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世界上到处都是有才华的穷人在很多情况下,他们之所以贫穷、生活拮据或者收入与其能力不相符,不是因为他们已知的东西而是因为他们未知的东西他们只将注意力集中在提高和完善做汉堡包的技术上,却不注意提高有关汉堡包的销售和送货技能Don't work moneyThe world is filled with smart, talented, educated and gifted people. We meet them every day. A few days ago, my car was not running well. I pulled it into a garage, and the young mechanic had it fixed in just a few minutes. He knew what was wrong by simply listening to the engine. I was amazed. The sad truth is, great talent is not enough. I am constantly shocked at how little talented people earn. I heard the other day that less than 5 percent of Americans earn more than 英语口语易错的30句口语 -01-7 00::1 来源: 注意:以下每组的第一句的句子是错误的,或者是不为Native Speaker采用的说法   1. I very like it   I like it very much.   . 这个价格对我挺合适的   The price is very suitable me.   The price is right.   Note:suitable(合适的、相配的)最常见的用法是以否定的形式出现在告示或通知上,如:下列节目儿童不宜The following programme is not suitable children在这组句子中用后面的说法会更合适   3. 你是做什么工作的呢?What’s your job?   Are you working at the moment?   Note:what’s your job这种说法难道也有毛病吗?是的因为如果您的谈话对象刚刚失业,如此直接的问法会让对方有失面子,所以您要问:目前您是在上班吗?Are you working at the moment?接下来您才问:目前您在哪儿工作呢?Where are you working these days?或者您从事哪个行业呢?What line of work are you in?顺带说一下,回答这类问题时不妨说得具体一点,不要只是说经理或者秘书   . 用英语怎么说?How to say?   How do you say this in English?   Note:How to say是在中国最为泛滥成灾的中国式英语之一,这决不是地道的英语说法同样的句子有:请问这个词如何拼写?How do you spell that please?请问这个单词怎么读?How do you pronounce this word?   5. 明天我有事情要做I have something to do tomorrow?   Sorry but I am tied up all day tomorrow.   用I have something to do来表示您很忙,这也完全是中国式的说法因为每时每刻我们都有事情要做,躺在那里睡大觉也是事情所以您可以说我很忙,脱不开身:I’m tied up.还有其他的说法:I’m afraid I can’t make it at that time. I’d love to, but I can’t, I have to stay at home  6. 我没有英文名I haven’t English name.   I don’t have an English name.   Note:许多人讲英语犯这样的错误,从语法角度来分析,可能是语法功底欠缺,因为have在这里是实义动词,而并不是在现在完成时里面那个没有意义的助动词所以,这句话由肯定句变成否定句要加助动词   明白道理是一回事,习惯是另一回事,请您再说几话:我没有钱;I don’t have any money.我没有兄弟;I don’t have any brothers or sisters.我没有车I don’t have a car.   7. 我想我不行I think I can’t.   I don’t think I can.   Note:这一组然是个习惯问题,在语法上称为否定前置,这就是汉语里面说“我想我不会”的时候,英语里面总是说“我不认为我会”以后您在说类似的英语句子的时候,只要您留心,也会习惯英语的说法的,   8. 我的舞也跳得不好I don’t dance well too.   I am not a very good dancer either.   Note:当我们说不擅长做什么事情的时候,英语里面通常用not good at something,英语的思维甚至直接踊跃到:我不是一个好的舞者   9. 现在几点钟了?What time is it now?   What time is it, please?   Note:What time is it now这是一个直接从汉语翻译过的句子,讲英语的时候没有必要说now,因为您不可能问what time was it yesterday, 或者what time is it tommorow?所以符合英语习惯的说法是:请问现在几点了?还有一种说法是:How are we doing time?这句话在有时间限制的时候特别合适   . 我的英语很糟糕My English is poor.   I am not 0% fluent, but at least I am improving.   Note:有人开玩笑说,全中国人最擅长的一句英文是:My English is poor.实话说,我从来没有遇到一个美国人对我说:My Chinese is poor. 无论他们的汉语是好是坏,他们会说: I am still having a few problems, but I am getting better.   当您告诉外国人,您的英语很poor,so what(那又怎么样呢),是要让别人当场施舍给我们一些英语呢,还是说我的英语不好,咱们不谈了吧   另外一个更大的弊端是,一边不停的学英语,一边不停地说自己的英语很poor,这正像有个人一边给车胎充气,又一边在车胎上扎孔放气   . 你愿意参加我们的晚会吗?Would you like to join our party on Friday?   Would you like to come to our party on Friday night?   Note:join往往是指参加俱乐部或者协会,如:join a health club; join the Communist Party.事实上,常常与party搭配的动词的come 或者go如go a wild party,或者come to a Christmas Party   . 