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JLPT N4 Author: Amatuka
(subject marker)
There is a television in the kitchen.
See also
At this shop, you can buy PCs with special CG functionality that is not offered by others.
Author: bamboo4

If it's here then you can buy a television for 20,000 yen - more or less.
Author: Amatuka, bamboo4

The bus * is coming!
Author: Amatuka

There is a television * in the kitchen.
Author: Amatuka

Rain is falling. (or it's raining)
Author: hana

(My) Mother bought bread. Okaasan ga pan o kaimashita.
Author: Rinji_HalfElf

Alise did it/that. Arisusan ga sore o shimashita.
Author: Rinji_HalfElf

(My) Father saw (a) movie. Otoosan ga eiga o mimashita.
Author: Rinji_HalfElf

(The) Newspaper is on top of the table. (*lit. table's top) Shinbun ga teeburu ue ni arimasu.
Author: Rinji_HalfElf

This is my house. Kore ga watakushi* no uchi desu. *polite, spelt with same kanji as watashi
Author: Rinji_HalfElf

Who is she/that woman over there? Dare ga ano kanojo desu ka?
Author: Rinji_HalfElf

It's raining (lit. Rain is falling). Ame ga futte imasu.
Author: Rinji_HalfElf

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