#3000 từ vựng
About [əˈbaʊt] (adv, prep):
Cách sử dụng
- as a preposition (followed by a noun): He told me about your problem.
- as an adverb (without a following noun): Stop rushing about.
- followed by an infinitive with “to”: I was just about to explain.
Câu sử dụng từ vựng About
|What do you really think about it?
/wɑt du juˈriəli θɪŋk əˈbaʊt ɪt/
|I don’t care about your past.|
|What do you think about that issue?|
|He genuinely cares about me.|
|What is he angry about?|
|Do you have any information about the project?|
|She is worried about her weight.|
|Don’t worry about it.|
|Our house is worth about 150,000 dollars.|
|He seems anxious about the meeting.|
|How do you feel about it?|
|I work about 40 hours a week.|
|Don’t worry too much about unimportant things.|
|We’re very excited about the trip.|
|Nobody tells me about it.|
|I wonder why she didn’t tell me about it.|
|Don’t talk about work. We’re on vacation.|