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  • Peekaboo. How are you? My name is Ronnie. I'm going to teach you some English. Imagine

    Peekaboo! (逗小孩語助詞) 你好!我是 Ronnie。今天要來教大家一些英文小知識。想像

  • that I would teach you English on EngVid, www.engvid.com. Today's lesson is good versus

    一下我在EngVid 這個網站上教你們英文。今天的課程內容跟名詞的

  • bad with nouns.

    好與壞有關。

  • I hear this mistake a lot, almost every day. So I want to help you. I want you to sound

    我超常聽到這些錯誤的,幾乎每天。所以我想要幫助你,讓你在講英文的時候,

  • as natural as possible when you speak English.

    盡可能地聽起來很自然。

  • So maybe you have already learned that we have uncountable and countable nouns. Now,

    所以也許你已經學過不可數跟可數名詞了。

  • what this means -- if you haven't learned this before -- is that if a noun is uncountable,

    如果你沒有學過的話,這個意思就是說,當某個名詞為不可數名詞,

  • we do not put an S at the end of the noun. So things that are really teeny tiny small

    那這個名詞後面就不可以加上S。所以那種很小很小的東西

  • like rice or sugar or salt are uncountable. Things that are liquid -- for example beer

    像是飯粒、糖或是鹽就是不可數名詞。還有液體,例如啤酒

  • or water -- are uncountable. So all liquids and tiny things are uncountable. Also, gases

    或水,也是不可數名詞。所以只要是液體跟超級細小的東西都是不可數的。還有,

  • are uncountable. That wasn't me.

    氣體也是不可數名詞。(屁聲) 呵呵不是我放的唷。

  • So I could go on with a massive list of uncountable nouns, but you can do that yourself. Then,

    接著我就可以列出一張很大的不可數名詞清單,不過這個你自己來就行了。

  • we have countable. Countable, obviously, you can stick an S on the end of the noun. So

    再來,我們有可數名詞。可數,顧名思義,就是你可以在字尾加上S。所以

  • most things are countable. For example, dogs, hamburgers, cats, markers, eyes, hair -- hair

    大部分的東西都是可數的。例如,狗、漢堡、貓、白板筆、眼睛、頭髮 -- 頭髮其實

  • is uncountable because there are so many tiny little hairs on one heads.

    不可數,因為有太多細小的頭髮在一個人的頭上了。

  • So this is the rule that you have learned. If your noun is uncountable, you have to say

    以上就是你所學過的規則。如果你現在用的是不可數名詞,你必須用

  • "too much". So maybe you have come up with a sentence that says, "I have too much sugar."

    too much。所以你也許可以造一個句子 I have too much sugar.(糖加太多了)

  • Good. Okay. So you know that sugar is uncountable, and you have used a very good English sentence.

    讚。好,所以你知道糖是不可數名詞,然後你也造了一個完美的英文句子。

  • You used, "I have too much sugar." Good.

    你說, I have too much sugar. 很棒。

  • And then, your teacher says, "Okay. Make a countable noun sentence." Okay. "I have too

    接著,你的老師說:「好。現在來用可數名詞造個句吧。」好。I have too

  • many pens." I have a lot of pens. "I have too many pens." Very, very good grammatical

    many pens. 我有很多隻筆。I have too many pens. 好一個文法完美的

  • sentences. But there's a problem. Bad nouns. Bad, bad, bad nouns. Bad nouns, what I mean

    句子。但是這裡有一個問題。不好名詞。壞透了的名詞,我的意思是

  • is when we use "too much" or "too many", your noun has to be something that you do not like

    當你使用 too much 或是 too many 的時候,你所提出的名詞必須是你不喜歡的東西。

  • okay? For example, maybe you go to school and your teacher gives you homework. Do you

    懂嗎?舉例來說,你去學校上課然後老師出了作業給你。對你來說

  • think homework is a bad noun or a good noun? What's your opinion of homework? I hate homework.

    作業是壞名詞還是好名詞?你對於作業本身的看法是什麼?我恨作業。

  • I hate it. It's boring. I hate it. I hate it. So in my opinion, homework is a bad noun.

    我恨它。他無聊死了。我恨它。我恨它。所以就我而言,作業是一個糟糕的名詞。

  • So I'm going to say, "I have too much homework." Because homework is a negative or a bad thing,

    所以我會說 I have too much homework. 因為作業是一個負面或是不好的東西。

  • I can say, "Oh, God. I have too much homework tonight." Okay? "Too much" and "too many"

    所以我才說 Oh God. I have too much homework tonight. 懂嗎? Too much還有too many

  • are always going to be for negative or bad things that you don't like.

