Have you ever seen the man who is standing outside the door of Julie?
The peasant leaned against the tree to have a rest.
The four boys formed a band and often sat together to practice the music they made themselves.
The child lay on the floor and refused to stand up whatever his mother said.
Only the man who crawled out of the burning house survived
I scrambled up the cliff for a better look at the sea.
Having rushed home in the rain, he got drenched to the skin and shivered with cold constantly.
8).shake v.摇头 He shook his head to the plan that his wife proposed.
9).smile v.微笑 n.微笑，笑容
When she smiled she exposed a set of perfect white teeth.
Wipe that smirk off your face!
The boy grimaced at his stepmother and ran out of the room immediately.
The teacher frowned angrily at the noisy class
He felt very sad when he looked at the portrait of his dead wife.
She stared at the young man for a long time, which made him very nervous.
She peers through the mist, trying to find the way home.
The caretaker glared furiously at those naughty boys who had just broken the light of the stairwell.
My friend glimpsed at my new shoes and said they were a good bargain.
She worshipped that guy and refused to listen to any criticism of him.
She said that she could discriminate the wine only by smelling.
The wind was so fierce that we could hardly breathe.
Human beings can't respire under water.
He puffed a little after climbing onto the top of the mountain.
He ate the fruit salad that was prepared for the guests.
24).bite v.咬，叮 n.咬，一口
From promised that his dog didn't bite but l was still afraid to approach it.
You can blow out all the candles on the birthday cake with a single puff, can't you?
26).cry v.哭，悲哀 n.哭，喊
The little girl began to cry because she didn't get the doll she wanted.
The girl began to sniffle and cough.
He began slavering when the delicious food was served on the table.
Baby has slobbered his bib.
She bitted off a mouthful of the moldy bread and then spat it out immediately.
My fourteen-month-old niece begins to yawn around nine o'clock every night.
The dog snarled at the stranger.
The two brothers hugged each other tightly when they met after having been apart for thirty years.
It was very funny that he held the big teddy bear in his arms.
Having heard that somebody was knocking, she pulled the door open but found that nobody was outside.
You'd better not touch his things, or he will shout at you.
The father was so angry that he hit his son on the head with the book he was reading.
In order to evict the tenant, she threw his suitcase out from the window.
lf you have any question, raise your hand, please.
When the performance was over, the dancers bowed to the audience who applauded loudly.
He bent to pick up all the coins one by one that he had dropped on the ground carelessly.
He crouched behind the garbage bin to avoid being seen by his creditor who had been chasing after him for three months.
43).walk v.走，步行; n.散步，步行
The baby became more troublesome since she could walk.
The thief crept along the corridor
Don't shuffle your feet like that! Lift them properly.
Seeing that her mother came, she immediately ran down to meet her.
He began to miss his home when he stepped onto the ship to Hong Kong.