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Lesson
A:
1)I am Mike Miller.
2)I get up at six in the morning.
3)Cherry blossoms are beautiful.
B:
1)What time is it now in New York?
2)On Sunday I went to Nara with a friend.
3)Tokyo Disneyland is in Chiba Prefecture.

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A:
1)Maria is Brazilian, too.
2)Please send this parcel, too.
3)I like both.
4)I have been on a diet many times.
B:
1)I did not go anywhere
2)I did not eat anything.
3)There was no one.

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A:
1)That person is Mr. Miller of IMC.
2)This is a book on computers.
3)That is my umbrella.
4)This is a Japanese car.
5)Did you study last night?
6)How are your Japanese studies going?
7)There is a picture on the desk.
8)Please tell me how to read this Kanji.
9)How are your Japanese studies going?
10)I came from Bandung, Indonesia.
B:
1)This bag this Ms. Sato’s.
2)where was this camera made?
...In Japan
C:
1)Is there one a little bigger?

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A:
1)I drink juice.
2)I am going to travel for a week.
3)I will pick up my child at two o’clock.
B:
1)I took a day off work yesterday.
2)I leave home at eight every morning.
3) I get off the train at Kyoto.
C:
1)I take a walk in a park every morning.
2)Please cross at that traffic signal.
3)Go straight along this street and you will find the station.

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A:
1)I like Italian food.
2)Mr. Miller is good at cooking.
3)I understand Japanese a little.
4)Do you have any small change?
5)I have two children.
6)I want a personal computer.
7)Can you ski?
8)I need a tape recorder.
B:
1)There is a man over there.
2)There is a picture on the desk.
3)There will be a festival in Kyoto next month.
C:
1)Tokyo has a big population.
2)Mr. Santos is tall.
3)I have a sore throat.
D:
1)Which is faster, a bus or a train?
...A train is faster.
2)Baseball is the most interesting of all sports.
E:
1)It is raining now.
2)Touch this, and the water will come out.
3)The volume is low.
F:
1)I am going to go and have a meal after the concert is over.
2)What will you do if your friend does not come on time?
3)When my wife is sick, I take a day off work.
4)Which is the picture that Ms. Karina drew?
G:
1)Ms. Sato gave me wine.
2)Who paid for you?

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A:
1)I get up at six o’clock in the morning.
2)I came to Japan on March 25th.
B:
1)I gave some flowers to Ms. Kimura.
2)I write Christmas cards to my family and friends.
C:
1)I received a gift from Mr. Santos.
2)I borrowed a book from a person in the company.
D:
1)There is a picture on the desk.
2)My family is in New York.
3)Maria lives in Osaka.
E:
1)I will meet a friend tomorrow.
2)Have you already got accustomed to living in Japan?
3)Let’s go in the coffee shop.
4)Please sit here
5)I take a train from Umeda.
6)Please write your name here.
7)Touch this, and the water w3ill come out.
F:
1)I play tennis once a week.
G:
1)I came to Japan to study economics.
2)I will go to Kyoto for cherry blossom viewing.
H:
1)Teresa became ten.

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