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Antis refused to eat, drink, or move until his master returned, even for a week. The ghost disappeared under very eyes. When it comes to heart trouble, I suggest you go see Dr.Suzuki. このような人たちは、当然厳しく罰せられるべきだ。 会を閉じてはどうでしょう。 回答よろしくお願いします!

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1。  Antis refused to eat, drink, or move until his master returned, even for a week.     彼の主人が帰って来るまで、一週間でも、飲んだり、食べたり、動いたりしようとも、アンティスはしなかった。 2。  The ghost disappeared under very eyes.      (見ている)目の前で幽霊は消え去った。 3。  When it comes to heart trouble, I suggest you go see Dr.Suzuki.     心臓の病気なら、鈴木先生に診てもらうんだね。 4。  このような人たちは、当然厳しく罰せられるべきだ。 Of course these people should be severely punished. 5. 会を閉じてはどうでしょう。 How about adjournment?

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