Different levels of like and dislike adjectives(10MAKKS!)
May somebody teach me the DIFFERENCE/USE/MOSTLY DESCRIBING SUBECT?
(程度的不同/用法/普遍描述對象) It will be musch better if you provide an example.
have affection for
have a low opinion of
can 't stand/beer
It is included in the examination. Please help me to classify them.
- KLv 71 十年前最愛解答
I like swimming.
I love mom.
Mother adores her son. / This child adores chocolate. [love VERY MUCH]
Christians adore / worship God. [愛慕 / 敬拜]
I admire Justin (for his great songs). [欣賞, 佩服]
Shall we idolize pop singers? [當偶像來崇拜, 多用於負面意思]
We all respect the hero. [尊敬]
He is fond of horses. / He is fond of pointing out people's mistakes. [~ like]
She has a (deep) affection for her new friend. / She felt no affection for her ex boyfriend. [對某人有好感 / 已無 feel]
I know I don't look good. You don't have to flatter me. [誇讚]
like - dislike, opposite
I hate something / someone [~ 憎, feeling stronger than dislike]
I detest doing something [~ 厭惡, strong feeling too]
I have a low/bad/poor opinion of her new boyfriend. [~ 沒有好評, don't like]
Don't you think all sex and violence on TV disgust you? [~ 強烈惹人反感]
I can't stand something. [~受不了]
loathe ~ hate
2006-12-28 22:44:25 補充：
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