His father looked down at the floor and said slowly,with emotion, "My wife is very ill. "
He exaggerates dreadfully, and all boys like to seem byronic, so do most men, for the matter of that
He was, beyond all question, very ill, and suffered exceedingly.
"Yes, it is I," said the count, whom a frightful contraction of the lips prevented from articulating freely
"I have a bad headache." "Join the club; I have one, too."
I have always had more dread of a pen, a bottle of ink, and a sheet of paper, than of a sword or pistol."
In another minute, just another second, they would have shown himDyes, sir, by jingo! Dah, you bet!
"And you say 'ben' for 'been,'" she continued; "'come' for 'came';and the way you chop your endings is something dreadful."
“你还把‘been’说成‘ben’，”她说下去，“该用过去时‘I came’时，你却用现在时‘I come’。你吞起尾音来也厉害。”
Edmond opened his eyes, complained of great pain in his knee, a feeling of heaviness in his head, and severe pains in his loins
"The wind was strong all day, but it moderated in the evening."
[ persevere ]的过去式;[ persevering ]的过去式;[ perseveringly ]的过去式
[ severe ]的形容词最高级
[ dissever ]的过去式
[ sever ]的过去式和过去分词
n. (= severity) 严重，严格
sick as a dog ;sick as a horse
as sick as a cat
have a bad cough
as sharp as a razor