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English Translation of Sentence

He looked confident but his inner feelings were quite different.
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Vocabulary list

kare
pronoun
  1. he; him
no adjective
  1. his
  2. boyfriend
ha
particle
  1. topic marker particle
  2. indicates contrast with another option (stated or unstated)
  3. adds emphasis
jishin
noun, suru verb
  1. self-confidence
arige
noun, na adjective
  1. appearing like; seeming to be; being pregnant with
aru
godan verb (irregular), intransitive verb
  1. to be (usu. of inanimate objects); to exist; to live
  2. to have
  3. to be located
  4. to be equipped with
  5. to happen; to come about
ge
suffix
  1. seeming; giving the appearance of; giving one the feeling of
ni
particle
  1. indicates such things as location of person or thing, location of short-term action, etc.
mieru
ichidan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to be seen; to be in sight
  2. to look; to seem; to appear
  3. to come
ga
particle
  1. indicates sentence subject (occasionally object)
  2. indicates possessive (esp. in literary expressions)
particle, conjunction
  1. but; however; still; and
naishin
adverbial noun, noun (temporal)
  1. innermost thoughts; real intention; inmost heart; one's mind; in the heart
ha
particle
  1. topic marker particle
  2. indicates contrast with another option (stated or unstated)
  3. adds emphasis
zenzen
adverb
  1. not at all (with neg. verb)
  2. wholly; entirely; completely
chigau
godan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to differ (from); to vary
  2. to not be in the usual condition
  3. to not match the correct (answer, etc.)
  4. to be different from promised
iru
ichidan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to be (of animate objects); to exist
  2. to stay
ichidan verb, auxiliary verb
  1. (after the -te form of a verb) verb indicating continuing action or state (i.e. to be ..ing, to have been ..ing)

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