發布時間：2020-03-16 17:19:52 編輯：西安英泰
1. be fond of “喜愛，愛好” 接名詞、代詞或動詞的-ing形式
 He’s fond of swimming. 他喜歡游泳。
 Are you fond of fresh vegetables. 你喜歡新鮮蔬菜嗎?
 He is fond of his research work. 他喜愛他的研究工作。
2. hunt for = look for 尋找
兩個詞組都可引導不定式作目的狀語, in order to可放于句首, so as to則不能, 其否定形式為in order not to / so as not to.
 He went to Beijing in order to/so as to attend an important meeting.
 In order to be noticed, he shouted and waved to us.
She doesn’t care about money.她不喜歡錢。
She thinks only of herself. She doesn’t care about other people. 她只考慮自己。不關心別人。
These young people care nothing about what old people might say. 這些年輕人根本不在乎老人說的話。
5. such as 意為“諸如……”，“像……”，是用來列舉人或事物的。
She teaches three subjects, such as physics and chemistry. 她教三門科目,像物理、化學。
6. drop a line 留下便條, 寫封短信
7. make yourself at home 別客氣；隨便；無拘束
If you get to my house before I do, help yourself to a drink and make yourself at home.
 I'll be late home, don't stay up for me.
 He stayed up reading until 2:00 in the morning.
 How did the accident come about?
 They didn't know how the change had come about.
 except 與 except for 的用法常有區別。except 多用于引起同類事物中被排除的一項。如：
①He answered all the questions except the last one.
②We go there everyday except Sunday.
 except for 用于引述細節以修正句子的主要意思。如：
①Except for oneold lady, the bus was empty.
②Your picture isgood except for the colours.
 但在現代英語中，except for也用于表示except的意思。如上述第一個例子可以是：
He answered all the questions except for the last one.
 另外，在介詞短語之前只能用except，不能用except for。
We go to bed before ten, except in the summer.
11. end up with 以……告終；以……結束
The party ended up with an English song.聚會以一首英文歌結束。
12. more or less 幾乎；差不多；大約；大概；大體上
 I've more or less succeeded, but they haven't.
 Our living condition has more or less improved.
 We should bring in new technology.
 He brings in 800 dollars a month.
 The thieves got away from the shop with all our money.
 I caught a really big fish but it got away.
 Watch out! There is a car coming.
 Watch out for the hole in the road.
Tomorrow I will see my friend off at the railway station.
17. on the other hand 另一方面; 用以引出相互矛盾的觀點、意見等，常說 on the one hand …… on the other hand 一方面……另一方面。
I know this job of mine isn't well paid, but on the other hand I don't have to work long hours.
He is a talented musician as well as being a photographer.
take one’s place 入座、站好位置、取得地位
take sb’s place 或 take the place of 代替、取代
20. on fire 相當于burning, 意為“燃燒；著火；起火”，有靜態的含意。catch fire有動態的含意。
set…on fire/set fire to…用來表示“使……著火”、“放火燒……”。
Look, the theatre is on fire! Let’s go and help.瞧，劇院著火了，咱們去幫忙救火吧。
When I was on holiday, I visited my uncle.
He took off his wet shoes.他脫下了濕鞋子。
The plane took off on time. It was a smooth take-off.飛機準時起飛。起飛非常順利。
The six men got into the car and took off for the park.這六個人上了車，匆匆離開去公園。
24. go wrong v. 走錯路, 誤入岐途, (機器等)發生故障
27. look up 查詢（如賓語為代詞，則代詞放中間）
Look up the word in the dictionary. 在字典里查單詞。
相關詞組：look for 尋找；look after照顧，照料；look forward to期待；look into調查；look on旁觀；look out注意；look out for注意，留心，提防；look over翻閱，查看，檢查；look around環視；look through翻閱，查看。
If you run after two hares, you will catch neither.同時追兩只兔子，你一只也抓不到。
 We will be on the air in five minutes.我們五分鐘以后開始廣播。
 This programme comes on the air at the same time every day.這個節目每天在同一時間播出。
30. think highly/well/much of對……評價很高, 贊賞, 對……印象好;
think badly/nothing/little/lowly of……認為不好, 對……不在意, 不贊成, 覺得……不怎么樣
 He was highly thought of by the manager.經理對他非常贊賞。
 I think well of your suggestion.我覺得你的建議很好。
 I don’t think much of him as a teacher.我覺得他作為一個老師不怎么樣。
You made a mistake—You’ve left out a letter “t”.你出錯了—你漏掉了一個字母t.
