1 I don’t think many people would argue with that
2 ‘How many of the songs that dealt with this theme became hitsongs?’ — ‘Not very many.’
3 Many a mother tries to act out her unrealized dreams through herdaughter
4 How many years have you been here?
5 I’ve always entered as many photo competitions as I can
6 Not many expected Ferdinand to be such a success this season
7 The printing press gave power to a few to change the world forthe many
8 We’ve both had a good many beers
9 Not many films are made in Finland
10 Do you keep many books and papers and memorabilia?
11 Many holidaymakers had avoided the worst of the delays byconsulting tourist offices
12 Acting is definitely a young person’s profession in many ways.
13 How many years is it since we’ve seen each other? Too many,anyway.
14 I have spent many a morning with my wife gathering musselsalong the rocky beaches of Little Compton.
15 We produced ten times as many tractors as the United States.
16 Iris Murdoch was regarded by many as a supremely good andserious writer.
17 He wanted to create a society of opportunity where benefitsbecame available to the many.
18 For a great many men and women, romance can be a mostimportant part of marriage.
19 There were so many people.
20 He’s been to a great many places.
21 I have done woodwork for many years
22 How many people were present?
23 You gave me two too many.
24 I have a few, but not many.
25 In these and several other respects, there are many inventionsand exaggerations
26 There is one word too many in this sentence.
27 She enchanted you as she has so many others.
28 It’s a trap too many people fall into.
29 But many leaders have invested their ill-gotten gains in severaldifferent countries.
1 She stretched her arms out and gave a great yawn
2 I gave her a lift back out to her house
3 He gave no details
4 A BBC poll gave the Labour Party a 12 per cent lead
5 They don’t give a damn about the country.
6 They gave me the impression that they were doing exactly whatthey wanted in life
7 He gave me a shock
8 Kotto gives a stupendous performance
9 I’ve been giving it some thought
10 They gave us T-shirts and stickers
11 Give me that pencil
12 The draft would give the president the power to appoint thecentral bank’s chairman.
13 My knees gave under me.
14 We were given to understand that he was ill
15 For the first time in 12 years, the Democrats are giving as goodas they get.
16 I’d give anything to be like you.
17 I’ve never had anything barbecued and I don’t want it. Give me agood roast dinner any day.
18 They grow to a height of 12 ins — give or take a couple of inches.
19 You’re a bright enough kid, I’ll give you that.
20 Ladies and Gentlemen, give it up for Fred Durst.
21 Giving a sigh, she fell to her knees at my feet
22 He gave her a fond smile
23 He reached for her hand and gave it a reassuring squeeze.
24 He was given mouth-to-mouth resuscitation
25 Sophie asked her if she would like to come and give art lessons.
26 Would you like to give me your name?
27 He asked me to give his regards to all of you
28 He gave the cause of death as multiple injuries.
29 Ted and his lawyers gave the company 11 months to sell offeverything.
30 The examiner’s final report does not give an accurate picture.
1 They immediately got in touch with Dr Ting who was, purely coincidentally, also in California
2 Andy: guo Jingjing and Li Ting won gold in the women’s synchronized3m springboard diving final.
3 Xiao Ming studies as hard as Qiu ting.
4 Zhang Wei recalls how Wu Ting attended six therapy sessions and learnt relaxation techniques, besides rehearsing presentations.
