Use the verb+ noun or adj. + noun collocation
养家糊口 to be a breadwinner吸取教训 to draw a lesson赡养家庭 to support the family提供材料 to supply the material驱动机器 to drive the machinery缓解痛苦 to relieve somebody of pain记录帐目 to keep accounts消除贫穷 to abolish poverty教训某人 to teach somebody a lesson家庭会议 family council职业女性 professional woman珍贵财富 precious fortune
use the “useful expressions”
Seeing the enemy's missiles blowing the village to pieces， all the villagers were burning with anger.
He noticed that the middle-aged man made out a 150-pound check for a television company.
He has leant from his life time experience that friendship and love count for much more than money.
Last summer， he had been living in a countryside cottage for one month， free from the noise and excitement in the city.
In the common interest of protecting the nature， a lot of governments have been united to abolish the poisonous pollution caused by chemical industry.
The committee has resolved that the next year's conference be held in Xi'an.
At dawn， he found himself lying at the bottom of a valley.
Many people make donation for the Project Hope， because they deeply sympathize with the children in the rural areas who can't afford to go to school.
With the coming of College Entrance Examination， the parents of the examinees are trying their best to relieve their children of the mental burden.
Use serve，bear and work.
He has served this advertising company for six years.
The lift is not working at the moment， and he has to climb up to the 11th floor.
It seems that his flattery won't work this time.
My 80-year-old grandfather can not bear the severe winter in the North.
His father served as Chinese ambassador to Britain ten years ago.
There is a low table in the corner of the room which can serve for a TV rack.
The celebrity-packed restaurant serves mediocre food.
The mobile phone doesn't look fashionable， but it serves me very well.
If there is anything wrong， you have to bear the responsibility.
I can't bear to see old people being maltreated by their own children.
Our years of effort has finally borne fruit now.
If this kind of medicine doesn't work， you will have to have an peration.
Translate the following sentences into English，using adjectives or adjective phrases.
Have you ever seen a supermarket more crowded than this one？
I think you'd better talk about this matter to the person concerned.
Those injured in the accident have already been sent to the hospital.
I've never met such an unreasonable person as you.
Everyone present regards it as a good proposition.
Translate the following sentences into English，using each，every，many，much，some，and any.
Every student who wants to get a certificate must pass the exam.
You spend too much time watching TV and too little time doing exercises.
I agree with much of what he said， but not all.
There are three economy rooms in the hotel， each having its own toilet.
In England， the changeable weather is a topic which is much talked about.
How can we sit here doing nothing while our brothers and sisters are suffering so much？
As long as you finish this work before 5 o'clock， you many do it any way you like.
In our town， the tomatoes grown out of his garden are sweeter than those from any other garden.