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英語の教科書の一部でわからないとこがあるので教えてください (1)but it wasn`t always like that (2)becuse he was attracted to the connection with the audience (3)‘thanks to my performances’he says ‘i can communicate directly with people’ (4)tezuka explains that audiences react differently in different countries. (5)‘in japan peple watch me like they are watching tv’ この5つがわからないので訳がわかるかた教えてください(*_*)

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こんばんわ。 (1)しかし、それは、必ずしも、そのようではなかった。 (2)というのは、彼は、観客との関わりに魅力を感じたからである。 (3)「私の演奏では」彼は言う...「私は人々と直接対話することが可能である。」 (4)手塚は説明する。「観客は、異なる国では、異なる反応をする。」 (5)「日本では、人々は、テレビを見ているかのように、私を見守る。」 (2)のthanks to 「のために」の意味ですが、上のように訳しました。

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