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PREPOSITION AND ADVERB USES 介词和副词用法
PREP (表示方向、目的地)向，朝，往，到 You use to when indicating the place that someone or something visits, moves towards, or points at.
Two friends and I drove to Florida during college spring break...
Ramsay made a second visit to Italy.
PREP 去(参加) If you go to an event, you go where it is taking place.
We went to a party at the leisure centre...
He came to dinner...
PREP (表示捆、系、拴等)连接，附着 If something is attached to something larger or fixed to it, the two things are joined together.
There was a piece of cloth tied to the dog's collar...
Many patients prefer hand-held shower heads rather than those fixed to the wall…
PREP (表示位置)在，位于 You use to when indicating the position of something. For example, if something is to your left, it is nearer your left side than your right side.
Hemingway's studio is to the right...
You will see the chapel on the hill to your left…
PREP 给，予 When you give something to someone, they receive it.
He picked up the knife and gave it to me...
Firms should be allowed to offer jobs to the long-term unemployed at a lower wage.
PREP (表示动作或情感的对象)对，于 You use to to indicate who or what an action or a feeling is directed towards.
Marcus has been most unkind to me today...
…troops loyal to the government.
PREP (与某些名词、形容词连用，表示关联)对于，关于 You use to with certain nouns and adjectives to show that a following noun is related to them.
He is a witty man, and an inspiration to all of us...
Marriage is not the answer to everything...
PREP 对…(说);向…(说) If you say something to someone, you want that person to listen and understand what you are saying.
I'm going to have to explain to them that I can't pay them.
PREP (表示反应或态度)致使，致 You use to when indicating someone's reaction to something or their feelings about a situation or event. For example, if you say that something happens to someone's surprise you mean that they are surprised when it happens.
To his surprise, the bedroom door was locked…
He survived, to the amazement of surgeons.
PREP 据…认为 You use to when indicating the person whose opinion you are stating.
It was clear to me that he respected his boss...
Everyone seemed to her to be amazingly kind.
PREP (表示变化)倾向于，趋于，至 You use to when indicating what something or someone is becoming, or the state or situation that they are progressing towards.
The shouts changed to screams of terror.
...an old ranch house that has been converted to a nature centre.
PREP (表示雇佣关系)为 To can be used as a way of introducing the person or organization you are employed by, when you perform some service for them.
Rickman worked as a dresser to Nigel Hawthorne...
He was an official interpreter to the government of Nepal.
PREP (表示时间、数量的界限)达到 You use to to indicate that something happens until the time or amount mentioned is reached.
Every vehicle was banned from coming into Mexico City one day a week from Monday to Friday…
From 1977 to 1985 the United States gross national product grew 21 percent...
PREP (用于列举时)(从…)到… You use to when indicating the last thing in a range of things, usually when you are giving two extreme examples of something.
I read everything from fiction to history.
…mechanical toys and gadgets, from typewriters to toy cars.
PREP (表示处所、工作变动)(从…)到… If someone goes from place to place or from job to job, they go to several places, or work in several jobs, and spend only a short time in each one.
Larry and Andy had drifted from place to place, worked at this and that.
PHRASE 来回地;往复地 If someone moves to and fro, they move repeatedly from one place to another and back again, or from side to side.
She stood up and began to pace to and fro...
The boat was rocking gently to and fro in the water.
PREP (表示时间)在…之前，(差…)不到… You use to when you are stating a time which is less than thirty minutes before an hour. For example, if it is 'five to eight', it is five minutes before eight o'clock.
At twenty to six I was waiting by the entrance to the station...
5 点 40 分我正在车站入口处等着。
At exactly five minutes to nine, Ann left her car and entered the building.
PREP (表示比率)每 You use to when giving ratios and rates.
...engines that can run at 60 miles to the gallon.
每加仑油跑 60 英里的发动机
…a mixture of one part milk to two parts water.
PREP 伴随;随同 You use to when indicating that two things happen at the same time. For example, if something is done to music, it is done at the same time as music is being played.
Romeo left the stage, to enthusiastic applause...
Amy woke up to the sound of her doorbell ringing...
CONVENTION 不费事;很简单 If you say 'There's nothing to it', 'There's not much to it', or 'That's all there is to it', you are emphasizing how simple you think something is.
Once they have tried growing orchids, they will see there is really nothing to it.
She's going through a difficult time. That's all there is to it.
ADV (门)关着，虚掩着 If you push or shut a door to, you close it but may not shut it completely.
He slipped out, pulling the door to.
USED BEFORE THE BASE FORM OF A VERB 用于动词原形前
The management wanted to know what I was doing there...
She told ministers of her decision to resign...
...using the experience of big companies to help small businesses...
He was doing this to make me more relaxed...
I'm disappointed, to be honest...
Well, to sum up, what is the message that you are trying to get across?
Oh, to think of his poor wife, standing there helpless…
But then to be let down like that, oh it's so unfair!
He made his way to the kitchen to find Francis cooking…
From the garden you walk down to discover a large and beautiful lake...
(与 too, enough 连用) You use to with 'too' and 'enough' in expressions like too much to and old enough to .