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英语中见面、分手怎么说? -- :: 来源: 碰到友人嗨!你好!Hi! *比Hello随便,用于比较熟悉的人,男女都可以用Hi! (嗨!)Hi! (嗨!你好!)你好!Hello. *一天中常用的寒暄用语A)Hello, Mr. Smith. (史密斯先生,您好!)B)Oh, hi John. (嗨,约翰,你好!)*A为学生,B为老师你好!Good afternoon. *下午用寒暄用语主要用于工作环境中晚上好!Good evening.你好吗?How are you? *最常用的问候方式除了有问候对方“你好吗”的意思外,还含有“午安”在内的意思Hi, John! (嗨!约翰,你好!)Oh, Mary! How are you? (噢,玛丽,你好吗?)How are you? (你好吗?)Pretty good. (非常好)How it going?Howre you doing? *语气较随便我很好,谢谢Fine, thank you.Im fine, thank you.不怎么好Not so good. *用于身体状况不好或是有其他什么不好的事时How are you feeling? (你的身体怎么样?)Not so good. (不怎么好)Not so great.Could be better. *虽然“有向好的方向发展的余地”,但给人一种“不怎么好”的语感老样子Nothing much.Nothing special.认识您我很高兴Glad to meet you. *用于初次见面Im glad to meet you.Nice to meet you.It great meeting you.出什么事啦?What up?What up? (出什么事啦?)Nothing much. (没什么)What new? *用于强调有无新的变化What happening? *强调“发生什么事情了?”Howve you been? *有好长时间没见的语感你的家人怎么样?How your family?How your family? (你的家人怎么样?)Everyone fine. (大家都很好)还好吧?How everything? *意为“进行得顺利吗?”如果在饭馆务员这样问的话是“饭菜怎么样?”的意思How everything? (怎么样,还好吧?)It going pretty well. (一切很顺利)How everything? (还好吧?)Same as always. (和平常一样)How everything going?How it going?How are things?工作怎么样?How business?还可以Not bad.今天怎么样?How did it go today? *用于会议或聚会等特别场合How did it go today? (今天怎么样?)So-so. (还凑合吧)How was your day?和往常一样Oh, same as usual.How was work today? (今天工作怎么样?)Oh, same as usual. (和往常一样)Same old, same old. *俚语Another day, another dollar.急着干什么去呀?What the hurry?What the hurry? (急着干什么去呀?)Were going to be late the movie. (我们赶着去看电影呢)Why are you in a hurry? (为什么那么着急?)Why are you hurrying? (干吗那么着急?)你去哪儿?Where are you headed? *head 是动词,be headed ...表示“向着……前进”Where are you going?Where are you off to?你干吗呢?What are you doing?What are you doing? (你干吗呢?)Im ironing my shirt. (我在熨衬衫呢)我在想点事儿I was just thinking. *just 表示一种“有点”,“不过……”的语感我只是发了会儿呆I was just daydreaming. *daydream “沉湎于幻想”我只是在消磨时间Im just killing time. *kill time “消磨时间”、“打发时间”Im just hanging out. *hang out “什么都不做,无端地耗费时间”你想什么呢?What on your mind?What on your mind? (你想什么呢?)Im worried about my wife. (我有点担心我的妻子)What are you thinking of?没想什么没什么Nothing.和往常一样Another day, another dollar.How was work today? (今天工作怎么样?)Another day, another dollar. (和往常一样)你来的正是时候Youve come just in time.Youve come at the right moment.Youve come at the right time.原来你在这儿啊!There you are! *用于终于找到了要找的人时There you are! (原来你在这儿啊!)Were you looking me? (你找我?)Gotcha! *俚语Here you are.Found you!杰夫在吗?Is Jeff around?Is Jeff around? (杰夫在吗?)He was here a few minutes ago. (几分钟前他还在这儿来着)你见到斯科特了吗?Have you seen Scott? 多用于公司和学校Have you seen Scott? (你见到斯科特吗?)No, not today. (没有,今天没看见他)我偶然碰到了他I ran into him. *run into “没想到的,偶然的相遇”I bumped into him.