be crazy about
He's always been crazy about tomatoes.
She is crazy about tennis. She plays every day.
My brother is crazy about movies. He spends all of his money going to see them.
A: I love buying new clothes.
B: Me, too. I'm crazy about shopping!
call it a day
I think you should call it a day.
Let's call it a day!
Bill, you've been here for 10 hours! You should call it a day and go home.
A: It's 7:30. Let's call it a day.
B: Good idea. See you tomorrow.
Concentrate on the road!
It's too noisy here. I can't concentrate on my homework.
He had to concentrate on the song to hear the words.
A: Just concentrate on hitting the ball.
B: OK, coach.
get along with
I think it's time we tried to get along with each other.
Everyone in my family gets along well with each other.
She does not get along with her mother-in-law.
A: Why aren't you going to Beth's party?
B: I don't get along with her.
have a point
You may have a point. I'll use less pepper next time.
My sister says that I need to spend more time with my family. She has a point.
That girl only seems stuck-up because she is shy.
You have a point there.
A: The blue shirt looks better, but it's more expensive.
B: You have a point.