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something like ....

those 複數

that 單數

咁要舉例果時....

apple,orange,mango,something like that

點解係用that呢? 舉左2件以上,唔係複數咩?

點解唔係

apple,orange,mango,something like those

please help me

更新:

ur mom a woman....

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  • Jc
    Lv 7
    1 十年前
    最愛解答

    I am sure you are keen on English grammar. That is a good question.

    Below is the explanation.

    Something like that = informal spoken English是一個獨立詞組(not a sentence), (三字連用) = 大概如此

    e.g. They pay six pounds an hour. Something like that.

    It is not like “things like”/ “something like”….. 與其他相似字實不同用法/意思

    資料來源: Oxford Advanced Learner's Eng-Chin Dict.
  • Ling
    Lv 7
    1 十年前

    Could you show you something like that - orange apple or manago?

    Those oranges are fresh but these apples are not fresh..

    That is my mango and those are Mary's.

  • F.P.
    Lv 7
    1 十年前

    Something like that (kind of stuff); something like that (situation); something like that (condition).

    The word 'that' has nothing to do with singular or plural. It is not the same as this/those.

    資料來源: I am a teacher, but not one teaching English
  • 1 十年前

    英文好多時候係解釋吾到-ˍ-

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