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可尝试扩展句子。越复杂的句子,分析结果越丰富。

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分句 1 + and + 分句 2

这是一个陈述句。

and 的用法

and是常用的连词。

连词在句中并不单独作句子成分,只起连接作用,即连接词与词、短语与短语或句子与句子。

表示并列、对称的关系
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  • Take this opportunity please, and I guarantee you won't regret it.
  • My car broke down last week and I still haven't had it repaired.
  • At length, the roses bloomed, and the tomatoes ripened.
  • Rock music is OK, and so is skiing.
  • I'll be glad when this day is over, and that's a fact.
  • The security guard fell asleep at the switch and a robber broke in.
  • I hate hiking and I'm not into classical music.
  • First, the basement flooded, and then, to add insult to injury, a pipe burst in the kitchen.
  • Lose one hour in the morning and you will be looking for it in the rest of the day.
  • It's a problem, and there is no way that you can argue your way out.

and 的其它常用短语:

分句 1 and 分句 2祈使成份 and 分句 1
分句 1 and 分句 2(祈使句)分句 1 and then 分句 2
and so forth等等and so on等等
and so 谓语

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become + adj.

这是一个动词短语。
v. 开始...; 变得...

become 用作连系动词 用法归纳

become可用作连系动词,意为成为

后接名词
  • They became great friends. 他们成了莫逆之交。
  • He aims to become a computer expert. 他打算当一名电脑专家。
  • She has become a painter of distinction. 她成了一名杰出的画家。
后接形容词
  • She became very fond of her. 她变得非常喜欢她了。
  • He soon became angry. 他过了一会儿就生气了。
  • She has become familiar with the house. 她对这房子已变得很熟悉。
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  • I've become used to a vegetarian diet. 我已习惯于素食。
后接过去分词
  • They had just become engaged. 他们刚刚订婚。
  • At last the truth became known to us. 我们终于知道了真相。
  • The room soon became crowded. 房间很快变得拥挤起来。
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  • Jamie was becoming annoyed with me. 杰米变得对我不高兴起来。
不接不定式

其后一般不接不定式。

他开始对生物感兴趣了。

误: He became to be interested in biology.

正: He became interested in biology.

于是我们开始喜欢他了。

误: Then we became to like him.

正: Then we began [came] to like him.

be、become、get 及 turn 有何区别


be

be表示成为时,多用于将来时、祈使句或不定式。

  • I would like to be a bus-driver.
  • My younger sister wants to be a movie star.
become

become强调变化的过程已经完成,后面可接名词或形容词。

  • Later the boy became an artist.
  • Her mother became angry when she heard the news.
get

get多用于口语,表示一种变化过程,强调的是渐渐变得,后常接形容词的比较级。

  • It's getting darker and darker outside.
  • In winter the days get shorter.
turn

turn指在颜色和性质等方面与以前的完全不同,强调变化的结果。

  • Leaves turned brown in the mountains.

  • Adventure travel is becoming more and more popular.
  • The surfer became afraid when he saw the wave behind him.
  • He was becoming quite ill from the smoke, and I had to take him out of the room.
  • I became sick at heart just looking at all the homeless children.
  • Having swallowed the fruit, the girl became pregnant and later gave birth to a handsome boy.
  • She was out in the sun so much that she became as brown as a berry.
  • It was tough going for the first few miles, but the trail became much easier as we got farther into the forest.
  • A man is becoming frustrated while working on a roof.
  • If you burn the midnight oil night after night, you'll probably become ill.
  • Eventually, every machine becomes worse for wear, you know.

become 的其它常用短语:

become 被动语态作表语开始...become done. by sth.
become adj. to sth.become interested in sth.对...产生兴趣
become separatedbecome adj. in sth.
become sth.成为...It becomes adj. to do.
It becomes more adj. to do.It becomes more and more adj. to do.
become a successbecome a member成为一名成员/会员
become a doctor成为一名医生become one成为一体
become friends成为朋友become of sth.发生于...

