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英文-直接問句改為間接問句

最近學到名詞子句中的間接問句,以下2個練習題是將直接問句改為間接問句.

但我有疑問..再請各位幫忙解惑,謝謝~

1.

Q:Whose cat is in the driveway?

A:I don't know whose cat is in the driveway.

疑:此句的主詞是cat,為何他的位置不用與be動詞對調,而是維持原順序?

2.

Q:Whose car is that?

A:I don't know whose car taht is.

疑:為何此句的主詞是that,不是car?

Update:

亂碼是don't

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  • 1 decade ago
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    1.

    Q:Whose cat is in the driveway?

    A:I don't know whose cat is in the driveway.

    疑:此句的主詞是cat,為何他的位置不用與be動詞對調,而是維持原順序?

    在間接問句中, 當疑問詞是主詞 或用來修飾主詞 時, be動詞維持原順序. 此句中 whose 修飾主詞 cat.

    其他例句:

    I have no idea whose grade is the highest.

    I don't know who was here last night.

    Please tell me which is yours.

    2.

    Q:Whose car is that?

    A:I don't know whose car that is.

    疑:為何此句的主詞是that,不是car?

    在間接問句中, 當疑問詞是主詞補語 或用來修飾主詞補語 時, be動詞要放在主詞後面.

    此句中 that 是主詞, cat 是主詞補語, whose 修飾主詞補語cat.

    要解釋為何that 是主詞, 從肯定句看比較清楚:

    That is his car. 主詞+be動詞+主詞補語.

    其他例句:

    No one knows who she is.

    Find out whose car this is.

    I don't know what her phone number is.

    Source(s): myself
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  • 1 decade ago

    Q:Whose cat is in the driveway?

    這裡的whose是(用作疑問代名詞)誰的(東西要寫出來)

    所以後面緊接N.這是沒有什麼問題的

    I dont know whose cat is in the driveway.對的

    Q:Whose car is that?

    ---I dont know whose car is that.

    間接問句的主詞是car

    在間接問句裡的whose是比較特殊的,因為緊接著名詞,所以直接接V.就好

    (補充)What time is it?

    What在這是疑問形容詞,修飾time

    ---I dont know what time is it.(主詞動詞不變)

    What should I do?

    I dont know what I should do.(間接問句主直動詞互換位置)

    這裡的What是當do的受詞,這跟上面What time is it?是不一樣的

    上面是疑問形容詞,這裡是當名詞(受)

    要把間接問句的概念弄懂,去複習一下文法講義

    2009-10-18 22:10:24 補充:

    有問題請提出

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  • 1 decade ago

    1.Be動詞要放在後面

    如果有助動詞的話也要

    2.妳是不是有打錯呀@@?

    taht=that?

    其實主詞還是car

    但是...

    其實我也不太會說

    反正

    現間接問句或關係子句的句子

    就是多做

    你就會找到語感

    加油^^

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