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that 引导的主语从句

这是一个固定搭配。

  • A young boy is staring a butterfly that he has just caught.
  • The elevators were nice except that the management had piped in music.
  • Now that we've seen the negative angle, let 's look at the best-case scenario.
  • That most of languages are now threatened is a serious matter to the people
  • That the company was moving to California was a foregone conclusion.
  • A man has found a ball that someone had abandoned.
  • A man cries that his dog has just been ran over by a car.
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动词(或动词短语) + 过去分词作伴随状语, 两者同时发生

这是一个固定搭配。

  • Dog running down paved walkway near a Japanese maple tree.
  • When Sally heard the joke, she almost came unglued.
  • Bill went off half-cocked and told everybody he was running for the state legislature.
  • Poor Ted really looks washed out.
  • Puddles are to be jumped over, not waded through.
  • Why was he so frosted?
  • Please rest assured that we will do everything possible to help.
  • I will contract this out and have it done by consultants.
  • a dog runs after ball thrown by owner.
  • Mary rushed at the door, but it slammed shut before she got there.
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threaten + sth.

这是一个动词短语。
vt. 恐吓, 威胁, 预示...的凶兆

menace、threaten 的区别

menacethreaten都含威胁; 恐吓的意思。

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  • The clouds threaten rain
  • An angry mob threatening a salesman.
  • A huge bear appeared out of nowhere and roared and threatened us.
  • A boy digs a hole in the sand to threaten others.
  • A man is threatening a boy.
  • That most of languages are now threatened is a serious matter to the people
  • the break in the dam threatened the valley
  • Max put the chill on the guys who threatened him.
  • As a person of color, I felt threatened by the racist jokes that my coworker told.
  • The children throw rocks at the militant threatening their safety.

threaten 的其它常用短语:

threaten sth. with sth.threaten with sth. sth., 过时、夸张用法
threaten to do. (sth.)威胁...
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matter

这是一个名词短语。
n. 事情; 问题; 当前的状况

当前matter(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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matter 的其它常用短语:

a matter of sth.具有...(特性)的事

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most + of + sth.

这是一个名词短语。
n. 大部分的..., 绝大多数...

majority 与 most 有何区别

majority只能修饰可数名词,例: the majority of countries

most修饰可数或不可数名词均可,还可用作副词。

most 与 most of 有何区别

mostmost of的区别在许多情况下与所修饰的名词是否带有限定词(如冠词、指示代词、物主代词、名词所有格等)有关。

所修饰的名词前没有限定词

如果所修饰的名词前没有限定词,通常要用most,不用most of

  • Most people agree with me. 多数人同意我的意见。
  • Most cheese is made from cow's milk. 奶酪大都是用牛奶做的。
  • Most people work from nine to five. 大多数人从 9 点工作到 5 点。

但是,在习惯上不带冠词的专有名词(如人名和地名等)或抽象名词(如学科名词等)前,要用most of,不用most

  • Most of George seemed to be covered with hair. 乔治身上好像大部分地方都长毛。
  • Most of Wales was without electricity last night. 昨天夜里,威尔士多数地区都停电了。
所修饰的名词前带有限定词

如果所修饰的名词前带有限定词,则用most of,不能只用most

  • Most of my friends live abroad. 我的朋友大多数住在国外。
  • Most of the people here know each other. 这里大多数人互相认识。
  • He's eaten two pizzas and most of a cold chicken. 他吃了两张比萨饼和大半只冷鸡。
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  • Most of those workers have still been unable to find jobs. 这批工人中大多数仍未能找到工作。

注意,不要按汉语思维习惯,将限定词放在most之前。

误: My most friends live abroad.

误: The most people here know each other.

误: He's eaten two pizzas and a most cold chicken.

误: Those most workers have still been unable to find jobs.

对于可数名词来说,如果是单数形式,不能直接在其前使用most,而应使用most of + 限定词 + 单数可数名词的形式。

  • Narrative makes up most of the book. 记叙文占书的大部分。
  • You've got most of the bed as usual. 你跟往常一样占了大半张床。
  • The hen sits for most of the day. 这只母鸡整天大部分时间都在抱窝。
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  • It was wet and windy for most of the week. 一周大半时间都是又下雨又刮风。
直接用在代词之前

如果直接用在代词之前,要用most of,不用most

  • Most of us thought he was wrong. 我们大多数人认为他错了。
  • Most of them probably eat too much meat. 他们大多数人都吃太多的肉了。

