1 You can’t see colours at night
2 I saw him yesterday
3 He had been to see a Semi-Final of the FA Cup
4 I could see she was lonely.
5 Oh, I see what you’re saying
6 She saw him as a visionary, but her father saw him as a manwho couldn’t make a living
7 Frankly, I don’t know what Paul sees in her
8 A good idea, but can you see Taylor trying it?
9 Yesterday saw the resignation of the acting Interior Minister
10 Let me just see what the next song is
11 I’ll see if I can call her for you
12 See that you take care of him
13 He didn’t offer to see her to her car
14 We used to see quite a lot of his wife, Carolyn
15 My husband was still seeing her and he was having an affairwith her.
16 We saw in Chapter 16 how annual cash budgets are produced
17 Surveys consistently find that men report feeling safe on thestreet after dark. See, for example, Hindelang and Garofalo (1978)
18 He is in the marriage bureau business, which is mildly ironicseeing that his dearest wish is to get married himself
19 ‘He came home in my car.’ — ‘I see.’
20 We’ll see. It’s a possibility.
21 He was hopeful that by sitting together they could both seesense and live as good neighbours
22 Well, you see, you shouldn’t really feel that way about it
23 ‘Talk to you later.’ — ‘All right. See you love.’
24 The thrill wears off after a few years of marriage. You’ll see.
25 I saw a man making his way towards me
26 She can see, hear, touch, smell, and taste
27 As he neared the farm, he saw that a police car was parkedoutside it
28 Did you see what happened?
29 Mick wants to see you in his office right away
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.
1 ‘Do you think that made much of a difference to the family?’ — ‘Ithink so.’
2 I enjoy Ann’s company and so does Martin
3 As computer systems become even more sophisticated, so toodo the methods of those who exploit the technology
4 Gold has been a poor investment over the past 20 years, andwill continue to be so
5 Clasp the chain like so.
6 I am not an emotional type and so cannot bring myself to tell himI love him
7 Come to my suite so I can tell you all about this wonderful play Isaw in Boston
8 The woman asked if he could perhaps mend her fences, and sohe stayed
9 So how was your day?
10 ‘It makes me feel, well, important.’ — ‘And so you are.’
11 ‘My name’s Bruno.’ — ‘So?’
12 ‘I am so afraid,’ Francis thought
13 The tears were streaming so fast she could not see
14 The patient can have apples, apple juice, apple sauce, and soforth.
15 There is only so much time in the day for answering letters
16 I did not really object to Will’s behaviour so much as hispersonality
17 Though rates are heading down, they still offer real returns of 8%or so
18 If you can’t play straight, then say so
19 ‘Is he the kind of man who can be as flexible as he needs to be?’— ‘Well, I hope so.’
20 Almost all young women who turn to prostitution do so as ameans of survival.
21 They had a wonderful time and so did I
22 The police arrived, and so did reporters and a photographerfrom the ‘Journal’.
23 Just as John has changed, so has his wife
24 Just as the teacher plays the role of leader in the classroom, sodoes the headteacher play a leadership role in the school.
25 In those days English dances as well as songs were taught atschool, but that seems no longer to be so
26 It is strange to think that he held strong views on many things,but it must have been so.
27 I was an only child, and so had no experience of large families
28 There was snow everywhere, so that the shape of things wasdifficult to identify.
29 He took her arm and hurried her upstairs so that they wouldn’tbe overheard
1 When Ann arrived home that night, she found Brian in the house watching TV
2 The student may show signs of feeling the strain of responsibility and she may give up
3 Britain needs new leadership if she is to help shape Europe’s future.
4 Hundreds of small boats clustered round the yacht as she sailed into Southampton docks.
5 She was seventeen and she had no education or employment
6 She was a little fluffy baby duck which we reared until she was fully grown.
7 Very early in life when the baby feels the pangs of hunger, she learns to scream.
8 When he returned, she and Simon had already gone
9 I knew right away she was dead
10 I was a little surprised when she consented.
11 She bore him a daughter, Suzanna.
12 She wanted her mummy and daddy.
13 She was treated for cuts and bruises.
14 She’s just given birth to a baby girl
15 How could she do this to me?
16 She was betrothed to his brother.
17 She has an appointment with her accountant
18 Mildred and I are very compatible. She’s interested in the things that interest me
19 As soon as I told her my name, she clammed up.
20 I had a letter from Jane. She asks after you.
21 She’s my mother
22 I could not believe my eyes. She was far more beautiful than I had imagined.
23 She’s backpedaled twice already
24 She knew at once that he was concealing something from her.
25 She bade farewell to her son
26 She and Linda became very close
27 Then Louise broke the news that she was leaving me
28 She began her career as a teacher.
29 The doctor said it was colic and that she would grow out of it.
30 She’d been so terrified that she had armed herself with a loaded rifle
1 I would just like to say that this is the most hypocritical thing I have ever heard in my life
2 The report says there is widespread and routine torture of political prisoners in the country
3 You can get married at sixteen, and yet you haven’t got a say in the running of the country
4 I think that says a lot about how well Seles is playing
5 It says a lot for him that he has raised his game to the level required
6 He’s usually smartly-dressed, I’ll say that for him
7 Say you could change anything about the world we live in, what would it be?
8 To see the problem here more clearly, let’s look at a different biological system, say, an acorn
9 This is my third visit in a week, which says it all.
10 ‘I’m a writer.’ — ‘You don’t say. What kind of book are you writing?’
11 He’s never got much to say for himself.
12 ‘Well,’ she said eventually, ‘what have you to say for yourself?’
13 It goes without saying that if someone has lung problems they should not smoke.
14 The Football Association have had their say.
15 Say what you like about them, but they did love their Mum.
16 I wouldn’t say no to a drink.
17 To those who’ve never received million dollar royalty cheques, this sounded a little odd, not to say offensive.
18 Unemployment leads to a sense of uselessness, to say nothing of financial problems.
19 My involvement has not been altogether, shall we say, ethical.
20 ‘Must have been a fiddly job.’ — ‘You can say that again.’
21 I hope you didn’t say anything about Gretchen
22 You didn’t say much when you telephoned
23 Did he say where he was going?
24 It doesn’t sound exactly orthodox, if I may say so.
25 I have to say I didn’t even know Fox Lane Police Station existed till about four or five years ago