L. M. Montgomery
Her purpose #18『A Christmas Mistake』

Learn Japanese by Reading When her guests went home in the starlit December dusk, Miss Cornelia walked part of the way with them and had a long confidential talk with Mrs. Grant. A Christmas Mistake subject with particle: ミス・コーネリアはdictionary form predicate: みおくるmodifier: おきゃくを・かえりみちの・とちゅうまでミス・コーネリアは帰り道の途中までお客を見送りました。 When she returned it was to find Hannah groaning in and over […]

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L. M. Montgomery
reconciliation #17『A Christmas Mistake』

Learn Japanese by Reading When Mrs. Grant and her family arrived at the yellow house next morning Miss Cornelia herself ran out bareheaded to meet them. A Christmas Mistake modifier: よくあさsubject with particle: ミス・コーネリアはdictionary form predicate: でむかえるmodifier: みずから・ミセス・グラントと・かのじょのかぞくを翌朝、ミス・コーネリアは自らミセス・グラントと彼女の家族を出迎えました。 The two women shook hands a little stiffly and then a rill of long-repressed affection trickled out […]

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L. M. Montgomery
It's a blessing in disguise #16『A Christmas Mistake』

Learn Japanese by Reading Miss Cornelia did think—to good purpose evidently, for her forehead smoothed out as her meditations proceeded and her face brightened. A Christmas Mistake subject with particle: かんがえこんでいた・ミス・コーネリアの・ひょうじょうがdictionary form predicate: あかるい考え込んでいたミス・コーネリアの表情が明るくなりました。 Then she got up briskly. A Christmas Mistake subject: かのじょはpredicate: げんき彼女は元気を取り戻しました。 "Well, you've done it and no mistake. A Christmas Mistake […]

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embarrassed face #15『A Christmas Mistake』

Learn Japanese by Reading "Miss Millar, I am afraid I did make a mistake this morning—it has just dawned on me. A Christmas Mistake subject with particle: わたしはdictionary form predicate: まちがえる「ミス・ミラー、私は間違えたかもしれません」 I am almost sure that I called at Mrs. Grant's and invited her and her family instead of the Smithsons. And she said they […]

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L. M. Montgomery
childish #14『A Christmas Mistake』

Learn Japanese by Reading "Did you call and invite the Smithsons up to dinner as I told you?" asked Miss Cornelia anxiously. A Christmas Mistake subject with particle: ミス・コーネリアはdictionary form predicate: たずねるmodifier: ディナーの・さそいが・できたかどうか・しんぱいそうにミス・コーネリアはディナーの誘いができたかどうか心配そうに尋ねました。 "Yes," was the dreamy response as he glided through the kitchen and vanished into the hall. A Christmas Mistake subject: かれはpredicate: こうてい・するmodifier: […]

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L. M. Montgomery
Christmas anticipation #13『A Christmas Mistake』

Learn Japanese by Reading When the little Grants came home and heard the news, Teddy stood on his head to express his delight, the twins kissed each other, and Mary Alice and Gordon danced around the kitchen. A Christmas Mistake subject with particle: グラントけの・おさない・こどもたちはdictionary form predicate: おおよろこびグラント家の幼い子供たちは大喜びでした。 Keith thought himself too big to betray any […]

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the cold relationship #12『A Christmas Mistake』

Learn Japanese by Reading Mrs. Grant and Cornelia Millar were cousins, and had once been the closest of friends, but that was years ago, before some spiteful reports and ill-natured gossip had come between them, making only a little rift at first that soon widened into a chasm of coldness and alienation. Therefore this invitation […]

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short notice #11『A Christmas Mistake』

Learn Japanese by Reading "You and all the children—every one," went on the teacher dreamily, as if he were reciting a lesson learned beforehand. "She told me to tell you to be sure and come. Shall I say that you will?" A Christmas Mistake subject with particle: かれはdictionary form predicate: もとめるmodifier: かのじょの・へんじを彼は彼女の返事を求めました。 "Oh, yes, that […]

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L. M. Montgomery
It's too good to be true #10『A Christmas Mistake』

Learn Japanese by Reading He was a slight, pale, boyish-looking fellow, with an abstracted, musing look in his large dark eyes. A Christmas Mistake subject with particle: かれはdictionary form predicate: ほそみ・あおじろい・わかくみえる・ひと彼は細身で、青白く、若い見た目の人でした。 Mrs. Grant noticed with amusement that he wore a white straw hat in spite of the season. A Christmas Mistake modifier: おかしなことにsubject: かれはpredicate: かぶるmodifier: […]

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L. M. Montgomery
Teddy's Mischief #9『A Christmas Mistake』

Learn Japanese by Reading For the teacher's last call had been in October and had been occasioned by the fact that the irrepressible Teddy would persist in going to school with his pockets filled with live crickets and in driving them harnessed to strings up and down the aisle when the teacher's back was turned. […]

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