注意,在关系代词前也只能用most of,不用most

  • The buses, most of which were already full, were surrounded by an angry crowd. 公共汽车大多数都已经挤满了人,它们被愤怒的人群包围着。
  • I have a number of American relatives, most of whom live in Texas. 我有一些美国亲戚,他们大都住在得克萨斯。

另外,在连接代词what引导的从句前也是用most of,不用most

  • I learned most of what I know about gardening through trial and error. 我的大部分园艺知识都是通过不断摸索学到的。
省略

如果意思明确,most后所修饰的名词可以省略,但most of后所修饰的名词永远不能省略。

也就是说,如果是不修饰名词而单独使用,只能用most,不用most of

  • A few people were killed in the fire, but most were saved. 在那场火灾中,有几个人被烧死,但大部分人都得救了。
  • Some potatoes have been harvested, but most are still in the ground. 一些土豆已经收获了,但大多数仍然在地里。
指代范围

mostmost of修饰名词时有时在含义上有差别,即前者多表示泛指,后者多表示特指。

  • Most people like to spend Christmas at home. 多数人喜欢在家里过圣诞节。
  • Most of the people I know like to spend Christmas at home. 我所认识的人当中,多数人喜欢在家里过圣诞节。
作主语

most [of] ...用作主语时,其谓语是否用单数或复数形式,需根据它所修饰或代表的名词的可数性来确定。

  • Most of her books were stolen. 她的大部分书被偷走了。
  • Most of her money was stolen. 她的大部分钱被走偷了。

most、mostly 有何区别

most作副词时,表示最; 非常, 及其,用于表感受的肯定句中,相当于very

most作限定词或名词时,表示大部分, 大多数,例: most people

mostly作副词,表示大部分,例: the people are mostly...


  • Most of the workers were female.
  • A girl is standing in a field pushing up her baseball hat with one finger and her hand is covering most of her face.
  • Most of the students at the exclusive private college were born with silver spoons in their mouths.
  • We will have to hew most of this forest down.
  • She spent most of her life wishing for Prince Charming, who would come along and sweep her off her feet.
  • The trouble in the neighborhood frightened most of the residents into their houses.
  • The storm snowed in most of the people in town.
  • He sprawled out and took up most of the space.
  • I spent most of the movie jockeying around, trying to get comfortable.
  • I think that most of the audience tuned out during the last part of the lecture.

most 的其它常用短语:

most sth.大多数...
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language

这是一个名词短语。
n. 语言

当前language(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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now + ...

这是一个固定搭配。

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now 的其它常用短语:

now ...now adj. sth.
now , 句子
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serious + sth.

这是一个名词短语。
n. 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:

be. serious about sth.对...是[认真/严肃/重视]的
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the + people

这是一个名词短语。
n. 人民

man、people、person 的区别

man

man用于表示男人时,与woman相对。

man用于表示人类时,没有复数形式,也不加任何冠词。

  • She ran away with a man called McTavish last year. 去年,她和一个叫麦克塔维什的男人私奔了。
  • The chick initially has no fear of man. 小鸡天生并不怕人。
  • He is the man of all others for the job. 他是所有人之中最适于干这工作的人。
people

people用于表示人们时,是集体名词,表泛指概念,前面不加冠词,且没有复数形式。

people作可数名词时表示民族。其复数形式为peoples。视具体语境,特别在无量词修饰的情况下,peoples也可以翻译成[全体]人民, 各族人民

some people一些人

many people许多人

these people这些人

this people这个民族

one people一个民族

  • You can chat to other people who are online. 你可以和其他在线的人聊天。
  • It's a triumph for the Chinese people. 这是中国人民的胜利。
  • Millions of people have lost their homes. 数百万人失去了家园。
person

person表示个别,一般用于比较精确的场合。

  • At least one person died and several others were injured. 至少一人死亡,还有几个人受伤。
  • A friend of mine is a very anxious person. 我的一个朋友是个非常容易焦虑不安的人。
  • Mary was the first person to think of the idea. 玛丽是第一个想到这个主意的人

  • The people are sleeping in their beds.
  • The people drifted slowly into the hall.
  • The people are not by any water.
  • All the people prayed for peace.
  • The people thronged out of the concert hall at the end of the program.
  • The people are going into the building.
  • the people are coworkers
  • the people are at the motel sleeping
  • The explosion brought the people out of their homes.
  • The people are test driving a car.
That most of languages are now threatened is a serious matter to the people.

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主句

That most of languages are now threatened is a serious matter to the people.

是一个陈述句,其时态为一般现在时

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That most of ••• threatened主语 isbe 动词 a serious matter ••• people.表语(名词)

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most of languages are now threatened

这是一个主语从句,其时态为一般现在时

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