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His mouth was wide open when he stared at us.を withを使って言い換えると He stared at me with his mouth was wide open. となるのですがなぜ、 usがmeになるのですか??

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 原文が at us となっていますかエア、言い換えも at us となるべきで、He stared at us with his mouth wide open と言えばいいと思います。  それより、言い換えには was は要りません。

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