- ElisaLv 71 0 年前最佳解答
It depends on the situation and they mean totally different things. So you cannot state if one is more commonly used than the other.
I am much obliged for your kindness = I am much appreciated for your kindness.
I am obliged to you for your help.
I am obliged to follow the rules set by the government.
Females are obliged to cover their faces in a Muslim society.參考資料： Myself. Went abroad at age 11. With 32 years experience speaking and writing English. Tutored English as an Undergrad. A project manager in the US since 1992.
- 1 0 年前
oblige 可以是 使...感激 或是 使...不得不
Circumstances oblige her to do that.
oblige 好像比較少用來當 "感激"