Gbhsb asked in 社會及文化語言 · 9 years ago


將I need something to open this bottle with. 講成 I need with something to open this bottle. 又得嗎?

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  • 9 years ago
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    No. With does not follow need.

    The sentence should be interpreted as:

    I need something which I can open this bottle with.


    I need something with which I can open this bottle.

    If you have a bottle opener, you can say something like this:

    I opened the bottle with a bottle opener.

    See, with is part of the adverbial phrase, with a bottle opener. With does not follow the verb need or open.

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