一、详细释义:


aux.v.

肯,愿意,要,打算


例句:

Smith always said he would quit, so they finally called his bluff.

史密斯总是说他要辞职不干,最后他们索性请他真的辞职。


例句:

She indicated that she would help her husband..

她表示愿意帮助她丈夫。


以便


例句:

She folded the letter so that it would fit into her bag.

他把信折起来,以便可以装到袋里。


例句:

He left early in order that he would arrive on time.

他早早动身好按时到达。


将,将要,会,将会


例句:

I wish this pain would go.

我希望疼痛会消失。


例句:

I wish the sun would come out.

但愿会出太阳。



例句:

Would you like cabbage or spinach?

你喜欢甘蓝还是菠菜?


例句:

Would you fill in this registration form?

麻烦填写这张住宿登记表。


就,该


例句:

If only I could get some sleep, I would be able to cope.

要是我能睡会儿,我就能够应付。


例句:

I think if I went to look at more gardens, I would be better on planning and designing them.

我觉得如果我更多地去看一些花园,就有可能更好地规划和设计它们。


原想,本来想


例句:

I would have liked a life in politics.

我本想从政的。


例句:

She would have liked to ask questions, but he had moved on to another topic.

她本想问问题,但他又继续谈另一个话题去了。


就(不),偏(不)


例句:

He kicked, pushed, and hurled his shoulder at the door. It wouldn't open.

他冲着门又踢又推,还用肩膀撞,但门就是打不开。


例句:

He kept trying to start the car and the battery got flatter and flatter, until it wouldn't turn the engine at all.

他反复试着发动车子,但电池的电越来越少,最后根本就打不着火了。


v.

will 的过去式;将


例句:

It would be a sin on your part to abandon science.

抛弃科学对你来说将会铸成大错。


例句:

Nobody knew how the things would pan out.

没人知道事情结果将会怎样。


二、词义辨析:


used to,would

这两个词均含“过去惯常,过去总是”之意。 used to指客观地表示过去的习惯,既可是过去经常发生的动作,又可是过去一向存在的状态,比would通俗,往往含今昔感。 would指过去经常发生的行为,主观感情色彩较浓,只表过去惯常行为,既不表状态也不表持续动作。不含“过去如此,现在不再这样”的意味。


三、参考例句:


He would write if you would answer.

如果你回信的话,他就写信。


How would we feel.

我们会有什么样的心情。


It would exacerbate partisanship.

它可能激怒政党。


Would you sit down?

你要坐一坐吗?


What would you like?

你想要什么?


Morning would break.

天将破晓。


Why would it

为什么呢?


What would you prefer

你更喜欢哪种?


What would you choose?

你会选择什么呢?


Anxiety would be extinct.

焦虑将会消失。