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BEC Z(01)

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1.a change of pace ׃Q

You cant do these chemistry experiments all day long. You certainly need a change of pace.

2. a far cry from h

The published book is far cry from the early manuscript.

3. and how Ĵ_

A: Shes a good dancer.

B: and how.

4. a matter of time rg}

It is only a matter of time.

5. a phone call away һԒ֮hԸ^æ

If you need my help. do let me know. Just remember I am a phone call away.

6. a while back ǰ

7.all along һֱ

I knew it all along.

8. anything but ^

I was anything but happy about going.

9. account for

How do you account for it?

10. after all

A: Ive just seen the X-rays and your teeth look just fine.

B: I see. Then there is nothing to worry about after all.

11. allergic to ^

Oh man! Something in this room is making my eyes itch, I must be allergic to something.

12. at sbs service Ըij˷

I am at your service at any time.

13. around the clock 24Сrͣ

Martha studied around the clock for management exam.

14. as far as I know ֪

15at home with ..Ϥ

She is at home with problems like this.

16. back out

1) ˳

A: Wasnt Bert supposed to sing tonight?

B: Yes. but he backed out at last minute


She finally backed out of her promise.

17. be cut out for m

Im not cut out to be a hero.

18. be absorbed in

She has been absorbed in a horror fiction. I cant tear her away.

19. be addicted to ϰa

She has been addicted to drugs for years.

20. be attached to и

A: Im amazed that you are still driving that old car of yours. I thought you would have gotten rid of it years ago.

B: It runs well and Ive actually been quite attached to it.

21. back up

1) ۷e

The subway is running behind schedule. and traffic is backed up for blocks. I dont know if well make the 6:30 show.

2) ֧

Ill back it up.

22. be bound for ط

The bus is bound for New England.

23. be (feel) myself ҵ

Im feeling myself again.

24. be burned up

She was really burned up at the news.

25. be hard up for

Im hard up for clothes, but I have a lot of books.

BEC Z02)

6 be head and shoulders above SࡡIn calculus Joe is head and shoulders above his classmates 27be in the dark ڹA: Do you have any idea what h

6. be head and shoulders above S

In calculus. Joe is head and shoulders above his classmates.

27be in the dark ڹ

A: Do you have any idea what his notice is about?

B: Im as in the dark as you are.

28be stuck ס

I cant get this window open. Its stuck.

29. bite off more than one can chew. ؝

A: I hear youre taking an advanced physics course this semester.

B: I think Ive bitten off more than I can chew.

30. break new ground µͻ

His architectural design broke new ground in the field.

31benefit concert

We need to let everyone know about the benefit concert, but we dont have much money for advertising.

32. busy signal ռ

Ive been calling David for the past half hour, but I keep getting a busy signal.

33.between you and me ֮g

34call for


Tom just called for you.


The forecast calls for heavy rain again tonight. Arent you glad well be getting away from this for a week?


Its probably in the new part of town. Well have to call for directions.

35. call it a day ʹ˽Y

A: Im really glad our club decides to raise money for the childrens hospital and most of the people weve phoned seemed happy to contribute.

B: Yeah. I agree. Now weve gone through all the numbers on our list now, so I guess we can call it a day.

36.cash the check F֧Ʊ

Have your sister cashed her paycheck?

37.clear off ʰ

Its about time we clear off the desk.

38.come down (ѩ)

The heavy rain is coming down. now.

39. come in first in the race ِһ

Not only did Jill come in first in the race but she also had her best running time of the season.

40.come what may

Well pick you up tomorrow at eight. come what may.

41.cost somebody an arm and a leg

A: Did you see the diamond ring Bill gave to Linda?

B: I sure did. It must have cost him an arm and a leg.

42. cut it out ]

I told you to cut it out.

43.be cut out for r

Dr. Hamilton doesnt feel Larry is cut out for the medical profession.

44.department chair ϵ

I didnt write that memo to the department chair.

45.dirt cheap dz

A: Youve already furnished your apartment?

B: Ive found some used furniture that was dirt cheap.

46. do with á..; do without ]СҲ

You can do with your girlfriend.

You can do without your girlfriend

47. dog tired ؄eͬxrun down; worn out; out of steam

Im dog tired these days. Im working on seven articles.

48. down jacket q

49drive somebody up the wall ׌ij˰l;ͬxdrive somebody out of ones mind

The sound of all that raffic is driving me out of my mind.

50. fall back on ه

A: Were you able to understand that French novel without any help from the teacher?

B: I did pretty well. but I had to fall back on my dictionary occasionally.

