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If you look at the lyrics, they don't really mean much.
My mom doesn't speak English very well.
I lived for more than a month in Nagoya.
I lived in Nagoya for over a month.
I see it rarely.
In Singapore, practically right on the equator, the rainy and dry seasons aren't very clear cut.
The plans for the company outing don't sound too exciting.
It's embarrassing to be seen without make-up so please don't stare.
In Japan there are a lot of translations from English to Japanese (E-J) and from Japanese to English (E-J), there isn't much real demand for J-S and S-J.
Well, you'll find out that after you cross. If I give too much away right from the start it won't be so interesting.
Gyoza stuffing? I made some gyoza at home but, possibly because I didn't have enough dough, I had some of the filling left over.
Really? You didn't show much interest before. I wonder what's got into you?
Men in kimonos are no longer a common sight in Tokyo.
There isn't much butter left in the refrigerator.
Don't carry too much baggage when you travel.
Frankly speaking, his new novel is not very interesting.
Frankly speaking, this novel isn't very interesting.
Please don't boil the eggs so hard.
Don't go too close to the pond so that you won't fall in.
Don't eat too much.

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