I ate so much. I feel like I'm going to blow up!
The bomb blew up but no one was hurt.
Don't put that can near the fire or it might blow up.
A: How did the fire start?
B: The old gas heater blew up.
The song brought back some old memories.
He brought back the video that he had borrowed from me.
The picture brought back memories of her childhood.
A: Can I borrow your car?
B: Sure. But bring it back before 5:00, please.
If you play with matches, you could burn down the house.
The school burned down in 1910.
Help! The church is burning down.
A: What happened to all the trees?
B: They burned down in the forest fire last year.
The log caught fire immediately.
The wood was wet, so it didn't catch fire very easily.
His clothes caught fire because he stood too close to the srove.
A: Let's move the candles away from the window.
B: You're right. The curtains might catch fire.
How did things come to this?
When you come to the end of this part of the test, stop.
If you come to a word you don't know, use a dictionary.
A: Excuse me. How can I get to Tom's Market?
B: Go straight. When you come to the intersection, turn right.