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chowderhead: 傻瓜、笨蛋 -01-6 3:8:57 来源: 前几天我们刚说过一个关于"愚笨"的表达-- dumbbell, 刚巧有同学询问chowderhead的涵义Chowderhead也是"傻瓜、笨蛋",但与dumbbell相比,chowderhead的侮辱意味更浓,更偏重于方言,尤见于波士顿地区先说说词的构成,chowder是我们常说的杂烩汤,但常常特指"用牛奶或西红柿作汤底的浓汤,汤里常加入蔬菜(如土豆和洋葱),以及鱼或贝类(尤其是蛤)",据说这种食法最初由法国人传入英国Chowderhead进入英语词汇与chowder毫无干系,18世纪早期,形容某人"傻瓜、笨蛋"的侮辱性用语是cholterhead(现已不用),随着口头的传述,cholterhead渐演变成chowerdhead另外,再告诉大家一个类似的表达--jolterhead, 它也用来形容某人是"傻瓜"不敢再说了,否则有人要怀疑我们在开"傻瓜聚会"了(中国日报网站编译) 傻瓜 我们 形容 一个日常英语模拟句 -01-7 18:5:51 来源: 【别人抱怨你没做好的时候,那你就说!】1. Do it yourself, then. 既然如此,你自己来吧举例:A: That's not the way I wanted it done.这可不是我想要的方式B: Do it yourself, then.那你自己来呗【像个长者一样地说话!】. That's more like it.这才像话 举例:A: Don't talk to your brother that way!别跟你哥哥那么说话!B: I'm sorry I insulted you, Jimmy.对不起,我侮辱了你,吉米A: That's more like it.那这像话【别人的行为你觉得过分,这样说!】3. That's going too far.太过分了!举例:A: Should I buy my girlfriend a car?我是不是该给我女朋友买部车呢?B: That's going too far.那太过分了!【洋洋得意地、有先见之明地说!】. See. I told you (so).我老早告诉过你举例:A: It was stupid of me to go bungee jumping.我居然去蹦极,真是太蠢了B: See, I told you so.看,我早就这么说【毫不在乎地说,我不care!】5. So what?那又怎样? 举例:A: You're not wearing your seatbelt.你没系安全带B: So what?那又怎样?【可怜兮兮地说!】6. I'm counting on you. You're my only hope.就指望你了 举例:A: Sure, I'll come watch you give your speech.当然,我会来看你演讲的B: Great, I'm counting on you!太好了,我就指望你了7. Do something (about it) ! Don't just sit there!想想办法吧!(别闲坐着!)举例:A: Honey, the garbage needs to be taken out.亲爱的,垃圾该拿出去了B: So, don't just sit there, go do something about it!那你就别光坐在那儿了,去做点事吧!【毫不客气地说!】8. Who do you think you are?你以为你是谁啊?! 举例:A: You shouldn't talk to your children that way.你不该这么跟你的孩子们说话B: Who do you think you are? Mind your own business.你以为你是谁啊?管好自己的事吧9. Stop playing the fool. Don't act stupid.别装傻了举例:A: Honey, would you please put the dishes in the dishwasher?亲爱的,你能把碗碟放进洗碗机里吗?B: I don't know how to run it.我不知道怎么操作A: Stop playing the fool!别装傻了!. Any complaints? Do you have something to say?你有何不满?你有什么话要说吗?举例:A: Can I see the work schedule next week?我能看看下星期的日程表吗?B: Here it is. Do you have something to say?这就是你有什么要说吗? 模拟 英语 日常 nbsp我对圣诞节最深刻的记忆总是和一只小猫联系在一起我第一次见到它是我出诊去给安斯沃思太太的一只看病我有点惊奇地瞧着蹲在炉前的那个毛茸茸的黑色小生灵“我还不知道你有只猫,”我说道The Yorkshire Christmas CatMy strongest memory of Christmas will always bound up with1) a certain little cat.I first saw her when I was called to see one of Mrs.Ainsworth’ dogs,and I looked in some surprise at the furry) black creature sitting bee the fire.“I didn’t know you had a cat,”I said.The lady smiled.“We haven’t,this is Debbie,at least that’s what we call her.She’s a stray.Comes here two or three times a week and we give her some food.I don’t know where she lives but I believe she spends a lot of her time around one of the farms along the road.”As I watched she turned,crept soundlessly from the room and was gone.“That’s always the way with Debbie,”Mrs.Ainsworth laughed.“She never stays more than ten minutes or so,then she’s off.”Mrs.Ainsworth was a plumpish3),pleasant-faced woman in her ties and the kind of client veterinary) surgeons dream of --well-off ,generous,and the owner of three cosseted5) Basset hounds.And it only needed the habitually mournful expression of one of the dogs to deepen a little and I was round there posthaste.So my visits to the Ainsworth home were frequent but undemanding,and I had ample opporty to look out the little cat that had intrigued me.On one occasion I spotted her nibbling daintily from a saucer at the kitchen door.As I watched she turned and almost floated on light footsteps into the hall and then through the lounge6) door.The three Bassets were aly in residence draped snoring on the fireside rug,but they seemed to be used to Debbie.Debbie sat among them in her usual posture:upright,intent,gazing absorbedly