English Sentence:

A study revealed that one in four Europeans have never used a PC.

Japanese Translation:

調査の結果、ヨーロッパ人の四人に一人が、一度もパソコンを使用したことがないという事実が明らかになった。

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ちょう|
チョウ|

chōsa

investigation, examination, survey (noun)

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no

(nominalization, possession, description, nominative case, sentence-final particle for interrogation, confirmation)

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けっ|
ケッ|

kekka

result, fruit, consequence

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よーろっぱ|じん
ヨーロっパ|ジン

yōroppa jin

a European (person)

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no

(nominalization, possession, description, nominative case, sentence-final particle for interrogation, confirmation)

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yo

four, 4 (this pronunciation is used when preceding nin, nen, etc)

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にん
ニン

nin

(numeral classifier for people)

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ni

(particle for dative, time, location, direction)

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|一人|
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|ひとり|
|ヒトリ|

hitori

alone, one person

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ga

(nominative case particle), but (conjunction)

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いち|
イチ|

ichido

once, one time, on one occasion

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mo

also, too, even, (parallel marker)

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ぱそこん
パソコン
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pasokon

personal computer

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o

(accusative-case particle)

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使||したことがない
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|よう|したことがない
|ヨウ|シタコトガナイ

shiyō shita koto ga nai

to have never used

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という
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トイウ

to yū

(used with a preceding sentence and a following noun; the sentence is the content of the following noun)

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|じつ
|ジツ

jijitsu

fact, the truth, reality

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ga

(nominative case particle), but (conjunction)

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|らか
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あき|らか
アキ|ラカ

akiraka

apparent, evident, obvious

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ni

(particle for dative, time, location, direction)

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なった
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ナッタ

natta

to have become

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