L. M. Montgomery
the cold relationship #12『A Christmas Mistake』

A Christmas Mistake (Learn Japanese by reading stories) 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 […]

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L. M. Montgomery
short notice #11『A Christmas Mistake』

A Christmas Mistake (Learn Japanese by reading stories) "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: […]

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

A Christmas Mistake (Learn Japanese by reading stories) 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 […]

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Teddy's Mischief #9『A Christmas Mistake』

A Christmas Mistake (Learn Japanese by reading stories) 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 […]

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L. M. Montgomery
absent-minded man #8『A Christmas Mistake』

A Christmas Mistake (Learn Japanese by reading stories) "Yesterday," said Gordon, chuckling over the remembrance, "he came in with a big piece of paper he'd picked up on the entry floor in one hand and his hat in the other—and he stuffed his hat into the coal-scuttle and hung up the paper on a nail […]

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sensitive topic #7『A Christmas Mistake』

A Christmas Mistake (Learn Japanese by reading stories) The noisy group grew silent as they always did when their father was spoken of. A Christmas Mistake subject with particle: うるさい・しゅうだんがdictionary form predicate: しずまるうるさい集団が静かになりました。 He had died the year before, and since his death the little family had had a hard time. A Christmas Mistake subject: […]

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good person #6『A Christmas Mistake』

A Christmas Mistake (Learn Japanese by reading stories) "When I'm a man," announced Teddy with dignity, "I'd just like to see you put me in the porch. And I mean to have turkey all the time and I won't give you any, either." A Christmas Mistake subject with particle: テディがdictionary form predicate: いうmodifier: えらそうに テディが偉そうに言いました。 […]

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filial son #5『A Christmas Mistake』

A Christmas Mistake (Learn Japanese by reading stories) "Don't cry, children, you make me feel worse. A Christmas Mistake dictionary form predicate: なく「泣かないで」 We are not the only ones who will have to do without a Christmas turkey. A Christmas Mistake subject with particle: ターキーなしで・すごす・かぞくはpredicate: わたしたちだけ・ではないmodifier: クリスマスに「クリスマスに、ターキーなしで過ごす家族は私たちだけではありません」 We ought to be very thankful that we […]

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End of the world #4『A Christmas Mistake』

A Christmas Mistake (Learn Japanese by reading stories) The little Grants stood with open mouths and horrified eyes. A Christmas Mistake subject with particle: グラントけの・こどもたちがdictionary form predicate: ぼうぜんグラント家の子供たちは呆然となりました。 No turkey for Christmas! A Christmas Mistake subject: ターキーがpredicate: ないターキーが無いなんて! Was the world coming to an end? A Christmas Mistake subject: せかいがpredicate: おわる世界の終わりでしょうか? Wouldn't the government interfere […]

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Hidden Truth #3『A Christmas Mistake』

A Christmas Mistake (Learn Japanese by reading stories) "And we're going to have turkey for dinner," declared Teddy, getting up off the floor and rushing to secure his share of bread and molasses, "and cranberry sauce and—and—pound cake! Ain't we, Ma?" A Christmas Mistake subject with particle: テディがdictionary form predicate: だんげん・するテディが断言しました。 subject: わたしたちはpredicate: たべるmodifier: ディナーで・ターキーを「私たちはディナーでターキーを食べるはずです」 […]

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