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Japanese Sentences with English Translations - なんて, Page 6

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It is impudent of you to jest at him.
It is absurd to try to persuade them.
How hard they work!
What a nice couple they are!
They consider it a mistake for Jim to travel alone in Africa.
It is silly of you to trust them.
It is strange that they should get so angry.
It's a pity that he should be ill in bed.
He is far from a genius.
He doesn't seem to want to get ahead.
He can't run his own family, let alone a nation!
He is anything but a poet.
He is anything but a poet.
He thought it foolish of me to go to Kyushu by bike.
He thought it foolish of me to go there by bike.
He is far from perfect.
What a good speaker of Japanese he is!
How strong he is!
What a nice fellow he is!
What an eloquent speaker he is!!

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