I understood that all those tiring days Mama spent climbing hills through remote villages were nothing compared to what she could still do.
prep. (介係詞 preposition)
The river runs through our village.
She got the position through her older brother.
They became unemployed through no fault of their own.
He read through the manuscript.
She has traveled through Europe.
We all got through our examinations.
I'll be staying at camp for five days, Monday through Friday.
ad. (副詞 adverb)
This train goes through to Paris.
They played cards the whole night through.
Can you put me through to Mrs. Lodge?
You shouldn't have gone out in the rain -- you're wet through.
a. (形容詞 adjective)
I'll take a through train.
Are you through with your letter?
He is through with smoking.
Pearl and I are through.
句尾的"what she could still do"是說什麼
what she could still do