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31 examples found containing '回も'
もぎ
模擬
しけん
試験
なんかい
何回
しっぱい
失敗
して
じっさい
実際
けてみたら
おも
わぬ
けっか
結果

Having failed my mock examinations any number of times, when I actually tried taking it the result was nothing I'd imagined.
しかもこの
おんな
かい
かえだま
替玉
やがった
What's more she went and ordered a top up of noodles twice.
かれ
なんかい
何回
その
ほん
まなければならなかった

They had to read the book many times.
かれ
10
さい
なるまで
かい
いえで
家出
した
He ran away from home three times before he was ten.
その
ばしょ
場所
わたし
なんかい
何回
おとず
れた

I have visited the place time after time.
この
ほん
なんかい
何回
かえ
して
かち
価値
ある
This book is worth reading over and over again.
そのためいつも
せいしん
清新
ふんいき
雰囲気
つつ
まれます
こんかい
今回
その
とお
じゅうじつ
充実
した
いちにち
一日
なりました
For that reason it's always held in a fresh atmosphere, and this time too it was a fulfilling day.
いつもことです
こんかい
今回
どろなわしき
泥縄式
べんきょう
勉強
でした
This time, the same as always, I crammed at the last minute.
かれ
ぎょう
かい
その
たんご
単語
つか
使
った

He used the word half-a-dozen times in as many lines.
かれ
しゅうかん
週間
かい
えいが
映画

He goes to the movies as often as three times a week.
わたし
できるだけ
なんかい
何回
あなた
たよ
便
りします

I will write letters to you as often as I can.
なぜなら
ことし
今年
かい
こうつう
交通
じこ
事故
こしています

If you want to know why, it's because I caused five car accidents this year.
あの
せんしゅ
選手
かい
フライングした
The contestant made two false starts.
かれ
かい
その
やま
とうちょう
登頂
していた
ので
わたし
かれ
せいこう
成功
かくしん
確信
していた

I was sure of his success, since he had already climbed the mountain three times.
ども
いちにち
一日
せんかい
千回
ちが
きづ
気付

He notices a thousand times a day the difference.
くどくど
おな
こと
なんかい
何回
われる
はら

It upsets me to have to listen to the same thing over and over (and over) again.
なんかい
何回
しっぱい
失敗
した
かれ
さいど
再度
やってみよした
Having failed several times, he tried to do it again.
なんかい
何回
いかさまだまされました
I got sucked in on a lot of phony deals.
その
なんかい
何回
んで
よく
あじ
わいなさい

Read the poem several times and digest it.
そんなに
せいかく
性格
いいかな~?」「ありえない
こんかい
今回
けど
ちゅうがく
中学
とき
じょし
女子
パンツ
りさばいて
もう
けてた

"Do I really have that good a personality?" "Impossible. After all, there's this time as well, but in middle school you sold off girl's pants all over to bring in the money."
Search results include information from a variety of sources, including Kanshudo (kanji mnemonics, kanji readings, kanji components, vocab and name frequency data, grammar points), JMdict (vocabulary), Tatoeba (examples), Enamdict (names), KanjiVG (kanji animations and stroke order), and Joy o' Kanji (kanji and radical synopses). Translations provided by Google's Neural Machine Translation engine. For more information see credits.
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