into the glowing coals.This time I tried to make friends with her.I approached her carefully but she leaned away as I stretched out7) my hand.However,by patient wheedling and soft talk I managed to touch her and gently stroke her cheek with one finger.There was a moment when she responded by putting her head on one side and rubbing back against my hand,but soon she was y to leave.Once outside the house she darted quickly along the road then through a gap in a hedge,and the last I saw was the little black figure flitting over the rain-swept grass of a field.It must have been nearly three months bee I heard from Ainsworth,and in fact I had begun to wonder at the Bassets’ long symptomless run when she came on the phone.It was Christmas morning and she was apologetic.“Mr.Herriot,I’m so sorry to bother you today of all days.I should think you want a rest at Christmas like anybody else.”But her natural politeness could not hide the distress in her voice.“Please don’t worry about that,”I said.“Which one is it this time?”“It’s not one of the dogs.It’s...Debbie.”“Debbie?She’s at your house now?”“Yes...but there’s something wrong.Please come quickly.”Mrs.Ainsworth’s home was lavishly decorated with tinsel and holly,rows of drinks stood on the sideboard and the rich aroma of turkey and sage-and-onion stuffing wafted from the kitchen.But her eyes were full of pain as she led me through to the lounge.Debbie was there all right,but this time everything was different.She wasn’t sitting upright in her usual position;she was stretched quite motion less on her side,and huddle close to her lay a tiny black kitten.I looked down in bewilderment.“What’s happened here?”“It’s the strangest thing,”Mrs.Ainsworth replied.“I haven’t seen her several weeks then she came in about two hours ago--sort of staggered into the kitchen,and she was carrying the kitten in her mouth.She took it through the lounge and laid it on the rug,and at first I was amused.But I could see all was not well because she sat as she usually does,but a long time--over an hour--then she lay down like this and she hasn’t moved.”I knelt on the rug and passed my hand over Debbie’s neck and ribs.She was thinner than ever,her fur dirty and mud-caked.She did not resist as I gently opened her mouth,a knell sounded in my mind.Mrs.Ainsworth’s voice seemed to come from afar.“Is she ill,Mr.Herriot?”I hesitated.“Yes...yes,I’m afraid so.She has a malignant growth.”I stood up.“There’s absolutely nothing you can do.I’m sorry.”Mrs.Ainsworth reached out and lifted the bedraggled black morsel.She smoothed her finger along the muddy fur and the tiny mouth opened in a soundless miaow.“Isn’t it strange?She was dying and she brought her kitten here.And on Christmas Day.”The tears had dried on Mrs.Ainsworth’s cheeks and she was bright-eyed as she looked at me.“I’ve never had a cat bee,”she said.I smiled.“Well it looks as though you’ve got one now.”And she certainly had.The kitten grew rapidly into a sleek,handsome cat with a boisterous8) nature which earned him the name of Buster.On my visits I watched his development with delight.As I looked at him,a picture of health and contentment,my mind went back to his mother.Was it too much to think that that dying little creature,with the last of her strength,had carried her kitten to the only haven of comt and warmth she had ever known in the hope that it would be cared there?Maybe it was.But it seemed I wasn’t the only one with such fancies.Mrs.Ainsworth turned to me and though she was smiling her eyes were wistful9).“Debbie would be pleased,”she said.I nodded.“Yes,she would...It was just a year ago today she brought him,wasn’t it?”“That’s right.”She hugged Buster to her again.“The best Christmas present I ever had.”

