Anonymous
Anonymous asked in 社會與文化語言 · 9 years ago

refer to 跟 mention 的差別與用法

請問這兩個有何差別?

該如何應用?

謝謝

Update:

還是不懂

何時該用 refer to 何時該用 mention >"

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  • Louis
    Lv 7
    9 years ago
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    If you refer to a particular subject or person, you mention them.

    If you refer to someone or something as a particular thing, you use a particular work, expresson, or name to mention them.

    2011-06-15 13:45:03 補充:

    更正:a particular word誤打成a particular work

    2011-06-16 13:43:08 補充:

    refer to xxx 與mention xxx 是可以互換,意思相同的,但在後面有as時,用法不同.

    Source(s): Collins Cobuild English Dictionary for Advanced Leaners 3rd edition
  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    refer後面加to,不及物動詞

    for example:

    In his speech, he referred to the Bible several times.

    他在演講中好幾次提及聖經。

    mention後面接V-ing,及物動詞

    It's worth mentioning.

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