我想問 have pp.+ing同have pp.有乜分別？
例如，I have been dating with my gf for 2years.
同埋 I have dated with my gf for 2years.
To have a heavy body, I do exercise every day, hoping that I will look more muscular.
- AhShingLv 59 years agoFavorite Answer
1. I have been dating with my girl friend for 2 years. (present perfect continuous tense)
I have dated with girl friend for 2 years. (present perfect tense)
The first sentence is focused on the continuity of action, emphasising that I've never stopped dating my girl friend.
2. (In order) To have a heavy body = infinitive phrase (adjectival) modifying the subject "I";
hoping that I will look more muscular = participle phrase (adjectival) modifying the subject "
This sentence is correct.
- aShlEyLv 79 years ago
例:I have been waiting for you for 30 minutes.或I have waited for you for 30 minutes.
2ppp係咩?呢句用to文法上啱嘅,但意思有少少怪,heavy body令人聯想到肥,do (the) exercises不如話practise in gyms:
I practise in gyms for a muscular body every day.你唔係為考試,意思越簡單越好.但為考試,就要多用連接詞,唔同句式,諺語.