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BBC英语一分钟: Don't mind 和 Doesn't matte的区别

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BBC Learning English in A Minute一分钟英语节目,今天我们将学习Don't mind 和 Doesn't matter二则之间的区别。
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Don't mind vs Doesn't matter

Don't mind 和 Doesn't matter二则之间的区别

Dan: Hi, everyone! Dan for BBC Learning English here. Today we're going to talk about 'don't mind' and 'doesn't matter'.

大家好!我是BBC英语学习的丹,今天我们来学习Don't mind 和 Doesn't matter.

The verb mind means 'dislike, be annoyed by or object to'. It's followed by (verb)ing and often used in negatives and questions. For example: Do you mind opening the window?

动词mind表示“不喜欢,被惹恼或反对”,其后通常跟动词的ing形式,用于否定句和疑问句当中。例如:你介意开一下窗户吗?

Sam: No, I don't mind.

不介意。

Dan: If someone says 'I don't mind', it means that they have no preference or that they are happy for something to happen.

当人们说“不介意”的时候,意思是没有意见或者乐于看到某事发生。

However, the verb matter in English can mean 'be important'. 'English matters,' means 'English is important'. If we say 'it doesn't matter', it means that the thing that we are talking about is not important or not significant. Do you want tea or coffee?

然而,动词matter在英语中则表示“重要的”。“英语很关键”表示“英语很重要”。如果我们说“没关系”,则表示所谈论的事情不重要或不关键。你想喝茶还是喝咖啡?

Sam: It doesn't matter.

都可以。

Dan: OK! Sometimes they can both mean the same thing.

好!有时这两者的意思是相同的。

Sam: Do you want chicken for dinner?

晚餐吃鸡肉怎么样?

Dan: I don't mind!

可以!

Sam: Do you want chicken for dinner?

晚餐吃鸡肉怎么样?

Dan: It doesn't matter to me.

我都可以。

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