I certainly agree with that. 我当然同意。
We ask for the cooperation of all concerned.
arrive at Shanghai on saturday
We will begin with Around the Body exercise.
Nothing but disaster would come from such a plan.
We'll go for a walk if you feel like it.
I've fallen behind with my correspondence.
Be careful not to fall off the ladder.
How long will it take to get to your house?
I'm not getting on very fast with this job.
He got off with a small fine.
We're sorry to hear of your father's death.
Did you hear the knocks at the door?
Don't laugh at him; he's very sensitive.
Look at the mess you've made!
We are in a real fix - there is nobody to look after the baby.
She liked to listen to children talk.
You can look for the book in the library catalogue.
They often quarrel with each other about trifles.
The amount that you have to pay to the National Health Insurance is usually stopped from you wages.
1>.to look into 调查；研究 同义短语：inquire into
1.After what you have said,I shall certainly look into his conduct.
2.They have decided they must look further into the matter.
3.John has promised to look into the matter and give us an answer next week.
4.The police are looking into the past record of the man.
5.He looked into all the accounts and all the securities.
2>.to take hold of 紧握；抓住；获得 同义短语：catch/get/lay hold of
1.He would like to take hold of two tickets for the concert.
2.He took hold of the rope and saved his life.
3.The blind man took hold of my arm, and I led him across the street.
4.The two movers took hold of the opposite ends of the table.
5.You should take hold of the rope until you reach the ground.
3>.to get through 完成
1.Let me use your pen when you get through with it。
2. The test usually takes an hour ，but Joe got through early。
3.The teacher got them through the entrance examination 。
4. What’s time does Mary get through work every day?
5. Don’t get through your studying meeting until the bell rings.
4>.to find fault with 挑剔；批评；吹毛求疵
1.Our boss always finds fault with other’s work.
2. It is very easy to find fault with the work of others.
3. The maid quit because Mr. Brown kept finding fault with her work.
4. She is always finding fault with the work of her secretary.
5. Man is apt to find fault with others.
5>.to keep to 远离；避开 keep from 抑制；忍住
keep out 阻止入内
1.Ford chained the carriage down to a lamppost to keep it from begin stolen.
2.The policemen told the boys to keep off the grass。
3.There was a large sign just outside the door which said,"Danger! Keep out!"
4.I told him to keep out of the place.
5.Keep off! The bus is coming!
6>.to be up to someone 由某人决定
1.It is up to you to get the job done.
2.It is up to the captain to decide when to set sailing.
3.It is up to whrther we go to the reception or not. It's not up to me.
4.It is up to the you whether we should take action or not.
5.It is up to the President to decide how many troops will be sent.
7>. to catch fire 着火
1.Those trees in the forest catch frie when lightning strikes them.
2.Be careful with that match; that straw catches fire easily.
3.Don't stand too close to that stove.Your clothes may catch fire.
4.No one seems to know how the building caught fire.
5.First the curtains caught on fire and then bedclothes.
8>.to call down 谴责；责备
1.Our teacher called Annie down for coming late to school.
2.His supervisor called him down for being habitually late.
3.Don't call Linda down for that mistake.I'm sure that she didn't make it on purpose.
4.Mike was called down by his boss for coming late to work.
5.Bob's mother called him down for walking into kitchen with muddy boots.
9>.to be out of the question 不可能
1.His proposal for bringing water to the city is out of the question.
2.I have so much work to do that a holiday for me this year is out of the question.
3.Germany's demands were out of the question, and England answered by declaring war.
4.It is out of the question to live on this island.
5.It is out of the question for him to lend you so much money.
10>.to keep track of 登记；记录
1.The nurse kept track of the patient's temperature.
2.I'm trying to keep track of the money we're spending.
3.They have to keep track of all our expenses while we are in Tokyo.
4.Do you keep track of the long distance telephone calls,which you make in your office each month?
5.Baseball fans often keep track of every team in the league.
11>. to burn down 烧毁
1.The village was burn down to the ground during the war.
2.The wooden tower was dangerous. I'm glad the owner decied to burn it down.
3.The most glorious city in Asia was burned down to be a fiery ruin.
4.After the sagging barn collapsed, the farmer burned it down.
5.Their home was burned down and they had to build a new one.
12>.to burn up 完全烧毁
1.They burned up all the garden rubbish yesterday afternoon.
2.Joe gathered up all the old newspapers and burned them up.
3.All his book were burned up in the fire.
4.He burned up the letter and threw the ashes into the fireplace.
5.He threw the old letters into the fireplace and burned them up.
13>.to burn out 烧掉；烧断
1.Don’t run the motor too long, or you’ll burn it out.
2.We read in ancient history of the cruel punishment of burning out the eyes.
3.You need some new electric light bulbs. Both of these bulbs are burned out.
4.There are no lights in the house. Perhaps a fuse has burned out.
