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口语动词短语:Put him through 我帮你转过去 -01-7 19:: 来源: Put it on my tab.tab为小纸片的意思,在过去没有签帐卡、信用卡的时代,外出购物可能会发生带不够钱的窘境,于是乎老板通常便把所赊的帐记录在一张小纸片上,put it on one's tab便是「记在某人的帐上」的意思,所以下次当你发现没带钱时,就可以帅气地说出Put it on my tab!,但是我们不保你能全身而退Put him through.这是一句相当标准的电话用语,「把他转∕接给我」在日常生活中,尤其是办公室,同事间可能常会接到找你的电话,这时候你就可以说Put him her through.请他们「把电话转接给你」;若你是帮同事接电话的那个人,你就可以跟对方说I'll put you through.「我帮你转过去」 过去 动词 短语 口语。

发泄不满:damn,heck -01-7 00::7 来源: 遇到不顺心的事情,难免会有不满的情绪,总憋在心里也不是办法,适时发泄一下反而有助于健康下面是两个发泄情绪时常用的词,不妨来看一看,也许看了你就能开心一点了呢1. Just buy the damn boots.你就把那双该死的靴子给买下来吧Damn 这个词听来有点不雅,但我每次看电视时却几乎都会听到一两次,所以我觉得这个词应该没有 f__k 和 s__t 那么糟糕 (这两个字在美国的电视上是会被消音的)也在日常生活中使用 damn 应该还能被接受才对,当然真的要讲 damn 时还可以用 darn 来代替,就像是许多人用 shoot 来代替 s__t 一样Damn 这个词除了用来咒骂之外 (Damn it!),最常见的用法就是拿来强调一种"不耐烦或是不满意的感觉"例如你跟别人一起去买靴子,别人看了好半天就是没法作决定,这时失去耐心的你就可以说:"Just buy the boots." 但是如果实在是看不下去了,则可以用更强烈的语气说:"Just buy the damn boots." 再举一例,你正在吵架,结果还一直有人问你到底发生了什么事, 你就可以回他一句:"Mind your own business." 或是更凶一点:"Mind your own damn business. (管你自己的事吧)" Damn 在必须承认自己的错误但又想逞口舌之能时也很有用,可以表达出一种"心不甘情不愿的态度"例如你跟别人辩论一件事情,结果到最后你发现对的人是他,错的人是你,你该怎么说呢? "Ok. You are damn right. (好吧,算你对)" 如果你们正在讨论一个女孩子,但最后你不得不承认别人对她的了解远胜于你,则你可以输地说:"You know her damn well. (你真是太了解她了)" . This one is a heck lot worse.这个东西烂多了跟 damn 很类似,也同样常被拿来加强语气、发泄不满的还有一个词,就是 heck.Heck 这个词原来是"地狱 hell"的意思,但是说 hell 太难听了,所以老美就发明了 heck 这个词 Hell 和 heck 这类词基本上是用于"抱怨,不耐烦,发脾气"等负面用法的在日常生活中的老美常用 hell 或 heck 来加强负面的语气,例如单讲 "This one is a lot worse." 不够, 还要再用 heck 强调一下就变成了:"This one is a heck lot worse." 十分常见的用法还有:"What the heck is that? (那是什么鬼东西? ps. 通常是看到什么令你十分惊讶的东西)" "What the heck are you standing here?" (你站在这里作什么?) 或者是请人家滚出去:"Get the heck out of here." 需要注意的是,日常生活中讲的英文和写的英文绝对不能混在一起,像我们今天讲的这些都是口语常用词,但是你可不要把它用在写作中,否则被人骂后果自负(改编自:小笨霖英语笔记本 英语点津 Annabel 编辑)我要学习更多口语表达 不满 heck damn 可以。

The Nobel Academy The Nobel Academy the last 8years, Sweden Nobel Academy has decided who will receive the Nobel Prize in Literature, thereby determining who will be elevated from the great and the near great to the immortal. But today the Academy is coming under heavy criticism both from the without and from within. Critics contend that the selection of the winners often has less to do with true writing ability than with the peculiar internal politics of the Academy and of Sweden itself. According to Ingmar Bjorksten , the cultural editor one of the country two major newspapers, the prize continues to represent ;what people call a very Swedish exercise reflecting Swedish tastes.;The Academy has defended itself against such charges of provincialism in its selection by asserting that its physical distance from the great literary capitals of the world actually serves to protect the Academy from outside influences. This may well be true, but critics respond that this very distance may also be responsible the Academy inability to perceive accurately authentic trends in the literary world.Regardless of concerns over the selection process, however, it seems that the prize will continue to survive both as an indicator of the literature that we most highly praise, and as an elusive goal that writers seek. If no other reason, the prize will continue to be desirable the financial rewards that accompany it; not only is the cash prize itself considerable, but it also dramatically increases sales of an author books. 97。

