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My best friend lost her fiancé to brain cancer a month ago. He was 28, she’s 27. They had been together eight years and had planned to marry and have kids. We’re all grieving. However, I’m at a loss of how to help or where to direct my friend. direct my friendはどのような意味でしょうか?よろしくお願いします


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 direct my friendはどのような意味でしょうか?  私の友達を(どうすれば助けてあげられるか、どのように)導く(べきかということで迷っている)ということでしょう。  8年も寄り添って、結婚も子作りも視野に入れていた婚約者を癌で失った友達をどうして慰め、どの方向に導いて今後の支えになってあげられるかわからない、  ということだと思います。





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