- 真正地,确实地,实际上 in fact; truly
- 很,十分,全然 very or very much
in accordance with truth or fact or reality;
"she was now truly American"
"a genuinely open society"
"they don't really listen to us"
in actual fact;
"to be nominally but not actually independent"
"no one actually saw the shark"
"large meteorites actually come from the asteroid belt"
in fact (used as intensifiers or sentence modifiers);
"in truth, moral decay hastened the decline of the Roman Empire"
"really, you shouldn't have done it"
"a truly awful book"
used as intensifiers; `real' is sometimes used informally for `really'; `rattling' is informal;
"she was very gifted"
"he played very well"
"a really enjoyable evening"
"I'm real sorry about it"
"a rattling good yarn"
- It's really cold today.
- It's really too bad that the teacher couldn't find someone to substitute for her when she was sick.
- Go ahead. Do whatever you really love.
- After the shock of their electoral defeat, the party really began to pull together.
- Did she really say so?
- They regard themselves as the best, and yet they don't really seem to have a clear strategy.
- Really,that was a terrible mistake.
- Oh, mother, really you need not dust them.
- I see you worrying on my account, but really I don't mind.
- Did he really say so?
- I really care about the students in my class.
- I really appreciate your advice.
- If I really plough into my studies now,I should be ready for the examination.
- It all happened in a split second, so no one knows what really did occur.
- This time they really hoped for better results.
- I don't feel our visit really accomplished anything.
- I really felt for her when her husband died.
- I really feel sorry for all the parents whose children were kidnapped.
- When you read the book, you really enter into the characters' feelings.
- His problems did not really admit of any solution.
- I don't think she's really fit for the job.
- This movie really catches the flavours of New York.
- Is it really necessary for me to attend the meeting?
- She is not really beautiful, but she looks pretty when she smiles.
- How can we seek out a really good person for the job?
- The firm is not opposed to making changes where these are seen to be really necessary.
- I really can't stand him.
- It's really great here!
- Do you know of a really good hotel in this city?
- You ought really to have asked me first.
- I'll let you use the phone this time, but you should not really use it.
- His father is really worried.
- We really are very, very much obliged to you.
- “Shut up!”“Well, really!”
- “She's going to resign.”“Really?Are you sure?”
- Part of your job, as a teacher, is to really understand your pupils' personal problems.
The government was really directed..in London.出自： Ld Macaulay
I shall not say what his name is really.出自： E. Nesbit
Silly, really, to spend your..holiday..digging up a Roman villa.出自： J. Mitchell
Are they really your friends?出自： Q. Crisp
- 出于修饰的需要或避免误解, really有时可置于动词不定式符号to与动词原形之间,形成分裂不定式。
- really通常置于实义动词前,系动词、助动词和情态动词之后; 为了强调,也可置于系动词、助动词、情态动词前,这时系动词,助动词,情态动词要重读。
- really, indeed, truly
- 这三个词都可表示“真正地”。其区别在于:indeed多用于肯定对方的话或加强自己的话; really多用于进一步说服对方,或表示惊奇,或表示含蓄的怀疑; 而truly多用于强调事物的真实性。例如:
- You are right.It is indeed a difficult problem.你说得对,这真是一道难题。
- Do you really want to go?你真要去吗?
- It is truly hot.今天真热。
- really, practically, truly
- truly强调事物的真实性,表示事物是“真实的,正确的,有道理的”; really强调所述与事实相符,即“事实就是如此”; practically则指与事实相差无几,语气最弱。例如:
- This is a really〔truly〕 beautiful picture.这确实是一张很美的画。
- There was a truly beautiful view from the window.窗外景观确实美极了。
- He had practically finished his meal when I arrived.我到达时他差不多吃完饭了。
- I really don't like her.我可真不喜欢她。
- Really,I didn't mean to hurt you.
- I didn't really mean to hurt you.
- I really don't know.
- I don't really know.
误 It was a short trip but we had really a good time.
正 It was a short trip but we had a really good time.
正 It was a short trip but we really had a good time.