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あした
明日
あさ
かいしゃ
会社
でんわ
電話
して
ください
Call me at the office tomorrow morning.
わたし
ちち
きのう
かいしゃ
会社
やす
んだ

My father was absent from his office yesterday.
その
かいしゃ
会社
なに
つく
っている
です
What does the company produce?
ちち
かいしゃ
会社
でんしゃ
電車
かよ
っている

My father goes to his office by train.
わたし
いけん
意見
かいしゃ
会社
ってくれない

My opinion doesn't count for much at the office.
かいしゃ
会社
あかじ
赤字
なる
The company is in deficit.
あした
明日
かいしゃ
会社

See you tomorrow in the office.
その
かいしゃ
会社
くるま
なんだい
何台
った

How many cars has that company bought?
この
かいしゃ
会社
にくたい
肉体
ろうどう
労働
ひつよう
必要
です
Manual labor is necessary in this company.
その
かいしゃ
会社
ちゅうごく
中国
しんしゅつ
進出
めざ
目指
している

The company aims to branch out into China.
かいしゃ
会社
かね
ひつよう
必要
していた
The company was in want of money.
かいしゃ
会社
その
じぎょう
事業
しほん
資本
さんか
参加
した

The company made an equity participation in the venture.
あたら
しい
かいしゃ
会社
つく
そうです
I hear you'll set up a new company.
うち
かいしゃ
会社
ない
There is no opening in our firm.
かのじょ
彼女
もう
かいしゃ
会社

She has already left the office.
その
かいしゃ
会社
だれ
でも
しほん
資本
さんか
参加
できる
The company is open for equity participation by anybody.
その
かいしゃ
会社
とうさん
倒産
した

The company went bankrupt.
あの
かいしゃ
会社
あかじ
赤字

The company is losing money.
その
かいしゃ
会社
かれ
せいふく
制服
しきゅう
支給
する

The company provides them with uniforms.
その
かいしゃ
会社
はさん
破産
した

The company went bankrupt.
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