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英吉利, イギリス

  • igirisu


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • Great Britain
  • United Kingdom

Examples of 英吉利,イギリス in a Sentence

Britain established many colonies.
He was born in England but was educated in America.
Who is the greatest poet in England?
If I were to live abroad, I would live in Britain.
I hear the grass is green even in the winter in England.
I'll put off my visit to England till the weather is warmer.
My daughter went to Britain three years ago.
The weather changes very often in England.
The Industrial Revolution took place first in England.
France seems to be swinging left - Britain to the right.

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