had better
 
hail / hale
 
half / half of / in half
 
hanged / hung
 
happen / occur / take place /
happen to
 
hard / hardly
 
have
 
healthful /
healthy / fit
 
hear / learn
 
help / assist / aid
 
historic / historical
 
home page /
Web page
 
homework / housework / classwork
 
housekeeper / homemaker
 
HTML / HTTP
 
human / humane / humanitarian
 
   
  hard / hardly
   
A. hard는 형용사로 단단한, 어려운, 맹렬한 이라는 의미로 사용된다.
1. The ice is hard enough to skate on.
2. These questions are too hard.
3. Some languages are harder to learn than others.
4. It's hard for him to pay attention.
5. The surface of stone is hard and cold.
6. Poverty is a hard problem to solve.
7. The hard fact of the case is that a murder was committed.
8. The officer is a hard man on his troops.
   
B. hard는 부사로도 사용되는데 이 때의 의미는 열심히, 몹시, 세차게 등등이다.
1. They worked hard all day.
2. He tried hard not to laugh.
3. Push harder.
4. It rained so hard that the river flooded.
5. I hope you're working hard.
6. He works hard everyday.
7. It was snowing hard last night, and now there are 15 inches of snow on the ground.
   
C. hardly는 부사로 거의 ...아니다, 조금도 ...아니다, 거의 ...없다 라는 의미로 사용된다.
1. We could hardly hear you.
2. We have hardly any money left.
3. He's so stupid; I hardly think I'll want to talk with him!
4. We hardly ever see you anymore.
5. It's hardly surprising that we lost money during the recession.
6. They will hardly come now.
7. I could hardly breathe.
8. I hardly knew him.
9. He had hardly any hair.
10. Hardly anyone else had heard of the books.
11. It's hardly surprising that she's late - she always is.
12. He hardly did anything.
13. She hardly ever goes out.
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The ice is hard enough to skate on.
 
 
 
He works hard everyday.
 
 
 
It's hardly surprising
that she's late
-- she always is.
 
 
She hardly ever goes out.
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