下記の英文について教えてください。

I'd say a good definition of overtourism is when there are s...

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1。is の後に接続詞の that が省略されており、when は副詞節になりますか?

 省略されているとすれば、is の後に、 the time when で始まる節を仮定するのが普通です。

2。ですので、there are ~ の文は so ~ that 構文と考えています。

 というより、 甲 is 乙、という構文でしょう。

3。上記の解釈は間違っていますでしょうか?
 
 いいえ、訳は「甲 is 乙」になっていますから、正しいと思います。
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