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œ 1 My house is only five minits' walk from the station.
  4 It is a pity that a man of your ability should remain unknown to the world. 
œ 8 We had a lot of snow about this time last year. 
  11 Does your watch keep good time? No, it gains (loses) ten minutes a day. 
  12 He behaved himself so as not to give offence to others. 
   
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œ 14 The best way to master English composition is to keep a diary in English. 
  17 You can't go home yet. You are to stay here till the police arrive. 
  19 If you are to know about the real world, it can only be by inferring things about it from the appearances. 
œ 20 His plan seemed to be too difficult, but before long it proved to be practicable. 
  21 Though it looked like rain this morning, it has turned out to be a fine day.
  22 Some day you will come to realize the importance of saving. 
œ 26 Would you mind waiting another ten minutes? 
  29 As I was free yesterday for the first time in years, I enjoyed playing tennis with my friends. 
œ 31  It is against the traffic rule to cross the street while the light is red. 
  33  The train was behind schedule, so I could not reach my destinination on time. 
  35 I am on good terms with him. He always keeps his word an is relied upon by everybody. 
œ 36  The damage amounted to five million yen. 
  39 Many young people in the country long (yearn) for city life. 
œ 41 Get off at the next stop and take a bus to the airport. 
  42  A slip of the tongue often brings about unexpected results. 
  44 Thomas could not carry out his task on account of an accident. 
  46  Frankly speaking, it was difficult for me to make out what he was saying. 
  47 Please put out your cigarette. 
œ 48 She came very near to being run over by a car. 
  50 The government should do away with these regulations. 
  52 I was looking forward to the day when I could see him for the first time in five years. 
     
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œ 54 From a strictly scinentific point of view, history cannot be called a science
  57 She is said to have been an actress about twenty years ago. 
  63 Whe was kept standing in a cold room while being interrogated about her activities. 
œ 65  Mountaineering is attractive especially to young people becasuse it is accompanied with hardships and adventures. 
  68 He is very much interested in Japanese history. We are surprised at his vast knowledge of this subject. 
  69 The bill was passed by a majority, though the Democratic Party were strongly opposed to it. 
  72 He soon got accustomed (used) to dormitory life and made two or three friends. 
     
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œ 73 He was very kind to invite me to his birthday party. 
  74 Everybody was anxisous (eager) to know what had happened. 
  75 Those who are in delicate health are apt (liable) to catch cold when the cold season sets in. 
  77 I am sorry to hear you called at my home yesterday while I was out. 
œ 83 Mother is more anxious about the result of examination than I am. 
  86  The accident was due to the drunken driving of a certain film star. 
  89 Some people are rather proud of being ignorant of such an important matter. 
     
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œ 90  You must put up with your new post for the present. I'll find you a better place one of these days. 
  91 The translation of the French novel took him more than three months. 
  92 I cannot afford to leave you idle. You must take up a regular occupation. 
œ 93  No one in the neighborhood believed him to be a genius even after he had achieved worldwide fame. 
  94 The spread of personal computers enables us to enjoy global communication. 
  95 I could not get anybody to go with you, and so I went by myself. 
  99 You can depend on the timetable to tell you when trains leave. 
œ 100 He has such a mild disposition that I have never heard him speak in a loud voice. 
  101 I saw the old gentleman cross the street and enter a store on the corner. 
  103 My uncle made me serve as interpreter. 
  104 I would have somebody sweep this room clean. 
œ 106 I'll have you all speaking fluent English within a year. 
  107 I'm sorry to have kept you waiting so long. A visitor has kept me busy till now. 
œ 108  I must get my work done by the day after tomorrow. 
  112 I spoke to him in English and found I could make myself understood
œ 113 She bought a nice toy for her child. 
  114 Americans are said to regard the amount of money a man makes as a criterion of his ability. 
  115 He looked upon any time not spent in study as so much lost time.
  117 The speread fo television has considerably deprived us of our time for reading. 
  119 He made a little statue out of soft clay. 
  121 I regret that a previous engagement prevents me from accepting your kind invitation. 
  125 Low temperatures turn water into ice. 
  126 I tried to talk him out of the project, but in vain. 
  128 Help yourself to anything you like. 
  129 I took to him for direction in everything.
     
