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Bad 与 Badly的区别及使用方法详解

March 27, 2020



在本文中,我将比较Bad与Badly。我将提供一些例句,以说明这些词在上下文中的使用 方法。



Bad是什么意思? Bad是一个形容词。 Bad描述的东西达不到可接受的质量标准,这与Good刚好相反。

形容词通过描述名词的性质来修饰名词。 Bad是一个通用词:孩子可以有Bad的举止,三明治可以有Bad的味道,而运动员可以有Bad的比赛。这个词几乎适用于任何上下文。


* “One bad apple can spoil the whole bushel,” warned Old Nance.
* Because our product got almost universally bad reviews at online retailers, we manufactured it in a different color plastic and hired an outside marketing firm to help with rebranding.
* Ten good deeds cannot make up for one bad decision once one’s reputation has been damaged.
* The auto-finance sector has taken a bad turn. An investor update on Tuesday from auto lender Ally Financial, formerly the auto-lending arm of General Motors, added to building evidence that trend lines are negative in the industry. –The Wall Street Journal



Badly是什么意思? Badly是副词。它描述了执行不力的操作。



* I scored badly on my ethics exam, and I am now prohibited from practicing law in the state of Kentucky.
* When a pitcher pitches badly, his offense has a lot of work to do to keep the team in the game.
* The onions are badly burned, which gives the entire dish an acrid flavor reminiscent of a grease fire.
* North Carolina got 22 points from Joel Berry II, but as a team shot badly: just 36 percent, with Jackson going 6 for 19 and 0 for 9 from 3 points. –The New York Times








是Bad还是Badly? Bad和Badly是两个单词,它们描述的内容不那么扑鼻。

* Bad是一个形容词,表示它描述名词。

* Badly作为副词修饰动词。