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Andy asked in 社會與文化語言 · 1 decade ago

英文「rent」的用法

rent有很多詞性~很多用法…

可是我不知道該如何運用

什麼租金、出租、房租的…名詞、動詞、形容詞不會用........

麻煩教我,啟發我一下~~~~~

另外我在奇摩的「字典」查到個例句,有個問題~

I\'ve got to pay my rent this morning.

今天上午我必須付房租。

一、I\'ve 是 I have 的縮寫嗎?

二、這裡的 have 是當動詞用嗎? 是的話那為什麼又加 got 呢?

  got 是當過去式還是過去分詞?一個句子怎麼會連續用兩個動詞呢?

三、to 是當介系詞,還是當不定詞阿?

四、rent 當房租用是可數還是不可數阿?為什麼?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    誠如您說的rent有種詞性與用法.我試著以詞性還解釋和舉例好了:

    rent

    名詞: the rent for this bicycle is $50 pre hour.

    這腳踏車的租金是一小時50元

    動詞: I am going to camp on beach with my friends this weekend but I don't have camping equipments. Maybe I can rent some from sport stores at downtown.

    這週末我和我朋友要去海邊露營,但我沒有露營用具.我可能可以去運動器材店租租看囉.

    rental:

    名詞: We should confirm our booking with our car rental tonight.

    我們應該向我們的租車公司確認我們的預約.

    形容詞: the rental car we had last time sucks. We got stuck at the middle of ths street when driving to beach.

    我們上次去海邊租的租車真爛. 竟然在半路拋錨

    1. I've 是 I have 的縮沒錯

    2. have在這是動詞沒錯,在這裡的got是語氣的強調, 應屬於片語 have got to....再比如說: I've got to go now. I have a meeting in 10 minutes. 在句中有沒有got並沒有影響句子的意思, 如果有got, 表示'一定要'的語氣

    3. 在這裡to是不定詞. WHY? to 後面接的是動詞. 因為句中已有動詞,所以之後的動詞要不就用to + verb 就是 verb + ing. 所以這裡是不定詞. 如果to 之後接的是名詞, to 就是是介係詞. I will go to school tomorrow. / I will come back to you later.

    4. rent可數不可數就要看狀況了. 比如之前的例子(the rent for this bicycle is $50 pre hour.) 是不可數. 但是如果我講 (I would have to pay two rents if I can't sublet my apartment this month)這例就是可數. 因為我是指我有兩筆租金要付如果我這個月不將我的房子轉租出去的話.

    holp these helps

     

    Source(s): my experience
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  • 1 decade ago

    on beach → at the beach

    rental could be also referred to as another interpretation, amount paid or received as rent.

    2006-08-04 10:12:47 補充:

    At last, 'help' should be omitted its suffix "-s" for the subject is in the pural form as 'these.'

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