36. He ran past me.
37. Your essay is off the point.
38. What time do you get home? (“reach” indica dificultad en el logro).
39. …for her family.
40. ... with my schoolmates//fellow students.
41. Her mother is going to pick her up from school. (“Fetch” se usa para recoger cosas, objetos).
42. She had a filial piety. (devoción)
43. We arranged the furniture. (“furniture” es incontable y por lo tanto va siempre en singular)
44. I had to collect the equipment. (“equipment” es incontable, singular)
45. There were three pieces of evidence (“evidence” incontable, singular)
46. She suffers from gastric problems.
47. He presented (“entregó”) the prizes. (“Give away” implica que era algo gratis o sin esfuerzo)
48. Let’s go to see a show (To go + to INF: ir a + INF)
49. We tried to get on the bus (To get on/onto: subirse a un tren/bus/avión,...; To get in/into: subirse a un coche)
50. We went up the stage.
51. When I phoned her, they said that she had already gone back.
52. They talk about the going-ons. (El plural de una palabra compuesta se pone en la última parte).
53. Hand in your work (“Hand in”: entregar tareas, trabajo, etc).
54. She had a fever // She was running a fever.
55. Switch on the light for me.
56. He was sounding his horn at me.
57. We tried to cope with the problem.
58. I was considered a real angel.
59. He was always dependent.
60. His standard has gone down (“go down: empeorar”)
61. Regardless of what has happened....
62. My mother forbade me to go out. (“Forbid: prohibir”)
63. She dressed very attractively.
64. I dressed in my school uniform (“To dress in: ir vestido de...”)
65. I want to emphasise this point // put special emphasis on this point.
66. Even though she was French.
67. I have never seen this before // I jhave seen this before.
68. She had never been to Paris.
69. He was always calling for help.
70. They look forward to providing a friendly service.