Examples of , さえ, すら in a sentence
If you can translate the subject and object then after that it isn't so difficult.
I think that as long as I don't overeat I will certainly lose weight.
The thief has to be in here. I'm sure somewhere around is his stronghold so if we can just find that we've got him.
I don't even know who has stolen what.
Come to that the uniform had a bit more starch than that I usually wear, it's a bit uncomfortable.
This is a basic factor that can even be said to be the common lot of man, it certainly doesn't apply only to Germans.
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