- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
1.I don't believe a single word he says.
2. a. 讓...離開;把...打發走[(+from)]
He was dismissed from the hospital a week later.
The teacher dismissed the class on time.
He was dismissed from his job.
She dismissed the idea of going to Paris.
The judge dismissed the case for lack of evidence.
3.All three men were hot, dirty, and exhausted.
2009-08-24 17:10:37 補充：
4.The amount of rain affects the growth of crops.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
I totally believe in what he had said.
She is dismissed from jury duty on last Friday.
I feel exhausted after an entire day’s work.
4. Smoking will affects the health of an individual.
2009-08-25 04:28:04 補充：
It should be:
2. She had been dismissed from jury duty on last Friday.
4. Smoking really affects the health of an individual.
- 1 decade ago
Ultimately, we believe that the same considerations that we apply to other digital products should be used here.
I believe it to have been a mistake.
We believe in his ability.
I don't believe a single word he says.
The boss threatened to dismiss him from his job, but it's all a bluff.
At first she threatened to dismiss us all, but later she relented.
Book and newspaper dismiss inside the room to be everywhere.
But that three-day combination of events had left him exhausted and melancholy.
The burning continues until the fuel is exhausted.
He was perfectly exhausted and they were careful not to rouse him.
The climate affected his health.
He was much affected by the sad news.
- 1 decade ago
1. I BELIEVE I can fly~~~
2009-08-24 17:13:08 補充：
2. Today is the last lesson of school, I am waiting class DISMISS