1. 原句: So if I get in a pinch, it's nice to know I can count on Alex to bail me out.
释义: pinch n. painful or straitened circumstance（困境）
get in a pinch 陷入困境
造句: What you have to do is calming down when you get in a pinch.
2. 原句: These days, Peter doesn't raise his hand at all, and he's pretty much a C student.
释义: （词组）pretty much 几乎
造句: He is so sad that he says nothing pretty much the whole day.
3. 原句: So if I ever tried to say anything critical at all, Rowley didn't want to hear it.
释义: ever adv. at any time（任何时候）
造句: It can ever buy food at the 24-hour convenience stores.
I don't know if this makes me a bad person or whatever, but it's hard for me to get interested in other peoples vacations.
造句: I don't know if this makes me a bad person or whatever, but it's hard for me to trust other things he said.