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YOU SAID:

The noise came from a woodpecker, methodically pulling bark from the dead branches of a young beech with repeated heaves of his entire body.

INTO JAPANESE

その騒音はキツツキから来たもので、体全体をくり返しながら若いブナの死んだ枝から樹皮を系統的に引き抜いたものです。

BACK INTO ENGLISH

The noise comes from the woodpecker, and it is a systematic withdrawal of the bark from the dead branches of the young beech while repeating the entire body.

INTO JAPANESE

騒音はキツツキから来る、そしてそれは体全体を繰り返しながら若いブナの死んだ枝からの樹皮の系統的な回収である。

BACK INTO ENGLISH

The noise comes from the woodpecker, which is a systematic recovery of the bark from the dead branches of young beech while repeating the whole body.

INTO JAPANESE

騒音はキツツキから来ます、それは全身を繰り返しながら若いブナの死んだ枝からの樹皮の系統的な回復です。

BACK INTO ENGLISH

The noise comes from the woodpecker, which is a systematic recovery of the bark from the dead branches of young beech while repeating the whole body.

Equilibrium found!

That didn't even make that much sense in English.

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