我没有经验I have no experience.   I am afraid I don’t know much about that.   Note:I have no experience这句话听起来古里古怪,因为您只需要说:那方面我懂得不多,或者这方面我不在行,就行了I am not really an expert in this area.   . 我没有男朋友I have no boyfriend.   I don’t have a boyfriend.   . 他的身体很健康His body is healthy.   He is in good health. You can also say: He’s healthy.   . 价钱很昂贵便宜The price is too expensivecheap.   The price is too high rather low.   . 我们下了车We got off the car.   We got out of the car.   . 车速快了The speed of the car is fast.   The car is speeding. Or “The car is going too fast.”   18. 这个春节你回家吗?   Will you be going back home the Spring Festival?   是的,我回去Of course! (这一句是错的)   当然Sure. Certainly.(这种说法是正确的)   以英语为母语的人使用of course的频率要比中国的学生低得多,只有在回答一些众所周知的问题时才说of course因为of course后面隐含的一句话是“当然我知道啦!难道我是一个傻瓜吗?”,of course带有挑衅的意味在交谈时,用sure或certainly效果会好得多同时,of course not也具挑衅的意味正常情况下语气温和的说法是certainly not.   19. 我觉得右手很疼I feel very painful in my right hand.   My right hand is very painful. Or “ My right hand hurts(aches).”   . 他看到她很惊讶He looked at her and felt surprised.   He looked at her in surprise.   1. 我读过你的小说但是没料到你这么年轻I have your novels but I didn't think you could be so young.   After having your novel, I expected that you would be older.   . 她脸红了,让我看穿了她的心思   Her red face made me see through her mind.   Correct: Her red face told me what she was thinking.   3. 看到这幅画让我想到了我的童年时代   The sight of these pictures made me remember my own childhood.   Correct: Seeing these pictures reminded me of my own childhood.   . 别理她Don't pay attention to her.   Leave her alone.   5. 我在大学里学到了许多知识   I get a lot of knowledge in the university.   I learned a lot in university.   6. 黄山正在读书   Samuel is ing a book.   Samuel is ing.   7. exciting excited   . 我遇到了很多困难   I am having many difficulties.   I am having a few problems lots of problems.   9. 请快点走,否则我们会迟到的   Please hurry to walk or we'll be late.   Please hurry up or we'll be late.   30. 她由嫉妒转向失望   She was so jealous that she became desperate.   Jealousy drove her to despair. 口语 英语口语 英语 have,000 a year. A business consultant who specializes in1 the medical trade was telling me how many doctors, dentists and chiropractors struggle financially. All this time, I thought that when they graduated, the dollars would pour in. It was this business consultant who gave me the phrase, “They are one skill away from great wealth.” What this phrase means is that most people need only to learn and master one more skill and their income would jump exponentially3. I have mentioned bee that financial intelligence is a synergy of ing, investing, marketing and law. Combine those four technical skills and making money with money is easier. When it comes to money, the only skill most people know is to work hard. When I graduated from the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy in 1969, my educated dad was happy. Standard Oil of Calinia had hired me its oil-tanker fleet. I had a great career ahead of me, yet I resigned5 after six months with the company and joined the Marine Corps to learn how to fly. My educated dad was devastated. Rich dad congratulated me. Job security meant everything to my educated dad. Learning meant everything to my rich dad. Educated dad thought I went to school to learn to be