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中学の英語の問題について参考意見を下さい。 When he was a boy, bears were living in this forest. They often came to this lake for fish. と同じ意味になるように下記の空欄を埋めなさいという問題です。 When he was a boy, bears ( )( )living in this forest ( )( ) to this lake for fish. 私は、 When he was a boy, bears (were)(usually)living in this forest (and)(came) to this lake for fish. かな?と思うのですが如何でしょうか?解答がないので答えを見ることができません。


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何年生か分かりませんが、関係代名詞を既に習っているなら When he was a boy, bears which were living in this forest often came to this lake for fish. と書けばわかるかな? bears = they と気づけばOKです。



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