5 The development of handicraft industry provided material base and social promo ting force.
6 Ms. Smith, an American, is talking to Mr. Ting, an expert on feng shui.
7 The lab equipments of MAN TING FANG are advanced enough to undertake advanced analysis and research.
8 Ting’s a lovely girl, smart and very attractive.
9 James Cheng and Lin Ting Yao. There are 3 computers packed in two cartons.
10 Ye Ting: Mum, this is for you.
11 The bell on the hotel receptionist’s desk went Ting when I pressed it.
12 Objective: To study the protective effect of Notopterygium incisum Ting against flu virus in mice.
13 By chance, a fellow practitioner introduced me to Professor Leung Ting.
15 SiMing Lake has West Lake’s beauty and Dong Ting Lake’s pizzazz.
16 Ting ting, let me tell you a joke.
17 Ting ting, please tell me about your day.
18 Ting: So John, have you ever been to China before?
19 He’s get ting married? Surely you can’t be serious!
20 On Personality and Personal Dangerousness: A View from the Cases of Xu Ting and Liu Yong
21 In 1984, she started Ragdoll put ting up the family home as security.
22 Li Ting, a student in Fudan University, is a handkerchief user who carries a handkerchief everywhere.
23 That’s right. You look so special, Ting Ting.
24 Sugar-Ju Wei Ting Kok at Huangge Town, south of Interchange, Meishan industrial area.
25 The former description focuses on the distance between two buildings of Ting, which answers the real social condition.
26 The reason why Li Ting began to use handkerchief again is an environmental protection research.
27 In fact, the war of Jie Ting fort was a good chance for Zhuge Liang to wipe out Sima yi.
28 In the past we planned for a highly volatile workforce, agrees Mr Ting.
29 Revelation from “Xu Ting Case” and “Liang Li Case”: On the Return of Objects
30 The Ting Hai effect, Adam Cheng effect or Chiu-Koon effect is a peculiar stock market phenomenon.
1 I’m here all by myself and I know I’m going to get lost
2 Come and sit here, Lauren
3 My friend here writes for radio
4 Who are we? What are we doing here?
5 I’m here to help you
6 ‘Here’s the taxi,’ she said politely
7 Both sides will have to sell the agreement to their people. It’shere that the real test will come
8 Here comes the summer
9 From Nairobi here’s our East Africa correspondent, Colin Blane
10 You know you can phone me — here’s my mother’s number
11 Here you are, saying these terrible things
12 I rummaged through the drawers and came up with Amanda’sfolder. ‘Here we are.’
13 Dr Culver nervously muttered ‘Here goes,’ and gave the little girlan injection.
14 ‘Police! Open up!’ — ‘Oh well,’ I thought, ‘here we go.’
15 I’m a practicing physician trying to help people here and now
16 I do a bit of teaching here and there
17 He raised his glass. ‘Here’s to neighbors.’
18 Well, I can’t stand here chatting all day.
19 Sheila was in here a minute ago
20 My name is Roseanne and I’m in here for heroin addiction
21 I’m not going to stay here. I’m out of here, back down to SanDiego
22 When Mommy comes, just tell her I’m up here.
23 ‘From there, pulling a line to here,’ he said, making invisibledrawings in the air
24 ‘It’s on the right-hand side of the shopping centre.’ — ‘Okay. Fine.’—’Oh it’s here. ‘
