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両方, りょうほう

  • ryōhō


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

  • both sides
  • both parties

Examples of 両方,りょうほう in a Sentence

Their gloves are not in pairs.
She is capable of teaching both English and French.
She can speak both English and German.
Both Nancy and Jane were absent from school.
The important point to note is that both parties offered similar solutions to this problem.
I like both science and math.
At last both countries agreed on putting an end to the war.
You can buy whichever you like, but not both.
He doesn't speak both English and French.
He is capable of teaching both English and French.

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