1. We often go to the school-run factory for labor.
2. Testing is a complicated problem and long experience is required for its mastery.
1. He was still reluctant to talk substance.
2. Many changes take place during the transformation.
3. Her indifference kept all the visitors away from the exhibition hall.
4. From the evaporation of water people know that liquid can turn into gases under certain conditions.
1. It was a Godsend to him.
2. If you dare to play the fox with me, I’ll shoot you at once.
1. He had slept there before, in July and again in October.
2. Their host carved, poured, served, cut bread, talked, laughed, proposed health.
3. The government is doing its best to ease the tension in that area.
4. Proteins are composed of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen.
5. This report summed up the achievements in technology and education.
1. I hope that the meeting will not be too long, for it will only waste time.
1. And he launched into a speech, eloquently advocating his university of the future.
2. Those were the words that were to make the world blossom for, “like Aaron’s rod, with flowers”.
1. Repeat the experiment using a wooden ruler, a piece of glass, a metal spoon, a coin, a piece of paper, a pin, a plastic comb, a key, a pencil, a tin lid and a rubber eraser.
2. On April 24th 1970, China successfully launched its first man-made earth satellite.
1. But that the old workers helped us, we should have failed.
2. The moving parts of a machine are often oiled so that friction may be greatly reduced.