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The Japanese title kyoo-wa benri? you might be tempted to translate as "today is convenient," but Japanese don't use benri with "today" like we do in English. benri means a thing is convenient to use, or a place is convenient to live. If you want to say, "Today is convenient for me," it's better to say, "きょうは つごうが いいです". (tsugoo ga ii is a fixed expression meaning "circumstances are good.")
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