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The girl burst into tears.
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Vocabulary list

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 ...
musume
noun
  1. daughter
  2. girl (i.e. a young, unmarried woman)
ha
particle
  1. topic marker particle (pronounced わ in modern Japanese)
  2. indicates contrast with another option (stated or unstated)
  3. adds emphasis
watto
adverb
  1. suddenly and in a loud voice (e.g. sobbing)
wa
interjection
  1. boo! (sound used to scare someone)
  2. ugh (dissatisfaction, aggravation)
  3. ulp (consternation)
to
particle, conjunction
  1. if; when
  2. and
particle
  1. with
  2. used for quoting (thoughts, speech, etc.)
noun
  1. promoted pawn
particle
  1. indicates a question (at sentence end)
nakidasu

Plain Past Indicative Form

nakidashita
godan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to burst into tears; to burst out crying; to begin to cry; to be moved to tears
naku

masu stem

naki
godan verb
  1. to cry; to weep; to sob; to howl
dasu

Plain Past Indicative Form

dashita
godan verb, transitive verb
  1. to take out; to get out
  2. to put out; to reveal; to show
  3. to submit (e.g. thesis); to turn in
  4. to publish; to make public
  5. to send (e.g. letter)
  6. to produce (a sound); to start (fire)
  7. to serve (food)
suffix, godan verb
  1. ... out (e.g. to jump out, to carry out) (after the -masu stem of a verb)
  2. to begin ...; to start to ...; to burst into ... (after the -masu stem of a verb)

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