28 ตุลาคม 2018
He bought some flowers to give to his wife. ซื้อดอกไม้เพื่อ…ให้ภรรยา
He locked the door to keep everyone out. ล็อคประตูเพื่อ...กันคนอื่น
choose, decide, expect, forget, hate, hope, intend, learn, like, love, mean, plan, prefer, remember, want, would like, would love, agree, promise, refuse
และคำกริยาบางพวกต้องตามด้วย direct object ก่อน จึงตามด้วย to - infinitive เช่น
advise, ask, encourage, invite, order, persuade, remind, tell, warn, expect, intend, would prefer, want, would like
She reminded me to turn the lights out.
He encouraged his friends to vote for him.
disappointed, glad, sad, happy, anxious, pleased, surprised, proud, unhappy
We were happy to come to the end of our journey = We were happy because we had come to the end of our journey
John was surprised to see me = He was surprised because he saw me
difficult, easy, possible, impossible, hard, right, wrong, kind, nice, clever, silly, foolish
It’s easy to play the piano, but it’s very difficult to play well.
He spoke so quickly it was impossible to understand him.
able, unable, due, eager, keen, likely, unlikely, ready, prepared, unwilling, willing
Unfortunately I was unable to work for over a week.
I am really tired. I’m ready to go to bed.
difficult, easy, possible, impossible, hard
It was difficult for us to hear what she was saying.
It is easy for you to criticise other people.
It’s kind of you to help.
It would be silly of him to spend all his money.
ability, desire, need, wish, attempt, failure, opportunity, chance, intention
I have no desire to be rich.
They gave him an opportunity to escape.
She was annoyed by her failure to answer the question correctly.
When I am travelling I always take something to read.
I was all alone. I had no one to talk to.
There is hardly anything to do in most of these small towns.
คำกริยาบางคำเช่น ask, decide, explain, forget, know, show, tell, และ understand
Do you understand what to do?
Tell me when to press the button.
will, would, shall, should, must, can, could, may, might, must not
She will bring the textbook for us to review.
I might go to Korea this winter.
Had better, would rather, would sooner, why not
You had better clean up your room.
I would rather study for my upcoming TOEIC exam.
Don't make me study that boring grammar book!
Let’s go for a walk together.
Why wait until tomorrow?
Why not ask him now?