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14 Aug 07:46 AM

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「差し込む」
1.臭いは窓から差し込んだ。The bad smell is seeping from the window
2.貯金箱にお金を差し込んだ。I've placed the money into the savings box.
3.雨が強いので、水が窓から差し込んだ。The rain was so strong, that water started to seep in from the window.

※「差し込む」代わりに「入って」を使っていいですか? それで、日本の文は自然ですか?
Can I use 「入って」instead of 「差し込む」?Also, are my Japanese sentences natural?

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