完成 " L " 開頭單字及例句
lack 缺乏 ; 缺少 ; 不足
[Ex] 1. The new plan lacks time and money to complete it on schedule.
[補充] 1. I don't seem to lack anything.
2. We lacked food.
last 持久 ; 最後
[Ex] 1. I just wonder how long the meeting will last.
2. Last but not least, I want to highlight one thing for you.
3. It is something like the last straw breaking the camel's back.
[補充] < vi. >
How long will the meeting last?
The storm lasted three days.
These shoes will last.
That coat will last if you take care of it.
Our water will not last long.
< vt. >
He is very ill, and isn't expected to last the night.
The food will last us a few more days.
This will last me a week.
[Ex] 1. He who laughs last laughs best.
[補充] 1. They laughed at their own failure.
2. The jokes made everyone laugh.
3. The streamlet laughs in the sunshine.
4. My brother laughed at all I had suggested.
5. The poor actor was laughed off the stage.
6. They laughed her out of her ill temper.
[Ex] 1. Our hens in the yard lay eggs almost everyday.
2. Don't lay the blame on me.
[補充] 1. Please lay the packages on the table.
2. The black hen lays an egg a day.
3. He laid his failure to his lack of experience.
4. They laid the blame on him.
5. The wheat was laid flat by the wind and rain.
leap 跳躍 ; 躍進
[Ex] 1. My son likes to leap down from the bed.
2. The thief leaped the fence and escaped.
[補充] 1. The fish leaped out of water and landed on the shore.
2. He leaped the horse across the ditch.
3. He leaped a horse over a hedge.
lead 引導 ; 導向
[Ex] 1. There is a saying that say, " all roads lead to Rome."
[補充] 1. She led me into the drawing-room.
2. What led him to resign his office?
3. They will let the young man lead the fight.
4. You lead and we'll follow.
5. That door leads into the garden.
6. A pipe leads water to the house.
7. What led you to this conclusion?
[Ex] 1. You'd better learn what to do in case of a fire.
[補充] 1. The boy has learnt to read.
2. He has learnt a new skill.
3. My brother is learning English now.
4. I learn that he is going to resign.
5. I have learned all about it.
6. I learned from his letter that he was in Spain.
7. Why don't you learn from my mistakes?
8. I regret to learn of your illness.
leave 留下 ; 離開
[Ex] 1. He felt a terrific sense of freedom when he left the company.
2. How often do buses leave ? They leave every thirty minutes.
3. What about this waste bucket ? Leave it where you found it.
4. She is on leave today.
[補充] 1. I've left my books in the classroom.
2. Mr. Smith left the room at two o'clock.
3. Mary left school last year and she is working in a shop now.
4. He left Taipei two days ago.
5. We will leave for London next week.
6. I won't leave until tomorrow.
[Ex] 1. Can you lend me $10,000 next week ?
I need it badly.
[補充] 1. Could you lend me your dictionary?
2. He used to lend money at an extremely high rate of interest.
3. I'll lend you the money. (=I'll lend the money to you.)
let 讓 ; 允許
[Ex] 1. I wanted to go out for a date, but my father would not let me go.
[補充] 1. She would not let the child do it.
2. Her father will not let her go to the dance.
3. Let you and me try now.
4. Let each man decide for himself.
5. Let him do what he likes, I don't care.
6. Please let us buy you a drink!
[Ex] 1. No one likes her because she is fond of licking the president's boot.
[補充] 1. The dog licks his master's hand.
2. The cat licks milks.
3. The first flickers of fire licked the dry timber.
4. The flames are licking out of windows.
lie 躺 ; 迎向
[Ex] 1. The door of education lies open to all without race discrimination.
[補充] 1. His hat and gloves were lying on the table.
2. He lay down for a rest.
3. The city lies before us.
[Ex] 1. He lied about his age.
2. The witness lied to the jury.
3. He lied himself out of trouble.
lighten 閃電 ; 減輕 ; 變亮
[Ex] 1. To the best of my knowledge , lightning never strikes twice in the
2. Computers have lightened our workload a lot, but there are side
3. I went to the hair salon and lightened my hair color.
[補充] 1. The little girl is afraid of thunder and lightning.
2. He lightened his bag by taking out some books.
3. Touches of humor lightened the lecture.
4. Her heart lightened when she heard the news.
5. When the storm ended the sky lightened.
6. More lamps will lighten the gloomy room.
like (動詞) 喜歡 ; (介詞) 像
[Ex] 1. Do you like your job ? Sometimes I hate it.
2. How do you like your coffee ? Black, please.
With suger and milk, please .
3. What would you like your steak done ? Rare, medium ,
well-done, which one ?
4. What a nice home ! I'm glad you like it .
5. Which do you like better ? Neither. / Both. / This one.
6. Would you like another cup of lemonade ? No more, thank you.
/ Yes, please.
7. They are like two peas in a pod.
8. My advice to him is just like water off a duck's back.
[補充] 1. She likes playing the piano(playing tennis).
2. He doesn't like tomatoes.
3. I don't like his speaking like that.
4. He would like you to make that trip.
5. I should like to go there.
6. You can do exactly as you like.
7. They are like brothers and sisters.
8. Dick acts like a gentleman.
9. He does well in subjects like history and philosophy.
[Ex] 1. I already told you I don't want to listen.
Must you be so stubborn ?
[補充] 1. She's listening to the radio.
2. Each night after dinner we like to listen to the news.
3. Children should listen to their parents.
4. He never listens to what we say.
5. We may hear without listening, and we may listen without hearing.
live 生活 ; 生存
[Ex] 1. She makes her living by working as a waitress at the restaurant.
[補充] 1. Was he still living when the doctor arrived?
2. She lives about ten miles from my house.
3. The family lived on relief.
4. I want to live, not just to exist.
5. That young man lived a life of luxury.
look 眼看 ; 看起來
[Ex] 1. I looked up prayerfully at the sky.
2. Why do you look so happy ? Because I have a date today.
3. You look pale. What's wrong ? I have a headache.
[補充] 1. If you look deeper, you'll see the difference between them.
2. She looks happy.
3. Please look what time the plane takes off.
4. He said nothing, but looked his disappointment.
5. They looked daggers at me.
6. He looked the boy up and down.
[片語補充] < look at >
1. What are you looking at?
2. She looked at herself in the glass.
3. Look at the map, please.
lose 失去 ; 丟掉
[Ex] 1. You will have nothing to lose even if you fail.
So, do it bravely.
[補充] 1. Carl's father lost his job last month.
2. We lost a lot of money on that deal.
3. She had to walk to the station and so lost her train.
[Ex] 1. Would you like to come to our party ? Yes, I'd love to.
2. Love is the most precious thing in the world.
[補充] 1. Bill loves music.
2. He loves spending his vacation in the mountain.
3. She loves to go dancing.
4. She said she'd love to come sometime.