Thinking. Hobby. Unit One: Thinking as a Hobby.
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The stampede of deer shows that danger is near.
At the roar of the tiger, the gang of hunters stampeded.
~ sb into sth / doing sth hustle or frighten sb into rash action
Don’t be ~d into accepting his bargain.
A true historical record; a factual account of God’s divine plan and prophecies. This is the belief of fundamentalists.
… if we were counting heads, the Buddhists were the boys for my money.the boys: people with the same interest;for my money: I bet, I believe, in my opinion…if we were talking about the number of the people, I will bet on the Buddhists (because I believe they are greater in number)
Be severely questioned or interrogated
1 contribute to; tend towards 有助于，倾向于
Frequent exposure to idiomatic English, such as VOA makes for your study at university.
2 head for 走向，向某个方向移动
It is late. We’d better make for home.
3 charge at, rush towards 袭击，攻击，冲向
The bull suddenly made for the girl in red and everybody was shocked.
Do you aspire after knowledge?
The more power they have, the more they aspire to it.
English majors in non-English speaking countries aspire to abandon their native accents and speak pure English.
What do you aspire for at present?
You have gone too far in saying that you’d rather break with the family.
Go far: 1(of person) be successful; do much
He is clever and intelligent, and will go far.
2(of money) buy goods, services,etc.
A hundred does not go so far as it did ten years ago.（现在一百元不如十年前那么顶用了。）
To hear people justify their habit of hunting foxes by claiming that the foxes liked it.To hear our Prime Minister talk about the great benefit we conferred on India by jailing people like Gandhi. To hear American politicians talk about peace and refuse to join the League of Nations. (list) p.25