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English Translation of Sentence

You're a good actor, pretending you were late because you don't feel well.
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Vocabulary list

chikoku
noun, suru verb, no adjective
  1. lateness; late coming
shi
particle, conjunction
  1. (at the end of a phrase) notes one (of several) reasons
tano
expression
  1. (usu. sentence end) indicates emotion, admiration, emphasis, etc.
wo
particle
  1. indicates direct object of action
  2. indicates subject of causative expression
  3. indicates an area traversed
  4. indicates time (period) over which action takes place
  5. indicates point of departure or separation of action
  6. indicates object of desire, like, hate, etc.
itazuki
itatsuki
itaduki
noun
  1. pain; trouble
  2. illness
yamai
noun
  1. illness; disease
kinosei
noun
  1. in (my, your) imagination
nisuru
expression, suru verb (irregular), transitive verb
  1. to place, or raise, person A to a post or status B; to make use of A for B; to transform A to B; to exchange A for B; to view A as B; to handle A as if it were B; to feel A about B
nante
suffix
  1. such as; (things) like
  2. exclamation
omae
omai
omee
pronoun, no adjective
  1. you (formerly honorific, now sometimes derog. term referring to an equal or inferior)
  2. presence (of a god, nobleman, etc.)
mo
particle
  1. also; too; words of similar weight
  2. about (emphasizing an upper limit); as much as; even
  3. more; further; other; again
o
interjection
  1. oh! (expression of slight surprise)
shibai
noun
  1. play; drama
ga
particle
  1. indicates sentence subject (occasionally object)
  2. indicates possessive (esp. in literary expressions)
  3. but; however; still; and
uma
noun
  1. horse
  2. promoted bishop (shogi)
uma
noun
  1. seventh sign of Chinese zodiac (The Horse, 11am-1pm, south, May)
inu
inu
godan verb
  1. to go
  2. to pass (of time)
  3. to die
  4. to go bad; to rot
  5. to go home

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