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Japanese and English Exercises.

yerimasho. 16. Watakusi wa miyoasa hayaku okite, sitaku wo site, kayerimasho. 17. Sono hito wa kono tuye wo katana de kirimasita. 18. Shomotu wo yoku yonde kangayeta hito wa yonda koto wo wasuremasen. 19. Watakusi ga taduneta hito wa sono hito de gozarimasu. 20. Kono hito wa kokoni atumatte sore kara dokoye ite, nani wo simasu ka. 21. Kono hito wa kokoni atumatte, hanasi wo kite tanosimimasu. 22. Maiban watakusi wa kono tokoro ye kite, kireina hana wo mite tanosimimasu. 23. Kono hito wa shomotu wo yonde, sore wo oboyete, sosite hito ni hanasimasu. 24. Kono tegami ga tassite, sono henzi (reply) wa itu kimasho ha. 25. Sore wa miyoniti kimasho.

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1. Who punished that criminal? 2. The government punished that criminal. 3. Is this the place where Hideyosi collected his army? 4. No, this is the place where Yosimoto collected his army and fought against Nobunaga. 5. What is this place called? 6. This is the place called Okehazama of Narumi. 7. Do you stay here and amuse (yourself)? 8. Yes, I shall stay here, see this place, and then return. 9. Why do these people assemble together here, and where do these people go? 10. These people go to a story-teller's house and hear the story. 11. I shall consider this matter (koto) and do it. 12. When does this mail start from