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 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 She lost 16 pounds in the first month of her diet.
2 I do not remember who spoke first, but we all expressed thesame opinion
3 This is the first time she has experienced disappointment
4 It is a first for New York. An outdoor exhibition of FernandoBotero’s sculpture on Park Avenue.
5 We heard it on the TV last night — that was the first we heard of it
6 When he first came home he wouldn’t say anything about whathe’d been doing.
7 Marry that fat son of a fat cattle dealer? She would die first!
8 Certain guidelines can be given. First, have a heating engineercheck the safety of the system.
9 Before him, in the first row, sat the President
10 The first duty of any government must be to protect the interestsof the taxpayers
11 The cut in the interest rates has not had very much impact inCalifornia for two reasons. First of all, banks are still afraid toloan.
12 There’s no time for boyfriends, my career comes first.
13 You knew about me from the first, didn’t you?
14 He arrived in Natal to see at first hand the effects of the recentheavy fighting.
15 You don’t know the first thing about farming.
16 First off, huge apologies for last month’s confusing report.
17 Somebody has to think for the child and put him first.
18 Let’s see if we can’t find something to set the mood. First thingsfirst; some music.
19 Two years ago Johnson came first in the one hundred metres atSeoul.
20 First, tell me what you think of my products
21 Routine questions first, if you don’t mind.
22 It was the first occasion when they had both found it possible tokeep a rendezvous.
23 When Mark arrived home that afternoon, it was the first he knewfor sure of the surprise party.
24 First in the queue were two Japanese students.
25 I had some difficulty at first recalling why we were there.
26 I thought from the first that she was a little unsure about thatmarriage.
27 He got the first prize.
28 I faxed a first draft of this article to him.
1 The British Labor Party concludes its annual conference today inBrighton.
2 The dog lifted its head, listening
3 I met one woman whose tiny baby had just died and whoseother child was fighting for its life.
4 Each side set forth its position on this question.
5 The company has increased the price of its cars
6 Its history is expressive of the character and development of thepeople who possess it.
7 Years of civil war have wrecked the country’s infrastructure anddestroyed its social fabric.
8 The government has announced the terms of reference for itsproposed committee of inquiry.
9 Bristol regained its status as a city in the local governmentreorganisation.
10 I was astounded by its beauty
11 Simon’s book provides a succinct outline of artificial intelligenceand its application to robotics.
12 The revolutionaries laid down their arms and its leaders wentinto voluntary exile.
13 The new government will make a judgment about its interestsand act accordingly.
14 It criticises the main contractor for seriously erring in its originalestimates
15 This has forced the United States to seriously reconsider itsposition
16 America values its economic leadership, and the political andmilitary strength that goes with it
17 The committee held its founding congress in the capital, Riga
18 This made its mini-computers incompatible with its mainframes
19 The cloth has lost its colour.
20 Its real purpose is the launching and retrieval of smallaeroplanes in flight.
21 The country is planning a major overhaul of its highways.
22 The American edition of ‘Cloud Street’ is already in its thirdprinting.
23 I’m willing to work for the party because its interests and myinterests are one and the same.
24 The book’s strength lay in its depiction of present-day Tokyo.
25 The European Union has proposed new regulations to controlthe hours worked by its employees
26 Scientific work is differentiated from art by its necessaryconnection with the idea of progress.
27 The company is offering you the chance to share in its success
28 The interplay between the new politics and the modern mediawill unbalance the political process and inhibit its workings.
29 The region is valued for its coal and vast electricity-generatingcapacity
1 How do I make payments into my account?
2 It’s amazing how people collect so much stuff over the years
3 How much money are we talking about?
4 How was your trip down to Orlando?
5 Hi! How are you doing?
6 ‘How do you do, Mrs Bellingham,’ Sam said.
7 Two historical questions — you can answer them how you like
8 I didn’t realize how heavy that shopping was going to be
9 How strange that something so simple as a walk on the beachcould suddenly mean so much
10 How can you drink so much beer, Luke?
11 How about a cup of coffee?
12 Well, I enjoyed that. How about you two?
13 The twins made their appearance at three o’clock. How aboutthat? Spot on time.
14 Are your products and services competitive? How aboutmarketing?
15 ‘The fuel gauge is broken.’ — ‘Broken? How do you mean?’
16 Suppose we meet somewhere for a drink? I’ll pay. How’s that?
17 How do you manage to keep the place so tidy?
18 The law, your contracts, your public protect you, do they? How?
19 How are you going to plan for the future?
20 It’s funny how I never seem to get a thing done on my day off
21 It’s important to become acutely aware of how your eating ties inwith your stress level.
22 How many full-time staff have we got?
23 How long will you be staying?
24 How old is your son now?
25 How fast were you driving?
26 How difficult is it to do business with the company?
27 ‘How well do you know Mrs. O’Toole?’ Ryan asked
28 No-one knows how many people have been killed since the warbegan
29 He was asked how serious the situation had become.
1 John’s aunt died suddenly and left him a surprisingly large sum
2 If the child sees the word ‘hear’, we should show him that this isthe base word in ‘hearing’ and ‘hears’.
3 God will help you if you turn to Him in humility and trust.
4 Is Sam there? Let me talk to him
5 On his arrival, Elaine met him at the bus station
6 My brother had a lovely dog. I looked after him for about a week.
7 I was chatting to him the other day
8 I’ve had a heart-to-heart with him
9 I asked him his name
10 I begged him to come back to England with me
11 I knew him when he was a little boy
12 I dismissed him from my mind
13 He’s going to fix a time when I can see him
14 They had him killed
15 I love him. He is everything to me
16 What I’d do if I were you is be nice to him
17 Out of deference to him, I lowered my head as he prayed.
18 I met him by chance out walking yesterday
19 I felt I had to give him a chance.
20 Don’t be so hard on him.
21 He’s a talkative guy, and I struck up a conversation with him
22 She bore him a daughter, Suzanna.
23 If you happen to talk to him, have him call me
24 If you ever cross him, forget it, you’re finished.
25 I can never, ever forgive him. I despise him
26 I wonder how Sam got on with him.
27 I went to hear him speak and was very impressed. He seemedso full of fire
28 He gave him a fond smile.
29 We gave him paint and brushes
I faxed a first draft of this article to him.
