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Japanese Sentences with English Translations - なんて, Page 8

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What does he say in his letter?
I should have known better than to believe him.
It's silly of you to believe him.
How foolish I am to believe him!
You can not believe a word he says.
You can't believe a word he says.
No attention was paid to his warning.
It is careless of you tell him the truth.
It was foolish of her to ask him for help.
What a fool I was to lend him the money.
He didn't mean to hurt you.
I can't bear to work with him.
Don't be so foolish as to go with him.
I didn't know he had decided to leave.
It never occurred to me that he was a prison-breaker.
It never occurred to me that he might be an escaped prisoner.
It's unusual for him to get up early.
He is anything but a gentleman.
It serves him right that he missed the last train.
Never did I expect that he would fail the examination.

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