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Word order (2) - adverbs with the verb Unit 106


Unit 106

Word order (2) - adverbs with the verb

(a) Мы ставим некоторые наречия (например always,

also, probably) с глаголом в середине предложения:

 

- Tom always goes to work by car.

- We were feeling very tired. We were also hungry.

- Your car has probably been stolen.

 

(b) Запомните правила расположения наречия в

середине предложения. (Это только общее правило,

поэтому есть исключения.)

i) Если сказуемое представлено одним словом (goes,

cooked и т.д.), то обычно наречие ставится

перед глаголом:

 

наречие+глагол

- I cleaned the house and also cooked the dinner. (но не `cooked also')

- Jack hardly ever watches television and rarely reads newspapers.

- She almost fell over as she came down the stairs.

 

Отметьте, эти наречия (always/often/also и т.д.)

стоят перед have to:

 

- We always have to wait a long time for the bus.

 

Однако, наречия стоят после am/is/are/was/were:

 

- We were feeling very tired. We were also hungry.

- Why are you always late? You're never on time.

- The traffic isn't usually as bad as it was this morning.

 

ii) Иногда сказуемое состоит из двух и более слов (can

remember, doesn't smoke, has been stolen и т.д.).

Обычно наречие ставится после первой части глагола:

 

Глагол1 наречие глагол2

I can never remember his name.

Ann doesn't usually smoke.

Are you definitely going to the party tomorrow?

Your car has probably been stolen.

 

- My parent have always lived in London.

- Jack can't cook. He can't even boil an egg.

- The house was only built a year ago and it's already falling down.

 

В отрицательных предложениях probably стоит перед

отрицанием. Так, мы говорим:

 

- I probably won't see you. или I will probably not see you.

(но не `I won't probably see you')

 

(c) Мы также ставим all и both в этих же местах:

 

- We all felt ill after the meal.

- Jack and Tom have both applied for the job.

- We are all going out for a meal this evening.

- My parents are both teachers.


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