禀赋迥异,万物各就其位;倘若我不能将森林背负,你也无法将坚果打破The mountain and thesquirrel——Ralph Waldo EmersonThe Mountain and the SquirrelHad a quarrel;And the Mountain called the Squirrel LittlePrig.Bunreplied,You are doubtless very big;But all sorts of things and weatherMust be taken in together,To make up a yearAnd a sphere.AndThink it nodisgraceTo occupy my place.If Im not so large as you,You are not so small as I!And not half so spry.Ill not deny you makeA very pretty squirrel track;Talents differ;All is well and wisely put;If I cannot carry ests on my back,Neither can youcracka nut. 7196。

假定社会是一辆贵宾车,礼仪就好比轮子与轴,马车只有靠它们才能滚滚前进缺了礼节,最亲密的朋友会变成死敌,友好或结盟的国家会兵戎相见 On EtiquetteEtiquette to society is what apparel is to the individual. Without apparel men would go in shameful nudity which would surely lead to the corruption of morals; and without etiquette society would be in a pitiable state and the necessary intercourse between its members would be interfered with by needless offences and troubles. If society were a train, the etiquette would be the rails along which only the train could rumble th; if society were a state coach, the etiquette would be the wheels and axis, on which only the coach could roll ward. The lack of proprieties would make the most intimate friends turn to be the most decided enemies and the friendly or allied countries declare war against each other. We can find many examples in the history of mankind. Theree I advise you to stand on ceremony bee anyone else and to take pains not to do anything against etiquette lest you give offences or make enemies. 3668。

To Benjamin Bailey, November 18 My dear Bailey, I will get over the first part of this (unsaid) Letter as soon as possible it relates to the affair of poor Crips - To a Man of your nature such a Letter as Haydon's must have been extremely cutting - What occasions the greater part of the World's Quarrels? Simply this, two Minds meet and do not understand each other time enough to prevent any shock or surprise at the conduct of either party - As soon as I had known Haydon three days I had got enough of his character not to have been surprised at such a Letter as he has hurt you with. Don't, because you have suddenly discover'd a Coldness in Haydon suffer yourself to be teased. Do not my dear fellow. O I wish I was as certain of the end of all your troubles as that of your momentary start about the authenticity of the Imagination. I am certain of nothing but of the holiness of the Heart's affections and the truth of Imagination - What the imagination seizes as Beauty must be truth - whether it existed bee or not - I have the same idea of all our passions as of love they are all, in their sublime, creative of essential beauty. In a word, you may know my favorite speculation by my first book, and the little song 88。

Cut-and-dried words: 套话 -01-6 3:50:51 来源: “套话”当然不是褒义词,某种程度而言,“套话”即绝对真理、绝对重复、绝对没有新意……在领导讲话、发言人答记者问、或是工作报告中,套话不失为绝好的语言艺术,它虽无实意却很实用英语中,“套话”可用“cut-and-dried words”来形容据说,“cut and dried”(字面意:砍下和风干)源于伐木业长在林间的树木若要成为商用木材,锯下后必被风干,同时,锯下的木材必得合乎标准长宽由此,这种“standardized lumber that is cut and dried”(风干后合乎标准的方材)常用来比喻某类言行从不标新立异、某种结果已在预料之中、某类影片成一种套路模式 看下面两个例句:Most spokespeople are expert vendors of cut and dried answers to reporters' questions.(大多数发言人擅用“套话”来搪塞记者提问)Hollywood has long been famous movie plots so cut and dried. (好莱坞影片常走一种套路是众人皆知的)Cut and run:逃离(军事常用语)(英语点津陈蓓编辑) dried 绝对 记者 木材。

