English Sentence:

Outside it's very cold, better take your woolly hat and scarf with you.

Japanese Translation:

外はすごく寒いから、ウールの帽子とマフラーを持って行くほうがいいよ。

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そと
ソト

soto

outside

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wa

(topic/comparison particle)

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すご|
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スゴ|

sugoku

[informal] very, really, tremendously (colloquial)

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さむ|
サム|

samui

cold, chilly (weather related)

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から
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カラ

kara

since, from, (conjunction for reason), (used like a sentence-final particle, describing reason, insistence, etc.)

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うーる
ウール
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ūru

wool

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no

(nominalization, possession, description, nominative case, sentence-final particle for interrogation, confirmation)

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ぼう|
ボウ|

bōshi

hat

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to

and, that (complementizer), with, (particle for juxtaposition), (conjunction for a conditional clause)

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まふらー
マフラー
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mafurā

scarf, muffler

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o

(accusative-case particle)

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motte iku

to take, to bring, to carry (away)

Here: to take, to bring

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ほうがいい
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ホウガイイ

hō ga ii

should, had better

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yo

(sentence-final particle for order, suggestion, request or attracting hearer's attention)

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