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‚P‚R‚O`‚P‚T‚S
œ 130 That he is innocent is quite certain. 
  133 Just when the first human beings will reach Jupiter remains to be seen. 
  134  How much we still have to pay for peace is riddle. 
œ 135 The first great lesson that a young man should learn is that he knows nothing. 
  136  The fact is that I don't know anything about him. 
  139 That is what the British people expect of their Queen. 
  142 The question is not so much what it is as how it looks. 
œ 143  They say that in tropical countries people usually marry in their teens. 
  145 You may invite whoever wants to come. 
  148  You will never know what they went through to educate their children. 
œ 151 They were disppointed that you could not come. 
  152 I am afraid that I shall not be free till the examination is over. 
  153 I'm not certain where this ought to be put. 
     
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‚P‚T‚T`‚P‚X‚T 
œ 155 It was less than one kilometer to the village post office. But it was raining and the road was muddy.
  157 I believe it will be quite a long time before the spirit of democracy pervades our daily life. 
œ 158  It is easy to form a plan, but it is difficult to carry it out. 
  159 It is not too much to say that this is the age of information technology. 
  162 It is advisable for a person to acquire an accomplishment. 
  164 He finds it very hard to do without cigarettes for even one day. 
  165 I make it a rule to read the newspaper every day lest I should fall behind the times. 
œ 167  It seems (appears) that it is getting warmer and warmer every year. 
  169 It never occurred to me that he was the right man in the right place. 
  170 Because he is good, it does not follow that he is wise.
œ 171 It has been announced that reilway fares will be raised by 10 percent on and after March 1st. 
  175  It is a matter for congratulation (a matter of joy) that no human lives lost in the accident. 
  176 It goes without saying that those who are awake to their own rights must respect those of others. 
  178 I owe it entirely to him that I have thus far succeeded. 
œ 179  Was it Mr. Yamada that came to see me during my absence yesterday 
  182 It was on the morning of February the ninth that I arrived in Londn. 
  184 It was not until I saw hm laughing that I realized what a fool I had been. 
œ 186 It makes no difference to me whether those engaged in these activities call themselves Muslim, Christian, jew, or Hindu. 
  188  It is strange how vividly I remember the scene. 
œ 189 There is someting refined about him. He is said to have been a man of respectable position. 
  190  There must have been a tacit understanding between them.
  193 For better or worse, there is nothing for it but to leave the matter in his hands. 
  194 There live in this world people of all sorts or colors and manners and customs. 
     
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œ 196 It is not wise, nor in the long run, is it kind, to tax the thrifty for the wasteful. 
  198 At no time does the plain look so perfect as in early autumn.
  199 Only after a century and a half of confusion was the royal asuthority restored
  201 "You must go to bed now." "So I must, and so must you."
  203 Happy is the child who has such a mother. 
  206 From small begninnings come great things
  207 In late summer and autumn are seen the tints of color, which are the crowning beauty of the plain. 
œ 211  Alfred, King of England, was a great scholar as well as a great ruler. 
  216 We were all very happy at breakfast. 
  218 He is pround of the fact that he has never consulted a doctor in his life. 
  219 You must give up the idea that you are superior to them in every respect
  221 I take it that we are to come early. 
  222 I will see to its that everything is ready in time. 
œ 225  He thought, and very wisely, that it was best to do so. 
  228 Few, if any, Americans grasped the significance of what had been accomplished. 
  229 His condition was, if anything, worse than in the morning. 
  232 We look back on days gone by if not always with affections, at any rate with a kind of wistfulness. 
  235 As is often teh case with young people, he was indifferent to mnoney. 
     