然后风筝就越飞越远,你知道没有多久,这个美丽的小家伙就会挣脱你绑在他身上的束缚,尽情翱翔在天空,自由自在那时,你就知道了,你已经完成你所应该做的事了Children Are Like Kites You spend years trying to get them off the ground.You run with them until you're both breathless. They crash.They hit the rooftop.You patch comt, and sure that someday they would flyFinally they are airborne...They need more string and you keep letting it out.They talk and the each twist of the twinethere is a sadness that goes with joy.The kite becomes more distant, and you know it won't be long bee that beautiful creature will snap the lifeline that binds you two togetherand will soar as it is meant to soar, free and alone.Only then do you know that you did your job. 18

和英美人士交流,学会灵活运用肢体语言 -- ::8 来源:   中国学生往往意识不到,在用英语进行表达的同时,还伴随着体态语言英语中有一句谚语是这样说的 :Actions speak louder than words  这句话的underlying meaning(内在含义)是“事实胜于雄辩”,我们不妨把它理解成Your body movements speak louder than your words(你的体态动作比你的语言更有力量)你站在那里什么也不用说,但实际上你的体态语言已经说明了一切世界上最大的猎头公司 KornFerry International的人力资源专家的统计结论也显示,“In a job interview,you will be virtually fully judged within the first 30 seconds, even bee you start to talk”(在工作面试中,你甚至还没有开始讲话,面试官实际上已经在30秒之内对你有了全面的评价)这其中:visual (what you see,你所看到的)占55%;audio(what you hear,你所听到的)占38%;content(what is said,你们真正的谈话内容)占7%  由此可见,体态语言在交流中扮演着重要的角色而在体态语言的具体应用上要注意哪些方面呢?  第一,在与西方人面对面谈话的时候要注意保持一定的距离(keep a certain distance)当然,不同社会文化习俗的人保持的距离是不一样的对英美人而言,这个距离是3英尺,如果是面对东欧人和南美人,这个距离还可以再近些,但仍要在英尺以上第二,在跟英美人第一次见面相互握手的时候,一定要有点力度,如果握起手来有气无力,或者只伸出手指尖来给人握,就会给对方冷冰冰的感觉,英文中管这种握手叫做wet handshake  男女之间的握手一般是女方先主动伸出手来,男子不必主动;女方若不伸手,亦可点头致意西方人之间(特别是亲属和关系密切的朋友)的见面礼还有拥抱和亲吻,这个我们暂时还用不到第三,必须特别指出的一点是eye contact(目光交流),是否有这种目光交流是表明你自信与否的重要手段在中国,受几千年传统文化的影响,尤其是在面对长辈的时候,我们会尽可能避开他们的目光,尽量表现得谦虚、恭敬但是,在外国人看来,这是一种不诚实的行为,你的话的可信度会大打折扣,甚至他会怀疑你在说谎这是我们中国学生在申请奖学金面试和找工作面试的时候最不注意同时也是吃亏最多的地方还有一些body language(体态语言)是西方文化里面所特有的,比如:  winking(眨眼睛,使眼色):to convey a message, signal, orsuggestion(传达信息、信号或建议)  shrugging(耸肩):to raise the shoulders, especially as a gesture of doubt, disdain, or indifference(抬高肩膀,尤其作为一种表示怀疑、蔑视或漠然的姿式)  wagging the index finger(摇动食指):disapproval,warning(表示不同意、警告)  thumbing down(拇指朝下):a “no”sign(表“不赞成、不持”的符号)  chewing fingernails(啃手指甲):indicating stress, worry etc(表示压力、焦虑等)  有一些动作是中国文化里所特有的,比如:  covering one’s mouth with one hand while speaking(说话的时候用一只手掩着嘴):saying something secret(说秘密的事情)  staring atstrangers(目不转睛地盯着陌生人):showing curiosity(表示好奇)  pointing to one’s own nose with an index finger(用食指指向自己的鼻子):an “It’s me”gesture (表示“这是我”的手势)  holding an object with both hands when offering it to sb(双手捧着某样东西给某人):showing respect(表示尊敬)  以上种种,在和英美人士交流的时候,你得学会灵活运用有的同学可能会说,在国内的语言学习环境里,平时很难接触到外国人,我们如何能够归纳出得体的体态语言的系统呢?实际上很简单,你可以看英文电影,你把电影从头到尾看一遍,观察里面的体态语言以上是我们对中国学生在语音语调、语法、词汇和体态语言方面的不自信进行的粗略分析记得曾经有这样一篇文章,叫做《你开口,就成功,专门讨论善于表达自己的意思在大学生毕业求职时的重要性笔者由此联想到了中国学生的英语学习,“你开口,就成功”真是一语道破天机,做任何一件事情,首先就要对自己充满自信,自信是一切成功的基础 运用 语言 灵活 学会An elderly carpenter was y to retire. He told his employer contractor of his plans to leave the house building business and live a more leisurely life. He would miss the paycheck, but he needed to retire. They could get by. 一位年迈的木匠准备退休了他告诉他的老板准备离开建筑业的打算,他说他想和他的妻子过一种更休闲的生活,享受天伦之乐他还说他会怀念这里的薪水的,但必须退休了,他的离职他们慢慢就会适应 The contrctor was sorry to see his good worker go and asked if he could build just one more house as a personal favor. The carpenter said yes, but in time it was easy to see that his haert was not in his work. He resorted to shoddy workmanship and used inferior materials. 老板对他的这位优秀员工的离去感到非常遗憾,于是问他是否可以盖最后一栋房子作为私下里的帮忙这位木匠答应了,但显而易见他做事的时候是心不在焉的他的手工做得毛毛糙糙,用的材料也是次品 It was an untunate way to end his career. When the carpenter finished his work and the builder came to inspect the house, the contractor handed the front door key to the carpenter. "This is your house," he said, "my gift to you." 