1. behind schedule 误点
（1）Owing to various delays on route, we arrived two days behind schedule.
（2）The train was in an hour behind schedule.
2. be bent on sth. 下定决心做…
（1）A mind bent on returning is like an arrow.
（2）He was hell-bent on going in spite of the heavy rain.
adj. 弯曲的； 决心的； <英>腐败的； 同性恋
n. 爱好，癖好； [建]排架； 剪股颖属草； [植]梗草，荒草地
3. beside (the) point 离题的,不相干的
（1）This is clearly because Shanghai attracts a lower - class of tourist, but that's beside point.
（2）Always remember the journey is all The destination beside the point.
4. beyond one's ability 超越某人的能力
（1）To do this is beyond my ability.
（2）What's more these presents is beyond your financial ability now.
5. beyond question 毫无疑问
（1）To my mind, Mark Twain was beyond question the large man of his time.
（2）His honesty is beyond question.
（1）The project is behind schedule again.
（2）He is bent on winning at all costs.
（3）The cost is beside the point; what about the quality?
（4）He refused to accept any tasks which lay beyond his ability.
（5）Beyond question, the moment had come for something definite, though he could not say precisely what.