The red lines on the map represent railway lines.
You must represent your complaints to Head Office.
She represents herself as the kindest mother in the world.
represent oneself as/to be自称是……；声称……
represent sth. to sb.向某人说明某事；向某人传达某事
People in western countries sometimes go to the party in fancy dress.
She didn't fancy the idea of going home in the dark.
have a fancy for 爱好
catch/take one's fancy 合某人的心意；吸引某人
take a fancy to sb./sth. 喜欢上/爱上某人/某物
Sorry, but I don't fancy going out tonight.
She fancied (that) she could hear footsteps.
I can't fancy him/his telling a lie.
He fancies himself (as) an artist.
Fancy meeting you here!
You are absolutely right.
I need absolute silence when I'm working.
There was no absolute proof of his guilt.
The big fallen branch cut off the traffic of the road.
The river has three main branches.
Our New York branch is dealing with the matter.
I respect him for his honesty.
I have the greatest respect for Jane's work.
Please give/send/offer him my respects.
have/show respect for sb.对某人表示尊敬
in respect of/with respect to关于；就……而言
out of respect for出于对……的尊敬；顾及
give/send one's respects to代某人向……问候/致意
respect sb./sth. for sth.因某事尊敬或敬重某人/某物
be respectful to sb.尊敬某人
1．He (represent) our school to take part in the competition and all of us were proud of him.
2．Do you fancy (go) out this evening?
3．—Do you think there is possibility that they will get married?
— (absolute) not. They don't have any common tastes.
4．The bare (branch) of the trees were shining with Christmas lights against the newfallen snow.
5．Clean and proper clothes say that the person has both selfrespect and respect other people.
6．He (respect) by his students for his devotion (忠诚) to the cause of education.
1.In school, I respected teachers and was friendly with classmates.
→In school, I teachers and was friendly with classmates. (respect n．)
→In school, I teachers and was friendly with classmates. (respectful)
2.Our company has several (branch) all over the country.
3.I have (absolutely) trust in this idea.
—But it remains to be seen whether it will take effect.
4.She a famous actress.
5.She she was being followed.
6.He represented himself as a specialist.
1．In life and work, many of us have used emoticons to send positive (气氛) or soften statements.
2．On January 10th every (阴历的) year, the villagers hold traditional dancing activities to celebrate the New Year.
3．To be (坦率地说) with you, I think your son has little chance of passing the exam.
4．He had reason to be (高兴的) with himself, since he was one of only seven out of forty candidates who were successful.
5．If you turn the (信封) upside down, the key will fall out.
6．Many young people, most of whom were welleducated, headed for remote (地区) to chase their dreams.
7．Look! Our teacher is wearing a very (精致的) pair of shoes!
8．They waited for a long time until the (雕) flied back.
9．Cycling is an (绝对地) energysaving means of transportation.
10．We (尊重) Tu Youyou for her winning the Nobel Prize in Medicine.