A the moment,he prefer not to think about the future...
at the moment,he dont prefer to think about the future...
- KieveLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
At the moment, he does not prefer to think about the future...
At the moment, he doesn't want to think about the future...
At the moment, he prefers not to think about the future...
2008-08-16 10:14:57 補充：
002: You should use the original sentence to show your point. I think it would make more sense. In this case, because there's "at this moment", the emphasis is on what the person wants at this given time, rather than the preference.
- KevinLv 71 decade ago
表面上都是肯定句, 但是因為用字的不同, 用英文表達時卻有分別:
1. He prefers to keep silent.
2. He prefers not to say anything.
He doesn't prefer to keep silent.
2008-08-18 16:35:28 補充：
001: Thanks for your comment, but I don't think the presence of the phrase would make the situation any different.