關於Absented的意思和用法的提問

"Absented"的近義詞和區別

Q: If I had absented...
If I had absent...
If I had been absent...
If I had been absented...

which one is the correct sentence?
If one of these sentences is correct, why is it correct? and what's the difference? 和 what's the difference? 的差別在哪裡?
A: The correct one is "If I had been absent, ....".

"If I had absent" and "If I had absented" are not correct, because when we use this tense 'had' must be followed by the past participle of a verb (in this example 'been').
"If I had been absented" is not correct, because in this context, 'absent' is an adjective, and we don't conjugate adjectives.

This is a difficult tense to learn in English, it is used to describe an event that began and finished in the past. The usual form is "had been" + an adjective or another verb with 'ing'.
"If I had been happy, I would have done a better job."
"If I had been sleeping, I wouldn't have heard it."

I hope this isn't too confusing!

"Absented"有關的其他問題

Q: He has been absented for three days consecutively 聼起來自然嗎?
A: He has been absent for three days.

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