Tom wrote the novel.
A coin was found there.
The Dragons won?
This is a watch.
He named the dog Pero.
He is called Ken.
She will meet Tom.
He sent her a ring.
Bob made a ship with paper.
The book was written by Meg.
She likes this color.
This is Tom's coffee.
He wore a ring on this finger.
His mother smiled.
Lisa touched Tama.
§74 関係代名詞の What ＋ S ＋ be
Love aspects a person for what he or she is.
The world is different place from what is was when we were young.
A man's worth lies not in what he has but in what he is.
[What crops survived the long drought] perished in the subsequent inundation.
All the crops that survived the long drought perished ...
前置詞＋名詞をwhen, where, how, why, thatという一語で置き換え、それを先頭に移動させる
He was born in the village. → the village where he was born 前置詞 in は省かれる
He was born on the day. → the day when he was born 前置詞 on は省かれる
You cannot consent for the reason. → Tell me the reason why you cannot consent.
✖️That is the way how he accomplished it.
先行詞 the way と 関係副詞 how はどちらかを省略しないといけない
That is the way he accomplished it.
That is how he accomplished it.
She is [what I consider refined. ]
Do you know [what his answer is?]
[What he had done] made his father angry.
He showed the world [what seemed to us an age,] the lifeboat reached the drowning man.
The sailors didn't know [from what country skills and jewels had originally come.]
< As Jackson senses the impact of [what he is saying] on the audience, > he speaks even more forcefully.
Embrace the word of God, for it will make you strong.
She works during the day, and goes to school at night.
First, boil the water, and add the noodles.
... water and then add ... または、センテンスをピリオドで切り、新たに Thenで始めるならOK
A sudden heavy rain came and pedestrians ran for cover.
I've been working all day and (=but) I'm still faced with a huge backlog.
Just give us the necessary information, and we'll do the rest.
If you give us the necessary information, we'll do the rest.
Jack didn't tell me about the party, nor did his wife tell me.
✖️nor his wife did not tell me
I like this but I don't like that.
It's not what he said, but it's what he didn't say.
I have eaten nothing but frozen food and take-outs for the last two weeks.
We can eat out or we can stay at home and have some food delivered.
He's in between jobs, or, more correctly, he's out of job.
Hurry up, or we'll miss the flight.
Generally, deserts are known to be hot and dry, yet many plants grow there.
従って、以下のようにbut で十分なのにyet を使うと違和感がある
✖️She said she would arrive at ten o'clock yet she arrived late.
The famous ramen shop was closed, so we had to go to another ramen place.
(注) 書き言葉の場合、therefore 単体では二つのセンテンスを結ぶ力がないので、ピリオドを打ってThereforeで始めるか、andと組み合わせて使う
✖️The shop was closed, therefore...
◯ what I am searching for
✖️for what I am searching