1.Could you ______ the salt, please? The soup is a little too bland for me.
2.The copying machine is ______ the end of the hallway.
3.Harry dislikes ______; he prefers listening to music.
(A) to watch TV
(C) watching TV
(D) watch TV
4.Matt and Mary ______ for over 35 years.
(A) are married
(B) have married
(D) have been married
5.Nick has a hot temper, so nobody likes to be ______ him.
close當靠近的意思的情況下用be close to嗎?
6.Michael ______ he didn’t have to find a job like everyone else.
(C) is hoping
(D) is wishing
- AhShingLv 59 個月前最佳解答
1. "pour" is for liquid but not for solid particle like salt or sugar.
for salt, use sprinkle or add.
-- could you add some salt to my soup, please
-- could you sprinkle a pinch of salt over my soup, please
2. No. 不能用on
3. object of "dislike" can only be noun, pronoun or gerund (V+ing), but not infinitive.
4. have been married 维持結婚的狀况 - "married" is an adjective
5. near (preposition) - 其同義詞就是 close to
6. 不能用hopes, because the main verb is in subjunctive mood.
The correct answer should be (B) as "wish" is not usually used in the present progressive tense.
- TOMING88Lv 79 個月前
(1)(A) Pour over the little tasted bland soup,please.
(2)(B) on top of the floor platform; basement, floor.
(3)(C)watching ----idiom/ a gerund.
(4)(B) present perfect tense
----(D) pp cont.=have always been married
(5)(D) near, close means to be close "friends" to him.
(6)(B) not (D). If you use (A) hopes , then it means Michael has something he hopes for, something that Michael hopes will happen =have high hope for no job for his wishing future.