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He would often think out loud while I was there . Of course, he could have been talking to a bed or a chair just as easily. But it was now a habit was slower than his. But that served to make his own ideas come faster and brighter. This was my part in our relationship. When I arrived at Baker Street, I found him sitting in his armchair. His face deep in thought . It was clear that he was considering some difficult problem. He waved his hand for me to sit down. It was nearly a half hour before he finally looked up. Then he quickly turned to me and smiled. He welcomed me back to what was once my home. he could have been talking to a bed or a chair just as easily. He welcomed me back to what was once my home.上の二行の文でまず、could have been talking 、 just as easily、訳し方がわかりません。また、back to 、what was once my home 訳し方がわかりません。宜しくお願いします。


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1。下手な訳     彼は、私が居る間も大声で考えを言った。もちろん、ベッドや椅子に話かけるも同然だった。しかしもう習慣になり、しかもその習慣は彼の考えより遅くなった。と同時に彼自身の考えは早く優れた物になっていった。ま、こんなところが彼と私の関係だ。    私がベーカー通りに着いた時、彼は安楽椅子に座っていた。深い思いにふけりながら。彼が何か難しい問題と取り組んでいるのは明らかだった。彼は手真似で私に座るよう勧めた。もうすぐ30分も経ったと言う時彼はついに顔を上げた。急に私に顔を向け微笑んだ。私がかつて住んでいた家に彼は私を迎え入れたのである。 2。  he could have been talking to a bed or a chair just as easily. He welcomed me back to what was once my home.上の二行の文でまず、could have been talking 、 just as easily、訳し方がわかりません。 (1)   彼(にとって)は、(わたしが反応しなかったし、また彼も反応を期待していなかったから、私にではなく)ベッドや椅子(のような器物)に話しかけているのも同然だった 。また、back to 、what was once my home 訳し方がわかりません。宜しくお願いします (2)  一度(=むかし)私の家だった所に帰って、、、>かつて私の住んでいた家に帰って     ここの what は先行詞を含む関係代名詞です。



回答ありがとうございます。could have 過去分詞は仮定法過去完了の表現で、「~だったらよかったのにな」のように考えてしまい、うまく訳せなかったのです。参考になりました。また、宜しくお願いします。

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    #1です。補足です。 >>   彼は、私が居る間も大声で考えを言った。もちろん、ベッドや椅子に話かけるも同然だった。しかしもう習慣になり、しかもその習慣は彼の考えより遅くなった。と同時に彼自身の考えは早く優れた物になっていった。ま、こんなところが彼と私の関係だ。     これは名実共に「下手な訳」でしたのでちょっと説明します。     口に出して喋る、これはある速さより速くはなりません、「そんなに早口で言っては聞き取れないよ」などとよく聞くのでも分かるように 制限があります。      これに反して「考える」速度には、もしあっても、喋るのとは比較にならないほど速いと思います。理解のスピードも同じで「音読」より「黙読」の方が遥かに速いと思います。    この最初のパラグラフは、「話す」速度と「考える」速度の差がますます大きくなり、その反面「考え」の内容は、スピードを増すにつれて賢明さ、鋭さ、を増した、と言うことだと思います。





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