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たてもの
建物
とっても
ちい
さく
える

The buildings look so tiny.
その
おお
きな
あたら
しい
たてもの
建物
なに
です
What is that big new building?
にほん
日本
いちばん
たか
たてもの
建物
なに
です
What is the tallest building in Japan?
あの
たてもの
建物
まえ
ろして
ください
Please let me off in front of that building.
その
たてもの
建物
かわ
そば
っていた

The building stood beside the river.
あの
たてもの
建物
なに
です
What's that building?
その
まち
たか
たてもの
建物
たくさんある
The town has many high buildings.
みぎ
がれば
おお
きな
たてもの
建物
えます

If you turn right, you will see a big building.
あの
しろ
たてもの
建物
びょういん
病院
です
That white building is a hospital.
その
たてもの
建物
1960
ねん
てられた

The building was built in 1960.
みぎがわ
右側
ある
たてもの
建物
がっこう
学校

The building on the right side is a school.
かのじょ
彼女
その
たてもの
建物
まえ
っていた

She was waiting in front of the building.
この
たてもの
建物
また
ぎんこう
銀行
です
This building also is a bank.
あの
たてもの
建物

Look at that building.
その
たてもの
建物
くち
っていて
ください
Please wait for me at the entrance of the building.
その
たてもの
建物
から
みなと
よく
える

We can see the whole harbor from the building.
あれ
たか
たてもの
建物
です
That is a high building, is it not?
あの
たてもの
建物
わたし
たち
がっこう
学校
です
That building is our school.
かれ
その
たてもの
建物
える
ところ
やってきた
They came in sight of the building.
その
あたら
しい
たてもの
建物
きょだい
巨大

The new building is enormous.
この
もっと
たか
たてもの
建物
です
It's the highest building in this city.
そのビル
にほんいち
日本一
たか
たてもの
建物
です
That building is the tallest in Japan.
おのおの
たてもの
建物
なまえ
名前
ある
Each building has a name.
びょういん
病院
うし
あるあの
たてもの
建物
なんです
What's that building at the back of the hospital?
あの
きょだい
巨大
たてもの
建物
なんです
What is that huge building?
たてもの
建物
こむぎ
小麦
ふくろ
いっぱい
一杯
です
The buildings are filled with bags of wheat.
その
たてもの
建物
なな
かいだ
階建

The building is seven stories high.
これ
げんそん
現存
する
さいだい
最大
たてもの
建物
です
This is the largest building in existence.
やね
屋根
りょくしょく
緑色
たてもの
建物
なに
です
What is that building with the green roof?
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