|http://www.sina.com.cn 2006/05/09 20:03 北京市民讲外语活动组委会|
What did you think of the Forbidden City?
A Hi！ How was your day?
B Very good, though I’m a bit tired after returning from the Forbidden City – so much walking!
A What did you think of the Forbidden City?
B I thought it was wonderful, but there were too many people, too many tourists.
A Yes, it can be very busy at this time of year.
B It’s too busy and too crowded for me. I want to go back when it is quieter.
1 If you want to emphasise something, for instance, if something was too much, you can use too / too before the adjective, e.g. There were too many people. / There were too many people; It’s too busy and too crowded. / It’s too busy and too crowded.
如果你想强调某事，例如某事太怎么样了，你可以在形容词前用too /太，例如：There were too many people. /人太多了; It’s too busy and too crowded. /太闹了，太拥挤了。
2 Remember using the comparative form of the adjective when comparing things, e.g. I want to go back when it’s quieter / I want to go back when it’s quieter.
记住当比较不同事物时用形容词的比较级，例如：I want to go back when it’s quieter. /我想等它清净一些的时候再去看看。
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