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彼は、父母に対してよりもXXXに対して懐かしさを感じます。 He feels nostalgia to XXX better than to his mother and father.


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He feels nostalgia to XXX better than to his mother and father. http://eow.alc.co.jp/search?q=feel+nostalgia He has much more nostalgic feelings for XXX than his parents. http://eow.alc.co.jp/search?q=have+nostalgic+feelings



ありがとうございます。 nostalgicと相性のよい表現は、feelとhaveなのですね。 better than to がいいですね。 お礼が遅くなり失礼いたしました。2つ回答いただき大変参考になりました。

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He doesn't feel nostalgia to his mother or to his father, as much as he does to XXX.



ありがとうございます。 文法大変勉強になります。 お礼が遅くなりました。

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He feels nostalgia to XXX much more than to his mother or father.



much more than to という表現いいですね。 早速添削いただきありがとうございました。 お礼遅くなってすみません。 ありがとうございました!


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