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    appeared sweat/sweat him out of my heart/all of a sweat/all of a sweat/crave/

    Dear teachers,

    Would you be kind enough to share with me your opinion concerning the feasibility of the following sentences?

    The drink was so cold that there immediately appeared sweat on the glass.
    appear sweat = be blurred/ be steamed

    I have to sweat him out from my heart.
    sweat out = get rid of

    She is sweating out her cold.

    I’ll sweat the money out of him.

    I’ll sweat this line out.
    sweat out = endure or await something anxiously

    This job is a frightful sweat.
    frightful sweat = hard work

    I become all of a sweat.
    all of a sweat = wet with sweat

    The long hot climb made him sweat.

    Don’t sweat your horse.

    The consumption of beer did not go down when the tax was arised.

    Every new advance of the price to the consumer is a new incentive to him to retrench the quality of his consumption.
    incentive (n) = something, such as the fear of punishment or the expectation of reward, that induces action or motivates effort.
    retrench (v) = to cut down; reduce.
    consumption (n) = the act or process of consuming

    The matter craves considerable attention.
    crave (v) = to need urgently; require

    Hand over the chocolate and nobody gets hurt.
    hand over = release or relinquish to another possession or control

    Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears; I become to bury Caesar, not to praise him.
    lend an ear = pay attention, listen

    Thank you for your efforts.

    Regards,

    V.

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    Exclamation Re: appeared sweat/sweat him out of my heart/all of a sweat/all of a sweat/crave/

    Quote Originally Posted by vil View Post
    Dear teachers,

    Would you be kind enough to share with me your opinion concerning the feasibility of the following sentences?
    The drink was so cold that there immediately appeared sweat on the glass.
    appear sweat = be blurred/ be steamed OK This usually happens to a cold glass of water or beverage during on a hot day.

    I have to sweat him out from my heart. OK
    sweat out = get rid of completelywith a feeling of nervousness

    She is sweating out her cold. Ok to get rid of cold by keeping her very warm

    I’ll sweat the money out of him. OK To make him confess how much money he has.
    I’ll sweat this line out. OK
    sweat out = endure or await something anxiously

    This job is a frightful sweat. OK
    frightful sweat = hard work which makesdropsofsweat to appear forehead

    I become all of a sweat. OK
    all of a sweat = wet with sweat to feel like bathing in sweat.

    The long hot climb made him sweat. OK

    Don’t sweat your horse. Ok horses should sweat normally but develop anhydrosis in the summer as heat, humidity, and workload increase.This is not good.

    The consumption of beer did not go down when the tax was arised/arisen. But I would prefer raised.

    Every new advance of the price to the consumer is a new incentive to him to retrench the quality of his consumption. OK. The underlined text is applicable here.
    incentive (n) = something, such as the fear of punishment or the expectation of reward, that induces action or motivates effort.
    retrench (v) = to cut down; reduce.
    consumption (n) = the act or process of consuming

    The matter craves considerable attention. OK
    crave (v) = to need urgently and stongly; require

    Hand over the chocolate and nobody gets hurt. OK
    hand over = release or relinquish to another possession or control

    Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears; I become to bury Caesar, not to praise him.
    lend an ear = pay attention, listen OK

    Thank you for your efforts.

    Regards,

    V.
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