1 get on one’s nerve 招惹某人神经了
A： Why did you come to the meeting late? I left a message with your roommate about the time change.
B： She has a very short memory and it really gets on my nerve sometimes.
2 get started on 开始做
We should get started on the project.
3 get time off from work 从工作中抽时间
Oh， so she was able to get time off from the work.
4 give credibility to 相信
A： did you hear about Jim?
B： I wouldn’t give that rumor any credibility.
5 go easy on 温和对待
Well， since it’s your first and only ticket， the judge will probably go easy on you.
6 go in one ear and out the other 一耳朵进，一耳朵出
Well， you know Mike， everything’s in one ear and out the other.
7 go jogging 去跑步
Are you ready to go jogging?
8 go to one’s head 某人自负
A： Have you noticed how John’s changed since he became student government president?
B： I think the whole thing has gone to his head， and he used to be so sociable and open.
9 got the time 几点了
A： Got the time?
B： It’s a little after ten.
10 graduation announcements 毕业典礼请柬
Have you ordered your graduation announcements?
11 graon about 抱怨
How come Michael’s always groaning about something?
12 guest lecturer 客座教授
The only person who understood the guest lecturer was the professor.
13 hand-me-down 送的东西
A： What a gorgeous jacket. It must have cost a fortune.
B： Not at all. It’s a hand-me-down.
14 hand down 易如反掌
Lee won the chess match hands down.
15 have a way with 擅长
Bonnie really has a way with words.
16 have had it with 处于
I’ve had it with being sick in bed. I’ve read most of these magazines twice.
17 head and shoulders above 高出许多
In computer programming， Susan is head and shoulders above the rest of us.
18 hit the spots 特别好
This lemonade sure hits the spots.
19 hold the grudge 记仇
A： I wish I hadn’t hurt Mary’s feelings like that. You know I never meant to.
B： The great thing about Mary is that she doesn’t hold the grudge.