## メール英語例文辞書

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- It should be all right.
- It should be effective in reducing expenses.
- It should be impossible.
- It should be incumbent on the research team.
- It should be more wonderful to hear her singing voice in person.
- it should be said
- It should be something I can't get at home.
- It should be symmetric.
- It should never be used in this way.
- It should not be assumed.
- It should not be required.
- It shouldn't take that much time to finish writing a manuscript.
- It showed that animals in the control group were…
- It shows only the time schedule.
- It snowed a little bit here.
- It snowed a lot during the winter last year.
- It snowed a lot here last year.
- It snowed a lot this winter.
- It snowed a lot today about as much as it did yesterday.
- It snowed about as much today as it did yesterday.
- It snowed today.
- It snows a lot here.
- It snows in the town.
- It snows in the winter in my town.
- It so happened that I had a hundred dollars.
- It somehow seems he is evading the issue.
- It sometimes snows in my region.
- It soon proves to have toxic effects.
- It soothes my soul to see nature.
- It soothes my soul whenever I am with my beloved dog.
- It soothes my soul whenever I listen to music.
- It sounds fun.
- It sounds interesting.
- It sounds like he got a job.
- It sounds like he will be picking us up by car.
- It sounds like it will take them about three months to make this.
- It sounds like that to me.
- It sounds like the water and the air are delicious in the country side.
- It sounds like they have bad English pronunciation.
- It sounds like we don't know what we're doing.
- It sounds perfect to me.
- It sounds terrible. I really feel sorry for my father!
- It spread to Europe along the Silk Road.
- It started pouring with rain on the way home from school today.
- It started raining as soon as I left the house.
- It started raining as soon as I returned home.
- It started raining as soon as Taro left the house.
- It started raining at that time.
- It started raining just now.
- It started raining on the way, but this is to be expected.
- It started raining this morning.
- It started raining when I got out of the car.
- It started raining when I was watching the sky.
- It started raining.
- It started to rain as soon as I arrived at the house.
- It started to rain at that time.
- It started to rain during today's club activities.
- It started to rain hard as soon as I left home.
- It started to rain suddenly when I got in the house.
- It started to rain.
- It starts to rain.
- It sticks out from the wall.
- It still continues to be held today.
- It still isn't being used in business.
- It still isn't certain.
- It still isn't the case that it has been decided upon.
- It still looks like it will rain there.
- It still makes sense to use pen and paper.
- It still remains.
- It stinks of fish in the room.
- It stopped raining this morning.
- It stopped raining.
- It suddenly got cooler today.
- It suddenly started to rain and I got drenched.
- It suddenly started to rain hard.
- It suddenly started to rain.
- It suits my natural disposition better to be busy.
- It suits my son just right.
- It suits you.
- It surprises me when light flashes.
- It swells dozens of times.
- It takes 1 hour to go there.
- It takes 1 month to prepare any of the products.
- It takes 1 week to finish that photo.
- It takes 10 minutes from here to the nearest bus stop.
- It takes 15 minutes to walk to John's house.
- It takes 2 and a half hours to fly from Osaka to Taiwan.
- It takes 20 minutes by car from my house to school.
- It takes 20 minutes by car to here.
- It takes 20 minutes to walk from here to that station.
- It takes 20 minutes to walk to there from the station.
- It takes 3 days to get there.
- It takes 3 hours by car.
- It takes 3 weeks for me to come here.
- It takes 40 minutes to drive to my hometown from here.
- It takes 40 minutes to walk to school one way.
- It takes 5 days to produce that product.
- It takes 5 hours to get from my house to my dorm by the limited express train.
- It takes 5 minutes on foot from Shinbashi station to the hotel.
- It takes 6 hours to drive there.
- It takes 60 minutes from my house to the school on bicycle.
- It takes 8 hours to drive to their house from here.
- It takes a bit of time for him to get in and out of cars.
- It takes a half an hour to dry.
- It takes a little time to perform that.
- It takes a lot of time for me to write sentences in English, so I'm sorry I can't email straight away.
- It takes a lot of time for me to write sentences in English, so I'm sorry I can't reply straight away.
- It takes a lot of time for that.
- It takes a lot of time to commute to work there.
- It takes a lot of time to do homework.
- It takes a lot of time to do that.
- It takes a lot of time to write a report.
- It takes a lot to rattle me.
- It takes a while for me to respond in English.
- It takes about 1 hour from here.
- It takes about 1 hour from home.
- It takes about 1 hour.
- It takes about 10 minutes by car from my house to get there.
- It takes about 15 minutes to drive to convenience stores and supermarkets.
- It takes about 2 hours to get there by train from my house.
- It takes about 2 hours to get to that park.
- It takes about 20 minutes to walk to that station.
- It takes about 50 hours to clear that game.
- It takes about 50 hours to finish that game.
- It takes about five minutes to walk from this hotel to that place.
- It takes about one hour from my house to the office.
- It takes about one week to complete a refund.
- It takes about seven minutes from here to that park.
- It takes about ten minutes from here to that post office.
- It takes about three working days to amend details and issue a new one.
- It takes about three years to become mature.
- It takes ages for this computer to start up.
- It takes all the energy I have just to train young people.
- It takes an hour from here to that station.
- It takes approximately 2 hours to go to school.
- It takes as long as 2 hours to get to that park.
- It takes as much as 2500 yen to go there round trip by bus.
- It takes at least two and a half months to complete the products.

