□ I can't stand that noise. It's driving me crazy.
□ You're fired.
□ His mother has been running a drugstore for fifteen years.
□ Such words do not become a gentleman.
□ I'd like to book a table for two for tonight.
□ We've had a lot of rain this month. I wonder how long this weather will last.
□ He was sentenced to 6 years at hard labor.
□ The police fined him five dollars for speeding.
□ He borrowed money at five percent interest.
□ This is my treat.
□ There is much room for improvement in your writing style.
□ I had to fetch water from the well.
□ Do you have change for a $100 bill?
□ My friend went to Africa to hunt wild game.
□ a diamond mine
□ He got a good job, and now he thinks he's really somebody.
□ Freedom of speech is a right of all Japanese.
□ Attached to his will was his letter he had written to his wife just days before his death.
□ I have the key to the safe.
□ Chankonabe is a sumo wrestlers' dish . Meat, fish and a variety of vegetables are cooked together in a large pan.
□ The Browns live in a big, white, two-story house.
□ The time has come for mankind to put an end to the madness and immorality of the arms arms race.
□ He is very mean to me.