A: There is no need to bellow orders at me.
B: Sorry, but I did not think that you would hear me unless I shouted.
A: The fire is going out. What should I do?
B: Use the bellows to blow air onto it.
vi. 1.咆哮，怒吼; 2.(公牛般地)吼叫
n. 1.喊声，咆哮; 2.[~ s]风箱
A: I have a pain in my belly.
B: Well, you should have bad breakfast.
A: Thank you for the beautiful present, you are far too benevolent.
B: You are most welcome. Kindness is not a complaint.
A: The test results have come back and the lump was benign.
B: Thanks, Doctor. I was so worried.
a. 1.善良的，慈祥的; 2.(肿瘤等)良性的,无危险的
A: I read in the newspaper that the city was besieged by unexpected attack.
B: Oh, I never trust the newspapers.
vt. 1.围攻，围困; 2.围住，拥在…周围
A: I bestow this gift upon you as a sign of my gratitude and thanks.
B: You are too generous.
A: Why are you looking so upset?
B: My girlfriend has just betrayed me.
vt.1.背叛，出卖; 2.失信于,辜负; 3.泄露(秘密等); 4.(非故意地)暴露，显露
A: Would you like a hot beverage, Richard?
B: No thanks, Peter. I just had a coffee.
A: I was bitten on the leg as I walked through the gate.
B: Did you not read the sign, “Beware of the Dog” ?
A: Every time I look at the night sky I am bewildered by the stars.
B: Me too, they are fascinating.
A: It is difficult to write this article without being biased.
B: Well, make sure you look at the issue from both sides before you start.
A: Now students, make sure you include a complete bibliography at the end of your work.
B: But that takes so much time.
n. 1.参考书目; 2.(有关某一专题的)书目
A: Did you hear about the new bilateral agreement between Russia and France?
B: No, not yet, I have not listened to the news today.
A: Did anyone call the fire brigade when the fire was detected?
B: yes, but when they arrived it was too late, the smoke was already billowing out of the windows.
A: Please don’t throw your rubbish on the ground, there is a bin beside the door.
B: Oh, sorry, I did not see it.
n. 1.垃圾箱; 2.大贮藏箱