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maybe + sent.

这是一个固定搭配。

may、might、maybe 有何区别

may

may为情态助动词。

1. 用于询问或说明一件事可不可以做,或用于建议。

2. 表示一件事或许会发生,或某种情况可能会存在。

注意! 表示可能性时:
can't语气强,表示不可能
may not语气弱,表示可能不
  • May I help you? 我可以帮忙吗?
  • A fool may throw a stone into a well which a hundred wise men cannot pull out. 一愚所失, 百智难回。
  • Later they may give performances in pubs or clubs, for which they are paid in cash. 接下来,他们可能会在酒吧或俱乐部演出,并获得现金报酬。
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maybe 的其它常用短语:

maybe 补足语maybe 名词性副词
maybe adv.maybe adv. sth.
maybe adj. 基数maybe adj.
maybe adj. sth.maybe ... sth.
maybe do.

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forget + (that) 引导的宾语从句

这是一个动词固定搭配。
vt. 忘..., 忘记..., 记不起来...; 忘[做/带/拿]...; 不再想...; 不再把...放在心上; 忽略...; 忽视...; 漠视...; 不再考虑...的可能; 没注意...; 未想到...

forget、forget about 有何区别

forget通常指忘记具体的东西(如名字、号码、地址等)

forget about后者通常指忘记一件事情(如开会、学习、吃饭、锁门等)

  • I forget her name. 我把她的名字给忘了。
  • Don't forget about your study. 别忘了学习。
  • They were so busy that they even forgot about their own meals. 他们忙得连饭都忘记吃。

有时两者可换用,尤其是表示不要把...放在心上时。

  • He forgot (about) her birthday. 他把她的生日忘了。
  • Let's forget (about) our differences. 咱们不要把彼此的分歧放在心上。
表示忘记做某事

除可用forget to do. sth.外,有时也可用forget about doing. sth.

  • She had forgotten all about posting the letter. 她把寄信的事忘得一干二净。

另外,一般现在时的forget后可直接跟动名词表示忘记做过某事。但用在一般过去时(forgot)时,则通常会先接介词about(只是更加常见,并不作区分)

  • I forgot about doing it. 我忘记已做此事了。
forget (about) it
用于回答感谢,意为不客气

Thank you very much for your help. 多谢你的帮助。

Forget about it. 不用谢。
用于回答道歉,意为没关系

I'm sorry for what I said. 我为我所说的话道歉。

Forget it! I don't remember anyway. 没关系,反正我也没有记住。
用于表示否定或拒绝,意为不行

A: I'll take the small truck. 我要开那辆小卡车。

B: And leave me to drive the other one? Forget it. 让我开另外那辆? 不行不行。
用于表示不想提及某情况或指某情况无关紧要等

A: How much do I owe you? 我欠你多少钱?

B: Forget it! 算了吧!

  • A woman is going to forget that the dogs are up there like some people forget their coffee mug.
  • A piano that plays itself mystifies visitors that have forgotten that computers exist.
  • The woman forgot she was wearing an apron.
  • Maybe you forgot you spent the money on something else yesterday afternoon.
  • Bob forgot transformers aren't real
  • She is wondering where her sunglasses are, forgetting that they are on top of her head.

forget 的其它常用短语:

forget wh-/how + 不定式, wh-/how + 不定式作宾语成份忘...forget whether + 不定式, whether + 不定式作宾语成份忘...
forget sth.忘...forget one's manners
forget about sth.忘记...forget about it算了
forget to do. (sth.)忘记(做)...

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spend + sth. + on + sth.

这是一个动词固定搭配。
v. 花费...在...(上)

cost、take 及 spend 的区别

costtakespend均可表示花费

注意! 如下仅对比在该语意下的区别

cost

cost的主语通常是事或物,也可以是形式主语it,但不能是人。

cost的宾语通常是钱。在表示花费时,cost不能用于被动语态。

误:Thirty dollars was cost by the coat.

注意!cost不是表示花费,而是表示客观上地或被动地耗费,则也可用人作主语。

Smokers cost the government a lot of money every year.

抽烟的人每年要耗费政府不少钱。

cost有时也用于时间,但通常只用于笼统时间,一般不用于具体明确的时间。

Making experiments like this costs much time and labour.

做这样的实验要花很多时间和劳力。

固定搭配:

sth. costs (sb.) money某物花某人多少钱

it costs (sb.) money to do. sth.做某事花某人多少钱

  • The computer cost (me) $2000. 这台电脑花了(我) 2000 美元。
  • It costs $1000 a year to run a car. 使用一辆车每年要花1000美元。
  • How much did it cost to build the bridge? 建这座桥花了多少钱?
take

take的主语可以是人、事或物,也可以是形式主语it

take的宾语通常是时间,也可以是钱。在表示花费时,take通常不用于被动语态。

误:Two hours was taken to do the work.

