looks like rain

Travis Hodgdon Travis.Hodgdon at OBERLIN.EDU
Fri May 7 16:57:13 UTC 1999

In Japanese, one would say "ame ga futtehajimeta souda" meaning it seems
as though it has begun raining. Or "ame ga furisouda" meaning it seems
as if it's going to rain. You can also make a distinction as to how you
heard it...if you're basing it on personally experienced information,
you use one modifier. If indicating that you were told by someone else,

Travis Hodgdon

Travis Hodgdon
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 $B$$$F$b$$$$$G$9!# (B
 $B!V at 8$-$k$H$$$&;v$OIw$b?e$bF|$bF1$8;v$@$HC[$$$?$h!#!W (B

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