v. 承认 admit
e.g. We must allow that he is right on this matter.
v. 处理 to deal with
e.g. address the issue of absenteeism 处理缺勤事宜
v. 意识到 =realize; 太高…价格，涨价
I appreciate that I maybe wrong.
This land has appreciated in value.
e.g. The student looked around the examination room with apprehension. 那名学生恐惧地观看检查室的四周。
adj. 理解的，不安的，忧虑的 [意思和用法等同于 afraid]
e.g. apprehensive for sb.’s safety. 担心某人的安全
v. 着手 to begin to deal with or work on
e.g. approached the task with dread. 惶恐地开始着手这项任务
adj. 调皮的，顽皮的 n. 弓形
an arch smile
He tapped the side of his nose in an uncharacteristically arch gesture.
e.g. Support your argument by quote, please.
9. not so much…as
not so much … as：“与其说……倒不如说”，否定前者肯定后者
1. He is not so much a writer as a reporter.
2. Science moves forward, they say, not so much through the insights of great men of genius as because of more ordinary things like improved techniques and tool. 他们说，科学的发展与其说源于天才伟人的真知灼见，不如说源于改进了的技术和工具等更为普通的东西。【摘自真题】
3. It’s not so much a hobby as a career (=more like a career than a hobby).
assume an obligation
I assume my daughter told you of our conditions.
v. ①cater(for,to) 迎合;②(for) 提供饮食及服务
TV should cater for many diverse tastes.
The restaurant caters for veggies and those with a sweet tooth.
n. 控制 阻碍 the condition of being stopped or held back; restraint
kept my temper in check 克制我的脾气
holding agricultural pests in check with sprays 用喷雾剂消灭农业害虫