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雪, ゆき

  • yuki
JLPT LEVEL 5

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • snow

Examples of 雪,ゆき in a Sentence

たぶん、明日降るだろう
Probably it will snow tomorrow.
It isn't possible to clear the snow from every road.
In places where it snows a lot, kerosene is an indispensable item.
It had been snowing for a week.
The path between the two houses was blocked by snow.
It has snowed for two days.
あなたのたくさん降ります
Do you have much snow in your country?
Had you seen snow before you came to this town?
That mountain is covered with snow.
あのおおわれたごらんなさい。
Look at that mountain which is covered with snow.

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