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    名師答疑:look、appear和seem的用法區別

    kira86 于2018-09-10發布 l 已有人瀏覽
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    Ask A Teacher: Look, Appear and Seem

    名師答疑:look、appear和seem的區別

    Welcome to Ask a Teacher–a new program where readers ask questions and teachers answer them.

    歡迎收聽名師答疑節目,讀者可在這檔新節目中提問,老師會進行解答。

    Have you ever noticed that English is full of words that have similar meanings? In today's Ask a Teacher, Mika from Japan asks how to decide among three verbs that all mean "give an idea about something."

    你是否注意到英語中到處都是意思相近的單詞?今天的名師答疑節目中,來自日本的美嘉詢問了三個都表達“對某事看法”含義的動詞如何使用。

    Here is her question:

    以下是她的問題:

    I don't understand the difference between "look," "appear" and "seem." If I say, "His new haircut makes him appear younger," is it correct?

    我不太理解look、appear和seem三者之間的關系。如果我這樣說:“His new haircut makes him appear younger”,這樣對嗎?

    Hello Mika and thanks for your question!

    美嘉你好,感謝你的提問!

    You can use "appear" in that situation, but the better verb would be "look."

    那種情境下你可以用“appear”,但最好使用動詞“look”。

    Let me give you the reasons why.

    讓我來告訴你原因。

    We use both the verbs "look" and "appear" to talk about a condition we have observed. In your sentence, you can see with your eyes how stylish the man's new haircut is. You also see that it gives his face a more youthful shape.

    我們可以用動詞“look”和“appear”討論我們觀察到的情況。你的句子中寫道,你可以看到男人的新發型非常時髦。你也可以看到新發型讓他的臉看起來更年輕。

    But "look" is more informal than the verb "appear." Your sentence sounded informal, as if you were talking to a friend.

    但是動詞“appear”比“look”更正式。你的句子聽起來比較非正式,好像是和朋友在聊天。

    In contrast, you might see the word "appear" in writing, or hear it in formal speech, such as an official news report. For example, a news reporter might say, "The suspect appeared to be fleeing the scene."

    反過來,“appear”可能會出現在寫作或是正式演講中,比如說官方的新聞報告。例如,新聞記者可能會說:“嫌疑人似乎已逃離現場。”

    As that example shows, "appear" is commonly used to talk about events and facts.

    正如上述事例所述,“appear”通常用于討論事件或事實。

    Your third choice, "seem" also means "to create an idea or impression." But "seem" does not suggest a direct observation. For example, you and I may have talked on the phone, and you told me about your great new job and recent vacation. Afterward, I could say, "Mika seems happy," even though I never saw you smile.

    你的第三個選擇“seem”的含義也是“創設想法或印象”。但是“seem”是指非直觀印象。例如,你和我在打電話,你告訴我你的新工作非常棒,你最近的假期。之后我就可以說:“美嘉似乎很開心”,即使我沒有看見你微笑。

    Keep in mind one other difference among the three words. "Seem" and "appear" are often followed by an infinitive verb, such as "The baby seems to want her bottle..." or "The man appears to be waving."

    還要記住三個詞的另一個差異。seem和appear后通常接不定式,例如“The baby seems to want her bottle…” 或者 “The man appears to be waving”。

    But, in everyday English, the verb "look" is often followed by an adjective. For example: "He looks tired."

    但在日常英語中,動詞look后通常接形容詞。例如“He looks tired”。

    And that's Ask a Teacher.

    以上就是本期名師答疑的全部內容。

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