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  • 英语口语句:个与ay" 相关的常用表达 -- ::1 来源: 1. as you say表示勉强地同意他人的要求或命令时的用语,“遵命,好吧”如:-I want this done right now. -As you say, sir. -立即把它做出来 -好,就做出来,先生 .dare I say it要说可能使用对方不高兴或失望的话,为引导“说句不中听的话,说的难听一点”如:The British singers, dare I say it, are only middling.英国的歌手,说句不中听的话,不怎么样3.don't say表示反感,惊讶,不耐烦,怀疑“可别又扯什么……”如:Don't say you have broken another cup.我可不想听到你又打了个杯子啊.easier said than done“说起来容易,做起来难”如:Persuading a child to eat is easier said than done.哄孩子吃饭真是说起来容易做起来难啊5.I can't say委婉地表示不赞同或否定“恐怕我不……”如:I can't say I want to go and visit your parents this week.周末我不太想去见你的父母6.I couldn't say...“我说不上来;很难讲;不知道”如:I couldn't say how long the treatment is likely to take.我不知道这种疗法要多长时间7. I dare say“我觉得很有可能;我敢说;”如:Well, I dare say you've spent all your money by now.哼,我敢说到这会儿,你肯定把所有的钱都花完了8. if I may say so...比较客气地表达自己的看法“依我说的话”如:If I might say so, that skirt doesn't quite fit you, Jane.Jane,要依我看啊,那条裙子不太适合你哦9. I'll say表示强调肯定,同意时的说法“当然是,当然可以”如:-Do you like whisky? -I'll say. -你爱喝威士忌吗? -当然爱了 .I'm bound to say...表示强调你必须说或者承认“很惭愧地讲”如:I'm bound to say that it is the British who are mostly to be blamed.惭愧地讲(说话人本身是英国人),英国人最该受谴责 表达 常用 相关 英语口语。
  • Choosing An Occupation Hodeslea, Eastbourne,November 5, 189 Dear Sir, I am very sorry that the pressure of other occupations has prevented me from sending an earlier reply to your letter. In my opinion a man's first duty is to find a way(1) of supporting himself, thereby relieving other people of() the necessity of supporting him. Moreover, the learning to do work of practical value in the world, in an exact and careful manner, is of itself(3) a very important education, the effects of which make themselves felt() in all other pursuits. The habit of doing that which you do not care about' when you would much rather be doing something else, is invaluable. It would have saved me a frightful waste of time if I had ever had it drilled into me in youth.(5) Success in any scientific career requires an unusual equipment of capacity, industry, and energy. If you possess that equipment, you will find leisure enough after your daily commercial work is over, to make an opening(6) in the scientific ranks yourself. If you do not, you had better stick to commerce. Nothing is less to be desired than the fate of a young man who, as the Scotch proverb says, in "trying to make a spoon spoils a horn,"(7) and becomes a mere hanger- on in literature or in science, when he might have been a useful and a valuable member of Society in other occupations.(8) I think that your father ought to see this letter. Yours faithfully, T. H. Huxley 6573。
  • 实用口语:"彻底凌乱了!"怎么说? -- 1:7:19 来源: 心烦意乱、不知所措,心绪久久不能平复英文里,你该如何形容这乱糟糟的心情?   1. I've got a lot on my mind.   我有很多心事   . I'm totally messed up.   我彻底凌乱了   3. My mind went blank when I heard the question.   听到这个问题,我大脑一片空白   . I'm all at sixes and sevens.   我心里七上八下的   5. You're getting on my nerves.   你把我弄得心烦意乱的   6. I'm at my wit's end.   我真不知道该怎么做了   7. My mind is totally a mess.   我心里乱糟糟的   8. I have butterflies in my stomach now!   我心里乱乱的,很不安 口语。
  • 英语口语学习:superfluous --1 :55: 来源: Not at all. It's simply that he's superfluous to our style of living. 中文:不是啦,只是在我的生活中他是多余的 词汇:   superfluous adj..多余的 英语口语。
  • 我相信人类 我相信热诚的心 我相信人们的正直与诚实 我相信自由社会中的美德 我相信只要我们愿意为之奋斗,愿意与所存在的缺陷抗争到底,这个社会就能永远美好 Free Minds and Hearts at Work by Jackie RobinsonAt the beginning of the World Series of 197, I experienced a completely new emotion, when the National Anthem was played. This time, I thought, it is being played me, as much as anyone else. This is organized major league baseball, and I am standing here with all the others; and everything that takes place includes me. About a year later, I went to Atlanta, Georgia, to play in an exhibition game. On the field, the first time in Atlanta, there were Negroes and whites. Other Negroes, besides me. And I thought What I have always believed has come to be. And what is it that I have always believed? First, that imperfections are human. But that wherever human beings were given room to breathe and time to think, those imperfections would disappear, no matter how slowly. I do not believe that we have found or even approached perfection. That is not necessarily in the scheme of human events. Handicaps, stumbling blocks, prejudices — all of these are imperfect. Yet, they have to be reckoned with because they are in the scheme of human events. Whatever obstacles I found made me fight all the harder. But it would have been impossible me to fight at all, except that I was sustained by the personal and deep-rooted belief that my fight had a chance. It had a chance because it took place in a free society. Not once was I ced to face and fight an immovable object. Not once was the situation so cast-iron rigid that I had no chance at all. Free minds and human hearts were at work all around me; and so there was the probability of improvement. I look at my children now, and know that I must still prepare them to meet obstacles and prejudices. But I can tell them, too, that they will never face some of these prejudices because other people have gone bee them. And to myself I can say that, because progress is unalterable, many of today's dogmas will have vanished by the time they grow into adults. I can say to my children There is a chance you. No guarantee, but a chance. And this chance has come to be, because there is nothing static with free people. There is no Middle Ages logic so strong that it can stop the human tide from flowing ward. I do not believe that every person, in every walk of life, can succeed in spite of any handicap. That would be perfection. But I do believe — and with every fiber in me — that what I was able to attain came to be because we put behind us (no matter how slowly) the dogmas of the past to discover the truth of today; and perhaps find the greatness of tomorrow. I believe in the human race. I believe in the warm heart. I believe in man's integrity. I believe in the goodness of a free society. And I believe that the society can remain good only as long as we are willing to fight it — and to fight against whatever imperfections may exist. My fight was against the barriers that kept Negroes out of baseball. This was the area where I found imperfection, and where I was best able to fight. And I fought because I knew it was not doomed to be a losing fight. It couldn't be a losing fight-not when it took place in a free society. And in the largest sense, I believe that what I did was done me — that it was my faith in God that sustained me in my fight. And that what was done me must and will be done others. 979。
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