1. to cope with
2. as well as
3. instead of
4. to give up
5. even though
6. to recover from
7. to put stress on
8. rather than
11. to seem to
22. in addition
33. up to
44. to look after
55. away from
66. to participate in
77. to be tired of
- ManhattanLv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
1) It is difficult for anyone to have to cope with a death in the family.
2) I'm interested in art as well as history.
3) Instead of going to Boston, we will be headed to New York for vacation this year.
4) My sister doesn't like to give up on anything.
5) Even though I didn't like John, I went out on a date with him anyway.
6) I will be staying home all day to recover from a night of wild partying.
7) The recent bombings are putting stress on emergency rooms in the area.
8) Rather than layoffs, my company is aiming to cut production costs in order to weather the recent economic crisis.
11) You don't want to seem to be too desperate when you first meet a guy.
22) I will be working on a freelance project in addition to the work I'm already doing for my full-time job.
33) It can take up to 3 hours to get to San Francisco from Berkeley.
44) My friend Mary is going away for a few weeks so I have to look after her cat.
55) Sometimes it's nice to get away from the city and enjoy a peaceful weekend in the countryside.
66) It's important for students to participate in a variety of after-school activities.
77) Eventually people are going to be tired of all the back-stabbing and bickering in politics.