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コアラ

  • koara

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • koala

Examples of コアラ in a Sentence

向こうにいるあのコアラ見てごらん。
Look at that koala over there.
Have you ever seen a koala?
Koalas are more popular than kangaroos.
The koala is an animal peculiar to Australia.
初めてコアラ見た
I saw a koala for the first time.
Have you ever seen a koala?
Koalas can only be seen in Australia.
Have you ever seen a koala?
コアラオーストラリアにいる。
You find koalas in Australia.
あなたは今までコアラ見たことがあります
Have you ever seen a koala?

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