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口语小词学到位:避免不必要的麻烦(9) -01-7 :: 来源: J81: Cart在美国一般人都是一个星期才去超市买菜,一买就是一个星期的份,所以大多数的人都是开车去,由于我住的地方离超市很近,加上又是一个人住,所以都是走路去买菜.这里超市的名字取得真好玩,看英文不觉得,但你硬给他翻成中文就好笑了.像Star Market,Stop and shop,分别翻为[星星市场],[停下来买],这让我想到美国有一所大学叫米饭大学(Rice University),还很有名咧!!.事情发生在超市,当我在结帐时,装袋子的对我说"Can I put these in your cart?",我一听"car",我又没有car (车子),所以我就立刻对她说"NO!",她对我这突然的回答吓到了于是算帐的对我说"Could you move your cart",这时我才搞清楚,她说的是cart(手推车)而不是car,害我顿时觉得不好意思.J8: Rubber我在美国有时后会看一些杂志,记得曾在读者文摘中看到一个笑话,特别提出来,以免来美国念书时发生相同的错误,那就糗大了.一个从澳洲来的留学生来美国读书.一次上课,要向隔壁桌的男生借橡皮擦,所以对他说" Can I borrow your rubber",那男生一听,瞪大了眼睛说了"What",于是那女生指着橡皮擦,并说"rubber",这时那位男生才恍然大悟,原来那女生要的是橡皮擦.你知道那女生那里说错吗?在美国rubber也表示保险套,所以这就是为何那男生那么惊讶的原因.若要借橡皮擦你可以说eraser,立可白就说white-out.J83: borrow and use有一次到友人家中做客,一段时间后内急,想说在台湾都是很客气地跟主人说:能向你借厕所吗?于是便问: Can I borrow your toilet?结果他笑着说: You are welcome to use the toilet,but you can't take it away!(欢迎你使用厕所,但不要带走)真是礼多人怪阿J8: Close我常闹笑话, 不过因为太糗,所以都尽量能忘就忘,不过前几天刚发生一件还没忘.几天前我在实验室用完离心机之后,老外突然跟我说 "Close it me, OK?" "好吧", 我就把它关机了.结果没多久他跑来跟我说,只是要我先把盖子关上, 我为什么把它 shut off? 害他还要暖机.害我当时真尴尬.J85: Tea and dinner刚到澳洲,新认识的朋友好心邀请我到他们家,并说lease come and have tea with us tonight.我一听高兴地回答:Thank you very much. I will be there.心想人家邀请喝 "晚茶",一定要吃饱在去才有礼貌,于是提早吃完晚餐准时赴约.谁知道一入门,就见他们开始煮意大利面,并问我要吃多少.我非常客气地回答:NO, Thank you! I have had my dinner at home.语毕,却换来他们奇怪的脸色,一直等到他们用完餐,问我是不是不喜欢这些食物,我极力否认,回答说自己只是来喝茶聊天的.这时他们才恍然大悟笑着说,这里提的tea是指"晚餐"的意思.所以以后若有人邀请你have tea at dinner time,千万别吃饱才去!!J86: Address有一天我问我同学"Clinton address to Americans"是什么意思?他回答"科林顿的地址在美国",其实应该是"科林顿向美国人民[演讲]".J87: Tell有一次我在电话上与朋友练习英文会话,她对我说:"I can speak Taiwanese".我说:"I can tell",之后她又对我说"I am sure you can tell",害我都接不下去了.tell在此的意思是说分辨,或是直接翻译成"看得出来".J88: You'll back to gym later我在学校有参加排球队, 有天教练叫我下场,并往场上一指说"You'll back to gym later"[你一下会回到队里].我一听" You back gym",又看到教练对后球场的方向指去,于是伤心地往后场跑去, 一去不回. 教练觉得很奇怪,以为我只是要去饮水机喝水,等到要我再上场的时候发现人却不见了, 于是叫了另一个球员去找我,才发现我待在后场的比赛场上.第二天那个教练把这件事当成笑话讲了出来~~~J89: aging people一次我跟一个小女孩说: Do you know how old I am?结果小女孩跟我说, I don't like aging people.我惊讶地问她," So, You don't like me?"后来我才发现我误会她了.I don't like aging people 是说[我不喜欢猜别人的年纪],而不是[我不喜欢上了年纪的人].J90: Cannon这是我学的笑话.一次她出去国玩,见到一个大炮旁有个标示写着"Don't touch cannon"一向自以为英文好的她,就开口说"怪了!这个大炮不准人照耶!"原来她把cannon[大炮]误认为canon[佳能---相机牌子]. 麻烦 必要 避免 到位。

