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BBC英语一分钟: Very, Really及Absolutely的用法区别

Very vs Really vs Absolutely

Very, Really 和 Absolutely的用法区别

Welcome to BBC Learning English. I'm Sam and today I'm happy.

欢迎来到BBC英语学习,我是萨姆,我今天很开心。

In fact, I'm very happy. I'm really happy. Thrilled! I'm really thrilled! I'm absolutely thrilled!

实际上,我是非常地开心,真的很开心。太兴奋了!我真的很兴奋!没有比现在更兴奋的时候了!

My happiness keeps getting bigger and bigger.

我得开心的感觉越来越强烈。

I started with the word 'happy'. 'Happy' is a gradable adjective, so I can be happy - here. Quite happy - here. Very or really happy - here.

我开场的时候用了'happy'这个词。'Happy'是一个等级形容词,所以我在这里可以说我开心(开心等级一)——我很开心(开心等级二)——我非常开心或真的开心(开心等级三)。

What's another way to say very or really happy? Thrilled!

还能怎么表达非常开心或真的开心?那就是兴奋!

Thrilled is not a gradable adjective. It's an extreme adjective. It's already up here. So, can we make it stronger? Yes! You can use really. I'm really thrilled. Or absolutely. I'm absolutely thrilled. But you can't use very.

Thrilled不是一个等级形容词,而是一个程度形容词,它表示的程度已经很高了。那么还有更强烈的表达方式吗?当然有!还可以加really——我真的太兴奋了。或者可以加absolutely——我兴奋到极点了。但是very不可以用于此处。

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