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|叫んで||Te Form of 叫ぶ (to call)|
|村の方||the direction of village|
How to read this sentence step by step?
|Step 1: Find the subject/topic of this sentence by the particle は or が.|
In this sentence, the topic is 少年
|Step 2: Find the verb of this sentence. (Usually, the verb is in the end of the sentence.)|
In this sentence, the verb is 走っていきました
(Meaning: to run toward)
|Step 3: Find the object of this verb by particle を.|
There is no を. But we found へ. It’s used to mark the direction that the boy ran toward.
So the verb’s direction is 村の方
|Step 4: Combine everything we find in the steps above.|
The boy ran toward the direction of village.
|Step 5: Figure out the “sub part” of this sentence.|
Therefore, although the boy can’t see anything that looks like wolves, he called at the top of his voice that “It’s the wolf, it’s the wolf!” and ran toward the direction of village.
1.と can be used to quote something. So 「狼だ！狼だ！」と叫んで quotes “what the boy is calling”.
2.the Te Form can be used to express “the statement when you do something”. Here, 叫んで means that the boy was running and at the same time, he was calling.
|〜らしい||means “look like”.|
So 狼らしいもの means “things that look like wolves”
|何も〜ない||used to completely neglect something.|
|〜を限りに||means “at the top of”|
So 声を限りに means “at the top of his voice”
|〜ていく||go toward….〜ていきます is the polite form of 〜ていく，〜ていきました is the past tense form of 〜ていきます|