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41 examples found containing '二'

さん
がって
くだ
さい

Please walk back a few steps.
がっき
学期
わった

The second term came to an end.
さん
なる
Add two to three, and you get five.
わたし
ちゅう
がっこう
学校
たいがく
退学
した

I dropped out of school when I was in the 7th grade.
さん
デメリットあります
There are a few disadvantages to it.
てない
たまごせい
卵性
から
"Don't look alike do you?" "That's because we're fraternal twins."
かれ
わけ
として
さん
べた

He said a few words by way of apology.
だい
ぶんめい
文明
ゆっくり
すいたい
衰退
した

Two great civilizations slowly fell into decay.
その
えいが
映画
だい
じょゆう
女優
かおあ
顔合
わせ
した
The movie costarred two great actresses.
しろ
ウサギ
くろ
ウサギ
ひき
ウサギおおきな
もり
なか
んでいました

Two rabbits, a white rabbit and a black rabbit, lived in a large forest.
これら
ほん
けん
ものです
Are these books Kenji's?
かれ
なまえ
名前
けん
ですみんな
かれ
けん
びます

His name is Kenji, but everyone calls him Ken.
しゅうかん
週間
まえ
かれしけいすけくんわかれてさびしかったです
Two weeks ago Hana and her boyfriend Keisuke broke up, and she was feeling lonely.
しゅうかん
習慣
だい
てんせい
天性
ある
Habit is second nature.
かれ
なまえ
名前
けん
です
わたし
たち
かれ
ケン
んでいます

His name is Kenji, but we call him Ken.
その
いえ
せたい
世帯
かぞく
家族
しゅうよう
収容
できる
The house could accommodate two families.
だい
もんだい
問題
げましょ

Let's take up the second problem, shall we?
のこ
おくにん
億人
にとって
えいご
英語
だい
げんご
言語
あるいは
がいこくご
外国語
なっています
For the other 600 million people, English is either a second language or a foreign language.
これ
さんにち
三日
して
いただけます
May I have this for two or three days?
うまでもない
ノルウェー
せかい
世界
だい
げんゆ
原油
きょうきゅうこく
供給国
なっている
Needless to say, Norway has become the world's second largest oil supplier.
だい
とうじ
当時
ヨーロッパ
しきじりつ
識字率
ひく
かった
こと
Secondly, the literacy rate in Europe of that time was low.
その
かたり
アクセント
だい
おんせつ
音節
ある
The accent of the word is on the second syllable.
だい
いくつクリオールそれ
じたい
自体
どくりつ
独立
した
こくご
国語
なるかもしれない
Secondly, some of the Creoles may become independent "national languages" in their own right.
わか
おとこ
いそ
いで
がり
さん
ことば
言葉
どもってたちまち
ってしまった

The young man got up hurriedly, stammered a few words and in a moment was gone.
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