1 Freezing isn’t a bad way of preserving food
2 Computerized reservation systems help airline profits in severalways
3 In some ways, the official opening is a formality
4 He denounces people who urge him to alter his ways
5 She is now divorced and, in her usual resourceful way, hasstarted her own business
6 I suppose that’s one way of looking at it
7 There is no indication which way the vote could go
8 I’m terribly sorry — I had no idea you felt that way.
9 I hate the way he manipulates people
10 She thrust her way into the crowd
11 Does anybody know the way to the bathroom?
12 As he strode into the kitchen, he passed Pop coming the otherway
13 It’s not very far out of his way
14 The men lost their way in a sandstorm and crossed the borderby mistake
15 It wasn’t until we each went our separate ways that I began tolearn how to do things for myself
16 Take advantage of the opportunities coming your way in a coupleof months
17 ‘You’re standing in the way,’ she said. ‘Would you mind movingaside’
18 Silvertown Way, was that the road?
19 If you speak standard English anywhere round our way, peopletend to view you with suspicion.
20 The flag was held the wrong way up by some spectators
21 Way down in the valley to the west is the town of Freiburg
22 The region was split three ways, between Greece, Serbia andBulgaria
23 Some of them live in places quite a long way from here
24 Success is still a long way off
25 He had unscrewed the caps most of the way
26 He had to walk all the way home
27 Having started a revolution we must go all the way
28 As is the way with these gatherings, the declarations werelargely drafted before the delegations arrived.
29 He’s in a bad way, but able to talk.
30 The man who took over a few weeks later has also helpedfurther her career in a big way
I want to say how really delighted I am that you’re having a baby
Do you want another cup of coffee?
I want an explanation from you, Jeremy
The windows wanted cleaning
You want to be very careful not to have a man like Crevecoeur foran enemy
They were wanted by the police
Come on, darling. I want you.
Children should be wanted and planned
Albie wants you in his office
The men were daily becoming weaker from want of rest.
She couldn’t lift a spoon without a servant anticipating her wantsand getting it for her
Many of them had gone into teaching for want of anything betterto do
Mary says you’re welcome to stay the night if you want
‘What do you want!’ she whispered savagely. ‘Get out.’
Ian knows exactly what he wants in life
People wanted to know who this talented designer was
They began to want their father to be the same as other daddies
They didn’t want people staring at them as they sat on the lawn,so they put up high walls
He wanted his power recognised
I want my car this colour
And remember, we want him alive.
Look, I wanted to apologize for today. I think I was a little hard onyou.
Do you want to leave your bike here?
If you have a problem with that, I want you to tell me right now
Do you want to tell me what all this is about?
I want my money back!
Her hair wants cutting.
You want to look where you’re going, mate.
He has killed many in his time, and is wanted in at least threecountries
1 Which do they want me to do? declare war or surrender?
2 I wanted to know which school it was you went to
3 Soldiers opened fire on a car which failed to stop at an armycheckpoint
4 They ran out of drink. Which actually didn’t bother me because Iwasn’t drinking
5 They all look so alike to me that I’m never sure which is which
6 Which are the ones you really like?
7 ‘You go down that passageway over there.’ — ‘Which one?’
8 Which vitamin supplements are good value?
9 I can’t remember which teachers I had
10 Scientists have long wondered which parts of the brain areinvolved in musical tasks.
11 He’s based in Banja Luka, which is the largest city in northernBosnia
12 Colic describes a whole variety of conditions in which a horsesuffers abdominal pain
13 I’m no longer allowed to smoke in any room which he currentlyoccupies.
14 Visited Park West. Viewed a flat, no. 76. Which I like.
15 It’s essential to know which is which as treatments will be quitedifferent.
16 I verified the source from which I had that information
17 To a society which has lost its orientation he has much to offer
18 This is a common fallacy which has no basis in fact.
19 I had papers relating to the children which my wife and I had tosign.
20 This is a reversion to the system under which the Royals werepaid for nearly 300 years.
21 The work fills ( in) a gap which has hitherto existed in ourarchaeological literature.
22 I rewrote his rough draft, which was published under my name
23 Which brings me to a delicate matter I should like to raise
24 Physics is the best example of a science which has developedstrong, abstract theories.
25 I went to the room which he had called the nuptial chamber.
26 I discovered an addiction to housework which I had never feltbefore.
27 My father has a collection of magazines to which I return everynow and then
28 It was a place to which genteel families came in search of healthand quiet.
29 It was this issue which led to the deposition of the king.
1 When are you going home?
2 When eating a whole cooked fish, you should never turn it over toget at the flesh on the other side
3 When I met the Gills, I had been gardening for nearly ten years.
4 When he brought Imelda her drink she gave him a genuine,sweet smile of thanks
5 I asked him when he’d be back to pick me up
6 He could remember a time when he had worked like thathimself
7 How can I love myself when I look like this?
8 Our mothers sat us down to read and paint, when all we reallywanted to do was to make a mess
9 When did you get married?
10 When is the press conference?
11 When were you in this house last?
12 ‘I’ll be there this afternoon.’ — ‘When?’
