- 英語 (美國)
Better to say, "I've finished washing the dishes for you."
I'll get you just to put in the laundry when you leave.是什麼意思
回答I don't know what they are trying to say, I just want to let you know that this does not sound natural.
I will finish doing the dishes when you return home 和 I will have finished doing the dishes when ...
回答On the first sentence, when you say: "I will finish", you mean to say that you have not completed your task of washing the dishes, but will f...
I want you to do the dishes. 和 I want you doing the dishes 的差別在哪裡？
回答The first one is correct, we don’t say ‘I want you doing the dishes’
I will take my shirt to the laundry. 和 I will take out my shirt to the laundry. 的差別在哪裡？
回答"I will take my shirt to the laundry. " is the most natural and correct way of saying this sentence.
If you wash up the dishes, I'll dry it up. 和 If you wash up the dishes, I'll dry them up. 的差別在哪裡？
回答Neither is correct. The correct wording would be "If you wash the dishes, I'll dry them."
- If the washing machine stops, could you hang the laundry out? 聽起來自然嗎?
- "Is this washing machine full automatic? I didn't know that." "Come on, there're no washing machi...
- While you were out, I finished doing the washing and dishes. 聽起來自然嗎?