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【In order to 用法】In order to vs In order that 分別係咩?【文法懶人包】

今天,小編就要用一篇文章,解決大家疑難! In order to 用法 “in order to” 是一個短語,用於表示目的或原因。它可以用於各種句型中,如主句、經過句、從句等。通常與動詞連用,表示為了某個目的或原因而採取行動。例如: “I will study harder in order to get a good grade.”(我會努力學習為了得到好成績)。 在目的狀語中,”in order to” 用於表示為了達成某個目的而採取的行動,常與 will, would, can, could, may, might, shall, should, must 等動詞連用。例如:”He will wake up early in order to catch the first train.”(他會早起為了趕上第一班火車)。 在解釋原因中,”in order to” 用於表示為了某個原因而採取的行動,常與 explain, justify, account for 等動詞連用。例如:”He explained the situation in order to clear up the confusion.”(他解釋了情況為了澄清困惑)。 總的來說,”in order to” 是一個很有用的短語,可以用於表達目的和原因,幫助我們更好地表達自己的意思。 用法一:目的 “in order to” 用於目的狀語是一種常見的用法,它表示為了達成某個目的而採取的行動。 它通常與 will, would, can, could, may, might, shall, should, must 等動詞連用,例如: “I will study harder in order to get a good grade.”(我會努力學習為了得到好成績)。 在這種用法中,”in order to” 前面的動詞通常表示將要發生的行動,而”in order to” 後面的狀語則表示目的或原因。這種用法非常有用,因為它可以清楚地表達人們的意圖和計劃。 例如,一個人可能會說: “I will wake up early in order to catch the first train.”(我會早起為了趕上第一班火車)。在這個句子中,動詞”will wake up” 表示將要發生的行動,而”in order to catch the first train” 表示目的。 另一個例子是:”He would exercise regularly in order to maintain good health.”(他會定期鍛煉為了保持健康)。在這個句子中,動詞”would exercise” 表示將要發生的行動,而”in order to maintain good health” 表示目的。 除此之外,”in order to” 還可以用於表示不同程度的打算和決定,例如: “I can go to the party in order to see my friends.”(我可以去派對看朋友),”I should finish the report in order to avoid deadline pressure.”(我應該完成報告以避免期限壓力)。 總而言之,”in order to” 用於目的狀語是一種常見且非常有用的用法,它可以幫助我們清楚地表達自己的意圖和計劃,強調採取行動的原因。在使用 “in order to” 時,需要注意它前面的動詞和後面的狀語之間的關系,以確保表達的意思清晰明確。 用法二:解釋原因 “in order to” 用於解釋原因是另一種常見的用法,它表示為了某個原因而采取的行動。 通常與 explain, justify, account for 等動詞連用。 例如: “He explained the situation in order to clear up the confusion.” (他解釋了情況為了澄清困惑)。 在這種用法中,“in order to” 前面的動詞通常表示解釋或說明的動作,而“in order to” 後面的狀語則表示解釋或說明的原因。 這種用法非常有用,因為它可以清楚地表達人們解釋事情的原因。 例如,一個人可能會說: “I will explain the situation in order to avoid misunderstanding.” (我會解釋情況以避免誤解)。 在這個句子中,動詞“will explain” 表示解釋的動作,而“in order to avoid misunderstanding” 表示解釋的原因。 另一個例子是:“He would justify his actions in order to avoid criticism.” (他會解釋他的行為以避免批評)。 在這個句子中,動詞“would justify” 表示解釋的動作,而“in order to avoid criticism” 表示解釋的原因。 此外, “in order to” 也可以用於表示解釋某件事情的原因,例如:“I can account for my absence in order to explain my reasons.” (我可以解釋我的缺席原因), “I should justify my decisions in order to make them understandable.” (我應該解釋我的決定以使它們易于理解)。 總而言之,“in order to” 用於解釋原因是一種常見且非常有用的用法,它可以説明我們清楚地表達為什麼要進行某個動作,或為什麼要解釋某件事情。  在使用 “in order to” 時,需要注意它前面的動詞和後面的狀語之間的關系,以確保表達的意思清晰明確。 In Order To 例句集數 他會提早到達機場為了避免延誤。 (He will arrive at the airport early in order to avoid delay.) 我會儘早寄出這封信為了確保它能按時抵達。 (I will send this letter as soon as possible in order to ensure it arrives on time.) 她會準備好簡報為了贏得商業合同。 (She will prepare the presentation well in order to win the business contract.) 我們會加強訓練為了提高我們的競爭力。 (We will strengthen our training in order to improve our competitiveness.) 他會給我解釋原因為了消除我的疑慮。 (He will explain the reasons to me in order to eliminate my doubts.) in order to vs in order that 首先需要注意的是,”in order that” 和 “in order to” 在翻譯上是相同的,都翻譯為「為了」。不同之處在於使用方式上。”in order that” 用於構成目的狀語從句,表明主句行為的目的,而 “in order to” 用於構成目的狀語,不構成從句。 例如: “I get up early in order that I can catch the early bus.” (我很早就起床為了能趕上早班車。) “I get up early in order to catch the early bus.” (我很早就起床為了趕上早班車。) “He works hard in order that he can obtain a higher position.” (為了能升職,他努力工作。) “He works hard in order to obtain a higher position.” (為了升職,他努力工作。) 總之,兩者都可以用來表達為了達成某個目的而采取的行動,但在句法上有所不同,需要根據上下文和句子結構選擇使用。 如果大家有什麼英文問題,如Spencer Lam, 好唔好咁樣學英文呀? 或者IELTS考試,成人英文/商業英文的知識及英文資源,歡迎你可以隨時再跟我多交流一下,可以Follow 「Spencer Lam English Team」 Facebook page同IG得到更多英文資訊,亦都可以上 https://spencerlam.hk/ 了解更多!

