说服, 辩论, 证明, 主张
- They tried to argue him into joining them.
- We argued her out of going on such a dangerous journey.
- Columbus argued that the world was round.
- We argued the matter over for hours.
争论, 辩论, 提出理由
- I'm not going to argue with you tonight.
- v. reason
- 校园生活/American English Rhythm-(美国英语的节拍)
Hello, Harry. Where are you off to?
I'm going home to study my English lesson.
Yes. I'm trying to learn a little more.I don't always understand what people say, and they don't always understand me.
What're you learning about?
Well. For instance, some words in a sentence are stressed.The time between two of these stressed words is always about the same. No matter how many words there are.This is what makes English sound jerky. First you go very fast, and then perhaps you slow up.
Hmmmm. I never noticed that. Give me an example.
Sure, Here's a sentence we memorized for class. "You told me last night not to let you argue me out of getting you up on time."It takes just as long to say"not to let you argue me out of getting you up on time"as it does to say"you told me last night"
可以。这儿有一句我们在上课时应记住的话："You told me last night not to let you argue me out of getting you up on time。"在说"not to let you argue me out of getting you up on time"这段话的时间就和说"you told me last night"这句话一样长。
- argue against
- argue against oneself
- argue and refute
- argue back and forth
- argue endlessly
- argue for argument's sake
- argue heatedly
- argue in favour of
- argue on the basis of reason
- argue one's case