學術寫作上常誤用及誤解的字彙 J 為開頭的字彙 Common Mistakes in Academic English Writing: Words Beginning with the Letter J

誤解的字彙 J 為開頭的字彙

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jealous 及 zealous
jealous (JEL uhs) (adjective)
Intolerant of competition; suspicious of unfaithfulness: “Shelby’s cat was very jealous of the neighbor’s cat which she was taking care of while her neighbor was on vacation.”
zealous (ZEL uhs) (adjective)
Characterized by the passionate or eager pursuit of something: “Ralph was zealous in his pursuit of becoming a fine water-color artist.”

joust 及 just
joust (JOUST, JUST) (noun)
A combat between two mounted knights or men-at-arms using lances; a tilting match: “The knight put on his armor as he prepared himself for the joust.”
joust (JOUST, JUST) (verb)
To engage in a personal combat or competition: “American football can be described as players trying to joust with each other when they run into each other, knocking their opponents down.”
just (JUST) (adjective)
1. Honorable and fair in one’s dealings and action: “Her Honor, Judge Smith was always just in her decisions at court.”
2. Valid within the law; lawful: “The decision by the judge for the man to pay the traffic fine was a just decision.”

judicial 及 judicious
judicial (joo DISH uhl) (adjective)
Relating to the individual holding a senior position within the legal court system: “Judicial ethics should keep a judge, like this one, above suspicion.”
judicious (joo DISH uhs) (adjective)
Showing sound judgment: “Calvin’s judicious decisions regarding his investments have made him wealthy.”

juggler 及 jugular
juggler (JUG luhr) (noun)
1. An entertainer who is able to keep several objects in the air at the same time by tossing and catching them from hand to hand: “The juggler at the circus enchanted the children with his skills.”
2. Someone who attempts to manipulate situations or individuals for a desired purpose: “The salesman was quite the juggler in trying to convince the man to buy the used car so he could get a commission.”
jugular (JUG yuh luhr) (adjective)
Relating to the area on the neck that includes the veins for returning blood from the head to the heart: “When he was angry, his jugular veins could be seen protruding from his neck.”

junction 及 juncture
junction (JUNGK shuhn) (noun)
An intersection or meeting of roads or railroads: “The town was prosperous when it was a railroad junction.”
juncture (JUNGK chuhr) (noun)
A point of time made critical by a combination of circumstances: “At this juncture, George must make a final regarding his future course.”

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英文學術寫作上常誤用及誤解的字彙

誤解的字彙 J

K 為開頭的字彙

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