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Grammer一問

1. so / so that / beacuse

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2. 幾會用到Past participle?

3. in / on / at

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4. since / for

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5. yet / already

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6. Past tense/ Past participle

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2 個解答

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  • 1 十年前
    最愛解答

    1. so that/ so VS because. "I'm going round to the library so I can choose a book for my book report." However, if you use "I'm going round to the library so that I can pick a choose for my book report", "I'm going round to the library because I can choose a book for my book report." they are also correct. In this case, they mean the same thing --> I'm going round to the library for the fact that I can choose a book for my book report and I will do so. <-- this sentence sounds very cumbersome and complicated, because two individual independent clauses are linked together poorly. However, the question/statement before this sentence would be different. i.e.

    A: "Why aren't you heading for home directly after school today?"

    B: "I'm going round to the library so/ so that I can choose a book for my book report." <--Question is focused on why B isn't heading for home directly after school today.

    A:"Why are you going round to the library?"

    B: I'm going round to the library because I can choose a book for my book report." <-- Question is focused on why B chose to go round to the library.

    If the first sentence isn't seen, than so/so that/because mean the same thing in the answer. But you would use them differently depending on the focus of the question.

    so VS so that.

    "I'm so tired" DOES NOT = "I'm so that tired"

    "So that are you free?" DOES NOT equal "So are you free?"

    "I slept early last night so that I could wake up earlier this morning." = "I slept early last night so I could wake up earlier this morning."

    From this you can see that "so" has many different meanings. one of them is as an adjective - "super" "very" "I'm so (very) tired"

    "So that are you free" is WRONG GRAMMAR. This sentence structure doesn't exist. Remember that. B: Can you go out with me on Saturday? A: I don't have class on Saturday... A: So are you you free? Using Chinglish, "So" here means the Cantonese "Gum hai ng hai jik hai nei duk han ar?"

    2008-10-19 02:15:39 補充:

    Same situation for so and so that.

    The question focus is different.

    2008-10-19 02:15:54 補充:

    A: How could you manage to wake up earlier this morning? <--focus on waking up earlier

    B "I slept earlier last night so that I could wake up earlier this morning.

    2008-10-19 02:16:03 補充:

    A: Why did you sleep earlier last night? <-- focus on sleeping earlier

    B: "I slept earlier last night so I could wake up earlier this morning."

    資料來源: myself, myself, myself, myself
  • 1 十年前

    1. 所以/所以/因為

    2.PRESENT PERFECT,PAST PERFECT TENSE

    3.READ UR PREPO BOOK .

    IN裡面

    ON上面

    AT一個PT

    4.RELATED TO PRESENT PERFECT TENSE

    SINCE:由幾時開始

    FOR:TALKING ABT THE DURATION OF TIME

    5.YET未

    ALREADY已經

    6.E.G. EAT*PRESENT

    ATE*PAST

    EATEN*PRESENT PERFECT(PAST PARTICIPLE)

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