phr. Some girls are very warm-hearted.
phr. I have three books.
phr. In the front there is a shop.
phr. have experience, be experienced
idiom. regular and thorough, methodically arranged
v. (of someone) be occupied or busy, have work (to do), have something (to do or deal with)
phr. be of problem; have something to do, be busy
v. have a way/method (to do)
v. be elegant
nphr. some people
phr. there are seats
phr. have time; be free
nphr. aerobic exercises
phr. be helpful
phr. What do you want? Do you have anything to do?
phr. to have arrangement
phr. How many days are there in July?
phr. Someone is knocking at the door.
phr. The well is more than fifty-metre deep.
phr. I am not as tall as that person at the door.
phr. In front of the building there is a tree.