Paul 發問時間: 社會與文化語言 · 7 年前

An English grammar question

I don't understand that grammar of the following sentence.

*If I may say so, I don't think your application is going be approved.*

Think, is,and be are verbs, Why there are three verbs in the sentence?

The sentence into Chinese is meaning : 恕我直言,我不認為你的申請書會被批准.

Think = 認為 (verb)

Is = be verb

be = be verb

為什麼會有三個動詞存在在一個句子之中呢?

還有 be going to 不是一個固定用法? 那麼 be going + 被動..?

已更新項目:

To prisoner26535 :

其實我是不懂..為什麼 is going be..有is 又有 be 不是應該 is going to be?

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  • 7 年前
    最佳解答

    Noun clause as shown in the object:-

    subject+verb+preposition+object of prepostion

    Refering to:-subject+verb+object:-

    "that your application is going to be approved"=Noun clause

    "is going to be approved"=Noun clause also;

    "is going to be"=Noun clause as an object containing one verb only to be involved in the whole sentence.

    be going to=going to be (+verb transit)=blamed/found guilty/doomed/declared unfit/ Condemned verb transitive natured.

    eg:-Your application is going to be approved.

    No;

    Your application is Not going to be approved.

  • 7 年前

    I think the writer of this sentence, "that your application is going to be approved," wanted to use:

    that your application is gonna be approved.

    where is gonna be = is going to be

    However, somehow got a typo.

  • 7 年前

    *If I may say so, I don't think your application is going be approved.*

    "If I may say so," 附屬子句,本來就可以有自己的動詞.

    "don't think" 主要子句的動詞

    "is going be" 名詞子句,本來就可以有自己的動詞. 名詞子句在這裡當動詞的受詞子句

    I don't think you will get anywhere fast by learning English this way.

    You spend too much time studying it, instead of enjoying it.

    Just like spending time studying physiology of your boyfriends but not enjoying their company.

    2014-01-20 01:13:01 補充:

    Yes, there is a typo here.

    It should have been ""is going TO be"

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