what is the different between company and accompany when it means "陪伴"??
- mwl_rLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Since You ask a straightforward question, I hereunder give you a straightforward answer：
' accompany' is a verb, used like " I accompanied John to the door when he
left.", ' Her cough is accompanied with high fever.'.
' company' is a noun, used like " Go away ! I don't need your company.",
" I shall keep you company( meaning I shall keep you with company)to the
police station, but do you want my company ?".Do take note that in this sentence, " I shall keep you company to the police station.........", the
preposition ' with' in between 'you' and 'company' is understood(omitted),
that's all.Source(s): nil
- LingLv 71 decade ago
He keeps company with me all the time = company is a noun in this sentence
He accompanies me to the party . - accompany is a verb here
- ?Lv 71 decade ago
keep someone/you company 陪伴(你)
accompany someone/you to go...陪(你)
I will keep you company when you are in the hospital.
I will accompay you to go to the hospital.