a ship's officer. Rich dad knew that I went to school to study international trade. So as a student, I made cargo runs, navigating6 large freighters7, oil tankers and passenger ships to the Far East and the South Pacific. While most of my classmates, including Mike, were partying at their fraternity8 houses, I was studying trade, people and cultures in Japan, Thailand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Korea and the Philippines. I also was partying, but it was not in any frat house. I grew up rapidly. There is an old cliché that goes, “Job is an acronym9 'Just Over Broke.'” And untunately, I would say that the saying applies to millions of people. Because school does not think financial intelligence is intelligence, most workers “live within their means.” They work and they pay the bills. Instead I recommend to young people to seek work what they will learn, more than what they will earn. Look down the road at what skills they want to acquire bee choosing a specific profession and bee getting trapped in the “Rat Race”. Once people are trapped in the lifelong process of bill paying, they become like those little hamsters running around in those little metal wheels. Their little furry legs are spinning furiously, the wheel is turning furiously, but come tomorrow morning, they'll still be in the same cage great job. When I ask the classes I teach, “How many of you can cook a better hamburger than McDonald's?” almost all the students raise their hands. I then ask, “So if most of you can cook a better hamburger, how come McDonald's makes more money than you?” The answer is obvious McDonald's is excellent at business systems. The reason so many talented people are poor is because they focus on building a better hamburger and know little or nothing about business systems. The world is filled with talented poor people. All too often, they're poor or struggle financially or earn less than they are capable of, not because of what they know but because of what they do not know. They focus on perfecting their skills at building a better hamburger rather than the skills of selling and delivering the hamburger. 019196365天交际口语详解(3):冷漠Part3--360°文化洗礼 -- :9:9 来源: 文化洗礼360°并非冷漠许多人都认为西方国家的人表面看上去十分热情但实际上却非常冷漠(indifferent)其实这是由于东西方文化上的差异所导致的一些误会(misunderstanding)外国人也有对人热情的,而且有些热情中国人还不一定能够承受比如,外国人习惯早上见了人,公共场所见了人,不管认不认识都要打个招呼中国人却不习惯这样,只喜欢跟熟人打招呼你跟不认识的人打招呼,他会不理解你,甚至误会你有恶意有一个美国友人就遇到过一件很尴尬的事情:他在中国国内读书,早上出去晨练主动跟别人打招呼,结果没人理他,以为他是在跟后面的人打招呼所谓热情(enthusiasm),就是指在待人接物中一种奔放的、热烈的情感人没有热情就做不成事比如,伟大的文学家、思想家伏尔泰先生说过:“没有热情者将一事无成!”美国总统威尔逊也曾说过:“冷漠是最大的残忍!”但在待人接物过程中要注意把握热情的分寸,即所谓的“热情有度”(Enthusiasm needs limit.)热情有度,是国际交往中的一项重要原则那怎么做到热情有度呢?    第一,要注意内外有别中国人有中国式的热情,外国人喜欢外国式的热情,对中国人要用中国式的,对外国人要用外国式的,要注意对热情的理解和分寸的把握第二,在国际交往中,对别人表达热情的时候要注意对象,因人而异比如,拉丁美洲人有拉丁美洲人的热情,英国人有英国人的热情,即外外也有别相对来讲,英德两国人的热情比较收敛,而意大利人、法国人以及拉丁美洲人则热情火辣,开朗奔放 文化 口语 详解 交际

