A: The summer vocation is just around the corner. I wonder what you are going to do.
B: Help Mum with the housework, call on a few friends, do some physical exercises and read a few books. And you?
A: I will pay a visit to my former classmates. You know a lot of them have worked, so we can gather together and I will also take a travel.
B: Sounds good! Have a good time!
around the corner
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E.g. Yes. How time flies! Spring is around the corner.
E.g. Have fun while you can. The hard times are just around the corner .
E.g. Victory is just around the corner.
E.g. Since the examination is around the corner, I am compelled to give up doing sports.
E.g. I shall pay a call on my friend tomorrow.
E.g. No matter when you call on me, you are welcome.
help someone with something锛氬府鍔╂煇浜哄仛鏌愪簨
E.g. This stewardess rushed up to help her with her luggage.
E.g. She embraced his offer to help her with her English.
pay a visit锛氭嫓璁匡紝璁块棶
E.g. You don't look well锛嶪 think you should pay a visit to the doctor锛?/p>
E.g. I want to take this opportunity of business trip to pay a visit to my friend.
do some exercises锛氶敾鐐硷紝缁冧範
E.g. I will do some exercises to see whether I really understand them or not.
E.g. I try to set aside a few minutes each day to do some exercises.
take a travel锛氭梾娓?/strong>
E.g. It was apparent that he was in no condition to take a travel.
E.g. If I am having a holiday, I possibly take a travel in Italy.