SELF-LEARNING-5

 ݌` ߋ` ` ~ing` ~ed` seem(s) seemed (to) seem seeming seemed
(())܂߂ɉ̗seem̓t[Ŷ܂ܒNz肵Seem sick.Ȃǂƕ\ĂB܂Ă獡x͎You seem sick.ƕ\ĂB

STEP1

@uȂ͕aCvYou are sick.ƂȂ܂Au`̂悤Ɏvv͈ʓseemg܂BuaĈ悤v

 Seem sick.---->@You seem sick. Seems sick---->@She seems sick.

STEP2

@ے\ꍇ͎̂悤ɂȂ܂BuaĈ悤ł͂Ȃv

 Seem sick.---->@You don't seem sick. Seem sick.---->@She doesn't seem sick.

STEP3

@ߋ\ꍇseemedƂȂ܂BuaĈ悤v

 Seemed sick.---->@You seemed sick. Seemed sick.---->@She seemed sick.

STEP4

@ߋ̔ے\ꍇ͎̂悤ɂȂ܂BuaĈ悤ł͂Ȃv

 Seem sick.---->@You didn't seem sick. Seem sick.---->@She didn't seem sick.

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ɂĂA܂`e(F̕)炾AƓ(t@NVt[Y)gĂƂ\ɍ߂邱Ƃ؂łB

[VCo] seem+(to be)+`e()/()
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yPOINTz
seem+(to be)+`e()/()̓t[YB
seem̊{IȈӖ́Au`̂悤A`ƐvƂƂŁAu`e▼\Ԃ̂悤vƂ\ƂȂB
AmakeƓlAƂȂ邱ƂɒӂĂB
łAget,make,keep, goƓlAӖ͈قȂ邪beŕ\łB

 This suit is rather tight. ̃X[c͂₫ This suit seems rather tight. ̃X[c͂₫悤

 He is a nice person. ނ͑fGȐlł He seems (to be)a nice person ނ͑fGȐl̂悤ł

ɂ͂ȂAIWeƂȂꍇB

 I am a nice person ͑fGȐlł I seem (to be)a nice person. ͑fGȐl̂悤ɎvĂ܂

(1)
Please do as it seems best to you.
ǂȂ̈ԂƎv悤ɂȂ
* as͐ڑŁAu``ł悤Ɂv̈ӖłB
Cf. Please do as you like.@uǂDȂ悤ɂȂv

(2)
I may have seemed hard on you.
͂Ȃɂ܂
I may have+ed`t[Y@u(lĂ݂)́`Ȃv

(3)
Do I seem nice?
AfGɌ?

(4)
The day seems perfect for a picnic.
̓sNjbNɂ͐\̂Ȃ

(5)
He seems pleased with the outcome.
ނ͌ʂɖĂ悤

(6)
He seems very set in his ways.
ނ͂ƂĂňO̐l̂悤

(7)
He seemed shy and modest, but he was very talkative.
ނ͓CōT߂ɌAނׂ͂ł

(8)
This suit seems rather tight.
̃X[c͂₫悤
* rather͕ŁAuAXAv̈ӖłB

(9)
Of the two methods, this seems to be better than that .
̕@̂ł̂ق悳
* to be͏ȗ邱ƂB
Cf. She is taller than Tom of the two.@l̓Aޏ̓gw

(10)
At first glance she seems to be hard to please.
ꌩƂł͔ޏ͋Cނ
* at first glance@uꌩƂv
Cf. She is hard to please. uޏ́ACނv

(11)
There does not seem to be any more.
cĂȂ悤()
* moréAuʁv\much̔rAƂĒPB
Cf. There is not any more.@ucĂ܂v

(12)
There don't seem to be any more.
PcĂȂ悤()
* moréAuv\many̔rAƂĕB
Cf. There are not any more.@ucĂ܂v

(13)
You seem tired.
N͔Ă悤

(14)
She seemed quite unmoved.
ޏ͑SlqȂ
ȉ́AƂȂĂB

(15)
He seems a nice person.
ނ͑fGȐl̂悤
Cf. He is a nice person.@uނ͑fGȐlłv
@They are nice peoples.@uނ͑fGȐlłvpersons͗pȂ̂ʁB

(16)
He seems to be a photographer.
ނ͎ʐ^Ƃ̂悤
* to beȗ邱ƂB

(17)
She doesn't seem a good teacher.
ޏ搶̂悤ł͂Ȃ
Cf. She isn't a good teacher. uޏ͂搶ł͂܂v

(18)
He seems a well-known musician.
ނ͗Lȃ~[WV̂悤

(19)
He seems a narrow-minded man.
ނ͕΋ȒjƎvĂ

(20)
There seems no hope at all.
܂]݂Ȃ悤Ɏv
Cf. There i no hope at all.@u܂]݂͂܂v

(21)
\$4 seems a lot of money for a shirt.
4h̓Vc\ȋẑ悤

(22)
The man over there seems to be Mr. Yoshida.
ɂj́AgcN̂悤
* the man over there@uɂjv cf. the man here uɂjv

(23)
Her greatest interest in life seems to be clothes.
lɂޏ̍ő̎͈ߕ炵

MEMO

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