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feel + (that) 引导的宾语从句

这是一个动词固定搭配。
vt. 感觉, 觉得, 触摸, 以为

  • If you feel that you have to use strong language with the manager, perhaps you had better let me do the talking.
  • The girl felt she was being observed in the classroom because she was unprepared.
  • A scuba diver has always felt that sea turtles were his favorite sea creature.
  • A man is kneeling down to feel how firm the ice on the lake is.
  • Your son has been acting out in the classroom, and his teacher feels that professional intervention is desirable.
  • A woman is trying to feel how warm the water in the stream is.
  • Jane saw her picture on the cover of the magazine and felt that she had finally arrived.
  • Sally felt that she had to get back East for a few days.
  • I personally feel that teacher is the most important profession in the world.
  • They balanced his bad behavior with the good, but still felt he was much too rude.

feel 的其它常用短语:

feel pulse号脉feel like sth. to sth.
feel like sth.有...的感觉feel like a million dollars感觉好极了
feel like a million<美口>身体觉得好极了feel like a new person
feel like death warmed over感觉像死了一样feel like doing.想要(做)...
feel like oneself. againfeel sth.感觉
feel one's way摸索着走feel no shame for sth.
feel alone感到孤单feel at home感到自在
feel about sth.到处摸索feel up to sth.觉得能担当
feel your way感同身受feel a draft感觉不受欢迎
feel a glow of happinessfeel on top of the world心旷神怡
feel one's oats兴高采烈feel out of place感到如鱼出水
feel out of sorts感觉不舒服feel out of things感到如鱼出水
feel up sb.感觉某人feel the pinch感到拮据
feel no pain不觉得痛feel cold感觉冷
feel sleepy昏昏欲睡feel adj. about sth.
feel adj.感到...feel adj. for sth.
feel done.feel done. by sth.
feel 副词性介词feel 由并列连词连接的两个状语
feel out sth.试探出...的意见feel terrible感觉不舒服
feel obliged to sth.feel blue闷闷不乐
feel good感觉舒服feel free to do. (sth.)随便...
feel amused at sth.feel bad感觉不舒服
feel good about lifefeel tired感到疲劳
feel weakfeel sorry for sth.对...感到懊悔
feel worried about sth.feel better感觉[更]好些

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sth. + 以 who 开头的定语从句,who 在从句中作主语

这是一个定语从句。

  • It is about a big white shark that attacks swimmers who are spending their holidays in a small village by the sea.
  • The earl refuses to allow anyone who is not of blue blood to marry his son.
  • Please start over again for those who came in late.
  • This is because in the early days of radio, those who reported the news were expected to speak excellent English.
  • Jennifer is always biting on Anne, who is a careful dresser.
  • She begged the amount of a telephone call from someone who walked by.
  • Chuck is a businessman who is always so busy that he has little time for his friends.
  • The people who worked behind the scenes are the real heroes of this project.
  • I think highly of those who are searching for the Amber Room.
  • She bears a grudge against the judge who sentenced her.
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be. + to + blame + for + sth.

这是一个固定搭配。
因...而受到指责, 对...应负责任, 因...受责备, 应负责任
to blame
adj. 有过错的, 应受[指责/谴责/责怪]的; 是起因的, 是根源的

  • I feel it is your husband who is to blame for the spoiled child
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the + spoiled + child

这是一个名词短语。
spoiled sth.
n. spoil的过去式和过去分词...
child
n. 儿童, 小孩; 子女; 产物; 追随者

  • the obtrusive behavior of a spoiled child
  • I feel it is your husband who is to blame for the spoiled child

spoiled 的其它常用短语:

spoiled sth.spoil的过去式和过去分词...

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husband

这是一个名词短语。
n. 丈夫, 管理人, 节俭的人

当前husband可数。


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翻译:我觉得这个被宠坏的孩子应该怪你丈夫。
I feel it is your husband who is to blame for the spoiled child

这是一个复合句

主句

I feel it is your husband who is to blame for the spoiled child

是一个陈述句,其时态为一般现在时

成份划分
new!
I主语 feel谓语动词 it is your ••• child宾语

从句

it is your husband who is to blame for the spoiled child

这是一个宾语从句,其时态为一般现在时

成份划分
new!
it主语 isbe 动词 your husband who ••• child表语(名词)

从句

who is to blame for the spoiled child

这是一个定语从句,其时态为一般现在时

成份划分
new!
who主语 isbe 动词 to blame for ••• child表语(形容词)

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