• <legend id="fb44b"></legend>

    <li id="fb44b"><acronym id="fb44b"></acronym></li>
  • <tbody id="fb44b"></tbody>

    <li id="fb44b"><acronym id="fb44b"></acronym></li>

    1. 您的位置 首頁 問答



      1、用will, shall 表示
      ①決定:談及正在作出的一項決定時,常用I’ll—-I will,不能用be going to ,因為它表示事先就已經作出的決定
      —The phone’s ringing. —I’ll answer it.
      —Come to a party. —OK. I’ll bring my friend.
      ②威脅和允諾:第一人稱用will (‘ll);第二人稱用shall
      I’ll hit you if you do that again.
      He shall have a gift for Christmas.
      ③提議和請求:用Shall I …?/Shall we…?表示提議;
      用Will you…?表示請求
      Shall I carry your bag? Will you give me a hand?
      ④I will/ We will 表示有強烈意圖、提議、堅持或自愿做某事; 不能用shall
      I will stop smoking—I really will.
      2、用 be going to 表示
      We’re going to France next summer.
      Look at those clouds—it’s going to rain.
      I’m going to keep asking her out until she says yes.
      3、用be about to do sth 表示最近的將來,“正要”,“馬上就要”
      I am about to leave when there is a knock at the door.
      4、用be to do sth表示預定要做的事情
      The French President is to visit Japan next week
      5、be going to 與 will / shall 的對比
      Do you think the car will start / is going to start?
      ②講到條件時(即如果一事發生,另一事也就發生),用will / shall 對將來進行預測,不用be going to ,即使條件沒有說出來
      If I give you money you’ll only spend it on drink.
      —Come out for a drink.
      —No, my TV program.
      A. I’m going to miss
      B. I’ll miss
      When I was a child we always went to the seaside in August.
      2、used to :表示過去的習慣,現在不存在
      I used to smoke, but I don’t any more.
      3、用在it’s time, would rather, wish后面的從句中
      It’s time you went home.
      I wish I had a better memory.
      I’d rather you came tomorrow.
      I’m sorry we left Paris. It was such a nice place.
      5、could, might, would, should等“過去”的情態動詞可用來指現在或者將來
      Could you help me for a moment ?
      I think it might rain soon.
      Would you come this way, please ?
      Alice should be here soon.
      ①現在完成時所用的時間詞: since, ever since, for…, recently, lately, so far, yet, all this year, all my life, ever, never, already, before, just, in / during the last /past + 時間段, etc.
      ②一般過去時所用的時間詞yesterday, last week, in 1999, when, years ago, then, just now, etc.
      With their help I realized that I had been wrong.
      He hasn’t finished yet.
      He didn’t finish yesterday evening.
      He hadn’t finished by yesterday evening.
      ①No sooner…than…. Hardly…when…
      No sooner had he begun his speech than he was interrupted
      ②expect, hope, think, want, suppose等動詞的過去完成時(或一般時)表示想做而未做的事
      I had planned to send him a telegram, but I didn’t manage it.
      After I finished, I went home.
      I got out of the taxi, paid the fare(車費) and managed it.
      When I arrived, Ann left.
      When I arrived, Ann had left.
      by the end of + 過去時間 ; by + 過去時間
      by the time + 過去時間; 過去時間 + before
      By the time he was 11, he had learned 3000 words .
      By the time he is 11, he will have learned 3000 words.
      By the time last week, I had learned 3000 words.
      By the time next week, I will have learned 3000 words