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new + technology

这是一个名词短语。
n. [化] 新技术
new sth.
n. 新的..., 陌生的..., 最近的..., 不熟悉的...
technology
n. 技术; 工艺; 工艺过程; 工艺方法; 术语, 专门用语; 应用科学

  • They never thought to apply 3D Printing as a new technology for their prototype development
  • The parks are becoming more advanced and new technology allows us to experience almost anything.
  • People engaged trying out new technology .
  • People trying out new technology .
  • He is telling them how to use new technology .
  • They applied 3D Printing as a new technology for their prototype development
  • It was the CEO's idea to apply 3D Printing as a new technology for their prototype development
  • They never ventured to intensively apply 3D Printing as a new technology for their prototype development
  • They didn't apply 3D Printing as a new technology for their prototype development
  • The company gave birth to a new technology .

new 的其它常用短语:

new sth.新的...new look新面目
new year新年new international economic order新的国际经济秩序
new fishery
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allow + sb. + to + do. + (sth.)

这是一个动词固定搭配。
v. 允许...(某人)...(做某事)

allow、let 及 permit 有何区别

allowletpermit都含准许的意思。

注意! 当前仅对比在该相似语意下的区别
permit
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  • The dry corn field in the country does not allow people to use vehicles on it.
  • A white person allowing a dog to go outside through a barred door.
  • A man shovels snow off of a roof while another stands in the contraption that allowed them to reach the high place.
  • A passive horse allow the man to sit on itself.
  • Kid are allowed to attempt the assault course.
  • only boys were allowed to play the game
  • A man regrets allowing his wife to dress themselves as twins while standing near a fountain.
  • Adults are not allowed to play in the ball pit
  • The man found it easiest to capture souls when the lighting allowed him to focus solely on his targets with greater precision.
  • No one is allowed to walk around at the market.

allow 的其它常用短语:

allow sb. to (do.)allow sth. sth.允许
allow sth. to sth.允许allow in sth.准许...进入
allow sth. in准许...进入allow sth.允许...
allow some elbow roomallow sb. up
allow sth. for sth.allow into sth.允许进入
allow of sth.容许(有...)allow for sth. to do.
allow for sth.允许...allow sth. prep. sth.
allow sth. 副词性介词allow sth. 名词性副词
allow sth. into sth.allow sb. up from sth.


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park

这是一个名词短语。
n. 公园

当前park可数。


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be. + doing.

这是一个动词短语。
v. (进行时)

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advanced

这是一个形容词短语。
adj. 在前的, 高级的, 先进的, 年老的

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advanced 的其它常用短语:

advanced sth.在前的...advanced freight预付运费
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experience + sth.

这是一个动词短语。
vt. 经历, 经验, 体验

  • we did not experience the pool or the hot tub
  • you and I and she all experienced Sensation in style
  • we experienced the pool and also the hot tub
  • Two women from Florida are experiencing winter for the first time.
  • Many ancient authors have experienced a near death event.
  • The dog experiences snow for the very first time.
  • you did not miss the opportunity to experience Sensation in style
  • Van Halen is experiencing budget cuts
  • we happily experienced the pool and sadly experienced the hot tub
  • we had the time to experience the pool

experience 的其它常用短语:

experience an energy crisis
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anything

这是一个名词短语。
n. 具有重要性的人(或事物); 严重事情; 任何不值一提的东西; 任何事(物), 不管何种事情

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anything 的其它常用短语:

anything adj.anything doing.
翻译:公园变得越来越先进,新技术让我们可以体验几乎任何事情。
The parks are becoming more advanced and new technology allows us to experience almost anything.

这是一个并列句,其使用并列连词 and 连接前后两个分句,使得两个分句之间存在并列关系。

分句 1

The parks are becoming more advanced

这是一个陈述句,其时态为现在进行时

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new!
The parks主语 are becoming系动词(复合结构)(进行时) more advanced表语(形容词)

分句 2

new technology allows us to experience almost anything.

这是一个陈述句,其时态为一般现在时

它与分句 1 之间存在并列关系。

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new!
new technology主语 allows谓语动词 us宾语 to experience almost anything.宾补(to do.不定式)

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