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This paper introduces a new tool for supporting multilingual communication between speakers of different languages. Conventional tools such as electronic dictionaries enable users to communicate basic intentions to others, but are often insufficient to help understand replies. The input of a Japanese sentence in the proposed tool not only produces a translation of the sentences but also displays a window featuring possible answers. The authors have evaluated the function of a prototype systemdoi:10.1145/1111449.1111527 dblp:conf/iui/ImotoSSYYM06 fatcat:lsxpvpkk3jbrlmnso3s3wtfiii