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【as long as 用法】仲有as soon/well/far as 意思【一文解決】

大家可能很清楚as…as就是一樣的意思。 例如:as large as 一樣大的意思 as small as  一樣細的意思。 不過,as long as 是不是一樣長的意思呢? as soon as?as well as?as far as又是什麼? 今天,小編就要用一篇文章,解決大家疑難! As long as 用法 As long as 只要… as long as 最常用於條件句當中,意思是「只要…就…」,例如「只要達成A,B就會成立」。另一個用法是「長達…」的意思,可用於時間之前,以下提供幾句例句分別是 as long as 的三種意思和用法 : 持續發生直到另一件事情結束 “As long as” 用來表示 只要(在一段時間內)…就會… 例句: I will keep helping you as long as the project is done 只要項目完成,我就會繼續幫助你 只要(達成某件事)…就可以 “As long as” 可以用來表示 只要(達成某件事)…就可以 變相as long as 可以有條件句的味道 例句: As long as you study hard, you will pass the exam. 只要你努力學習,你就會通過考試。 長達…(時間) 這個用法就跟大家之前對as…as的用法一致。 與xx一樣長 例句: This meeting is as long as 3 hours. 這次會議長達3個小時。 As soon as 用法 Soon的意思是 「很快」 例句: I will call you soon 我一會兒會打你電話 有例如大家以前很喜歡在書信末段, I am looking forward to seeing you soon 我期待著很快見到你 立即發生 “As soon as” 用來表示在某件事情發生後立即發生另一件事情。 例句 I’ll call you as soon as I get home 我回家後會立即打電話給你 又例如: your order will be served as soon as possible 您的訂單將盡快送達 As well as 用法 和 這個用法類似in addition, also, too She has invited Jill as well as Kate. 她邀請了Jill和Kate。 When they go to Austria, they like walking as well as skiing. 當他們去奧地利時,他們喜歡散步和滑雪。 As far as 用法 就…而言 最常用的combination就是: as far as I know He isn’t coming today, as far as I know. 據我所知,他今天不來。 as far as I can tell There’s been no change, as far as I can tell. 依我看,一直都沒有變化。 as far as I am concerned She can come whenever she likes, as far as I’m concerned. 就我而言,她甚麼時候想來都可以。 如果大家有什麼英文問題,如Spencer Lam, 好唔好咁樣學英文呀? 或者IELTS考試,成人英文/商業英文的知識及英文資源,歡迎你可以隨時再跟我多交流一下,可以Follow 「Spencer Lam English Team」 Facebook page同IG得到更多英文資訊,亦都可以上 https://spencerlam.hk/ 了解更多!

