Let's clean their room first and then ours.
We paid ￡10 , 000 for the shop, and ￡2000 for its goodwill.
Swords brandished and banners waved.
Summers in Washington bring murderous heat and humidity.
They loaded themselves with food, medical supplies, and oxygen equipment.
Courtesy costs little and means much.
Hearing that there was an emergency case, the doctor put down his chopsticks and left at once.
Probity and purity will command respect everywhere.
He hates leaving the office and going on holiday.
There are two types of participle in English: the past participle and the present participle.
With her speed and agility, Cage cut out all her competitors in the hurdle race.
His actions since that morning have been eccentric and unpredictable.
We ought to face the world and brave the storm.
The autumn moon has always been a favourite with poets and lovers of nature.
One way and another I'm going to finish this work before the end of the month.
He consulted a number of relevant books and periodicals.
He is very ill and keeps asking for his daughter.
They refused to be enslaved and rose in struggle.
She supplements her diet with eggs and fruit.
The police are guardians of law and order.
It's a pity the room has no north window and you don't get a draught.
He fought many hard battles and achieved notable merits , but he remains humble in spirits.
The revised edition is to all intents and purposes a new book.
Sylvia does not get on with the supervisor and the danger is that he will trump up some charge to discredit her.
" Go and join the army,'said his wife. " I won't hinder you. "
This is due to the enemy's underestimation of China and also to his shortage of troops.
Now he was dead, and I could not get away from my sadness.
The bridegroom asked the guests to stand and then toasted the bridesmaids.
either or both of two stated possibilities
audio and/or video components.
cop and heel
He jumped into a car and made his cop and heal.
nail em and jail em
Old nail-em-and-jail-em is going to be knocking at your door any day now.
salt and pepper
We achieved a salt and pepper agreement that made everyone happy.
a salt and pepper neighborhood in Detroit
This salt and pepper is oregano, I think.
up and up
It' s an up-and-up place.
Everything I do is on the up-and-up. I am totally honest.
fleas and ants
sam and dave
Mike got hit by Sam and Dave last night.
jive and juke
We'll jive and juke in this summer vacation.
play fast and loose with somebody
He was playing fast and loose with his girlfriend. So she left him.
rank and file
The rank and file will vote on it tomorrow.
sick lame and lazy
Do you know why he always was the sick lame and lazy?
beer and skittles
Did you think life was all beer and skittles?
pickem up and layem down
Pick'em up and lay'em down for the doctor.
He picked'em up and laid'em down his feel tired.
wooden and water joey
You might consider taking a job here with me, wooden-and-water joey，general rouseabout.
dog and pony act
Bring them in here and do a dog and pony act.
Wally was there with his dog and pony show about water safety.
cock and bull
This newspaper account is a cock-and-bull.
He gives me this cock-and-bull story about six flat tyres.
high and dry
Here I sit high and dry—no food, no money, no nothing.
The old man was left high and dry.
one and only
My one and only!What am I going to do if you turn me down when I'm so crazy over you?
cough and a spit
He played a cough and a spit in this show.
down and dirty
a down and dirty campaign
There is relatively little information about and, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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