Sign In


Recent Searches

Japanese Sentences with English Translations - ������

Search by Japanese


Search by English Meaning

A Mr Smith came while you were out.
A Mr. Smith came while you were out.
A Mr. Smith came to see you while you were out.
Mr Tanaka called during your absence.
Mr. Tanaka called while you were out.
Even though he didn't sleep, Mr. Blay gave a great speech.
Yoko speaks English, doesn't she?
Who can speak English better, Yoko or Yumi?
The postman delivers letters every morning.
It must be the postman.
When will Yuko come to Denver?
Please help me welcome Mr. Nomura.
The problem is Mr. Bark, the man whose secretary is away.
You also know Mr Kimura very well.
You, too, know Mr. Kimura, don't you?
I met a Mr Kimura at the party.
I met a Mr. Kimura at the party.
A Mr Kimura is calling you.
There is a Mr. Kimura on the line for you.
A Mr. Kimura is calling you.

This site uses the EDICT and KANJIDIC dictionary files. These files are the property of the Electronic Dictionary Research and Development Group, and are used in conformance with the Group's licence.