1. I don't know anything about…
同义句型：I know nothing about…
I don't know anything about it.
I don't know anything about arts.
I don't know anything about chemistry.
I don't know anything about what's going on here.
Helen:What kind of music are you fond of?
George:I have to say pop music is my favorite.
Helen:What do you think of classical music?
George:I don't know anything about it.
Helen:I know little about it. But I think it is great.
George:So you like it?
Helen:Yes. It's beautiful, touching and elegant.
George:I will find some to listen to.
Helen:I bet you will like it.
pop music意思是“流行音乐”，pop art意思是“流行艺术”。
2. I know…, but…
同义句型：I know…, however…
I know nothing about her, but I am very sorry to hear her death.
I know the risk, but I have to tell him the truth.
I know you are kind, but I can't let you take care of this.
I know he is just your ex-boyfriend, but I am still not happy to know you two often have dinner together.
Sarah:How about going to the book store? I am thinking of buying some Harry Potter books in there.
Andy:I can't believe that you read these books.
Sarah:It's quite interesting. Don't you like it?
Andy:Yes. But there are movies, which are more interesting.
Sarah:I know movies are fantastic, but I like books more.
Andy:That's where we are different. I think books are boring.
Sarah:I can't describe the feelings to you.
Andy:You're right. So I will find some other books to read.
Don't you like it?是一个反义疑问句。意思是“难道你不喜欢它吗?”要根据实际情况回答这个问题，如果是肯定的就用yes回答，如果是否定的则用no来回答。
3. I don't know how…
同义句型：I have no idea how…
I don't know how to love her.
I don't know how I'd feel if you tell me you're leaving.
I don't know how to solve this conflict.
I don't know how to communicate with her.
A:Sweetie, you look sad. What's going on?
B:Oh. My sister is going to divorce. She is very sad. I don't know how to make her feel better.
A:What happened to them?
B:Her husband falls in love with another woman.
A:Unbelievable. He looks like a loyal and responsible man.
B:He isn't, actually. He treats my sister badly recently.
A:How terrible. I don't think divorce is bad for your sister. She will find a better man.
divorce意思是“离婚，使分离;与....离婚”。例如：I want the reason why your wife wants to divorce you. 我想知道为什么你的妻子要和你离婚。
4. You don't even know…
同义句型：You don't even understand…
You don't even know who she is.
You don't even know you are making a big mistake.
You don't even know you are being controlled.
You don't even know what I am talking about.
Cathy:Do you know that Tom went out of business?
Cathy:Two weeks ago.
Adam:That's really bad. He owned that company for 20 years. What happened?
Cathy:I have no idea. Life must be very tough for his family. That is life anyway. You don't even know what will happen next.
Adam:Yeah, I think he may have some other investments. Hope things are not as bad as they look like.
go out of business意思是“破产”，另外go broke，go bankrupt也表示“破产”。
5. I don't know about you, but…
同义句型：I don't know about you, however…
I don't know about you, but I spend most of my time working.
I don't know about you, but I'd like to share the great news with you.
I don't know about you, but I know I love you.
I don't know about you, but I'm extremely worried about you.
Andrew:Tess, you look exhausted. Why don't you take a break?
Tess:I wish I could. But there is tons of work to do. I don't know about you, but I don't feel like resting until I finish all the work.
Andrew:Why do you always have too much work to do?
Tess:We don't have enough people.
Andrew:They don't hire more people?
Tess:No. They think it's a way to keep the cost down.
Andrew:Why don't you talk to the manager?
Tess:I will bring this up in Monday's meeting.
bring up意思是“提出来”，例如：She is going to bring up the question on the meeting. 她将在会上提出这个问题。
6. You knew full well…
同义句型：You know well enough…
You knew full well that your letter was very rude.
You knew full well that something was wrong.
You knew full well that she couldn't do it.
You knew full well what she thought of it.
A: I was told that you're looking for a new apartment.
B: Right. Who told you that?
A: A friend of ours.
B: Why do you ask?
A: Because I found an apartment and I think you may be interested in it.
B: What does it look like?
A: It has two bedrooms, a nice bathroom, a good kitchen and a spacious living room where we can play ping-pang. It's low rented and quite near to a great Chinese restaurant.
B: It sounds like the kind of apartment I am looking for. Dude, you knew full well about me.
A: So you are saying we can share it?
know sb. well意思是“非常了解某人”。例如：You know me so well. 你真了解我。
Knowing this is not going to happen, she feels quite relieved.
Knowing she is the daughter of a famous actress, he made up his mind to chase her.
Knowing the deadline is coming, he starts to burn the candle at both ends.
Knowing my girlfriend doesn't love me, I decided to end the relationship.
Mary:Do you have the chance to get a raise this year?
Arthur:I don't think so.
Mary:Well, you haven't gotten a raise for three years.
Arthur:That's right. Chances are very slim this year. The company continues losing money.
Mary:That's bad. Do you want to work somewhere else?
Arthur:Yes. Knowing the company is going to be bankrupt, I have started to look for a job.
8. …before you know it
同义句型：…before you realize it.
I'll arrive there before you know it.
If you keep spending money like water, you'll be broke before you know it.
I will be better soon and back to work before you know it.
If you continue to kill your time like this, you will complete nothing before you know it.
Teddy: Hi, how about we eat out for dinner?
Ashley: Why? Did you win the lottery?
Teddy: No, I just want to have relaxed.
Ashley: Well, I don't have much money left.
Teddy: You mean you are kind of broke?
Ashley: Right. I have no idea where I spent the money.
Teddy: Yes. You often use up your money before you know it.
“use up”意思是“用完，耗尽”。例如：The coal is used up, so the company needs to purchase more. 煤已经用完了，所以公司需要再多购买一些。