ㄚ永小弟 asked in 社會與文化語言 · 1 decade ago

請大家幫幫我吧....英文句子搞不懂啊!(20點)

請懂英文的網友們幫幫我找一下,下列五個句子裡的:

從屬子句~獨立子句~附屬子句~以及句子裡的複雜句改成數個簡單句!(如都找不到的話也沒關係...謝謝大家幫忙!)

Based on the SI units of measurement, the electric potential difference between two points in space goes by another name, namely, voltage.

Voltage means electric potential difference which means, the difference between the electric-potential-energy-per-charge-of-would-be-victim at one point in space and the electric-potential-energy-per-charge-of-would-be-victim at another point in space.

While voltage literally means potential difference, the word is also, quite often used to mean electric potential itself, where, one particular conductor or point in space is defined to be the zero of potential.

If no conductor or point in space has been defined to be the zero, then it is understood that “infinity” is considered to be at the zero of electric potential.

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  • River
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    1 decade ago
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    1. Based on the SI units of measurement, the electric potential difference between two points in space goes by another name, namely, voltage.

    【改】

    a. The electric potential difference between two points in space goes by another name, namely, voltage.

    b. It is based on the SI units of measurement.

    2. Voltage means electric potential difference which means, the difference between the electric-potential-energy-per-charge-of-would-be-victim at one point in space and the electric-potential-energy-per-charge-of-would-be-victim at another point in space.

    【改】

    a. Voltage means electric potential difference

    b. It is the difference between the electric-potential-energy-per-charge-of-would-be-victim at one point in space and that at another point in space.

    3. While voltage literally means potential difference, the word is also, quite often used to mean electric potential itself, where, one particular conductor or point in space is defined to be the zero of potential.

    【改】

    a. The voltage literally means potential difference

    b. It is quite often used to mean electric potential itself.

    c. One particular conductor or point in space is defined to be the zero of potential.

    4. If no conductor or point in space has been defined to be the zero, then it is understood that “infinity” is considered to be at the zero of electric potential.

    【改】

    a. no conductor or point in space has been defined to be the zero

    b. “Infinity” is considered to be at the zero of electric potential.

    c. It is understood.

    Source(s): River + teacer
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