英语:两组简单词组用法

词组Has gone to和Has been to的用法,以及A Lot, Lots Of, A Lot Of之间的区别都很简单,是小学英语的词组用法:)

1,词组Has gone to vs. Has been to的区别
1.1, … has/have gone to … 指某人去了某地但还没有回来

  • He’s gone to the bank. He should be back soon.
  • Where has Tom gone?

1.2, … has/have been to … 指某人去过某地是一种经验。

  • He’s been to London many times.
  • I’ve been to Disneyland twice.

2,词组A Lot, Lots Of, A Lot Of的区别
2.1, A Lot Of / Lots Of
两个词组用法没有区别,都表示“大量,许多”,可用在可数名词和不可数名词之前。小笨龙认为当我们搞不清many和much的单词区别时(尤其是口语),都可以词组a lot of/lots of来代替。

  • We need a lot of people for this game.
  • She likes lots of jam on her toast.

2.2,A Lot
这个词组做为副词用在一个句子的结尾,同样表示“许多、大量”。但本词组后面不跟名词,这是和词组a lot of/lots of最大的区别。

  • I enjoy swimming a lot.
  • Mary seems to travel a lot.

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