I'm from Wellington, the capital of New Zealand.
An Indian buyer and a Japanese businessman haggled over the price of the new product.
On New Year's Eve, the trains will run all night.
Initially I found it difficult to deal with my new environment.
A Happy New Year! "I wish you the same!"
Good afternoon. You are our new neighbor, if I'm not mistaken?
Scientists will come up with new methods of increasing the world's food supply.
Our new head office is in Tokyo.
New office buildings seem to be sprouting up all over the city.
I'll turn over a new leaf and study English very hard.
Excuse me. How often do shuttle buses run to downtown New York?
My new Alfa Romeo convertible is light red.
What's New Zealand like? Is it as sparsely populated as Australia?
Tom buys new shoes whenever he can find a pair that fit.
English word "new"(new) occurs in sets:Ewa: Jump with Joey 2,3
Go to sleep.
I hope to one day speak German as well as you speak English.
Why aren't you going? "Because I don't want to."
It took me more than two hours to translate a few pages of English.
Look at me when I talk to you!
Homeroom teachers should make every effort to keep in touch with their students.
Nobody ever comes to see us in this out-of-the-way village.
If I can get into university, I am hoping to learn to speak two foreign languages.
Fewer workers meant fewer people with money to buy goods.
Franklin Roosevelt was born to a rich and important New York family.
Two roundtrip tickets to Osaka, please.
The president was quoted as saying he would like to visit Japan soon.
You are welcome to the use of our house while we are away on vacation.
It began to rain heavily just as we got to the gate.
According to the weather forecast, the rainy season will set in next week.
English word "new"(to) occurs in sets:verbs/adjectives, nouns with propositions M, N, O
3. newer the newest
English word "new"(newer the newest) occurs in sets:Stopniowanie krótkich przymiotników
4. completely new
English word "new"(completely new) occurs in sets:Kolokacje / Collocations - common adverb + adjecti...
5. entirely new
6. totally new
I like her novel.
He was a writer who had never lived up to the promise of his first novel.
I found his new novel very dull. I don't think he is much of a writer.
Waiting for Spring is a novel by Soseki, isn't it?
From the coffee table photo book to the bathroom factoid anthology to the bedside escapist novel, American literature is designed to match the furniture.
The truth is, these days, I'm thinking of writing a novel for a women's magazine.
One of the characters in the novel dreams up a half-baked plan for robbing a bank.
On Monday, the Pierson Publishing House will launch an ambitious advertising compaign for Real Life, a highly anticipated new novel from Korea.
The novel I'm writing next is set in a love hotel so I wanted to see what one actually looks like.
The novel, the author of which is a famous singer, is selling well.
A certain movie was novelized - rather it was a scenario written for a movie that was expanded as a novel and localized to Japanese.
A long, fictional narration in prose. Great Expectations and Huckleberry Finn are novels, as are War and Peace and Lord of the Flies.
He had a very novel approach to solving this problem and he is a pioneer.
Is there some gustatory or culinary analog of a novel or film? In other words, can you eat or taste a complete, riveting story the way you can watch or read one?
We must develop renewable energy sources.
We need to invest in clean, renewable energy.
The declaration will require the US to triple its production of wind and solar power and other renewable energies.
Sunlight, wind and water are renewable sources of energy.
The law forces heavy power users - those consuming 300 kW or more - to meet some of their energy needs with electricity generated from renewable sources.
We need to look for renewable sources of energy.
renewable sources of energy
What other renewable energy source does he mention and how much of Denmark's energy does it provide?
English word "new"(renewable) occurs in sets:Word Formation (Year 3)
Newly printed books smell good.
I wish you would make a list of the newly published books.
The newly married couple walked hand in hand.
I turned the corner and caught sight of a newly opened restaurant.
the newly elected Head Boy, Percy
The dress is newly designed.
The newly promoted junior manager, drunk with power, lorded it over his former co-workers.
The priest blessed the newly built church.
The biologist classifies the newly found species in its own genus, whereas other taxonomists want to put it into an established genus.
Newly weds but with a child? Yes, that's right - the son is from the father's former marriage. He's been divorced once.
Why on earth did you sell your newly built house?
His suit, though newly bought, was worn out.
He's a newly divorced man, he can do what he wants.
newly divorced man
Exploring and populating the newly discovered continent happened over the course of a couple of centuries.
Recently there are a lot of young people who don't use respectful language to their superiors.
When your friends begin to flatter you on how young you look, it's a sure sign you're getting old.
Throughout the United State large numbers of young people enter college every year.
Thank you, I'd love to have another piece of cake, said the shy young man.
I can't keep up with the fashions of young girls these days.
When I entered the coffee shop, two young men were watching a wrestling match on television.
The first great lesson that a young man should learn is that he knows nothing.
Unlike birds, which feed and shelter their young, fish abandon their eggs.
The young man got up hurriedly, stammered a few words and in a moment was gone.
Children learn to respond to rhythmical sounds from a very young age.
As is evident from the data, smoking is not decreasing among the young.
Young as he is, he is as great a mathematician as ever lived.
Young children cannot determine what is right and what is wrong.
I had a lot of gumption when I was young, but now it seems to have all petered out.