不可不懂的十句英语 -- :31:57 来源: 不可不懂的十句英语What the f u c k is going on?(到底他妈的怎么回事?)通常此话出于黑人之口,且口气最宜为疑惑,不解,愤怒等等若是白人则多数时候会说-What the hell is going on? 意义相同而适用于更多场合说此话之人身份通常为上级,且相处较久不过如果你出差回家时看见老婆身边躺着个赤条条的陌生人,那它可就派上大用场了!You son of bitch!(你个娘养的!)令人意外的是,最爱说这句话的往往是女性越高贵,越端庄的女性越容易在压力达到一定值时便会脱口而出万万不要和有文化的MM顶嘴,否则被骂了还以为受表扬了呢!All rise!(全体起立!)国产英语老师最误人子弟的就是口语太差,爱说想当然口语从小学到高中英语课代表一直喊的是-Stand up!当然没什么不可以,但为什么不说标准的话呢?就象我们朗读中文时说普通话一样!It’s bullshit!(胡说八道!屁话!)这句话一旦学会,包你用的乐不思蜀用途太广泛啦!最绝是和老妈抬杠时搬出来,用你的眼睛直视她,以忏悔的口气说出Damn it!(可恶!)此句往往从某个孤胆英雄的嘴中冒出,发音要轻,然口气要重!此英雄往往正面临生死抉择,例如是先剪蓝线还是先剪红线等,说时要有壮士一去不复返的气势!此句适合用在被MM拒绝时,向MM的背影说出!万万不可忘记要配合以右手中指的朝天一刺!It’s none of your business!(关你屁事!)此句已接近经典!当你在网上浏览不健康网站遭到网吧老板的劝阻时,它往往能建下奇功!Come on!此句因拥有太多含义,所以注释欠奉但它确实非常necessary,所有的鬼佬一天不说个十七八遍就会浑身发痒,它的经典之处你就好好体会吧!Ditto!(俺也是!)本不是常用语,不过看过“幽灵”一片的人都染上了男主角的坏习惯从来不说I love you!总是“俺也是,俺也是!”的把MM们气得口吐白沫!实际上你也可以说“Me too!”或“Me also!”,不过总是不够文艺腔,差了那么一点点味道和情调How can I get such a beautiful girlsexy boy?此句在重逢某个你早已心仪的MM或GG是不妨拿来用用当对方还沉浸在陶醉中时,你可以利用这段时间好好想想对方的名字!I had no choice!(俺也是被逼无奈啊!)最常用此话的要数那些被男主角逼到悬崖边上的家伙们!俺真的不是有意出卖你老人家的,饶俺一命吧! 不可不懂的十句英语

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

  时间是这么被浪费的:9种浪费时间的表现 -01-18 3:39:39 来源: You spend your day doing unnecessary activities.Then, you wish you could have that time back.We are all guilty of this at some point.Where are you going to waste time today?你一整天做的全是没必要的事We all have the same amount of time in the day.It all comes down to how your chose to spend yours.Avoiding time-wasting activities can make all the difference.What frivolous and silly ways do you waste time during your day?我们每人每天的时间都是一定的Here are 9 Ways You’re Wasting Time Today:以下是9种浪费时间的表现:Complaining. No one gets what they want by whining. Instead, try asking.抱怨光是发牢骚是不可能得到想要的东西的不要光抱怨,要质疑Commuting during rush hour. Time-shift your drive less traffic.在高峰时间上下班换到其他时间点,这样路上就不会那么堵Gossiping. It never gets the work done.八卦八卦什么都做不成Doing other people’s work. Do your work first.做别人的工作先把自己的事情做好吧Watching TV. No one ever accomplished their goals by sitting on the couch.看电视坐在电视前是不可能做成什么事的Hanging out with negative people. Be careful, attitude is contagious.常和消极的人在一起小心点,态度是会传染的Procrastinating. Action now always beats inaction.拖延现在开始就战胜无所作为吧Indecision. Make decisions or life will make them you.优柔寡断要么就自己做决定,要么你就会被决定Reading the news. Go on a media diet.读新闻戒掉爱看媒体新闻的瘾吧Antagonizing others. If you don’t have something nice to say…和别人对着干如果你没什么好话要说的话…Playing games. Angry Birds don’t get work done.打游戏光玩“愤怒的小鸟”什么都干不成Eating junk food. Do something active and get your body in motion.吃垃圾食品吃点健康的东西,让你的身体活动起来吧Making empty promises. Stop saying what you’re not going to do.说空话不要再吹嘘那些你不会去做的事情了Waiting something to happen. Go out and make it happen.等待什么事发生行动起来,自己去让这件事发生吧Attending unnecessary meetings. Practice the “Right to Decline” unneeded meetings.参加没必要的会议试着婉转地拒绝那些没必要参加的会议吧Reading Email. Only check it 3 times a day. Morning, noon, end of day.查电邮一天只要查3次就够了:早上,中午和晚上Answering the phone. Remember, your phone is there your convenience.接电话记住,电话是为了你自己的方便才存在的Playing Email Ping-Pong. Avoid the back-and-th, go talk to someone.发电邮,你回复我,我回复你不要用电邮回复来回复去,真正去跟别人聊聊吧Not putting things away. You’ll have to look them later.不把东西放好之后你就要开始找东西了Surfing the web endlessly. One thing leads to another…漫无目的地上网事情一件连着另外一件……如何提高工作效率?时间管理课程全知道Constantly updating your social media status. No one needs to know what you are eating lunch.不断更新社交媒体状态没人想知道你中午吃的是什么Not capturing ideas. Where did you write down that million dollar idea?不记录下好想法上一次你写下很有价值的想法是什么时候?Fighting with others. Agree to disagree, but skip the fight.和别人争吵求同存异保留各自不同的意见,不要和人争Reading the tabloids. Do you need to know which celeb got arrested this week?