Ÿ   Ÿ‚XD@Noun Constructioni–¼ŽŒ\•¶j
‚Q‚R‚X`‚Q‚T‚U 
œ 239  Their son's success in the examination gave them great pleasure. œœ
  240 The sudden increase of cars is causing a large number of traffic accidents every day. 
  246 Respect of (by) the young for the old is quite natural. 
  254 I can take a good long rest when this work is finished. 
     
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œ 257 His house stands on the hillside and commands a splendid view. 
  259 Formerly, people did not know that the earth is round and that it moves around the sun. 
œ 260 The woman with a baby in her arms arrived here just now
  263 He said that he would let us know later about the results of the examination. 
œ 264  We have recently come to realize that the past is the key to understanding the present and predicting the future. 
  267 He says he has never caught cold during the past (last) several years. 
  268 When I have finished writing the letter, I will take you to the lake about two miles beyond the hill. 
œ 270  When he came to Tokyo for the first time, this college had not been opened yet. 
  272 He had not been employed by the company two months before his linguistic abilities were recognized. 
  277 You will have seen this photograph somewhere. 
œ 278 It is getting rather late. I think I must be going now. 
  279 He is leaving for China on business next month. 
     
Ÿ   Ÿ‚QD@‚u‚‚‰‚ƒ‚…i‘ԁj 
‚Q‚W‚T`‚Q‚X‚S
œ 285 The meeting will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday. 
  293 The new mayor is well spoken of by the citizens. 
  294 English and mathematics are made much of in senior hight schools. 
     
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‚Q‚X‚T`‚R‚Q‚U
œ 295 If only I knew, I would tell you. The fact is, I have heard nothing about it. 
  296 If it were (Were it) not for this defect, I would hire him at once. 
  297 If you had come (Had you come) only two minutes earlier, you could have caught the bus. 
  298 If my son had not been killed in the traffic accident, the would be a college student now. 
  299 If you should have any trouble, don't hesitate to come to me. 
  300 If you would give me another chance, I believe I could come up to your expectation. 
  301 Even if the some were to rise in the west, I would not change my resolution. 
œ 302  But for the heat of the sun, what would become of the living things on earth? 
  303 My uncle would not have employed him but that he was very energetic. 
  304 Without your encouragement, I would have given up the plan. 
  305 To hear him speak English, you would take him for an Englishman. 
  306 The same thing, happening in wartime, would amount to disaster. 
  307 A man of common sense would realize how wrong it is. 
  308 I went at once; otherwise I would have missed him. 
  309 People could have avoided many mistakes by simple experiments
œ 310 I felt as happy as if I were still dreaming. 
  311 He pretends as though he had had nothing to do with the case. 
  312 When I hear him speak English, I wish I could speak even half as well as he does. 
  313 I wish I had told you about my father beforehand. I couldn't do so because of his sudden departure. 
  314 I wish they would turn off the radio. It is getting on my nerves. 
  315 It si time you started earning your own living.
œ 316  Don't be noisy on such an occasion. 
  317 Listen carefully to what I say, and you cannot fail to understand what I really mean. 
  318 Be careful of your language in the presence of others, or you will be sorry for it. 
     
