CUSTOMER: Oh right, and how long does it last?
adj. every last … ：所有…；全部…
He took out the pile of letters and burnt every last one.
I'd spent all I had, every last penny.
adj. the last but one：倒数第二；倒数第二
It's her last but one hospital visit before the baby's due.
He was the last president but one.
Her last but one novel won a prize.
adj. the last place/thing/person：（后接关系从句）最不想要的，最不可能的
This is about the last place on earth I'd like to live.
The last thing I wanted to do was teach.
He would be the last person I'd tell.
adj. to leave sb/sth until last;to leave sb/sth till last：把…留到最后
He had left the hardest problems till last.
This ale is last.
That was my last pair of tights.
I ate the last piece of pizza.
the freeing of the last hostage
Sampras reached the last four at Wimbledon.
We missed the last bus home.
the last three pages of the chapter
She said it was the very last house on the road.
The last few weeks have been hectic.
It was the last time I would ever see her.
That's the last time I take your advice!
Thanks for your last letter.
Much had changed since my last visit.
I split up with my last boyfriend three years ago.
The last time I saw him he was quite cheerful.
adv. last but not least：最后但同样重要的是
And last but not least, I would like to thank Fred for his unfailing support.
Last but not least, do try to get some exercise.
I've lost my bag.—When did you see it last?
They last saw their homeland nine years ago.
When were you there last?
When did you last see him?
These are useful questions to ask. last, there is the issue of morality and integrity.
I testified last.
He arrived last.
Add the milk last.
n. I'd be the last to … ：我绝对不…
I would be the last to say that science has explained everything.
n. at last;at long last：终于；最后；到底
Here, at long last, was the moment he had waited for.
I'm so glad that we've found you at last!
At last the train arrived in the station.
n. the last I heard：我最近一次听到的消息；最新消息
The last I heard, they were still happily married.
n. the last of sth/sb：最后剩下的…；仅存的…
He finished off the last of the wine.
The last of the customs men came aboard just before seven.
n. the last：最后的东西；最后的人；最后的事
Our names are the last on the list.
Our house is the last but one.
I'm always the last to find out.
She was the last to go to bed.
n. the … before last：上上个…；上上次…
We ate there again after a bad experience the time before last.
the night/week/weekend/Friday before last
It was the dog he'd heard the night before last.
the Christmas before last
n. to see the last of sb：最后一次见到某人；不再见到某人
That was the last we saw of her.
I had a feeling it would be the last I heard of him.
n. to the last：到最后；直到最终；一直；始终
He urged his countrymen to fight to the last.
He was defiant to the last.
He did badly in last year's elections.
His speech lasted exactly fourteen minutes.
Their marriage only lasted six months.
The war lasted until January 1992.
The affair lasted until he met a girl his own age.
The marriage had lasted for less than two years.
This battery lasts twice as long as other batteries.
One tube of glue lasts for ages.
The curry lasted for two days.
The rice will last us till Friday.
He played well and managed to last the full 90 minutes.
adj. to the last … ：（表示全部包括在内）任何…，每…
n. at the last：在生命的最后一刻
n. last in, first out：（需要裁员时首先解雇新员工的）“后进先出”原则
n. to breathe your last：与世长辞