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英语习语:初级--LESSON 3

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文章摘要: 本文内容来自【英语基本习语】ESSENTIAL IDIOMS IN ENGLISH,全书收录了各种流行经典英语学习方法,此为初级习语LESSON 3的内容。

to pick out: to choose, to select (S)

◆Ann picked out a good book to give to her brother as a graduation gift.

◆Johnny, if you want me to buy you a toy, then pick one out now.

to take one's time: to do without rush, not to hurry

This idiom is often used in the imperative form. (See the first example)

◆There's no need to hurry doing those exercises. Take your time.

◆William never works rapidly. He always takes his time in every thing that he does.

to talk over: to discuss or consider a situation with others (S)

◆We talked over Carla's plan to install an air conditioner in the room, but we couldn't reach a decision.

◆Before I accepted the new job offer, I talked the matter over with my life.

to life down: to place oneself in a flat position, to recline

◆If you are tired, why don't you lie down for an hour or so?

◆The doctor says that Grace must lie down and rest for a short time every afternoon.

to stand up: to rise from a sitting or lying position (also: to get up)

◆When the president entered the room, everyone stood up.

◆Suzy, stop rolling around on the floor; get up now.

to sit down: to be seated (also: take a seat)

◆We sat down on the park bench and watched the children play.

◆There aren't any more chairs, but you can take a seat on the floor.

all (day, week, month, year) long: the entire day, week, month, year

◆I've been working on my income tax forms all day long. I've hardly had time to eat.

◆It's been raining all week long. We haven't seen the sun since last Monday.

by oneself: alone, without assistance

◆Francis translated that French novel by himself. No one helped him.

◆Paula likes to walk through the woods by herself, but her brother prefers to walk with a companion.

on purpose: for a reason, deliberately

This idiom is usually used when someone does something wrong or unfair.

◆Do you think that she didn't come to the meeting on purpose?

◆It was no accident that he broke my glasses. He did it on purpose.

to get along with: to associate or work well with; to succeed or manage in doing (also: to get on with)

◆Terry isn't getting along with her new roommate; they argue constantly.

◆How are you getting on with your students?

to make a difference (to): to be of importance (to), to affect

This idiom is often used with adjectives to show the degree of importance.

◆It makes a big difference to me whether he likes the food I serve.

◆Does it make any difference to you where we go for dinner?

◆No, it doesn't make any difference.

◆It makes no difference to Lisa either.

to take out: to remove, to extract (S); to go on a date with (S) (also to go out with)

◆Student, take out your books and open them to page twelve.

◆Did you take Sue out last night?

◆No, she couldn't go out with me.

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