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Edit  Amatuka
([verb]-te, connects two sentences)
I'm going to the book shop to buy it.
Edit  Amatuka
Brining the bowl up to your mouth and shoveling rice in with Chopsticks is bad manners.
Edit  #3118 KotatsuSama
This large and red car is Mr Tanaka's.
Edit  #707 Amatuka
I'm going to the book shop and buying it.
Edit  #888 Amatuka
He ate some melon and drank some coffee.
Edit  #6248 fio
I come on foot (walking).
Edit  #6249 fio
My younger sister is playing (right now).
Edit  #6250 fio
The director is very angry (he became angry and is still angry).
Edit  #6251 fio
It'll be a pleasure to help you out.
Edit  #6252 fio
I brought the letter (lit. "having the letter, I came").
Edit  #6253 fio
Mr. Tanaka's gone out (Mr. Tanaka is not here).
Edit  #6254 fio
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