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【Gerund Infinitive 用法】原來有6個動詞有古怪!【文法全攻略】

Infinitive and Gerund 大全 你係咪係對幾時用Infinitive and Gerund感到困擾? go 後面用 to infinitive 定 gerund? stop 後面用 to infinitive 定 gerund? 有見及此,小編為大家整理了這篇Infinitive and Gerund 攻略,並附上大量例子! Infinitive and Gerund Gerund 中文是動名詞 Infinitive 中文是不定式 我們常在動詞後使用動名詞和不定式。 Gerund是用作名詞的動詞的-ing 形式。 to infinitive 是 to + 動詞的基本形式。 Gerund Infinitive 例子 有些動詞後面只能跟Gerund,不能跟to-infinitive。 例如: I suggest making the picture bigger.  Shall we consider using a different colour too? 相反,有些動詞後面只能跟to-infinitive,不能跟Gerund。 例如: We need to change the design. Yes, but we promised to finish this today. 有些動詞後面可以跟to-infinitive,又可以跟Gerund。 例如: I like working / to work with other people, but I prefer being / to be in a team. Gerund 文法 我們使用動名詞 Gerund像名詞一樣。 Gerund 用法 用作主語 例如: Smoking is bad for you. Buying books costs a lot of money. 用作賓語 例如: I really enjoy reading. We do not allow bullying.  verb to be 後面使用 My favourite hobby is playing basketball. Dan’s only interests are watching TV and playing chess. Preposition 後面使用 We use a search engine for finding websites. How about going for a swim? 名詞片語中使用 a travelling company a shopping mall 變相有點像adj. To infinitive 文法 與不同的時態不同,to-infinitive不給我們任何關於行動或事件時間的信息。 相反,我們使用它們以更general的方式談論動作和事件。 To infinitive 用法 為什麼某人做某事 例如: I’m going to buy some stamps.    Jane is coming to help with the cleaning. 某事/物用作…… 例如: Tom needs glasses to read.  The purpose of a fire door is to stop a fire spreading. wh-word (除了why)之後使用 例如: I don’t know who to ask for help.  We can’t decide which teachers to ask to the party. To infinitive Gerund 有些動詞會根據其後跟的是Gerund還是To infinitive來改變它們的含義。 Forget forget about + 動名詞來談論我們做過但不記得的事情。 It’s Carmen! Have you forgotten about meeting her at Leo’s party last week? forget + to infinitive來談論我們想做但沒有做的事情。 Unfortunately I forgot to take my camera with me. Go go + gerund來談論一些運動和活動。 Amy and Tom go wind-surfing every weekend. go + to-infinitive表示去某處的原因。 Alex goes to change his library books every Tuesday. Regret regret + gerund表示我們對我們所做的事情感到抱歉。 Almost immediately, I regretted speaking so angrily. regret + to-infinitive談論壞消息。 We regret to announce that flight CX123 is delayed because of fog. Remember remember + gerund 談論我們做過和沒有忘記的事情。 I still remember being in a typhoon for the first time. remember + to-infinitive談論我們還要做的事情。 I must remember to switch off the lights before I leave! Stop stop + gerund 來指代我們停止之前正在做的事情。 Alan stopped playing computer games when his dinner was ready. stop + to infinitive 表示我們為什麼停下來。 Alan was playing computer games, but stopped to have his dinner. Try try + gerund 當我們做某事時看看結果會是什麼。 This computer isn’t working very well. Let’s try restarting it. try + to 不定式 當我們努力做某事時。 I tried to move the wardrobe yesterday but it was too heavy for me. To Infinitive Gerund list 後面用gerund的動詞 Verb Example admit avoid consider deny dislike enjoy finish imagine keep mention She admitted copying the idea from Susan. We can’t avoid working late tonight. Have you ever considered working in advertising? Felix denied eating all the biscuits. I really dislike sitting on a crowded bus. Sam enjoys playing tennis. I’ll soon finish working on this advert. Imagine being a famous pop star! Sue keeps making mistakes. William mentioned playing tennis at the weekend. 後面用to-infinitive的動詞 Verb Example afford agree appear ask

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some/any/few/little/many/much 用法【數量詞 英文大全】

