1 I said when we first met that you had improved.
2 You've improved immensely since then, and I congratulate you.
3 I can do it, for I have May Chester as a model, and I'll improve upon her.
4 It was good practice, he said, and when the beginners improved, anyone would pay.
5 She tries very hard, and I know you will be pleased with her improvement when you come.
6 It's proper to use good words, and improve your vocabilary, returned Amy, with dignity.
7 The invalids improved rapidly, and Mr. March began to talk of returning early in the new year.
8 Let them hear how much you have improved, said Laurie, with pardonable pride in his promising pupil.
9 It isn't what it should be, but you have improved it, he added, as she snapped the silver bracelet on her wrist.
10 Laurie went back to his grandfather, and was so dutifully devoted for several weeks that the old gentleman declared the climate of Nice had improved him wonderfully, and he had better try it again.
11 Mr. Laurence, hale and hearty as ever, was quite as much improved as the others by his foreign tour, for the crustiness seemed to be nearly gone, and the old-fashioned courtliness had received a polish which made it kindlier than ever.
12 As they sat sewing together, Jo discovered how much improved her sister Meg was, how well she could talk, how much she knew about good, womanly impulses, thoughts, and feelings, how happy she was in husband and children, and how much they were all doing for each other.
13 Laurie was her especial dread, but thanks to the new manager, he behaved with praiseworthy propriety, never called Mr. Bhaer 'a capital old fellow' in public, never alluded, in the remotest manner, to Jo's improved appearance, or expressed the least surprise at seeing the Professor's hat on the Marches' table nearly every evening.