英语口语每天说上半小时0(33) -- ::3 来源: 33. Refusal1. I wish I would, but David is coming this evening.. I’d like to but my husband wouldn’t like it.3. I’d rather not.. I’m terribly sorry, I don’t think I can.5. Thank you very much asking me but I feel rather tired.6. That’s really not necessary.7. That’s very kind of you but I have an appointment Friday evening.8. Sorry I can’t, but thanks anyway.9. Thank you but I won’t be able to come to meet your friend.. Untunately I have to attend a conference that day.Dialogue 1M: We’re going to the movies. Will you join us?W: I’m very sorry I can’t.M: Why not?W: I’m afraid I have some business to attend to.M: Then would you like to have lunch with us?W: I’d love to but I have to help John with his math problems right now.M: Would you like me to give you a lift?W: No, thanks. His home is not far and I can walk there.M: Come on. It’s no trouble at all.W: Ok, thank you.Dialogue W: How have you been?M: Fine, thank you.W: And how’s everyone in your family?M: Very well, thank you. I’m meeting my wife and daughter lunch at :00, would you care to join us?W: I’d love to but I’m afraid I can’t. I’ve aly got a lunch engagement.Dialogue 3M: Why don’t you sit down and relax, darling?W: I don’t want to.M: Well, come and talk to me then.W: Certainly not.M: May I turn on the radio then?W: Turn on the radio? What ?M: So that we can sit down together and listen to some music.W: Listen to some music? And who’ll cook dinner? Will you?M: Ok, I will. But let’s go to a disco after dinner.W: To a disco? Oh, no. You know I hate pop.Dialogue W: Write down your name here in ink.M: But I don’t have a pen with me. May I use a pencil?W: I’m afraid a pencil won’t do. Wait a moment, I’ll find you one.Dialogue 5M: I must be going now.W: Really? Can’t you stay a little longer?M: No, I really must go now. My family are expecting me home soon.W: Be seeing you then.M: See you.Sometimes it’s hard us to make a refusal. Shall we tell the truth frankly or express our refusal in a round about way. example, suppose a friend wants to borrow some money from you, and you say, ‘I could help you but I’m short of cash right now.’ In fact, you’re not short of cash, but your friend is in the habit of getting to pay his debts and you don’t want to hurt his feelings by reminding him of this. Another example, your friend invites you to see a movie that doesn’t interest you, would you tell him, ‘I don’t like it,’ or just say, ‘I’d like to go but I have an important appointment tonight?’ 小时 上半 每天 英语口语。

he was clearly a beginner at dairy work.从他挤一头牛花费的时间来看,对牛奶场的活儿,他显然是一个新手第二、语段精讲1. He .短语注释:walking brothers:徒步旅行的兄弟 stop one’s walk:驻足,停住脚步文法:who had stopped their walk to admire the May-Day dance in Marlott a few years bee是限定性定语从句,修饰表示“人”且在从句中做“主语”的先行词“brother”. He had danced with some of the other girls but not with her.文法:这个句子是有表示转折的并列连词but连接的个并列分词在第二个分句中省略了同样成分且同样意思的词语:had danced(谓语成分). 语言要点1:go on one’s way:继续前行,继续上路e.g. Annie goes on his way, driving car and turning on the radio. 安妮驾车继续上路,并且她打开收音机He thanked him profusely and then go on his way. 一再地向他道谢,然后继续上路3. 语言要点:not at all:丝毫不......,一点儿也不......I m not at all satisfied with the present situation. 我对现状一点也不满足He was not at all nervous, he knew what to expect. 他心里有底, 一点不慌. 描写手法:这句话中采用了肖像描写的手法“his face had grown more thoughtful(他的脸变得更为深沉)”揭露出当时社会底层人们艰辛的生活5. he was clearly a beginner at dairy work.语言要点1:spend some time doing:花费时间做.......e.g. He spend all the morning playing games online. 他一个早上在网上玩游戏语言要点:a beginner in something:在......是个新手,对......还不熟练e.g. You can see John is a beginner in computer. 你可以看得出约翰在电脑操作上还是个新手文法:he had spent milking one cow是限定性定语从句,修饰表示时间的且在从句中做时间状语的先行词time这个引导从句的关系副词是可以省略的。