數量詞 英文 數量詞 英文 大全 英文數量詞的使用將影響聽者與讀者的理解,而且可能一個字母的區別,差距就很大了。 some/any/few/little/many/much 好混亂? 有見及此,小編為大家整理了這篇數量詞 英文 大全,並附上大量例子! Quantifier Quantifier是用在名詞前表示名詞的數量  例子 Quantifier 例子有: Some many a lot of a few Some/any 當我們不知道確切數量或確切數量不重要時,我們使用 some 和 any 來談論數量。 Some 我們主要在肯定陳述中使用 some,既有不可數名詞也有復數可數名詞: You also need some luck to be successful. Some people are talented; some are more hard-working. Any Any 也可用於可數名詞和不可數名詞。我們在問題中/否定句使用它: Do you have any questions? I don’t have any questions. No/none 我們對可數名詞和不可數名詞都使用 no 和 none。 No 是一個限定詞,所以它後面總是跟一個名詞。 None 是代詞,所以它後面永遠不會跟名詞。 相反,我們在名詞已知時使用它: There is no time. None at all. (None = no time) There were no visitors. None showed up. (None = no visitors) Much/many 我們用 much 與不可數名詞和 many 與可數名詞來談論大量: Much effort is needed. There aren’t many new members this year. Don’t lose hope even if there are many obstacles. 我們經常將 much and many 與疑問詞 how to 一起使用: How many obstacles are there? How much effort is needed? A few/fewA little/little 我們用 a few 或 few 與可數名詞和a little 或 little 與不可數名詞來談論少量。 A few/few I have a few good friends. (= I have some good friends.) I have few friends. I should meet more people. (= I don’t have many good friends.) A little/little I have a little money. I’ll buy you an ice cream. (= I have some money.) I have little money. I can’t afford to buy an ice cream. (= I don’t have much money.) Too many/too muchToo few/too little 我們使用too many/too much的表達方式來談論不正確的數量,因為它們比應有的要大。 我們使用too few/too little 來談論比他們應該的少的數量: Too much self-confidence makes you arrogant; too little of it makes you weak. Too many activities make you too busy; too few of them make you dull. Both 我們將 both 與復數可數名詞一起使用來指代兩件事或兩個人: Both students are running for chairperson. Both of them are qualified for the position. 我們還使用 both…and 來連接兩個人、事物等: Both Angel and Andy are running for chairperson. (= Angel is running for chairperson. Andy is also running for chairperson.) She is both hard-working and talented. (= She is hard-working. She is also talented.) All 我們用all來指事物或人的總數或數量。我們可以將 all 與可數名詞和不可數名詞一起使用: All members have a vote. All the money is gone. Every/each 將 every 和 each 與單數可數名詞一起使用: Take every opportunity available. Each opportunity is valuable. (each + singular countable noun + singular verb) 在談論兩件事/人時使用每each (not every) : Andy and Angel each have 50 votes. (… and … + each + plural verb) Each of them has 50 votes. (each of + … + singular verb) Enough 使用 enough 表示我們擁有(或沒有)我們需要的份量。 對可數名詞和不可數名詞使用 enough: There are enough paper plates. We have seventy-five. Do we have enough time for the barbecue? There are not enough knives. We only have six. More/fewer/less 當比較 amounts 時,我們可以對可數名詞和不可數名詞使用 more: I need more time to do my homework. I join clubs to make more friends. 將 fewer 與複數可數名詞一起使用: There are fewer activities near exam time. 將不可數名詞使用 less: Do you have less time for homework if you join a club? More … than/fewer… than/ less … than 當我們比較兩個數量時,我們使用 more … than/fewer … than/less … than。我們可以將這些表達與名詞和代詞一起使用。 可數名詞和不可數名詞可以使用 more … than : I have more friends than enemies. He had more money than sense. 可數名詞可以使用fewer … than: I have fewer friends than you. 不可數名詞可以使用less … than: I have less

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【數字 英文大全】普通數字/年份/時間/分數/小數 英文 一文秒殺!【文法終極指南】

