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BBC英语一分钟: Raise和Rise的用法区别

Raise vs Rise

Raise和Rise的区别

Hi, I'm Sian for BBC Learning English. And today, we're going to look at the difference between raise and rise.

大家好!我是BBC英语学习的希恩。我们今天来学习 Raise和Rise的区别。

So raise and rise both refer to something going up, but there's a difference in how we use them.

两者都表示事物的上升,但使用时有所区别。

Raise always needs a direct object - so if you raise something, you move it up. For example: I raise my eyebrows when I'm surprised!

Raise通常跟直接宾语——举起某物意思是让某物往上走。例如:我吃惊时会挑眉!

And it doesn't have to be literal - so: The government plan to raise taxes.

也可以用于正式场合——政府打算提高征税。

Don't forget this is a regular verb, so the past and past participle are both raised.

这个词是规则动词,所以他的过去式和过去完成式都是raised.

But with rise, there's no direct object. So if something rises, it goes up or increases by itself. The sun rises at 6 a.m. at the moment.

rise后面不直接跟宾语。所以,如果说某物上升了,说明某物凭借本身向上走或升高。早晨6点太阳就升起来了。

Careful, this is an irregular verb so the past is rose and the past participle is risen.

注意,rise是个不规则动词,所以它的过去式是rose,过去完成式是risen.

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