The Top English Grammar Tips From A–Z
- Put on a pair of specs that put everything out of focus.
- Then a tall middle-aged man with short blonde hair and ice blue eyes hidden behind a pair of specs came in.
- Well, Kim had a pair of very groovy blue specs on.
- It was difficult not to imagine that at any moment the famous grin, specs and laugh would emerge from a corner where he had been holding court.
- Sick of being miserable, she signs up for computer courses downtown, loses the specs and gets a whole new wardrobe.
- You have now turned 40, and even reading this article will probably require that you wear your specs.
- Of course, many patients lost or broke their new specs, leaving them worse off than before.
- The specs gave her that cool, sophisticated look many girls strive for.
- And so the splenetic young rebel became a middle-aged man with studious specs and a shock of silver hair.
- But since this event is the moon's doing, we are all going to have to stand outside with plastic specs on looking at it.
- I've tried letting the mirror steam up, or leaving off my specs, to shave.
- I am using the specs but when I close the left eye, I still cannot see clearly with the right.
- Perhaps it's better to leave the memories untouched, keep wearing the rose-tinted specs.
- He wears no shoes, has designer specs, and when he speaks it's a shock to hear the accent of the west coast of America.
- So why don't you root out those unwanted specs and let some less fortunate benefit from them.
- A slip of a girl in studious tortoiseshell specs, she doesn't strike one as an obvious sadist.
- If they stay with the specs they may not like them but they come to terms with this addition to the facial furniture.
- The room was almost completely dark, and the criminal hadn't worn his infrared specs.
- As if reading her mind, the young woman opened an eye and peered over her sky-colored specs.
- He gestures with his thumb towards the biker with the specs.
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