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

past,present,or future

Dad flew to New York for business.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    past tense 過去式

    Dad flew to New York for business. (原形 fly, 過去式 flew)

    爸爸飛到紐約出差了.

    爸爸坐飛機到紐約出差了.

    present 現在式

    Dad flies to New York for business. (原形 fly, 第三人稱 flies)

    future 未來式

    Dad will fly to New York for business.(通常在句尾加一 個未來的時間, 如next week)

    Dad is going to fly to New York for business (next week).

    Source(s): myself
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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Take a Flight 搭飛機

    Business Trip 出差

    Past tense

    Dad took a flight to New York for his business trip.

    Present tense

    Dad takes a flight to New York for his business trip.

    Future tense

    Dad will take a flight to New York for his business trip.

    Source(s): I'm in U.S. now.
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  • 1 decade ago

    past:

    Dad flew to New York for business.

    present:

    Dad fly to New York for business.

    future:

    Dad will fly to New York for business.

    Source(s): me
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