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English Translation of Sentence

You don’t have to come all the way to school to pick me up.
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Vocabulary list

wazawaza
adverb
  1. expressly; specially; doing something especially rather than incidentally
gakkou
noun
  1. school
ni
particle
  1. indicates such things as location of person or thing, location of short-term action, etc.
mukae
noun
  1. meeting; greeting; welcome
mukaeru
ichidan verb, transitive verb
  1. to go out to meet
  2. to receive; to welcome
  3. to accept (e.g. as a member of a group or family)
  4. to call for; to summon; to invite
  5. to approach (a certain time, a point in one's life, etc.)
ni
particle
  1. indicates such things as location of person or thing, location of short-term action, etc.
kuru
kuru verb, intransitive verb, auxiliary verb
  1. to come (spatially or temporally); to approach; to arrive
  2. to come back; to do ... and come back
  3. to come to be; to become; to get; to grow; to continue
  4. to come from; to be caused by; to derive from
  5. to come to (i.e. "when it comes to spinach ...")
nakutemoii
nakutemoii
expression
  1. (after neg. stem of verb) need not (verb); (not) have to; expressing absence of obligation or necessity
  2. need not have; need not exist
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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