Ÿ   Ÿ‚SD@‚`‚•‚˜‚‰‚Œ‚‰‚‚’‚™ i•“®ŽŒj 
‚R‚Q‚V`‚R‚U‚U
œ 327 I am sorry to trouble you so often, but would you kindly take this parcel to Mr. Yamada? 
  328  Won't you come in and have a cup of tea? 
  330 He would often tell me interestng stories whe I was a child. 
œ 331 You shall hear more from me by the next mail. With kind regards to you all. 
  332 "Shall I send for a doctor?" "No, thank you. There's no need for one." 
  335 Before you handed in your papers, you should have read them over and over again. 
  337 Is it any wonder that he should have failed in the examination? 
  339 There is no reason why you shouldn't do such a thing. 
œ 341  Ambitious boys cannot be so foolish as to indulge in sports at the expense of their school studies. 
  342 He started just now, so he cannot have gone so far. 
  343 If we want to live a peaceful and democratic life, we cannot help objecting (cannot but object) to war. 
œ 346 Father says I may go on to university, so I thing I will prepare for the entrance examination. 
  347 "May I help you?""No, thank you." 
  349 I may have made some minor mistakes in translation. 
  352 One may as well not know a thing at all, as know it but imperfectly. 
  353 You might as well throw your money away as lend it to him. 
œ 354  You must not park your car there without (asking) pernission. 
  355 He must be very diligent. He studies as long as five hours every day. 
  356 She looked so happy that I thought something wonderful must have happened to her. 
œ 357  I do hope I shall be able to enter this school this time and enjoy a happy school life. 
  358  You need not have come all the way from such a distant place.
  359 you had better encourage your children to form the habit of reading at an early age. 
œ 361  You ought not to say such things in public. 
  363 I used to get up early and take an hour's walk before breakfast. 
  365 You don't have to worry, since you have nothing to do with this affair. 
  366 In order to know a man, you have only to travel with him for a week. 
     
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‚R‚U‚V`‚R‚X‚W
œ 367 It is hard to fail, but it is worse never to have tried to succeed. 
  369 I could not make up my mind whom to send on my behalf. 
  370 It is a very good idea, but the question is how to carry it out. 
œ 374 He was always the first to come and the last to leave the office. 
  375 It is ten minutes before the train starts, so I will go and get a magazine to read in the train. 
œ 381  He will come here soon to inspect the industry of this town. 
  382 He stood aside for her to enter
  386 What a good scholar the author must be to write such a splendid book. 
œ 387  To tell the truth, it does not always pay to tell the truth. 
  389 To do him justice, he is not without some merits. 
  392 He was kind enough to see that I wanted for nothing. 
  393 Few people remember today the last time an earthquake was felt in London sufficiently strongly to be generally noticiable. 
  398 You are too inteligent not to pass the test. 
     
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œ 399 He sent me a letter asking if the book had reached me. 
œ 402  He sat for a long time, listening to the sound of the wind. 
  405 Accepting what you say, he might still cnceivably have killed in self-defence. 
  407 Having been wrongly addressed, the letter never reached him. 
œ 408  Speaking of doctionaries, I have (been) benefited from various kinds. 
œ 410  Situated on a hill, his house commands a fine view. 
  414 A strange fellow, he never speaks unless (he is) spoken to. 
œ 415  Their conversation being in Chinese, I did not understand a single word. 
  417 The Milky Way is a vast belt of distant stars, each star a sun like our own. 
  419 She said her prayers, her heart full of love and tenderness. 
œ 421  The bride came into the room with lowered eyes and with everyone staring at her. 
œ 425  Some people read the newspaper while watching television. 
  427 Though timid in some respects, he was very bold in others. 
  428 Her sn died of cancer when still a boy
œ 429  He repents of having neglected his studies in his school days. 
  433 Of all the books published recently, only a few are worth reading
  435 There is no telling how far science may have progressed by the end of this century. 
     
Ÿ    Ÿ‚VD@‚q‚…‚Œ‚‚”‚‰‚–‚… iŠÖŒWŽŒj 
‚S‚R‚V`‚S‚W‚R
œ 437 We visited Mito Park, which is famous for its plum blossoms. 
  438  The man who I thought was his father proved to be a perfect stranger.
  439 Go first to those who you are sure will help you. 
œ 443  Through television we can learn various things which we cannot actually see or hear. 
  444 Beauty is a letter of recommendation which it is almost impossible ignore. 
  449 I would like to introduce to you the gentleman(whom) I spoke of the other day. 
  450 He lent me two books, neither of which I have read as yet. 
œ 452  The ladies are looking after the children whose parents are employed in factories during the daytime. 
  453 The house whose roof you see beyond the bank is Mr. Suzuki's. 
œ 455  There occurred the most terrible earthquake that has ever been recorded. 
  457 They thought him dull, which he was not. 
œ 459  Are you doing what you think is right? 
  462 She is what we call a talented woman. 
œ 465  There was a fire in this city last night. We can't tell the exact time when it broke out. 
  466 The time will soon come when Japan will distinguish itself in soccer. 
  468 There are some cases where the rule does not hold good. 
469 He returned to his native village, where he spent the last few years of his life. 
  471 There is no reason why I should become a physician just because my father is one. 
œ 473 We cannot enumerate such women as have been deceived by men, and such men as have been betrayed by women. 
  475 Children should not have more money than is needed. 
  476 There is no man so bad but has a secret respect for the good. 
œ 477 They are content with things as they are
  480 Literature reflects human activity as carried on by the best minds. 
  481 This house will noto sell as it stands
  483 He is, as it were, a grown-up baby. 
     
