咱们是否也有相同的感觉，一说英语，就会发觉自己总是一瞬间"he"，一瞬间"she"，一不小心就搞错了对方的性别?“我喜爱梨。”究竟是“I like pear.”仍是“ I like pears.”咱们来看看国人常犯的过错有哪些。
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3. Also, in the third person singular, most verbs require an 's' at the end of the word.
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4. Another mistake that is common is when a&nb玉米价格行情,你的英语口语好吗?,索尼耳机sp;plural noun is referenced.
In Chinese, one will express several dogs as 'many dogs.' This lets the reader know that the speaker is referring to more&nbs秦景记p;than one dog. In English, we add an 's' to the end of most words to make them plural. 'Dogs'.
5. Verb tenses are also confused by many Chinese English&胚兰nbsp;speakers.
There is no shortcut to learning what they are in English. We don't say, 'yesterday I walk to school.' We say, 'Yesterday, I walked to school.' And with irregular verbs, we wouldn't&2016hito流行音乐颁奖典礼nbsp;say, 'Yesterday I run to&n雀嘴鳝bsp;school.' We say, 'Yesterday, I ran to school.' Irregular verbs are verbs that don't fall within the 'adding ed rule.' There are lists of them on the Internet.
在英语学习中，学好它们并无捷径可走。咱们说"Yesterday, I walked to school"而不是"Yesterday I walk to school."。涉及到不规矩动词，它并不适用于一般动词改换规矩粒组词，它的过去式改换表能够在网上找到。比方，咱们说"Yesterday, I ran to school"而不是"Yesterday I run to school"。
6. Confusing prepositions.
This is a less frequent mistake about the useage of 'in, at, of, with.....'. There are no rules to make this easier. Also, prepositions are sometimes used differently depending upon whether you have learned British English or America's Perversion of the Queen's English.
第二大高频过错是“in,at,of,with.....”等介词的用法。没有特定的规矩能把"In, at, of, with....."的用法变得简略。此外，有时分介词的运用还因英式英语和“蜕化”的美国英语的不同而有所不同。
7. Omission of a verb.
In Chinese, it isn't necessary to use a verb when an adjective is used to describe the subject. You can say, 'I very good.' In English you must use&nbs杨童舒豪宅被毁p;the 'to be' verb and say, "I am very good."
在中文里，当用形容词润饰主语时，纷歧定非要有动词才干构成完好的语句。你能够说，"我很好(I very good)",但在英语中，你有必要加上be动词，"I am very good"才是完好、正确的方式。