Farmlandの例文や意味・使い方に関するQ&A

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Q: Many of our best-loved farmland birds, such as the skylark, the grey partridge, the lapwing and the corn bunting, have vanished from huge stretches of countryside, as have even more wild flowers and insects.

Please help me analyze the grammatical composition of this sentence

What’s the meaning of the word “as”?
A: "As" is used as a conjunction in this sentence, meaning it joins two clauses.

In this sentence, it means that the wildflowers and insects have also vanished.
Q: Some farmland in South Africa has traditionally been passed down from generation to generation among white people.

Does this sentence sound natural?
Q: The farmland has been passed down from generation to generation among white people.

Does this sentence sound natural?
A: @Citygirlknowsbest Okay thanks!
Q: This is an important farmland. Don't throw garbages over here. この表現は自然ですか?
A: It is almost correct, but you should write either "This is an important farm" or "This is important farmland".
The plural of the word "garbage" is also spelled the same way (garbage), so the sentence should be "Don't throw garbage [over] here." (Note that the word "over" in this sentence is optional.)
Q: There is a farmland of apples. この表現は自然ですか?
A: A better way to say it is 'There's an apple farm.'

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