lEAD sB to somEplACE造句
the party led the peasants against the rule of wailords.
lead sb. to do sth意为“引导某人做某事” The teachers lead students to learn.老师引导学生学习
1,带某人去某地 I can lead you to the nearest post office.2睡着 I fell asleep at 10 yesterday.3,wake up 醒来 wake up,Tom,It is time to school
Parents lead kids to learn walking.
take sb to sp.
The new system may be more economic but will lead to a decline in programme quality.
dull as lead swing the lead lead a visitor in he led us to the hotel she led the child across the street.她牵著那孩子穿过街道 he led the horses into the yard.他把马牵入围栏内 lead off
1. (一个真理)Curiosity can lead us to learn more about the new . 2. (一则谚语)All roads lead to Rome. 3. (物种起源)Different habitats lead to various species. 4. (一个忠告)Laziness leads to failure, which is known to us all.
用“lead to”造句如下:If this is true, there is no particular reason to hope that more education will lead to a moredemocratic world. 假如真是这样的话,就不存在特别的原因希望更好的教育导致一个更加民主的世界.This might lead to problems,