Cách dùng động từ "judge" tiếng anh

· Cách dùng từ

I. "judge" vừa là nội động từ, vừa là ngoại động từ

II. Cách dùng

1. Mang nghĩa "phán xét, đánh giá"

=to form an opinion about something after considering all the details or facts / to form an opinion about an amount, distance, size etc by guessing

IELTS TUTOR lưu ý:

  • judge someone/something on something
  • judge something by something
  • judge something from something
  • judge someone/something (to be) something
  • judge it best/right/necessary etc
  • judge what/whether/when etc
  • judge that
  • judge for yourself (=form your own opinion)
  • judge someone/something to be something
  • judge how far/long/wide etc

IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ:

  • do not judge people by appearance (IELTS TUTOR giải thích: đừng xét người theo bề ngoài)
  • �Schools are judged on their exam results. 
  • Judged by modern standards, this was a cruel thing to do. 
  • The firm’s success can be judged from its growing sales. 
  • The water was judged to be of good quality. 
  • The meeting was judged a success.
  • Mary judged it best not to say anything. 
  • It’s difficult to judge what kind of impression we made. 
  • He judged that someone must have been in the house.
  • I love it, but come along and judge for yourself.
  • You may lose the ability to judge distance accurately.
  • Tony judged him to be about 35.
  •  It’s difficult to judge how long it will take.

2. Mang nghĩa "làm người phân xử, làm trọng tài"

=to decide who or what is the winner of a competition

IELTS TUTOR lưu ý:

  • judge someone/something on something
  • judge something (to be) something

IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ:

  • The paintings will be judged on imagination and technique. 
  • In the end, Dad’s cake was judged the winner.

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