    都是用來形容負面或是你不喜歡的爛東西。

  • So "too many" -- maybe you go to the movie, and it's really, really crowded. You can say,

    所以 too many,也許去看電影時,遇到了擁擠人潮,你就可以說,

  • "There are too many people." Now, maybe you like people. Maybe you don't like people.

    There are too many people. (人也太多了吧) 現在,你可能愛人群。你也有可能不愛人群。

  • But in this situation, having a lot of people is bad. So once again, it is your opinion.

    但在這個情境,人潮擁擠就是一件壞事。所以再次強調,這跟你的想法有關。

  • "Too much" and "too many" are always for things that you do not like personally or you think

    Too much還有 too many 永遠只會用來描述你自己不喜歡或是你當下

  • are bad at the moment. For example, "There are too many calories in seven cookies." I

    覺得不滿意的東西。譬如 There are too many calories in seven cookies.我喜歡

  • like cookies. Who doesn't like cookies? I love cookies. But calories, they're bad. So

    餅乾啊。誰會不喜歡餅乾呢?我超愛。但是卡路里(熱量),他們爛透了。所以

  • I can say, "There are too many calories." Okay? "There is too much rain in the rainy

    我會說There are too many calories.懂嗎?There is too much rain in the rainy

  • season or in spring." There's too much rain. I don't want any more rain. Okay?

    season or in spring. 這裡雨下太多了。我不希望再下雨了。理解嗎?

  • Now, in the reverse, we have the beautiful, lovely, happy good things. The beautiful,

    現在,反過來說,有些東西是我們覺得美好的、令人開心的。這些漂亮

  • lovely, good things are my good nouns. Good nouns, as you might have guessed, are things

    可愛、美好的東西就是好的名詞。好的名詞,就如同你所想的,就是

  • that you like. For example, beer. You will never, ever, ever, open your fridge and go,

    你喜歡的東西。舉例來說,啤酒。你永遠不可能打開冰箱然後說

  • "Oh, no. I've got too many beers. I've got too much beer." This will never happen. You

    Oh no. I've got too many beers. I've got too much beer. (噢不。也太多罐啤酒了吧。我有太多啤酒了啦。) 這是不可能發生的。

  • will never go to the bank machine and go, "Look at that. I've got too much money." Never

    你不可能去提款機然後說 Look at that. I've got too much money. (你看看。我實在是有太多錢了啦。)

  • happens. So when it's a positive thing, what you're going to say is "a lot of". For example,

    這完全不可能發生。所以當這是一件正面的事,你要用的應該是 a lot of。例如,

  • "I have a lot of friends." Friends are usually good things. Or if you're lucky, you might

    I have a lot of friends. 朋友通常被視為是美好的。或是如果你很幸運,你也許會說

  • say, "I have a lot of money." If you have a lot of money, Ronnie would like some money.

    I have a lot of money. 如果你錢很多,Ronnie也滿想要有點錢的。

  • Donate money. Money, money, money. Okay? "I have a lot of money." "I have a lot of beer."

    捐點錢吧。錢錢錢。懂嗎?I have a lot of money.I have a lot of beer.

  • Yes. "I have a lot of friends."

    對。I have a lot of friends.

  • The cool thing about "a lot of" is that it can be used for both countable and uncountable.

    A lot of 用法上有個很棒的點,就是它可以用於可數和不可數名詞。

  • It's very, very natural in English that we say "a lot of" as opposed to "too much" or

    用 a lot of而不是 too much 或是 too many 在英文中是非常非常自然的一件事。

  • "many". All the time.

    一直都是如此。

  • So what I want you to do is I want you to get a lot of happiness in your life. I don't

    所以我想要你做的就是讓你的人生充滿許多快樂。

  • want you to have too much homework. I don't want you to have too many bad people in your

    我不希望你有太多作業。我不希望你的人生中出現太多壞人。

  • life. And I want you to enjoy learning English. Until then, goodbye.

    我希望你可以享受學習英文的樂趣。就到這邊,再會。

Peekaboo. How are you? My name is Ronnie. I'm going to teach you some English. Imagine

Peekaboo! (逗小孩語助詞) 你好!我是 Ronnie。今天要來教大家一些英文小知識。想像

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基本文法 :各種「太多了」怎麼用 (Basic English Grammar - TOO MUCH, TOO MANY, A LOT OF)

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