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英語が苦手なのでまったくわからなくて困っています。・・・ I was moving about with my little mallards in the May green grass in our garden. I was squatting and quacking, "quahg, gegegeg, quahg, gegegeg." I was pleased that my little mallards were following me. Suddenly, I looked up and saw a group of tourists standing at the fence. They started at me in surprise. "Naturally!" I thought. All that they could see was a big man with a beard who was squatting, looking constantly over his shoulder, and even quacking. On the other hand, the little mallards, which could explain my strange behavior, were hidden in the tall grass from the view of the tourists. No wonder the tourists were surprised to see me. in the interest of ~のために move about 動き回る no wonder 無理もない "quahg, gegegeg" マガモの鳴き声

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私は、うちの庭の5月の緑の芝生で、私の小さいマガモと動き回っていた。 私はしゃがんでいて、「グァグァ、ガガガガ、グァグァ、ガガガガ」とガーガーいっていた、私の小さいマガモが私の後を追って来るので、私は嬉しかった。 突然、私は見上げると、一団の観光客がフェンスのところに立っているのが目に入った。 彼らは、驚いて私を見ていた。 「当然だー!」と、私は思った。 彼らが見ることができたのはただ、しゃがんで、絶えず彼の肩越しに目を配り、ガーガー鳴いてさえいるあごひげの大男だったのだから。 他方、小さいマガモ、(それで私の変なふるまいを説明することができたのだが)は、観光客の視界からは高い草に隠されていた。 観光客が私を見て驚いたのも不思議ではない。

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