In the event of rain, the party will be held indoors.
take on: decide to do sth; accept sth
E.g. Don’t take on too much work.
You should take on the responsibility as a father.
accustomed: a. usual, habitual
E.g. He took his accustomed seat before the fire.
More: be accustomed to (doing) sth. : be used to (dong) sth.
It took her some time to get accustomed to being the only lady in the office.
Compare: be accustomed to (doing) sth. 习惯于做某事
get / become accustomed to (doing) sth. 逐渐变的习惯于做某事
to one’s capacity: being completely full
E.g. The hall is filled to capacity.
adapt (to): v. (make sb. / sth.) become accustomed to new conditions, etc.
E.g. Our eyes slowly adapted to the dark.
These trees adapted themselves more easily to the red earth of this region
This best-seller has been adapted into a Hollywood movie.
B. Typical Patterns:
more important to learn to speak English and to live through this experience
than it is to receive a certificate from the American government. ”
“more than” 是英语中常见的用于两者比较的结构，表示“超过，多于”, 它还有如下诸多用法：
● A. “More than＋名词”表示“多于……”、“非但……尤其是”如：
1) Modern science is more than a large amount of information.
2) Jason is more than a lecturer; he is a writer, too.
● B. “More than＋数词”含“以上”或“不止”之意，如：
1) I have known David for more than 20 years.
2) Let's carry out the test with more than the sample copy.
● C. “More than＋形容词”等于“很”或“非常”的意思，如：
1) In doing scientific experiments, one must be more than careful with the instruments.
2) I assure you I am more than glad to help you.
● D. 在“More...than...”中，肯定“more”后面的而否定“than”后面的，约等于“是……而不是……”
1) The difference between pure linguistics and applied linguistics is more apparent than real.
2) This book seems to be more a manual than a text.
3) Catherine is more diligent than intelligent.