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1.NOT ONLY...BUT ALSO
例句：It is undeniable that by taking a major-related part-job, students can not merely improve their academic studies, but also gain much experience, which they will never be able to get from the textbooks.
2.BUT ...AS WELL
To most people, education means schools. But education has many other sources as well the home, museums, television, advertising, newspapers, and magazines.
We are frequently advised to keep physically active as we age, but older people need to keep mentally active as well.
3.AS MUCH... AS
例句：Many old people like to spend mornings in parks. They go there as muchfor companionship as for physical exercise.
例句: The success of the government’s anti-inflation efforts will depend as much on strong political will as on wise economic policy.
4.NO LESS(...) THAN
例句：As regards our foreign policy, it is no less our interest than our duty to maintain the most friendly relations with other countries.
例句：Printing does as much harm as good, since it gives us bad books as well as good ones, and propagates falsehood and error less than knowledge and truth.
5. AS WELL AS
例句：Businessmen should be honest, because, for the most part, businessmen are leaders of the larger community as -well as of their own enterprises.
例句：We should keep optimistic, for there is a great opportunity as -well as great danger in the present crisis, as the Chinese word“crisis” suggests which is a combination of two meanings: danger and opportunity.
What is taught, these faculties argue, is both critical and problem-solving modes of thought, as well as a close familiarity with at least one field.
7.DO MORE THAN +V
Colleges and universities across the nation have decided to do more than talkabout the rise in student cheating.
Led by a self-confident America 9 the Europeans did more than merely follow.
8. A MIXTURE OF/BETWEEN...AND
It was not difficult to understand that most white people
act towards the black with a mixture of sympathy and disgust.
Organized sports have become a mixture of patriotism and national pride on the one hand with the national religion and symbols on the other.
Sports accurately reflects American society, its frustrations, its fantasies, its cultural values. The arena is at once apart from and a part of everyday life.
This course will provide the student with an opportunity for learning to be at once more fanciful and more decisive.