常用問句開頭「What 、Who、 Where、When、Why、Which、 How」+V+ S
★「When」 + V + S 詢問時間→常用於詢問時間或是紀念日…
【Use When in a sentence／When sentence examples】
■When do you plan to check out?
■When do you study?
■When do you hear that
→That was a long time ago.
→So I can’t remember the exact time. ɪgˋzækt]
■When was he／she born?
■When did you return?
■When did you buy it?
■When does it arrive?
■When will we arrive?
■When will you leave?
■When is checkin time?
■When is checkout time?
■When is your birthday?
■When will they arrive?
■When did you come to Japan?
■When did you get to Taiwan?
I could swim well ■When I was a boy
■When can I see you next time?
■When did you finish the work?
■When are you coming back?
■When did you get home?
→Don’t expect me.別等我
→Don’t wait up for me.
■When will you be back?
She was out ■When I called.
■When did it begin to rain?
■When do you want to meet me?
→It’s your decision.
→I’m always available.
■When do you usually get up?
■When are you going to leave?
■When is a good time for you?
I did smoke ■When I was young.
■When did you last see him?
→I ran into hime on the subway yesterday.
I'm not sure ■When he'll come.
■When should I return the car／book／clothes?
He hurt his hand ■When he fell.
He hurt his knee ■When he fell
■When was that?
→The day before yester. 前天
Do you know ■When he will come?
→He didn’t say ■When he would be back.他沒有說幾點回來。
Look at me ■When I talk to you!
■When did he say he would come?
■When did she break the window?
■When do you need these by?
→Can I have them today. If it ‘s not possible, I can swiing by tomorrow..
[swɪŋ] swiing by 短暫拜訪
■When was the last time we met?
■When did you break up with him?
→It was he who sail goodbye, not me.是他提分手的，不是我
I'll leave ■When she comes back.
■When did you make this decision.
→Right after I heard the news.在我聽到那消息後
■When did your father come home?
■When would you like to see him?
■When are you expecting him? 他什麼時候回來。
→He has a meeting at four thirty.
→I haven’t got a clue. 我不清楚。
■When did he go to Europe?
■When is the intermission?
■When is your book coming out?
■When is your interview
→Tomorrow at 10.
■When did you wake up?
Have you been told ■When to come?
■When did the wedding take place?
He died ■When he was 60 years old.
■When did she leave the room?
■When did you change your address?
Do you know ■When they will arrive?
■When did you go to bed last night?
What do you want to be ■When you grow up?
Can you still remember ■When we first met?
She first met him ■When they were students.
He got married ■When he was twenty-eight.
■When I see him, I think of my father.
I felt very angry ■When I heard the news.
I’ll bring my daughter ■When I come next time.
She believed him ■When he said he loved her.
I'll call you back ■When I come home.
I'll take care of my parents ■When they get old.
■When the bell rang, the teacher ended the class. [bɛl]／[ræŋ]
■When I hear the song, I remember my younger days.