读八卦小报这周哪个明星被捕跟你有关系吗?Looking things you misplaced. Make sure you have a place your stuff.翻找被你放错地方的东西每样东西都要有固定的放置位置Letting email notifications interrupt your day. Turn off those pop-ups!让新电邮通知打扰到你关掉弹出窗口吧!Piling instead of filing. Piles are not organization.乱堆乱放,而不是分类归档堆成一团可不能算整理Not looking at your todo list. You wrote that task down, but you didn’t look at your list.不查看待办事项明明写下了要做的任务,但是不去查看待办事项Solving the same problems, again. Make sure you document solutions so you have them down the road.花时间解决同样的问题要把问题的解决方法归档,这样下次你就能用到它们What Shouldn’t You Do Today?今天什么事是你不该做的?Sometimes it’s not what you do, but what you stop doing. Protect your day from these time-wasters.You just might have a little more time in your day. Where do you catch yourself wasting time?有时关键不在于你做什么,而在于你不该做什么不要让你的一天被这些浪费时间的事情占领这样也许你能挤出一些时间今天你发现自己把时间浪费在哪里了呢?关键在于你怎么使用你的时间尽量不要去做那些浪费时间的事,这才会成为你和别人的差别所在你一天中都会浪费时间做什么琐事和蠢事呢?然后,你希望能挽回浪费掉的时光我们每个人都会有为这种负罪感的时候今天你会把时间浪费在什么上面? 浪费时间

  (1)Mid pleasures and palaces though we may roam, Be it ever so humble, there's no place like home! A charm from the skies seems to hallow us there, Which seek through the world, is ne'er met with elsewhere, Home! Home! Sweet, sweet Home! There's no place like Home! There's no place like Home! ()I gaze on the moon as I t the drear wild, And feel that my mother now thinks of her child, As she looks on that moon from our own cottage door, Through the woodbine, whose fragrance shall cheer me no more. Home! Home! Sweet, sweet Home! There's no place like Home! There's no place like Home!   (3)An exile from home, splendor dazzles in vain; Oh, give me my lowly thatched cottage again! The birds singing gaily, that came at my call- Give me them, and the peace of mind, dearer than all! Home! Home! Sweet, sweet Home! There's no place like Home! There's no place like Home! 837。

  Mary had a little lamb (Excerpt)Mary had a little lambLittle lambLittle lambMary had a little lambIts fleece was white as snowEverywhere that Mary wentMary wentMary wentEverywhere that Mary wentThe lamb was sure to goIt followed her to school one daySchool one daySchool one dayIt followed her to school one dayWhich was against the rule?It made the children laugh and playLaugh and playLaugh and playIt made the children laugh and playTo see a lamb at school. 76777

  经典:(6) 持赞成意见 -01-7 18:5:51 来源: 赞成赞成I agree. *比较生硬的说法I think it's very important. (我认为这个问题很重要)I agree. (我同意)I agree with that.I'm with you. *“对,对”、“很好嘛”、“我赞成”、“OK”I'm it.I don't agree. (我反对)我也这样认为I think so, too. *更口语的说法Tokyo is too expensive. (东京的物价太贵)I think so, too. (我也这样认为)好哇!Anything you say!Let's see a movie. (我们去看电影吧)Anything you say! (好哇!)I'm with you.Okay, let's.You're in charge.You're the boss.I agree with you.没有异议No objection!我不反对I don't have any objection to it. *objection “异议”、“反对”、“不从”、“反对理由”What do you think of my proposal? (你觉得我的建议怎么样?)I don't have any objection to it. (我不反对)I have no objection to it.I don't object to it.No problem here.Sounds alright to me.我觉得那样很好That's fine with me.How's tomorrow? (明天怎么样?)That's fine with me. (我没问题)That sounds good.Sounds like a good idea to me.很好!Fine. *这是种常用的表达方式,表示带有“无可挑剔的”、“不错的”、“好的”等语感How was the proposal? (这个建议怎么样?)Fine. (很好!)How's everything? (一切都好吗?)Fine. (很好呀!)Good.It's acceptable.Okay.