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752 examples found containing 'ひ'

ている

The sun is up.
てんき
天気
よい
です。
It's a nice day.
あめ
そと
ない
かぎる
The best bet on a rainy day is to remain indoors.
どっち
でもいいですよ。
Either day would be all right with me.
ある
ある
しょうじょ
少女
わたし
たずねてきました
One day a girl came to visit me.
なが
なってきました
The days are getting longer every day.
あした
明日
はは
です。
Tomorrow is Mother's Day.
すばらしい
ですね。
It's a nice day, isn't it?
たとえ
なか
みず
なか

Go through fire and water.
わり
いて
くだ
さい

Please list alternate dates.
はる
には
なが
なりだす
In spring the days get longer.
してくれません
か。
Give me a light, would you?
ある
わたし
あに
はし
っていた

One day I was running with my brother.
いい
ですね。
It's a nice day, isn't it?
きょう
今日
すばらしい
だ。
It's a lovely day today.
きのう
昨日
でかけないで
どくしょ
読書
ごした

I spent yesterday reading instead of going out.
だんだん
なが
なってきています
The days are getting longer and longer.

Put out the fire.
だんだん
なが
なる
The day is getting longer and longer.
よく
おぼ
えている
ともその
ことは。
Well do I remember the day.
わたし
おとうと
まれた
おぼ
えている

I recall the day when the younger brother was born.
たばこ
煙草
のを
わす
れないで
ください
Don't forget to extinguish your cigarette.
かれ
はその
らし
せいかつ
生活
している
They live from hand to mouth.
えてしまって
、この
へや
部屋
さむ

The fire has gone out and this room is cold.
さいきん
最近
さむ
つづ

Now we are having one cold day after another.
その
うえ
てんき
天気
なった
The day turned out to be fine.
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