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Sentence #288864

He has access to the American Embassy.

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tā yǒuquán chūrù Měiguó dàshǐguǎn 。
彼[かれ] は[] アメリカ大使館[あめりかたいしかん] に[] 出入り[でいり] し[] て[] いる[] 。[]
彼[かれ] は[] アメリカ大使館[あめりかたいしかん] に[] 自由[じゆう] に[] 出入り[でいり] できる[] 。[]