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「中山{なかやま}さんは普段{ふだん}からよく運動{うんどう}するようにしています。」 「普段から」 means "routinely" here. You have made a habit of doing something on a regular basis. We also use 「日頃{ひごろ}から」 and 「常{つね}日頃から」 for virtually the same meaning. We never say 「普通{ふつう}から」 to mean "doing something on a regular basis". You can, however, say something like: 「中山さんは普通(は)毎日1時間運動しますが、...


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「一手{いって}のさで、私どもの勝{か}ちです。」 It seems your listening comprehension is good. You caught every single word at least. It is just that the 「さ」 is 「差{さ}」 meaning "difference". The word 「さて」 is not used here. 「一手の差で」, therefore, means "by the difference of a single move". "It is our victory by the difference of a single move." No part of the sentence is ...


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