Now that you've done your best, hope for the best.
Tom: What is left for us to do since we've done our best?
Sue: We shall hope for the best.
The students often burn the midnight oil before a big exam.
Kevin: What do the students often do before a big exam?
Sue: The students often burn the midnight oil.
We are trying to pull through the toughest time of the semester.
Jack: What are you trying to do now?
Sue: We are trying to pull through the toughest time of the semester.
Keep your spirits high when facing difficulties.
Kevin: What's the right attitude when facing difficulties?
Sue: We'd better keep our spirits high.
Sam always does well on his homework.
Mike: Does Sam always do well on his homework?
Jane: Yes, he does.
Tony worked so hard that he got an "A" on the exam.
Sue: How did Tony get an "A" on the exam?
Kevin: He worked very hard.
It was midnight then and all the lights went out.
Jane: When did all the lights go out?
Eddy: About midnight.
Now let's listen to some light music, and relax.
Sue: How can we relax?
Kevin: We may listen to some light music.
Kurt did everything carelessly and finally got himself into a lot of trouble.
Tom: Why has Kurt got into a lot of trouble?
Sue: Recently he has been caught sleeping during the classes.
Eddie felt down after being criticized by the boss.
Jane: How did Eddie feel after being criticized by the boss?
Kevin: He felt down.
We can do nothing but fight to the end.
Mike: Do we have any choices when the exam is coming?
Sue: No, we can do nothing but fight to the end.
It's a pity that he missed the chance to be promoted.
Kevin: Sam missed the chance to be promoted, didn't he?
Sue: Yes, It's a pity.
The answer to the question lies in Lesson 10.
Sam: Where can we find the answer to the question?
Jane: It lies in Lesson 10.
Try to apply what you have learned from your textbook to everyday conversation.
Kevin: What is the best way to improve your oral English after class?
Alice: You should try to apply what you have learnt from your textbook to everyday conversation.
Kurt stayed up until early morning for three days and finally became ill.
Tom: What finally happened to Kurt after he stayed up until early morning for three days?
Jane: He got sick.
Sam: Hi, Jane.
Jane: Hi, Sam, are you ready for the Chemistry test tomorrow?
Sam: I'm almost done studying.
Jane: Oh, really? Terrific!
Sam: So how about you?
Jane: Not even close.
Sam: But you are always pretty quick, aren't you?
Sam: Have you been putting it off?
Jane: I took a few study breaks.
Sam: What happened?
Jane: I went to New York for an interview last week.
Jane: I've still got lots of things to go over.
Sam: Then I guess you'll have to burn the midnight oil tonight.
Jane: I guess so.
Sam: Try to make it.
Jane: But I'm still worrying about the test. Chemistry is my worst subject.
Sam: I am not good at it, either.
Jane: When is the exam tomorrow?
Sam: 10 o'clock in the morning.
Jane: That means I've only got 12 hours left, right?
Sam: Yeah. Don't worry.Just give it your best shot.
Jane: Thanks for the vote of confidence.
Sam: I'm sure you'll pass with flying colors.
Jane: Thank you, the same to you.
Sam: How was it, Jane?
Jane: Oh, Sam!I think I flunked the exam.
Sam: I'm sure it's not as bad as you think.
Jane: Really? But I guessed on half the questions.
Sam: Well, you've done the best that you could.
Jane: I guess all I can do now is hope for the best.
Sam: What's up?
Jane: I am just feeling bad.
Sam: So cheer up, Jane.
Jane: I will never put off studying next time.
Sam: Yeah, burning the midnight oil is never a good idea.
Jane: I won't do it again.
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