It’s very kind of you to tell me the truth.你真好,告诉我这真相。
Let me tell you some details about clearance.让我告诉你一些通关的细节。
Tell that joker to stop using my parking space.叫那个家伙不要占用我的停车场。
He always does what his superiors tell him.他惟上级之命是从。
He wanted to tell the news to the world.他要把这件事告诉每一个人。
I always tell my daughter a story before she goes to sleep.女儿睡觉之前，我总讲故事给她听。
I can’t tell you how happy I am.我无法向你表达我多么高兴。
Our sweetest songs are those that tell of saddnest thought.我们最甜蜜的歌就是表达最苦恼思想的歌。
It is hard to tell who is who in the parade.在游行队伍中很难分清谁是谁。
I can never tell natural silk from artificial.我不能分辨真丝和人造丝。
It’s impossible to tell who will win the next election.下届选举谁能获胜无法预知。
I can tell from the way you speak that you are from Australia.根据你说话的方式,我能判断你是澳大利亚人。
You promised not to tell but you have done so .你曾保证过不泄露机密，可是你却把它泄露了出去。
They pledged themselves never to tell the secret .他们保证绝不泄露秘密。
You’re saying you gonna tell on me?你是说你想要告发我?
If someone tried to blackmail me I would tell the police.如果有人企图敲诈我，我就向警察告发。
Your efforts are beginning to tell.你的努力正在开始产生效果。
His unselfish work is beginning to tell.他无私的工作开始产生效果。
I can’t tell.
Who can tell?
As far as I can tell,Sylvia has split up with Mark.
I promise not to tell.
May your efforts tell in your studies.
His unselfish work is beginning to tell.
The influence of the school has begun to tell.
Her nervousness began to tell as soon as she entered the room.
My stomach begins to tell.
Every blow tells.
Don’t look till I tell you.
What have you been thinking about?Tell me.
Mind that you don’t forget to tell him.
I’ll tell her, but it won’t have any effect.
Do as I tell you and you shall be set free.
In this hour of victory, we had so much to tell each other.
I detest people who tell lies.
You’re telling me, the price of beer is ridiculously high!
The child can already tell the time.
It was difficult to tell his exact age.
Her face told her joy.
She playfully inspected Martin’s hand and told his fortune.
This can hardly be told in words.
The story was told from one generation to another.
That’s what I was told.
The recipe tells how to make maple syrup dumplings.
No one could tell exactly what was going to happen.
No one can tell where or when or how he will die.
Can you tell which is which?
用作双宾动词S+～+ pron./n. + n./pron.
Tell me your address and telephone number, please.
Why has nobody told me this before?
Has she told you the price?
The teacher won’t tell the students the answer to the question till everyone hands in his exercise book.
He finally told her his decision.
I don’t want to influence you either way, so I won’t tell you my opinion.
The editor called me to his office to tell me the news.
The old lady next door was telling me all her troubles.
We all jumped for joy when we were told the news.
I’ve been told this seriously by some high officials.
S+～+ n./pron. +to pron./n.
He told the news to everybody in the village.
Next morning,Beauty told this dream to her father.
I didn’t intend to tell it to you.
He told the whole story to John.
I want you to tell my friend your very interesting experience exactly as you have told it to me.
S+～+ n./pron. +wh-to- v
He will tell you how to get there.
She told us which number bus to take.
I’ll tell you what to do.
Did they tell you when to start out?
Please tell me where to get the form.
If Brian uses my parking space again,I’ll really tell him where to get off.
S+～+ pron./n. +(that-)clause
She told me in her letter that they had got another bumper harvest this year.
The old woman told him that she had two grandsons at the front.
You might tell them that I hope to be back tomorrow night.
She told me she was going to Shanghai.
Tell him I’ll be back in half an hour.
I’ve tried to tell him he’s wrong, but he still holds to his original opinion.
A spotless stove told us that his mother is a diligent housekeeper.
I was told that he had left the job a long time before.
S+～+ n./pron. +wh-clause
I’ll tell you what I’ve been thinking.
Now,I’ll tell you how I got that.
Can you tell me why you have to say so?
Tell me to whom I should give the letter.
The light tells you if the machine is on.
“She isn’t eating,” they told me.
“Open it and see what’s inside,”I was told.
用作宾补动词S+～+ n./pron. +to- v
Tell him to wait for us at the gate.
I told her to send the letter by airmail.
The commander told the soldiers to stay where they were.
He told us again and again to be on guard.
Mother told you to be home by ten.
He told us not to worry about him.
Who told you to come out?
I have been told to wait here.
His family, paying $126 a week for the house, were told by the landlord to pay $130.