sentence So as you can imagine, if your skin gets burned it can be very serious. /So-as-you-can-imagine+-if-your-skin-gets-burned-it-can-be-very-serious.= 1

So as you can imagine, if your skin gets burned it can be very serious. 英语句型语法分析长句已解锁

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so + sent.

这是一个固定搭配。
sent. 所以..., 因此...

so 的连词用法

so用作连词,主要用于表述结果,意为所以

  • It's very cold, so wear a heavy coat. 外边很冷,因此穿一件厚大衣。
  • The door was locked, so we couldn't get in. 门上锁了,所以我们进不去。
  • I couldn't have won, so I didn't go in for the race. 我不可能获胜,因此我没参赛。
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  • The play began at eight, so they must dine at seven. 戏八点开始,因此他们必须七点吃饭。
  • It was dark, so I couldn't see what was happening. 天很黑,所以我看不见发生了什么事。
  • There happened to be a policeman on the corner, so I asked him the way. 恰好拐角处有一位警察,我就向他问路了。
and so

so可与并列连词and连用,构成习惯用语and so(相当so)

  • He told me to do it and so I did it. 他叫我那么做,所以我就做了。
  • He worked hard and so he succeeded. 他勤奋工作,所以他取得了成功。
  • There was so much to eat and so few people to eat it. 有这么多东西可吃,而吃的人又这么少。
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  • I forgot to post the letter, and so she never heard about my divorce. 我忘了寄那封信了,所以她一直不知道我离婚的事。
可能的误用

在英语中,除复合连词外,一个句子只能使用一个连词。

所以,与中文习惯相反,表述结果的so不能与表述原因的because同时使用。

因为他生病了,所以他不能来。

误: Because he was ill, so he couldn't come.

正: Because he was ill, he couldn't come.

正: He was ill, so he couldn't come.
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  • A man climbing up a cliff so he can jump off the top.
  • A baseball player avoiding being tagged out so he can win the game.
  • The man is using a microphone so people can hear him.
  • So , it has come to this?
  • Joan tends to take people at face value and so she is always getting hurt.
  • I was so teed off I could have spit!
  • So I said to her, quote, unquote, it's time we had a little talk.
  • A girl is finishing chores so she can have cookies.
  • A fireman lifting up the red tape so he can walk underneath it.
  • So by the 1600's Shakespeare was able to make use of a wider vocabulary than ever before.

so 的其它常用短语:

So what ?so adj. as sth.
so adj. as to do.so adv.
so adj.so adj. sth.
be. so adv.be. so adv. 副词性介词
so adv. sth.so adv. as adj.
so adv. from sth.so far迄今为止
so soon这么快so far as possible

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倒装成分 + 主句,构成倒装结构

这是一个固定搭配。

  • It is certain that if there are fewer people driving, there will be less air pollution.
  • As is reported in the newspapers, talks between the two countries are making progress
  • Should they have patience, they could do the work well.
  • If it should snow tomorrow, they couldn't go out.
  • While I don't like biology, I find it interesting.
  • When the first thunderstorm came, I took my condenser to a shed in the fields where I could do my experiment.
  • If you have any questions or requests, please let me know.
  • As far as I can see, there is only one possible way to keep away from the danger.
  • As has been announced, we shall have our final exams next month.
  • As time went by, I did research into how to make my radio.
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as 引导的状语从句

这是一个状语结构。

as 引导的 5 种状语从句

引导时间状语从句

表示当……的时候

多强调主句和从句中的动作或状态同时发生,从句可放在主句前,也可放在主句后。

  • As I waited at the stop, I heard a big noise. 当我在车站等车的时候,我听到一个很大的声响。
  • She rose up as he entered. 当他进来时,她站了起来。
引导原因状语从句

表示因为、由于

其语气不如because强,通常为附加说明的理由,且是已知晓的原因,主句与从句没有逻辑上的因果关系。

  • As she was not well, I went there alone. 因为她身体不好,所以我独自到那里去了。
  • As he is a tailor, he knows what to do with this material. 由于他是个裁缝,他知道怎样利用这块布料。
引导让步状语从句

