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A small amount; some
There is no sugar in the sugar bowl, buy you may find
some in the bag.
If the ball had hit the window
harder, it would have broken it.
This sweater scratches
Close to; ready to
about to leave
when the swon began.
I have not gone yet, but
I am about to
-Used with an infinitive in negative sentences
Will she comes with us? asked Bill.
She is no about to
, answered Mary
A small number (of peoople or things); some
The dry weather killed most of Mother`s flowers, but
We thought many people would cometo lunch, but only
Three students have no seats; we need
As a change in plans; anyway.
Bob thought he could not go to the party because he had too much homework, but he went
After a while or in a while.
Later, at some time in the future; after a time that is not short and not long.
Dad, will you help me make this model plane?
After a while
, Jimmy, when I finished reading the newspaper
A small amount.
We thought that the paper was all gone, but
In the same way as: like.
Billy played ball like a champion today,
the professional ball players.
alive and kicking
Very active; vigorous; full of energy.
Grandpa was taken to the hospital with pneumonia, but he was descharged yesterday and is
alive and kicking.
all at once
At the same time; together.
The teacher told the childrens to talk
one at a time
; if they all talked
at one time
, she could not understan them.
Bill can play the piano, sing and lead his orchestra
all at once