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Source Totoeba Project
Then he kicked the ball strongly.
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Vocabulary list

sorekara
expression
  1. and then; after that
kare
pronoun
  1. he; him
noun
  1. boyfriend
ha
particle
  1. topic marker particle (pronounced わ in modern Japanese)
  2. indicates contrast with another option (stated or unstated)
  3. adds emphasis
sono
pre-noun adjectival
  1. that; the (something or someone distant from the speaker, close to the listener; actions of the listener, or ideas expressed or understood by the listener)
  2. part (as in "part two") (preceding a number)
interjection
  1. um ...; er ...; uh ...
booru
noun
  1. ball
  2. ball (pitch that falls outside of the strike zone)
  3. bowl
  4. board (cardboard, pasteboard, etc.)
wo
particle
  1. indicates direct object of action
  2. indicates subject of causative expression
  3. indicates an area traversed
  4. indicates time (period) over which action takes place
  5. indicates point of departure or separation of action
  6. indicates object of desire, like, hate, etc.
tsuyoi
i adjective
  1. strong; potent; competent; domineering; tough
  2. strong; brawny; powerful; healthy; rugged
  3. good (at); skilled; knowledgeable
  4. being able to handle; know how to deal (with); durable (against); resistant (to); resilient (as 〜に強い)
  5. firm; rigid; solid
  6. intense; strong; fierce; high
  7. dependable; trustworthy
keru
godan verb, transitive verb
  1. to kick (orig. ichidan verb)
  2. to refuse; to reject
  3. to stamp (on the ground); to firmly press one's feet (against something)

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