jenny c 發問時間: 社會與文化語言 · 10 年前



(D) 1. The richer he becomes, the _________ he will be.

(A) more (B) kind (C) more kind (D) less kind


(A) 2. Do you really ________?

(A) like it here (B) like here (C) liking here (D) liking it here

為何是A? 那麼it代表什麼?

(B) 3. The woman wanted ________.

(A) to report a burglary because her house was broken

(B) to report a theft because her briefcase was stolen

(C) to report a robbery because her briefcase was robbed

(D) to report a shoplifting because her house was stolen

(E) to report a shoplifting because her briefcase was robbed


(C) 4. This magazine (A)is written in (B)such easy English (C)so as to be understood (D)even by students.







答案C的內容改成so that it can

或者是全句改為[ The magazine is written in such easy English so as to understand. ]


5 個解答

  • 10 年前

    4/3月台 - Your subject says 3 questions, then you asked 4.

    Question 1 .. There is nothing grammatically wrong with C .. except contextually, people only say negative things when they put it in this way ..

    Question 2 .. the 'it' is whatever is available from 'here' ? Do you like it here ? Do you like the things around here ?

    Question 3 .. Again, this is all context .. There is nothing wrong grammatically in choosing C, except most people would say that 'She was robbed that her briefcase was taken' .. A person gets robbed and things get stolen .. That is the way expressions are built in English ..

    Question 4 .. Having problem in understanding the question ..

    This magazine is written in such easy English so as to be understood even by students. 這雜誌的英文非常的簡易連學生都能懂.

    This is a complete and normal sentence .. every part of the selection are needed to make the sentence work .. What are we supposed to choose ?

    2011-02-08 03:46:42 補充:

    Yes, the correct grammatical rule will require 'kinder' rather than 'more kind'. However, in everyday life, you just never hear people use the word 'kinder' .. This is where grammar succeed in official rules, but fails in popular use.

    2011-02-08 03:49:33 補充:

    Kinder used in another context came from German and means child or children .. such as kindergarten .. out of context with our subject here.

    2011-02-08 03:51:58 補充:

    This is where 'choice of words' become essential in learning and coping with languages .. In English, people do not say ..

    Since then he became kinder to me ..

    Instead, we say,

    Since then, he became nicer to me ..

    Lv 7
    10 年前







    The richer he becomes, the kinder he will be.



    2011-02-08 21:24:49 補充:

    I see.

    Thank you very much for the information.

    I actually googled to see if there is any chance people use "kinder".

    Although I did find some people using it, I guess it's an informal way to say it.

  • Latte
    Lv 5
    10 年前

    1. kind 根據句意 :較不仁慈less kind

    2.it表示here ;但因here 為地方副詞;不能拿來當代名詞 所

    以用it 來指代地方

    3.房子是不會被偷的 ,必須指明是房子裡的什麼被偷才行

    4. ~such(so) easy English as to be understood...就可以

    但多了一個 so 就重複了

    參考資料: myself
  • 10 年前

    ? 不懂? 4/3月台?

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  • 可可
    Lv 4
    10 年前

    這好像是從那個甚麼4/3月台的漚 !!!