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[]の中の単語を和訳に沿って並べかえる問題です。 →の後に[]を並べかえた私の考えた答えを書きました。 ところどころ自信がないです(^-^; 注意はしていますが、誤字があったら指摘お願いします(..) 答えの訂正やアドバイスをお願いしますm(__)m --------------------- 1.電車が止まったのは嵐のせいだった。 [the trains/the storm/it/were/was/that/because/of] stopped. →It was because of the storm that the trains were 2.18世紀末に産業革命が起こったのはイギリスにおいてであった。 [in Britain/that/it/at the end of/the Industrial Revolution/was/began] the eighteenth century. →It was began that the Industrial Revolution in Britain at the end of 3.家に着いて初めて、彼女は歯医者の予約のことを思い出した。 [until/remembered/arrived home/not/she/she/her appointment/it/was/that] with the dentist's. →It was not until she arrived home that she remembered her appointment 4.この新しい制度を作ったのは誰ですか。 [that/it/this innovation/who/was/made]? →Who was it that made this innovation


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1 正解 2 It was in Britain that the Industrial Revolution began at the end of *in Britain の強調構文 3 正解 4 正解



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