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20 examples found

さてウッドさんいいました
Now, said Mr Wood.
ウッドさん
かれ
しごと
仕事
させてください
Please give him a job, Mr Wood.
ウッドさん
むすこ
息子
いませんでした
Mr Wood had no sons.
ウッドさん
はたけ
やって
ました

Mr Wood came into the field.
リンダウッド
いりぐち
入口
っていました

Linda Wood was standing at the door.
ウッドさんトニーにとってちょうど
ちちおや
父親
ようでした
Mr Wood was like a father to Tony.
うち
はたら
いてみたい
ウッドさん
たず
ねました

"Would you like to work for me, Tony?" asked Mr Wood.
しかしこの
しょうねんたち
少年達
ウッドさん
のうじょう
農場
やす
ちゅう
ごしました

But the boys spent all their holidays on Mr Wood's farm.
そのガラクタどうしたらいいですウッドさんピップ
たず
ねました

"What shall we do with the rubbish, Mr Wood?", asked Pip.
ウッド
ひしょ
秘書
かれ
てがみ
手紙
タイプさせます
Mr Wood has his secretary type his letters.
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