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とうきょう
東京
とても
おお
きな
とし
都市
です
Tokyo is a very big city.
そこ
とうきょう
東京
です
There is Tokyo.
とうきょう
東京
にほん
日本
どの
とし
都市
より
おお
きい

Tokyo is larger than any other city in Japan.
とうきょう
東京
すばらしかった
Tokyo was really wonderful.
とうきょう
東京
じんこう
人口
どのくらい
っています

Do you have any idea what the population of Tokyo is?
とうきょう
東京
から
ねん
なります
It's been five years since I came to Tokyo.
あなたあした
とうきょう
東京
つもりです
Are you going to go to Tokyo tomorrow?
かれ
あした
明日
とうきょう
東京
ちます

They are leaving for Tokyo tomorrow.
とうきょう
東京
いたら
てがみ
手紙

I'll drop you a line when I get to Tokyo.
しかし
いま
んでいる
とうきょう
東京
です
But now I live in Tokyo.
あなた
とうきょう
東京
いったことあります
Have you ever been to Tokyo?
わたし
あした
明日
とうきょう
東京
つもりです
I am going to go to Tokyo tomorrow.
とうきょう
東京
んだ
でんしゃ
電車
れなければなりません

You have to accustom yourself to the crowded trains in Tokyo.
バス
とうきょう
東京
つもりです
Will you go to Tokyo by bus?
わたし
とうきょう
東京
まれ
そだ
った

I was born and brought up in Tokyo.
とうきょう
東京
なに

What are you going to Tokyo for?
わたし
とうきょう
東京
とうちゃく
到着
して
から
かげつ
ヶ月
なる
It has been two months since my arrival in Tokyo.
とうきょう
東京
にほん
日本
しゅと
首都
です
Tokyo is the capital of Japan.
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