____a map with you when you go to a place for the first time A Have taken B Take C Takeing D To take 請告訴我是哪個選項及理由跟判斷的方法謝謝?
- TOMING88Lv 72 個月前最佳解答
(A)Have taken---a participle, verbal adj qualifying a noun but retaining some properties of a verb---taken is past participle of take.eg:-I have taken the breakfast already.eg:-I have been taken ill,(passive only) become ill, catch an illness---I have been taken covid-19 and became very ill.
(B) Take---the Imperative mood.in (grammar) of the form of a verb expressing a command not to be disobeyed; done; given with; authority.eg:-"To take a map"---the order were imperative.--------The answer is (B)
(C) Tak(-)ing=Taking----present participle of "take"---a continuous tense---a progressive tense--going on without a break---eg:-You are taking a map with you now.
(D)To take---an infinitive phrase ---non-finite form of a verb used with "to" eg:-allow him to bring a map.--allow him to go..