Lesson 176 Think of
1. She is thinking of buying a piano for our daughter.
2. I just can't think of their names.
3. What do you think of the idea?
4. He is always thinking of others.
5. Readers think highly of this novel.
6. Just think of the cost!
7. Are you really thinking of marrying Jim?
8. Who first thought of the idea?
Lesson 177 No Longer
1. He no longer works in the factory.
2. I no longer like popular music.
3. The old man is no longer alive.
4. I will no longer write about love stories.
5. I no longer find it hard to talk in English.
6. He no longer likes playing cards.
7. He has bought a car and so he no longer rides a bike.
8. My friends are no longer living here.
Lesson 178 Neither... Nor
1. The soil must be neither too wet nor too dry.
2. He neither knows nor cares what happened.
3. Neither she nor you are wrong.
4. He neither drinks nor smokes.
5. Neither he nor I can swim.
6. It's neither hot nor cold today.
7. Neither she nor her parents were at home.
8. The hotel is neither spacious nor comfortable.
Lesson 179 True
1. Is it true you are getting married?
2. He is true to his word.
3. The film is very true to life.
4. Once he achieved power, he showed his truth.
5. The door is out of true.
6. It's like a dream come true.
7. True to form, he arrived late.
8. True friendship lasts forever.
Lesson 180 Not Only... But Also
1. Not only was my mother unhappy, bus also my wife.
2. She is not only a dancer but also a singer.
3. He not only reads more, but also writes more.
4. Not only you but also I am going to the summer camp.
5. We invited not only old friends but also some new friends.
6. He is famous not only in China but also in the world.
7. Not only she but also her parents have come.
8. Not only can he repair bikes but also repair TV sets.
Lesson 181 None of
1. None of the guests want to stay.
2. None of them have broken the news.
3. None of them have come back yet.
4. I like none of the books.
5. None of this money is mine.
6. None of these buses goes to the village.
7. He has none of his brother's selfishness.
8. None of us like her.
Lesson 182 Lend
1. I can lend my bike to you.
2. Could you lend that book to me?
3. The flags lent color to the street.
4. He lent me a hand with the heavy box yesterday.
5. This music doesn't lend itself to dancing.
6. I refuse to lend myself to such a stupid plan.
7. We have lent out the car to our friends.
8. A little garlic lends flavor to a sauce.
Lesson 183 Miss
1. I miss you very much.
2. When did you miss your wallet?
3. You missed my meaning.
4. I am afriad that you will miss a lot of your lessons.
5. They typist has missed a word.
6. If you go early, you'll miss the rush-hour traffic.
7. I missed the boat when I decided to buy the car.
8. A falling stone just missed my head.
Lesson 184 Kind
1. What kind of man is he?
2. I'm getting kind of hungry.
3. It was nothing of the kind.
4. I don't like people of that kind.
5. They are all of a kind.
6. He is a football player of a kind.
7. She always has a kind word for everyone.
8. Would you be kind enough to help me?
Lesson 185 In Time
1. I was just in time for the last bus.
2. A taxi will take you there in time.
3. You should have seen the doctor in time.
4. Can the work be finished in time?
5. You didn't play your piano piece in time.
6. In time he'll see what is right.
7. The mark on your face will disappear in time.
8. You'll get used to it in time.
Lesson 186 Pay for
1. I only paid 200 yuan for it.
2. I'll pay for the dinner.
3. I paid 80,000 yuan for the car.
4. The bunch of flowers is paid for.
5. You'll pay for it some day.
6. I will pay for the record.
7. I will let him pay for his rudeness!
8. The home team paid for their defensive errors.
Lesson 187 Best
1. This is the best dinner I've ever had.
2. He is the best man for the job.
3. When we were married he was the best man.
4. The garden is at its best this month.
5. To the best of my memory he always had a beard.
6. I did my best to stop her.
7. Which side had the best of it?
8. I comforted her as best I could.
Lesson 188 Tie
1. The firm has ties with an American corporation.
2. He is wearing a white shirt and a red tie.
3. Family ties kept me from success.
4. The game ended in a tie.
5. Children tied her down.
6. Could you tie this apron round me?
7. This evidence ties in with what we have already known.
