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No-book傻瓜机英语口语初级版lesson 151-lesson 175

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Lesson 151  Lie
1. He lied to me.
2. He told a white lie.
3. Why did you tell me a lie?
4. The doctor advised me to lie up for a week.
5. Go and lie down for a while.
6. I have lain awake all night thinking about the problems.
7. The difficulty lies in their great poverty.
8. The book is lying on your table.
Lesson 152  Forget
1. I haven't forgotten anything.
2. Don't forget to buy me some fruits.
3. Did you forget that I was coming?
4. I have forgotten where he lives.
5. I'll never forget your kindness.
6. Don't forget we're going to the cinema tonight.
7. Forget it.
8. I forget the film star's name.
Lesson 153  Happen
1. I happen to have no money with me.
2. What's happening?
3. Something may happen.
4. I can't see that happening.
5. What happened next?
6. What's happened to my documents?
7. I happened to be out when you called.
8. What has happened to you?
Lesson 154  Rest
1. I must have a rest for a while.
2. I usually rest on Sundays.
3. How will we kill the rest of the time?
4. Saturday and Sunday are my rest days.
5. The poor man is now at rest.
6. The ladder rests against the wall.
7. I shall not rest until the matter is settled.
8. The plan rests on your cooperation.
Lesson 155  Never
1. He never breaks his word.
2. I have never read it.
3. Never mind.
4. Never judge from appearances.
5. I have never been there.
6. I will never believe in a man like him.
7. I shall never stay at that hotel again.
8. She never goes on-line.
Lesson 156  Difficult
1. She is difficult to get on well with.
2. Nothing is difficult to a man of strong will.
3. It is difficult for me to finish it today.
4. He is a difficult child.
5. It is difficult to get a chance like this.
6. The job is too difficult for me to do.
7. Don't be difficult; just lend me the money.
8. The words are difficult to see clearly.
Lesson 157  Borrow
1. I want to borrow some material from you.
2. Could I borrow yours?
3. It shows that the word is borrowed from French.
4. I borrowed it from the library.
5. I want to borrow some books from her.
6. May I borrow your bag?
7. Some people are good at borrowing but bad at giving back.
8. He has borrowed a car and will drive us there.
Lesson 158  Strict
1. He is strict with us.
2. Our boss is very strict with us.
3. She is very strict with herself.
4. They are very strict in their work.
5. You ought to be stricter with him.
6. My mother is strict in her housework.
7. This work requires strict measurement.
8. He told me the plan in strict confidence.
Lesson 159  From Now on
1. I will study English from now on.
2. I'll learn to play basketball from now on.
3. I have decided to give up smoking from now on.
4. From now on we shall work together.
5. Please be more careful from now on.
6. I will try to be an excellent student from now on.
7. From now on you're my teacher.
8. From now on I will do my best to help the poor children.
Lesson 160  On Time
1. Come to school on time tomorrow morning.
2. Be sure to return it on time.
3. Be sure to go see the doctor on time.
4. You rarely go to work on time.
5. If the train was on time, it would arrive at three o'clock.
6. She is always on time for an appointment.
7. I decided to buy a house on time.
8. I bought the car on time.
Lesson 161  Put Up
1. We put up for the night at a farmhouse.
2. Every morning my mother put up breakfast for me.
3. He put up a lot of money for the art gallery.
4. They put up a play at the evening party.
5. Another supermarket will be put up soon.
6. Put up your hand if you have any questions.
7. She always puts her hair up.
8. The landlady put up the rent by 50 yuan a month.
Lesson 162  A Number of
1. I have been here quite a number of years.
2. A number of books are missing from the library.
3. I have a number of reasons to do so.
4. We have to employ a number of people to pick apples for us.
5. The surface of the earth is made up of a number of different plates.
6. A number of workers were fired.
7. A number of problems have arisen.
8. A large number of people have finished their work.
Lesson 163  Stay Up
1. A weak building won't stay up in an earthquake.
2. The life-jacket will help you stay up.
3. Her temperature stayed up all day.
4. Don't stay up reading the novel until midnight.
5. My trousers only stay up if I wear a belt.
6. The poster only stayed up a few hours before it was stolen.
7. She promised our son he could stay up for that TV programme.
8. Christmas decorations will stay up until the sixth of January.
