on      We have no school on Sunday.

in  年或月I was born in June.

at  時間   I got up at seven.

She kissed him on the forehead.

   →forehead [ˋfɔr͵hɛd] N-前額

He hit on a good idea.

I hit on an idea.

→hit on 忽然想到

Don't tell on me.

Get on the horse.

Lie on your left side.

Don't take it out on me.

You're on the right track.

We skipped his turn on purpose.

   →purpose[ˋpɝpəs] n-目的

   turn on 打開、取決於、使高興

My car broke down on the way.

He dropped in on me last night.

  →drop in on sb.  順便訪問

Her collar has a stain on it.

   collar [ˋkɑlɚ]衣領

   stain [sten] v-沾汙,染汙/n-汙點,汙跡

Don't step on the broken glass. 不要踩在碎玻璃上

Where did you get on this bus?

The hotel is on the lake. 旅館位在湖邊

We have no school on Sunday.

Let's begin on page 10.

John knocked on the closed door.

The building is on fire.這棟建築物失火了

How long does it take on foot?

I agree with him on that point.

He is acting on his own behalf.

There is an apple on the desk.

I often talk to him on the train.

She lay down on the bed.

She smiled on him.

I turned on the lights.

They lay on the grass.

What is going on?

What's going on here?

Get on the horse.

She kept on working.

She hung a picture on the wall.

I will act on your advice.

Do you have a pen on you?

We'll meet on Friday.

Are you free on Friday?

What do you do on Friday?

Don't put it on my desk.

She sat next to John on the bus.

The train got in on time.

Will the train leave on time?

He is never on time.

I was born on Nov. 4, 1990.

Did you do this on your own?

Can I carry this on the plane?

Do you go to school on foot?

I got on the wrong train.

I see a bird on the roof.

Can I try on this skirt?

Your book is on the desk.

Come on! Give me a chance.

He asked Ann out on a date.

He's always at home on Friday.

There is a book on the desk.

I worked on a farm.

We traveled on foot.

Try on this jacket.

Don't put books on the table.

I'm on my way home.

What is on Channel 9?

She lives on this street.

She traveled on business.

A dog bit her on the leg.

Come on any day you like.

move on 不停向前

later on 後來

put on airs 擺架子

Don ' t put on airs with us .   別對我們擺架子

on the ropes  即將完蛋; 處於困境

keep on the hop 忙碌

turn on 打開

Can I turn on the TV?

Turn on the light, please.

rely on 1.依靠, 信賴

     You may safely rely on our early arrival 

count on依賴、期望

    You can count on me.

    I count on her coming next Sunday

depend on信賴、確信

     We depend on you.

     I'm depending on you coming . 我肯定你會來。

on account of 因為,由於

     We delayed our departure on account of the bad weather

on no account 無論如何絕不()

     My name must on no account be mentioned to anyone. 不要向任何人提到我的名字。

on the go 活躍、忙碌

     My mother is a career woman and she is on the go all the time. 

     She has been on the go ever since daybreak.






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