Anonymous asked in 社會與文化語言 · 1 decade ago


























1. whit the help of

2. thank ...for

3. It is...that

4. not..untii

1. for fun

2. up to

3. How+adj........!

4. How about....?=What about.....?


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  • 1 decade ago
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    1. He went to Tibet as a pilgrim

    2. I am a pilgrim for your love

    3. Holy land is a special place for pilgrims

    4. Most pilgrims are convinced

    5. The pilgrims of Christ can found everywhere

    6. Thanksgiving is a big day for the pilgrims.


    1. The capital city of England is London

    2. Have you ever been to England?

    3. I used to live in England for many years.

    4. England is a beautiful country.

    5. Roast beef is a famous food in England.

    6. The new student came from England.


    1. Holland is a small industrialized country.

    2. I am going to spend my holiday in Holland.

    3. The second name for Holland is the Netherlands

    4. I was studying English in Holland

    5. My uncle is working for a Holland company

    6. Do you know the population in Holland?


    1. The America is your passport to freedom.

    2. My dad had to work in America over the summer.

    3. Many students like to study in America

    4. There are many famous movies are made from America.

    5. She has gone to America for several years.

    6. My sister is gonna to teach Chinese in America


    1. my grandfather died at the age of 86.

    2. Our memory of her will never die.

    3. They were ready to die for their country

    4. I’m proud to tell you that your son died a hero.

    5. His shadow died in the distance.

    6. What caused the plants to die?


    1. My wife's a native New Yorker, but I'm from Atlanta.

    2. Monique returns to her native France every summer.

    3. Chinese is my native language.

    4. After a long stay in England he's back in his native land.

    5. The territory was divided between the Burundians and the native population.

    6. Elephants are native to Africa and Asia.


    1. They had got a good harvest last year.

    2. They begin o harvest fruit in June.

    3. A field that had been ploughed up after the harvest

    4. There will be a bumper harvest this year.

    5. The grim harvest of these cuts was an increase in preventable diseases.

    6. Poor harvests increased food prices.

    2007-06-01 05:39:28 補充:


    1. The sky became dark.

    2. People were becoming increasingly angry about the delay.

    3. The follow year Easton became an American citizen.

    4. He has become rich.

    5. He wants to become a scientist.

    6. What sort of building was it before it became a museum?

    2007-06-01 05:40:30 補充:


    1. There will be an official investigation into last week's accident.

    2. You'll have to get official permission from the head teacher.

    3. Spanish is the country's official language.

    4. His name did not appear in the official report.

    2007-06-01 05:41:47 補充:

    5. The official version is that the whole thing was an accident.

    6. Is the announcement official?


    1. Do you have any pet?

    2. Mark is petting his dog.

    3. She wants to open a pet shop

    2007-06-01 05:42:15 補充:

    4. This apartment is not allow any pet

    5. John is Mrs. Brown's pet

    6. Getting kids to do more sport is one of his pet projects.


    1. The house was infested with rats.

    2. Many disease spread by rats.

    2007-06-01 05:42:43 補充:

    3. I can't back someone who rats on his promises.

    4. He'll go ratting.

    5. He was ratted on and was caught by the police.

    6. A rat crossing the street is chased by all

    2007-06-01 05:43:04 補充:


    1. Do you like rabbit?

    2. I had ever heard about that someone ate rabbit.

    3. Have you ever heard the story about the race between a rabbit and a tortoise?

    2007-06-01 05:43:23 補充:

    4. Would you like to go rabbi ting with me?

    5. Not every rabbit eat carrot.

    6. She feeds a rabbit and the color is black.



    2007-06-01 05:43:50 補充:


    1. This fairy tale is talking about a giant.

    2. He is regarded as a giant of the history.

    3. The Dutch electronics giant Philips.

    4. I bought a giant video screed.

    5. The giants of European soccer.

    6. Shakespeare is a literary giant.

    2007-06-01 05:44:29 補充:


    1. What a smart car!

    2. He is looking very smart today.

    3. If you were smart you'd buy now before prices go up.

    4. They are smart enough to ask all the right questions.

    5. Starting a pension scheme now would be a smart move.

    6. Helen is smart in her uniform.

    2007-06-01 05:45:01 補充:


    1. I enjoy working there everyone is so friendly.

    2. He will be remembered as a kind friendly person.

    3. The local people went out of their way to be friendly towards us.

    2007-06-01 05:45:26 補充:

    4. Janet and I used to be very friendly.

    5. Doctors shouldn't get too friendly with their patients.

    6. There was a friendly rivalry between them.


    1. Sometimes it's so cold I don't even want to leave the house.

    2. I sometimes wonder if all this work is really worth it.

    2007-06-01 05:45:44 補充:

    3. My dad cooks dinner sometimes, but usually my mum does it.

    4. I sometimes read some books.

    5. She comes to visit us sometimes.

    6. It is sometimes warm and sometimes cold.

    2007-06-01 05:45:58 補充:


    1. She's just nipped out for some milk.

    2. Flynn nipped in to score the winning goal.

    3. A crab nipped his toe.

    4. The gardener nipped the leaves off the bush with his fingers.

    5. The wind nipped hard.

    6. The cat gave him a nip.

    2007-06-01 05:46:11 補充:


    1. Tell me how much do you weigh?

    2. The baby weighed 7 pounds when she was born.

    3. Weigh yourself daily and mark your weight on the chart,

    4. They will weigh your package at the post office

    5. Those casts must be weighed against the environmental benefits.

    6. How can you weigh this elephant?

    2007-06-01 05:46:26 補充:


    1. There are two spots on the floor.

    2. He has many spots in his work.

    3. The mud spotted my dress.

    4. There is a sore spot on my head where I bumped it.

    5. We found him sitting in a sunny spot in the garden.

    6. The king himself had stood on this very spot.

    2007-06-01 05:47:12 補充:


    1. The is a chubby baby

    2. Your baby has a cute chubby cheek.

    3. Girls don't like chubby face.

    2007-06-01 05:47:29 補充:


    1. I kissed her on the cheek

    2. I've had enough of your cheek

    3. Her cheek is very red

    4. He has a thick cheek.

    5. Do not cheek me like that.

    6. He had the cheek to suggest that I should be the one to apologize.

    2007-06-01 05:48:02 補充:


    1. Our first priority is putting food in empty bellies.

    2. The duck's white throat and belly

    3. The snake crawls on its belly.

    4. The wind bellied out the sail.

    5. The sail bellied out in the wind.

    6. The belly of a ship

    2007-06-01 05:48:26 補充:


    1. Rub off the skins of the peppers when they have softened.

    2. Scott gently rubbed her back until the pain went away.

    3. He rubbed the dirt off the number plate with his sleeve.

    2007-06-01 05:48:41 補充:

    4. The cat rubbed its cheek against my leg.

    5. Rub your hands together; it will help you to stay warm.

    6. Cindy's new shoes were rubbing and giving her blisters.

    2007-06-01 05:48:54 補充:


    1. The children sat licking ice creams.

    2. Their dog was still licking itself.

    3. The kids were licking honey off their fingers.

    4. The cat was licking at its injured paw.

    5. They would sneak into the kitchen and lick the bowls clean.

    6. A dog licked the saucer clean.

    2007-06-01 05:49:09 補充:

    =Whit the help of=

    I have opened whit the help of some kind people an account at Bank

    =Thank for=

    I really want to thank you for your help.

    =It is..that=

    It is needless to say that she did not like her job.

    = Not...until=

    I did not go home until she also left.

    2007-06-01 05:49:17 補充:

    =For fun=

    We are not going for any special reason, just for fun.

    =Up to =

    It is up to you to decide.

    =How + adj=

    How long have you been studying English?

    =How about / What about=

    How about dinner tonight?

    Source(s): Me & Dictionary, Me & Dictionary
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