I'm gonna take a shower. 和 I'll take a shower. 的差別在哪裡？
回答Both are fine. One's more casual than the other. The first sentence "I'm gonna take a shower." could be said on it's own. "I'll take a sho...
i' m gonna take a shower. 和 i'm gonna go to the shower room. 的差別在哪裡？
回答There's not much difference in the meanings, except for the first one being more straightforward
I feel like take a shower. 和 I feel like going for take a shower. 的差別在哪裡？
回答@zhenede They are not grammatically correct sentences, it should be "I feel like taking a shower" or "I feel like going and taking a shower"....
I'll take a shower. 和 I gonna take a shower. 的差別在哪裡？
回答The second one mean that you already decided to take shower and you confident about that
I'll take a shower. 和 I'll grab a shower. 的差別在哪裡？
回答nothing, but I'll have a shower or I'll shower is commonly used, You take a bath- but you have a shower
- to continue 和 to carry on 的差別在哪裡？
- continue to do 和 continue doing 的差別在哪裡？
- You continue shining on. 聽起來自然嗎?