按传统语法,take的宾语通常是时间,但在现代英语中,用钱作其宾语的现象已很普遍

It takes a lot of money to buy a house.

买一座房子要花一大笔钱。

固定搭配:

it takes sb. [time/money] to do. sth.做某事花某人...

it takes [time/money] for sb. to do. sth.做某事花某人...

sth. takes sb. [time/money] to do.某事花了某人...去做

sb. takes [time/money] to do.某人花...去做某事

  • It took me an hour to write the letter. 写这封信花了我一个小时。
  • The letter took me an hour (to write). 写这封信花了我一个小时。
  • I took an hour to write the letter. 写这封信花了一个小时。
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  • It took her two hours to walk to the station. 走路去车站花了她两小时。
spend

spend的主语只能是人,不能是事或物。

spend的宾语则可以是时间或钱。在表示花费时,spend可以用于被动语态。

  • Two hours was spent on the work.

固定搭配:

sb. spends [time/money] on sth.某人在...上花了...

sb. spends [time/money] in doing. sth.某人在做某事方面花了...

  • I have spent all day looking for you. 我花了一整天找你。
  • He spends much [time/money] on books. 他花了很多时间读(钱买)书。
在引申意上的区别

三者均可用于比喻用法中,但含义不同。

cost

cost可以表示付出代价(劳力、麻烦、精力、生命等)

  • Careless driving will cost you your life. 粗心开车会要你的命。
  • Just ring him up. It'll cost you nothing. 给他打个电话,这不费什么事。
spend

spend可以表示消耗, 用完

  • I'll spend no more breath on him. 我不会再和他费唇舌。
  • He spent great efforts to help me. 他费了很大的劲儿来帮我。
take

take可以表示需要人力(精力、劳力等)

  • It takes patience. 做这工作需要耐心。
  • It takes two to make a quarrel. 一个巴掌拍不响。
  • It took three men to lift the box. 抬这个箱子要 3 个人。

on 与 onto 有何区别

两者都用作介词,合写一词的onto在意上相当于to + on,即表示某物向另一物运动(to),然后停落在另一物之上(on)。使用时两者常可换用。

  • He jumped [onto/on to] the horse. 他跳上马。
  • He put the dictionary [onto/on to] the desk. 他把字典放到桌上。

以下情况的on to不能合写为一词(onto):

on为副词
  • We must walk on to the next village. 我们必须继续走路去下一个村庄。
  • Pass this on to the next person after signing it. 签名之后请把它传给下一位。
on后的to为不定式符号
  • He went on to tell us an interesting story. 接着他给我们讲了个有趣的故事。
  • He had to hang on to avoid being washed overboard. 为了不至于被冲入水里,他只好紧紧抓住不放。

  • spends an outrageous amount on entertainment
  • The retired men spend a lazy afternoon on the front porch.
  • A dog spending time on the beach with his owner.
  • spent many happy days on the beach
  • The president spent most of his speech backing and filling on the question of taxation.
  • A man spends time with his young son on a boat in the middle of a lake.
  • I spent all morning on the track of a vendor who can meet our requirements.
  • I spent a lot on Mary's gift.
  • spent his childhood on the paternal farm
  • Guys spending the vacations on Tv

spend 的其它常用短语:

spend on sth. sth., 过时、夸张用法spend sth.花费
spend sth. in sth.花费...[于/在]...spend time alone
spend sth. for sth.spend time in sth.
spend sth. alonespend money用钱
spend the night过夜spend all全花光了
spend time花[费]时间spend sth. doing. (sth.)花费...(某物)...(做某事)

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something + else

这是一个名词短语。
n. 其他的一些东西, 另外的一些东西

  • We missed the occasion to qualify something else .
  • the kittens he found did not turn out to be something else
  • I will work as a stockbroker for a while, and then move on to something else .
  • After Sally finished telling her joke, everyone laughed and someone said, "Oh, Sally, you are something else !"
  • She sighed about her illness and then shifted her thoughts to something else .
  • A woman checks for food while another waits for something else .
  • A man in plaid stops to take a picture while a man in blue looks off at something else .
  • any trouble between us is caused by something else
  • A graffiti artist paints over something else .
  • a boy points to something else for a younger boy to look at

something 的其它常用短语:

something adj.something doing.

