Elisa 文法講解: unnoticed, long-distance and auxiliary verb "do"
1: I got my hat in the wall and slipped out unnoticed. 為什麼不是 unnoticedly? 他不是修飾 slip out ㄇ??
First, there is not such a word as “unnoticedly”. It is “unnoticeably”.
Second, in this sentence, it means that I got my hat in the wall and I slipped out without being noticed.
Unnoticed is an adjective used to describe “I” - adjective not noticed; "hoped his departure had passed unnoticed" See reference: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/unnoticed
2: Long-distance air travel 為什麼不是 long-distanced? 不是應該是 adj-Ned ㄇ???
Long-distance is an adjective used to describe air travel.
See reference: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/long%20distance –adjective of, from, or between distant places: a long-distance phone call. for, over, or covering long distances: a long-distance runner.
3: 通常I do love you. Do 是強調~ 那如果 He do love me .是 do 還是does阿? 後面用 love 還是 loves 阿???
He does love me. (in the present) He did love me. (in the past)
See reference: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/do –auxiliary verb used to lend emphasis to a principal verb. When used as verb and auxiliary verb, present singular 1st person do, 2nd do, 3rd does present plural do; past singular 1st person did, 2nd did, 3rd did, past plural did.
For example: In the present: I do love Sarah. You do love Sarah. He does love Sarah. We do love Sarah. In the past: I did love Sarah. You did love Sarah. He did love Sarah. We did love Sarah.