1. to point to
2. to think of
3. to look (something) up
4. to take in
5. to make an effort
6. to be interested in
7. to transfer … from … to …
8. contrary to
9. to have …effect on
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
1. The hands of the clock now point to half of three.
2. I think of you all the time.
3. The guard looked us up and down and then let us in.
4. We decided to take in a new member in our club.
5. You need to make an effort to achieve the goal.
6. He is not inerested in studying.
7. I need to transfer $500 from my account to my mother's account.
8. What you are doing is now contrary to your mother's advice.
9. The medicine has a great effect on me.
- 1 decade ago
2.He is still thing of her.
6.I am interested in playing the ball.Source(s): me