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202 examples found containing 'test'
そのテストむずかしかった
I found the test difficult.
きのう
せんせい
先生
きょう
今日
テストする
った

Yesterday the teacher told us that he would give us a test today.
しけん
試験
べんきょう
勉強
しなくちゃ
I have to prepare for the test.
きょう
今日
ごご
午後
えいご
英語
しけん
試験
あります
We will have an English test this afternoon.
テストなんとかなった
I just got by on the test.
しけん
試験
こた
とき
ちゅうい
注意
しなければならない

You must be careful when you write answers in a test.
あした
明日
テストあります
We have a test tomorrow.
どの
がくせい
学生
じどうしゃ
自動車
うんてん
運転
しけん
試験
ごうかく
合格
した

Every student passed the driving test.
わたし
そのテスト
ごうかく
合格
できた
I was able to pass the test.
クラス
ぜんいん
全員
その
しけん
試験
ごうかく
合格
した

The whole class passed the test.
さいしょ
最初
わたし
そのテスト
しっぱい
失敗
した

At first, I failed the test.
わたし
テストいくつ
まちが
間違
えてしまった

I made some mistakes in the test.
あした
明日
エンジンテストする
よてい
予定

We are going to make a test of the engine tomorrow.
わたし
やっとテスト
ごうかく
合格
した

I finally got through the test.
このテスト
じかん
時間
せいげん
制限
ありません
This test doesn't have a time limit.
テスト
べんきょう
勉強
あんまりしなかったよう
Looks like you didn't study much for the test.
みごと
見事
テスト
ごうかく
合格
しました

I passed the test with flying colors.
クラスみんな
しけん
試験
ごうかく
合格
した

Everyone in our class passed the test.
テスト33
てん
しかとれませんでした
I scored only 33 points on the test.
ぜんいん
全員
れいがい
例外
なくその
しけん
試験
けなくて
はならない
Everybody without exception must take the test.
かのじょ
彼女
ちか
がくせい
学生
たち
テストについて
はな
していた

The students around her were talking about the test.
わたしたち
私達
しけん
試験
べんきょう
勉強
はじ
めた
ほう
よい
We had better begin to prepare for the test.
かれ
きっと
しけん
試験
ごうかく
合格
する

He is bound to pass the test.
かれ
まいにち
毎日
エンジンテストする
He does an engine test every day.
わたしたち
私達
きょう
今日
テストあります
We're going to have a test today.
わたし
たち
きのうテストについて
はな
した

We talked about yesterday's test.
あなたそのテスト
ごうかく
合格
できました
Were you able to pass the test?
りこう
利口
がくせい
学生
たち
はや
テスト
えた

The clever student finished the test quickly.
かのじょ
彼女
しけん
試験
ごうかく
合格
する
かくしん
確信
している

She is positive of passing the test.
えいご
英語
しけん
試験
さえなければいいのに
If only we didn't have to take a test in English.
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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