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以下の英文の日本語訳ができません。だれかお願いします。 (1)You don't really notice how special it is until death looks you in the eyes. (2)My sister and her friend jumped into our backyard pool to cool off. (3)My mom would always watch all of us very closely, but just for a minute, she had walked over to the other side of the yard to talk to my dad. (4)She told my sister to watch out for me, but my sister was busy laughing and having fun with her friend. (5)No one heard me because I was so little; there was hardly a splash.

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 こんにちは。 夏は水難事故に注意ですね。 1、死が眼前に迫る迄理解出来ない。 2、私の妹と彼女の友人は、冷やすために裏庭のプールに飛び込んだ。 3、母は注意深く私を見ている、しかし時には、父と話す為に裏側を歩いていた。 4、母は姉に私を見るように言ったが、友人と談笑していた。 5、私は小さかったから、転落した飛沫は小さく誰も気がつかなんだ。 では。

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回答ありがとうございます。 本当に水難事故って怖いですよね。 訳が全然わからなくて助かりました。 本当にありがとうございます。

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