Consider… YOU. In all time bee now and in all time to come, there has never been and will never be anyone just like you. You are unique in the entire history and future of the universe. Wow! Stop and think about that. You're better than one in a million, or a billion, or a gazillion… You are the only one like you in a sea of infinity!!! You're amazing! You're awesome! And by the way, T, you're it. As amazing and awesome as you aly are, you can be even more so. Beautiful young people are the whimsey of nature, but beautiful old people are true works of art. But you don't become "beautiful" just by virtue of the aging process. Real beauty comes from learning, growing, and loving in the ways of life. That is the Art of Life. You can learn slowly, and sometimes painfully, by just waiting life to happen to you. Or you can choose to accelerate your growth and intentionally devour life and all it offers. You are the artist that paints your future with the brush of today. Paint a Masterpiece. God gives every bird its food, but he doesn't throw it into its nest. Wherever you want to go, whatever you want to do, it's truly up to you. 787。

35Oil Refining35.Oil RefiningAn important new industry, oil refining, grew after the Civil war. Crude oil, or petroleum ndash; a dark, thick ooze from the earth ndash; had been known hundreds of years, but little use had ever been made of it. In the 1850rsquo;s Samuel M. Kier, a manufacturer in western Pennsylvania, began collecting the oil from local seepages and refining it into kerosene. Refining, like smelting, is a process of removing impurities from a raw material.Kerosene was used to light lamps. It was a cheap substitute whale oil, which was becoming harder to get. Soon there was a large demand kerosene. People began to search new supplies of petroleum.The first oil well was drilled by E.L. Drake, a retired railroad conductor. In 1859 he began drilling in Titusville, Pennsylvania. The whole venture seemed so impractical and foolish that onlookers called it ; Drakersquo;s Folly;. But when he had drilled down about 70 feet(1 meters), Drake struck oil. His well began to yield barrels of crude oil a day.News of Drakersquo;s success brought oil prospectors to the scene. By the early 1860rsquo;s these wildcatters were drilling ; black gold; all over western Pennsylvania. The boom rivaled the Calinia gold rush of 188 in its excitement and Wild West atmosphere. And it brought far more wealth to the prospectors than any gold rush.Crude oil could be refined into many products. some years kerosene continued to be the principal one. It was sold in grocery stores and door-to-door. In the 1880rsquo;s refiners learned how to make other petroleum products such as waxes and lubricating oils. Petroleum was not then used to make gasoline or heating oil.炼油一种重要的新兴工业--炼油业在国内战争后成长起来未加工的石油,或原油--一种深色的地下的稠浆--数百年来一直为大众所知,但是人们却很少使用过它在十九世纪五十年代,萨缪尔?M?科尔,宾西法尼亚西部的一位制造商,开始从当地的溢出物中收集石油并将它炼成煤油与冶炼矿石一样,石油提炼是一个从未加工的原料中除去杂质的过程煤油被用来点灯它是鲸油的一种便宜的替代品,而鲸油正变得越来越难以获得不久就产生了对煤油的大量需求人们开始寻找新的石油供应第一口油井为E?L?瑞克,一个退休的火车检票员所钻得1859年他开始在宾西法尼亚的泰特斯维尔钻井整个的这项冒险事业看起来是如此不现实和愚蠢以致旁观者称之为;鸭子的蠢行;(译者注:DrakeFolly,drake在这里意含双关,即指瑞克的名字,又指该词的本义即鸭子)但当瑞克往下钻至70英尺(1米)的时候,他发现了石油他的油井从此每天生产桶原油瑞克成功的消息将石油勘探者们吸引到现场截止到19世纪60年代早期,这些冒险者为寻找;黑色的金子;钻探遍了整个宾西法尼亚西部这项繁荣的事业在刺激性和粗犷的西部气氛上可与188年的加州淘金热相媲美,而且它为勘探者带来了远超过淘金潮的财富原油能被提炼成许多产品多年以来煤油一直是主要的一种产品它在杂货店中出售由人挨户推销19世纪八十九十年代炼油者们懂得了生产其它石油产品,如蜡和润滑油那时石油还没有被用来制造汽油或采暖装置用油 6。

I am me.In the entire world, there is no one else exactly like me.There are people who have some parts like me but no one adds up exactly like me.Theree, everything that comes out of me is authentically mine because I alone choose it.I own everything about me—my body, including everything it does;my mind, including all my thoughts and ideas;my eyes, including the images of all they behold;my feelings, whatever they might be—anger, joy, frustration, love, disappointment, excitement;my mouth and all the words that come out of it—polite, sweet and rough, correct or incorrect;my voice, loud and soft; all my actions, whether they be to others or myself.I own my fantasies, my dreams, my hopes, my fears.I own all my triumphs and successes, all my failures and mistakes.Because I own all of me, I can become intimately acquainted with me.By so doing, I can love me and be friendly with me in all my parts.I can then make it possible all of me to work in my best interests.I know there are aspects about myself that puzzle me,and other aspects that I do not know.But as long as I am friendly and loving to myself,I can courageously and hopefully look the solution of the puzzles and ways to find out more about me.However I look and sound, whatever I say and doand whatever I think and feel at a given moment in time is me.This is authentic and represents where I am at that moment in time.When I review later how I looked and sounded,what I said and did, and how I thought and felt,some parts may turn out to be unfitting.I can discard that which is unfitting and keep that which proved fitting,and invent something new that which I discarded.I can see, hear, feel, think, say and do.I have the tools to survive, to be close to others, to be productive,to make sense and order out of the world of people and things outside of me.I own me and theree I can engineer me.I am me and I am okay. 70。

