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登校, とうこう

  • tōkō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • attendance (at school)
  • going to school

Examples of 登校,とうこう in a Sentence

We all wear uniforms to school.
Sick as he was, he went to school.
He comes to school earlier than any other student in the class.
Just then the two in question arrived at school.
I always walk to school.
The children went to school in spite of the rain.
How do you go to school? "By bus."
They usually go to school by bicycle.
I saw a group of foreigners on my way to school this morning.
You should arrive at school before 8:30.

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