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うま
みな
はや
はし
れる
かぎ
らない

Not every horse can run fast.
いぬ
にんげん
人間
より
はや
はし
れる

A dog can run faster than a man can.
うま
にんげん
人間
より
はや
はし
れる

A horse can run faster than a man can.
わたし
かれ
いつける
くらい
はや
はし
れる

I can run fast enough to catch up with him.
かれ
クラス
いちばん
一番
はや
はし
れる

He can run the fastest in his class.
BostonDynamicsロボットRHexいろんな
ちけい
地形
はし
れる
すごいやつです
Boston Dynamic's robot, RHex, is an amazing piece of work that can run over various terrains.
じかん
時間
90マイル
はし
れる

She can do 90 miles an hour.
かれ
マイル
はし
れる

He is capable of running a mile in four minutes.
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