Kaze ga furu and Ame ga furu. The wind is blowing and the rain is falling. Are the two sentences written correctly? TYVM.

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    "Assume"? Is there any particular reason you didn't even use a dictionary? – naruto Jul 6 '17 at 11:19
  • @naruto, I used a dictionary, but it seems that furu is more of a doing meaning. – TutorJack-YouTube Jul 6 '17 at 11:27

Perhaps you mistook fuku for furu about the wind?

Usually, it is fuku (吹く) for wind and furu (降る) for rain.

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