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I ended up understanding much more Japanese than I could speak, but many Japanese refuse to believe that foreigners can learn their language (even their English textbooks placed a huge emphasis on the uniqueness of Japanese culture), so people always seemed comfortable talking about me in front of me, assuming I couldn’t understand them (even when I would respond to what they were saying). It made for a lot of awkward situations, It made forはどう訳せば良いでしょうか?よろしくお願いします


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”It made for ~ " 以下の 4. にある「~を生み出す」という意味で使われていると思います。 https://eow.alc.co.jp/search?q=make+for It made for a lot of awkward situations, 「それ(外国人が日本語を理解できないとする、多くの日本人の(誤った)認識)は、気まずい状況を何度ももたらした」





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  • made my workdays

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  • どなたか英語に詳しい方、日本語に翻訳してください。

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  • 英文の意味

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  • 和訳お願いします。

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