CET4 TEM4 IELTS 考 研 TOEFL CET6
1. i m it => I'm it，我就是他.
- imitate:  Latin imitāri meant ‘make a copy of’. It was formed from the base *im-, which also lies behind the Latin ancestors of English emulate  and image; all three words share the basic meaning element ‘likeness’. English acquired the word via the Latin past participle imitātus.
=> emulate, image
- imitate (v.)
- 1530s, a back-formation from imitation or imitator, or else from Latin imitatus. Related: Imitated; imitating. An Old English word for this was æfterhyrigan.
- 1. He could imitate in speech or writing most of those he admired.
- 2. I'd make fun of her dress and imitate her speech.
- 3. Some parrots can imitate sounds and repeat words and sentences.
- 4. James can imitate his father perfectly.
- 5. You should imitate her way of doing things.
[ imitate 造句 ]