英語
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英語の質問です!🥺🥺
波線引いてあるところです!
They could play back at will ってどこにかかってますか?
the accidentについたらおかしいかなって思ってるんですけど

答えの訳では[意のままに再生することのできる、事故について〜]と書いてあるのですが
なぜ[、]で訳せるのでしょうか?

教えてください🙇‍♂️🙇‍♂️🙇‍♂️🙇‍♂️🙇‍♂️

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