- 白天几乎看不 到猫头鹰
- You hardly ever see owls in the daytime.
- Let me be quite blunt (with you) your work is appalling.
- Most of us see everything in colour all our lives, and we base quite a large number of our daily actions on colour information.
- First Blood will attract the crowds, whatever its quality, provided that it gets played up in the right way.
- "The new secretary is a quick, efficient worker, and the boss is quite satisfied with her."
- `Hear with one's ears' and `divide into four quarters' are pleonasms.
- She is quite eclipsed by her clever younger sister.
- "Fortunately, the planes appear to be quite safe."
- "不要绝望，" 奥利?/em>ニ担?咱们还有办法。
- "Never say die!" said Oliver, "we have an arrow left in our quiver."
- "住嘴！" 他喊着， "卫兵！把她带走。带回888号监狱去。"
- "Be quiet!" he said. "Guards! Take her away. Back to888."
- "我很愿意照我说的话做-把孩子们领下大厅来，而你跟在后面走。" "就按你说的办吧。" 她说道。
- "I'm quite willing to do as I say-just bring the children down into the Hall, and you can hover about among the back row." "Anything for a quiet life, " she said.
- "你看来不那么笨嘛" 是一
- "You are not quite such a fool as you look", is a left handed compliment.
- "In the first quarter of last year everyone went into inventory control mode" said calum macrae of pwc which compiled the figures based on national industry data and its own estimates.
- "Talk show queen" oprah winfrey was born in kosciusko mississippi.
- ( Grammar) referring to or qualifying another sentence element.