數字英文說法 數字英文大全 數字啲英文好複雜?又年份又時間又分數又小數 145 點讀? 1987年點讀? 1.645點讀? 334/578點讀? 小編為大家整理了數字英文大全,並附上大量例子! 以上問題會迎刃而解! 數字英文單字 其實,數字在英文上有一個更籠統的稱呼: 數詞(numeral) 數詞(numeral)是用來表示數量和次序的詞, 可分為: 基數詞(cardinal numeral) ,例如:one, two, three, ten, twenty, hundred, thousand 序數詞(ordinal numeral),例如: first, second, third 數字英文縮寫 在英語中,「numero」的縮寫「No.」經常被用來取代「number」。 數字英文number 英文上的數字都是從基數詞(cardinal numeral), 序數詞(ordinal numeral)演變出來。 數字英文對照表 Cardinal numeral 基數詞 Cardinal numeral 基數詞 主要有這四種: 第一組 第二組 第三組 第四組 One (1) Eleven (11) Ten (10) Hundred (100) Two (2) Twelve (12) Twenty (20) Thousand (1000) Three (3) Thirteen (13) Thirty (30) Million (1,000,000) Four (4) Fourteen (14) Forty (40) Billon (1,000,000,000) Five (5) Fifteen (15) Fifty (50) Six (6) Sixteen (16) Sixty (60) Seven (7) Seventeen (17) Seventy (70) Eight (8) Eighteen (18) Eighty (80) Nine (9) Nineteen (19) Ninety (90) Ordinal numeral 序數詞 Ordinal numeral 序數詞 都是有這四組,中文意思是第… 第一組 第二組 第三組 第四組 First  (1) Eleventh (11) Tenth (10) Hundredth (100) Second (2) Twelfth (12) Twentieth (20) Thousandth (1000) Third(3) Thirteenth (13) Thirtieth (30) Millionth (1,000,000) Fourth (4) Fourteenth (14) Fortieth (40) Billonth (1,000,000,000) Fifth (5) Fifteenth (15) Fiftieth (50) Sixth (6) Sixteenth (16) Sixtieth (60) Seventh (7) Seventeenth (17) Seventieth (70) Eighth (8) Eighteenth (18) Eightieth (80) Ninth (9) Nineteenth (19) Ninetieth (90) 阿拉伯數字英文 把Cardinal numeral 基數詞的基本詞語混合起來就會是阿拉伯數字英文。 英文數字轉換 例子 兩位數: Twenty-one (21) Thirty-five (35) Sixty-two (62) 三位數: Three Hundred and Fifty-Six (356) Five Hundred and Eighty-Seven (587) Nine Hundred and Eighty-Seven (987) 其他數字運用 年份 時間 日期 四則運算 分數 小數 年份 英文 所有年分都有最傳統的讀法例如: 1976 One thousand nine hundred seventy-six 不過外國人通常覺得這個讀法太費時間,所以如果口語而且比較在比較輕鬆的場合下,我們會用以下的方式讀。 2000年前 1900 – Nineteen hundred 1901-1909 前兩數字讀作一字,後面讀”oh”+單位數目字,例如: 1907 – Nineteen oh seven 其他年份大致上都可以拆開讀:前兩個數字讀作一字,後兩數字讀作另外一字。 1976 – Nineteen seventy-six 2000年後 2000 – Two thousand 而2001-2009年由於讀法簡單,跟返上述「最傳統」的讀法就可以: 2003 – Two thousand and three 2010後 2010 – Two thousand and ten(可省略”and”)/ Twenty ten/ Two oh one oh 2011-2019: 2012 – Two thousand and twelve(可省略”and”) 2014 – Twenty fourteen 最後,2020年或以後都可以拆成兩部分讀: 2028 – Twenty twenty-eight 時間 英文 12小時制 我們會在上午加上a.m.,下午加上p.m.。 8:00 p.m. eight p.m. 3:34 a.m. three thirty-four a.m. 9:51 a.m. nine fifty-one a.m./nine to ten p.m. 11:06 p.m. eleven o six a.m./six past eleven p.m. 24小時制 00:00 zero hours 09:41 o nine forty-one hours 13:30 thirteen thirty hours 23:08 twenty-three o eight hours 日期 英文 月份 英文 中文 英文 3字母縮寫 一月 January Jan 二月 February Feb 三月 March Mar 四月 April Apr 五月 May May 六月 June Jun 七月 July Jul 八月 August Aug 九月 September Sep 十月 October Oct 十一月 November Nov 十二月 December Dec 日期 讀法 月份 + the + 序數詞 6月3日 3 June  June the third 5月21日 21 May May the twenty-first 四則運算 英文 加減乘除 英文   加 減 乘 除   Any/plus From/minus Times Divided/into 等於 Be/make Be/make/leave Be/make/equal Be/go/equal 運算 英文 3+5=8 Three plus five makes eight 8-6=2 Six from eight leaves two. 66-40=26 Sixty-six minus forty makes twenty-six 4 x 8 =32 Four times makes thirty-two 72/9=8 Nine divided by nine is eight 分數 英文 讀分數,我們先用基數詞讀分子,再用序數詞讀分母。 當分子大於1,分母的序數詞就變成複數 例如: 1/5 one fifth 16 4/5 sixteen and four fifths 如果比較複雜的分數,我們會用基數詞+over完成 50/91 fifty over ninety-one 76/208 seventy six over two hundred and eight 特殊讀法 1/2 one half 1/4 one quarter 3/4 three quarter 小數 英文 小數點 英文 是point 零點幾 英文是 zero point…/nought point… 98.35 ninety-eight point

