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日本語訳がわかりません。だれか教えてください。お願いします。 (1)My mom says it felt as though someone tapped her on the shoulder, but when she turned around no one was there. (2)It was then that she noticed I wasn't in sight. (3)She saw me in the pool, kicking and waving my arms in the air, trying to keep my head above the water. (4)She held me in her arms and thanked God that I was all right.

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(1)母は、誰かが肩を軽く叩いたような気がした、しかし振り向くと誰もいなかったと言います。 (2) その時彼女は私が見えないことに気がついたのです。 (3) 彼女は、水の外へ頭を出していようと宙に手足を動かしているプールの中の私を見たのです。 (4)  彼女は両腕で私を抱きかかえて私が無事だったことを神に感謝しました。

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