25 I have here at my side Mr. Glenn Williams
26 I have a little book here by a lady called Mystic Meg.
27 I’m not here to listen to your complaints.
28 ‘Mr Cummings is here,’ she said, holding the door open
29 Here comes your husband
30 Here’s my apartment.
1 The police also found a pistol
2 Many people here cannot find work
3 Two thousand of France’s 4,200 species of flowering plants arefound in the park
4 They found her walking alone and depressed on the beach
5 It’s not the first time that you’ve found yourself in this situation
6 Daybreak found us on a cold, clammy ship
7 The two biologists found, to their surprise, that both groups ofbirds survived equally well
8 She was found guilty of manslaughter and put on probation fortwo years
9 I find most of the young men of my own age so boring
10 How could anyone find pleasure in hunting and killing thisbeautiful creature?
11 I was just finding more time to write music
12 Another of his lucky finds was a pair of candle-holders
13 He was an expert at finding his way, even in strangesurroundings
14 It is one of the very few Michelangelos that have found their wayout of Italy
15 It makes you want to watch the next episode to find out what’sgoing to happen
16 Her face was so grave, I wondered for a moment if she’d foundme out.
17 They have spent ages looking at the map and can’t find a trace ofanywhere called Darrowby
18 I wonder if you could find me a deck of cards?
19 So far they have not found a way to fight the virus
20 He has to apply for a permit and we have to find him a job
21 Does this mean that they haven’t found a place for him?
22 Fibre is found in cereal foods, beans, fruit and vegetables.
23 She returned to her east London home to find her back doorforced open
24 Thrushes are a protected species so you will not find them onany menu.
25 I found myself having more fun than I had had in years
26 It all seemed so far away from here that he found himself quiteunable to take it in.
27 His lunch did not take long to arrive and found him poring over anotepad covered with scrawls.
28 At my age I would find it hard to get another job
29 We find her evidence to be based on a degree of oversensitivity
1 He had not expected the young man to reappear before evening
2 The chick initially has no fear of man
3 Are you a gambling man, Mr Graham?
4 Attlee was an Oxford man.
5 At the time he was said to be very much Rajiv Gandhi’s man.
6 The men voted by a four-to-one majority to accept the pay offer
7 I told you, man! It’ll be sometime after eight o’clock.
8 Hey wow, man! Where d’you get those boots?
9 French soldiers manned roadblocks in the capital city.
10 I told him that he should be man enough to admit he had donewrong
11 ‘Get the guy in the purple shirt.’ — ‘All right, my man.’
12 My dear man, you are welcome to stay
13 Be your own man. Make up your own mind
14 To a man, the surveyors blamed the government
15 Anxiety is modern man’s natural state.
16 He is a keen outdoors man with a great interest in photographyand walking.
17 After the talks, the leader of the Workers ‘Council said his menwould be going back down the mines.
18 The station is seldom manned in the evening.
19 You can search me if you think you’re man enough.
20 It’s not for you to say so, my man!
21 He’ll be his own man and won’t be dictated to.
22 They died, to a man, when they tried to break out
23 Economists, almost to a man, were sceptical.
24 Me and Ben should sort this out man to man.
25 A man had accosted me in the street.
26 The wrong man had been punished
27 This man is an animal, a beast
28 He is an arrogant man.
29 He had killed a man in a duel.
1 ‘Any problems?’ — ‘No, I’m O.K.’
2 ‘We thought you’d emigrated.’ — ‘No, no.’
3 ‘Here, have mine.’ — ‘No, this is fine.’
4 I was twenty-two — no, twenty-one.
5 He had no intention of paying the cash
6 He is no singer
7 It is to start broadcasting no later than the end of next year
8 Sometimes a bit of selfishness, if it leads to greater self-knowledge, is no bad thing
9 The captain turned out the ‘no smoking’ signs
10 There is no going back to the life she had
11 ‘You’re getting worse than me.’ — ‘No I’m not.’
12 ‘Can you just get the message through to Pete for me?’ — ‘No,no I can’t.’
13 After all, the worst the boss can do is say no if you ask him.
14 ‘I don’t know him, do I?’ — ‘No, you don’t.’
