Presentation on theme: "Sentence Patterns ….., nor + be/aux. + S + V… …as adj./adv. as… There’s no point in Ving… Once(conj.) + S +V…, S + V… It looks like + S + V… There’s room."— Presentation transcript:
Sentence Patterns ….., nor + be/aux. + S + V… …as adj./adv. as… There’s no point in Ving… Once(conj.) + S +V…, S + V… It looks like + S + V… There’s room for sth.
Jill can’t ride a bike, nor will she try to learn how. I’m not stupid, nor am I clever enough to teach you English. (On your own) 昨晚我沒看電視，我也沒看報紙。 _______________________________ _______________________________ …, nor + be/aux.+ S + V
…as adj./adv. as… Although I am as clever as she is, I don’t work as hard as she does. (adj.; adv.) You may eat as many hamburgers as you want. (adj.) (On your own) Jane 是個像 Sue 一樣漂亮的女孩。 __________________________________
There’s no point in Ving… Since it’s still early, there’s no point in hurrying them home. I don’t see any point in giving up the project. (On your own) 既然他不在，再待在這兒也沒有用。 _______________________________
Once (conj.) S + V…, S + V… Once he makes up his mind, nothing will change him. You have to go on with your work once you get started. (On your own) 飛機一旦起飛，你就再也看不到他了。 __________________________________
It looks like + S + V… It looks like I have no choice but to wait here for him. It looks like she’s losing the game. (On your own) 看來你好像仍不知道這問題的答案。 ________________________________
There’s room for sth./sb. There’s no room for one more person in the car. (On your own) 我知道我的英文仍有改善的空間。 ____________________ improvement in my English.