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請問框起來的哪一個是錯的呢?

it was [mean] [for] the boy to [eat] [all the cakes] in my party.

請問框起來的哪一個是錯的呢?

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  • C L
    Lv 7
    1 0 年前
    最佳解答

    it was [mean] [for] the boy to [eat] [all the cakes] in my party.

    裡的錯字應該是下面引號畫底線所示:

    it was mean for the boy to "have eaten" all the cakes in my party.(改為完成式)

    說明:

    1 句子是說話的人"評論某件已經發生的某事",而他的"評論"是"mean"(壞心的,惡意的),"已經發生的某事"則是"have eaten all the cakes"(把蛋糕全吃光),所以時態上自然要適當表達出來。如果要把這句的時態更清楚顯示出來,句子可以改為:

    It was mean that the boy had eaten all the cakes in my party. (這裡過去完成式"had p.p.",在改句子形態為不定式時,即變為版主提問句的"to have p.p.")

    2 而且從事情的邏輯來看,舉辦宴會準備的蛋糕不可能完全只給一個小孩吃吧,讓賓客沒得吃,就算是小孩的生日,也不會如此。所以,"mean"那字沒錯。

  • 版大您好:

    It was [mean] [for] the boy to [eat] [all the cakes] in my party.

    此句在下翻成: 註定了被這個小男孩吃完我派對中所有的蛋糕。

    句型分析: It was meant [(+for)] [+to-v]

    mean 有註定、指定、預定之意,在此翻成"註定",在be動詞後應改為過去分詞 meant。

    參考資料: myself
  • dear
    Lv 5
    1 0 年前

    我老公的答案是

    It was meant for the boy to eat all the cakes in my party.

    參考資料: my husband
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