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  1. Sorry, I try to go through the videos line by line until I understand, so I have another question.

    Are we saying: “Summer is over and autumn has come?”

    1. “違う” here means “No, it’s not.” “違う” usually means “different”, but we also often use it when we want to say something is “not right” or “not correct”.

      1. Thank you!

        Out of curiosity, are there any videos with translations?

        Either way, your content is extremely helpful. Seriously, thank you so much.

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