这样结束他的事业是不不幸的,当木匠最后完工,老板来看房子时,他把前门的钥匙交给木匠说:“这是你的房子,是我送给你的礼物” What a shock! What a shame! If he had only known he was building his own house, he would have done it all so differently, Now he had to live in the home hs had built none too well. 震惊!羞愧!如果他早知道他是在盖自己的房子,他肯定会做得截然不同的,现在他不得不住在自己建的糟糕透顶的房子里面 So it is with us. We build our lives in a distracted way, reacting rather than acting, willing to put up less than best. At important points we do not give the job our best eft. Then with a shock we look at we are now living in the house we have built. If we had realized that we would done it differently. 这个道理同样适合我们在营造生活时,我们的精力被分散到太多的地方,我们只是被动地适应而不会主动行动,而我们自己也不愿意去尽心尽力地营造我们的生活在重要的时刻我们也没能尽自己最大的努力做好工作仁厚我们吃惊地看到自己做的一切:发现自己处在自己建造的房子里如果我们早意识到这一点的话,我们的做法就会完全不同 Think of yourself as the carpenter. Think about your house. Each day you hammer a nail, place a board, or erect a wall. Build wisely. 把你自己当成那个木匠想想你的房子每天你都会钉个钉子,放块模板或砌一面墙明智地建造你的房子 It is the only life you will ever build. Even if you live it only one day more, that day deserves to be lived graciously and with dinity. 这是你唯一可以营造的生活即使你只可以再活一天,你也要活得优雅、有尊严 The plaque on the wall says, "Life ia a do-it-yourself project." Who could say it more clearly? Your life today is the result of your attitudes and choices in the past. Your life tomorrow will be the result of your attitudes and the choices you make today. 墙上的匾写着:“生活就是一个自己动手工程”谁能比这个说得更明白?你今天的生活就是你过去的生活态度和所作选择的结果你明天的生活就是你今天的生活和所作选择的结果 880英语口语每天说上半小时0(51) -- ::00 来源: 高速下载 51. Bookstore 书店(上)1.Have you got any German-chinese dictionaries?.Where can I find the latest edition of this dictionary?3.Could you show me on which shelf I can find the book?.Would you like to have this one?5.Which do you prefer,the paperback or the hardcover?6.I'll take this one.Dialogue OneA:Do you have a good English-Chinese dictionary?B:Sure.How about this one?A:Is this the latest edition?B:Yes.We have both the paperback and the hardcover.A:What's the difference?B:The hardcover is more expensive.A:Oh!I see. I'll have the paperback,please,Dialogue TwoA:Can I help you,sir?B:I want to find a book called Gone with the Wind.But I can't find it.A:Let me give you a hand.The author is...B:Margaret Mitchell.A:Oh,yes.Here it is .B:Thank you very much.I have been looking it a long time.Is this the latest edition?A:Yes,we have both the paperback and hardcover.which would you want to buy?B:How about the price of the hardcover?A:It's .B:A little bit expensive,but I will buy one.This is ,here you are.Dialogue ThreeA:Can I help you?B:I'm looking books on WTO.Could you show me where they are?A:Come this way please.We've got plenty of them and they're all on the shelf near the cashier's desk.B:Thanks a lot.A:You're welcome.我家附近的小书店I love bookstore very much.You may ask why.The answer is simple,because I love books.Near our house,there is a little bookstore.Although it's small,it has lots of books.My husband and I often go there in our spare time.The owner of the bookstore is a person who loves books,too.In the bookstore,there are four big shelves.And different kinds of books are put on different shelves.So you can find the books you want easily.If you have some free time,welcome here to have a look.Bookstore 书店(下)1.I'd like to buy an English grammar..I wonder if you've got any books on computer science.3.Any book on it will do..Do you happen to know who the author is?5.Have you got any idea who the author is?6.Those books are sold out out.7.Books