- Reading and JLPT level
- Kana Reading
- Word Senses
- Parts of speech
- Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.)
- something like ...; something called ...
- Example sentence
- 何十年も鍛え続けた強者が、ほんの一瞬の油断で弱者に倒されることがあるんですの。それが武術の世界というものですわ。 A strong veteran, having trained for tens of years, can fall to a weakling in a moment of laxness. That's what the martial arts world is.
Examples of と言うもの, と言う物, というもの in a sentence
A strong veteran, having trained for tens of years, can fall to a weakling in a moment of laxness. That's what the martial arts world is.
You're considerate, but don't you think you should work a little more at understanding the subtleties of the human mind?
As yardsticks to measure the effectiveness of information retrieval there exist those called 'recall ratio' and 'precision ratio'.
There are things I'd like to say but to butt in now would be what they call uncouth.
For instance, in my father's business the timing of sales and purchases was very important, and he would sometimes write or say to his colleagues "There is a tide," without going into detail.
A good son is always anxious to please his parents.
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