那就行了That's fair. *用于听到对方给予妥协性的回答时,就对方的意见或行为作出答复,含有“这样才公平、公正”的语气How does that sound? (那样行吗?)That's fair. (那就行了)Fair enough.我也有同样感觉You can say that again. *表示“我的看法和你完全一致”,带有同情的语感That meeting was awful. (那个会开得真糟糕)You can say that again. (我也有同样感觉)I'll say.Definitely.好像挺有意思Sounds like fun. *接受别人的邀请或建议时Let's go out! (我们出去玩吧)Sounds like fun. (那一定很有意思)当然!一定!You bet! *完全赞成对方所说的事的语气Did you study the test? (快考试了,你准备了吗?)You bet. (当然!一定!)That is sure.You know it.I'd bet on it.You can bet on it.Bet on it.Of course.It goes without saying.That goes without saying.You betcha. *俚语你是反对还是赞成他的主意?Are you or against his idea?好!Good. *用来向对方表达愉快、批准、同意、满意等心情How is it? (这个怎么样?)Good. (好!)It's good.太棒了!Great! *比good更要强烈地表示“吃惊的、终于可以松一口气的心情”,还带有“得意洋洋”、“心满意足”的语感The boss approved my proposal. (老板同意了我的建议)Great! (太棒了!)That's great!好主意Good idea.Let's do this part first. (我们先做这部分吧!)Good idea. (好主意)Good thinking.Bad idea. (馊主意)你说的有一部分是对的What you say is partly right. *partly “部分的”Don't you agree? (你同意吗?)What you say is partly right. (你说的有一部分是对的)You are partially correct.I agree with you partially. (我部分同意) 意见 赞成 英语口语 经典There is nofrigatelike a book——Emily Dickinson There is no frigate like a bookTo take us lands away,Nor any coursers like a pageOfprancingpoetry.This traverse may the poorest takeWithout oppress of toll;How frugal is thechariotThat bears a human soul! 7351

  结婚 “marry ”的日常英语 -- :57:18 来源: 愿意和我结婚吗? Will you marry me? *用于求爱时,男女都可以用 Will you marry me? (愿意和我结婚吗?) Yes, I will marry you. (是的,我愿意) Will you be my wifehusband? (你愿意成为我的妻子丈夫吗?) I want to share the rest of my life with you. (我愿今生今世和你在一起) I want to grow old together. (我愿意和你白头到老) 我还不想订婚 I dont want to get engaged yet. I dont think we should get engaged yet. (我觉得我们还不到该订婚的时候) 我还不想结婚 I dont want to get married yet. I dont want to get married yet. (我还不想结婚) When will you be y? (那你想什么时候呢?) Im not y to settle down yet. Im not y married life yet. 结婚,我还没想过呢 I havent thought about marriage yet. *当对方问到When are you going to get married? (你打算什么时候结婚)时的回答 我爱你,可是不能和你结婚 I love you but I cant marry you. 我还下不了决心和她结婚 I hesitate to marry her. * hesitate“踌躇”、“没心思”、“犹豫” I hesitate to marry her. (我还下不了决心和她结婚) Why? (为什么呢?) Im not sure if I want to marry her. Im hesitant to marry her. 他刚刚结婚 He a newlywed. *newlywed“新婚的人” He looks very happy lately. (最近他看上去好幸福呀) He a newlywed. (因为他刚刚结婚) He is newly married. He just got married. 婚后生活怎么样? How (your) married life? How (your) married life? (婚后生活怎么样?) Not bad. (不错哟) 我们俩都感到很幸福 Were happy together now. 我很爱我的妻子 I love my wife. 我们夫妻俩性格相似 Were two of a kind. *two of a kind“性格相似的人” Were very similar. Like husband, like wife. 我们俩很般配 Were a well-matched couple. 我是个顾家的人 Im a family-centered person. Im a family man. 她想要个孩子 She wants to start a family. 我怀了 Im pregnant. Guess what? Im pregnant. (你猜怎么着,我怀了) Really? (真的吗?) Im going to have a baby. Im expecting. 怀的是男孩还是女孩? What did she have? What did she have? (怀的是男孩还是女孩?) It a girl. (是女孩) 问题总会解决的 We can work it out. 我首先想到的是我妻子 I think of my wife first. My wife is very important to me. Im very close to my wife. 我们夫妻从不吵架 We (as a husband and a wife) dont have any fights. 拖家带口的人 Family man. 