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Please do not put the hand in the water tank.

X Belugas look like smiling everytime.

Tim says:

There are two problems here:

“Look like” means 似る. Do belugas resemble smiling? To mean みたい, as in 「笑っているみたい」, you need to add “they’re”.

“Everytime” (or, really “every time”, two words) means 毎回。Do you mean that, every time you see a beluga on the street, he or she is smiling? The English for いつも is “all the time”.

O Belugas look like they’re smiling all the time. O Belugas always look like they’re smiling.


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