She agreed to help.
We were starting to feel cold.
I don't know what to do.
Can you tell me how to get there?
It's not likely to happen.
He told me to wait.
Did anyone ask Daniel to book the room?
There's an awful lot of work to be done.
I need to eat something first.
She likes to go shopping with friend[s]. (Skills for Life (Entry 1); A1; Bulgarian)
I'm going there to see my sister.
This tool is used to make holes in leather.
Dear Robbie, I'm writing to tell you some information about what we['re going to] do. (Key English Test; A2; Greek)
"Are you going tonight?" "I'm certainly hoping to."
"Would you like to come?" "I'd love to."
Yes, I'd love to. (Key English Test; A2; Portuguese)
We went to California last year.
We could go to town on the bus.
I have to go to the dentist this morning.
We received another invitation to a wedding this morning.
I've asked Helen and Ben to dinner next week.
You can walk from here to the station in under ten minutes.
She walked over to the window.
He went up to a complete stranger and started talking.
I like go[ing] to London. (Skills for Life (Entry 1); A1; Portuguese)
It's five to three.
The museum is open from Tuesday to Saturday.
We have the class on Monday from 9 o'clock to 10 o'clock in the morning. (Key English Test; A2; Catalan)
I gave the money to my sister.
Give the gun to me.
Anna was speaking to her mother on the phone.
I lent my bike to my brother.
Who's the letter addressed to?
Please bring it to me tomorrow, because I have to return it to my brother. (Key English Test; A2; Portuguese)
She stood with her back to the window.
I had my back to them, so I couldn't see what they were doing.
John's standing to the left of Adrian in the photo.
The national park is twenty miles to the north of the city.
My town is situated to the south of Paris. (First Certificate in English; B2; French)
What have you done to your hair?
Her evidence was very helpful to the police.
She was very kind to us.
The waiter was really kind to us. We gave him the key of the car and he drove us home. (First Certificate in English; B2; Portuguese)
I've been married to Peter for nine years.
She was an assistant to the chief executive.
She's 38 years old and she's married to a Spanish engineer. (Preliminary English Test; B1; Italian)
I prefer football to basketball.
She's earning a reasonable wage, but nothing to what she could make in a big company.
I prefer homemade food to re[s]taurant meals. (Preliminary English Test; B1; Russian)
It's only two weeks to Christmas.
Unemployment has risen to almost eight million.
She nursed me back to health.
The paper was fastened to the wall with tape.
A high-speed rail service connects us to the city.
My mouth became so dry that my tongue stuck to my palate. (First Certificate in English; B2; French)
There must have been thirty to thirty-five people there.
This is her best work to date.
I enclose a copy of my curriculum vitae, which will give you further details about my career to date. (First Certificate in English; B2; Italian)
The play, to my mind, was disappointing.
To my mind, The Picture of Dorian Gray is probably his best novel. (First Certificate in English; B2; French)
It's been a terrible week and now, to cap it off, the car has broken down.
To cap it all, there was often not enough to eat. (Certificate in Advanced English; C1; French)
She claimed she hadn't been involved, despite evidence to the contrary.
Despite claims to the contrary, young people [are] get[ting] more involved in sport[s] activities. (Certificate in Advanced English; C1; Catalan)
I arrived at the station with more than an hour to spare.
I even started to do the shopping on the Net, and I think this is the perfect solution for the busines[s] woman with family and little time to spare. (Certificate in Advanced English; C1; Italian)
To my surprise, she decided against going.
However, much to my relief, in the end they reached the main square again and all went to the surrounding bars to celebrate the feast in a more relaxed way. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; Polish)
Fire ants stung a woman to death.
She would have been trampled to death as the stampede of furious fans came over her. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; German)
To all intents and purposes, the project was a disaster.
To all intents and purposes, the qualities needed to achieve success are based on the same ideas. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; French)
To his credit, Bill never blamed her for the incident.
He also has good sportsmanship, to his credit. (International English Language Testing System; C2; Urdu)
He won't get paid until he completes the job to my satisfaction.
However, I do hope that you will settle this matter to everybod[y’]s satisfaction within a couple of days. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; Danish)