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【DSE英文作文】最完整!50 種英文應用句構 #多元化寫出高分

英文應用句型有數百種,下列為最常見之考試句型。英文學習者若能熟習及善用下列句型 (DSE 英文作文建議用 6 句以上盡顯 Sentence Variety 功架 !!!),即可多元化地為文章創造層次,大幅提升作文檔次。


事不宜遲,即刻測試下自己識用幾多 👇🏻

(Missey 肺腑之言🤦🏻‍♀️:嗱!知道唔等於識用呀!成功用倒出黎先為之「識用」)


1. All one has to do is ...

  • All he has to do is to fill out a form.

  • All he had to do was to become friends with the new students.

2. Although ..., ...


3. ... as (adj.) / (adv.) as possible

  • Run as fast as possible.

4. as if / as though ...

  • You look as if you’ve had a good time.

  • It sounds as though she’s been really ill.

5. As soon as ..., ...

  • He left as soon as he heard the news.

6. be / feel (adj.) + to do sth

  • Most Americans will be happy to explain.

  • I feel sad to know he is leaving us for good.

7. be / get used to (n.) / Ving

  • The good in England is strange at first but you’ll soon get used to it.

  • He is used to working hard in China.



8. both ... and ...

  • She can both speak and write Japanese.

9. But for ...

  • But for the rain we would have had a nice holiday.

10. by Ving

  • You can turn the radio by pressing this button.

11. cannot but ...

  • It was a rash thing to do, yet one cannot but admire her courage.

  • I could not but admit that he was right and I was wrong.

12. either ... or ...

  • I left it either on the table or in the drawer.

  • You can either write or phone to request a copy.

13. enjoy / finish / mind / practise + Ving

  • Do you mind opening the window?

  • They enjoy talking with people, even in broken English.

14. far from

  • Far from enjoying dancing, he loathes it.

  • Your account is far from the truth.

15. find it (adj.) to ...

  • She found it difficult to understand him.

  • At my age I would find it hard to get another job.

16. get / have sth Vpp

  • They’re going to have their house painted.

  • Go and get your hair cut!

17. Given ...

  • Given the government’s record on unemployment, their chances of winning the election look poor.

  • Given that she is interested in children, I am sure teaching is the right career for her.

18. Hardly / Scarcely had S Vpp when S V-ed

  • Hardly had we begun our walk when it began to rain

  • Scarcely had she entered the room when the phone rang.

19. How (adj.)!

  • Excuse yourself and rush down the street to the nearest bank? How impractical!

  • You can just take out your credit card and charge it. How convenient!

20. How (adj.) (it is) to ! // How (adj.)/(adv.) S V !

  • How nice it is to have a rose garden!

  • How tiring it is to work part time while studying full time!

  • How beautiful she is.

21. I wish (Ved / Vpp)

  • I wish you hadn’t told me all this.

  • I wish I knew what was going to happen.

22. If-conditional

  • If I were you, I might marry him.

  • If I had a robot, I would ask it to help me with my lessons.

  • I’ll only stay if you offer me more money.

23. Inversion of If-conditional

  • Had he written that letter, she wouldn’t have made this mistake.

  • Should it rain tomorrow, I would stay home.

24. Indirect speech

  • Father told me that he was disappointed in me.

  • The girl said that they were going to Florida the next morning.

25. Instead of ..., ...

  • Let’s play cards instead of watching television.

  • Instead of Tom, it was Peter who moved in.

26. It (so) happens that ...

  • It happened that she was out when he called.

  • It happened that the new person in the office was the woman he had met at Gail’s party.

27. It appears / seems that ...

  • It appears that there has been a change in the plans.

  • It seems that the attack this morning was carefully planned to cause few casualties.

28. It is ... that ...

  • It was the best coffee that I have ever tasted.

  • It was the funniest joke that I have ever heard.

29. It is (adj.) for S to V

  • It is easy for her to do the job.

  • It is sad for me to hear the news.

30. It is (adj.) of sb to V

  • It is kind of you to help me.

  • It is nice of you to do this for me.



31. It is no use Ving

  • It is no use pretending you didn’t know.

  • It’s no use arguing with a drunk.

32. It is said that ...

  • It is said he’s a genius.

  • It is said that he was a spy during the war.

33. It is time ... Ved ...

  • It is time we were going.

  • It is time we had a party.

34. lest ... (should) ...

  • He ran away lest he (should) be seen.

  • She pulled away from the window lest anyone see them.

35. (n.) + Ving [= participle phrases]

  • She was the woman sitting behind me in the restaurant yesterday.

  • It was a series of separate walls extending across China.

36. neither … nor

  • He neither knows nor cares what happened.

  • The hotel is neither spacious nor comfortable.

37. There is no Ving

  • There is no mistaking a tiger for a dog.

  • There is no knowing how many people got killed in World War II.

38. No matter what ...

  • No matter what he did, they were bored.

  • No matter what you do, I’ll always love you.

39. No sooner had S V than ...

  • No sooner had he arrived than he was asked to leave again.

  • No sooner had he sat down than the phone rang.

40. not only ... but also ...

  • He not only finished his homework in time but also enjoyed doing it.

  • We go there not only in winter, but also in summer.

41. not ... until

  • He didn’t shut up until the teacher came in.

  • He didn’t get up until 8:00.

42. Now that ..., ...

  • Now that you are here, why not have a drink?

  • Now that you have passed the test, you can drive on your own.

43. Passive voice

  • Her leg was broken.

  • He was bitten by a dog.

44. Relative clauses

  • Marian is the teacher who teaches my son English.

  • The girl who sits in the front row is from Japan.

45. be worth V-ing / (n.)

  • The book is worth reading.

  • The picture is worth about two thousand pounds.

46. S cannot help Ving

  • He can’t help having big ears.

  • I couldn’t help hearing what you just said.

47. find / keep / catch ... V-ing / Vpp

  • The lady kept the man waiting for a long time.

  • You will find people walking faster and working harder in a big city.

48. have no choice but to ...

  • They have no choice but to agree to what he suggested.

  • He has no choice but to go home.

49. hear / see ... V / Ving

  • I saw a boy play there.

  • I heard Mrs Smith singing.

50. insist / advise that S (should) V ...

  • The girl insisted that Vingo (should) join them.

  • We advised that they (should) start early.


 

▌Ms Priscilla 由中文小學出身,初中被編輔導班,掌握學習秘訣和讀書良方後,幾年間擢升 9A 狀元,其後更於港大滿分畢業。逾 14 年全職教學,初高中補習屢獲好評,累積近半萬學生。⭐另推出成人課程,助學員達學習自主。⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣

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