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239 results found using grammar すき
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ちい
さな
こども
子供
なに
でも
さわ
ってみる
です
Little children like to touch everything.
りる
ひと
かえ
きら

Those who like borrowing dislike paying.
わたし
まいばん
毎晩
あつ
ふろ
風呂
はい
です
I like to take a hot bath every night before bed.
わたし
へや
部屋
はな
かざ

I like to adorn my room with flowers.
わたし
ちち
つり
です
I like to go fishing with my father.
わたし
にほん
日本
しょくもつ
食物
かんしゅう
慣習
だから
わたし
にほん
日本
ということなる
I like Japanese food and customs, so it follows that I like living in Japan.
わたし
ホットコーヒー
こおり
れる
です
たいてい
大抵
あつ
すぎる
ので
I like to put an ice cube into my coffee, because it's usually too hot.
わたし
かわ
する

I like to fish in the river.
わたし
こども
子供
あつか
いされる
ない
I don't like being treated like a child.
わたし
おんがく
音楽
こととりわけジャズ
です
I like listening to music, especially jazz.
わたし
パズルして
じかん
時間
ごす
です
I love to spend time trying to put together a puzzle.
わたし
スポーツ
きょうそう
競争
なく
しゅみ
趣味
する
です
I like to play sport for fun not for competition.
わたし
クラシック
おんがく
音楽

I'm fond of listening to classical music.
わたし
そぼ
祖母
はた

My grandmother likes to weave things.
わたし
つま
そと
しょくじ
食事
する
ので
りょうり
料理
する
ひつよう
必要
ない
My wife likes to eat out, so she doesn't have to cook.
こどもたち
子供達
はまべ
浜辺
あそ

Children like playing on the beach.
きみ
たされる
です
Do you like to be kept waiting?
がくせい
学生
なか
ギター
ものいる
Some of the students like to play the guitar.
なつ
かしい
むかし
こと
はな

I like to talk about the good old days.
おんがく
音楽
ですそれとも
うた
です
Do you like listening to music or singing songs?
えいが
映画
です
I like going to the movies.
かげぐち
陰口
われる
ひと
いない
Nobody likes being spoken ill of behind his back.
わたし
こども
子供
たち
てじな
手品
して
せてやる
ですときどき
しっぱい
失敗
してしまう
です
I like to perform magic tricks for kids, but they sometimes fall flat.
その
せいと
生徒
たち
なか
えが
ものいる
Some of the students like to draw pictures.
ジョンソファー
うえ
くつろいで
よこ
なる

John likes lying at ease on the sofa.
かのじょ
彼女
じぶん
自分
はなし
する
だった
She was fond of talking about herself.
かのじょ
彼女
とりわけ
ほうせき
宝石
みが
だった
She especially liked to polish her jewels.
かれ
りゅうこうか
流行歌
うた
です
He likes to sing popular songs.
Search results include information from a variety of sources, including Kanshudo (kanji mnemonics, kanji readings, kanji components, vocab and name frequency data, grammar points), JMdict (vocabulary), Tatoeba (examples), Enamdict (names), KanjiVG (kanji animations and stroke order), and Joy o' Kanji (kanji and radical synopses). Translations provided by Google's Neural Machine Translation engine. For more information see credits.
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