BEC Z(03)

51 fill a prescription ̎ץˎWould you please fill this prescription for me?52 fill in for ; ͬxfill ones place(position shoes); take the pla

51. fill a prescription ̎ץˎ

Would you please fill this prescription for me?

52. fill in for ; ͬxfill ones place(position. shoes); take the place of; take over

Dave. can you fill in for me tonight at the restaurant? Id like to go out of town.

53.food for thought ˼Ė|;ͬxthought-provoking

There is a lot food for thought in what he had to say.

54.for nothing M

To pay to see that movie would be foolish. when you can see it on TV for nothing.

55.from top to bottom ϵ

A: Maybe you lost your wallet in this room.

B: Ive searched it from top to bottom.

56. get of on the wrong foot _ʼe

I got off on the wrong foot. and I dont have any idea which way to turn now.

57.get a lot out of something ġWܶ

The training program was difficult,but she got a lot out of it.

58. get at f

Do you understand what Im getting at?

59. get away with ..[ÓP

A: Did you know that Bob is leaving for home tonight? He isnt planning to take his final exams.

B: He cant get away with that

60.get going soЄ; ͬxget moving

A: It looks like we wont have enough time to do all we wanted to.

B: Who says we wont? lets get going.

61. get on ones nerve ij

A: Why did you come to the meeting late? I left a message with your roommate about the time change.

B: She has a very short memory and it really gets on my nerve sometimes.

62. get started on _ʼ

We should get started on the project.

63. get time off from work Ĺгrg

Oh. so she was able to get time off from the work.

64.give credibility to

A: did you hear about Jim?

B: I wouldnt give that rumor any credibility.

65.go easy on غ͌

Well. since its your first and only ticket. the judge will probably go easy on you.

66.go in one ear and out the other һMһ

Well. you know Mike. everythings in one ear and out the other.

67.go jogging ȥܲ

Are you ready to go jogging?

68.go to ones head ijؓ

A: Have you noticed how Johns changed since he became student government president?

B: I think the whole thing has gone to his head. and he used to be so sociable and open.

69.got the time c

A: Got the time?

B: Its a little after ten.

70. graduation announcements IYՈ

Have you ordered your graduation announcements?

71.graon about Թ

How come Michaels always groaning about something?

72.guest lecturer

The only person who understood the guest lecturer was the professor.

73.hand-me-down ͵Ė|

A: What a gorgeous jacket. It must have cost a fortune.

B: Not at all. Its a hand-me-down.

74.hand down 練

Lee won the chess match hands down.

75.have a way with L

Bonnie really has a way with words.

BEC Z(04)

76 have had it with ̎ڡI’ve had it with being sick in bed I’ve read most of these magazines twice 77 head and shoulders above ߳SࡡIn comp

76.have had it with ̎

Ive had it with being sick in bed. Ive read most of these magazines twice.

77. head and shoulders above ߳S

In computer programming. Susan is head and shoulders above the rest of us.

78. hit the spots ؄e

This lemonade sure hits the spots.

79. hold the grudge ӛ

A: I wish I hadnt hurt Marys feelings like that. You know I never meant to.

B: The great thing about Mary is that she doesnt hold the grudge.

80. I have no idea which way to turn Ҳ֪ԓôk

81. I have seen worse Ҋ^

82. in advance ǰ;ͬxbefore hand. ahead of time

Its a really nice apartment. But the owners want two-month rent in advance and I just don t have it.

83. in case fһ

Lets take our suits along in case the sun comes out.

84. in next to no time R

A: Are you going to be using the copying machine long?

B: Ill be through in next to no time.

85. in the red xin the black

86.in the works ڜʂA

An advanced course in theoretical chemistry is the works.

87. keep to oneself

Im amazed that you still havent gotten to know your neighbors.

88. kill time Mrg

Gosh. what can we do to kill the next 10 hours?

89. leaveup to somebody

Well have to leave the decision up to him.

90. letter of recommendation ];letter of reference ]

91. look on the bright sides of things Ĺ

92. no kidding _Ц

93. on the tip of ones tongue

A: Are you sure you cant remember the name of that record?

B: Its just on the tip of my tongue!

94. quitting time nrg

Im glad its almost quitting time.

95. take it over

Don failed physics and had to take it over.

96. than necessary ȑԓҪ

The lab was cooler than necessary.

97. Thats easer said than done. fy

98. There is nothing to it. ]ʲô

I can run this projector. Theres really nothing to it.

99. with flying colors ɹ

A: How did Ellen do on her American History exam?

B: She passed with flying colors.

100. You can bet your life Ȼ

A: Will Prof. Smith come to class on time?

B: You can bet your life.

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