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Lesson 126 Write
1.When are you going to write to your grandfather?
2.She has written her first novel.
3.Please write to me as soon as you arrive there.
4.She often writes to Jim in English.
5.Please write it in black ink.
6.He writes to me every month.
7.She write to me once in a while.
8.She is writing her report now.
Lesson 127 Top
1. We reached the top of the mountain at noon.
2. We are disappointed from top to bottom.
3. The national flag is flying at the top of the mountain.
4. Put your exercise book on top of others.
5. He shouted at the top of his voice.
6. This building tops all the others in the city.
7. The mountain tops are covered with snow.
8. Who is the top man there?
Lesson 128 Last
1. His last days were spent in hospital.
2. There's enough food to last for two weeks.
3. He is the last person to tell a lie.
4. How long do you think this fine weather will last?
5. This is the latest product in our shop.
6. In English, the family name comes last.
7. At last I knew the meaning of life.
8. This is our last bottle of beer.
Lesson 129 In This Way
1. In this way you can improve your oral English.
2. How can you treat your grandmother in this way?
3. She finished her young life in this way.

4. She likes staring at the stars in the sky in this way.
5. Can we make any progress in this way?
6. In this way you can get rid of the bad habit.
7. You can make friends with many people in this way.
8. Why are you always treating your friends in this way?
Lesson 130  Remember
1. This is a day to be remembered.
2. I remember telling you that.
3. I remember I was always very jealous of your achievement.
4. I remember you playing the piano beautifully.
5. I can't remember his name.
6. Do you remember where you put the key?
7. Remember to lock the door.
8. I remember your mother was a slim young girl.
Lesson 131  Face up to
1. You must face up to life.
2. There're many dangers you have to face up to.
3. He dare not face up to the reality.
4. These are what you'll have to face up to.
5. You must face up to the trouble that you've made.
6. He won't face up to the truth that he's old.
7. You should learn to face up to difficulties.
8. You have to face up to your mistake.
Lesson 132  Belong
1. These books belong to you.
2. This lid belongs to that jar.
3. This building belongs to my company.
4. He doesn't belong in the beginners' class.
5. Who does this belong to?
6. The vase belongs on that shelf.
7. A telephone belongs in every home.
8. He doesn't feel he belongs here.
Lesson 133  Time
1. How quickly time passed!
2. Time is the most precious thing in our lives.
3. Time has not been kind to her looks.
4. Time heals all wounds.
5. Times aren't what they were.
6. That will take some time.
7. Time is up.
8. I failed CET6 three times.
Lesson 134  Worth
1. The book is worth reading.
2. His house is worth about RMB1,000,000.
3. He is worth many millions of dollars.
4. It's not worth losing your temper.
5. It's not worth anything.
6. What is the worth of this picture?
7. I bought ten dollars worth of food.
8. You should read books of real worth.
Lesson 135  Used to
1. I used to go on-line in the evening.
2. He used to live in the country.
3. There used to be many trees here.
4. Life here is much easier than it used to be.
5. If only you'd be as you used to be!
6. The earth used to be considered the center of the cosmos.
7. I used to write poetry when I was at school.
8. Did you use to be a soldier?
Lesson 136  Turn out
1. Remember to turn out the light before you go to bed.
2. It was cloudy this morning, but it turned out fine.
3. A vast crowd turned out to watch the match.
4. The schools has turned out some first-class scholars.
5. My landlord is turning me out at the end of the month.
6. The job turned out to be harder than we thought.
7. How did the interview turn out?
8. I hope all turns out well for you.
Lesson 137  Put off
1. I'm afraid we'll have to put off the match.
2. Never put off today's work till tomorrow.
3. Please put me off near the town center.
4. She put me off with the excuse that she had too much work to do.
5. His manner tends to put people off.
6. Don't put me off when I'm trying to concentrate.
7. The accident put me off driving for life.
8. Please put the light off before you leave.
Lesson 138  Regular
1. You must have a regular diet.
2. She is a girl with a regular figure.
3. You are one of our regulars.
4. He has no regular work.