The Story of SissaThere was once a victim of overwhelming numberscalled King Shirham of India,who, according to the old legend,wanted to reward his grand Prime Minister Sissa inventingand presenting to him the game of chess.The desire of the clever minister seemed very modest.“Majesty,” he said kneeling in front of the king,“give me a grain of wheat to put on the first square of this chessboard,and two grains to put on the second square,and four grains to put on the third.And so, oh King, doubling the number each succeeding square,give me enough grains to cover all 6 square of the board.”“You do not ask much, oh my faithful servant,”exclaimed the king,secretly enjoying the thoughtthat his liberal proposal of a gift to the inventorwould not cost him much of his treasure.“Your wish will certainly be granted.”And he ordered a bag of wheat to be brought to the throne.But when the counting began,it was found that the bag was emptiedbee the twentieth square was ed .More bags of wheat were brought bee the kingbut the number of grains needed each succeeding squareincreased so rapidlythat it soon became clear that with all the crop of Indianthe king could not fulfill his promise to Sissa.To do so would have required 18,6,7,3,7,551,6 grains!Assuming that a bushel of wheat contains about 5 million grains,one would need some × bushels to satisfy the demand of Sissa.Since the world production of wheat averages about ×1 bushels a year,the amount requested by the minister was that of the world’s wheat production the period of some two thousand years!Thus King Shirham found himself deep in debt to his ministerand had either to face the incessant flow of the latter’s demands,or to cut his head off.We suspect that he chose the latter alternative. 58。

