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你知道還有什麼其他意思或用法嗎? 《EnglishClass 101》講師 Alisha 在 Youtube 上面列舉了 ask 的中文意思及其它英文用法,Pin by Daniel Sfarcich on anglais | Teaching english grammar. English grammar. English phrases
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圖片來源/pixabay 「 ask 」中文意思除了問,to make a request 詢問.要求 to require 要求 ex. You’re asking too much of us. 你對我們要求太 …
‘To ask them to take something from theater or dance or music, to see the indirect sources of creativity that they could use is asking them a lot.’ ‘It will be asking a lot of Maxwell to expect a fourth monumental effort in Friday’s semi-final against Nepal.’
Ask for the underlined word(s).
 · PDF 檔案Ask for the underlined word(s). 1. She told us that Aunt Lizzy was coming . 2. Peter ran home after a dog bit him . 3. The Queen was welcomed by a large crowd. 4. Mum bought this dress in Rome. 5. Jenny waits for me at the bus stop every morning. yes-no

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Answers Ask them to come to dinner tomorrow. Don’t ask for a raise. You must be ashamed of your bad manners. I am not ashamed to admit my mistakes. His ascent from office boy to president of the company took just 12 years. You may leave the hospital only

How to Form 5 Essential Types of Questions in English …

How to Form 5 Essential Types of Questions in English Grammar Now let’s move on to the structures for forming five common types of questions. 1. Asking Yes/No Questions Yes/No questions are the most basic type of question. You can use them to ask for a
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 · Hi Nidhin and thank you for this interesting question! Yes, I can see why you’d feel confused about water and waters.In general, water is used as an uncountable noun, which means that it does
Negative questions
A negative question can also be used to ask for confirmation of a negative belief. In this case the speaker is surprised that something has not happened or is not happening. Hasn’t the postman come yet? Polite requests, offers, complaints etc Pressing offers
Subject Questions
Subject and Object Questions Download this explanation in PDF here. Usually, when we ask a question, we want to know about the object of the answer: What did you lose? I lost my purse. ‘My purse’ is the object of the answer and ‘what’ is the object of the
English Tenses
If-Satz Typ I (If you ask her, she will help you.) assumption: I think, probably, perhaps Future I Simple (going to) A: He is going to speak. N: He is not going to speak. Q: Is he going to speak? decision made for the future conclusion with regard to the A:
Ask Synonyms, Ask Antonyms
Ask: to put a question or questions to. Synonyms: catechize, grill, inquire (of)… Antonyms: answer, reply, respond… Find the right word. SINCE 1828 GAMES BROWSE THESAURUS WORD OF THE DAY WORDS AT PLAY LOG IN REGISTER settings
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Where + To Be
English Grammar Notes about Where + To Be – Donde + Estar en inglés WHERE is a question word that is used to ask about a place or location. (= I want to know the place, position or location) The following table shows you the word order of questions with Where when it is used with To Be.
Present simple
He won’t come unless you ask him. Present simple 8 ex. Present simple 8 Level: advanced We sometimes use the present simple to talk about the past when we are: telling a story: I was walking down the street the other day when suddenly this man comes up
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How often
Hello hm, Yes, those are perfectly fine, grammatically speaking. However, I think ‘often’ rather than ‘usually’ would be used. ‘Usually’ is generally used in a context where we are talking about something being different from the norm (‘I usually go to the cinema at the weekend, but this week I’m going on Thursday’) rather than just to mean ‘frequently’.
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