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He would have failed in his business but that you helped him.
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Vocabulary list

anata
pronoun, no adjective
  1. you (referring to someone of equal or lower status)
  2. dear (what a wife calls a husband)
ga
particle
  1. indicates sentence subject (occasionally object)
  2. indicates possessive (esp. in literary expressions)
  3. but; however; still; and
tasuku
godan verb, transitive verb
  1. to help; to save; to rescue
tasukeru
ichidan verb, transitive verb
  1. to help; to save; to rescue; to give relief to; to spare (life); to reinforce; to promote; to abet
nai
i adjective
  1. nonexistent; not being (there)
  2. unpossessed; unowned; not had
  3. unique
  4. indicates negation, inexperience, unnecessariness or impossibility
  5. (after the ren'youkei form of an adjective) not ...
  6. (after the -te form of a verb) to not be...; to have not ...
kare
pronoun
  1. he; him
  2. his
  3. boyfriend
ha
particle
  1. topic marker particle
  2. indicates contrast with another option (stated or unstated)
  3. adds emphasis
shoubai
noun, suru verb
  1. trade; business; commerce; transaction; occupation
ni
particle
  1. indicates such things as location of person or thing, location of short-term action, etc.
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
iru
ichidan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to be (of animate objects); to exist
  2. to stay
  3. (after the -te form of a verb) verb indicating continuing action or state (i.e. to be ..ing, to have been ..ing)
deshou
expression
  1. seems; I think; I guess; I wonder; I hope
  2. don't you agree?; I thought you'd say that!

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