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條件子句秒殺大口訣: 存現過味增. 八級滿分速成口訣


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五大句型之第四類受詞補語動詞之全面性探討攻略口訣. 八級滿分速成訣竅!

 


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英文五大句型速成4-1: 【受詞補語動詞之感覺動詞】秒懂八級滿分神功


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英文12時態速成1: 簡單式及進行式的秒懂八級滿分技巧


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【周深】英文竟然教得這麼好! 一秒鐘五個字學會所有副詞及句型. 立即考過八級像深深一樣棒! Singer reaction: Zhou Shen


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【周深】的英文實在無與倫比! 一秒鐘學會所有英文介系詞! Singer reaction: Zhou Shen


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秒解英文五大句型: 立即搞懂 be 動詞 第三類連綴動詞 八級考試馬上通過


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英文文法速成: 五大句型之深入探討: 及物和不及物動詞的絕對重要性


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英文文法五大句型速成1:及物. 不及物動詞原來這麼重要!立即破解!


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【周深】英文竟然這麼棒! 一秒鐘學會世界最長英文單字. 立即考過八級像深深一樣棒!


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【周深】英文太棒了! 一分鐘記完英文12時態神速大口訣. 立即考過八級像深深一樣強!


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SEE, WATCH, HEAR, LISTEN, FEEL, SMELL, NOTICE, OBSERVE + object + bare infinitive

After verbs of perception (see, watch, hear, listen, feel, smell, notice, observe etc.), the infinitive expresses a completed action:

I felt the ground shake once. (I felt it as the ground shook once.)
I saw the burglar climb over the fence and break into the house. (I saw that the burglar climbed over the fence and broke into the house.)
I have never heard them play that song before. (I have never heard that song played by them before.)

In the passive voice, we use a to-infinitive:

The burglar was seen to climb over the fence.

A present participle after these verbs refers to an action continuing over a period of time:

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Uses of the bare infinitive

The word to is frequently used with an infinitive, but it is not an essential part or sign of it. When an infinitive is used without the marker to it is called a bare infinitive.

Uses of the bare infinitive

The infinitive is used without to after certain verbs like bid, let, make, see, hear, need, dare etc.

  • bade him go. (NOT I bade him to go.)
  • Let him sit there. (NOT Let him to sit there.)
  • She made me cry. (NOT She made me to cry.)
  • I heard him sing a lovely song. (NOT I heard him to sing a lovely song.)

The bare infinitive is also used after the verbs will, would, shall, should, may, might, can, could and must.

  • will wait. (NOT I will to wait.)
  • You must obey my instructions. (NOT You must to obey my instructions.)
  • He can speak five languages. (NOT He can to speak five languages.)
  • You should come to school in time. (NOT You should to come to school in time.)

The infinitive is also used without to after had better, would rather, sooner than and rather than.

  • You had better ask his permission. (NOT You had better to ask his permission.)
  • would rather die than surrender. (NOT I would rather to die than surrender.)
  • He would rather play than work.

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Depending on context they could have the same or slightly different meanings

I have finished

would be said after completing a task either very recently or some time in the recent past

I am finished

would be said after very recently completing a task.

It can also have the meaning of hopelessness as a person faces impending doom

I've lost everything, I'm finished.

or drawing a dramatic end to a relationship

She said she was finished with her boyfriend.


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Jason小教室: State 和 Status 的區別
口訣 : state: status = 條件狀態 : 地位情勢

state及status的差別?

state is to describe the condition of someone or something in a particular situation.
Status is often referred to as on what rung of the social ladder you are, or the rank of someone's position in a community or company, or is also used to describe how a process goes and how far has the process gone. For example, I may regularly check in with a school about in what stage my application for admission is at, and I'm talking about the status of this application.

 

status 指人時暗指相對的地位,指物時相當於 situation。

state 人或物存在或所處的狀態,和 condition 大體上可以互換使用。

situation 較狹義地指由環境綜合決定的特定時間上的狀態或情形。

condition 指一定的原因/條件或環境所產生的特定情況。

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when and while 用法口訣第一次整理
口訣: 長短口訣
背誦: (when)當時, 前後, 短短的; (while,when)背景一起, (while)長長的
解釋:
當時:「在...歲時、在...時期When I was 10, I earned pocket money by folding clothes for my family.
前後: 時間差的情況,除了 before / after 以外,還可以用 when:The burglar started to run when he saw that there was a police officer at the corner.
短短的: 兩個動作是「短的、瞬間的」I saw him when I took off my sunglasses.
背景一起:引領的子句是「一個背景動作」的時候,when 跟 while 都可以。I heard the doorbell ring when / while my mom was preparing dinner.
長長的: 如果兩個動作都是「長的」動作,則常用 while。I was folding the clothes while my husband was ironing.

 

 

 

when 跟 while 都可以用的時候

當引領的子句是「一個背景動作」的時候,when 跟 while 都可以使用。

什麼是背景動作呢?例如:I heard the doorbell ring when / while my mom was preparing dinner.(當我媽媽在準備晚餐的時候,我聽到門鈴響。)

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【這間店關了,英文是 “The shop is close.” or “The shop is closed.”?】

【這間店關了,英文是 “The shop is close.” or “The shop is closed.”?】
接續昨天的主題,店開門了要說The shop is open. 那店關門(休息)了該選擇以下哪句才對呢?
(1) The shop is close.
(2) The shop is closed.
●以上兩句,在文法上也都沒有問題,但句子的意思完全不同。
(1) The shop is close. → “Close” is used here as an “adjective” to mean “near in space;not far away or distant”.
close為形容詞時,解釋為 “距離近的;不遠的”,故例句(1)其實就是The shop is nearby. 的意思,跟店休息了無關。
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●例句(2) “The shop is closed.” 才是店關門(休息)的意思。
(2) The shop is closed. = The shop is shut;The shop is not open.

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冠詞用法小結

冠詞用法小結

冠詞的用法在英語學習中較為複雜,千頭萬緒,尤其是慣用法,請同學們平時學習時注意積累。以下不過是談談冠詞的一些常規的用法。

一、 不定冠詞的用法:

1、 泛指人或事物的類別,相當於any, 如:

A hammer is tool. A steel worker makes steel.

2、 泛指某人或某物。

A boy is waiting for you. There is a book on your desk.

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