TAKOBOTO

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日本語, にほんご, にっぽんご
See 国語・こくご・2
Japanese (language)
私は日本語で苦労している。
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, 出
Noun, used as a suffix
1. coming out, going out, outflow, efflux, rising (of the Sun or the Moon)
2. attending (work), appearing (on stage), one's turn to go on
3. start, beginning
4. origins, background, person (or item) originating from ..., graduate of ..., native of ..., member of ... (lineage)
5. architectural member that projects outward
彼は貴族の出である。
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, にて
Particle, indicates location of action; にて is the formal literary form
1. at, in, when
indicates means of action
2. by, with
Conjunction
3. and then, so
Only で, See よ・1, at sentence-end; indicates certainty, emphasis, etc., Dialect: Kansai-ben
4. let me tell you, don't you know
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, い
Conjunction, Auxiliary, See ないで・1, Archaism, after a -nai stem
without doing ...
スピーチ
speech
私たちは彼にスピーチを頼んだ。
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など, 等, 抔
Particle, Usually in kana
1. et cetera, etc., and the like, and so forth
after an approximate quote or vague suggestion
2. or something
lessening the significance or value of the previous word
3. the likes of
4. for example, for instance, for one
2、4、6などは偶数です。
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できる, 出来る, 出きる, 出來る
Conjugated: できません
Ichidan verb, Intransitive, Usually in kana
1. to be able (in a position) to do, to be up to the task
2. to be ready, to be completed
3. to be made, to be built
4. to be good at, to be permitted (to do)
5. to become intimate, to take up (with somebody)
申し訳ないけど長居できないんですよ。
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てく, でく
Conjugated: できません
Godan verb, Auxiliary verb, Colloquialism, from ..て or で plus 行く
to continue
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