「I’ll take your word for it.」是什麼意思?

2020/11/16 12:33
Sammy 老師
分類: 好用句


注意這裡的 it 是指對方剛才說的話




就會說 I’ll take your word for it.



A: Did you know that Jane quit her job?
B: No, I didn’t, but I’ll take your word for it.
(A: 你知道珍辭職了嗎?
B: 不知道耶,不過我相信你說的。)

A: The government is lowering the interest rate by 2%.
B: I haven’t heard about that, but I’ll take your word for it.
(A: 政府要調降百分之二的利率。
B: 我還沒聽說,不過我相信你說的。)

A: The company is going to have a lockdown next week. Nobody is allowed to work in the office.
B: Oh? They haven’t announced it, but I’ll take your word for it.
(A: 公司下星期要關閉了。所有人都不准進辦公室工作。
B: 哦?他們還沒宣佈,不過我相信你說的。)


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