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money

这是一个名词短语。
n. 钱, 金钱; 金额; 货币; 财产, 财富, 资产; 工资, 薪金; 奖金; 经济来源; 款项; 有钱人, 富人; 金融界

当前money(不限本句)既可以用作可数名词,也可以用作不可数名词

money 常见用法

表示 "钱"

money表示,是不可数名词。

  • I haven't got any money on me. 我身上一点钱都没有。
  • I decided to ask for my money back. 我决定把我的钱要回来。
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yesterday + afternoon

这是一个状语结构。
昨天下午

afternoon、morning 及 evening 的用法

时间的划分:

Morning(上午)指从日出到正午。

afternoon(下午)指从正午到日落或下午工作结束。

evening(晚上)指从日落到一天工作的结束或就寝。

用作口语招呼语

在口语中打招呼时,通常用good [morning/afternoon/evening]等。

  • Good morning! How are you doing? 早上好,你怎么样?
  • Good evening, everybody. 大家晚上好。
  • Good afternoon. Terrible weather, isn't it? 下午好! 天气真糟,是不是?

但在非正式场合,有时可把good省略掉,以显得更随便一些。

  • Morning, George. 早上好,乔治。
  • Afternoon, Diana. 下午好,戴安娜。
关于冠词的使用
在通常情况下要与定冠词(the)联用
  • I'll be back in the afternoon. 我下午回来。
  • An hour in the morning is worth two in the evening. 早上一小时抵晚上两小时。
受形容词修饰,可用不定冠词(a、an)

若受形容词修饰,指具体的某个上午、下午、晚上时,可用不定冠词。

  • He visited her on a rainy morning. 他在一个下雨的早晨去拜访了她。
  • We met on a cold afternoon in early spring. 我们是在早春季节一个寒冷的下午见面的。
强调时间的起点,则习惯上不用冠词

若不强调时间的期间,而强调时间的起点,则习惯上不用冠词。

  • Afternoon came, and it was time for them to leave. 下午到了,是他们起程的时候了。
  • It happened towards evening the next day. 这事发生在次日傍晚。
  • When morning came, I found that she had left. 天亮了,我发现她已走了。

比较: Night began to fall. 夜幕开始降临。

注意! 该种用法偏向于过渡口语,Enpuz暂不支持分析
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on a cold winter eveningone cold winter evening同义,均表示在一个寒冬的下午

前者用不定冠词,要用介词on,构成介宾短语作状语。

后者用one,其前不用介词,构成名词性副词作状语。

关于复数的使用

复数形式表示经常性。

  • Plenty of shops open on Sunday mornings. 周日上午很多商店营业。
  • Some people work best in the mornings, and others do better in the evenings. 有人上午工作效率最高;有人晚上工作效果好。

复数形式也可直接用作副词,表示每天上午、下午或晚上或任何一天的上午、下午或晚上。

  • I only work mornings. 我只在上午工作。
  • Afternoons, he works at home. 下午他都在家工作。
  • He goes out drinking most evenings. 晚上他差不多都到外边喝酒。
与介词的搭配
直接做时间点(段)

泛指一般意义的上午、下午或晚上,通常与介词in联用。

若是特指具体某一天的上午、下午或晚上,则与介词on联用。

  • You must get up earlier in the morning. 你早晨必须起早一点。
  • Generally she remained in on Sunday evening. 一般说来星期天晚上她都留在家里。

但是当afternoonmorningevening等词与earlylate连用时,即使它有定语修饰特指具体某一天的上午、下午或晚上,也通常用介词in

  • He arrived in the early morning of April the first. 他于4月1日清晨到达。
作某个时间段的相对坐标

afterbybeforeuntilfrom等介词联用,用于表示时间段。

  • He didn't come back until yesterday afternoon. 直到昨天下午他才回来。
  • By tomorrow afternoon I ought to have finished the job.` 到明天下午的时候我应该把这工作做完了。
容易犯的错误

中文说每天上午一天傍晚等,英语表示为every morningone evening等即可。

而不能直译为every day morningone day evening等。


  • Maybe you forgot you spent the money on something else yesterday afternoon.

yesterday 的其它常用短语:

yesterday 时间点, 某天的某个时间点
翻译:你可能忘了你昨天下午花钱买了别的东西。
Maybe you forgot you spent the money on something else yesterday afternoon.

这是一个复合句

主句

you forgot you spent the money on something else yesterday afternoon.

是一个陈述句,其时态为一般过去时

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new!beta
you主语 forgot谓语动词 you spent the ••• afternoon.宾语

从句

you spent the money on something else yesterday afternoon.

这是一个宾语从句,其时态为一般过去时

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you主语 spent...on...谓语动词短语 the money直接宾语 something else介词宾语
谓语动词的状语、补语、伴随语:
yesterday afternoon.

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