1.【SynthiaZhang 740（Q51 V39），】
62).其中有一个是with the goal ……同学们可以看看with的用法
Ø You were right about the hotel being too crowded.
Ø Am I right in thinking that you two have met before?
Ø A huge development like this isn’t right for such a small village.
put/set something right (= correct something )
Ø It didn’t take long to find the fault and put it right.
right to do something
Ø Do you think I was right to report them to the police?
it is right that
Ø I think it’s right that the people who work hardest should earn the most.
quite right (= completely right ) absolutely right exactly right half/partly right
get something right For once, he got my name right.
be proved right We warned that it would not work, and we have been proved right.
be right in saying/thinking etc I think I’m right in saying they once employed 2000 people.
right in/in front of/by etc something
Ø She was standing right in the middle of the room.
Ø It’s on right after the six o'clock news.
Ø I’ll phone him right away (= immediately ) .
Ø I could tell right off that something was wrong.
right off the bat American English (= immediately, without having to think carefully )
Kay answered right off the bat.
right now now, or immediately :
right along/through/around etc all the way along, through etc :
Ø Go right to the end of the road.
Ø We don’t have to go right into town.
Ø I slept soundly right through the night.
right, left, and centre British English , right and left American English everywhere or in every way :
Ø The company’s losing money right, left and centre.
Ø The new charter establishes the rights and duties of citizens.
Ø Everyone should have the right to freedom of expression.
right to do something
Ø You have the right to consult a lawyer.
Ø The money is yours by right.
within your rights (= legally or morally allowed )
Ø You would be within your rights to sue the company for negligence. → civil rights , human rights
have a right to be angry/concerned/suspicious etc to have a good reason for being angry, concerned etc :
Ø I think you have a right to feel very disappointed.
Ø You had every right to be angry with them.
have no right to do something used to say that someone’s action is completely unreasonable or unfair :
Ø You had no right to take money from my purse!
Ø He has no right to speak to me like that!
the right/sb’s right the side of your body that has the hand that most people write with, or this side of anything else OPP left
on/to the right (of something)
Ø Our car is just to the right of that white van.
on/to sb’s right
Ø The school is on your right as you come into the village.
Ø The studio bought the rights to his new book.
Ø The company paid £2 million for film rights to the book.
the television rights to the Olympic Games
be in the right to have the best reasons, arguments etc in a disagreement with someone else :
Ø Both sides are convinced that they are in the right.
in your own right used to say that you have something or achieve something on your own, without depending on other people :
Ø She’s a very wealthy woman in her own right.
put something to rights to make a place or situation return to normal again :
It took ages to put the room to rights again.
the rights and wrongs of something the subject of what or who is right or wrong in a situation :
Ø I don’t want to spend ages discussing the rights and wrongs of all this.
64).有一道题Like,比较纠结……有一个选项是like sb, sb includes studies ……；另外一个选项是like sb's study, sb's ……
The dash (-) is a flexible punctuation mark that the GMAT occasionally employs. You can
use a dash as an emphatic comma, semicolon or colon.
Right: By January 2, 2000, the so-called "Y2K problem” was already widely considered a joke--although the reason for the non-event was the huge corporate and governmental investment in prior countermeasures.
In the case above, either a comma or a dash would be correct. Sometimes, a dash is preferred.
For instance, you should use dashes to separate an appositive from an item in a list:
Right: My three best friends-Danny, Jimmy, and Joey-and I went skiing.
If you used commas in this sentence, you might think that gym people were going skiing.
You can also use the dash to restate or explain an earlier part of the sentence. Unlike the colon, the dash does not need to be immediately preceded by the part needing explanation.
Right: Post-MBA compensation for investment bankers tends to surge far ahead of that for management consultants-by tens, if not hundreds, of thousands of dollars a year.
The phrase after the dash (by tens... a year) explains the word for in the phrase for ahead. In comparison, a colon would not work so well here.
In short, you cannot really go wrong with a dash!
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