景鈞
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景鈞 asked in 社會與文化語言 · 1 decade ago

請問常以 ”過去分詞” 型態出現的動詞有哪些?

最近發現,即便腦袋中有許多動詞,認得很多單字,

但在Writting寫作時卻不知道該怎麼正確的使用,

Recognizing和Using真的是兩碼子事,

尤其是動詞,雖然字典裡有很多意思,

但我發現,某些意義通常只以某些片語或型態出現,

然而,文章看得不夠多的情況下,

硬著頭皮使用不熟悉的動詞,就會讓閱卷者無法了解我的意思。

以上是引言

我想請問,有哪些動詞的出現常以 過去分詞 的方式出現呢?

to + V + oneself + 介系詞 都可以寫成 be + Vpp + 介系詞 嗎?

例如 : to accustom oneself to = be accustomed to

to persuade oneself to = be persuaded to

有哪些常用的動詞是這樣的呢?

改成 be+Vpp之後,主詞通常會是誰呢?

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  • BABOO
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    1 decade ago
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    我想請問,有哪些動詞的出現常以 過去分詞 的方式出現呢?

    to + V + oneself + 介系詞 都可以寫成 be + Vpp + 介系詞 嗎?

    例如 : to accustom oneself to = be accustomed to

    to persuade oneself to = be persuaded to

    有哪些常用的動詞是這樣的呢?

    改成 be+Vpp之後,主詞通常會是誰呢?

    答:

    基本上動詞是及物動詞,一定可以改成被動式,用過去分詞的。但一般習慣,被動式結構並不是很好的結構,所以不常用。你寫的受詞用反身代名詞的結構,是常用被動式表達的,除了以上你所的句型外,常用被動式的結構是「心理狀態動詞」又稱「情緒動詞」的使用:如interest, surprise, astonish, excite, tire,等很多字。

    I am interested in the book.

    I am surprised at the accident.

    I am excited about the game.

    心理狀態動詞的用法,可去我的網站「英文語法」中參考。

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  • 1 decade ago

    My computer cannot type Chinese, so I am going to respond with English. Hopefully, it would help you a little bit.

    1.All verbs(動詞) could be used with PP(過去分詞).

    Have, has, and had VPP =Present Perfect (or past perfect)

    For the past time until now you are still doing something or an action happened at an unspecified(no sure) time before now. .

    For example, I have studied English.

    2. PASSIVE (be Vpp)

    Many tourists have visited that castle. (active)

    That castle has been visited by many tourists. (Passive)

    Both have the same meaning.

    3."to accustom himself to" is not the same meaning to be accustomed to.

    to accustom himself to = by himself

    be accustomed to =someone or something force or make him to accustome

    Please check the web as below, although it is an English websit, it would give you pretty great idea and it is usful.

    http://www.englishpage.com/verbpage/presentperfect...

    If you don't get it after read the website, I would like to give you more details.

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