The key sentence patterns and phrases knowledge points of the senior high school entrance examination English are sorted out and collected!

There are many phrases and phrases that start with verbs. When reviewing, it should be classified and handled:

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College entrance examination

There are many phrases and phrases that start with verbs. When reviewing, it should be classified and handled:

1. Verb + Preposition

1. look at...look...look like...look after...look after...
2. listen to...listen to... 
3. welcome to...welcome to... 
4. say hello to
5. speak to... speak to...
Such phrases are equivalent to transitive verbs, and must be followed by an object, but whether the object is a noun or a pronoun, it must be placed after the preposition. 

2. Verb + Adverb

The short semantics formed by "verb + adverb" are divided into two categories:
A. verb (vt.) + adverb
1. put on 2. take off 3. write down
Such phrases can take an object. If the object is a noun, it can be placed before and after the adverb; if the object is a personal pronoun, it can only be placed before the adverb. 
b. Verb (vi) + adverb. 
1. come on hurry up 2. get up get up 3. go home
4. come in 5. sit down 6. stand up stand up
Such phrases are intransitive verbs and cannot take an object. 

Three, other types of verb phrases

1.close the door 2.1ook the same 3.go to work/class
4.be ill 5.have a look/seat 6.have supper
7.1ook young 8.go shopping 9.watch TV/games
10. play games

Prepositional Phrase Focus

Phrases formed by "preposition + noun/pronoun" are called prepositional phrases. Now the prepositional phrases commonly used in Unitsl-16 are classified by usage. 

1. in+language/color/clothing, etc., means using a certain language or wearing.... 
2. in + Row/ Team/ Class/ Grade, etc., means "in... row/team/class/grade", etc. 
3. in the morning/ afternoon/ evening/ means "in the morning/afternoon/evening" to wait for a while. 
4. in the desk/ pencil-box/bedroom etc means "in the desk/pencil-box/bedroom". 
5. in the tree means "on the tree (not owned by the tree itself)"; on the tree means "on the tree (owned by the tree itself)". 
6. in the wall means "in the wall (recessed)"; on the wall means "on the wall (referring to the surface of the wall)". 
7. At work (at work)/at school (school)/at home (at home) should note that there is no the in such phrases. 
8. at + time indicates the hour. 
9. like this/that means way, meaning "like...this/that". 
10. The phrase of indicates belonging. 
11. behind/ beside/ near/ under+ nouns, etc., indicating location, location. 
12. From and to mostly indicate direction, the former means "from..." and the latter means "to...". 
In addition, the following phrases must also be mastered. Such as: on duty, after breakfast, at night, at the door, in the middle, in the sky, on one’s bike, etc.

Replay of key sentence patterns

1. I think... means "I think...", a sentence pattern of an opinion or attitude towards someone or something. Its negative type is commonly used I don’t think…,
2. give sth. to sb./ give sb. sth. means "give... to...", the verb give can be followed by a double object, and these two sentence patterns can be used; if the object of the referring thing is a personal pronoun, it can only be use give it/ them to sb.
3. take sb./ sth. to... means "to bring... (send) to...", and it is often grounded later, and it can also pick up people. 
4. One…, the other…/One is…and one is… means “one is…; the other is…” and must be one of the two. 
5. Let sb. do sth. means "to make someone do something". The infinitive of the verb without to is used after the person, and its negative is Don't let sb, do sth., or Let sb. not do sth. In addition, the meaning of Let's and Let us are not exactly the same, the former includes the listener, the latter does not include the listener,
6. help sb. (to) do sth./help sb. with sth. means "to help someone do something", the former uses the infinitive as the object complement, the latter uses the prepositional phrase as the object complement, the two can be interchanged.
7. What about…? /How about…? It means "...how about?" is used to ask or solicit the other person's point of view, opinion, opinion, etc. About is a preposition followed by a noun, pronoun or V-ing. 
8. It's time to do.../ It's time for sth. It means "it's time to do...", where to must be followed by a primitive verb, and for can be followed by a noun or V-ing form. 
9. like to do sth./like doing sth. means "like doing something", the former sentence pattern focuses on specific one-time actions; the latter sentence pattern focuses on habitual actions,
10. ask sb.(not) to do sth. means "to let someone (don't) do something", where ask sb. should be followed by an infinitive,
11. show sb. sth. / show sth. to do. means "showing something to someone". The usage of this sentence pattern is the same as in point 2 above. 
12. introduce sb. to sb. means "introduce someone to another"; introduce to sb. is "to introduce someone".

Quick review of key phrases

1.kinds of various
2. either…or…or…or…, either…or…
3. neither...nor...neither...nor... 
4. Chinese tea without, anything in it
5. take a seat
6. home cooking
7. be famous for
8. on ones way to
9. be sick/ill in hospital
10. at the end of
11. wait for wait
12. in time
13. make one's way to
14. just then
15. first of all
16. go wrong
17. be/get lost
18. make a noise
19. get on
20. get off
21. stand in line
22. waiting room
23. at the head of
24. laugh at
25. throw about littering, throwing away
26. in fact
27. at midnight
28. have a good time=enjoy oneself
29. quarrel with sb.
30. take one’s temperature
31. have/get a pain in
32. have a headache
33. as soon as…
34. feel like doing sth.
35. stop…from doing sth.
36. fall asleep
37. again and again
38. wake up
39. instead of
40. look over inspection
41. take exercise
42. had better(not) do sth.
43. at the weekend
44. on time
45. out of
46. ​​all by oneself
47. lots of=a lot of many
48. no longer/more=not…any longer/more
49. get back
50. sooner or later
51. run away
52. eat up
53. run after catch up
54. take sth. with sb.
55. take(good) care of…=look after…(well)
56. think of
57. keep a diary
58. leave one by oneself
59. harder and harder
60. turn on (lights, radio, gas, etc.)
61. turn off