哎,你猜我昨天遇见谁了?Guess who I bumped into yesterday?Guess who I bumped into yesterday? (哎,你猜我昨天遇见谁了?)Who? (谁呀?)我跟他素不相识He a stranger to me. *表示“以前从没见过面”好久不见好久不见It been a long time. *当别人这么对自己说时,通常用It sure has.来回答好久不见It been so long.John, is that you? (你是约翰吧?)Yeah, it been so long. (是我,好久没见)好久没见了Long time no see. *比较随便的说法对方一般回答Yeah, how have you been?Yeah, too long.Long time no see. (好久没见了)Yeah, how have you been? (是呀,你还好吗?)I havent seen you a long time.I havent seen you ages.还好吧?How have you been?How have you been? (还好吧?)Ive been all right. (嗯,挺好的)最近怎么样?How have you been doing? *询问对方的身体和近况How have you been doing? (最近怎么样?)Ive been alright. (干得还不错)忙什么呢?What have you been doing? *用来询问没见面的这段时间里的情况What have you been doing? (忙什么呢?)Just working. (上班呗)What have you been doing? (忙什么呢?)Nothing much. (没忙什么)What have you been up to?你去哪儿了?Where have you been?很高兴又见到你Im glad to see you again. *回答这句时说So am I. (我也是)see可以用meet代替去掉again则带有初次见面的语感Im happy to see you.Nice to see you.It great seeing you again.你一点儿都没变You havent changed at all.Youre the same old Bob, arent you? (鲍勃,你还是老样子)你没怎么变You havent changed much.You havent changed much. (你没怎么变)Neither have you. (你也没变)你变样了Youve really changed.你长大了Youve grown up.Youre all grown up now.Look how youve grown up. (看你都长这么大了!) *多用于爷爷、奶奶见到孙辈时你越来越漂亮了Youve become so beautiful.Youve gotten so pretty.约翰他好吗?Is John okay? *这种说法带有约翰有病或受伤的语感Is John okay? (约翰他好吗?)He getting better. (好多了)你看上去不错You look great.You look great. (你看上去不错)You look good, too. (你也一样)你感觉怎么样?How are you feeling?How are you feeling? (你感觉怎么样?)Im feeling great. (我感觉很好)他这些日子过得怎么样?How he getting along these days?How he getting along these days? (他这些日子过得怎么样?)Good. (挺好的)How he doing? (他干得怎么样?)最近你是不是胖了?Are you gaining weight?Are you gaining weight? (最近你是不是胖了?)Im afraid so. (好像是吧)Have you gained weight?Are you getting fatter? *不礼貌的说法Are you losing weight? (最近你是不是瘦了?)分手时再见!Goodbye. *分手时最常用的寒暄用语Goodbye. (再见!)Goodbye. Take care! (再见,保重啊!)再见!Bye. *比Goodbye的说法随便Bye now.Have a nice day. (祝你今天愉快!)See you later. (以后见!)回头见!See you.See you later.See you soon.See you again.Catch you later.See you around. *用于在同一座楼里,过会儿还有可能再见面时我去了啊Im off now. *off “去,走开”Im leaving.See you.我得告辞了I have to go.I have to go. (我得告辞了)Cant you stay a little longer? (再呆会儿吧!)祝你好运!Good luck! *在对某人去旅行或去做一件比较难的事情时使用Good luck! (祝你好运!)Thanks. I need it. (谢谢,借你吉言)I wish you good luck.祝你愉快!Have a nice day. *与Goodbye的用法一样Have a nice day! (祝你愉快!)Same to you. (也祝你愉快!)祝你周末愉快!Have a nice weekend.加油啊!祝你好运!Good luck.Break a leg. *原本是对要上台演出的人说的话Go it. (走吧!)Hang in there. (那,加油吧!)