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Having failed my mock examinations any number of times, when I actually tried taking it the result was nothing I'd imagined.
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Vocabulary list

mogishiken
noun
  1. trial examination; mock examination
ni
particle
  1. indicates such things as location of person or thing, location of short-term action, etc.
nankaimo
noun
  1. time and time again
shippai
noun, no adjective, suru verb
  1. failure; mistake; blunder
shite
particle
  1. by (indicating means of action); as (a group, etc.)
  2. indicates patient of a causative expression
  3. (after the ren'youkei form of an adjective) acts as a connective
  4. (after an adverb or a particle) adds emphasis
  5. and then
jissaini
adverb
  1. virtually; practically; in practice; in practise
  2. currently; presently
ukeru
ichidan verb, transitive verb
  1. to receive; to accept; to get; to inherit
  2. to catch (e.g. a ball); to parry (e.g. a blow); to take (lesson, test, damage); to sustain (damage); to incur (loss)
  3. to become popular; to be well-received; to go down well
miru
ichidan verb, transitive verb
  1. to see; to look; to watch; to view; to observe
  2. to look over; to look on; to assess; to examine; to judge
  3. to look after; to keep an eye on; to take care of
  4. to view (e.g. flowers, movie)
  5. (usu. after the -te form of a verb) to try
omowanu
noun or verb acting prenominally
  1. unexpected; unforeseen
kekka
adverbial noun, noun (temporal)
  1. result; consequence; outcome; effect
  2. coming to fruition; bearing fruit
ga
particle
  1. indicates sentence subject (occasionally object)
  2. indicates possessive (esp. in literary expressions)
  3. but; however; still; and
deru
ichidan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to go out; to exit; to leave
  2. to appear; to come forth; to be published
  3. to answer (the phone or door)

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