Module3 学案 www.12999.com 1. occur: vi eg: Many accidents occur in the home. Sth. occur to sb.→It occur to sb. that/to do eg: 1. It suddenly occurred to me that I hadn?t seen Peter all day. 2.
I suppose it never occurred to you to phone the police. 2. pick up: eg: 1. She picked up Japanese when she was in Japan. 2. The bus stopped to pick up passengers. 3. A bite of something might pick you up. 4. The train was gradually picking up speed. 3. leave: vt leave+sb./sth. in/on… leave+sth.+adj./adv./doing/done eg: 1. Who left the door open last night? 2. You?d better leave things where you will find them again. 3. He left the TV on all night. 4. With these words, he went out, leaving the child crying there. 5.Nothing was left undone. 4. cause: (1) vt cause+sth./sb.sth./sb./sth. to do eg: 1. Heavy traffic is causing long delays on the freeway. 2. This car caused me a lot of trouble. 3. His illness caused him to miss the game. (2) n. cause+of cause and effect eg: Carelessness is often the cause of fires. (u)n.+for/to do eg: You have no cause for complaint. (c)n. eg: They are fighting for a good cause. 5. strike: eg: 1.He struck the table with his fist. 2.The ship struck a rock. vt. eg: 1. The church clock began to strike twelve. 2. An earthquake struck/hit Wenchuan on 12th May 2008. 3. A good idea struck me. 4. It struck me that =It occurred to me that… strike a match strike home strike a bargain strike while the iron is hot (c)n. go on strike /be on strike call a strike hunger stri