of this kind are out of stock now.8.We're selling books on sale.Dialogue OneA:Excuse me,do you have A tale of Two Cities?I'd like a copy of it.B:Who is the author?A:Charles Dickens.B:Sorry,we 're sold out right now.Please come back next week.A:Ok,Thanks.Dialogue TwoA:Excuse me.I am looking a book called Little Women,but I can't find it anywhere.B:Let me see.I am sorry we just have sold it out.A:Will you have it later?B:I think so.Could I have you name,telephone number?If we get one,I will call you.A:That's terrific.Thank you.Dialogue ThreeA:Excuse me.Have you got any books on genetic engineering?I've looked them everywhere,but I can't find any.B:I'm not sure if we've got any now.Books of that kind are on this shelf.Well,I'm afraid we've sold out.A:What a pity!I should have come earlier.B:Come some time next week if you like.I think we'll have got some by them.A:Ok,I will.三本书I once wanted to buy a called Wives and Daughters by Mrs. GASkell.It's a very good nineteenth-century novel.I went to three good bookshops in London.NO,they said,they hadn't seen it years.But they said they would look one me.Three months later I had postcards from all three shops;each of them had found a copy.So I had to buy three copies of Wives and Daughters. 小时 上半 每天 英语口语

常用英语句子大全 --9 :5: 来源: 常用英语句子大全想要练好口语?这不是纸上谈兵的事,小编在这里为大家整理了一些常用英语句子,让我们一起开始行动吧! 1.I’m an office worker. 我是上班族    .I work the government. 我在政府机关做事    3. I am going to my uncle's. 我去我叔叔家   .I like your sense of humor. 我喜欢你的幽默感    5.She is doing nothing right now. 她现在没做什么事情   6.I’ll call you. 我会打电话给你    7.She is doing some cooking. 她在煮东西    8.I want something to eat. 我想吃点东西    9.I need your help. 我需要你的帮助    .I would like to talk to you a minute. 我想和你谈一下    .I have a lot of problems. 我有很多问题    .I hope our dreams come true. 我希望我们的梦想成真    .I’m looking ward to seeing you. 我期望见到你    .I’m supposed to go on a diet get a raise. 我应该节食涨工资    .I heard that you’re getting married. Congratulations.听说你要结婚了,恭喜!    .I see what your mean. 我了解你的意思    .I can’t do this. 我不能这么做    18.Let me explain why I was late. 让我解释迟到的理由    19.Let’s have a beer or something. 咱们喝点啤酒什么的    .Where is your office? 你们的办公室在哪?    1.What is your plan? 你的计划是什么?    .When is the store closing? 这家店什么时候结束营业?    3.Are you sure you can come by at nine? 你肯定你九点能来吗?    .Am I allowed to stay out past ? 我可以十点过后再回家吗?    5.The meeting was scheduled two hours, but it is now over yet. 会议原定了两个小时,不过现在还没有结束    6.Tom’s birthday is this week. 汤姆的生日就在这个星期    7.Would you care to see it sit down a while? 你要不要看坐一会呢?    .Can you cover me on Fridayhelp me tell me how to get there? 星期五能不能请你替我个班你能帮我吗你能告诉我到那里怎么走吗?    9.Could you do me a big favor? 能否请你帮我个忙?    30.He is crazy about Crazy English. 他对疯狂英语很着迷    31.Can you imagine how much he paid that car?你能想象他买那车花了多少钱吗?    3.Can you believe that I bought a TV ?    33.Did you know he was having an affaircheating on his wife? 你知道他有外遇了吗?欺骗他的妻子吗?    .Did you hear about the new project? 你知道那个新项目吗?    35.Do you realize that all of these shirts are half off? 你知道这些衬衫都卖半价了吗?    36.Are you mind if I take tomorrow off? 你介意我明天请假吗?    37.I enjoy working with you very much. 我很喜欢和你一起工作    38.Did you know that Stone ended up marrying his secretary? 你知道吗?斯通最终和他的秘书结婚了    39.Let’s get together lunch. 让我们一起吃顿午餐吧    0.How did you do on your test? 你这次考试的结果如何?    1.Do you think you can come? 你认为你能来吗?    .How was your weekend ? 你周末过得怎么样?    3.Here is my card. 这是我的名片    .He is used to eating out all the time. 他已经习惯在外面吃饭了    5.I’m getting a new computer birthday present. 我得到一台电脑作生日礼物    6.Have you ever driven a BMW? 你有没有开过“宝马”?    