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164 results found using grammar に_frequency
GRAMMAR MATCH
かのじょ
彼女
しゅう
その
しょてん
書店

She goes to the bookstore once a week.
じつ
これ
よん
しつもん
質問
なります
Actually this will be my fourth question.
ちち
にゅうし
入試
しっぱい
失敗
した
っている

My father says he failed in the entrance examination twice.
かのじょ
彼女
にん
かわいい
おんな
んだ

She had two beautiful girls at one birth.
かれ
そこ
った
きり
かえ
ってこなかった

He went there, never to return.
かれ
しゅうかん
週間
やって

He comes round once a week.
わたしたち
私達
しょくじ
食事
します
We have three meals a day.
わたしたち
私達
いちにち
1日
かい
しょくじ
食事
とります
We have three meals a day.
わたし
とうきょう
東京
だけ
った
ことあります
I have been to Tokyo only once.
わたし
きょう
今日
かれ
あった
I saw him twice today.
わたし
その
おとこ
いたくない

I have no wish to see the man again.
わたし
そのかい
しゅっせき
出席
しなければならない

I am bound to attend the meeting.
わたし
アメリカ
おこな
った
ことある
I have been to America twice.
もっと
ほうほう
方法
こと
すること
The best way is to do one thing at a time.
そんなこと
ないよう
Don't let that happen again!
その
じょゆう
女優
ぶたい
舞台
とうじょう
登場
した

That actress made three entrances onto the stage.
がっこう
学校
おく
れて
はいけません
Don't be late for school again.
こと
しよ
おも

Don't try to do two things at a time.
かのじょ
彼女
りょうしん
両親
すく
なくとも
いっ
しゅうかん
週間
いち
てがみ
手紙
かきました
She wrote to her parents at least once a week.
かのじょ
彼女
とうち
当地
いらい
以来
かい
した
She has moved house six times since she came here.
かのじょ
彼女
この
かいしゃ
会社
はい
って
から
しょうしん
昇進
した

She has been promoted twice since she joined this company.
かのじょ
彼女
しゅうかん
週間
ピアノレッスン
ける

She takes piano lessons once a week.
かれ
りょうしん
両親
つき
てがみ
手紙

He writes to his parents once a month.
かれ
かのじょ
彼女
はな
しかけよ
しなかった
He would not speak to her again.
かれ
かのじょ
彼女
わない
けつい
決意
であった
He was determined never to meet her again.
かれ
いま
まで
がっこう
学校
ちこく
遅刻
した
こと
ありません
He has never been late for school.
かれ
ぎょう
かい
その
たんご
単語
つか
使
った

He used the word half-a-dozen times in as many lines.
かれ
ねん
じょうきょう
上京
する

He comes to Tokyo once a year.
かれ
にん
はなし
こと
でき
出来
ました

He could listen to seven people at once.
わたしたち
私達
そのホテル
まりません

We are not going to stay at the hotel again.
Search results include information from a variety of sources, including Kanshudo (kanji mnemonics, kanji readings, kanji components, vocab and name frequency data, grammar points), JMdict (vocabulary), Tatoeba (examples), Enamdict (names), KanjiVG (kanji animations and stroke order), and Joy o' Kanji (kanji and radical synopses). Translations provided by Google's Neural Machine Translation engine. For more information see credits.
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