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其処, そこ

  • soko


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • there (place relatively near listener)


  • there (place just mentioned)
  • that place


  • then (of some incident just spoken of)
  • that (of point just raised)


  • you

Examples of 其処,そこ in a Sentence

We'll arrive there within an hour.
There were eight pebbles there.
There was a fledgling bird there.
I saw the person I expected standing there.
There were already over 20 people sitting there.
I regret going there.
Hey, you! No running by the pool!
It concerns all the people living there.
You had better leave there on Monday.
It is not the goal but the way there that matters.

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