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utstanuh asked in 社會與文化語言 · 1 decade ago

raise, rise, arise

請問這三個單字(raise, rise, arise)的用法及不同之處?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    (assuming you have some english background and already knew their respective meanings)

    raise vt. (及物動詞 transitive verb)

    i.e. Someone/something raises + Object

    eg. John raised a question

    eg. Steve raised his hand

    rise vi. (不及物動詞 intransitive verb)

    i.e. someone/something rises. (+up)

    e.g. His hand rose (up in the air).

    e.g. The sun rose (up in the sky).

    arise vi. (不及物動詞 intransitive verb) very similar to "rise"

    but in most cases its used in conjunction with "from" and can not be applied to "human"

    i.e. something arises (+from something).

    eg. this problem arises from the fact that no one likes Scott.

    eg. Her illness arose from lack of rest.

    help that helped alittle!

    2007-12-29 22:46:35 補充:

    樓上的 Raymond0207,

    我中文很慢, 可是我想把事情說明白

    我之所以那樣說是在假設發問者"已經"知道那3個單字都有"升起來"的意思 (但他可能不知道要如何區分)

    所以我針對那3個單字的文法做說明再舉例,並沒有想貶損發問者的意圖, 更沒有傷害到你吧?

    2007-12-29 22:46:51 補充:

    還有, 我無意間發現你到我的"投票中", 故意全部投給我以外的人(有一部分還投給網路翻譯的回答), 你這樣對你沒好處, 更重要的是, 你惡意阻礙別人的學習機會, 實在很幼稚...

    希望你能改善 :)

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