15 No job has more influence on the future of the world
16 No letters survive from this early period.
17 I make it no secret that our worst consultants earn nothing
18 Yesterday no fewer than thirty climbers reached the summit
19 It would be unfair to suggest that he will be no more effectivethan his predecessors
20 He liked the Secretary no better than his assistant.
21 Today’s elections are of no great importance in themselves.
22 No talking after lights out.
23 French officials say the government has made contingencyplans in the event that the no’s win.
24 There is no doubting them now.
25 No one’s going to hurt you. No one. Not any more
26 No doubt I had blundered again
27 There’s no need for you to stay.
28 He asked if I had left with you, and I said no
29 Why do I have the feeling I’m being used again?
30 We are denied use of the land by the ruling classes
1 Trim off the excess pastry using a sharp knife
2 You used all the ice cubes and didn’t put the ice trays back
3 He denied he had used drugs
4 Wash your hands after using the toilet
5 The judge liked using the word ‘wicked’ of people he had sent tojail
6 Now I use a false name if I’m meeting people for the first time
7 Be careful she’s not just using you
8 The treatment does not involve the use of any artificial drugs.
9 You will no longer have a use for the magazines
10 Infrared detectors have many uses
11 She will have the use of the car one night a week.
12 There are new uses of words coming in and old uses dying out.
13 Police have been hampered by Mr Urquhart’s use of bogusnames.
14 The leisure facilities are there for the use of guests
15 Being a hospital Sister had its uses.
16 The site has been out of use for many years.
17 Not all nursery schools make use of the opportunities open tothem.
18 It’s no use arguing with a drunk
19 It’s no use. Let’s hang up and try for a better line.
20 The contents of this booklet should be of use to all students
21 He had simply used a little imagination
22 Officials used loud hailers to call for calm
23 The show uses Zondo’s trial and execution as its framework.
24 They’ve never had anything spare — they’ve always used it all.
25 You’ll find that most people that don’t use heroin don’t likepeople that do.
26 He asked whether he could use my bathroom.
27 When Johnson talks about cuts, he uses words like ‘target price’and ‘efficiency payments’.
28 I didn’t want to use my married name because we’ve split.
29 Why do I have the feeling I’m being used again?
30 We are denied use of the land by the ruling classes
1 More and more people are surviving heart attacks
2 The Afghan authorities say the airport had been closed for morethan a year.
3 Prison conditions have become more brutal
4 The exhibition at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts is more aproduction than it is a museum display
5 When we are tired, tense, depressed or unwell, we feel painmuch more
6 Things might have been different if I’d talked a bit more.
7 This train would stop twice more in the suburbs before rollingsoutheast toward Munich
8 They needed more time to consider whether to hold an inquiry.
9 I told him the truth. No more, no less
10 Europe’s economies have converged in several areas. Moreinterestingly, there has been convergence in economic growthrates
11 Her life was heading more and more where she wanted it to go
12 The Conference is more or less over
13 He’s more than a coach, he’s a friend.
14 Lithuania produces more than enough food to feed itself.
15 Each box requires no more than a few hours of labor to build
16 The newly discovered notes are nothing more than Lang’spersonal journal.
17 Many more institutions, especially banks, were allowed to lendmoney for mortgages, and what was more, banks could lend outmore money than they actually held
18 He spent more time perfecting his dance moves instead of gymwork.
19 It’s a good idea to give adolescents a little more information thanthey ask for.
20 We can satisfy our basic wants more easily than in the past.
21 He’s more like a film star than a lifeguard, really
22 She looked more sad than in pain
23 Sue screamed, not loudly, more in surprise than terror
24 She’s more of a social animal than me.
25 What impressed me more was that she knew TennesseeWilliams.
26 The breathing exercises should be repeated several timesmore.
27 I’m sixty-two. I feel sixty-two, neither more nor less.
28 More seriously for him, there are members who say he is wrongon this issue.
29 Bob became more and more furious
30 More and more women are wearing men’s fragrances.
1 The weather did not help; hot by day, cold at night
2 He began to talk about the Ukraine of his uncle’s day
3 The newspaper job had me doing the same thing day after day.
4 Even in this day and age the old attitudes persist.
5 The tweed jacket she wore had seen better days.
6 Faced with mounting debts, the decision to call it a day wasinevitable
7 For the time being, the liberals seem to have carried the day.
8 Beat music may finally have had its day
9 Come on, Bill. Send Tom a card and make his day
10 Chantal kept a fire burning night and day
11 I too dreamed of living in London one day
12 I phoned your office the other day
13 A last moment election can save the day.
14 Your needs can differ from day to day
15 It was January 19, a year to the day since he had arrived inSingapore
16 To this day young Zulu boys practise fighting.
17 His determination and refusal to back down had won the day
18 For war reporters, dodging snipers ‘bullets is all in a day’s work
19 27 million working days are lost each year due to work accidentsand sickness
20 He arranged for me to go down to London one day a week
21 The snack bar is open during the day.
22 Did you learn anything in your day, as a student?
23 She is doing just fine these days.
24 I want the manager’s job when he calls it a day.
25 Interior decoration by careful coordination seems to have had itsday.
26 It was a joy to see. It really made my day.
27 He would have a nurse in constant attendance day and night.
28 I hope some day you will find the woman who will make youhappy
29 One of these days we will get lucky.
30 We had lunch the other day at our favorite restaurant.