5. I will apply for the job through the regular channels.
6. This is an irregular mess.
7. I'm not a regular lawyer.
8. This is a regular sixteenth-century church.
Lesson 139  See to
1. I hope you'll see to the matter.
2. I have a lot of things to see to on Sunday.
3. Please see to it that you're not late again.
4. Could you see to the arrangements for the next meeting?
5. This machine isn't working; get a mechanic to see to it.
6. See to it that you're ready on time!
7. I'll see to it that I won't be any inconvenience to you.
8. I asked the neighbor to see to my dog.
Lesson 140  Count on
1. You can't count on the weather being fine.
2. Don't count on a salary increase this year.
3. If there's anything I can do, you can count on me!
4. We count on tourism being the major source of income.
5. You can count on me doing my best.
6. I was counting on seeing him the day after tomorrow.
7. I was counting on selling only 5000 copies.
8. I counted on having it finshed by October.
Lesson 141  In Order to
1. I worked in that vacation in order to make some money.
2. I arrive early in order to get a good seat.
3. I do this in order not to be scolded.
4. I did it in order to spend my holiday at home.
5. I take the part-time job in order to learn more about society.
6. In order to pay for it, I'll have to save as much as possible.
7. We must speed up in order to not be caught in the rain.
8. I work hard in order to live a happy life.
Lesson 142  In Spite of
1. In spite of the rain, I'll go.
2. In spite of some mistakes, it's a good essay.
3. In spite of all efforts, he failed.
4. In spite of his rudeness, he is actually kind-hearted.
5. In spite of the noise, he slept like a log.
6. In spite of all the difficulties, we should look on the bright side.
7. In spite of his silence, he is a thoughtful man.
8. In spite of its back wardness, it's a place of peace and quiet.
Lesson 143  Slip
1. She slipped on the ice and broke her leg.
2. The razor slipped and cut my cheek.
3. The years slipped by.
4. I didn't mean to say that; it just slipped out.
5. It had slipped my mind that you were arriving today.
6. Don't let such an opportunity slip by.
7. I slipped up and gave you the wrong phone number.
8. The condition of the dog is slipping.
Lesson 144  A Bit
1. These trousers are a bit tight.
2. I'm feeling a bit cold.
3. The cap is a bit small.
4. I'm afraid it's a bit overweight.
5. Wait a bit.
6. I will give you a bit of advice.
7. I'm a bit tired tonight.
8. The story sounds a bit strange.
Lesson 145  Fight
1. We fought for peace.
2. The workers fought for their rights.
3. Have you fought with your classmate?
4. The two dogs are fighting over a bone.
5. What are they fighting about?
6. She fought back her tears.
7. They are fighting with snowballs.
8. She fights like a tiger to get what she wants.
Lesson 146  Serious
1. Please be serious now.
2. I think this is a serious point.
3. It's a very serious matter.
4. I want to have a serious talk with you.
5. It's nothing serious.
6. Why do you look so serious?
7. Are you really serious about him?
8. The mistake is not very serious.
Lesson 147  Cost
1. The meal cost us 3,000 yuan.
2. The work cost me a whole morning.
3. These cups are sold under cost.
4. The coat costs too much.
5. Dangerous driving could cost you your life.
6. It cost her ten years of hard work.
7. She built the house without regard for the cost.
8. Carelessness costs us dearly at times.
Lesson 148  Copy
1. You must have copied the answers to these questions.
2. He was punished for copying.
3. I do not want to copy his experience.
4. The little boy copied his father's way of walking.
5. Please copy my actions.
6. Copy these words into your notebook.
7. You should copy her good points.
8. I'm busy copying the papers.
Lesson 149  Trouble
1. No one can expect to live a life entirely free from troubles.
2. My teeth are giving me trouble, so I don't want to eat.
3. My car's engine has trouble.
4. Don't put our parents into trouble.
5. She always helped me when I was in trouble.
6. It was asking for trouble.
7. I have some trouble in reading his letter.
8. She's always making trouble for us.
Lesson 150  At All
1. There is nothing to worry about at all.
2. I don't smoke at all.
3. I don't like him at all.
4. There is nothing at all to eat.
5. It won't do any harm to you at all.
6. I don't know anything about them at all.
7. I don't like dogs at all.
8. I am not good at long-distance running at all.

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