祝你玩得愉快Have fun.Were going to Hawaii! (我们要去夏威夷喽!)Have fun! (祝你玩得愉快)Have a good time!就这样,坚持下去Keep it up.Keep it up! (就这样,坚持下去)Thanks the encouragement. (谢谢你的鼓励!)别干得太猛Dont work too hard.Take care.Be careful.旅途愉快!Have a nice trip. *对要去旅行的人说的话I wish you a pleasant journey.Have a good vacation. (祝你假期愉快!)Bon voyage. *这是一句法语,现在英文中也用那多保重!Have a good one!真舍不得走,但是……I hate to run, but... *这句是结束谈话时的开场白其语气为“虽然我不想走,但……”认识你我非常高兴It was nice meeting you. *只用于与初次见面的人分别时其他情况下meet换成seeIt was nice meeting you. (认识你我非常高兴)It was nice meeting you, too. (我也很高兴见到你)Nice meeting you.请代我向约翰问好Please say hello to John ( me).晚安!Good night.再来啊!Come again.Come again. (再来啊!)I will. (我会来的)Please come again. (请您再来!)I hope you can come over again. (希望你能再来)Id be glad to have you over again. (如果你下次还能来的话我将很高兴)别忘了给我带点儿什么Dont get to bring something back me.Dont get to bring something back me. (别忘了给我带点儿什么)Dont worry, I wont. (放心吧,忘不了)放松点儿!Take it easy. *“放松”、“不要紧张”的语气Take it easy. (放松点儿!)I cant. I have a test tomorrow. (不可能,我明天要考试)希望不久能再见到你I hope to see you again soon.给我打电话Call me later.Call me later. (给我打电话)Okay, I will. (嗯,好吧)多保重!Take care. *“多加小心”的语气See you later. (再见)Take care. (多保重!)你自己多保重Take care of yourself.Take care of yourself. (你自己多保重!)Dont worry about me. (别担心我!)我还会来的Ill be back.Ill be back. (我还会来的)Youd better. (一定来啊!)Ill come back later. (不久我就会回来的)Ill stop by later. (我会顺便来的)天不早了It getting late.It getting late. (天不早了)Let go home. (我们回家吧)我得走了Ive got to go. *口语用法I have to go.I have to get going.暂时无法见面时我会想你的Ill miss you. *miss “想,想念”Ill miss you. (我会想你的)Ill miss you, too. (我也会想你的)Im gonna miss you. *gonna 是going to...的缩略形式,是比较随便的表达方式我真希望能和你在一起I wish I could go with you.I wish I could go with you. (我真希望能和你在一起)So do I. (我也是)请代我向你的家人问好Please give my regards to your family.Please give my regards to your family. (请代我向你的家人问好)I will. They asked me how you were doing. (我一定带到我的家人也问过你的情况)你一定回来啊!You must come back.有空给我打电话Give me a call sometime.Call me sometime.我们什么时候再聚吧Let get together again sometime.Thank you. I enjoyed it very much. (谢谢,我真是太高兴了)Let get together again sometime. (我们什么时候再聚吧)请给我写信Please write me (a letter).我会给你写信的Ill write you (a letter).让我们保持联系Let keep in touch. *keep in touch with... “和……保持联系”、“保持接触”Let keep in touch. (让我们保持联系)Will do. (好的)Let keep in touch with each other. *each other “互相”别忘了写信Dont get to write.Dont get to write. (别忘了写信)I wont. (忘不了)拜访有人吗?Hello! Anyone home? *“对不起,屋里有人吗?”的语气Hello! Anyone home? (喂,有人吗?)Yes? (谁呀?)Yoo hoo! *进入别人家时一种口语的说法Hello! Is anyone there?Excuse me! (对不起)Hey, you! (嘿,你呀!) *比较粗鲁的说法欢迎,请进!Please come in! *可以用于各种场合,如欢迎他人等Please come in! (欢迎,请进!)Sorry I didnt call first. (对不起,来之前我没打个电话来)Welcome!Hello!