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If rain was enough to get phone-lines crossed then Japan would be in a right mess, wouldn't it?
A healthy curiosity is truly a fine thing.
This expression has really caught my fancy, as a type of English metaphorical expression not in Japanese.
Well it's very difficult changing jobs after you're thirty so I don't really want to do it.
It's no joke! It's really a pain, you see.
I'm sure it's tough taking part in the activities of two clubs, but good luck!
Taking care of the excretory needs of a patient you've just met is a very demanding job.
It's a very dangerous sport, where a slight mistake can lead to serious injury.
This seat, it's real leather, isn't it? It would be a disaster if some slip up gets it dirtied.
You've been camping out ever since you came over here? Must have been terrible.
The corridor was so crowded that we couldn't walk.
Yoshiko is very diligent in knitting.
He is a good boy, and he is very strong.
The girl as well as her parents was very sympahtetic.
The storm brought about a lot of damage.
I felt very sorry about the sudden death of my friend's father.
The roads were very muddy since it had rained during the night.
She was very glad to find the purse she had given up for lost.
The main street is very broad.
I made a big mistake in choosing my wife.

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