The English meaning of 1 on top2 upon3 above4 upper5 previous6 first (of multiple parts)7 to climb8 to get onto9 to go up10 to attend (class or university)
It is said that the weather on the mountain changes easily.
He boarded a plane bound for Los Angeles.
Don't forget to put a stamp on your letter.
Can you imagine walking around on the moon?
I want the same jacket as you are wearing.
My business has at last gotten on the right track.
He quickly made friends with the new boy on the block.
Bush followed Reagan as president.
I had an awful experience today, so I'm going to have a beer and go straight to bed.
They awarded her first prize at the flower show.
Thousands of foreigners visit Japan every year.
I can't imagine life on another planet.
Only then did he realize he had been deceived.
In a way you are right, but I still have doubts.
We gained the top of Mt. Fuji at last.
If you hurry, you will catch up with him.
I go to the office by bicycle except on rainy days.
Newspapers, magazines, and newscasts tell what is going on in the world.
Ann wrote something on the blackboard.
What a dictionary says is not always right.
My sister takes piano lessons twice a week.
Father takes the 7:00 subway to work.
A stranger spoke to me in the bus.