TAILIEUCHUNG - Tài liệu về Essential idioms in english

Students of english realize very early on in their learning career that prepositions present a problem. They collocate with nouns, adjectives, past participles, and verbs, without rules or logic. | Essential Idioms in English Advanced CONTENTS_ LESSON LESSON LESSON LESSON LESSON LESSON LESSON LESSON LESSON LESSON LESSON LESSON REVIEW-LESSON 28 TO 3 EASY ENGLISH LESSON 28__ to let up to slacken to lessen in intensity to relax or ease one s effort also related idiom to take it easy If the rain doesn t let up soon we won t be able to have our picnic. When Jane is working she never lets up for a moment. Jane should take it easy or she ll get exhausted. to lay off to abstain from stop using as a habit to release or discharge from a job also related idiom to let go S If you re trying to lose weight you should lay off sweet things. If business continues to be slow we will have to lay off some workers. It will be necessary to let the youngest employees go first. to bring out to show or introduce to the public S to make available S Most automobile companies bring out new models each year. My mother brought some snacks out for my friends and me to have. to bring back to return a bought or borrowed item also to take back S To bring back is used when you are speaking at the place that an item is bought or borrowed to take back is used when speaking at another place. Ma am our store policy is that you can bring back the dress as long as you have your sales receipt. You can borrow my car if you promise to bring it back by six o clock. I have to take this book back to the library today. to wait up for to wait until late at night without going to bed Don t wait up for me. I may be back after midnight. We waited up for our son until two o clock in the morning before we called the police. to leave someone or something alone not to disturb to stay away from S also to let alone Leave the baby alone for a while and she may go to sleep. After the cat had scratched Peter .