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    a few collocations of "throw"

    Dear teachers,

    Would you be kind enough to revise the folloing sentences?

    He threw the ball up (in the air).

    I threwthe dead body out of the window.

    They threw tomatoes at me.

    She threw her arms round my neck.

    I was thrown by accident into their company.

    The ship was thrown on a reef.

    The satellite will be thrown into space.

    We have to throw her into prison.

    They have to throw the all reserve troops into the battle.

    I throw myself into an arm-chair.

    She threw herself (down) on her knees.

    Then she threw herself into my arms.

    The lamp threw a strong light on the table.

    A new light was thrown on the mystery.

    The gun throws huge shells.

    She has to throw water on the fire.

    The cow threw a healthy calf.

    No question will throw me.

    I threw a good line yesterday.

    He threw the blame on me.

    One enemy tank threw a track and went out of order.

    She was thrown from her horse.

    We have to throw a bridge over /across/ the river.

    We have to throw him into good form.

    The tempest threw the room into darkness.

    I ought to throw myself on her mercy.

    We have to throw open the gates of commerce.

    The museum threw its doors open to the public yesterday.

    A hundred men were thrown idle.

    You shouldn’t throw your money to the winds.

    Thank you for your efforts.

    Regards,

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    Exclamation Re: a few collocations of "throw"

    Quote Originally Posted by vil View Post
    Dear teachers,

    Would you be kind enough to revise the folloing sentences?
    He threw the ball up (in the air).

    I threw the dead body out of the window.

    They threw tomatoes at me.

    She threw/put her arms round my neck.

    I was thrown by accident into their company.

    The ship was thrown on a reef.

    The satellite will be carried/thrown into space by a launch vehicle..

    We have to throw her into prison.

    They have to throw/deploy the all reserve troops into the battle.

    I throw myself into an arm-chair.

    She threw herself (down) on her knees.

    Then she threw herself into my arms.

    (The lamp threw) A strong light from the lampis focused on the table.

    A new light was thrown on the mystery.

    The gun throws/fires huge shells.

    She has to throw water on the fire.

    The cow threw a healthy calf.

    No question will throw me.? Could it be: No question will throw me up for my action.

    I threw a good line yesterday.

    He threw the blame on me.

    One enemy tank threw a track and went out of order.

    She was thrown from her horse.

    We have to throw/build a bridge over /across/ the river.

    We have to throw him into good form.

    The tempest threw the room into darkness.

    I ought to throw myself on her mercy.

    We have to throw open the gates of commerce.

    The museum threw its doors open to the public yesterday.

    A hundred of working people/men were thrown idle.

    You shouldn’t throw your money to the winds. √

    Thank you for your efforts.

    Regards,

    V.
    All seem fine

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