8. The accident tied up traffic for hours.
Lesson 189 Towards
1. I'll use the money towards buying books.
2. She is running towards me.
3. She turned her back towards the sun.
4. We have made some progress towards reaching an agreement.
5. The local people are always very friendly towards tourists.
6. He behaved very rudely towards his children.
7. THe money will go towards building a new school.
8. I can not feel angry towards my boyfriend.
Lesson 190 Produce
1. That factory mainly produces cars.
2. The silk worms produce well.
3. Produce your tickets, please.
4. He produced a bird from his pocket.
5. We produced a new play last night.
6. I have produced very little work recently.
7. I have a store where I sell my own produce.
8. His jokes produced a great deal of laughter.
Lesson 191 Surprise
1. To our surprise, he succeeded.
2. I'm very surprised to see you here.
3. The gift came as a complete surprise to me.
4. I was surprised at the news.
5. It's nothing to be surprised about.
6. Her sudden resignation took us all by surprise.
7. I paid them a surprise visit.
8. I came home early and surprised the burglar.
Lesson 192 Sign
1. She gave us a sign to leave the room.
2. There are no signs of life in the house.
3. The painting isn't signed, so we don't know who it's by.
4. Words are the signs of ideas.
5. She has signed her house over to her daughter.
6. He wants to sign up for the contest.
7. The factory signed on fifty more workers last week.
8. Every girl must sign in when she comes back.
Lesson 193 Take on
1. The fashion of skirt didn't take on for some time.
2. Don't take on so!
3. The driver refused to take on more passengers.
4. Her eyes took on a hurt expression.
5. Will you take me on for a game of chess?
6. She takes on greater responsibilities when she is promoted.
7. He decided to take on the job.
8. The whole city takes on a holidy appearance.
Lesson 194 Point
1. You missed the point of the story.
2. Get back to the point.
3. Do you have a pencial with a sharper point?
4. The ship has rounded the point.
5. I suppose wine has its good points, but I prefer beer.
6. In point of fact he has no money.
7. I was at the point of going to bed when he rang.
Lesson 195 Look Up
1. Do look me up the next time you're in Beijing.
2. The weather is looking up.
3. Life is looking up now.
4. I want to look up my teacher.
5. You can look it up in the dictionary.
6. Look up the time of the next train in the timetable.
7. Everything will look up.
8. I shall look up the book you spoke of today.
Lesson 196 Keep up
1. I do hope I'm not keeping you up.
2. You are all doing a splendid job; keep up the good work.
3. I can't keep up with you.
4. The good news keeps our spirits up.
5. He is too poor to keep up his house.
6. It's too difficult to keep up.
7. I'm trying to keep up.
8. Do you still keep up with your old friends?
Lesson 197 Light
1. Let's have some light music.
2. Let's have a light topic for a change.
3. I prefer light food.
4. George Washington is a light of history.
5. Please turn on the light some that the room is brighter.
6. His face lit up with the news .
7. Light colors suit you best.
8. I have seen the problem in a new light.
Lesson 198 For All
1. He is a good person for all that.
2. For all his wealth, he is unhappy.
3. For all they say, I think she is the best girl in the world.
4. For all our efforts, we didn't succeed.
5. For all his wealth and fame, he's a very lonely man.
6. I would not move for all the world.
7. Your friend might have left for America for all I know.
8. You can tell my wife, for all I care.
Lesson 199 Matter
1. I want to speak to the manager in the matter of my salary.
2. You shouldn't talk like that to our mother for that matter.
3. My attempts to calm it down only made matters worse.
4. What's the matter with you?
5. I'll be back in a matter of a few minutes.
6. What does that matter?
7. As a matter of fact, I finished it yesterday.
8. Losing all your money is no laughing matter.
Lesson 200 Way
1. The change is improvement in one way.
2. I don't like his ways at all.
3. By the way, have you seen john lately?
4. I'll buy some bread on my way home.
5. She has two children with another one on the way.
6. This will go a long way in overcoming the difficulty.
7. You should have no way done this.
8. You can't always have your own way.