7.How about if we go tomorrow instead? 我们改成明天去怎么样?    8.How do you like Hong Kong? 你喜欢香港吗?    9.How do you want your steak? 你的牛排要几分熟?    50.How did the game turn out? 球赛结果如何?    51.How did Mary make all of her money? 玛丽所有的钱是怎么赚到的?    5.How was your date? 你的约会怎么样?    53.How are you doing with your new boss? 你跟你的新上司处得如何?    5.How should I tell him the bad news? 我该如何告诉他这个坏消息?    55.How much money did you make? 你赚了多少钱?    56.How much does it cost to go abroad? 出国要多少钱?    57.How long will it take to get to your house? 到你家要多久?    58.How long have you been here? 你在这里多久了?    59.How niceprettycoldfunnystupidboringinteresting.    60.How about going out dinner? 出去吃晚餐如何?    61.I’m sorry that you didn’t get the job. 很遗憾,你没有得到那份工作    6.I’m afraid that it’s not going to work out. 我恐怕这事不会成的    63.I guess I could come over. 我想我能来    6.Is it okay to smoke in the office? 在办公室里抽烟可以吗?   65.It was kind of exciting. 有点剌激    66.I know what you want. 我知道你想要什么    67.Is that why you don’t want to go home? 这就是你不想回家的原因吗?    68.I’m sure we can get you a great good deal. 我很肯定我们可以帮你做成一笔好交易    69.Would you help me with the report? 你愿意帮我写报告吗?    70.I didn’t know he was the richest person in the world.我不知道他是世界上最有钱的人    71.I’ll have to ask my bosswife first.我必须先问一下我的老板老婆    7.I take it you don’t agree. 这么说来,我认为你是不同意    73.I tried losing weight, but nothing worked. 我曾试着减肥,但是毫无效果    7.It doesn’t make any sense to get up so early.那么早起来没有任何意义    75.It took years of hard work to speak good English. 讲一口流利的英语需要多年的刻苦操练    76.It feels like spring I’ve been here bee. 感觉好象春天到了我以前来过这里    77.I wonder if they can make it. 我在想他们是不是能办得到     78.It’s not as cold hot as it was yesterday. 今天不想昨天那么冷热    79.It’s not his work that bothers me; it’s his attitude. 困扰我的不是他的工作,而是他的态度    80.It sounds like you enjoyed it. 听起来你好象蛮喜欢的    81.It seems to me that be would like to go back home. 我觉得他好象想要回家    8.It looks very nice. 看起来很漂亮    83.Is everything under control? 一切都在掌握之中吗?    8.I thought you could do a better job. 我以为你的表现会更好    85.It’s time us to say “No” to America. 是我们对美国说不的时候了    86.The show is supposed to be good. 这场表演应当是相当好的    87.It really depends on who is in charge. 那纯粹要看谁负责了    88.It involves a lot of hard work. 那需要很多的辛勤工作    89.That might be in your favor. 那可能对你有利    90.I didn’t realize how much this meant to you. 我不知道这个对你的意义有这么大    91.I didn’t mean to offend you. 我不是故意冒犯你    9.I was wondering if you were doing anything this weekend. 我想知道这个周末你有什么要做    93.May I have your attention., please? 请大家注意一下    9.This is great golfing swimming picnic weather. 这是个打高尔夫球游泳野餐的好天气    95.Thanks taking me the movie. 谢谢你带我去看电影    96.I am too tired to speak. 我累得说不出活来    97.Would you tell me your phone number? 你能告诉我你的电话号码吗?    98.Where did you learn to speak English? 你从哪里学会说英语的呢?    99.There is a TV show about AIDS on right now. 电视正在播放一个关于爱滋病的节目    0.What do you think of his new job this magazine? 你对他的新工作这本杂志看法如何 常用英语句子

A Place to StandIf you have ever gone through a toll booth, you know that your relationship to the person in the booth is not the most intimate you'll ever have. It is one of life's frequent non-encounters You hand over some money; you might get change; you drive off. I have been through every one of the toll booths on the Oakland-San Francisco Bay Bridge on thousands of occasions, and never had an exchange worth remembering with anybody.Late one morning in 198, headed lunch in San Francisco, I drove toward one of the booths. I heard loud music. It sounded like a party, or a Michael Jackson concert. I looked around. No other cars with their windows open. No sound trucks. I looked at the toll booth. Inside it, the man was dancing.