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  • this'll is everyday grammar.

  • And let me try telling you something really cool about Sharon's and infinitives in English.

  • We sometimes follow a verb with another action.

  • When we do this, we must use an infinitive or a JaRon.

  • For example.

  • I said, Let me try telling you I noticed the verb try is followed by the Jarrah and telling you may remember that a Jarron is a verb form that ends in I N.

  • G and acts as a noun.

  • And infinitive is the shortest Ferb form and usually has the word to in front of it.

  • Most firms in English can only be followed by a JaRon or an infinitive, but ah, small group of herbs can be followed by either.

  • Were these burbs the meaning changes depending on which you use.

  • Let's look at the verb try and I'll show you what I mean.

  • The verb try can be followed by an infinitive or a gerund, and the meaning changes a little with each.

  • When you try to do something, it means you make an effort, but the action is difficult or impossible.

  • Take a look at this example.

  • I tried to lift that box, but it was too heavy.

  • Can you help me?

  • Lifting a heavy object is often difficult, but when you try doing something, it means you are experimenting with inaction.

  • To find out if it works, as in this example, my back hurts.

  • I tried taking pain medicine, but it's not helping.

  • The action itself isn't difficult, but may or may not have the desired result with try.

  • There are a few exceptions to the change in meaning rule, but we'll talk about that in another lesson, and that's every day grammar.

this'll is everyday grammar.


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A2 初級

每天奶奶--試試 (Everyday Gramma - try)

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日