1.slam on the brakes急忙踩刹车
原文：The driver slammed on the brakes and he turned his truck around.
仿写：He slammed on the brakes, but it was too late.
2.dive into/in--to start doing something suddenly and energetically, often without stopping to think突然投入到…之中
原文：Every time we saw a car coming, we dove into the bushes.
仿写：When he saw the children fighting, he just dove in to sort it out.
3.single sb/sth out(因为批评或表扬)单独挑出
原文：Mr. Underwood singled me out, probably because I'm the lightest kid in the class.
仿写：Tomas was thrilled when the teacher singled out his poem and asked him to read it aloud.
原文：So Mr. Underwood might as well have set off a bomb.
仿写：What time we have to set off tomorrow morning?
原文：In fact, the other kids inmy class had better look out, because if I keep this up, I could be a real threat.
仿写：Look out! There's a truck coming!
1.原文：But believe it or not, we made it all the way home without getting caught.
仿写：That is normal, believe it or not.
2.原文：I forgot all about Dad, and We totally paid the price for it .
仿写：You might't feel the effects of smoking while you're young, but you'll definitely pay the price when youare older.
My morning routine
Usually, I'll wake up at 7 am. and immediately start my habit-stacking routing, which includes the following tasks:
making my bed, washing my face, drinking a cup of hot lemon water, preparing and drinking a nutritious smoothie, writing down important tasks for the day.