|PHRASAL VERB||DAWN ON SOMEBODY|
|If something dawns on you, you realize it for the first time:
Suddenly it dawned on her that they couldn't possibly have met before.
|ADJECTIVE AND PREPOSITION + UNLESS||PRONE TO|
|Likely to suffer from something or to do something bad:
The coastal region is prone to earthquakes.
|IDIOM||TAKE EXCEPTION TO SOMETHING|
|To object strongly to something; to be angry about something:
No one could possibly take exception to his comments.
|IDIOM||DRAW THE LINE BETWEEN SOMETHING AND SOMETHING|
|To distinguish between two closely related ideas:
Where do you draw the line between genius and madness?
|PHRASE||HAVE LITTLE EXPECTATION (HOPE) OF + GERUND|
|A belief that something will happen because it is likely:
I have little expectation of cheering the team on to victory in the final.
|PHRASE||HAVE NO INTENTION OF + GERUND|
|A plan in your mind to do something:
She had no intention of paying me the money.