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"Ah, y-yes ... Sorry, Coz." "Hey! You might be my relative but here I'm your senior and a doctor. Keep things straight while you're in the hospital!"
After being told, "Please, sit down," I sit in the chair.
Is it the vacuum cleaner's fault that the room is dusty?
The flowers don't look happy. I'd like to water them. Is there a watering can?
The flowers don't look well. I'd like to water them. Is there a watering can?
"Let's head back." "Shall we drop by McDonald's?"
About today's packed-lunch, the menus prepared by Itsuki and Tanaka are low in beta-carotene-rich vegetables again aren't they?
When I inquired "what is that?" I was told, "go and find out for yourself."
* The basic prohibitions (No slander, libel, etc.) are noted in the "Read me first." Please be sure to read it.
It's well said that "You can't judge people by their appearance", isn't it?
Mountain fires are thought of causing little harm with the only damage being the burning of trees and shrubs, but actually there's a hell of a 'hidden character'.
Don't you find yourself reaching for things with '20% extra' written on them?
"Hey! It's dangerous to run here." "Eh? ... A-a-Aaah!!" "Oh dear, what did I tell you?"
"Ryu, I can't seeee!" "Naturally, that's because I'm covering your eyes."
The woman dental hygienist said to me, lying down in the chair, "Right, please open your mouth."
As the lesson comes to an end, even if the teacher doesn't say a word of "be quiet", "sit down!," the children naturally return to their seats and quieten down.
"That's dangerous, I'll clear it up." "It's OK ... Ouch!" "Look, didn't I tell you so?"
It's very easy to drink potato shochu now that the potato-like smell has been reduced to a low level through use of the latest biotechnology.
In Japan it's generally thought that Germany's water supply isn't suitable for drinking, but this is a mistake.
"I haven't got the time to keep up with you." "That's rather depressing."

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