1. If you keep a pet, you should learn to look after it in (right or correct) ways.
2. Take my advice, and you will (try not to do something) causing many problems.
3. We had to end our (a small talk) because my bus came.
4. Jim is a c friend of mine. We often have a lot to share with each other.
5. Don’t t the glass. It’s hot and may burn your finger.
6. In Italy, (kiss) is proper for greeting best friends and family members.
7. The more (polite) you ask people for help, the more willing they are to help you.
8. Always remember to make good use of time. As the (say) goes, “Time and tide wait for no man.”
9. Your advice is so (help) to us. Thanks.
10. When you’re eating in a restaurant, try (not make) any noise.
all the time, greet, shout loudly, bump into, subject
Andy: Guess who I met in the street this afternoon?
Wendy: Who? An old friend?
Andy: Well, a tall man (11)me when I was walking downstairs.
Wendy: And then?
Andy: I near fell over. So I (12),“Ouch, you hurt my arm!” Then I heard a soft “Sorry”.
Wendy: Who was he?
Andy: He was your father! Then I (13)him with a smile. And your father is really a gentleman. He kept smiling (14).
Wendy: Did he talk with you?
Andy: Yes. We talked about an interesting (15). That was your lessons!
( ) 1. — Sandy, would you please not talk so loudly the phone a public place?
— Sorry. It was very noisy on the other end of the line.
A. on; on
B. on; in
C. in; on
D. in; in
( ) 2. — Tom must be in a hurry. He past me just now.
—Yes. And he even had no time for a “sorry”.
( ) 3. — Hey, James. Do you still remember when we met the first time?
— It was in the library, two years ago.