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751 examples found containing 'ひ'

てんき
天気
よい
です
It's a nice day.
ている

The sun is up.
どっち
でもいいです
Either day would be all right with me.
わり
いて
くだ
さい

Please list alternate dates.
あめ
そと
ない
かぎる
The best bet on a rainy day is to remain indoors.
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.
あした
明日
はは
です
Tomorrow is Mother's Day.
たとえ
なか
みず
なか

Go through fire and water.
なが
なってきました
The days are getting longer every day.
ある
わたし
あに
はし
っていた

One day I was running with my brother.
すばらしい
です
It's a nice day, isn't it?
してくれません

Give me a light, would you?
きょう
今日
すばらしい

It's a lovely day today.
はる
なが
なりだす
In spring the days get longer.
いい
です
It's a nice day, isn't it?
だいどころ
台所
から

The fire started in the kitchen.
うち
きんじょ
近所
ホテル

A fire broke out in a neighborhood hotel.
たばこ
煙草
してくれません

Will you give me a light?
きょう
今日
さむ
です
It's a cold day, isn't it?
けつだん
決断
ちか

The day of decision is at hand.
その
わたし
うま
50マイル
はし
った

I rode fifty miles that day.
この
へや
部屋
あたる
This room gets sunshine.
だんだん
なが
なってきています
The days are getting longer and longer.
かれら
彼等
その
らし
せいかつ
生活
している
They live from hand to mouth.
あなた
える
たの
しみ
しています
We are looking forward to seeing you.
ことし
今年
ぶんか
文化
げつよう
月曜
あたる
Culture Day falls on Monday this year.
きょう
今日
とても
きも
気持

It is a very pleasant day today.
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