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何処にでも, どこにでも

  • dokonidemo


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • anywhere

Examples of 何処にでも,どこにでも in a Sentence

My dog follows me whenever I go.
Ai and Mariko are close friends. They go everywhere together.
There is a black sheep in every flock.
You may go anywhere.
When he was young, he used to follow Beethoven everywhere he went.
You can find the same thing anywhere.
Put the box wherever you can find room for it, please.
You can't find this article everywhere.
Put those flowers wherever we can see them well.
To me he's no different from a million other dull middle aged men.

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