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1637 examples found containing 'ニ'

ゆみ
由美
にちようび
日曜日
テニスする
Yumi plays tennis on Sunday.
わたし
かれ
おど
して
カンニングするやめさせた
I scared him out of cheating on the exam.
ぼく
いっしょピクニック
かない

Will you go on a picnic with me?
ぼく
テニス
だいす
大好
きな

I am keen on tennis.
ほうかご
放課後
テニスしましょ
Let's play tennis after school.
ほうかご
放課後
テニスしません
Will you play tennis after school?
はは
わたし
ミニスカートはく
ゆる
さなかった

My mother didn't let me wear a miniskirt.
はは
かつてテニス
むちゅう
夢中
だった
My mother used to be into tennis.
ちち
ようじ
用事
とし
かい
シドニー

My father goes to Sydney twice a year on business.
ちち
まいしゅう
毎週
にちようび
日曜日
テニスする
My father plays tennis every Sunday.
かのじょ
彼女
あさ
テニスする
She plays tennis in the morning.
かのじょ
彼女
いちにちちゅう
一日中
テニス
むちゅう
夢中
ある
She indulges in tennis all the day.
わたし
かれ
よくテニスしたものです
I would often play tennis with him.
わたし
はくらんかい
博覧会
コンパニオン
おうぼ
応募
した

I applied to be an attendant at the exposition.
かのじょ
彼女
そのニュース
いて
おどろ
いた

She was surprised at the news.
かのじょ
彼女
ほうかご
放課後
テニスします
She plays tennis after school.
かのじょ
彼女
そのニュース
ほう
じた

She reported the news.
かれ
もり
ピクニック
かけた

They went into the woods for a picnic.
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