Leo
some soup?=would you like some soup?=Do you want some soup? all of them are same?
Sep 23, 2011 10:45 AM
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What flavour??
September 23, 2011
在学习这么多关于some 和any 的用法,唯一的一句礼貌用语中使用some的还被你给发现了,记住就是了,这个比较特殊。因为would you like和Do you want表达的比较礼貌,他们是可以等同的。遇到helping verb 过去式的侍候你就要考虑说话者的语气了,委婉礼貌的要尽量使用some。要是中国人出题考试,你要防止他的逻辑思维,很有可能是在迷惑你是用some 还是用any ,因为他就知知道,肯定用some 。否定和疑问用any。没有办法,谁叫他是出题者呢?
September 23, 2011
Yep. They're all the same.
September 23, 2011
I would say, generally, yes. There are differences in the usage. Some soup? - used in very colloquial situation, when both of you know what you're talking about. You can ask your friend this question. Would you like some soup? - polite question to anyone, it can be a person older than you are or younger. A waiter can ask you this question as a recommendation. Do you want some soup? - used between friends or family, you wouldn't say anything like this to a client :)
September 23, 2011
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