Flashcards in Practice Makes Perfect Deck (28)
[...] I will work hard.
Common way of saying that you believe something to be true, hoping to win the confidence of the person you are talking to
I can assure you that
i'll [...] graduate in two years.
a word inserted to indicate your wishes that something will happen
I'm moving to Springfield next month, What's [...] like there?
this word refers to the culture and range of entertainment offered in a particular area.
[...] see you on Saturday.
this word indicates that the speaker is very happy about future event
I can't wait to
We were in town, so we decided to [...] to see you.
indicate short visit
[...] really mad at him.
this expression is often inserted into conversation to emphasize what someone is currently feeling or thinking
[...] the new teacher?
is a way of asking someone's opinion of something
What do you think of
Are you [...] something means to want to do it?
This means to want to do it
It's pretty hot today, but I can [...] it.
This means to tolerate or to accept
[...], the dorm is really gross.
this indicates that you really mean what you are going to say.
I tell you
You [...] say she's in love.
He's very easygoing. He [...] with everybody.
this means to live, work, or play with someone without problems or arguments.
You guys are exactly [...]
Things are similar
You [...] call me anymore.
This means almost never.
I [...] if Jon's married.
At first it was difficult to live here, but now I am [...] to the cold weather.
I work the night shift, so I am [...] to staying up all night and sleeping during the day.
She [...] to live next door to us.
Past habitual actions that was once true but no longer is
I would never buy shoes without [...] first.
trying them on
[...] be here before eight o'clock.
This indicates an effort to do something that may not be easy.
Try to/ Try and
[...] turning the key in the other direction.
This indicates a suggestion for solving a problem or problematical situation.
What's Maria up to?
[...] she's making a lot of money.
This indicates sincere belief that what you are going to say is true, even though you have no proof.
Why aren't you ready for school?
[...], I can't find my backpack.
explanation for a situation
The thing is
I'm so glad you've decided to go to college. That's definitely [...].
a step in the right direction
I'm about to go shopping for Halloween costumes for the kids. [...] do you still have the witch hat you borrowed from me last year?
which remind me
She got a bonus at work, so she [...] a first -class ticket.
They [...] every week to discuss their research.