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

段落填空do.probably.lead.at least?

What is your favorite color? Do you like yellow, orange, red? If you 41 , you must be an optimist, a leader, an active person who enjoys life, people and excitement. Do you prefer gray and blue? Then you’re 43 quiet, shy and you would rather follow than 44 . You tend to be a pessimist. 45 , this is what psychologists tell us, and they should know, because they have been studying seriously the meaning of color preference, as well as the effect that colors have on human beings.

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問題如下 :

41 正答為 do . 不能用 are 的理由 ???

43 正答為 probably . 不能用 likely 的理由 ???

44 正答為 lead . 不能用 obey 的理由 ???

45 正答為 At least . 不能用 At last 的理由 ???

以上問題 , 如果能夠舉出另外的例句說明更佳

懇請賜答 . 感恩

建議回答字數 : 100~600

Update:

sunny大大

如果能夠

請補充45題...用At last

是否會影響整段文意的通順???

並請說明理由...感恩

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  • sunny
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    1 decade ago
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    41.因為前面的問句為Do you like yellow, orange, red?

    所以簡答要用助動詞do,而非be動詞are

    43.quiet(安靜的)是形容詞,修飾形容詞要用副詞,所以選probably(可能地)

    至於likely的解釋是「有可能的」,是形容詞

    例:She is likely to become angry with him.她可能對他很生氣

    44.would rather...than...(寧願...而不...)連接的是兩個對比的詞或片語

    例:I would rather go to school than stay at home. 我寧願上學也不願待在家裡。

    follow是跟隨、服從之意,相反詞用lead(領導)。obey則是遵從,與follow同義。

    45.at least是「至少」,at last則是「最後」,兩者意思完全不同

    2008-03-25 18:38:47 補充:

    通常應該是前面有First(首先),second(其次)等,然後後面再接at last(最後),

    但本文並無此先後次序之意,接At last似乎有點怪;

    另外,我想它要表達的是前面那些推論"至少"是心理學家說的,

    並非作者信口開河瞎掰的,所以用At last(至少)語意較通順。

    以上是個人拙見,如有錯誤敬請指正。

    Source(s): myself
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  • 1 decade ago

    Sunny

    41.因為前面的問句為Do you like yellow, orange, red?

    這句有一點點小缺失

    ----> Do you like yellow, orange or red?

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  • 1 decade ago

    sunny大

    如果能夠

    請補充45題...用At last

    是否會影響整段文意的通順???

    並請說明理由...感恩

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