13 Mustard is grown in the field when weeds are there, rather thanwhen the growing crops are there.
14 I’ll start to think about it when I have to write my report.
15 I don’t know when the decision was made
16 It is important to check when the laboratory can do the tests.
17 She remembered clearly that day when she’d gone exploring therockpools
18 In 1973, when he lived in Rome, his sixteen-year-old son waskidnapped.
19 Emerald starlings are fairly small when compared with othersuch birds.
20 The temperature sensor is making the computer think theengine is cold when, in fact, it’s hot.
21 He’s going to fix a time when I can see him
22 When he returned, she and Simon had already gone
23 I parried, and that’s when my sword broke.
24 I knew him when he was a little boy
25 I was a little surprised when she consented.
26 I lost my job when the company moved to another state
27 The driver lost control when a tyre burst
28 It’s a terrible thing when nobody wants to dance with you
29 When you have got a handle on your anxiety you can begin tocontrol it.
1 The Prime Minister is now 64 years old and in all probability thiswill be the last election that he is likely to contest
2 I will say no more on these matters, important though they are
3 Will you stay for supper?
4 Will you drive me home?
5 You will do as I request, if you please
6 How the country will defend itself in the future has becomeincreasingly important
7 The thicker the material, the less susceptible the garment will beto wet conditions
8 If you overcook the pancakes they will be difficult to roll
9 He will leave his socks lying all over the place and it drives memad.
10 As many as ten-million children will have been infected with thevirus by the end of the decade
11 If someone has been in captivity for a long time, he will havechanged as a result of his experience
12 He was said to have lost his will to live.
13 He has submitted himself to the will of God
14 I looked at the telephone, willing it to ring
15 Attached to his will was a letter he had written to his wife justdays before his death.
16 The large sum of money that came to him when she died was ashock, and he had not spent a penny of it on himself. He had,however, willed it to Frank.
17 No doubt he was forced to leave his family against his will.
18 Set to work with a will and be pleased with the amount you getdone
19 You will find a wide variety of choices available in schoolcafeterias
20 Representatives from across the horse industry will attend themeeting
21 70 per cent of airports in the Far East will have to be upgraded
22 Will you ever feel at home here?
23 The ship will not be ready for a month.
24 When will I be released, sir?
25 Price quotes on selected product categories will be sent onrequest
26 In this section we will describe common myths about cigarettes,alcohol, and marijuana
27 He will be devoting more time to writing, broadcasting andlecturing
28 What will you do next?
29 Where will you stay when you get to San Francisco?
1 No one believed he would actually kill himself
2 The statement added that although there were a number ofdiffering views, these would be discussed by both sides
3 Ordinarily it would be fun to be taken to fabulous restaurants
4 They said they would give the police their full cooperation
5 She asked me what I would like to do and mentioned aparticular job
6 Do you think it would be all right if I smoked?
7 Would you like a drink?
8 Would you do me a favour and get rid of this letter I’ve justreceived?
9 Well, you would say that: you’re a man
10 If I were you I would simply ring your friend’s bell and ask for yourbike back
11 Sunday mornings my mother would bake. I’d stand by the fridgeand help
12 Within ten weeks of the introduction, 34 million people wouldhave been reached by our television commercials.
13 My daughter would have been 17 this week if she had lived
14 I would have liked a life in politics
15 I would never have done what they did.
16 Would that he could have listened to his father.
17 Would he always be like this?
18 Once inside, I found that the flat would be perfect for my life inParis
19 He expressed the hope that on Monday elementary schoolswould be reopened
20 I don’t think that he would take such a decision.
21 George decided it was such a rare car that he would only use itfor a few shows
22 He did not think he would marry Beth.
23 It would be wrong to suggest that police officers were notannoyed by acts of indecency
24 It would cost very much more for the four of us to go from Italy.
25 His fans would already be familiar with Caroline
26 That would have been Della’s car
27 He made a promise to his great-grandfather? That would havebeen a long time ago
28 It was half seven; her mother would be annoyed because hewas so late.
29 I think if I went to look at more gardens, I would be better onplanning and designing them
30 A policeman would not live one year if he obeyed theseregulations
1 Who’s there?
2 Police have not been able to find out who was responsible for the forgeries
3 There are those who eat out for a special occasion, or treat themselves
4 Who is the least popular man around here?
5 Who do you work for?
6 Who do you suppose will replace her on the show?
7 ‘You reminded me of somebody.’ — ‘Who?’