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‚S‚W‚S`‚T‚R‚S
œ 484 As science makes progress, old ways gives place to new. 
  487  You must persevere in your effort before you can succeed.
  489  We drove through village after village, until we got to our destination. 
  490 People do not know the value of health till they lose it. 
œ 493 He was dismissed simply because he failed to work as hard as possible. 
  494 You should not despise newcomers just because you have been here longer. 
œ 496 I stayed on so that he might not feel lonely. 
  498 Take this umbrella with you lest you should get wet and catch cold. 
  500 I had been taught to expect the worst, so that I wasn't surprised. 
  501  It was such a good joke that everybody burst out laughing. 
  502 His honesty was such that he was respected by everybody. 
œ 503  Important as sugar is to our brain and cellular health, we cannot live upon it. 
  507 Whoever may say so, it is not true. 
  509 Whatever faults he may have, meanness is not one of them. 
  512  Whenever she may come, I am ready to welcome her. 
  513 Wherever you may go, you will not find a better place than your home. 
  514 However hard one may work, one cannot master a foreign language in a year or two. 
œ 518 Every time I read this novel, I find it very interesting. 
  521  I don't mind lending you the money provided (that) you pay it back within a month. 
  523 I couldn't innocently converse with any girls at all for fear her boyfriend would suddenly appear and take me to task. 
  527 The burglar wore gloves, with the result that there were no fingerprints found. 
  531 You shall want for nothing as long as I live. 
  533 As far as the eye could reach, nothing was to be seen but sand. 
   
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‚T‚R‚T`‚T‚W‚P
œ 535 I hear my father was as old as I am now when he came up to Tokyo. 
  537 Thanks to these discoveries, man's life span has become twice as long as before. 
  538 San Francisco is only one-tenth as populous as New York. 
  540 You had better read as many newspapers as you can so that you will not be left behind the times. 
  541 Tokyo was really wonderful and the welcome the Japanese extended to us was just as wonderful. 
  542 At times, I waited as long as two hours for the bus to come. 
œ 544 The climate of England is not so mild as that of Japan, but in summer it is much cooler. 
  545  Though I have neigther money not friends, I am not so unhappy as you think.
  546  Nothing is left so vividly in our mind as the impressions we received in our younger days. 
  547 There is no other contry where books are read by so many people and can be bought so cheaply as in Japan. 
œ 550 My brother is two years older than I am, but he is three centimeters shorter
  551 It is better to read a few books carefully than to read many at random. 
  552 Thanks to his efforts, it was more successful than we had expected
  553 She knew better than to smoke a cigarette in her baby's presence. 
  559  Nations are not to be judged by their size any more than individuals. 
  562 This disctionary contains not less than fifty thousand words. 
  564 A man's worth should be judged by his character rather than by his social position. 
  565 I would rather be poor than make money by dishonest means. 
œ 567  He lost the greater part of his fortune in speculation. 
  569 The boy more than justified the favorable opinion they har formed of him. 
  572 Everyone has a right to enjoy his liberty, much (still) more his life. 
  573 He cannot speak English, much (stil) less German. 
œ 574  The more I learn, the more I realize I don't know. The more I realize I don't know, the more I want to learn. 
  577 Mars is all the more interesting for its close resemblance to our earth. 
  578 I do not love him the less for his faults. 
=He has faults, but I love him none the less.
  579 He worked all the harder because his master praised him. 
œ 580  This is the most difficult day I have had since I came up to Tokyo. 
  581 We expected we would have a warm January, but we hear that this winter is the coldest in twenty years
     
