- DaSaGwaLv 76 年前最佳解答
Yes! But it is ONLY when "without" is used as a preposition. For example:
Looks without seeing
It happens suddenly without warning.
I will not go out with you without asking my parents.
He acts on his own instinct without consulting with anyone.
2014-04-05 21:06:30 補充：
"could" is a auxilary verb (助動詞), hence you SHALL always use "root" form of a verb (動詞原形). It has many functions, for example:
2014-04-05 21:09:48 補充：
I could ride bike when I was 5. ("could" is past tense of "can")
I wish I could win a lottery ("could" is used with subjunctive voice"假設語氣")
Could you open the window? ("could" uses in a polite sense)