“What are you doing?” I asked. “I'm having a party.” he said. “What about the rest of these people?” I looked over at other booths; nothing moving there. “They're not invited.” I had a dozen other questions him, but somebody in a big hurry to get somewhere started punching his horn behind me and I drove off. But I made a note to myself Find this guy again. There's something in his eye that says there's magic in his toll booth.Months later I did find him again, still with the loud music, still having a party. Again I asked“What are you doing?” He said“I remember you from the last time.I'm still dancing. I'm having the same party.” I said“Look. What about the rest of the people?” He said“Stop. What do those look like to you?”He pointed down the row of toll booths. “They look like tool booths.” “No imagination!” I said“Okay, I give up. What do they look like to you?” He said“Vertical coffins.” “What are you talking about?” “I can prove it. At 830 every morning, live people get in. Then they die eight hours. 859你所要做的就是去尝试倾听你心灵深处的召唤你会惊奇地发现,那些看似不可解决的问题在清晨的阳光普照前已经像薄雾般消失散尽Welcome to Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax, I’m Faith. How often do we come to a place in life where we feel there is no hope, no purpose going on, no anything to live ? Some of us come to this place often while others just visit once in a while. But I am sure, most of us have been there one time or another. During such times, the pain is intense, the fear is beyond comprehension and the confusion is great. What do we do at such times? Where do we go? Who do we ask help? Where do we turn?But there is always hope, always help if we can clear our heads, still our minds and listen to the deep calm voice that comes from somewhere deep within us. This voice has always been there and it will continue to be there. All we have to do is listen…By being quiet within and listening to the guidance that comes from our soul, we will be led to take the right actions, meet the right people, ask the right questions and find the perfect solution to the problem which haunts us.You’re listening to Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax, I’m Faith. All you have to do is try it yourself. You'll be amazed how seemingly impossible problems disappear as the mists bee the morning sun. All you need is deep within you waiting to unfold and reveal itself. All you have to do is be still and take time to seek what is within, and you will surely find it. 70办公室口语新技能get√ Coffee hour闲聊 --7 :55:33 来源: Found yourself in a work situation whilst you are still learning the English you need to get by? Or maybe you have an English-speaking colleague that you would like to get closer to.   当你仍然坚持学习英语时,你是否发现虽处于工作环境,但仍需学习英语?或者你可能有一位能说一口流利英文的同事,你想靠近与其交流   At the coffee machine   咖啡机旁聊天   Latte in hand, spsheets on hold: these are a few phrases you are more than likely to hear amongst your work colleagues as you relax. They’re easy to pick up and use, too.   一手拿着拿铁咖啡,一手握着报表:这里有几个短语,在你放松的时候你可能会从同事那里听到这些短语也非常容易学习和使用   1.(to) play catch up – to be late starting something so you make a big eft to overcome it; it doesn’t mean you have been lazy!– more often it refers to when something comes in last minute, or you are working to a tight deadline.   (to) play catch up –开始做某件事情有点晚,使你不得不花大力气去完成它;这并不是指你懒惰!-它经常更多的是指做某事到最后关头了,或者你临近截止日期,尽力追赶的意思   e.g.“We’re playing catch-up on that commission from France.”   例如,“我们要尽力追赶法国来的任务”   Meaning: we’re working overtime to get everything y the commission from France.   