さあsaa来なさいkinasai急いでisoide
Come on! Quickly!
さあsaane
I don't know.
さあsaa根比べkonkurabewoしようshiyou
Let's see who can hold out the longest.
・・・さあsaa今日kyoumo勉学bengakuni勤しもうisoshimouka
Well, shall we devote ourselves to study today as well?
結婚式kekkonshikinoことkotoだけどdakedoさあsaa君のkimino一世一代のisseichidaino晴れの舞台harenobutaiなんだnandaからkara地味婚jimikonなどnadotoいわないでiwanaide、パーッと,PAAtto派手にhadeniしたらshitaraどうdounanosa
About the wedding ... It's a once-in-a-lifetime chance to be the main attraction, so instead of doing it on a shoestring, why not pull out all the stops and make a great show of it?
みんなminnaさあsaa聞きkikiなさいnasai
Hey everyone, please listen.
fuhahaha!やっと!yattoこのkono課題kadaimo終ったowattazeさぁsaa次のtsugino課題kadaiでもdemoやるyaruべぇbeeka
Ha - this work finished! Let's go to next stage!
とうとうtoutou宿題shukudaiga終わったowattaさあsaaこれkorede寝られるnerareruzo
I have finally finished my homework; now I can go to bed.
さあsaa話しhanashiたまえtamae
Now tell me.
さあsaa列車resshagaきたkita
Here comes the train.
さあsaa姫路himejiekiniつきましたtsukimashitayo
Here we are at Himeji Station.
さあsaa東京toukyouekini着きましたtsukimashita
Here we were at Tokyo Station.
さあsaa着いたtsuitazo
We've arrived.
さあsaa早くhayaku答えないkotaenaika
Come on, answer quickly.
さぁsaa上野uenoekini着いたtsuitazo
Here we are at Ueno Station.
さあsaa出発shuppatsuno準備junbihaすべてsubete出来ましたdekimashita
Everything is ready now for our start.
さあsaa出発しようshuppatsushiyoukimi先頭sentouwo行きikiなさいnasai
Let's start now, and you go first.
さあsaa出かけましょうdekakemashou
Let's be off now.
さあsaa試合shiaiwo始めましょうhajimemashou
Let the game begin.
さぁsaa始めましょうhajimemashou
Let's start!
さあsaa仕事shigotowoはじめましょうhajimemashou
Let's go at our work.
さあsaa仕事shigotoni取り掛かろうtorikakarou
Let's get down to work.
さあsaa仕事にかかろうshigotonikakarou
Now, let's turn to work.
さあsaa今度kondohabokunobanda
Now it's my turn.
さあsaa行こうikouもうmou待てないmatenaiyo
Come on! I can't wait any more.

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