学校里学不到的地道英语口语 -- :9:51 来源: 1. XYZ 检查你的拉链   Hey, man. XYZ.   老兄啊! 检查一下你的拉链吧   "XYZ" 是 "Check your zipper." 的意思美国填表中的选项多用打"X"来表示这个选项的动作就叫"Check",也就是XYZ 中的X; Y 代表Your; Z代表Zipper .   . kiss ass 拍马屁   A: Mary, I'm sorry cheating on you bee. Do you see any chance that we can get back together?   Mary 我真的很抱歉对你不忠你看我们可不可能重修旧好呢?   B: I don't know, but you can kiss my ass.   不知道,不过你可以拍我马屁,讨好我试试   3. kick ass 了不起   A: Wow, you fixed my computer in less than minutes. You're good.   哇,你不到十分钟就把我的计算机修好了,你真棒!   B: Yep. I just kick ass.   是的,我就是了不起!   "kick ass" 除了字面意“踢屁股”外,还有“了不起、打败”的意思当“踢屁股”讲时,比如某人放你鸽子,你很生气,就可以说"I'm going to kick his ass." (我得踢他的屁股)当“了不起”讲时,就像上面例句一样用   "kick ass" 还可作“打败某人的意思”比如某人一向在某方面比你强,但终于有一天你比他厉害了,你就可以说"Hahaha...I kicked your ass."觉得 "ass" 太难听的人,也可以用 "butt" 代替! 不管ass还是butt都是屁股的意思,只不过butt比较正式一些   . click (两人)合得来   I really like talking to her. I think we two really click.   我很喜欢和她说话我觉得我们两个蛮合得来的   click 不一定只用在异性之间朋友之间也可以使用   5. Say cheese. (照相时)笑一个   美国人照相时喜欢露齿而笑,如果是“抿嘴”笑的话,很可能是因为他觉得自己的牙齿长得不好或黄黄的(当然也不是绝对如此)试着讲"cheese" 这个字,你的牙齿是不是露出来了呢? 这跟中国人在照相时说“茄子”真是有异曲同工之妙呢   6. catch some Zs 小睡一下   A: Excuse me. I have to catch some Zs.   抱歉,我想小睡一下   B: I thought you just woke up. Sleepy head.   我以为你才刚睡醒瞌睡虫   漫画里的人睡觉,不是都画"Z,Z,Z..."来表示吗? 这里的 "catch some Zs" 就是这么演变而来的   "I have to catch some Zs." 也可以说成"I have to take a nap." 或 "I need to snooze."   7. Oh, boy! 乖乖,唉呀,真是!   A: Guess what? We first got a flat tire, and now my cell phone is dead.   你猜怎么了?先是我们的车胎爆了,而后我的手机又没电了   B: Oh, boy!   唉!   "Oh, boy!"是美国人用的一种感叹表示词句不必问他们为什么不说 "Oh, girl" 或者别的,因为这么用就是一种习惯,大家都不知道原因   8. all set 一切准备妥当   A. Is my car y yet?   我的车好了吗?   B: Yep! We just need to get this paper work done and you'll be all set.   是的,我们只要把这份明填好,一切就都准备妥当了!   一次到修车厂提车,付完修车费后,老板就说"O.K. You're all set."   有时你到超市买东西,买完要付帐时,店员也会对你说"Are you all set?"   意思是问你是否想买的东西都找到了   9. dirty work 卑鄙的工作; 讨厌的工作   A: All right. You go ahead and sign this paper and I'll do the dirty work.   好吧, 你就把这个签了,剩下来的讨厌工作就交给我了   B: Sounds good to me.   听起来不错!   "dirty work" 指的是一些没人愿意做的扮坏人的事   . cop 警察   A: Oh! No. My TV and stereo are gone. Who did this?   噢,不! 我的电视和音响都不见了谁干的?   B: I've aly called 9. The cops should be here any time.   我已经报警了警察应该随时会来   美国人在口语里很少用 "policeman" 来表示“警察”这里报警的电话号码是 "9" 有时候,美国人也用 "9" 来表示“紧急的事”   . spooky 玄; 可怕   A: I had a dream last night that Keith and I had a big argument. This morning he came in wearing the same clothes he had on in my dream!   我昨晚梦见我和 Keith 大吵了一顿今天早上,他穿着和他昨晚在我梦里穿的一样的衣进来   B: That's spooky!   真玄!   "spooky" 就是一些所谓的鬼怪、太凑巧而令人觉得“恐怖”的意思   . My hands are tied 我无能为力   A: Mr. Chapman, can I hand in my homework next time. I left it at home. Chapman   先生,我能不能下次再交作业呢? 我把功课忘在家里了   B: All of the scores must be given to the office by Friday, so you must have your homework today. It is a school rule and there is nothing I can do. My hands are tied!.   所有的分数都必须在礼拜五前交到办公室,所以你今天必须交作业这是学校的规定,我无能为力   "My hands are tied." 并不是真正的“手被绑起来”的意思,而是指“没办法”的意思好比电话响了,你很忙不能接,也可以说"Can you get it? My hands are tied." (我很忙,你能接一下吗?) 学校 不到 地道。

当你的孩子是个婴儿时,你所记得的,是你对自己创造出的堪称完美奇迹的作品,感到不可思议的敬畏... All you remember about your child being an infant is the incredible awe you felt about the precious miracle you created. You remember having plenty of time to bestow all your wisdom and knowledge. You thought your child would take all of your advice and make fewer mistakes, and be much smarter than you were. You wished your child to hurry and grow up.All you remember about your child being two is never using the restroom alone or getting to watch a movie without talking animals. You recall afternoons talking on the phone while crouching in the bedroom closet, and being convinced your child would be the first Ivy League college student to graduate wearing pullovers at the ceremony. You remember worrying about the bag of Mamp;M's melting in your pocket and ruining your good dress. You wished your child to be more independent.All you remember about your child being five is the first day of school and finally having the house to yourself. You remember joining the PTA and being elected president when you left a meeting to use the restroom. You remember being asked“Is Santa real?”and saying“yes”because he had to be a little bit longer. You remember shaking the sofa cushions loose change, so the tooth fairy could come and take away your child's first lost tooth. You wished your child to have all permanent teeth. 873。

多次运用这粒种子将有助于你把许多事情联系起来,即使你做梦都想不到这些!这不是别的,就是创造力!你读的书越多,你的心智就会前所未有地开阔Feed Your Mind Hunger of the mind can be actually satiated through extensive ing. Now why ing and not watching TV? Because ing has been the most educative tool used by us right from the childhood. Just like that to develop other aspects of our life, we have to take help of ing. You have innumerable number of books in this world which will answer all your “How to?” questions. Once you a book, you just don't run your eyes through the lines, but even your mind decodes it and explains it to you. The interesting part of the book is stored in your mind as a seed. Now this seed is unknowingly used by you in your future to develop new ideas. The same seed if used many times, can help you link and relate a lot of things, of which you would have never thought of in your wildest dreams! This is nothing but creativity. More the number of books you , your mind will open up like never bee. 963。