Put up 三個用法

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動詞短語 “put up” 有很多用法。它有 “建造,修建” 和 “力爭,拼盡全力” 的意思,還可以表示 “為某人提供住宿”。在使用 “put up ”時,直接受詞應放在 “up” 前還是後?聽主持人 Phil 在一分鐘內介紹這個動詞片語的三個常見用法。

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‘Put up’ has lots of meanings – here are three of them.

‘Put up’ can mean ‘to build’.
Tim’s just put a new shed up in his garden.
I’m going to put up a new wall.

‘Put up’ can mean ‘to struggle for or against something’.
I thought you were going to lose but you really put up a good effort.
We can stop this if we put up a fight.

For these two meanings the direct object could go either before or after the ‘up’.

If you ‘put someone up’, you allow them to stay somewhere.
Don’t worry about a hotel – we can put you up for the night.

Here the direct object has to come before the ‘up’.

So, it can mean ‘build’, ‘struggle’ or ‘let stay’. Do you know any other meanings?

You put up a good effort to put up that wall.
Now you must be tired, I can put you up if you like.

用法總結

1. “Put up” 可以用來表達 “建造”。在使用時,賓語可放在 “put up” 的後面,或是 “put” 和 “up” 之間。

  • Tim’s just put a new shed up in his garden.
  • I’m going to put up a new hut for my dog.

2. “Put up” 可以用來表達 “力爭,抵抗”,在使用時,受詞可放在 “put up” 的後面,或是 “put” 和 “up” 之間。

  • I thought you were going to lose but you really put up a good effort.
  • They will destroy more forest unless we put a good fight up against it.

3. 我們可以用 “put someone up” 來表達 “為某人提供住宿”,這時需要把代表 “某人” 的受詞放在 “put” 和 “up” 之間。

  • My cousin is in town, we’ll put him up for the night.
  • You must be tired, I can put you up if you like.