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たてもの
建物
とっても
ちい

The buildings look so tiny.
かのじょ
彼女
わか

She looks young.
かのじょ
彼女
しあわ
えます

She looks happy.
かのじょ
彼女
その
ふく
かわい

She looks pretty in that dress.
かのじょ
彼女
5フィート5インチもっと
たか

She is 5 feet 5, but appears taller.
かのじょ
彼女
あね
わか

Her sister looks young.
たなか
田中
とても
かねも
金持

Mr Tanaka appears very rich.
はる
すべてもの
あか

In spring everything looks bright.
はる
なるどこ
うつく

Everywhere looks beautiful in the spring.
きょう
今日
いつもちがっ

You look different today.
それここから
しろ

It shows white from here.
その
じょゆう
女優
じっさい
実際
より
わか

The actress looks younger than she really is.
すべてものすばらしく
えた

Everything looked nice.
そら
はいけい
背景
にして
くろ
えた

The trees looked black against the sky.
はは
ねんれい
年齢
より
わか

Mother looks young for her age.
かのじょ
彼女
わふく
和服
じつ
うつく

She certainly looks beautiful in a Japanese kimono.
かのじょ
彼女
とし
わり
わか

She looks young for her age.
かのじょ
彼女
あか
ふく
ほう
うつく

She looks prettier in her red dress.
かのじょ
彼女
いま
までない
ほど
うつく
しく
えた

She looked more beautiful than ever.
かのじょ
彼女
とてもわかく
えます

She looks very young.
かのじょ
彼女
しゅじん
主人
くら
べて
とても
わか
えます

She looks very young as against her husband.
かれ
とし
わり
わか

He looks young considering his age.
かれ
あいか
相変
わらず
わか

He looks as young as ever.
かれ
わか
じつ
30
さい
えている

He looks young, but in reality he is past thirty.
かれ
わか
えた

He appeared young.
かれ
とし
わり
わか

He looks young for his age.
かれ
60
さい
こえているけれども
わか
えます

Though he is more than sixty years old, he looks young.
かれ
あね
わか

His sister looks young.
とし
から
かんが
える
かれ
わか

He looks young considering his age.
あたら
しい
ドレス
かのじょ
彼女
とても
うつく
しく
えました

She looked very beautiful in her new dress.
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