don't mind和doesn't matter的用法和区别
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表达 “don't mind”和“doesn't matter” 在使用中常被混淆。要想正确使用它们,先要理解动词 “mind” 和 “matter” 各自的意思和区别。
1. The verb mind means 'dislike, be annoyed by' or 'object to'.
动词“mind” 的意思是“不喜欢、介意" 或 ”反对“。
It's normally followed by verbING and often used in negatives and questions.
“Mind” 后通常接 “动词–ing”,多用于否定句和疑问句中。
Do you mind opening the window?
No, I don't mind!
If someone says that they don't mind, it means that they have no preference or that they're happy for something to happen.
如果某人说 “I don't mind”,意思是他们对某事没有偏好,无所谓,或是很乐意有某事发生。
2. The verb matter in English can mean 'be important'.
动词 “matter” 可用来表达 “某事很重要”。
English matters.
If we say 'it doesn't matter', it means that the thing we are talking about is not significant or not important.
如果我们说 “it doesn't matter”,意思就是我们在谈论的这件事情不重要,没有特殊意义。
Do you want tea or coffee?
It doesn't matter.
3. Sometimes, they can both mean the same thing.
有时,“I don't mind” 和 “It doesn't matter” 的意思相同,可以互换使用。
Do you want chicken for dinner? 
I don't mind.
It doesn't matter to me.

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