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Japanese Sentences with English Translations - "取り"

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When rain's fallen and the soil is moist, it becomes easier to pull out weeds.
After it rains and the ground is damp, it's easier to pull weeds.
Er, well, I'd like to take a vote. Would people in favour of Mr Ogawa's proposition please raise their hands.
Eh? Have we run out of toner? Oh well, sorry, but can you go the staff-room and get some, Katou?
Look, today was 'sea harvest' so let's go forage for edible plants tomorrow!
The old woman sent a servant for the trunk.
The loss must be made up for next month.
The fielder failed to catch the ball.
Father reads the newspaper, eating his breakfast.
She wants to get a driver's license.
She went in to get it.
She is apt to win the prize.
It seems like she will win a prize.
They usually have breakfast at half past seven o'clock and eat their lunch at twelve.
He went back to get his hat.
He seized her hand and dragged her away.
He sent his son out to get the newspaper.
He can't run his own family, let alone a nation!
He took up his pen and began to write.
He had enough to do to catch up on his work.

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