Grammer

SVOO(主語+動詞+目的語+目的語)文型を使ってみよう

Subject, verb, indirect object, direct object Form
SVOO(主語+動詞+目的語+目的語)文型を使って講師と会話してみましょう。
SVOOは動詞の後ろに目的語が2つ加わった形になります。 基本的なコンセプトはなにかをあげたり、渡したりするということ。 必ず「前の目的語」に対して「後の目的語」を与えるという形になります。 具体的なものから、目には見えないものまで目的語にできます。 【回答例】 He gave me a chocolate. 彼はチョコレートをくれた She sang me a nice song. 彼女は素敵な歌を歌ってくれた
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Please use a "Subject, verb, indirect object, direct object" form.
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Please use the Subject, verb, direct object, object complement form.

Let's try it. I made my boss a report for sale. I bought myself some cosmetics. In my first sentence, can it mean "I made a report due to a duty my boss gave"? The second one can mean "I bought some cosmetics for my reward"? How do you understand these sentences?

自然な表現

Let's try it. I made my boss a sales report. I bought myself some cosmetics. In my first sentence, can it mean "I made a report due to a duty my boss gave"? The second one can mean "I bought some cosmetics to reward myself"? How do you understand these sentences?

1. This is a more natural phrasing here because 'for sale' means available to be bought.
e.g. Is this car for sale? - Yes, you can have it for $1000.
2. Your sentence is fine. You may use this phrase as an alternative.
The first sentence is saying that you made your boss a report as he requested, right? As for the second one, it sure is your treat for yourself or something that you need, which is good.

Yes, I wanted to say what you mean, thank you. Anyway, it is hard for me to study about this section. I can't complete transitive verbs and intransitive ones. He walks his dog at a park. He walks with his dog at a park. The verb "walk" can be used as transitive and intransitive like this, which is a confusing for me.

自然な表現

Yes, that's exactly what I meant, thank you. Anyway, it is hard for me to study __ this section. I can't complete transitive verbs and intransitive ones. He walks his dog at a park. He walks with his dog at a park. The verb "walk" can be used as transitive and intransitive like this, which is __ confusing for me.

1. Your sentence is fine. You may use this phrase as an alternative.
2. The pattern of the phrase is 'study + something', so there's no need for a preposition in between.
3. An indefinite article is not required before an adjective if it is not followed by a countable noun.
What you need to understand here is there are transitive and intransitive words. It may be tough at first but try practicing more.

OKay, I'll keep to practice. You teach me native English. I ask you a favor. I bring you my homework.

自然な表現

Okay, I'll keep practicing. You teach me native English. I ask you a favor. I bring you my homework.

1. There is no need to capitalize the letter 'k' here.
2. The pattern of this phrase is: keep + doing + something
Great! Could you determine each part of speech in your sentences? How about constructing sentences using the verbs "tell" and "show"?

I’ll tell you my traveling in Australia. I’ll show you my passport here.

自然な表現

I’ll tell you about my travel to Australia. I’ll show you my passport here.

1. Use this preposition to express the subject of your story.
2. 'Travel', 'trip', 'visit' are the more natural words you can use here.
3. This is the preposition collocation of the noun 'travel'.
Did you really travel to Australia? What were the things that you did there or others made you do during your stay?

No, I didn’t yet, but I’ll go there 1 month later soon! Quokka which is the famous animal there gave me interests about Perth in Australia.

自然な表現

No, I didn’t yet, but I’ll go there very soon, a month later! Quokka which is the famous animal there aroused my interest to visit Perth in Australia.

1-2. Reworded your sentence a bit for a more natural phrasing.
  • give(与える)
  • get(手に入れる)
  • teach(教える)
  • make(作る)
  • buy(買う)
  • She made her children a cake.(彼女は彼女の子供達にケーキを作ってあげた。)
  • She told me the truth.(彼女は真実を話してくれた。)
  • The teacher teaches us English.(その先生は私たちに英語を教える。)
  • He bought me a nice watch.(彼は私に素敵な時計を買ってくれた。)
  • He showed me a picture of his dog.(彼は私に彼の犬の写真を見せてくれた。)

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