turn something on
turn over ; turn somebody or something over
turn something up
wake up ; wake somebody up
- 安安Lv 61 0 年前最佳解答
(1). turn something on
- I would like to turn the fan on.
- The radio has been turned on.
- Albert is turning the air conditioning on as it is hot outside now.
- No one can turn on the TV, because it is broken.
- The music was turned on, so they could dance.
(2). turn over ; turn somebody or something over
- We are looking forward to turning over a new leaf of our life.
- Amy decided to turn over the bookshop to her sister.
- I turned over my report to Mrs Chen last week.
- If you turn over a turtle on its back, it could not move.
- People who find a wallet on the street should turn it over to the police.
(3). turn up
- She didn't turn up for the meeting yesterday.
- I will turn up the light as it is too dark now.
- No one in my family expected the missing watch would be turned up.
- The story she was describing this morning turns up to be a joke.
- They haven't turned up since this morning, and no one knows where they are.
(4). turn something up
- Could you turn up the TV? I could barely hear it.
- Mary turned up the gas to make dinner for her family.
- Don't turn up your nose at any new technology.
- The volume of my cellphone has been turned up, because my boss is going to call me later.
- The spotlight was turned up as Jolin was on stage performing.
(5). wake up ; wake somebody up
- My mother always wakes me up at 7 o'clock every morning.
- It was a true wake-up call for me when I found out that I had cancer last year.
- The baby was woken up by the noise downstairs.
- Sally has been woken up by the alarm clock since dawn.
- I will wake him up if you need to talk to him now.參考資料： 英文分類高手 - 我
- 1 0 年前