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2011 common English words translated Analysis Qualifying Examination

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Analysis of common words translated Examination 41.too much and much too Both said that "too", "very" means, much too for the adverb phrase, modify adjectives, adverbs, but not modify verbs. It's much too cold. Weather is too cold. too much for "too much" about the following three usage. ① a noun phrase, such as: You have given us too much. You gave us too much. ② modify an uncountable noun phrase as an adjective, such as: Don't drink too much wine. Do not drink too much wine. ③ phrase as an adverb modifying intransitive verb, such as: She talks too much. She talks too much. 42.rather and fairly Two words can be "fairly", "quite a bit" talk. The main differences are as follows: ① fairly major and "is a pleasant sense of" adjectives or adverbs, such as: good, bravely, well, nice and so on. But rather for the intended solution, then for the "unpleasant," the adjective or adverb, such as: bad, ugly and so on. Such as: Tom is rather lazy, but John is fairly diligent. Tom is lazy, and John was very diligent. ② If there is an adjective modifying a singular noun, the indefinite article to be placed fairly in front, but rather it is placed after the preamplifier can be. Such as: This is a fairly interesting book. This is a very interesting book. This book is rather an interesting one. (Op. cit.) ③ Some word itself does not matter, "pleasant" or "unpleasant" meaning, such as: fast, show, hot, cold, etc., the speaker is available fairly to the table, "praise", using rather to mean "disagree." ④ fairly often said that "right and proper", and rather contain "too much, it had been" intended. Compare: This book is fairly easy for you to read. (Just right for you read.) This book is rather easy for you to read. (So simple that inappropriate.) ⑤ rather can also be used in alike, like, similar, different, and the words "there" before, this time meaning "little" or "slightly" means. Such as: The weather was rather worse than I had expected. This is the weather than I had expected something worse. 43.lively, living and alive ① lively adj. Vivid, lively, and can be used as attributive or predicative. Such as: What lively colours! What a bright color ah! she is a lively girl. She is a lively girl. ② living adj. Alive, alive; n. a living, livelihood. Such as: living things biological; make a living to make a living; earn one's living to make a living to survive; That man is still living. That person was still alive (alive). ③ alive adj. Alive, alive, predicative adjectives, generally interchangeable with the living. If the as attribute, should be placed after the word modifies. Such as: That man is not dead, he is still alive. (= He is still living.) That person did not die, he is still alive. He is the greatest musician alive. He is the greatest musician alive.
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