1 I’ve just bought a new house
2 I’m just making the sauce for the cauliflower
3 Randall would just now be getting the Sunday paper
4 It’s just a suggestion
5 That’s just one example of the kind of experiments you can do
6 Stephanie and David redecorated a room in just three days
7 Leaving like I did just made it worse
8 Her hand was just visible by the light from the sitting room
9 It’s an old trick but it just might work
10 She just won’t relax
11 Could you just give us a description of your cat?
12 ‘Let me in, Di.’ — ‘Okay. Just a minute.’
13 Well, now just a second, I don’t altogether agree with thepremise.
14 ‘That’s crazy,’ I said. ‘Isn’t it just?’ he said
15 I can just see the nasty suspicious looks I’d be getting from youif we started whispering together
16 Kiwi fruit are just the thing for a healthy snack
17 Behind the facade they are just like the rest of us
18 There are those who believe that Nick Price is just about thebest golfer in the world
19 I can just about tolerate it at the moment
20 Eve, squinting at the clock, saw it was just on 7 a.m
21 ‘She has a large flat in Mayfair.’ — ‘Just so.’
22 I do her hair, and it has to be just so.
23 I’m sorry I struck you. I didn’t mean to. It’s just that I was so mad
24 In a just society there must be a system whereby people canseek redress through the courts
25 The two had only just met
26 I just had the most awful dream
27 I’m only just beginning to take it in that he’s still missing.
28 I’m just going to walk down the lane now and post some letters
29 The Vietnam War was just about to end.
Just then the phone rang
1 Combine the remaining ingredients and put them into a dish
2 I have no idea how he got into Iraq
3 Flavell had accidentally discharged a pistol, firing it into theceiling
4 Poisonous smoke had got into the water supply
5 A train plowed into the barrier at the end of the platform
6 She could change into a different outfit in two minutes
7 He had too much time on his hands and that caused him to getinto trouble
8 Gerome tried to talk her into taking an apartment in Paris.
9 Sixteen teams are taking part, divided into four groups
10 In the early 1990s, it was easy to get into the rental business
11 He had three children, and lived on into his sixties
12 I’m into electronics myself.
13 Until the 1980s almost all olives were packed into jars by hand.
14 She got up and went into an inner office
15 He got into bed and started to read.
16 The money went into a common fund.
17 Joanna heard him bump into the table and curse again.
18 He put on his underwear and got into his suit.
19 I slid into a depression.
20 Roll out the pastry and cut into narrow strips
21 Now if a great lake like Victoria were to dry up partially, it wouldbe split into a number of separate, smaller lakes.
22 We are beginning to have some insight into drug therapy.
23 He closed down the business and went into politics.
24 The Open Golf Championship will be getting into its second dayin a few hours.
25 We entered into meaningful discussions with them weeks ago
26 I broke away from him and rushed out into the hall
27 A gas main had cracked under my neighbour’s garage and gashad seeped into our homes
28 He initiated her into the study of other cultures.
29 Burglars broke into their home.
They were disorientated by the smoke and were firing blindly intoit.
1 Robin opened some champagne
2 The question of local government finance has been the subjectof debate for some years
3 ‘Isn’t there some chance that William might lead a normal life?’asked Jill
4 Some of the people already in work will lose their jobs
5 If you are worried about some aspect of your child’s health, callus
6 I have kept birds for some 30 years
7 If Susanne is off somewhere, I’ll kill time by looking aroundsome
8 She lived to be ninety-nine years old and only weighed eightypounds but she’d raised eight kids. That was some toughwoman!
9 Heat a couple of tablespoons of olive oil, a chopped clove ofgarlic and some black pepper in a heavy saucepan
10 He went to fetch some books
11 Some children refuse to eat at all and others overeat.
12 I have discussed this topic in some detail
13 He remained silent for some time
14 It took some effort to conceal her relief.
15 All mothers share to some extent in the tension of a wedding
16 Some fishing is still allowed, but limits have been imposed onthe size of the catch.
17 Remove the cover and spoon some of the sauce into a bowl
18 Boats crammed with hot and angry holidaymakers, some ofwhom had waited for up to two days to cross
19 Some of us are sensitive to smells, others find colours easier toremember.
20 Jim Partridge chucked himself off some bridge or other
21 She always thinks some guy is going to come along and fix herlife.
22 He waited some 80 to 100 yards from the big pink villa
23 The headquarters is some 30 miles due west.
24 ‘I party some,’ said Jed
25 He decided we should spend Christmas in Acapulco. There wecould ski some and relax.
26 ‘Some party!’ —’Yep. One hell of a party. ‘
27 We have had some help from the Government
28 They have arrived at some erroneous conclusions.
29 I got on to him and explained some of the things I had beenthinking of.
We found a seat in a little nook, and had some lunch.