9.on the side
12.make the best of
2.stood up for
5.let (us) down
1.are fully confident that the Americans will not be able to justify their measures to protect the
struggling American steel industry.
2.in the eyes of Joe Klein, staff writer of the New Yorker and author of The Nature, the most
talented politician of his generation and the most compelling.
3.people are really intent on destroying themselves with drugs.
4.could forge a completely different approach to life
5.is our conviction that cloning of human beings is bound to cause many ethical and social
problems in the long run.
1.As for; do not compel; capture of; have forged
2.At huge risk; the mission; shelter
3.who abolished; In the eyes of; racial
1.I’ll tell you in a minute how I have attained the genuine sense of belonging in America, but
first let me hear about your French trip.
2.Most McDonald’s look almost the same on the outside, but actually there are about 16
different basic designs.
3.Loaning money from the banks is but one of the methods we can use to get through a financial
4.This second-hand car has been nothing but trouble; it’s always breaking down.
5.In your resume you’ve mentioned everything but one vital point.
6.Our technicians have discovered a simple but effective solution to the problem.
7.I am sorry, but I think you shouldn’t have lingered on over coffee and missed the last but.
8.The bankruptcy of the company was not caused by evil, but by simple ignorance.
8.In the eyes of
1.Though greatly affected by the consequences of the global financial crisis, we are still
confident that we can face up to the challenge and overcome the crises.
2.Under threat of constant sand storms, we were compelled to leave our cherished village and
move to the new settlement
3.According to a recent online survey, a lot of consumers say they may be motivated to consider
buying products shown in TV commercials.
4.Having spotted a truck driver dumping contaminated waste alongside the river, the old man
reported to the police at once.
5.Some scientists hold to the firm conviction that people will come to like genetically modified
crops someday since they can increase yields and help combat hunger and disease in the
Shortly after he achieved freedom Henson became intent on assisting fugitive slaves. He secretly returned the United States from Canada several times to help others to travel the Underground Railroad to freedom. Once some slave catchers closed in on the escaping slaves and Henson when they were on the run. He disguised them and successfully avoided capture. Later he built a small settlement in Dresden, Canada for escaped slaves, setting up a chapel and a school. He held to the conviction that slavery would be abolished, and the day was bound to come when racial discrimination no longer existed.
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