8 I went over to start up a conversation, asking her who she knew at the party
9 You know who these people are.
10 The woman, who needs constant attention, is cared for by relatives
11 The hijacker gave himself up to police, who are now questioning him.
12 You can chat to other people who are online.
13 It was I who found him there
14 Yes, I know who you mean. Yes, now I’m with you
15 Who asked for your opinion?
16 I also had friends who gave me a great deal of encouragement
17 My mom was the one who mediated between Zelda and her mom
18 More seriously for him, there are members who say he is wrong on this issue.
19 I was meeting these chaps who were mostly more or less my own age.
20 It would be nice to have someone who really understood me, a friend
21 He has his name in Who’s Who.
22 I have a good friend who’s a teacher
23 Basically I think he would be someone who complemented me in terms of character.
24 I had to keep in with the people who mattered.
25 I hope what I have written will be of benefit to someone else who may feel the same way.
26 For a year I dated a woman who was a research assistant
27 I had a slight altercation with some people who objected to our filming.
28 He apologized to the people who had been affected.
29 Need I remind you who the enemy is?
30 I hope some day you will find the woman who will make you happy
1 What do you want?
2 You can imagine what it would be like driving a car into a brick wall at 30 miles an hour
3 What precisely triggered off yesterday’s riot is still unclear
4 He drinks what is left in his glass as if it were water
5 ‘Dad?’ — ‘What?’ — ‘Can I have the car tonight?’
6 ‘They could paint this place,’ she said. ‘What?’ he asked.
7 What a horrible thing to do
8 It’s, what, eleven years or more since he’s seen him
9 Guess what? I’m going to dinner at Mrs. Combley’s tonight
10 Look at that moon. Is that beautiful or what?
11 ‘I skipped off school today,’ — ‘So what? What’s so special about that?’
12 Tell you what, let’s stay here another day.
13 What about going out with me tomorrow?
14 Now you’ve talked about work on daffodils, what about other commercially important flowers, like roses?
15 ‘This thing with the Corbett woman.’ —’Oh, yeah. What about her? ‘
16 So many things are unsafe these days — milk, cranberry sauce, what have you
17 What if this doesn’t work out?
18 You have to know what’s what and when to draw the line
19 Maybe they are tired, what with all the sleep they’re losing staying up night after night
20 ‘I’m going to have problems sleeping tonight.’ — ‘You what?’
21 ‘Has something happened?’ — ‘Indeed it has.’ — ‘What?’
22 What are the greatest sources of conflict in the Middle East?
23 Hey! What are you doing?
24 I want to know what happened to Norman
25 Do you know what those idiots have done?
26 We had never seen anything like it before and could not see what to do next
27 What I wanted, more than anything, was a few days ‘rest
28 What she does possess is the ability to get straight to the core of a problem.
29 Meanwhile, most young people in the West are expected to leave what could be life’s most momentous decision — marriage — almost entirely up to luck.
1 We both swore we’d be friends ever after
2 We need to take care of our bodies.
3 We will now consider the raw materials from which the body derives energy.
4 We ordered another bottle of champagne
5 Don’t you think we should ask this young man some technical questions?
6 We students outnumbered our teachers.
7 You don’t owe me. I don’t owe you. We’re even.
8 So what can we conclude from this debate?
9 I thought we had been burgled
10 We heard the train coming
11 I had met with him to explain the format of the programme and what we had in mind.
12 I think that we will live together forever
13 We exchanged addresses and Christmas cards
14 We gave him paint and brushes
15 We caught up with the nuns.
16 I can’t remember the last time we went to the cinema
17 We felt we had no home any more, no family, nothing
18 We must help our brethren, it is our duty
19 I guess we’ve already talked about this but I’ll ask you again just in case.
20 We had already established contact with the museum
21 Why is it in this country that we have departed from good educational sense?
22 We believe them to be hidden here in this apartment
23 Their example shows us what we are all capable of.
24 We waited twenty-one years, don’t fail us now.
25 I think that it is not coincidental that we now have arguably the best bookshops in the world.
26 We all have to stay alert
27 We all have our eccentricities.
28 We devised a scheme to help him
29 We tried to call you back but you were engaged.
1 With her were her son and daughter-in-law
2 Serve hot, with pasta or rice and French beans
3 Parents will be able to discuss their child’s progress with their teacher
4 About a thousand students fought with riot police in the capital
5 Remove the meat with a fork and divide it among four plates
6 A man came round with a tray of chocolates
7 He was in his early forties, tall and blond with bright blue eyes
8 I spent a week in bed with flu.
9 His legs were caked with dried mud
10 He was still a little angry with her
11 Our aim is to allow student teachers to become familiar with the classroom
12 He agreed, but with reluctance.
13 With a sigh, she leant back and closed her eyes
14 Gil was white and trembling with anger
15 Joanne stood with her hands on the sink, staring out the window
16 With all the night school courses available, there is no excuse for not getting some sort of training
17 We’re not like them. It’s different with us
18 The risk of developing heart disease increases with the number of cigarettes smoked
19 We left him there to float off with the tide, and told him to follow the coast.
20 Yes, I know who you mean. Yes, now I’m with you
21 ‘I’m with you all the way.’ — ‘Thank you.’
22 She is currently staying with her father at his home.
23 Cookies are just the thing to serve with tall glasses of real lemonade.
24 He walked with her to the front door.
25 He was in an argument with his landlord downstairs.
26 Pack the fruits and nuts into the jars and cover with brandy
27 Doctors are treating him with the drug AZT.
28 A young woman came in with a cup of coffee.
29 They sat at a Formica table cluttered with dirty tea cups.