- It takes at least two days to have the part ready.
- It takes at least two days to have the parts ready.
- It takes five minutes to walk from here to the museum.
- It takes forty minutes from here to the house.
- It takes him time to get used to a new place.
- It takes less than three minutes walk from the hotel to the beach.
- It takes many years.
- It takes me 1 hour to go to school.
- It takes me 15 minutes to get to school from my house.
- It takes me 2 days to dye one piece of cloth.
- It takes me 20 minutes to get to school.
- It takes me a little time to write in English.
- It takes me a little time to write reports in English.
- It takes me a while to type.
- It takes me time to do this work.
- It takes one hour for me to commute to school.
- It takes one hour from my house to school by train.
- It takes six minutes to walk to my house from here.
- It takes ten minutes from my house to that restaurant.
- It takes time and money for me to survey the market data.
- It takes time for him to get in and out of cars.
- It takes time for me to correct that.
- It takes time for me to make that.
- It takes time for me to pull it out.
- It takes time for me to read and write English sentences.
- It takes time for me to write emails in English.
- It takes time for me to write in English.
- It takes time for me to write letters in English.
- It takes time for that to chill.
- It takes time to commute to work there.
- It takes time to commute to work.
- It takes time to go to that airport.
- It takes time to make an English sentence.
- It takes time to master that.
- It takes time to obtain an answer.
- It takes time to remember that.
- It takes two and a half hours from here to there.
- It takes two hours for me to commute to work.
- It takes two hours to his school from his house.
- It takes two weeks to prepare these.
- It takes you 15 minutes to get home.
- It tastes great, right?
- It tends to be thought of as simple.
- It there school tomorrow?
- It thought about how I need to get a little bit more sleep.
- It took 1 hour by train and bus to get to my high school.
- It took 10 minutes to get to that store from my house on bicycle.
- It took 2 hours to drive there.
- It took 2 years to recover from the illness.
- It took 20 minutes to drive there.
- It took 20 minutes to get there on bicycle.
- It took 3 hours to return home.
- It took 3 years for me to master English.
- It took 3000 yen to get my bicycle fixed.
- It took a little longer for me and her to get close.
- It took a little while to read that book.
- It took a long time for those goods to get to me.
- It took a long time to finish the game.
- It took a long time to get there.
- It took a lot of time for me to do that.
- It took a lot of time to write this email.
- It took a lot of time.
- It took a while for those products to arrive at our office.
- It took about one month for that illness of mine to get better.
- It took everything I had to do that.
- It took five hours to drive here from Kyoto.
- It took half a year for me to read the books.
- It took her 10 days to finish that.
- It took her three hours to make the meal for the visitors.
- It took him 4 months to build the house.
- It took me 12 hours to go because of a traffic jam.
- It took me 2 weeks to read this book.
- it took me 3 week until I got that document.
- It took me 3 weeks to read that novel.
- It took me a little time to find that.
- It took me a long time to finish today's work.
- It took me a lot of time to bake cookies.
- It took me four years to write that.
- It took me one week to make that.
- It took me one year to build a new house.
- It took me over 3 hours to understand these math problems.
- It took me three days to read that.
- It took me three days.
- It took me three years to write that.
- It took me time to find that.
- It took me time to make this.
- It took me time to remember how to do that.
- It took me twice as long to get home than usual.
- It took nine hours by car.
- It took quite a long time for me to finish that homework.
- It took three hours to buy those goods.
- It took time for me to understand that sentence.
- It took time for me to understand that.
- It took time for us to trust each other.
- It took time to get ready to send out the luggage.
- It took time to understand that sentence at first.
- It took time, but I am glad that we were able to solve it without any problems.
- It took two hours for me to understand what was funny about that.
- It took us 40 minutes to get to school by bicycle.
- It took us 5 hours to get there by car.
- It took us whole three days to find out the cause of this bug.
- It troubles me to have you do this kind of thing to me.
- It truly is too bad that I cannot go together with you.
- It turned into a day off from school today.
- It turned into a nice day today.
- It turned into something difficult to understand for you.
- It turned out I would go to a boarding house soon.
- It turned out that I would move soon.
- It turned out that the number of the items I have received so far was actually enough.
- It turned out to be a fun stay thanks to you.
- It turned out to be a general competitive bidding.
- It turned out to be a good memorial.
- It turned out to be a nice day today.
- It turned out to be disappointing this time, but please do get in touch with me if another opportunity arises.
- It turned out to be this kind of result.
- It use to be said that she abused drugs.
- It usually ends up as just the 2 of us.
- It usually takes 20 minutes to complete the assembly.
- It usually takes at least one week or ten days for delivery of domestic cars and about one month for delivery of imported cars.
- It usually takes one week to ten days to complete a refund process.
- It vanished.
- It varies by country.
- It waives the existing standard.
- It was 20 years since I met them last.
- It was 6 o'clock when I left home.
- It was 7 or 8 years ago that I went to that mountain.
- It was a 50th anniversary trip.
- It was a a normal summer vacation for me.
- It was a bad day off.
- It was a big, modern ship.
- It was a bit late.
- It was a busy day yesterday.
- It was a busy day, but I had fun today.
- It was a chance to think about how I should study English.
- It was a chicken and egg situation.
- It was a cold day today.
- It was a compulsory routine.

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