janice 發問於 社會及文化語言 · 1 十年前

Are these sentences correct?

I hate hearing a boy cries or I hate hearing a boy crying is correct and why?

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  • Jc
    Lv 7
    1 十年前
    最愛解答

    I hate hearing a boy cries or I hate hearing a boy crying is correct and why?

    Although the first sentence is awful. They are both correct grammatically.

    I hate hearing a boy cries = I hate to hear the fact that a boy cries. ( becauseI don't like the fact that a boy cries.They should be brave, being stronger than girls) 我討厭聽到男童哭的事。

    I hate hearing a boy crying. 我討厭聽見男童的哭聲。

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    1 十年前

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  • Rex
    Lv 5
    1 十年前

    should be " I hate to hearing a boy crying". which should have "to" in between

    2010-04-13 14:52:50 補充:

    sorry should "I hate to hear a boy crying" or "I hate to hearing a boy cry" which we usual no using "ing" two time

    資料來源: hope it helps you
  • Kevin
    Lv 5
    1 十年前

    I hate hearing a boy crying.

    Hearing a boy crying is a situation. You can take it as a "noun" or phrase.

    "I hate hearing a boy cries" 'Cries' is a verb and you have two verbs (hate and cries) in this sentence and hence an error.

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