我闭上眼睛,仍能闻到她的气息:粉扑的香味,优雅、安全、坚强,以及一种无条件的爱的气息Hepburn, the Mother I remember whenever she had to go to a dinner or a cocktail party, she would always say, “Oh, if only I could stay home and eat in the kitchen with you.”I remember school days, cramming exams which she probably fretted more than I did. She would test me bee bed and again in the morning, waking up with the sort of sleepy head only adults enjoy.I remember her elation at good grades, her support and positiveness the “not so good ones.”I remember sleepovers on weekends, when we would chat with the lights out. We would talk about feelings and plans and people and things, but in that way that is specific to that darkness, like two souls suspended.I close my eyes and remember, through the nose, her scent powdery, elegant, safe, strong, the scent of unconditional love. I look down and see her delicate hands, their skin so thin I can faintly see their veins, her nails round, soft, and clear. They caressed me, they walked me to school, and I held on to them when I was scared. Oh, how I miss them!。

British Pub Etiquette And Customs Visitors to Britain may find the best place to sample local culture is in a traditional pub. But these friendly hostelries1) can be minefields of potential gaffes) the uninitiated. An anthropologist3) and a team of researchers have unveiled) some of the arcane5) rituals of British pubs――starting with the difficulty of getting a drink. Most pubs have no waiters――you have to go to the bar to buy drinks. A group of Italian youths waiting 45minutes bee they realized they would have to fetch their own. This may sound inconvenient, but there is a hidden purpose. Pub etiquette is designed to promote sociability in a society known its reserve. Standing at the bar service allows you to chat with others waiting to be served. The bar counter is possibly the only site in the British lsles in which friendly conversation with strangers is considered entirely appropriate and really quite normal behaviour. “If you haven’t been to a pub, you haven’t been to Britain. ”This tip can be found in a booklet, Passport to the Pub:The Tourists’ Guide to Pub Etiquette, a customers’ code of conduct those wanting to sample“a central part of British life and culture. ”The trouble is that if you do not follow the local rules, the experience may fall flat. example, if you are in a big group, it is best if only one or two people go to buy the drinks. Nothing irritates the regular customers and bar staff more than a gang of strangers blocking all access to the bar while they chat and dither about what to order. Amazingly the British, who love queues, there is no mal line-up;the bar staff are skilled at knowing whose turn it is. You are permitted to try to attract attention, but there are rules about how to do this. Do not call out, tap coins on the counter, snap your finger or wave like a drowning swimmer. Do not scowl6) or sigh or roll y our eyes. And whatever you do, do not ring the bell hanging behind the counter――this is used by the landlord to signal closing time. The key thing is to catch the bar worker’s eyes. You could also hold an empty glass or some money, but do not wave them about. Do adopt an expectant, hopeful, even slightly anxious facial expression. If you look too contented and complacent, the bar staff may assume you are aly being served. Always say“please”and try to remember some of the British bar staffs pet hates. They do not like people to keep others waiting while they make up their minds. They don’ t like people standing idly against the bar when there are a lot of customers wanting service. And they do not like people who wait until the end of the order bee asking such drinks as Guinness stout7) which take considerably longer to pour than other drinks. One Dutch tourist who spent six months visiting 800 of Britain’s 61,000 pubs and interviewing 50 publicans and bar workers and more than 1,000 customers said “I cannot understand how the British ever manage to buy themselves a drink.” But they do, and if you follow these tips you should be able to do so, too. Speaking of tips, you should never offer the bar staff a cash gratuity. The correct behaviour is to offer them a drink. Pubs pride themselves on their egalitarian8) atmosphere. A tip in cash would be a reminder of their service role, whereas the offer of a drink is a friendly gesture. So now you have a drink, but what about meeting the locals? Pub-goers will indicate in unspoken ways if they are interested in chatting. Concentrate on those who have bought drinks and are still loitering9) at the bar. Those who have moved to sit at tables are probably not seeking company. Look people with“open”body language, facing out-wards into the room. Don’t ever introduce yourself with an outstretched hand and a big smile. Natives will cringe and squirm with embarrassment at such brashness. The British, quite frankly, do not want to know your name and shake your hand--or at least not until a proper degree of mutual interest has been well established(like maybe when you marry their daughter). Talk generally about the weather, the beer or the pub and at an appropriate moment, offer to your new found companion a drink. This exchange is key to feeling part of the pub crowd and thereby getting to know more about Britain than its touists spots. The ritual of sharing――buying rounds of drinks in turn――is of great significance. This is because the British male is frightened of intimacy, finds it difficult to express friendly interest in other males and can be somewhat aggressive in his manner. If you are having British friends or business contracts, one of your hosts will probably buy the first round, but you should be quick to offer the next. The right time to offer to buy a drink is when their glasses are still a quarter full. The line of “It’s my round――What are you having?” may not be in your phrase book, but it is one of the most useful sentences in the English language. 19368。