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Describing a picture using がいます and があります

peevacorn

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Hey guys! I'm describing a picture using がいます and があります。
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Here's what I got so far:
きょしつにおんなのこがいます。
おんなのこはかたなをもっています。
しかし、かのじょのあたまのうえにごみばこがあります。

However, I'd like to add phrases 'Hence she doesn't see anything' and 'Around her are desks and chairs' but I'm not sure how to put it. I'd really appreciate if you could help me with the translation and possibly suggest what can I add to my description.
 

Mike Cash

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Hey guys! I'm describing a picture using がいます and があります。
View attachment 22425
Here's what I got so far:
きょしつにおんなのこがいます。
おんなのこはかたなをもっています。
しかし、かのじょのあたまのうえにごみばこがあります。

However, I'd like to add phrases 'Hence she doesn't see anything' and 'Around her are desks and chairs' but I'm not sure how to put it. I'd really appreciate if you could help me with the translation and possibly suggest what can I add to my description.
きょうしつ, not きょしつ

1. だから なにも みえません
2. まわり に デスク と いす が あります

I included spaces to make it clearer in case you want to look the words up. As you know, they don't belong there.

Is this for homework?
 

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possibly suggest what can I add to my description.
I don't know how much more you want to add but you could mention the chairs, the window, the blackboard, clock on the wall and even the lighting. Not to mention her clothes. And if you really want to go overboard you could start talking about things that aren't seen using your imagination. Like the mouse in the corner.
 
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