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3211 examples found

きょう
今日
たいへんよい
てんき
天気
です
It is very fine today.
きょう
今日
ひとり
一人

You came alone today?
きょう
今日
なに
するつもりです
What are you going to do today?
きょう
今日
にち
ようび
です
Today is Sunday.
きょう
今日
きぶん
気分

How do you feel today?
きょう
今日
やす
です
I am off today.
きょう
今日
しんぶん
新聞
まだ
んでいない

I've not read today's paper yet.
きょう
今日
わり
です
That's enough for today.
きょう
今日
かね
ない
I have no money today.
きょう
今日
なに
しないでください
You had better not do anything today.
きょう
今日
とても
たの
しかった

I had a very good time today.
きょう
今日
しごと
仕事
わって
からいっぱいやりません
How about having a drink after we finish our work today?
きょう
今日
しんぶん
新聞
もう
わりました

Have you finished reading today's paper yet?
きょう
今日
なに
することない
There is nothing to do today.
きょう
今日
さかな
やす

Fish is cheap today.
きょう
今日
すこ
きぶん
気分
いいです
Do you feel any better today?
きょう
今日
すばらしい

It's a lovely day today.
らいしゅう
来週
きょう
今日
がっこう
学校
やす

There will be no school a week from today.
きょう
今日
きぶん
気分
よくなりました
Do you feel any better today?
きょう
今日
ごご
午後
えいご
英語
しけん
試験
あります
We will have an English test this afternoon.
きょう
今日
がっこう
学校
はずない
Aren't you supposed to be at school today?
きょう
今日
たの
しかった

I really enjoyed myself tonight.
きょう
今日
ごご
午後
この
まち
けんがく
見学
した

We saw the sights of the city this afternoon.
きょう
今日
ごご
午後
テニスしません
What do you say to playing tennis this afternoon?
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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