Original and Japanese translation

When she had finished her meal, and was about to go back to the road of yellow brick, she was startled to hear a deep groan near by.

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"What was that?" she asked timidly.

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"I cannot imagine," replied the Scarecrow; "but we can go and see."

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Just then another groan reached their ears, and the sound seemed to come from behind them.

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They turned and walked through the forest a few steps, when Dorothy discovered something shining in a ray of sunshine that fell between the trees.

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She ran to the place and then stopped short, with a little cry of surprise.

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One of the big trees had been partly chopped through, and standing beside it, with an uplifted axe in his hands, was a man made entirely of tin.

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His head and arms and legs were jointed upon his body, but he stood perfectly motionless, as if he could not stir at all.

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Dorothy looked at him in amazement, and so did the Scarecrow, while Toto barked sharply and made a snap at the tin legs, which hurt his teeth.

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Reference : The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum(project gutenberg)
English – Japanese parallel text, handwriting-based foreign language learning