- Adjectives and Adverbs
- General Grammar
- Verb Tenses
George's wife was angry at him because he could not account for the lipstick on his collar.
You should acquaint yourself with cultures from around the world.
I think I'll stand rather than sit because my hemorrhoids are acting up again
We've decided to add on another bedroom to the house.
I've calculated that over and over, but it just doesn't add up.
The money I lost in the slot machines added up to over three hundred dollars.
George is asking for trouble.
At the end of the date, I asked Mary in.
I asked Mary out again. She refused.
The crowd backed away as the terrorist blew himself up.
The mugger backed down when he saw that Max was carrying a 9mm handgun.
When Steve passed the beautiful girl hitchhiking on the freeway, he immediately stopped the car, backed up, and offered her a ride.
I will back my friends up no matter what they do.
Please be sure to back up your files before you go home each day.
Luckily the pilot bailed out before his plane hit the side of the mountain.
The congressional candidate bailed out of the race because there was no hope that he could raise enough money to win.
Max's uncle bailed him out of the financial problems he was having.
When max does his laundry, instead of folding everything nicely when it?s done, he just balls everything up and throws it in a bag.
Vandals bashed in the windows of my new Lamborghini.
The bully beat the other kids up for their lunch money.