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English Translation of Sentence

"Are you happy to be alive?" "Yes, I'm happy."
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Vocabulary list

to
noun
  1. 7th in a sequence denoted by the iroha system; 7th note in the diatonic scale (used in key names, etc.)
ha
particle
  1. topic marker particle
  2. indicates contrast with another option (stated or unstated)
  3. adds emphasis
ikiru
ichidan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to live; to exist
te
particle
  1. casual quoting particle
sachi
kou
saki
noun
  1. good luck; fortune; happiness
  2. harvest; yield
se
se
noun
  1. shallows; shoal
  2. rapids; current; torrent
  3. position; place
  4. chance; opportunity
se
noun
  1. se (Japanese unit of area equal to 30 tsubo, ~99.174 m.sq.)
se
se
noun
  1. back; spine
  2. reverse; rear side
  3. height
  4. ridge (of a mountain)
seru
auxiliary verb, ichidan verb
  1. auxiliary verb indicating the causative
  2. auxiliary verb indicating that one has been granted the permission to do something
  3. auxiliary verb used to make verbs more "active"
  4. auxiliary verb used as an extreme honorific for others' actions
un
interjection
  1. yeah; uh huh
  2. some (at the start of a number in place of a digit)
sachi
kou
saki
noun
  1. good luck; fortune; happiness
  2. harvest; yield
se
se
noun
  1. shallows; shoal
  2. rapids; current; torrent
  3. position; place
  4. chance; opportunity
se
noun
  1. se (Japanese unit of area equal to 30 tsubo, ~99.174 m.sq.)
se
se
noun
  1. back; spine
  2. reverse; rear side
  3. height
  4. ridge (of a mountain)
seru
auxiliary verb, ichidan verb
  1. auxiliary verb indicating the causative
  2. auxiliary verb indicating that one has been granted the permission to do something
  3. auxiliary verb used to make verbs more "active"
  4. auxiliary verb used as an extreme honorific for others' actions

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