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"Ah, but I want to have a bit more of a look around."
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What About the Gifts? by Natalie Rees
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Conjugations and inflections
interjection (kandoushi)
1. eh?; what?; oh?
2. yes; that's correct  (see also: はい)
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1. but; however; though; nevertheless; still; yet; even so
2. even
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1. now; soon; shortly; before long; presently
2. already; yet; by now; (not) anymore  (see also: すでに)
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adverb, noun
1. small quantity; little; few; something
2. little while
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ichidan verb, transitive verb
1. to see; to look; to watch; to view; to observe
2. to look over; to look on; to assess; to examine; to judge  (see also: 診る)
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ショウ   すこ a little   すくない few   
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katakana 'no'; whereupon; splitting away from
ショウ   こ-    お-    ちいさい small   
ケン   み to see   みえる to be seen; to appear   みせる to show   
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ボク   モク   eye   ま-    め    
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