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‚T‚W‚Q`‚U‚O‚W
œ 582 I do not expect that they will support my view. 
  585 Little is known of this curious plant. 
  587 He was born so poor that he received hardly any school education. 
  590 Not a few people think that all foreign-made articles are superior to ones made in this country. 
  593 "Will he pass the examination?" "I am afraid not." 
œ 595 A large number of books are published every day, but not all of them are good books. 
  596 I haven't read both his novels, but judging from the one I have read, he seems to be a promising writer. 
œ 599 There are very few noted places in the world which my father has not yet visited. 
  601 No man is so old but thinks he may live another day. 
  602  One cannot read a good book without being so much the better for it. 
  604 She did nothing but weep at the news. 
œ 605 The room allotted to me was anything but comfortable. 
  606 Far from falling, the prices of commodities went on rising. 
     
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‚U‚O‚X`‚U‚Q‚U
œ 609 Goerge has two cousin, one lives in Germany and the other in Switherland. 
  611 On one hand I have to work; on the other hand I have many visitors to see. 
  613 It is one thing to own a library; it is quite another to use it wisely. 
œ 615 The book is both interesting and instructive. 
  617 It is apt to get either cloudy or windy when the cherry blossoms are in full bloom 
  619 The difficulty with biography is that it is partly record and partly art. 
œ 623  We rented the house, not because we were pleased with it, but because it was near the station. 
  626 As food and drink are to animals, so are rain and sunshine to vegetables. 
     
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‚U‚Q‚V`‚U‚U‚O
œ 627 I was born in Tokyo on the eighth of January in 1985. 
  628 He stayed with us till the beginning of this month. 
  631 This morning I missed the 8:30 train by five minutes. 
  632  He came five minutes behind the apponted time. 
  636 He left for Tokyo on urgent business by the 7 o'clock express this morning. 
  638 Every student in this school must learn another foreign language besides English. 
  639 The moon came out from behind the cloud. 
œ 643  Accordng to experts, neither mountaineering nor skiing is dangerous. 
  647 Instead of sending somebody on your behalf, you had better go and speak in person. 
œ 650  He goes to a part-time high school every evening in addition to the work he does during the day. 
  651 In case of fire, break the glass and push the red button. 
  652 We are going to give a reception in honor of Mr. Clark, who camse to Japan the other day. 
  655 He could not take the examination on account of his illness. 
  658 He went over to America for the purpose of studying medical science. 
     
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‚U‚U‚P`‚U‚W‚O 
œ 661  Do you know how high the television tower is? 
  662 What do you think we must do in order to maintain world peace? 
  663 "That rumor is not true, is it?" "Yes, it is true."
  665 By whom did you get this English composition corrected? 
  667 What do you say to making a trip with me during the summer vacation? 
œ 672  "How do you find your washing machine?"" Not so bad." 
  675 How old were you when this town had the big fire? 
œ 679  What a pity it is that you can't come. 
  680 How careless you are to forget such an important thing! 
   
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‚U‚W‚P`‚V‚O‚O
œ 681 He told the bookstore keeper that he would come there again to buy the book that afternoon
  682 He parted from me saying that he would see me the next day, but I have not heard from him since. 
œ 685 When I asked a college student if he ever thought about the meaning of life, he was at lost for an answer. 
  686 He asked me who I thought would win the race. 
  689 She asked the doctor to come and see her son again the next day
  691 We suggested to her that we (should) go on a pictini the following Sunday. 
œ 692 He said that the matter was urgent, and that there was not a moment to lose. 
  693 He said that he had left hiw wallet at home and asked me if I could lend him 1,000 yen. 
œ 695  It would cost twice as much as this. 
  700 Meiji was beaten by Keio by a (the) score of three to five