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英語 整序問題

1, Nonody ((1)have(2)his abilities(3)likes(4)questioned(5)to) by his boss. 2, After the American Revolution of 1776, those who had supported Britain ((1)found(2)unable(3)to(4)stay(5)themselves) in the new United States. 3, We are talking about a famous film which is on next week and I say to a friend of mine : "Let's go ((1)that(2)and(3)be(4)supposed(5)see(6)film(7)to) very good." 4, The secretary ((1)tell(2)what had happened(3)forget to(4)while he(5)her boss) was away. 上記4つの整序問題の答えを教えて下さい。

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  • Him-hymn
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補足 1も、打ち間違っていました NonodyではなくNobodyです 気づきませんでした。そのままコピペしてしまいました。

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すみませんでした ありがとうございました^ ^

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  • Him-hymn
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1, Nonody likes to have his abilities questioned by his boss. 2, After the American Revolution of 1776, those who had supported Britain found themselves unable to stay in the new United States. 3, We are talking about a famous film which is on next week and I say to a friend of mine : "Let's go and see that film supposed to be very good." →この答のつながりは悪いですが、とりあえずーー 4, 回答不可能です→forgetがforgotなら. . . The secretary forgot to tell her boss what happened while he was away. 以上、ご参考になればと思います。

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ご回答ありがとうございます。 4はforgotでした、打ち間違っていました。 助かりました、ありがとうございます。

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1も、打ち間違っていました NonodyではなくNobodyです

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