日常英语 英语口语那些你所想到的人,不管他们在你的家里或是其他什么地方,都是这条在几代人间延续的爱的链条上的一环你对他们生命的影响,不管你是否看到结果,都是无法估量的你所奉献的爱心与关怀将会在未来的岁月中转变那些处于迷失和绝望之中的生命Chain of Love"How do you your remarkable accomplishment in life?" Queen Victoria of England asked Helen Keller. "How do you explain the fact that even though you were both blind and deaf, you were able to accomplish so much?"Ms. Keller's answer is a tribute to her dedicated teacher. "If it had not been Anne Sullivan, the name of Helen Keller would have remained unknown."According to speaker Zig Ziglar, "Little Annie" Sullivan, as she was called when she was young, was no stranger to hardship. She was almost sightless herself (due to a childhood fever) and was, at one time, diagnosed as hopelessly "insane" by her by caregivers. She was locked in the basement of a mental institution outside of Boston. On occasion, Little Annie would violently attack anyone who came near. Most of the time she generally ignored everyone in her presence.An elderly nurse believed there was hope, however, and she made it her mission to show love to the child. Every day she visited Little Annie. the most part, the child did not acknowledge the nurse's presence, but she still continued to visit. The kindly woman left cookies her and spoke words of love and encouragement. She believed Little Annie could recover, if only she were shown love.Eventually, doctors noticed a change in the girl. Where they once witnessed anger and hostility, they now noted an emerging gentleness and love. They moved her upstairs where she continued to improve. Then the day finally came when this seemingly "hopeless" child was released.Anne Sullivan grew into a young woman with a desire to help others as she, herself, was helped by the kindly nurse. It was she who saw the great potential in Helen Keller. She loved her, disciplined her, played with her, pushed her and worked with her until the flickering candle that was her life became a beacon of light to the world. Anne Sullivan worked wonders in Helen's life; but it was a loving nurse who first believed in Little Annie and lovingly transmed an uncommunicative child into a compassionate teacher."If it had not been Anne Sullivan, the name of Helen Keller would have remained unknown." But if it had not been a kind and dedicated nurse, the name of Anne Sullivan would have remained unknown. And so it goes. Just how far back does the chain of redemption extend? And how ward will it lead?Those you have sought to reach, whether they be in your family or elsewhere, are part of a chain of love that can extend through the generations. Your influence on their lives, whether or not you see results, is immeasurable. Your legacy of dedicated kindness and caring can transm lost and hopeless lives years to come. 956

  本文是一篇法庭辩护词,作者George Graham (1830-19) 是美国密苏里州的一个议员,是当时杰出的演讲家和辩论家本篇是他早年从事法律工作时在法庭上所作,其时他为一位因被杀而起诉的人做辩护辩护时,他没有要求任何词,只是凭借其辩论就赢得了官司他辩词的撼人之处在于:拿出人类兽性的一面与人性的一面作对比,引起法官们对的感激和同情,以及对杀人的强烈憎恶这不仅仅是一篇辩护词,也是一篇优秀的讲演稿,更是对人性的呼唤…… The best friend a man has in the world may turn against him and become his enemy. His son or daughter that he has reared with loving care may prove ungrateful. Those who are nearest and dearest to us, those whom we trust with our happiness and our good name, may become