His research formed the basis of his new book.
Their view had no basis in fact.
on the basis of 在……的基础上；根据……
We judge a worker on the basis of his performance.
the base of a building 建筑物的基础(具体)
I think you should apologise to your brother.
We apologise for the late departure of this flight.
I apologised to her for stepping on her foot carelessly.
apologise to sb. 向某人道歉
apologise for doing sth. 为做了某事道歉
apologise to sb. for doing sth. 为做了某事向某人道歉
apology n. [C]道歉；赔罪
make an apology to sb. for sth. 因某事向某人道歉
accept/refuse one's apology接受/拒绝某人的道歉
owe sb.an apology应向某人道歉
My advice was completely ignored.
I made a suggestion but they chose to ignore it.
be ignorant of/about sth.不知道……
be ignorant that不知某事
be in ignorance of/about sth.不知道；对……无知
The workers were kept in complete ignorance of the company's financial situation.
I'm afraid I'm rather ignorant about computers.
You should never judge a person by his look.
Judging from what he said, he must be an honest man.
judge between right and wrong 判断是非
as far as I can judge 据我判断，我认为
judging by/from 从……上看，根据……判断
in one's judgement 依某人看来，按某人的看法
注意：judging from/by...在句中常作独立状语，不受句子主语的影响和限制，表达的意义是说话人的看法或判断，类似的用法再如generally speaking“一般来说”，frankly speaking“坦率地说”。
This play has three acts, and each act has three scenes.
She witnessed some very distressing scenes.
Would you like to enjoy the scenes in the mountains with me?
the scene of the crime 犯罪现场
behind the scenes 暗中，秘密地，在幕后
(come) on the scene 出现，到场，在场
set the scene (为……)做好准备，(为……)设置舞台
I've just spotted a mistake on the front cover.
There was a big damp spot on the wall.
We ought to find out the views of the people on the spot.
spot sb.doing sth.发现某人正在做某事
on the spot在现场；当场；立即
in a spot处于困境
be spotted with满是……斑点；点缀着
What sort of music do you like best，pop or classical?
We talked of all sorts of subjects.
These sorts of people are ready to eat anywhere.
all sorts of＝of all sorts各种各样的
a sort of一种，可以说是……的东西
sort vt.& vi.分类；整理
Quickly sort them all out.
I sorted the books into big ones and small ones.
We must sort out the good apples from the bad.
She has been out of patience with his rudeness.
I don't have the patience to do jigsaw puzzles.
I had no patience with these naughty children.
have the patience to do sth.做某事有耐性
have/lose patience with对……有/失去耐心
patient adj.耐心的；能忍受的 n．病人
be patient with sb.对某人有耐心
Jo enjoyed feelin g the warm sand beneath her feet.
He was standing on the bridge looking at the river beneath.
beneath, below, under
1．“Small talk is the (base) of good manners，” he says.
2．If you are really wrong，you should make an apology your roommate.
3．I sincerely hope you can accept (I) apologies and understand me.
4．I owe you apology for what I said this morning.Anyhow I meant no offence.
5．She apologized the mistake and gave us a spare VIP room on the top floor.
6．Some people always do everything they like，but are in (ignore) of others' feelings.
7．Most people there received so little education that they were (ignore) of the law.
8．Judging her accent，she must be from Sichuan.
9．I'm in favour of his opinion that it is difficult to judge a person only his look.
10．The rocking boats along the river bank make beautiful scene.
11．The boy led his mother to the scene the accident.
12．Moreover，the scenery along the Yangtze River is amazing，with many wellknown sightseeing (spot)．
13．Caught robbing a lady of her necklace，the young man was arrested the spot by a policeman.
14．There are all sorts animals，including bears，pigs，kangaroos，and penguins.
15．She is very patient young children，so she is fit for the job.
16．After waiting for about half an hour，I was beginning to get (patient)．
1.I could see the muscles of his shoulders his Tshirt.
(1)I explained all the steps to the international students on how to make tea.(patient)
(2)I explained all the steps to the international students on how to make tea.(patience)
3.“Long time no see” is sort informal，but it is part of the language that Americans use daily.
4.Besides，all (sort) of chemicals and huge amounts of energy are used to keep its courses (球场) in good condition.
(1)The floor was spotted with paint，which made him embarrassed.
(2)Some of the spots on your trousers are hard to remove. ；
(3)I read through the first page of the book and spotted a spelling mistake.
(4)Fortunately，a man made an offer to take him around the different spots. ；
Every year，plenty of people go to see the of Beijing.This summer vacation my parents also decided to take me there.On the way to Beijing，we stopped our car again and again to enjoy the .After arriving in Beijing，we lived at the 13th floor of a hotel from whose window we had a better of the city.We did have a good time in Beijing.But on the way back home，we saw the of an accident，so my mother and I kept reminding my father to drive with caution.
7.Don't a book its cover.
8. his accent，he must be a southerner.
9.He the best actor of this year.
10.She saw him coming but she him.
11.He is farm life.＝He is farm life.
12.Bill was his friend having kept her waiting for a long time.
13.I my host and left early.
14.Please my sincere .
15.We drew this conclusion the basis of experiments.
1．The (根据) of her opinion is something she read in the magazine.
2．This may have influenced your bank manager's decision not to give you a (贷款)．
3．The burning (塑料) gave off poisonous gas，which is harmful to our health.
4．If you're late，you should (道歉) to the host either immediately or later.
5．He (忽视) the neighbor's request that he should make less noise at night.
6．In an English speech competition，you are asked to describe the following picture and explain to the (裁判员) how you understand it.
7．A medical team rushed to the (现场) of the disaster where hospitals were in need of doctors and nurses.
8．“Do you have any clothes to be washed？” the (仆人) asked.
9．I shall get myself a little boat and (航行) her around the world.
10．I warn you; I'm beginning to lose my (耐心) with you.