having a great liking or love
loving in a kind, gentle, or tender way
foolishly loving; giving in weakly to loving feelings
foolishly trusting or hopeful
"a fond embrace"
"fond of his nephew"
"a tender glance"
"a warm embrace"
"deceiving her preoccupied and doting husband with a young captain"
"hopelessly spoiled by a fond mother"
"fond of chocolate"
"partial to horror movies"
"fond hopes of becoming President"
Never more to fright Children with fond tales of Bug-bears.
出自： T. Fuller
误 I am fond going to the movie this afternoon.
正 I want to go to the movie this afternoon.
误 As a matter of fact,I very fond housework.
正 As a matter of fact,I'm very fond of housework.
误 He is very fond for studies.
正 He is very fond of studies.
误 The author is fond to quote Shakespeare.
正 The author is fond of quoting Shakespeare.
析 fond 是形容词,不是动词,通常要和动词be以及介词of连用,表示“喜欢”“爱”的意思,后面跟名词或动名词等。其中of不能省略。
误 She is much fond of reading poetry of the Tang Dynasty.
正 She is very fond of reading poetry of the Tang Dynasty.
误 No one is fond of making fun.
正 No one is fond of being made fun of.
析 “耍弄”英文是make fun of,在本句中它是介词的宾语,又表被动,所以用动名词的被动式。
误 He is not fond of swimming.
正 He does not care to swim.
析 表示“不喜欢”,习惯不说not fond of。