昨天雨下太大，以致於我們無法去爬山。 ( a. too--- to---) (b. so---that---)
- 9 years agoFavorite Answer
a. It rained too heavily yesterday for us to go mountain climbing.
a. Yesterday, the rain was too heavy for us to go mountain climbing.
b. It rained so heavily that we couldn't go mountain climbing yesterday.
b. The rain was so heavy yesterday that we couldn't go mountain climbing.
2011-11-24 21:23:19 補充：
像是it rained too heavy這邊，rain當動詞...heavy should be "heavily"(adv.)
還有go climbing a mountain....seems strange. 直接用go mountain climbing應該就可以了
2011-12-03 17:27:13 補充：
I'm not saying "go climbing~" or "go shopping" are wrong
I mean "go climbing a mountain" seems weird.
2011-12-03 17:28:38 補充：
I have searched it on Google and i barely found someone says "go climbing a mountain"
"go mountain climbing" and "climb a mountain" are a lot more common.Source(s): student in advanced English class, me:)
- DaSaGwaLv 79 years ago
敬培! since you have considered my answer is wrong, so I have removed my answer.
2011-11-24 23:35:23 補充：
However, if you think "go climbing a mountain" is wrong, then at least you should know the following is correct.: go shopping, go biking, go swimming, go hiking, go hunting ...and so on.
- 9 years ago
It rained too heavy for us to go mountain climbing yesterday.
The rain was so heavy that we couldn't go mountain climbing yesterday.