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Hello everyone,

I have a sentence, but I don't understand it completely. I shall give the sentence with some context:

1) watashiha niyuuyooku kara kimashita
2) watashi mo mae niyuuyooku ni imashita
3) niyuuyooku ha dou desu ka, suki desu ka?

Can someone help me with translating the second sentence?

For learning: Japanese
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    1. I'm from NY.
    2. I have stayed in NY as well.
    3. How was it? Do you like it?

    Person A come from NY and person B were there before.
    Watashi mo=me too. So am(do) I.
    Mae=before. You don't know when.
    Imashita=have an experience of staying or living. You don't know how long. You can ask him "how long", then if he answered about 6 months, maybe "stay" should be fit the sentence. But if his answer was for some years, "live" should be fit it.

    2) I lived in NY before, too.

    Keep practicing!

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