1.Plants and animals must be able to get along with very little water to exist in the dresert. 2.She must have missed her train. 3.It is strange that you should make such a mistake.
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1.Plants and animals must be able to get along with very little water to exist in the desert. 砂漠で生存していくために、動植物はほんの僅かな水でしのいでいかなくてはならない。 2.She must have missed her train. 彼女は列車に乗り遅れたに違いない。 3.It is strange that you should make such a mistake. 君がこのような間違いを犯すとは不思議だ。
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