Grammer

SVC(主語+動詞+補語)文型を使ってみよう

Subject + Verb + Complement Form.
SVC(主語+動詞+補語)文型を使って講師と会話してみましょう。
SVC文型は主語+動詞+補語を組み合わせればできます。 補語Cは主語Sや目的語Oが「どういうものであるか」、「どういう状態にあるのか」を説明します。 「S=Cである」という関係を作れば簡単にできます。 【回答例】 My brother is a deliquent kid. 僕の兄は非行少年だ
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Please use the subject, verb and complement form.
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Please use the subject, verb and complement form.

Here's are some of my examples. My test yesterday was not so bad, but I must keep diligent in order to get a higher job in my future.

自然な表現

Here's are some of my examples. My test yesterday was not so bad, but I must be diligent in order to get a better job in my future.

1. we say 'be diligent' meaning 'be hard-working'
2. you can get a better job or be promoted to a HIGHER position
I see. Did you take an exam or a language test for your job promotion? Were the questions easy to understand?

I tried taking a qualifying examination to improve my knowledge about my job. It's not required for my job promotion, but I believe it must be a helpful experience when I change my job. Unfortunately, my current company employs me as its temporary worker for just three years. Anyway, these questions were hard for me to understand.

自然な表現

I tried taking a qualifying examination to improve my knowledge about my job. It's not required for my job promotion, but I believe it must be a helpful experience when I change my job. Unfortunately, my current company employs me as a temporary worker for just three years. Anyway, these questions were hard for me to understand.

1. no need to add 'its' simply add 'a' as you need a/an before occupations
Well, some people would also like to take language tests to check their level. I think it helps to evaluate or assess themselves. Anyway, it would also be a great motivation to study harder.

I think achieving a goal makes our lives more brilliant. While students study hard, some workers such as me only work and directly go home. I just realized that I need to keep studying whenever and I remembered being diligent when I was a student. After working, I do my tasks at a coffee shop following a studying schedule. Now I seem a student.

自然な表現

I think achieving a goal makes our lives more brilliant. While students study hard, some workers such as me only work and directly go home. I just realized that I need to keep studying all the time and I remembered being diligent when I was a student. After work, I do my tasks at a coffee shop following a studying schedule. Now I seem like a student.

1. all the time=non-stop (this sounds better)
2. we say 'before/after work'
3. seem like someone=look like someone
Of course, we cannot just stop learning. Learning as they say is a lifelong process. That is why we should always be willing to learn.

I really agree with you. Learning is very important. By the way, person who only use a computer in his life tends to forget to bring paper and a pen, doesn't he? That's me. I didn't find only textbook in my bag today until I had a seat. Usual custom is not easy to change.

自然な表現

I really agree with you. Learning is very important. By the way, a person who only uses a computer in his life tends to forget to bring paper and a pen, doesn't he? That's me. I didn't take my textbook out until I had a seat. Usual habit is not easy to change.

1. add 'a' to refer to one non-specific person
2. use a verb that ends in 's' after third-person singular subjects
3. I am confused by what you said so I reworded the sentence so it sounds more natural. Say 'I didn't take my textbook out until I had a seat'
4. it is more natural to call it 'a habit'
I agree with you especially when we are already accustomed to what we are doing or using. It is always a hard habit to break.

I feel less nervous to hear your word. I decide to have two hours for studying in a day at least. I respect a student next to me just now. She looks tired a little bit because she may concentrate on her homeworks for long time.

自然な表現

I feel less nervous to hear your words. I decided to have two hours for studying a day at least. I respect a student next to me just now. She looks tired a little bit because she may have been concentrating on her homework for a long time.

1. use a plural noun to refer to words in general
2. use past simple for decisions made in the past
3. use a/per to express frequency
4. use 'have been concentrating' to refer to an action that had a certain duration
5. homework=always singular and uncountable
6. add 'a' as the expression is ' for a long time'
  • taste(〜の味がする)
  • feel(〜の感じがする)
  • seem(〜のようだ)
  • become(〜になる)
  • remain(〜のままでいる)
  • You look tired today.(あなたは今日疲れてるように見える。)
  • His dream came true finally.(ついに彼の夢は実現した。)
  • This bread tastes really good.(このパンはとても美味しい。)
  • The leaves turned red in autumn.(秋には葉っぱが紅葉する。)
  • He is tall.(彼は背が高い。)

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