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今日/三条くん/の/会社/から/なかった/こと/に/してくれ/って/連絡/あった/らしくて。 Apparently, we have been contacted today by Sanjo's company, and they told us to act as if it didn't happen


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Ignore my suggestion in the comments! Actually I think the way you should interpret this is "what difference does it make if he's riding the train?" Grammatically some key points are: 乗ってたら is a contraction is 乗っていたら, which is a condition of 乗っている ("is riding") なんだっていうんだ is kind of a set expression for "what difference does it make?" それがどうした is another ...


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