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English Translation of Sentence

Since you look tired, you had better go to bed early.
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Vocabulary list

tsukareru
ichidan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to get tired; to tire
  2. to be worn out (e.g. of well used objects)
  3. to starve
iru
godan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to get in; to go in; to come in; to flow into; to set; to set in
you
noun, used as a suffix, noun
  1. (usu. after the -masu stem of a verb) appearing ...; looking ...
  2. (usu. after the -masu stem of a verb) way to ...; method of ...ing
  3. (usu. after a noun) form; style; design
  4. (usu. after a noun) like; similar to
  5. thing (thought or spoken)
you
adverb
  1. well; properly; skillfully
  2. often
dakara
conjunction, noun
  1. so; therefore
hayai
i adjective
  1. fast; quick; hasty; brisk
  2. early (in the day, etc.); premature
  3. (too) soon; not yet; (too) early
  4. easy; simple; quick
hayaku
adverb
  1. early; soon
  2. quickly; swiftly; rapidly; fast
shou
counter
  1. counter for beds
toko
noun
  1. bed; bedding
  2. sickbed
  3. alcove
  4. riverbed
  5. seedbed
  6. straw "core" of a tatami mat
  7. floor
nitsuku
nitsuku
godan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to become; to suit; to be like; to match well
hougaii
expression
  1. (after past tense verb) had better (verb); (after negative verb) had better not (verb)
yo
particle
  1. (at sentence end) indicates indicates certainty, emphasis, contempt, request, etc.
  2. (after a noun) used when calling out to someone
  3. (in mid-sentence) used to catch one's breath or get someone's attention
  4. yo!

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