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【Verb 動詞教學】4大動詞+Tenses+被動式等 全包!【文法懶人包】

Verb 中文 詳解 Verb 教學大全 Verb 大家都應該耳熟能詳! 不過,內裡有很多細節會令人忽略! 甚至連中六生都未搞清楚。 例如:點解有啲verb後面要加preposition? 點解有啲verb後面可以直接full stop? 有見及此,小編為大家整理了Verb 中文教學 大全,並附上大量例子! Verb 是什麼? 動詞(verb)是表示行為、特徵、情感等的詞類。 例如: do, study, be get, can, must等 動詞可分為4種: Notional Verb 實義動詞 Link Verb 連繫動詞 Modal Verb 情感動詞 Auxiliary Verb 助動詞 Notional Verb 實義動詞 Notional Verb 實義動詞 表示人或事物的動作。 實義動詞有: Transitive Verb 及物動詞 Intransitive Verb 不及物動詞 兩類。 不過,許多動詞可以是Transitive Verb 及物動詞 又是 Intransitive Verb 不及物動詞。 Transitive Verb 及物動詞 及物動詞即是必須涉及物件或人。如果沒有一個可以影響的物件或者人,該句子就是不完整的。 I love singing。 我愛唱歌。 在這句話中,動詞屬於及物動詞,而其目標則是唱歌這件事。若果沒有目標或稱為受詞,那麼這句句子便無法運作。所以若果省去手詞 – I love 是不對的。 Intransitive Verb 不及物動詞 而不及物動詞則是可以獨立使用的。所以它不用目標(受詞)就能夠表達句子的意思。若果你為這句句子加上受詞,則不能夠表達句子的意思。 I laugh. 我笑了。 在這句話中,動詞屬於不及物動詞,它不需要一個受詞。若果為其加上受詞,整句句子就會變成錯誤的。即如果在 I laugh 後面加上受詞 – I laugh her, 則是錯的。若果要將其變成及物動詞,則要加上at 在後面成為一個詞組(phrasal verb) 兩者皆可的動詞: Verb       Transitive Intransitive Write Write your name here. Noah couldn’t read or write. Wash Have you washed your hands? I washed, dressed, and went out. Live He’s living a life of luxury abroad. My dog lived till he was 11. Run used to run a restaurant. The path ran over the hill. Set Bella sets a chair next to the bed. The sun was setting, and a red glow filled the sky. Do Have you done your workout? Bella’s doing well in her new job. Grow I grow star fruit in my garden. My dog is growing quickly. Open Open the door. The store will open later. Close Please close your eyes. Most shops here are closed Play Bella plays the piano. Bella will play outside today. Link Verb 連繫動詞 Link Verb 連繫動詞 表示人和事物的特徵和狀態。 例句 最常見的link verb 有be, get, become, feel, smell, sound, look, seem等 例句: He is a student. His words sounded true. Modal Verb 情態動詞 Modal Verb 情態動詞 說話的人的某種情感。 Modal Verb 情態動詞必須和Notional Verb/Link Verb 一起用。 最常見的Modal Verb 情態動詞 有: can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, would, and must. 例句 Can you speak English? It cannot be true. He must be the man we are looking for It may or may not happen. Auxiliary Verb 助動詞 Auxiliary Verb 助動詞 是用來協助主動詞完成情態和否定等詞類。 List of auxiliary verbs be (am, are, is, was, were, being), can, could, do (did, does, doing), have (had, has, having), may, might, must, shall, should, will, would 例句 We will visit the museum tomorrow He does not like the food Form 動詞 詞形 動詞的詞形有4種: 不定式 (infinitive) 過去式 (past form) 現在分詞 (present participle) 過去分詞 (past participle) 不定式 (infinitive) 不定式 (infinitive) 就是動詞的原形。 有時會在前面加上 to 來表示,稱為 to-infinitive 如果沒有,我們通常會稱之為 bare infinitive 過去式 (past form)過去分詞 (past participle) 這些就是 大家平時學的past tense & pp 這裏就不多贅述。 現在分詞 (present participle) 現在分詞 (present participle) 就是大家所學的-ing form Tenses 時態 最常用的時態有7種: Present Tense Present Continuous Tense Present Perfect Tense Past Tense Past Continuous Tense Past Perfect Tense Future Tense 之前小編有分別寫不同時態的文章,大家不妨看看! Passive Voice 被動語態 今次想同大家討論 Passive voice 用法! 普遍同學認識 Active voice ,即係大家所講 SVO, Subject (主語)一定是句子中的第一個字, Verb (動詞)緊貼著主語,最後, Object (副詞)通常在句子的最尾部分。 相反,Passive voice的次序調轉,Object是句子的第一個字,Verb 緊貼著 Object,最後,Subject通常在句子的最尾部分。 在某些情況下,Passive voice 會沒有Subject。 Passive Voice 例句 The event is organized by the school.  The mall was being renovated at the time. A password is needed to access the website. The rubbish is removed from the bins daily by the cleaner. Phrasal Verb 短語動詞 Phrasal verb (也稱為multi-word verb)是與一個或多個prepositions或adverbs(稱為particles)組合的動詞: Phrasal Verb 例句 I’m looking after my nephew this weekend. My sister has to go on a business trip. You should never go back on a promise. Otherwise, people will not trust you. Verb Table 常見動詞

