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以下の文章がものすごく難しくてどう訳せばいいかわかりません。 だれか教えてください。お願いします。 (1)Even though these changes are seldom huge, and may not be apparent to others, you are likely to be very aware of them, and this can be confusing, all the more so because it is unexpected. (2)The re-adjustment period is usually rather short-lived, since home will never be as foreign to you as the foreign environment you adjusted to overseas. (2)の文は【比較構文 not as ~ as...】と書いてあります。どういうことでしょか? not as ~as... は「・・・ほど~ではない」という比較表現です。 上記の文ではnotがneverになっていて、asとasの間が形容詞1語ではなく、foreign to you と句の形になっている。 ↑と補足してあるんですが、よくわかりません。


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(1) たとえこれらの変化がめったに大きくなくて、他の人々にとって明らかでない場合があるとしても、あなたはそれらによく気付いている可能性があります、そして、これは混乱させるものになる場合があります、それが予想外なので、いっそう混乱させる要因となるのです。 (2) 再適応期間は通常むしろ短くて済みます、と言うのは、あなたが海外で適応した外国の環境ほど、母国は、あなたにとって異質なものではないからです。 ☆ (2)の文は not as ~ as の変形で never as ~ as となっています。「・・・ほど~ではない」→「決して・・・ほど~ではない」と考えればよいと思います。 foreign は foreign to の様な形で、叙述用法の形容詞として持ちて、「~と性質を異にして、相いれないで」と言った意味になります。以下のURL【形容詞】2.参照。 http://ejje.weblio.jp/content/foreign また、最後の方の the foreign environment [which] you adjusted to overseas あなたが海外で適応した(ところの)外国の環境 ← you adjusted to the foreign environment overseas あなたは海外で外国の環境に適応した の様になっています。



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