I have a great fear of being disdained by those I love and care about.
You need to stop pretending that you don't care.
If you are here, it means you care.
He's a widower with three small children to take care of.
They were taking care of a girl from India and a boy from Italy.
All things considered, I think you should go back home and take care of your parents.
I wish I could care more about my grades but it seems that, at a certain point of my life, I decided they wouldn't be so important anymore.
He does not care for any sport involving team work or quick responses to other players.
With a little more care, he wouldn't have failed.
Citizens are debating about health care at City Hall.
I left my baby in her care and went shopping.
You need have a good microphone because we care about sound quality.
I love the fact that you always seem to care so much.
While we were on holiday, a neighbor took care of our cat.
English word "care"(care) occurs in sets:Vocabulary 9Vocabulary 5
Go to sleep.
I hope to one day speak German as well as you speak English.
Why aren't you going? "Because I don't want to."
It took me more than two hours to translate a few pages of English.
Look at me when I talk to you!
Homeroom teachers should make every effort to keep in touch with their students.
Nobody ever comes to see us in this out-of-the-way village.
If I can get into university, I am hoping to learn to speak two foreign languages.
Fewer workers meant fewer people with money to buy goods.
Franklin Roosevelt was born to a rich and important New York family.
Two roundtrip tickets to Osaka, please.
The president was quoted as saying he would like to visit Japan soon.
You are welcome to the use of our house while we are away on vacation.
It began to rain heavily just as we got to the gate.
According to the weather forecast, the rainy season will set in next week.
English word "care"(to) occurs in sets:verb infinitive gerund
3. for sb
English word "care"(for sb) occurs in sets:verbs/adjectives, nouns with propositions C
He advised caution.
If you drive with anything less than extreme caution, you're risking your life.
Let's take the utmost caution against errors.
If we eat garlic with caution, we will gain benefits.
Please exercise every caution against cowboy salesmen of water purifiers and fraudulent-test sales.
High school students who flagrantly smoke in class and the teachers who can't caution them will be punished.
The newspaper cautioned its readers against buying shares without getting good advice first.
officials cautioned on Monday that no decisions on additional troop cuts have been made
It is sometimes better to apply new things with caution becouse we don't know how to use it properly.
You only got a caution this time, but next time you might not be so lucky.
He cautioned her not to go swimming alone.
I got cautioned for speeding yesterday.
And amongst the people working here I found some enthusiasm but also caution
Some cautions must be mentioned—for example good tools are essential to do the job well.
He threw caution to the wind and dived into the water after the child.
English word "care"(caution) occurs in sets:campaingn les 2
If you aren't careful about what you eat, you'll put back on all the weight that you spent so much time losing.
He was careful enough to make his daughter promise not to go out after dark.
Careful! Watch out!
A lot of people who have up until now been spending money having a good time now need to be more careful with their money.
That proposal may be a way to kill two birds with one stone, but we also have to be careful not to get greedy and spoil everything.
I was allowed to go off by myself provided that I promised to be careful.
A successful business is built on careful financial management.
Don't lump all these issues together. You need to give every single one careful consideration.
It is acceptable to mention your job and interests and to ask the other person about his, but be careful not to let the conversation become too personal.
When I'm home and I'm going to the corner drugstore to pick up some shampoo, why do you always tell me to be careful how I cross the street?
These are the important items to which careful attention is to be paid.
I'm careful when I zip up my jeans, not to pinch myself.
First, they should have right ideas of things, ideas that are based on careful observation, and understand causes of effects and their significance correctly.
I wouldn't push him too far. You don't know what he might do. I'd say you can't be too careful. They say even a doomed mouse will bite a cat if he has no choice.
English word "care"(careful) occurs in sets:5th year. Unit 3: changing nouns and verbs into AD...
Excessive concern with safety can be dangerous.
Your concern for Her Eminence is appreciated and acknowledged. Your questions primarily concern genuine legislative committees.
The 'deep concern' of the Romanian parliament is completely unfounded and unjustified.
The impact of Emmet's theory on physics has been widely discussed, but this is not my concern in this paper.
Well then, it becomes a matter of urgent concern to the lurkers of this mailing list whether the guilty party confesses or not.
No, please don't concern yourself. I have learnt to do as the Romans when in Rome.
The loss of childhood spontaneity has caused widespread concern, as well as calls for review of the nation's educational and social structures.
We insist that during the next three days you make decisions which are fair to all generations and which show an active concern for the environment.
Where our children's education is concerned, no compromise is acceptable.
concerning decent conduct
There were lots of people on Facebook and others going out to look for him, so people were very concerned for him.
I think that his visits are the only real chance I get to talk about things that are worrying me - my health, my concerns about my grandson and his future, how to keep going
The safety of the ship is the captain's concern. The budget overspend is a matter of concern. The decision will concern mainly small businesses.
The recent rise in crime is a matter of considerable public concern.
7. to look after somebody or something
English word "care"(to look after somebody or something) occurs in sets:Most common verbs 151 - 200
Think about it.
Something you should know about me is that I spend a lot of time reading.
Tom asked Mary to see about getting front row seats at the Lady Gaga concert.
Didn't you know that he passed away about two years ago?
How far is it from here to your school? "It's about ten minute's walk."
Sooner or later, every parent has to have a talk with their children about the birds and the bees.
I asked many people about the store, but no one had heard of it.
Complaining about something is one way to adapt yourself to a new environment.
Even when she thought about something else, ideas of death returned to her mind.
He wasn't about to pass up that once-in-a-lifetime chance.
Prime numbers are like life; they are completely logical, but impossible to find the rules for, even if you spend all your time thinking about it.
We argued with each other about the best place for a holiday.
A mysterious legend has been handed down about this lake.
Sorry, but it all came about so suddenly that I haven't got a handle on the situation yet.