From March to April, it is the season of cherry blossoms in Japan. Regardless of the Japanese people or travelers around the world, the flowering period of different Japanese cities will be discussed.
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The author has just returned from tourism in Tokyo. Although I know this year's flowering period began at about the end of March, I still have one or two parks to try my luck, hoping to capture the beauty of cherry blossoms.
All the friends sent a short message to me asking about Tokyo's flowers: "Is the flower open?" "Is there a few flowers on the tree?" At the time, I thought, how should I say "Flowers are not open yet" or "I saw only Flower buds?
Japanese uses Sakura for cherry blossoms, and English uses Cherryblossoms for nouns. Therefore, Thereisnoblossomonthecherrytrees can be referred to as a flower on the tree; Thecherrytreesareinblossom refers to blooming trees; if you want to express only a few buds on the tree, Thereareonlyafewgreenbuds (buds) onthetrees can be used.
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Incidentally, afew, few, alittle, and little all refer to "rarely", but afew and few are used before countable nouns, and the other two words are used before uncountable nouns. (A)few and (a)little are not difficult to understand, but where are the differences between "a" and "a"? Their slightest difference is whether the sentences emphasize "yes" or "no."
For example, there are some flowers in the tree. You can say there are a few flowers Thereareafewflowersonthetree in the tree, or stressed that there is almost no flower Therearefewflowersonthetree in the tree.
In addition, blossom is also a verb. In addition to "flowering," it also means "growing and prospering." The following are examples of the different meanings of their verbs:
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1. Indicating flowering: Therosesblossom. (Rose in bloom.)
2. Expressing growth: She realisedthatherdaughterhasblossomedintoanelegantlady. (She suddenly realized her daughter grew up to be a pretty girl.)
3. prosperity: TheHongKongfilmindustryblossomedintheearly1960s. (As early as the early 60s of the last century, the Hong Kong film industry was very prosperous.) ■ Ellen Laupreface Academy preface Education English Division