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Allowed 与 Aloud的差异及用法详解

February 29, 2020

英语中的同音单词中,Aloud和Allowed应该算最容易混淆的单词了。这两个词甚至给有经验的写作家们都带来了麻烦。

如果您在短信或社交媒体上的帖子中犯了此错误,则影响可能会比较低,具体取决于您的朋友圈。但是,如果在学术论文或专业书信中的出现相同的错误则可能严重损害您作为作家的信誉。

本文通过解释Aloud和Allowed之间的差异,以帮您能在下次写作中不再犯同样的错误。

## Allowed和Aloud有什么区别?

在本文中,我将比较Allowed与Aloud。我将在句子中使用这些单词中,以便您可以在适当的上下文中看到如何它们。

我还将向您展示有用的记忆方法,来帮您了解何时使用Allowed或Aloud。

##何时使用Allowed?

Allowed是什么意思? Allowed可以是形容词或动词。

作为形容词,Allowed是允许的意思。

作为动词,Allowed是动词allow的过去式,表示允许,批准。

请看一些例子,

* Bernadette argued that nuclear proliferation would eventually lead to nuclear war, and Richard allowed that it was within the realm of possibility.
* The attorney screamed, “Objection, your honor! This line of questioning is a blatant attack on the character of the witness, and cannot possibly lead to information relevant to this case!” The judge, however, allowed it.
* You are allowed one carry-on item and one small personal bag or backpack on domestic flights.
* Utah’s Republican congressional delegation had been working on compromise legislation that would have allowed the land to be developed for energy and other uses. –The Wall Street Journal

##何时使用Aloud?

Aloud是什么意思? Aloud是一个副词,它意思是以最大音量讲话或读书。 Aloud是silently和quietly的反义词。

这里有些例子,

* Early elementary screenings for deficits in reading fluency usually involve reading aloud from a pre-selected passage for one minute.
* The Senator from Kentucky voiced his objections aloud, and articulated them in no uncertain terms.
* It is only when I speak my thoughts aloud that I get myself into trouble.
* This nonprofit organization is powered by pediatricians who share a common goal — to make sure that all parents and caregivers understand the importance of reading aloud, so that all children are given a solid foundation for success. –The Washington Post

##记住差异的技巧

尽管是同音字,Allowed和Aloud间的意思完全不同,不能随意互换。

* Allowed用作动词或形容词。
* Aloud用作副词。

如果您仍然无法记住这些单词的区别,请记住Allowed末尾的后缀–ed表示动词过去式。您可以使用Allowed的构造作为线索来帮助您记住它是一个动词。

另外,Aloud包含loud(大声)这个词,因此这个词是用来表示声音。

##总结

是用Aloud还是Allowed? Aloud和Allowed是同音词。

Aloud是一个副词,表示以最大音量讲话或阅读。 Allowed可以是形容词,表示允许的,也可以是动词allow的过去时,表示允许。

由于Allowed以后缀–ed结尾,因此你可以记住它用作过去式动词。

总之,Aloud是副词。 Allowed有时是动词,有时是形容词。