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'Koko kara desasete kudasai' is your sentence in polite Japanese.

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"I gotta get out of here" translates into "koko kara denakya" (koh-koh kah-rah deh-nah-kya).

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You may say 'watashi wa hikkosu,' written: 私は引っ越す

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Google's translator states it as 'Watashi no hōhō kara nukedasu'

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Watashi o ika sete

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以上ここに来る

Ijō koko ni kuru

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