关于Utterance的意思和用法的提问

包含"Utterance"的句子的意思

Q: What did he mean?

I'm rooting for you, Susie. ~ why root?? 是什么意思?
A: Rooting is a phrase in English which means ‘I’m wishing you success’ /‘I support you’ / ‘I hope you can do it!’
Q: utterance 是什么意思?
A: A thing that is spoken, probably spoken softly.
Q: utterance 是什么意思?
A: A spoken word
Q: illogical utterances 是什么意思?
A: An utterance is something that someone says. Illogical utterances are therefore things that somebody has said that are not logical.

"Utterance" 的用法和例句

Q: 请教我使用 utterance的例句。
A:
He was so exhausted that he could make no utterance.

Goethe's last utterance was, "more light!"
Q: 请教我使用 utterance的例句。
A: Utterance isn’t a very commonly used word though

"Utterance"有关的其他问题

Q: I want to know the utterance of
“Would you like some more salad?”
“Why not?”.

Could you give me your record?
A: sounds perfect!
Q: His utterance he said yesterday lacks in politeness. I wouldn't behave like that. 听起来自然吗?
A: × His utterance he said yesterday lacks in politeness.
✓ What he said yesterday was rude.

Q: 1.His utterance convinced me of his guilty.
2.I was convinced me of his guilty(by his utterance).

3.He convinced me to justify his innocence.
4.I was convinced to justify his innocence.

5.He convinced me that he is innocent.
6.I was convinced that he is innocent.

Which do you think is the most unnatural?
and Does No.4 make sense?
Is it more better saying that I was compelled to justify his innocence??

Thank you in advance.
A: ​‎1.His utterance convinced me of his guilty.

His utterance convinced me of his guilt.

2.I was convinced me of his guilty(by his utterance).

This is confusing. I would not use it.

3.He convinced me to justify his innocence.

This makes sense, yet may not reflect what you want to say. This sentence means that he convinced you to justify, meaning defend, his innocence. This would be appropriate if you are going to defend his innocence.

4.I was convinced to justify his innocence.

Same answer as 3.

5.He convinced me that he is innocent.

This is correct. It sounds much clearer than number 3 or 4, unless you will be defending him. Are you speaking as his attorney or something?

6.I was convinced that he is innocent.

Same as 5.

Which do you think is the most unnatural?
and Does No.4 make sense?
Is it more better saying that I was compelled to justify his innocence??

Again, if you are compelled to justify his innocence, that means that you will actively be defending or justifying this person against guilt. If he have simply changed your mind the word justify does not belong in a sentence the sentence in this context.
Q: How does it sounds? "An utterance - the minimal independent unit of communication - is realized in oral speech either as a one intonation-group or as a combination of intonation-groups" 听起来自然吗?
A: Oh I see, and yes please! Like I said everything just sounded jumbled, I only understood the last part clearly. 😅😀
Q: I am trying to follow your utterance and catch every new word. 听起来自然吗?
A: 'utterance' is a great word in this context, but not often used.
perhaps
I am trying to follow your sentences and catch every new word.
would sound more natural

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