do auxiliary verb (FOR QUESTIONS/NEGATIVES)
do auxiliary verb (TO AVOID REPEATING)
- I'm all for sexual equality, but I don't want my wife earning more than I do.
- The government has failed to raise educational standards, despite its promise to do so.
- Please don't get involved with him. You'll regret it if you do.
- Don't mix up the bottles - you'll have to repeat the experiment if you do.
- On average, people who don't smoke are healthier than people who do.
do auxiliary verb (FOR EMPHASIS)
do verb (PERFORM)
- The work that the students do during the year will count towards their final degrees.
- My boss wants me to do a day-release course in computing.
- She has to do a lot of driving in her job.
- They've always encouraged me in everything I've wanted to do.
- I do a few stretches every morning to loosen up before I run.
do verb (ACT)
- Should the government do more to help young couples buy their own homes?
- I wish you'd do something about your bedroom - it's a real mess.
- He would never do anything to endanger the lives of his children.
- Just do whatever you think fit - I'm sure you'll make the right decision.
- I'm not happy with the situation but, you know, there isn't much I can do about it.
do verb (CONNECTED)
B2 connected with與…相關
do verb (DEAL WITH)
do verb (STUDY)
do verb (SOLVE)
do verb (MAKE)
- He's upstairs doing his homework, believe it or not.
- I've been doing some research on our family history and I've dug up some interesting information.
- Please don't disturb Georgina - she's trying to do her homework.
- In our third year at college everyone had to do a special project.
- He's done some lovely watercolours.
do verb (FINISH)
› UK [ I ] If you say that you have done with something or someone, or have done performing a particular action, you mean that you have finished what you were doing with something or someone, or what you were saying to someone, or that you have finished the action.結束，完成
do verb (CLEAN/MAKE TIDY)
do verb (ARRANGE)
do verb (TRAVEL)
do verb (BE ACCEPTABLE)
do verb (CAUSE TO HAVE)
do verb (COOK)
do verb (MANAGE)
- I wouldn't say she's rich, but she's doing all right.
- You're doing really well - don't lose heart now.
- I was doing really well with my diet, but I'm afraid I've let it slide recently.
- The whole nation was force-fed government propaganda about how well the country was doing.
- They're doing fantastically well this season.