抱歉又有問題了 哈。。。。。for what it's worth 可否解釋成 無論如何？That's why we can't have nice things. 是不是指因為別人ㄧ直亂來所以害事情搞砸？
Charles Wang 2015-06-13 15:59:07
1. Here's my advice/ opinion/ suggestion, for what it's worth (FWIW)/ for what it's all worth (FWIAW).=Here's my advice/ opinion/ suggestion, considering what limited worth it might have for you.=Here's my advice/ opinion/ suggestion, whether or not it's good/ important/ useful.The idiom “for what it's worth (FWIW)/ for what it's all worth (FWIAW)” means “considering what limited worth it might have for you” or “whether or not it's good/ important/ useful”.2. That's why we can't have nice things.It's a statement a mom or dad would make, while they're exasperated with their child for having broken some household item.For instance, a mother buys a new small appliance for her kitchen, let's say it's a stand mixer.The kids start playing with it and jam something in the blades and burn out the motor.Mom walks in and sees the mess and yells, "See! That's why we can't have nice things!"
Michael Wen 2015-06-14 14:31:51
當你要說一句話，你覺得也許沒那麼重要，但你還是為了某種原因想說，就可以用for what it's worth開頭
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