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It is raining.
It's raining.
I was planning on going to the beach today, but then it started to rain.
Looking outside, it's beginning to rain.
As a result, we play ball inside on rainy days.
But, unfortunately, the game was called off due to rain.
If rain was enough to get phone-lines crossed then Japan would be in a right mess, wouldn't it?
When rain's fallen and the soil is moist, it becomes easier to pull out weeds.
After it rains and the ground is damp, it's easier to pull weeds.
The sky looks ominous. I wonder if it will rain.
It looks like rain tomorrow, but I'll try my best.
Come to pick me up if it rains tomorrow.
It's raining again. I wonder if we will be able to have the February snow festival?
We finally arrived at the ski hill... the snow had turned into rain.
It rained heavily, so the playground is muddy.
We've had a heavy rain, so the playground is muddy.
Hey, Ken'ichi, come along that drain pipe. I'll pull you up.
"'Fox's wedding'." "Er ...?" "Today, with an 81 percent likelihood, it will be clear skies but, depending on location, there will be sun showers."
In June, it rains day after day.
We have a lot of rain in June.

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