lead, direct or show the way to a person, etc.
person who shows others the way especially a person employed to point out interesting sights on a journey or visit
thing that helps one form an opinion, make a calculation, etc.
adviser, person or thing that directs or influences sb's behaviour
"We lead him to our chief"
"can you take me to the main entrance?"
"He conducted us to the palace"
"The teacher steered the gifted students towards the more challenging courses"
"They had the lights to guide on"
"He ran his eyes over her body"
"She ran her fingers along the carved figurine"
"He drew her hair through his fingers"
He was an agreeable guide, ever keen to point out the beauties of his royal master's domain.
出自： R. Kipling
A pretty, uniformed guide..told him the tours didn't begin until ten o'clock.
出自： E. Baker
She dropped her things, and, guided by George's voice, found the bedroom.
出自： R. H. Mottram
He took her arm to guide her through the Saturday evening crowds.
出自： N. Shute
Teachers should guide students toward a better mastery of the art of writing.
误 He guided us to go to the classroom.
正 He guided us to the classroom.
析 guide本身含有go的意思,再用to go就多余了。
误 This book guides us to use English words and idiom.
正 This book guides us in using English words and idiom.
析 表示“指导某人做某事”,通常不说guide sb to- v ,一般要说guide sb in v -ing。
误 John bought a guide of medieval literature.
误 John bought a guide for medieval literature.
正 John bought a guide to medieval literature.