There 's something else to consider. 還有其它考量
There 's something else to be considered.
There 's something else to consider.
something else 對於 consider 來說 是主詞而或者是受詞呢 ? 這點我有點不太懂 !
(1) There 's something else to consider (something else).
(2) There 's something else to (something else) consider.
- DaSaGwaLv 78 years agoFavorite Answer
Both are CORRECT. It depends upon where your own position is:
If you make suggestion, then use
There's something else to consider.
If others make suggestion, then use
There's something else to be considered.
Another scenario is: you make the suggestion and you just want to be in a WEAKER position, then you use passive voice (to be considered) instead of active voice (to consider).
The above examples are just a couple of possible scenarios. You have to feel it when it is used in the context. As far as grammar is concerned, there is NOTHING wrong for both of them, only the implied meaning is different.
2012-07-17 03:22:14 補充：
"it depends upon where your own position is" is narrow minded, it is better to say "it depends upon where you use in the context"
2012-07-17 21:44:41 補充：
"There is something else to consider", where "something else" is the subject. "to consider" or "to be considered" is just an "infinitive phrase" and uses to describe "something else".
2012-07-17 21:46:45 補充：
"there is/are" is a phrase, it implies the meaning of "has or have". To use "is or are" depends upon the noun it follows. If this noun is "countable and plural", use "are", otherwise use "is".
2012-07-17 22:01:35 補充：
In a word, in "there is something else to consider (to be considered)" the subject is "something", the main verb is "is", and "to consider (to be considered)" is an infinitive phrase used as an adjective.
2012-07-17 22:07:50 補充：
"there" is a "function word" (虛字). It doesn't have meaning, but when it combines with "is or are", then it implies "has or have".Source(s): self
- Dark HelmetLv 78 years ago
rjamesho ( 大師 1 級 ) took the words right out of my mouth!
- rJameshoLv 78 years ago
There's something else (for me/us/you/him/her/it/them) to consider.