Vocabulary. Unit 1- Lesson D. accommodate. (1) hold without crowding or inconvenience; have room for The new restaurant will accommodate 128 persons. accommodate. (2) oblige; do a favor for; furnish with something desired.
Unit 1- Lesson D
The new restaurant will accommodate 128 persons.
I’m sorry I have no pen to lend you. Ask Norman. Perhaps he can accommodate you.
Now I see how foolish I was to apprehend the outcome of the test. I passed easily.
The escaped prisoner was apprehended as he tried to cross the border.
Some of the residents are hostile to new ways; they cleave to the customs and traditions of the past.
I answered all questions truthfully, for I had nothing to conceal.
If you are not content with the merchandise, you may return it for an exchange or a refund.
The last time we were late for the party, I was the culprit. I wasn’t ready when you called for me.
The new director hoped to reduce expenses by eliminating unnecessary jobs.
Bea meant it when she said she was quitting the team. She was not being facetious.
Why not take the elevator? Climbing the stairs will fatigue you.
When Phil disputes my answer or I question his, we take it to our math teacher. We consider her judgment infallible.
The shoplifter was apprehended after pilfering several small articles.
If your brother misbehaves, you have no right to punish him; that is your parents’ province.
I could have given a much better answer if I had had time to reflect.
If found guilty, a person may appeal to a higher court in the hope that it will reverse the verdict.
Nonswimmers must use the shallow part of the pool.
Margie Mason already had enough help; additional help would be superfluous.
At the end of the third quarter, the visitors were ahead by 18 points, a lead that our team was unable to surmount.
In the United States today, the urban population far outnumbers the farm population.
Lost; Tan cat answering to “Tiger.” Vicinity of Main Street and First Avenue. Reward. 912-0146.
Ruth is studying to be a nurse. Bob plans to enter teaching. I, however, have not yet chosen a vocation.
(A) conceal (B) intimidate (C) apprehend (D) annul
(A) turning (B) clinging (C) excluding (D) joking
(A) necessary (B) additional (C) witty (D) needless
(A) not filled (B) empty (C) deep (D) not deep
(A) reflect (B) rest (C) withdraw (D) change
(A) judgment (B) province (C) knowledge (D) ability
(A) victim (B) enemy (C) crony (D) offender
(A) do a favor (B) remove (C) get together (D) let go
(A) full (B) displeased (C) satisfied (D) unhappy
(A) thief (B) jeopardy (C) criminal (D) novice