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どれ程, 何程, 何れ程, どれほど, なにほど

  • dorehodo,nanihodo


adverb (fukushi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • how much (long, far)

Examples of どれ程,何程,何れ程,どれほど,なにほど in a Sentence

Just how tiresome was it to argue straight against the phrase "Don't blindly follow America's lead!"
The value of health cannot be overestimated.
Do you know how many people starve to death in the world annually?
We know how completely engrossed children become in games.
How long have you been teaching English?
It is surprising how many unhappy marriages there are.
I can not seem to explain to you how difficult it is.
To what extent did he play a part in the research project?
You only have to make a few foreign friends to understand how harmful national stereotypes are.
You don't seem to understand how difficult it is for young people today to believe in something.

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