Lesson 164  Make into
1. In Many parts of the world corn is made into powder.
2. Do you know how to make milk into buter and cheese?
3. She made the material into a dress.
4. I am going to made the story into a play.
5. Bamboo can be made into paper, too.
6. I will made my hometown into a modern city.
7. He made the bamboo into a fishing pole.
8. The cinema has been made into a restaurant.
Lesson 165  Decision
1. I hope that we can make a decision today.
2. I haven't made a decision yet.
3. You have made a wise decision.
4. This is the final decision.
5. You should be a man of decision.
6. We all agree to be decision.
7. It's a matter for personal decision.
8. Her decision to resign surprised us all.
Lesson 166  Go Up
1. I think the price might go up next week.
2. The balloons were going up will they disappeared.
3. Unemployment has gone up again.
4. I go up and down by elevator every day.
5. She went up and said "sorry" to me.
6. Go up to your bedroom.
7. We're going up to Beijing next weekend.
8. The whole building went up in flames.
Lesson 167  At One Time
1. At one time I used to go swimming in summer.
2. At one time a famous poet lived in this house.
3. At one time most drivers were men.
4. At one time we met frequently in the library.
5. At one time I practiced playing the piano in the afternoon.
6. At one time this was a beautiful park.
7. At one time he used to go mountain climbing every autumn.
8. At one time I taught English at a school.
Lesson 168  Take Part in
1. Who will take part in today's meeting?
2. I don't want to take part in the football team.
3. I'm so busy that I can't take part in the discussion.
4. How many countries will take part in the World Cup?
5. She had taken an important part in this company.
6. Did you take part in the fighting?
7. He took a leading part in the strike.
8. He refused to take part in our club.
Lesson 169  Refer to
1. The speaker often referred to his notes.
2. Don't refer to this matter again, please.
3. He referred his wealth to his own hard work.
4. I have no idea what she referred to.
5. Don't refer to your sister as a silly cow!
6. Please refer to the dictionary for the spelling of this word.
7. Don't refer to me in your conversation.
8. The doctor referred me to a specialist.
Lesson 170  Clear Up
1. Who will clear up the campus?
2. I've lots of work to clear up at this weekend.
3. Maybe we can clear up your problem.
4. The difficulty has been cleared up.
5. You can't go until all the littler has been cleared up.
6. The weather has cleared up. We can go out.
7. The book has cleared up many difficulties for me.
8. I'm clearning up my room now.
Lesson 171  Spend
1. How do you spend your spare time?
2. I've spent all my energy on this.
3. How much time did you spend preparing for the dinner?
4. I'll spend a week repairing the machine.
5. Don't spend too much time watching TV in the evening.
6. I often spend a lot of money on books.
7. She spends a lot of money on clothes.
8. How much money do you often spend on food each week?
Lesson 172  As... As Possible
1. We will mend the car as soon as possible.
2. The director asked me to run as fast as possible.
3. We shall produce as many cars as possible.
4. We will do our work as well as possible.
5. You should try to jump as high as possible.
6. Please keep the hall as clean as possible.
7. You should communicate with your parents as often as possible.
8. Please read it as slowly as possible.
Lesson 173  Have a Look
1. Can I have a look at your new car?
2. May I have a look at it?
3. Don't have a look.
4. Would you like to have a look at your birthday gifts?
5. You can have a look at the picture and then tell me what's on it.
6. He had a look at me and left.
7. Will you have a look at my ankle?
8. Have a look at this letter.
Lesson 174  At Least
1. We need at least two weeks to finish the work.
2. You need at least ten thousand yuan.
3. The trip will take five days at least.
4. You might at least say "sorry" to him.
5. He should at least write a letter to me.
6. At least 1000 students will come here today.
7. It costs at least five pounds.
8. He is at least as tall as you.
Lesson 175  Fun
1. It's not right to make fun of a cripple.
2. We made fun of her because she wore a strange hat.
3. Don't make fun of others when they make some mistakes.
4. She's very lively and full of fun.
5. His illness takes all the fun out of his life.
6. There is no fun in spending the evening doing nothing.
7. I only said it in fun -- I didn't really mean it.
8. We have fun going shopping.

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