all in all
All in all, he just doesn't seem normal.
All in all. I think the meeting went very well.
All in all, she just doesn't seem like the right person for the job.
A: How was your trip to China?
B: All in all, it was a great experience!
He suddenly burst out singing.
He burst out laughing when his friend walked in the room.
My mother burst out crying when she met me at the airport.
A: Why is your girlfriend mad at you?
B: I burst out laughing when I saw her new hairstyle.
change one's mind
I changed my mind and decided on green instead of blonde.
She changed her mind and bought the dress that was on sale.
If you read this book, it will change your mind about eating eggs.
A: Have you changed you mind about going to dinner?
B: Yes, sorry! I just don't have time tonight.
criticize A for B
They always criticized him for being slow.
His coworkers criticized him for being arrogant.
Many people criticized the president for not standing by his principles.
A: The old manager never did any work.
B: Yeah. Lots of people criticized him for being lazy.
He crossed out "like" and wrote "love."
She crossed out her ex-boyfriend's name in her diary.
He crossed out the mistake in the essay.
A: Why did you cross out Kelly's number in your book?
B: That's her old phone number.