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329 examples found containing '山'
その
やま
のぼることたいへんおもしろい
It's a lot of fun to climb that mountain.
にちようび
日曜日
いっしょに
やま
きません

Would you like to go to the mountains with me on Sunday.
その
やま
たか
000メートル
This mountain has an altitude of 3,000 meters.
あの
たか
やま
なん
です
What is that high mountain over there?
その
やま
ない
The hill is bare of trees.
その
やま
かじ
火事
しぜん
自然
げんいん
原因
こった

That mountain fire resulted from natural causes.
その
やま
にんき
人気
ある
That's a famous mountain.
この
やま
たか
どのくらいです
What is the height of this mountain?
その
やま
どれくらい
たか
です
How high is the mountain?
あの
やま
なんて
たか

How high mountain that is!
わたし
この
やま
について
りたい

I want to know about this mountain.
やま
ゆき
すっかり
えた

All the snow on the mountain has disappeared.
その
やま
たくさんサルいる
There are many monkeys in the mountain.
あの
やま
のぼ
きけん
危険
です
It is dangerous to climb that mountain.
やま
ゆき
おおわれていた
The mountain was covered with snow.
わたし
やま
いく
I go to the mountain.
この
やま
のぼ
きけん
危険

It's dangerous to climb this mountain.
あの
やま
ゆき
おおわれています
That mountain is covered with snow.
やま
くうき
空気
すばらしい
The air in the mountain is fresh and clean.
その
やま
のぼ
やすい
The mountain is easy of access.
いっこう
一行
ある
いて
その
やま
りた

The party walked down the mountain.
わたし
やま
おも
っています

I am thinking of going to the mountains.
ごご
午後
やま
おりました
In the afternoon they walked back down the mountain.
わたし
やま
いました
I was in the mountains.
にほん
日本
いちばん
一番
たか
やま
どれです
Which is the highest mountain in Japan?
やま
こう
ちた

The sun descended behind the mountains.
その
ふた
やま
たか
おな

The two mountains are of equal height.
やま
くだ
った
ところに
がっこう
学校
ある
There is a school down the mountain.
いっこう
一行
その
やま
とざん
登山
しっぱい
失敗
した

The party did not succeed in climbing the mountain.
しゅふ
主婦
すること
やま
ほどある
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