Recovery from the disease is very gradual.
Recently，we have seen a gradual trend towards healthier food.
Gradually，the children began to understand it.
They gradually improved their work.
She proved a very capable doctor.
Penny is capable of hard work.
She is capable of judging works of art.
be capable of sth./doing sth.有能力做某事
be able to do sth.有能力做某事
This medicine will give you some relief.
It was a relief to be able to talk to someone about it.
to one's relief令某人感到欣慰的是
what a relief总算松了一口气；终于解脱了
I smiled in relief after I heard I had passed the examination.
Neither its cause nor its cure was understood.
Doctors are searching for a cure for AIDS.
We must cure the children of bad habits.
a/the cure for...……的疗法/……的解决措施
cure sb. of sth.治好某人的病；纠正某人的不良行为
remind sb.of sth.使某人想起某事
suspect sb.of sth.怀疑某人(做)某事
rob sb.of sth.抢了某人某物
inform sb.of sth.通知某人某事
warn sb.of sth.警告某人某事
accuse sb.of sth.控告某人某事
强调结果，即“治愈”；可构成cure sb. of sth.结构
强调过程，不涉及结果；可构成treat sb. for sth.结构
This is similar to the “jet lag” you get from flying, but it seems you keep getting flashbacks from your previous time period.
The judge will take into consideration any previous convictions.
She had one child from the previous marriage.
previous to sth. 在……之前；先于……
previously adv. 以前；先前
The gunman took aim and fired.
I aimed at the door but hit the window.
We aimed to get there at 7 o'clock.
with the aim of...以……为目标，目的是……
achieve/miss one's aim达到某人的目的/失去某人的目标
be aimed at...目的是……；针对(某人)
aim to do sth.力求达到……
Our school has been given some new equipment.
They have bought a piece of equipment for the kitchen.
be equipped for准备好；对……有准备
She is proud that both her children have a talent for music.
She is a new diving talent.
She showed considerable talent for getting what she wanted.
have (a) talent (＝a gift) for 在……方面有天赋
show (a) talent (＝a gift) for 显示……方面的天赋
talented (＝gifted) adj. 有天赋的，有才能的
a talented/gifted footballer 一个天才足球运动员
I had assumed him to be a Belgian.
assume sb./sth. to be 假定/假设某人/某事是……
It is assumed that...……被认为
His look of astonishment was assumed.
He is too assuming in this attitude towards the energy supply.
Assuming that the weather is favourable, farmers will have a bumper harvest.
We are working on the assumption that everyone invited will turn up.
She looked back on her career with great satisfaction.
He had the satisfaction of seeing his book become a bestseller.
It has been hard to adjust but now I'm getting satisfaction from my work.
to one's satisfaction令人满意的是
be satisfied with对……感到满意
He has various excuses for not finishing his work on time.
vary vi.变化；不同；(大小、形状等)相异 vt.变更；改变
a variety of＝varieties of各种各样的
This produced a chain reaction, which made it possible for life to develop.
Only her quick reaction prevented an accident.
A man is hiding from the rain listening to people's talk and watching their reactions.
How did Wilson react to your idea?
Iron reacts with water and air to produce rust.
Will young people react strongly against tax increases?
Local residents have reacted angrily to the news.
He reacted strongly against the artistic conventions of his time.
1．She felt that she was perfectly capable taking care of herself.
2．It was relief and I came to a sudden stop just in the middle of the road.
3．To (I) relief, my father's condition is normal (正常的) after physical examination.
4．She tried every means to cure her child the bad habit.
5．Friendship is a cure any injury in life.
6．The world record was (previous) held by a Spanish athlete.
7．There was a time when he had nothing to do, wandering (aimless) in the street all day.
8．In the newspaper of our school there is a column called “Foreign Cultures”， aiming (introduce) American customs and the life of high school students.
9．The school has been rebuilt and it is well (equip)．Much money has been spent on the office (equip)．
10．Joan is a (talent) dancer.She showed a talent for dancing when she was young.
1．We will never know if we are interested or (talent) in a subject if we don't try it.
2．A lot of people make the (assume) that poverty only exists in the Third World.
3．They have plenty of (satisfy) customers who are satisfied with their service.
4．Seeing them on the bus, I felt a kind of (satisfy)．
5．I like reading very much, especially the story books, varying from Chinese stories English stories.
6．Changes in price normally vary changes of supply and need.
7．I wanted to know how the students to my words as well as your .(react)
8．When the sun comes out, the flowers react opening wide.
9．He didn't react this provocation.
10．The boy often reacts his parents.
1.There are colours to choose from.
2.That sort of thing person to person.
3.Teachers should to make them more interesting.
4.There are cloth in the store.
5. marine creatures live in the ocean.
6.I the result.
7.My parents try to .
8.There was on his face.
9. ，my boss agreed to my suggestion.
10.We all can go out for a picnic this afternoon— (assume) that the others agree.
1.If you make an (assume) that something is true or will happen, you accept that it is true or will happen.
2.The football player had talent for football when he was a child. Now he is second to none in the football field.
3.In order to improve the children's health，the school has bought some new (equip) for sports specially.
4.A good education should equip you life.
5.She went to London finding a job.
6.Bob's one is to earn a lot of money.
7.They're training everybody by the end of the year.
8.These measures are preventing violent crime.
9.The doctor can't her of the cancer.
10.Nothing can you your bad habits.
11.This is SARS.
12. (relieve) his homesickness, his aunt asked him to telephone his parents.
13.Much my relief, all of us succeeded in the important interview.
14.The patient was relieved his chest pain by a special treatment.
15.I feel capable repairing this motorcycle.
16.Over 300 years its population grew (gradual) from 800 people to 8 million.