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時には, ときには

  • tokiniha


Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), adverb (fukushi)

  • at times
  • occasionally

Examples of 時には,ときには in a Sentence

Sometimes the game lasted all day.
In other cultures, the balls were filled with earth, grain, bits and pieces of plants, and sometimes even pieces of metal.
Worms are sometimes beneficial to soil.
You should look after the children from time to time.
My father can be terribly childish, but he means well.
That is why words sometimes have great power over us.
Sometimes it is pleasant to look back on one's childhood.
A captain sometimes goes to Davy Jones's locker with his ship.
Sometimes reading took up half his time.
It's good to put yourself in someone else's place now and then.

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