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匿名使用者 發問時間: 社會與文化語言 · 5 年前

在英文的文法裡 go 後面+的動詞必須加上-ing 如:go fishing,go shopping, go hiking go watching movie, 等等 既然如此 是否go改成過去分詞gone時 也能夠套用同樣的規則?

像是:Have you ever gone watching movie?

Have you ever gone shopping?

Have you ever gone fishing?

像上面這樣的句子是否合乎文法規則?

有人能夠幫忙解惑嗎??

謝謝!

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  • 5 年前
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    go shopping= a gerund;

    a shopping mall (adj) from your posting- "go shopping ";

    Participle is a word formed from a verb, ending in --ing(=the present participle);eg:-shopping;

    In go, going,went, gone

    -ed, -en, etc. when the past participle =gone;

    eg:-Having gone with the wind, Shelley Betsy won/beat Francis Ip ;HK.

    is the Absolute Construction;Also:-

    eg:-Having gone shopping in the mall, she was broke (adj) to end her life.

    Hence participial phrase in acting USAGE is an adv. phrase,modifying the main verb.

    Hence "gone" should be used in this way as the grammar rule.

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