意思是:我们在尽力加班为完成法国的任务做好充分准备   When might you use it?   什么时候使用这个短语呢?   To express being a bit stressed out or under pressure to deliver a project; to express the eft required to overcome something which you are currently behind schedule. You might also use the phrase to motivate or drive your own team to complete something – “we’re playing catch-up here, guys” – as it can add an air of competition.   一般是表达承受着巨大的压力或是顶着压力去实现一项任务;可用于表达你需要努力去完成已经落后于进度的事情你可能也用这个词组去激励或者驱使你的团队去完成某项任务—“同伴们,我们快实现目标啦”—它可能增加竞争的气氛   .(to) pay a premium– meaning you pay a higher price something because the quality or reputation is better   –是指你要花费更高的价格购买某物,因为它的质量或名声更好   e.g.“We’re paying a premium the plug from X Box, but it’s worth it”   “我们花了高价的XBox插座,但是它值”   When might you use it?   什么时候使用这个词组呢?   This can be used in coffee machine conversation very easily – it just refers to a deal you’ve made where the company (or yourself) has paid a price that is above the normal market price. You might use it to gain a bit of prestigeboast about your purchase.   这可以很轻易的在闲聊时使用—它可以用于提到你刚完成的一笔交易,交易价格高于市场价格你可能用它去吹嘘你购物的物品   3.an uphill strugglebattle– meaning it’s a big obstacle to overcome   意思是要克的大的障碍   If you’re in an American business you are more likely to hear ‘uphill battle’; ‘uphill struggle’ is the UK equivalent.   如果你处在美国商业环境中,你可能更多的听到的是‘uphill battle’; ‘uphill struggle’在英国是同等的意思   e.g.“Getting this new construction under budget is an uphill struggle, but we have to make it happen.”   “在现有预算下做好这个新工程很难,但是我们也要让其实现”   When might you use it?   什么场合使用这个词组呢?   When talking about a project that is particularly difficult – or if you want to make something sound difficult. It would also work very nicely alongside ‘playing catch-up’ – i.e. “we’re playing catch-up on the construction project and it’s going to be an uphill struggle.”   当谈论到一个工程特别困难时—或者如果你想让某事听起来很难的时候这个也可以同“catch-up尽力赶上”这个词组配合的非常好—例如:“我们在尽力追赶完成这个工程,这是个相当大的困难”   . (to) go up market – to sell the brand to a wealthier audienceto begin appealing to high-end markets   把品牌出售给富人开始去吸引高端市场   e.g.“We’ve decided to go upmarket and sell our scarves at LibertyMacy’ssmart department store…”   “我们决定去吸引高端市场,在利伯蒂梅西百货时尚百货商店等卖我们的领带”   When might you use it?   什么场合使用这个词组?   To describe an ‘upgrade’ in your business plana decision to increase the price and quality of a product and sell it to higher-income consumers. This is going to be very useful if you work in retail. But you can also use it in a more casual way to talk about yourself and your possessions – i.e. “We’re looking to get a new car…thinking of going upmarket and getting something sporty.”   在商业计划或者商业决策里描述“提高档次”,加价和提高质量,出售给更高收入的消费者如果你在零售行业工作这个词组将会有用但是你也能用更休闲的场合用它谈论自己和你的资产—例如,“我们想要一辆新车….想着去一些高端的地方,看起来更耀眼一些”   5.(to) buy into – to supportendorse or agree with   持或同意   This doesn’t usually get used to mean actually purchasing something – it has become a business metaphor mostly used when someone supports or seconds an action of a colleaguethe company.   这个词组并不经常意味着真购买了某物—它变成了一个商业比喻,大多用于某人持或者同意同事公司的活动   e.g. “David in finance says there are pay rises on the way. I’m definitely buying into that!”   “金融界的大卫说价格正在上扬我完全同意!”   When might you use it?   什么场合使用它?   When you are interested or intrigued by something which you think could be a good prospect youthe business. You can use it potential clients too, to indicate a level of interest in their offer – i.e. “the plan you’re offering is definitely something we would consider buying into”   当你认为某事对你和生意而言有好的前景,你有兴趣或者好奇的时候,就可以在潜在客户面前用这个口语表达来暗示感兴趣的程度--例如“你提供的这个计划确实非常好,我们考虑持” 口语 办公室

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