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  • How do we use tough, rough and stiff?

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  • Okay, tough is an objective, and it's now is toughness.

  • Something which is tough is very difficult to damage or very durable.

  • For example, this cup is very tough.

  • Tough can also mean difficult or challenging.

  • We talk about things like tough questions, tough circumstances or a tough read.

  • My maths exam, for example, was very tough.

  • It was a tough exam.

  • We can talk about food being tough.

  • That is food, which is difficult to eat or to chew.

  • You know, when you get like a really badly cooked steak, it's like Now let's talk about Ruff.

  • Ruff is also an objective, and it's now is roughness.

  • Something which is rough is not smooth.

  • We talk about things like rough cloth, rough skin or a rough surface.

  • For example, have you ever been licked by a cat?

  • Their tongues are very rough.

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  • So sit back, relax and enjoy rough can also mean not exact.

  • For example, you might make a rough copy of something like a drawing or notes, or you can give someone a rough estimate.

  • For example, what time will you be here?

  • We'll probably around four.

  • But it's just a rough estimate.

  • Rough can also mean difficult or challenging weaken.

  • Talk about rough circumstances or having a rough time.

  • For example, John's having a rough time.

  • He just lost his job.

  • Now let's talk about stiff.

  • Stiff is also an objective, and it's now is stiffness.

  • Something which is stiff is not flexible or not easily moved.

  • We talk about things like stiff card, a stiff collar on a shirt, or when you take your jeans out of the wash and put them on, they've gone stiff.

  • It makes it very difficult to walk in them, and in this way we can talk about stiff muscles.

  • This is when you have a part of your body muscle that doesn't want to bend or move.

  • For example, if you sleep in a funny position and then wake up ah, with a stiff neck or stiff can also mean difficult or severe.

  • We can talk about stiff punishment in relation to a crime or stiff competition.

  • For example, there was a lot of stiff competition at the job interview, but I think I got it.

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How do we use tough, rough and stiff?

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艱難"、"粗糙 "和 "僵硬"--學員提問 ('Tough', 'rough' and 'stiff' - Learners' Questions)

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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