speech made to an audience
manner of speaking or behaving
details of place where a person lives, works or can be found, and where letter, etc. may be delivered
… say sth to sb in speech or writing, make a speech to; direct one's speech or writing to a person or group
speak or write to using a particular title of rank
write on an envelope, parcel, etc. particulars of the person, town, street, number of the house, etc., to which it is to be delivered
"he listened to an address on minor Roman poets"
"he failed in his manner of address to the captain"
"He addressed the crowd outside the window"
"The chairman addressed the board of trustees"
"He always addresses me with `Sir'"
"Call me Mister"
"She calls him by first name"
"This book deals with incest"
"The course covered all of Western Civilization"
"The new book treats the history of China"
Farmer Williams..had paid her his addresses.
Forced for to addresse themselues, and range a nauall battell in order.
出自： P. Holland
A Parlament being call'd, to addres many things.
Please address yourself to Mr.Smith for particular questions.
Addressing himself to the principal, he defended the student's behaviour.
He addressed himself to me that he would no longer remain in his present position.
He addressed himself to the crowd.
He addressed himself to the proper authority.
He'll address himself to the authorities.
他将向上级说明情况。 address oneself to sth
Let us address ourselves to the matter in hand.
The candidates did not address themselves to the issues.
I addressed myself to the work.
He addressed himself to the main difficulty.
He addressed himself to a task of learning French.
It's time they addressed themselves to the task assigned to them.
She addressed herself to her new task.
她致力于她的新工作。 address oneself to v-ing
When his father died,Paul had to address himself to earning his own living.
Let us address ourselves to completing the business of the meeting.
When I've finished painting the house I'll address myself to doing the garden.
He addressed himself to mowing the lawn.
Our teacher is addressing himself to writing a novel.
This letter is addressed to a newspaper editor.
You must write to him at his new address.
误 Where is your new address?
正 What is your new address?
误 He addressed to the audience in his commanding voice.
正 He addressed the audience in his commanding voice.
正 He addressed himself to the audience in his commanding voice.
析 address本身就等于to make a speech to,即为及物动词,直接接宾语,不能再加to。(注意误句和第二个正句中audience前虽然都有to,但并不一样,第二个正句中address仍为及物动词,但以反身代词himself为宾语,再用to引出讲演的对象)