表示虽然……但是……

从句通常用倒装语序,把从句的表语、状语或动词原形放在as前面,可以用though替代。

  • Child as he is, he knows a lot. 虽然他是个孩子,但他知道的东西很多。
  • Hard as it was raining, they went on working in the field. 虽然天下大雨,但他们继续在田地里干活。
引导方式状语从句

表示按照、依照、像

从句置于主句之后。

  • You should do as the teacher tells you. 你应当依照老师所说的去做。
  • The absence of air also explains why the stars do not seem to twinkle in space as they do from the earth. 空气的不存在,也说明了为什么在空中星星看来并不闪烁,而不像 从地球上看的那样。
引导比较状语从句

表示像……一样

对主句和从句的动作或状态加以比较,说明它们之间有相似之处,在从句中常省略与主句相同的部分。

  • He doesn't work as hard as I (do). 他不像我工作那样努力。
  • I hope the necklace was as good as the one you lent me. 我希望我挂项链同你借给我的一样好。

because、since、as、for 的区别

because可用来回答why提出的问题;可以引导表语从句;可用于强调句等,而其余三者则不行。

because表示的是必然的因果关系,语气最强,通常放在主句之后,若需强调则放在主句之前。

sinceas所表示的原因是人们已知的,是对已知事实提供理由,而不表示直接原因。它们引导的从句通常放在主句之前,有时也放在主句之后。

  • As he wasn't ready in time, we went without him. 因他未及时准备好,我们没等他就先走了。
  • Since we have no money, it's no good thinking about a holiday. 既然我们没有钱,考虑度假有什么用。

至于for, 它是并列连词(其余三者为从属连词),它有时可表示因果关系 (通常要放在主句之后,且可与because换用);有时不表示因果关系,而是对前面分句内容的解释或推断 (也要放在主句之后,但不能与because换用)。试比较:

  • The ground is wet, [for/because] it rained last night. 地面是湿的,因为昨晚下过雨。
  • It must have rained last night, for the ground is wet this morning. 昨晚一定下过雨,你看今天早上地面是湿的。

like、as 的区别

两者都含有像, 就像, 如同的意思。

注意! 当前仅对比在该相似语意下的区别
相同点

在谈到人、事物或动作彼此有相同点或共同点时,两者均可使用。

like是介词,用于名词、代词、动名词之前。

as是连词,用于分句之前。

  • Like me, she enjoys all kinds of music. 她和我一样,各种音乐都喜爱。
  • She enjoys all kinds of music, as I do. 她各种音乐都喜爱,和我一样。

但在口语中,like往往也可用作连词,可与as互换:

  • Nobody understands him [like/as] I do. 没有人能像我这样理解他。
不同点

在表示职业、身份、作用等时,两者的区别是:

as表示比较的双方具有同一性(即同属一类或完全相似)。

like只表示在某些方面相似。

  • He worked as a slave. 他是奴隶。(即: 他实际上就是奴隶。)
  • He worked like a slave. 他像奴隶一样工作。(即: 他工作很辛苦,但仍是自由人,不是奴隶。)
  • She worked as a teacher for many years. 她当了许多年的教师。(即: 她实际上就是教师。)
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  • Our doctor always talks to me like a teacher talking to a child. 给我们看病的医生对我说话总是像教师对小学生说话一样。(即: 他不是教师,但以教师的方式。)
表示动作方式

另外,表示动作方式时,通常用like,如下面各句中的like就不宜改为as

  • He ate like a beast. 他吃起东西来像只野兽。
  • She can eat like a horse and never put on weight. 她吃得很多,但从不发胖。
表示用途

当表示用途时,用as而不用like,此时翻译成作为; 当作则更为恰当。

  • He used his umbrella as a weapon. 他把伞当作武器。
  • Please don't use that knife as a screwdriver. 请不要把那把刀当锥子来用。

when、while、as 有何区别

三者都可表示当...时候

若主句表示的是一个短暂性动作,从句表示的是一个持续性动作,三者皆可用:

  • He fell asleep when/while/as he was reading. 他看书时睡着了。

在其它情况下,它们之间存在着些许差异:

注意! 所有差别实际是将语感文字化,以解释现象的原因。对于初学者来说,培养语感更加重要,无需刻意记忆。
as语义非常丰富,此处只对比类似语义下的差异。
若主、从句表示两个同时进行的持续性动作,且强调主句表示的动作延续到从句所指的整个时间
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  • As time went by, I did research into how to make my radio.
  • Something terrible must have happened if Li Chang was not coming to eat in his restaurant as he always did.
  • We could not distinguish the leaves of the bushes from the leaves of the trees as we moved farther away.
  • They bridged over each of the streams as they came to them.
  • As we joined the big crowd, I got separated from my friends.
  • As she drifted in the sea, she clung to a floating log.
  • He did not want to be attacked by the Christian Church, so he only published it as he lay dying in 1543.
  • Betsy's bulldog came out toward my bike as I rode by.
  • Do you mind if I continue with my knitting as we talk?
  • As luck would have it, the check came in the mail today.

as 的其它常用短语:

as the saying goes俗话说as a duck takes to water
as i was saying我刚才说了as luck would have it碰巧
as we speak就在我们说话的时候as i expected
以 as 引导的句子,存在主谓倒装结构

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倒装成分 + 主句,构成倒装结构

这是一个固定搭配。

  • It is certain that if there are fewer people driving, there will be less air pollution.
  • As is reported in the newspapers, talks between the two countries are making progress
  • Should they have patience, they could do the work well.
  • If it should snow tomorrow, they couldn't go out.
  • While I don't like biology, I find it interesting.
  • When the first thunderstorm came, I took my condenser to a shed in the fields where I could do my experiment.
  • If you have any questions or requests, please let me know.
  • As far as I can see, there is only one possible way to keep away from the danger.
  • As has been announced, we shall have our final exams next month.
  • As time went by, I did research into how to make my radio.
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if 引导的状语从句

这是一个固定搭配。

if 引导的条件状语从句

if含义为如果、假如,它引导的从句表示某件事发生所需要的条件,即在…条件下, 某事才能发生,在主句中充当状语,因此称之为条件状语从句

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四大条件句详解

条件句用于表示仅当一个特定条件(在if + 从句中)满足时,主句(不包含if的句子)中的动作才会发生。

通常有如下两种结构:

If + 从句+ , + 主句 + .
主句 + if + 从句 + .
  • If it doesn't rain, we'll go to the park.
  • We'll go to the park if it doesn't rain.
关于逗号
1. 如果if + 从句出现在整句开头,不要忘了在其后添加逗号( , )
2. 如果主句部分出现在整句开头,则无须使用逗号。
(添加逗号是为了避免在书面语中主从句划分异常引起歧义。而if + 从句后置时,if引导词本身就潜在划分功能,所以前面的逗号可以省略)
次序引起的强调
在书面语中,次序引起的强调效果不是特别明显。但在口语中,配合语气强弱,很容易起到强调作用
1. if + 从句在前,强调if + 从句,即强调条件
2. 主句在前,强调主句,即强调结果

英语中一共有四大类条件句,在接下来的小节中,让 Enpuz 为您逐个做详细介绍。

第一条件句
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  • Something terrible must have happened if Li Chang was not coming to eat in his restaurant as he always did.
  • It is certain that if there are fewer people driving, there will be less air pollution.
  • If we know more about what causes the result, we may be able to take measures before it is too late.
  • If things keep progressing at that rate, we'll be rich by next year.
  • If a little rain can ruin the best-laid plans of mice and men, think what an earthquake might do!
  • If you have spare time to visit my hometown, I'd be more than happy to be your guide.
  • If we keep spending so much, before long we'll be without any money.
  • If being ahead of the game is important to you and to your business, lease a mobile phone from us.
  • Act your request out, if you can't say it.
  • If you want to ruin your life and marry Tom, it's all right with me.

