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My father began dating four years after my mother passed away from a terrible bout with cancer. He and I have always been close; in fact, I have always considered him to be one of my best friends. But since he started dating he has changed. I just traveled across the country for a family funeral and discovered that he has a new love in his life, and that he flew her out to see all of our extended family. My dying grandmother got to meet her, but I didn't even know her name! flew her outはどのような意味でしょうか?あと、got toはcouldに置き換えられるでしょうか?よろしくお願いします

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1。flew her outはどのような意味でしょうか?  彼女の航空費を負担して、遠い親戚にまで顔を見せた。 2。あと、got toはcouldに置き換えられるでしょうか?  はい。ただ前者だと「いろいろ障害があったが、それらを乗り越えて何とか(会った)」という意味が加わります。後者だとただ「会えた」でしょう。

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