We have to know that poem by heart.
by mistake = (in error)
He made a telephone call by mistake.
by oneself = (alone)
Jack did the work by himself. No one helped him.
by the way = (incidentally)
By the way, have you seen George in London ?
to call down = (to scold, reprimand)
Don’t call Mary down for that mistake. I am sure she did not do it on purpose.
to call for = (to go to get, pick up)
يعرج على شخص كي يذهب معه لمكان آخر
He promised to call for Ann at six o’clock.
to call off = (to cancel)
The flight between the two states will be called off temporarily.
to call on = (to visit)
يزور زيارة قصيرة
Last night several friends called on us.
to call up = (to telephone, phone, ring up)
Did Martin call me up last night ?
to carry out = ( to complete, accomplish)
The engineer carried out this plan without difficulty.
to catch cold = (to become sick with the cold)
If you go out in this rain, you will certainly catch cold.
to catch fire = (to begin to burn)
No one seems to know how the building caught fire.
to catch on = (to understand. particularly to grasp the meaning of a humorous story)
يدرك أو يفهم الفكرة
Did you catch on what Richard said ?
to check out = (leaving time, (a hotel)
يسجل مغادرة ، يدفع حساب الفندق ويغادره
The tourist checked out at 11 a.m.
to check up = (to examine, check, inspect)
Susan is going to doctor to have a general check up.
to cheer up = (to make happier, inspire)
I have some news which I am sure will cheer you up.
to come about = (to happen, result)
How did the accident come about ?
to come across = (to find by chance, or meet unexpectedly)
While I was going to Madrid, I came across my friend Martin.
to come to = (to revive)
يفيق من غيبوبة
At first we thought the man was dead but soon he came to.
to come true = (to prove to be true or correct)
What the radio said about the weather for today has certainly come true.
to cross out = (to cancel – often by marking with crosses, omit)
Why did you cross out the last line of your composition?
to cut in = (to interrupt, enter sharply into the path of another)
يقاطع شخصا أثناء الحديث
We were talking quietly when she cut in.
to cut off = (to remove by cutting the ends -- also to terminate abruptly)
The rope was too long; so we cut off about six feet of it.
to cut out = (to remove by cutting – also to stop doing something)
يبتر ، ينقطع عن ، يترك
I wish I could cut out smoking.
to die away = (to diminish gradually in the distance, referring to sound)
يضمحل ، يزول ، يتلاشى
The sound of the horn on the excursion train slowly died away.
to die down = (to decrease, lessen in intensity)
يتناقص ، يتضاءل
The room seemed warm enough: so we let the fire die down.
to die out = (to disappear gradually but completely)
يزول ، ينقرض ، يختفي
The style of that sport died out years ago.
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