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【Comparatives & Superlatives用法】比較級 最高級 形容詞 大全!【文法全攻略】

比較級 & 最大級形容詞 Comparatives & Superlatives Adjective 用法 大全 adjective 有時加er 有時加ier? 有時又加est 有加-iest? 點解可以倒置寫:The warmer it gets, the more comfortable I feel.? 小編為大家整理了Comparatives & Superlatives Adjective 用法 大全,並附上大量例子! Comparatives & Superlatives Adjective Comparatives & Superlatives Adjective 中文是比較級 & 最大級形容詞。 用作比較,例如: I am taller than you. 我比你高。 I am the tallest in this class. 我是這個班最高的。 Comparatives & Superlatives Adjective 例子 old older oldest tall taller tallest good better best bad worse worst Comparatives Adjective 用法 我們用比較級形容詞 + than 來比較兩個事物或人: Hong Kong is smaller than Tokyo. Tokyo is cleaner than Hong Kong. 有時我們不會同時提及我們正在比較的兩個事物。 在這些句子中,我們不會使用than: It is sunnier today. This is tastier. I feel better now. Comparatives Adjective 構成方式 對於單音節形容詞和以 -y 結尾的形容詞,我們通過添加 -er 形成比較級。 有時spelling會稍微改變…… 例子 Most short adjectives +er fast     faster Short adjectives ending in -e +r large  larger Adjectives ending in a consonant + y – y + ier crazy  crazier Short adjectives with a short vowel + a consonant double the consonant + er big         bigger Short adjectives with a long vowel sound a  +er cheap  cheaper 對於三個或更多音節的形容詞,我們通過在形容詞前加上 more 來構成比較級: more sensible more expensive more intelligent 下列形容詞有不規則的比較級形式: good better bad worse far farther/further little less 這些當然不是黃金定律,但依然有跡可循。 Comparatives Adjective 實用句式 less + adjective 我們也用less+形容詞來做比較。我們可以將它與短形容詞和長形容詞一起使用: Sarah is less tall. Mark is less arrogant. ……我們可以用 than 來比較兩個事物或人: Sarah is less tall than Mark. Mark is less arrogant than Sarah. Not as as 的意思是 less … than: Karen is not as kind as Vivian. (Karen is less kind than Vivian.) My dog isn’t as obedient as Sam’s. (My dog is less obedient than Sam’s.) as + adjective + as 也可以用as+形容詞+as的結構來進行比較。 當兩件事在某種程度上相同時,我們會使用它。 例如: Rick and Tom are both 1.82 metres tall. Rick is as tall as Tom. Catherine is as intelligent as Susan. Superlative Adjective 用法 當我們比較兩個以上的事物或人時,我們需要使用最高級的形容詞: 例如: Sarah is the cleverest student in the class. She is also the most arrogant student in the class. Sarah是班上最聰明的學生。她也是班裡最囂張的學生。 Superlative Adjective 構成方式 對於單音節形容詞和以 -y 結尾的形容詞,我們通過添加 -est 形成最高級。 有時spelling也會稍微改變…… Most short adjectives + est strong the strongest Short adjectives ending in -e + st large the largest Adjectives ending in a consonant + y – y + iest crazy the craziest Short adjectives with a short vowel sound + a consonant double the consonant + est big →the biggest Short adjectives with a long vowel sound + a consonant + est cheap the cheapest 對於三個或更多音節的形容詞,我們通過將 most 放在形容詞之前來構成最高級: the most surprising the most complicated the most interesting 下列形容詞有不規則的最高級形式: bad the worst far the farthest/furthest  good the best little the least 這些當然不是黃金定律,但依然有跡可循。 Comparatives & Superlatives Adjective 實用句式 比較級 + and + 比較級 我們可以重複比較級形容詞來表示變化正在(或曾經)持續一段時間: It’s getting colder and colder. (= Every day is colder than the day before.) I felt more and more comfortable. I felt less and less worried. The + 比較級+ SV, the比較級 + SV The warmer it gets, the more comfortable I feel. (= When it gets warmer, I also feel more comfortable.) The colder it gets, the less comfortable I feel. Comparatives & Superlatives Adjective List Irregular Adjectives Adj. Comparative Superlative good better best bad worse worst much more most far further furthest less lesser least

