A: What do you want for your birthday from your parents?
B: I don't know. Maybe a pair of shoes.
A: Why don't you ask them to buy you a PC? You will soon use it at college.
B: That's a dandy idea. Thank you for reminding me.
E.g. A dandy idea struck me while I was walking along the river.
E.g. A question period at the end of a speech is a dandy idea.
E.g.. Robert has hit upon a dandy idea that will get us out of our difficulty.
E.g. All at once Jack had andanty idea, a veritable inspiration.
want something from somebody：从某人身上得到某物
E.g. You have to be brave enough to show what you want from him.
E.g. Exactly what do you want from me, Mrs. Stewart?
a pair of ：一双
E.g. Tom often wears a pair of brown shoes.
E.g. A pair of white shoes completed the striking ensemble.
E.g. He said he saw from the address that I was still at college.
E.g. During his first few months at college David had been very conscious of his humble background.