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

誤解的字彙 K 為開頭的字彙

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key 及 quay
key (KEE) (noun)
1. An instrument, usually made of metal, used for unlocking something; such as, a padlock or a door: “Tracy kept her house key on a ring so she wouldn’t lose it.”
2. An aid; such as, a word that helps to resolve a situation or a puzzle: “The key to solving the cross word puzzle was siphon.”
3. A legend or explanation of markings on a map: “Dora checked the key on the map so she could determine the distance to the next city.”
4. A coral reef off the southern coast of Florida: “Have you ever been to the Florida Key?”
key (KEE) (adjective)
Of significant or vital importance: “The key points in Jeff’s speech were underlined for emphasis.”
quay (KEE, KAY) (noun)
A structure alongside a body of water to use for landing boats or to bring boats to shore: “The quay was constructed of broken concrete with a paved road on the top.”

kill 及 kiln
kill (KILL) (verb)
1. An informal term meaning to make a strong or favorable impression: “Cara will kill the audience with her interpretation of the main character in the play.”
2. To slaughter an animal for food: “The Indians on the plains of North America were hunting to kill the bison and deer for food and their hides.”
3. To cause an interruption or stoppage: “Danny had to kill the engine in his car because the motor was smoking and making an awful noise.”
kiln (KILN, KIL) (noun)
A heated oven or enclosure typically used for firing ceramics or objects made of clay to dry them to a fine hardness: “The potter used a large kiln when making the water pitchers and mugs.”

knight 及 night
knight (NIGHT) (noun)
A medieval tenant giving military service as a mounted man-at-arms to a feudal landholder: “The knight fought for his king on a horse while wearing armor.”
night (NIGHT) (noun)
The period between sunset and sunrise, especially the hours of darkness: “Jillian had a great night at the opera and then spent a good night sleeping.”

know 及 no
know (NOH) (verb)
To have direct information about something: “Polly commented that she didn’t know exactly what her friend was talking about regarding their children.”
no (NOH) (adverb)
Used to express negative, disagreement, or refusal: “Two-year old children often use the expression, NO! when talking with adults.”
“No, Jim, I’m not wrong, you are!”

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誤解的字彙 K

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