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It is the biggest city in the state - in fact, with over 8 million people it is the biggest city in the United States. このwithはどういう意味ですか? 仮定法でしょうか。 よろしくお願いします。


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  • 回答No.2
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withがないと、over 8 million peopleは浮いてしまいますね。何らかの前置詞(句)か接続詞が必要であり、単なる付帯条件といった場合にはwithが使えることが多いです。


  • 回答No.1

こんばんは 文章のつながりがよくわかりませんが、難しく考えず、人口8百万人を超えるアメリカ最大の都市であるというように理解されたら良いと思います。 以下URLの4つ目の用法でしょうか。 http://eow.alc.co.jp/with/UTF-8/



ありがとうございます。 ニューヨークについて書かれた文です。 ふとwithが何なのか疑問に思いました。


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