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【Adjective Pattern 用法】唔一定用”it”開頭!【文法全攻略】

Adjective Pattern 中文 教學 Adjective Pattern 用法 大全 Adjective Pattern成日用錯? of 定 for 定 that成日撈亂? 小編為大家整理了Adjective Pattern 用法 大全,並附上大量例子! Adjective Pattern是什麼? Adjective Pattern 是以形容詞為主軸的句型。 他們通常會以以下形式出現: −it is / it’s + adjective + to-infinitive −it is / it’s + adjective + for + pronoun / noun / noun phrase + to-infinitive −subject + to be + adjective + to-infinitive Adjective Pattern 例子 It’s important to arrive at the airport early for your flight. It’s obvious that you can’t cook — this fried rice tastes horrible! Sarah is happy to help us clean up the beach. The instructions were easy enough to understand. I set up the bookcase in half an hour. Adjective Pattern 用法 Adjective Pattern 有5用法: 描述人們的反應、感受和意見 對具體行動發表意見 說出我們對某人行為的看法 發表我們對某事的看法 談談主語的感受和看法 描述人們的反應、感受和意見 例句: Amy is excited to visit Australia for the first time. 對具體行動發表意見 例句: On a clear day, it’s possible to get a good view of Victoria Harbour from The Peak. It’s healthy to have a balanced diet.   說出我們對某人行為的看法 例句: It’s useful for all new students to have a tour of the school. 談談主語的感受和看法 Lily is wise enough to save some pocket money every month. Adjective Pattern構成方式 Adjective Pattern 主要有兩種: Patterns with it Patterns with other subjects Patterns with it −it is / it’s + adjective + to-infinitive It’s boring to stay at home all day. −it is / it’s + adjective + for + pronoun / noun / noun phrase + to-infinitive It’s helpful for me to know all your names. −it is / it’s + adjective + of + pronoun / noun / noun phrase + to-infinitive It’s thoughtful of those teenagers to help the blind man cross the road. −it is / it’s + adjective + that … It’s obvious that this shop charged us too much for the MP3 player. Patterns with other subjects −subject + to be + adjective + to-infinitive We are delighted to meet you. −subject + to be + adjective + enough + to-infinitive This table is simple enough to set up. Let’s do it now. −subject + to be + too + adjective + for + pronoun / noun / noun phrase + to-infinitive These Maths problems are too complicated for me to solve. Adjective Pattern 伏位 我們還可以通過在形容詞前添加 not 來使Adjective Pattern 變成否定。 It isn’t easy to find clothes that suit me. The restaurant’s not difficult to find. Adjective Pattern Exercise It’s ____ possible to get a seat on the MTR at peak times, when most people use it.A. none B. never C. not D. no   It would be foolish ____ this. It’s so cheap!A. not to buy B. to buy C. not buying D. buying   It’s surprising ____ it’s raining today. The Observatory said it would be sunny.A. that B. for C. to D. of   It’s difficult ____ foreigners to learn Chinese.A. to B. that C. of D. for   Ugh! This tea is much ___ strong for anyone to drink!A. too B. enough C. for D. to   I don’t think your computer is fast

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