I haven’t changed or left out athing.我沒有作出變動也沒有刪掉任何東西。
32. stare at （由于好奇、激動等張著嘴巴，睜大眼睛地）
Don’t stare at foreigners. It’s impolite.不要盯著外國人看，這樣不禮貌。
 glare at （to stare angrily at）怒視著
33. make jokes about 就……說笑
They make jokes about my old hat.他們就我的舊帽子說笑我。
 have a joke with … about…跟某人開關于某事的玩笑
He stopped to have a joke with me.他停下來跟我開玩笑。
 play a joke on…開某人的玩笑
We played jokes on each other. 我們互相開玩笑。
They joked about my broken English.他們取笑我蹩腳的英。
 What is good and still useful should be taken over.好的有用的東西應當繼承。
 Our chairman has left, so Jack will take over (his job).我們的主席走了，因此杰克將接管（他的工作）。
①Chemicals in the body break our food down into useful substances. 人體中的化學元素把食物分解成有用的物質。
②The peace talks are said to have broken down. (喻)據說和談破裂了。
①Our truck broke down outside town. 我們的卡車在城外拋錨了。
②The car broke down halfway to the destination.汽車在到達目的地的中途拋錨了。
Their opposition broke down.他們的反對意見打消了。
He broke down and wept. 他不禁失聲痛哭。
Food is broken down by chemicals. 化學物質引起食物轉化。
 (=stand on one's feet)自立, 經濟上獨立
 (人)病好了, 可以起床了; (使)恢復, 復蘇(指企業)
These countries have gone / been through too many wars.這些國家飽經戰火。
I didn't want to go through college.我不想上完大學。
①The law has gone through Parliament. 議會已經通過了這項法案。
②Their plans went through. 他們的計劃得到了批準。
They went through our luggage at the customs.在海關他們檢查了我們的行李。
①what is good and still useful should be taken over.好的有用的東西應當繼承。
②Our chairman has left, so Jack will take over (his job).我們的主席走了，因此杰克將接管（他的工作）。
39. “So + be／have／助動詞／情態動詞＋主詞”的結構。此結構中的語序是倒裝的，“So”代替上句中的某個成分。如果上面一句是否定句，則使用“Neither/Nor+be/have/助動詞/情態動詞+主語”的結構。
 He’s tired, and so am I. (＝I’ m also tired．)
 You can swim，and so can I．(＝I can also swim．)
She has had supper，and so can I．(＝I’ve had lunch，too．)
 Tom speaks English，and so does his sister．(＝His sister speaks English，too．)
A: I went to the park yesterday．
B: So did I．(＝I also went to the park yesterday．)
40.“So +主語+be／have／助動詞／情態動詞”結構中的主謂是正常語序，so相當于indeed,certainly, 表示說話人對前面或對方所說情況的肯定、贊同或證實，語氣較強，意思是“確實如此”。
A：It was cold yesterday．昨天很冷。
B：So it was．的確如此。(＝Yes，it was．)
A：You seem to like sports．
A：It will be fine tomorrow．
B：So it will．(＝Yes ，it will．)
41.“主語+do/does/did + so”結構指的是按上句的要求做了。此句型中do so代替上文中要求做的事，以免重復。
My Chinese teacher told me to hand in my composition on time and I did so.(=I handed inmy composition on time.)
42. So it is with…或 It is the same with…句型表示 “……(的情況)也是如此。”當前面的句子中有幾種不同形式的謂語時，要表示相同情況，必須使用本句型，不能使用so 引起的倒裝句。
She doesn’t play the piano, but she likes singing. So it is with my sister.
43. There you are. 行了，好。 這是一句表示一種事情告一段落或有了最終結果的用語。
 There you are! Then let's have some coffee.
 There you are! I knew we should find it at last.
44. have some difficulty (in) doing sth. 干某事有困難；接名詞時，常用句型：have some difficulty with sth.
 Do you have any difficulty (in) understanding English?
 She said she had some difficulty with pronunciation.
45. have a good knowledge of sth. “掌握……”，“對……有某種程度的了解”
 He has a good knowledge of London.
 A good knowledge of languages is always useful.
46. Wei Bin took out some peanuts and it was fun to see the monkey eat from his hand.魏彬拿出一些花生?？粗镒訌乃稚铣曰ㄉ?，很有趣。
 fun “好玩，趣事”，不可數名詞，前面不加不定冠詞a
You’re sure to have some fun at the party tonight. 今天晚上你肯定會玩得很開心。
 make fun of“取笑”，“嘲弄”。
People make fun of him only because he is wearing such a strange jacket.人們嘲笑他只是因為他穿了一件那么奇怪的衣服。
He looks very funny in his father’s jacket.他穿著他父親的衣服，看上去很滑稽。
47. It is polite to finish eating everything on your plate.把你盤子里所有東西吃完是有禮貌的。
這是一個動詞不定式作主語的句型，其中to finish eating everything 是主語，it是形式主語。
He told me he had broken my CD player.
Jenny said, “I have lost a book.”→
Jenny said she had lost a book.
Mum said, “I’ll go to see a friend.”→
Mum said she would go to see a friend.
He said, “We hadn’t finished our homework.”→
He said they hadn’t finished their homework.
Mary said, “My brother is an engineer.”→
Mary said her brother was and engineer.
He said, “Can you run, Mike?”→
He asked Mike whether/if he could run.
 直接引語如果是祈使句，間接引語應改為“tell(ask, order, beg等) (not) to do sth.”句型。如：
“Pass me the water, please.”said he.→
He asked him to pass her the water.
She said, “Let’s go to the cinema.”→
She suggested going to the cinema.
或She suggested that they should go to the cinema.
現在進行時表將來的動作，謂語通常為瞬間動詞。如：come, go, arrive, leave, start, return, stay, meet, get等。這些動詞的進行時后不能再接具體的時間。
 現在進行時表示將來與表示正在進行的動作的區別在于：前者通常用瞬間動詞（有時一些常用動詞也可以這樣用如：do）如：go, come, start, return, get, arrive等。而后者通常是持續性動詞。
① The train is arriving soon. 火車就要進站了。
② He is reading a novel. 他在看小說。
① What are you doing next Friday?
② The plane takes off at 7：30 tonight.
50. 主語是單數時，盡管后面跟有as well as, but ,except, besides, with ,along with, together with, like 等，謂語動詞仍用單數。
The teacher as well as his students is excited.