One man is capable of destroying the whole world.
There were over a hundred people in the crowd.
It's a pity that you missed the training session .
The company will not agree to buy new machines.
5. big accident/fatal accident
Her car was involved in a serious accident.
To achieve world unity, we need peace.
7. according to/in my/our opinion
In my opinion, we should spend more money on education.
I cannot give you the exact date of my arrival yet.
I am interested in the way people behave towards each other.
We'd like to know more about the present crisis.
The programme is about computers and their effect on our lives.
12. Afterwards/later on
We started going out together just to have fun, as friends. Later on we both realized that there was more than just friendship.
I He spent the whole journey talking about accidents.
I was very lonely at first but then I made some friends.
The main purpose of the visit is to develop a closer relationship among the two countries.*
The main purpose of the visit is to develop a closer relationship between the two countries
Use among when you are talking about three or more people or things. For two people or things, use between.
17. amount of/number of
The number of accidents is steadily increasing.
The noise of the traffic outside all day irritates me.
I always feel nervous when I have to make a speech.
21. aspect/point of view
Turton and Heaton. 1996. Longman Dictionary of Common Errors. England: Pearson Education Limited