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1591 examples found containing '時'

いま
です
It is seven now.

See you at 7.
でんわ
電話
します

I'll call you at seven.
がくせい
学生
とき
たいきん
大金
かりました
I borrowed a large sum of money, when I was a student.
いま
こうどう
行動
する
とき

Now is the time for action.
きました

I got up at seven.
あした
明日
こしてくれません

Can you wake me up at 7:00 tomorrow?
こんや
今夜
でんわ
電話
する

I'll ring you up at seven this evening.
わたし
しごと
仕事
わる

My day ends at 5 o'clock.
でも
きたい
とき
ある
You know, sometimes you need to hear it.
じゅういち
11
じっぷん
10分
まえ
です
It is ten minutes before eleven.
えき
ことなっている
I am to meet him at five at the station.
まだその
とき
きていない
The time is yet to come.
もう
です
It's already nine o'clock.
11
なっている
It is already eleven.
その
とき
その
とき

I'll just cross that bridge when I come to it.
バス
こと
なっています
I will be waiting for the bus at seven.
わたし
その
あさ
きた

I got up at five that morning.
わたし
その
とき
ほん
んでいました

I was reading a book then.
まえ

See you a little before 7.
わたし
その
とき
べんきょう
勉強
していません
でした
I was not studying then.
わたし
とけい
時計
です
It's four o'clock by my watch.
あした
明日
あさ
6
こしてください

Please wake me up at six tomorrow morning.
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