作者： Steve Wallace
發布日期： 2020 / 12 / 23,
- Only I drive red cars; no one else drives them.
- I only drive red cars; I do not park them.
- I drive only red cars; I do not drive green cars.
- I drive red-only cars; I do not drive multicolored cars.
- I drive red cars only; I do not drive red motorcycles.
Eukaryote-specific rRNA is predominantly located on the surface of the ribosome.
這裡誤用predominantly來修飾located這個英文動詞，而實際上應該是要用它來修飾on the surface of the ribosome這個副詞片語才對，正確應為：「Eukaryote-specific rRNA is located predominantly on the surface of the ribosome.」
Under neutral conditions, the O-acyl isopeptides were predominantly converted to the corresponding monomeric amyloid β peptides.
Under neutral conditions, the O-acyl isopeptides were converted predominantly to the corresponding monomeric amyloid β peptides.
Cystathionine β-synthase catalyzes the formation of H2S, which predominantly exists as SH– at physiological pH.
Cystathionine β-synthase catalyzes the formation of H2S, which exists predominantly as SH– at physiological pH.
Most other anthropogenic emissions, such as emissions related to fossil fuel combustion, mainly occur in urban areas.
Most other anthropogenic emissions, such as emissions related to fossil fuel combustion, occur mainly in urban areas.
Humans are mainly exposed to PAHs by three routes: digestion, inhalation and dermal contact.
1. Humans are exposed to PAHs mainlyby three routes: digestion, inhalation and dermal contact.
2. Humans are exposed to PAHs by three main routes: digestion, inhalation and dermal contact.
The inhibitory activity of the plant extract was mostly due to coumarin.
The inhibitory activity of the plant extract was due mostly to coumarin.
The evolution of H2O at 85–100 °C was mostly due to vaporization, whereas H2O evolution at 300–350 °C was mostly due to intramolecular H2O elimination.
The evolution of H2O at 85–100 °C was due mostly to vaporization, whereas H2O evolution at 300–350 °C was due mostly to intramolecular H2O elimination.
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Einsohn, Amy, The Copyeditor’s Handbook (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2000), p. 360.
Garner, Bryan, Garner’s Modern American Usage, 3rd ed. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009), p. 592.
Stevens, Matthew, Subtleties of Scientific Style (Thornleigh, Australia: ScienceScape Editing, 2007), p. 47.