I get annoyed when someone talks to me while i'm reading . This happenes to me all the time in the library . When it happens, I uaually talk to the person , because I want to be polite. But because I’m polite , people don't know I'm annoyed . They do the same thing again . Perhaps in the future I should try not to be so polite.
QUESTION:What does the boy complain about?
He complains that he gets annoyed when someone talks to him while
he is reading.
1、annoyed (adj) 恼怒的生气的其主语通常是人，可构成be annoyed with sb 意为“生某人的气”或者be annoyed at/about sth 意为“为某事恼火”
e.g. my teacher was annoyed with me because i didn’t finish my homework.
e.g. i am annoyed at what you said.
2、polite (adj)有礼貌的客气的反义词impolite 常用搭配be polite to 意为“对…礼貌” e.g. jim is a polite boy. e.g. it is impolite to spit in public place.
e.g. the boy is very polite to teachers.
拓展：impolite adj. 不礼貌的
perhaps, maybe为副词，常置于句首，用于减弱陈述句的确定程度。maybe多用于美国口语中。possible为形容词，所表达的确定程度小于前两者，常与can, could, may, might
递减的句子：Perhaps(Maybe)he will come/He may possibly come/He may come/He might come
2、try to do sth.与 try doing sth.
try to do sth.意为“努力去做某事”。
eg: He tried to open the back door. 他想把后门打开。
try doing sth. 意为“试着做……；试一试”。
eg: He tried opening the back door.
1. I get annoyed when someone talks to me while I’m reading.