if 的其它常用短语:

if not要不if I were ..., 虚拟条件如果我是...
if anything should happen如果有什么会发生be. if you please
if 表语(介词)be. if 表语(介词)
if 表语(副词性介词)be. if 表语(副词性介词)
if 表语(形容词)be. if 表语(形容词)
if 表语(-ed 过去分词)be. if 表语(-ed 过去分词)
if 表语(-ing 现在分词)be. if 表语(-ing 现在分词)
if 表语(名词性副词)be. if 表语(名词性副词)
be. if ...if sth. (,) 主句,构成状语前置结构
分句 1 if 分句 2分句 1 if 分句 2(祈使句)

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get + burned

这是一个动词短语。
v. 烧着; 烧伤; 晒伤; 遭殃

get done. 详解

get done.用于被动结构和系表结构。

用于被动结构时,它强调动作的发生。

用于系表结构时,它强调状态的变化。

  • I got dressed as quickly as I could. 我尽快穿好衣服。
  • I got caught in the deluge on the way home. 我在回家的路上遇到倾盆大雨。
  • I got drunk for the first time in my life last night. 昨晚我有生以来第一次喝醉了。
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  • She nearly got hit by a car. 她差点被汽车撞上了。
  • Don't play with knives. You might get hurt. 不要玩刀子,说不定会伤着自己。
  • Happily none got killed in that accident. 幸亏那起车祸没有造成死亡。
  • I gave you a map so you wouldn't get lost. 我给你一张地图 这样你就不会迷路了。
  • They were walking out for years before they got married. 他们恋爱多年才结婚。
与 be done. 的区别
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  • Earbuds of a man got burnt due to over heat.
  • The man got burned from the flaming torch that he was juggling.
  • So as you can imagine, if your skin gets burned it can be very serious.
  • A cat is having a lot of fun, and avoiding getting burned .
  • Please yank away that rug from the fire before it gets burned .
  • The little girl needs to be careful she doesn't get burned .
  • If you get close to the fire, you may get burned .
  • A man in a swimming outfit trying not to get burnt using a blue umbrella.
  • The woman who jumped back from the high flames of a pan on the stove still got burnt .

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mod. + do.

这是一个动词短语。

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imagine

这是一个动词短语。
vi. 想像; 设想; 猜想; 料想

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imagine 的其它常用短语:

imagine sth.想像...imagine that想象一下
imagine wh-/how + 不定式, wh-/how + 不定式作宾语成份想像...imagine whether + 不定式, whether + 不定式作宾语成份想像...
imagine sth. adj.imagine sb. to do. (sth.)
imagine sth. prep.imagine sth. doing. (sth.)
imagine sth. done.imagine sth. prep. sth.想象...
imagine sth. prep. with sth.imagine sth. as sth.
imagine as sth. sth.

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skin

这是一个名词短语。
n. 皮(肤)

当前skin(不限本句)既可以用作可数名词,也可以用作不可数名词


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very + adj.

这是一个形容词短语。
adj. 非常地...

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very 的其它常用短语:

very do.+ed sth.very adj. sth.
very adv.very well do.非常好地...(做某事)
be. very excitedvery soon不久
very much非常very well那好吧
be. very exciting

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serious

这是一个形容词短语。
adj. 严肃的, 认真的; 庄重的; 深思熟虑的; 真诚的; 重要的, 重大的; 严重的; 可怕的, 危急的; 非娱乐性的, 非消遣的; 极感兴趣的, 热衷的; 宗教的, 非世俗的; 大量的; 过多的

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serious 的其它常用短语:

serious sth.严肃的...be. serious about sth.对...是[认真/严肃/重视]的
So as you can imagine, if your skin gets burned it can be very serious.

这是一个复合句

主句

if your skin gets burned it can be very serious.

是一个固定搭配, 其时态可以是一般现在时一般将来时

注意!情态动词can在不同场景下可以表示不同的时态。

其满足特殊句型: 。详情请参考下文具体介绍。

成份划分
new!beta
it主语 can bebe 动词(复合结构) very serious.表语(形容词)
谓语动词的状语、补语、伴随语:
if your skin ••• burned

从句

your skin gets burned

这是一个状语从句,其时态为一般现在时

成份划分
new!beta
your skin主语 gets系动词 burned表语(过去分词)

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