traitors to their faith. The money that a man has he may lose. It flies away from him, perhaps when he needs it most. A man's reputation may be sacrificed in a moment of ill-considered action. The people who are prone to fall on their knees to do us honor when success is with us may be the first to throw the stone of malice when failure settles its cloud upon our heads. The one absolutely unselfish friend that man can have in this selfish world, the one that never deserts him, the one that never proves ungrateful or treacherous, is his dog.A man's dog stands by him in prosperity and in poverty, in health and in sickness. He will sleep on the cold ground, where the wintry winds blow and the snow drives fiercely, if only he may be near his master's side. He will kiss the hand that has no food to offer; he will lick the wounds and sores that come from encounter with the roughness of the world. He guards the sleep of his pauper master as if he were a prince. When all other friends desert, he remains. When riches take wings and reputation falls to pieces, he is as constant in his love as the sun in its journeys through the heavens.If tune drives the master th, an outcast in the world, friendless and homeless, the faithful dog asks no higher privilege than that of accompanying him, to guard him against danger, to fight against his enemies. And when the last scene of all comes, and death takes the master in its embrace, and his body is laid away in the cold ground, no matter if all other friends pursue their way, there by the grave will the noble dog be found, his head between his paws, his eyes sad but open in alert watchfulness, faithful and true even in death. 9

  与beef相关的常见口语句型 -- :8:5 来源: 与beef相关的常见口语句型1. We’re not cool right now cuz he’s beefing with my folks.这里beef是动词,相当于be in a disagreement, beefing with就是和谁闹不开心的意思. I can see why he’s having beef with them again.这里beef是名词,相当于grudge,对谁怀恨在心的意思3. He would have been off the parole next month, but he picked up a new beef.这里beef是名词,相当于a criminal charge,本来快要释放了,但是又加了条罪过. That skater really beefed.这里beef当动词讲,类似于hit the ground hard,摔倒在地,夯到地面上了5. Aerobic exercises could beef up one's memory.这里beef up是一个词组,类似strengthen有氧运动可以增强一个人的以后在口语中再遇到beef的时候,要记得beef除了牛肉,意思还有很多,可以当名词、动词,可以当表示增强,也可以表示矛盾、犯罪或摔跤对于口语来说,我们一起beef up 与beef相关的常见口语句型。

  吊唁的英语口语 -- ::6 来源: 我对您深表同情!I sympathize with you.I sympathize with you. (我对您深表同情!)Thank you your concern. (谢谢您的关心!)我们为失去一个这么好的人而感到遗憾!(太遗憾了,我们失去了一个伟大的人)What a pity weve lost such a great man!What a pity weve lost such a great man! (我们为失去一个这么好的人而感到遗憾!)Yes, indeed. (确实是这样)我很怀念我的爷爷Im going to miss my grandpa.Im going to miss my grandpa. (我很怀念我的爷爷)I know how you feel. (我能理解你的感受)太不幸了That too bad.My father is in the hospital now. (我爸爸现在住院了)That too bad. (太不幸了)别太消沉了Try not to get depressed.Try not to get depressed. (别太消沉了)I cant help it. (我无法控制自己)这次很麻烦,对吧?It was terrible this time, wasnt it?It was terrible this time, wasnt it? (这次很麻烦,对吧?)It sure was. (确实是这样)我太难过了!Im so sorry. *语气比That too bad还要礼貌一些My mother died when I was ten. (我妈妈在我岁的时候就去世了)Im so sorry. (那太不幸了)What a shame.没关系别太在意Never mind.I couldnt pass the test.(我考试没有通过)Never mind.(没关系别太在意 日常英语 英语口语



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