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

問一下little和few的差別在哪?

問一下little和few的差別在哪?

a litele和a few 的差別在哪?

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  • wain
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
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    Few、a few、little、a little的使用牽涉到「可數名詞」和「不可數名詞」。

    大部份的名詞是「可數名詞」,如人、獅子、蘋果等,可以很清楚地數出數目出來,就叫做「可數名詞」。

    但有些東西太細小,如泥土,塵埃,以致很難數,根本無法數,就叫做「不可數名詞」,如「空氣、光線、愛國心、情感」等。

    在可數名詞的前面我們用 a few 和 few,例如:

    few cars或a few countries

    在不可數名詞的前面我們用a little 和 little,例如:

    little energy或 a little money

    Little 和 few (前面不用a),表示否定的意思,例如:

    You must be quick. There is little time. (你要快一點,我們沒有多少時間。)

    He isn't popular. He has few friends.(他不是很有人緣,他沒有什麼朋友。)

    A little 和 a few 是肯定的意思,例如:

    Let's go and have a drink. We've got a little time before the train leaves.

    (我們去喝一杯吧,離火車開車以前,我們還有一點時間。)

    I enjoy my life here. I have a few friends and we meet quite often.

    (我喜歡住在這裡,我認識了一些朋友而且時常見面。)

    一個句子要用「肯定」或「否定」來表現,完全是主觀的看法,與數量的多少無關,比方說:

    I live in country side, but I still have a few friends.(我住在鄉下,但是我還是有不少朋友。)

    I Know many people, but I have few really friends.(我認識很多人,卻沒有什麼真正的朋友。)

    一個富翁會說:

    I carry little money in my pocket right now.(我現在口袋裡沒帶多少錢。)

    一個窮人卻會說:

    I have a little money right now. I can lend you some. (我現在還有一點錢,我可以借你一些。)

  • Jeff
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    few and little的差別?

    Few

    1.接可數名詞(意思是少到幾乎沒有)

    2有否定的意思(放句首要倒裝)

    Little

    1.接不可屬名詞(意思是少到幾乎沒有)

    2有否定的意思(放句首要倒裝)

    a litele和a few 的差別在哪?

    a little

    接不可數名詞(等於some)

    a few

    接可數名詞 (等於some)

  • 1 decade ago

    a little 和 a few 都有肯定的意思,意思是:有一點。 a little 修飾不可數名詞;a few 修飾可數名詞。如: There is a little water left in the bottle. (瓶子裡還剩下一點水。) I have collected a few stamps. (我已經收集了一些郵票。) 另外,如果前面沒有冠詞a,即:little 和 few 都含有否定的意思,意思是:幾乎沒有。同樣的,little 修飾不可數名詞;few 修飾可數名詞。如: He has little money to buy food. (他幾乎沒有錢買食物。) Few people like being laughed at. (沒有人喜歡被別人嘲笑。)

  • 1 decade ago

    little修飾不可數名詞,而few修飾可數名詞,兩者都表示很少、少到幾乎沒有的意思

    a little修飾不可數名詞,而a few修飾可數名詞,等於some(一些)

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