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拜託英文超級高手修正文法錯誤!(限星期六前20點)

The paragraphs below contain errors in pronoun case, verb forms, subject-verb agreement, pronoun-antecedent agreement, and the forms of adjectives and adverbs. Revise the paragraphs to correct the errors.

Occasionally, musicians become “crossover artists” whom can perform good in more than one field of music. For example, Wynton and Branford Marsalis was train in jazz by their father, the great pianist Ellis Marsalis. Both of the sons has became successful classical artists. Branford’s saxophone captures the richness of pieces by Ravel and Stravinsky. Wynton’s albums of classical trumpet music from the Baroque period has brung him many awards. Still, if he was to choose which kind of music he likes best, Wynton would probable choose jazz. In contrast to the Marsalises, YO-YO Ma and Jean-Pierre Rampal growed up studying classical music. Then in the 1980s they was invited by Claude Bolling, a French pianist, to record Bolling’s jazz compositions. In fact, Rampal’s flute blended with Bolling’s music so good that the two men have did three albums. Such crossovers are often more harder for vocalists. Each type of music has their own style and feel that is hard to learn. For example, Luciano Pavarotti and Kiri te Kanawa, two great opera performers, have sang popular music and folk songs in concerts and on albums. On each occasion, their technique was the most perfect, yet each sounded as if he was simply trying to sing proper. It is even more difficulter for pop or country vocalists to sing opera, as Linda Ronstadt and Gary Morris founded when they appear in LaBoheme. Each of them have a clear, pure voice, but a few critics said that him and her lacked the vocal power necessary for opera. However, Bobby McFerrin been successful singing both pop and classical pieces. He won a Grammy awards for his song “Don’t Worry, Be Happy.” But he is equal able to sing classical pieces a cappella (without musical accompaniment). His voice’s remarkable range and clarity allows him to imitate many musical instruments.(另小段放在補充中 )

Update:

No matter how successful, all of these musicians has shown great courage by performing in a new field. They are willing to test and stretch their talents, and each of we music fans benefit.

Update 2:

請將修正原因稍微講解一下!不要亂改喔!謝謝!

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  • helen
    Lv 7
    2 decades ago
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    主要是在改副詞, 過去分詞, 假設語氣用法

    Occasionally, musicians become "crossover artists" (who) can perform (well) in more than one field of music. For example, Wynton and Branford Marsalis (were) (trained) in jazz by their father, the great pianist Ellis Marsalis. Both of the sons (have) (become) successful classical artists. Branford's saxophone captures the richness of pieces (composed) by Ravel and Stravinsky. Wynton's albums of classical trumpet music from the Baroque period (have) (brought) him many awards. Still, if he (were) to choose which kind of music he (would like) best, Wynton would (have probably chosen) jazz.

    In contrast to the Marsalises, YO-YO Ma and Jean-Pierre Rampal (grew) up studying classical music. Then in the 1980s they (were) invited by Claude Bolling, a French pianist, to record Bolling's jazz compositions. In fact, Rampal's flute blended with Bolling's music so (well) that the two men have (done) three albums. Such crossovers are often (harder) for vocalists. Each type of music has (its) own style and feel that (are) hard to learn. For example, Luciano Pavarotti and Kiri te Kanawa, two great opera performers, have (sung) popular music and folk songs in concerts and on albums. On each occasion, their technique was (perfect), yet each sounded as if he (were) simply trying to sing (properly). It is even more (difficult) for pop or country vocalists to sing (operas), as Linda Ronstadt and Gary Morris (were found) when they (appeared) in LaBoheme. Each of them (has) a clear, pure voice, but a few critics said that (they) lacked the vocal power (necessarily) for (operas). However, Bobby McFerrin (has) been (successfully) singing both pop and classical pieces. He won a Grammy (award) for his song "Don't Worry, Be Happy." But he is (equally) able to sing classical pieces a cappella (without musical accompaniment). His voice's remarkable range and clarity (allow) him to imitate many musical instruments.

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  • 2 decades ago

    1. whom -> who

    前方的先行詞 crossover artists 這在後面的句子扮演的是主詞的腳色(也可從後方緊接的是動詞看出)

    good -> well

    well 為副詞,副詞修飾動詞 perform

    2. was -> were

    主詞為複數 Wynton and Branford Marsalis

    train -> trained

    be + trained(過去分詞) 構成被動式

    3. has -> have

    主詞為複數 Both of the sons

    became(過去式) -> become

    have + become(過去分詞) 構成現在完成式

    4. has -> have

    主詞為複數 Wynton's albums

    brung -> brought

    have + brought(為 bring 的過去分詞) 構成現在完成式

    5. was -> were

    假設語氣中表示與現在事實相反時動詞需用過去式,若動詞為be動詞時,只能用 were

    probable -> probably

    副詞修飾動詞 choose

    6. growed -> grew

    grow 的過去式為 grew

    7. was -> were

    主詞為複數 they

    8. good -> well

    副詞修飾前方的動詞 blend

    did -> done

    have + done (do 的過去分詞) 構成現在完成式

    9. more harder -> harder

    hard 為單音節的形容詞,其比較級只需在字尾加上 er (多音節的形容詞則在形容詞的前方加上一字 more)

    10. 基本上我覺得這一句語意很奇怪,很少見到 feel 的主詞不是人物;anyway 若不論語意,文法錯誤為

    feel -> feels

    主詞為單數 Each type

    11. sang -> sung

    have + sung (sing的過去分詞)構成現在完成式

    12. was -> were

    as if 為"彷彿或好像",用法與假設語氣相同

    13. more difficulter -> more difficult

    多音節的形容詞在形容詞的前方加上 more 一字

    14. have -> has

    主詞為單數 Each

    him and her -> he and she

    that 開始至句尾為一名詞子句當做 said 的受詞,所以這裡應為主格

    15. been -> has been

    been本身只是分詞並非動詞,have + 過去分詞 在此語意才通,又因主詞為單數 Bobby McFerrin 所以為 has been

    successful -> successfully

    副詞修飾動詞 has been singing

    16. equal -> equally

    副詞修飾動詞 is able to

    No matter how successful, all of these musicians has shown great courage by performing in a new field. They are willing to test and stretch their talents, and each of we music fans benefit.

    17. has -> have

    主詞為複數 all of these musicians

    we -> us

    介系詞後需用受格

    Source(s): myself
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