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When he traveled inside his country on holiday,he always took it with him. itは彼が飼っている犬です。 私の訳 休日に国内へ旅行へ行くとき、彼はいつも犬を連れてた。 大意   休暇で国内を旅行する時は、彼はいつも犬を連れて行った。 with him がわかりません。どういう役目なのでしょうか? When he traveled without his dog, Churchill made one of his servants bring it to the station to meet him. itはチャーチルが飼ってる犬です。 私の訳では、会わせるために。となったのですが 大意では、迎えるために。 となっていました meetにはそういう意味もあるのでしょうか? One day, Churchill was coming back from a trip. His servant was traveling with him got out of the train just after him. 私の訳 ある日、旅行から、チャーチルが帰っていた。彼の~~ 大意  ある日、旅行から帰り着いた時の事だった。彼の~~ になっていました。どう訳せば大意の用になるのでしょうか? ただの過去進行形?にしか見えない!

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傘などのように携行するものには with に持ち主を続けることが多いです。犬の場合は微妙なのですが、「片時も離れることがない」という意味を強めるために with を使っているでしょう。 旅行から帰った時に駅まで犬を連れて来させるということなので、「出迎える」でいいと思います。辞書にもその意味が出ています。「会う」では、すぐに別れて旅行を継続するような意味になってしまいます。「一旦は帰宅して、次の旅行までは犬と過ごす」と読み取るのが自然だと思います。 訳と大意には大差がないと思います。どちらでも誤解なく伝わります。進行形にしてあるのは、電車が駅に到着した時のことであり、まだ家には着いていないからです。「帰る途中のことだった」とすればどうでしょうか?

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