- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
主詞單數時 + s, 例如：
She seems very happy with the new job.
It seems to me that it will rain tonight.
He doesn't seem to like the idea.
I seem to hear someone knocking at the door.
- SamCLv 51 decade ago
Jasmine is totally right.
For answer 1, I never heard like that. It is not regular English.
- stellaLv 61 decade ago
seem是動詞，當主詞為He, She, It等時字尾需要變化(即加s)如樓上幾位舉的例子。
但如果有助動詞存在時，動詞必須用原型（也就是不用加s），樓上那位寫的例子中：He doesn't seem to like the idea. 之所以seem不加s是因為使用助動詞does的關係。Source(s): 自己
- 1 decade ago
Basically, "seems" is applied after the 3rd subject (第三人稱主詞); it is clear and no doubt about.
One point I would rise up for discussion is about the suitability of using (seem to V); I don't think (He seems to V...) is a good way in conversation.
Only (S seem(s) that...) or (S seem(s) to Objective that...) is the common way to use this verb.
It seems that she is tired, or
She seems to me that she is very happy, etc.)Source(s): ----
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- KENSHIROULv 41 decade ago