5. My desk lamp burned out last night.
14>.to blow up 爆炸
1.His rear tire blew up.
2.There were thirty men in the mine when it blew up.
3.Is it possible for the volcano to blow up suddenly?
4.When the torpedo struck the ship, it immediatelu blew up.
5.If a tire blows up while one is driving at high speed, it can be very dangerous.
15>.to break out 突然发生；爆出；爆发
1.He was living in Paris when the war broke out.
2.The newspaper says that an epidemic of influenza has just broken out in this place.
3.The woman broke out in laughter.
4.A fire broke out last night,claiming five lives.
5.Ma skin breaks out if I eat too much chocolate.
16>.to do over 重做
1.The author did that passage over.
2.They are going to do over our apartment in the spring.
3.Please do that exercise over until it is perfect.
4.This letter is so badly written that I think I'd better do it over.
5.He always does his work over and over until it is perfect.
17>.to feel sorry for 同情；怜悯；感到难过
1.All the countrymen felt deeply sorry for the President's death.
2.She felt sorry for his miserable fate.
3.Annie finally felt sorry for the poor boy and gave him some money.
4.I felt sorry for his wife than I do for him.
5.Jane felt sorry for the beggar in the street and gave hin one hundred dollars.
18>.to make good 成功；遂愿
1.He worked hard and finally made good.
2.Alice has always made good in everything.
3.Joe is a hard worker,and Iam sure that he will make good in that new job.
4.I made good my promise to buy him a toy-gun.
5.He is both wise and diligent,so he makes good in everything.
19>.to take...for granted 将...视为理所当然
1.Don't take it for granted that your parents will excuse you.
2.He simply took it for granted that the check was good.
3.He spoke English so well that Itook it for granted that he was American.
4.Excuse me for not introducing you to Peter.I took it for granted that you two knew each other.
5.We shouldn't take it for granted that our partens will take care of us forever.
20>.something the matter 有问题；有毛病
1.Nothing the matter(with her).
2.My new radie has something the matter.
3.The dentist said that there's something the matter with my teeth.
4.I hope there's nothing the matter with your father.
5.Is there something the matter with you?
21>. to stand to reason 理所当然
1.It stands to reason that a man with his experience should expect to be will paid.
2.It stands to reason that I should decline the offer.
3.He'll never know if nobody tells him. That stands to reason.
4.It stands to reason that if he never prepares his lessond he can not make good progress.
5.As our boss made only a small profit this year,it stands to reason that we won't get very big bonuses.
22>.to take into account 考虑
1.The teacher would take into account the request of the students.
2.You have to take the fast into account.
3. The children didn't take into account the result of what they had done.
4.In sentencing the criminal.the judge took into account the fact that it was his first offense.
5.We must take this matter into account.
23>. to take pity on 同情；可怜
1. Jenny took pity on him and lent him some money.
2.Do take pity on me,please; help me in the trouble.
3.The princess took pity on the poor and gave them some food and money.
4.The prodigal son is not a man worth taking pity on.
5.Who is there but takes pity on this poor motherless little girl.
24>.to give up 投降；放弃
1.He has given up farming and gone to the city to live.
2.Eric never gave up hopes.
3.David gave up his position because it was too confining.
4.He tried to give up drinking but in vain.
5.The boy gave up his seat to the old woman.
25>. to make clear 解释；使明了
1.I made clear to him that should be responsible for this accident.
2.Mike's explanation made the problem clear to me.
3.My teacher made clear my mistake.
4.The teacher made clear every sentence, which we did not understand.
5.Stage fright made clear for her bad performance.
26>.to take a look at 注视；瞧一瞧
1.Those movie-fans always wish to take a look at the stars they admire.
2.James took one look at Jessica and began to laugh.
3.Don't take such a look at me.=Don't look at me in the way.
4.Your house has a European look.
5.It was always my wish to take a look at Israel.
27>. to come to 苏醒
1.It was a long time before she came to.
2.The fainted woman didn't come to and was sent to the hospital.
3.How did you come to learn where May is living?
4.You bill comes to 500.
5.How did you come to Beijing?
28>.to call for 去接；去拿
1.We'll call for you at about ten o'clock.
2.The baby was in a high fever and the mother called for a doctor.
3.There is a sign which says,"We Call For and Deliver."
4.The work calls for a man who has had experience.
5.The messenger will call for your reply in the morning.
29>.to turn out 变成；逐出；赶走
1.It has turned out just as I wished.
2.It turned out to be a nice day.
3.Turn out your cards,please.
4.After six months of hard training,Henry turned out to be the best baskerball player of our school at last.
5.Sara has turned out to be the best student in our class.
30>.to cross out 删除
1.Iris crossed out all the misspelled words and wrongly used prepositions.
2.The teacher crossed out several incorrect words in Helen's composition.
3.I crossed out three of the words.
4.I crossed it out because it was repetitious.
5.Why did you cross out the last line of your letter?