How to say i'm tired from the long walk. in Japanese

1)長い長い(nagai) (adj-i) long/long/lengthy散歩散歩(sanpo) (n,vs) walk/strollで(de) (prt) indicates location of action/at/in/indicates time of action/indicates means of action/cause of effect/by/and then/so/indicates continuing action/ indicates certainty, emphasis, etc.疲れ疲れ(tsukare) (n) tiredness/fatigueた(ta) (aux-v) indicate past completed or action/indicates light imperative。(。) Japanese period "."    
nagai sanpo de tsukare ta 。
0
0
admin
Blackbelt User
758 Points
PreviousBack to ListNext
Language Exchange Chat

Name:
Message:

Join
Other sentences with translations
the policemen were very brave in the face of great danger.

reexamination of the data is required to make the formula accurate.

you can do it.

i like spring.

i'm waiting for her.

indirectly

he had words with his friend and then struck him.

the new medicine demonstrated an immediate effect.

Show me more
Recently viewed pages
pagetime
How to say "i've got a feeling." in Japanese
0 seconds ago
Kiel oni diras "Ŝi pretis alfronti sian destinon." francaj
1 seconds ago
wie kann man in Englisch sagen: ich möchte dir für alles danken, was du getan hast.?
1 seconds ago
Copy sentence [この湖はここが最も深い。]
2 seconds ago
How to say "she accepted him her suitor." in Japanese
2 seconds ago
© 2012 - 2015 All rights reserved. Created by Nolan Ritchie