你能来,太好啦How nice of you to come!How nice of you to come! (你能来,太好啦)Thanks inviting me. (谢谢你邀请我)(It) nice of you to come!Thank you coming.你有事吗?What do you want? *比较莽撞的语气Is anyone here? (有人吗?)What do you want? (你有事吗?)What are you here ?别客气,像在自己家一样Please feel free to make yourself at home.Make yourself at home.请坐吧Have a seat.Have a seat. (请坐吧)Oh, thank you. (啊,谢谢)Take a seat.Please sit down.您尽兴Enjoy yourself!Have a good time!您喝点什么吗?Would you care something to drink?A) Would you care something to drink?(您喝点儿什么吗?)B) Yes, Ill have a beer, please. (好的,我要啤酒)*当拒绝A的提问时,可以用No, thank you. (谢谢,我不喝)Maybe later. (过一会儿再说)没关系(不用担心我)Dont mind me.Sorry, Im too busy to talk to you now.(对不起,我太忙了,顾不上和你说话)Dont mind me. I just came to see John.(没关系,我只是来看看约翰)我可以用洗手间吗?May I use your bathroom?May I use your bathroom? (我可以用洗手间吗?)Sure, go ahead. (当然可以,请吧!)May I use your rest room?Where can I freshen up? *女性问Where can I freshen up? (我可以在哪儿梳洗?) 是打听厕所的婉转说法May I use your toilet? *toilet 表示“厕所”,太直接,一般不用除此之外,ladies room“女厕所”, men room“男厕所”,俚语 the john、the head也表示“厕所”洗手间在哪儿?Where the bathroom?Which way is the bathroom?How can I get to the bathroom?Could you tell me how to get to the bathroom? (能告诉我洗手间怎么走吗?)可以借用一下您的电话吗?May I use your phone?Is it all right if I use your phone?我得告辞了Id better get going now.I must be going now.I have to leave now.I gotta go now. *gotta为口语,是got to的缩略形式非常感谢您的盛情款待Thank you inviting me. *用于要离开主人家时表示感谢的心情Im glad you could come. (非常高兴,您今天能来)Thank you inviting me. (非常感谢您的邀请)Thanks so much inviting us today. (十分感谢您今天的盛情招待)有空再来串门吧Drop by sometime. *drop by “(顺便)拜访,串门”Good-bye, John. Drop by sometime. (再见,约翰,有时间再来)Thanks. I will. (谢谢好的)他亲自来看我He came to see me himself.Did he send someone to see you? (他让谁来看你了?)No, he came to see me himself. (不,他亲自来看我了)He came to see me personally.您介意我抽烟吗?Do you mind if I smoke? *回答这个问题的时候,不允许时用Yes, 允许时用No,与平时回答相反Do you mind if I smoke? (您介意我抽烟吗?)No, not at all. (不介意,你抽吧)Would it bother you if I smoked?Can I smoke?Is it all right if I smoke?Would it be okay to smoke?您的房子真好I like your house.I like your house. (您的房子真好)Im glad to hear that. (听你这么说,我很高兴)我很喜欢你的公寓I really like your apartment.I love your apartment.小心脚下Watch your step.Mind your step.Be careful where you walk.Look where youre going.地上很滑The floor is slippery. *slippery “光滑”、“容易滑倒的”请打开电视Please turn on the TV. *关于turn的用法:turn on是打开(电视等),turn off是关上(电视等),turn up是开大(电视等)的声音,turn down是关小(电视等)的声音我可以把车停这儿吗?Can I park my car here? *park “停车”Is parking okay here?Is it all right to park my car here?Am I permitted to park my car here?介绍某人凯恩女士,这位是我的上司佐藤先生Ms. Kane, this is Mr. Sato, my boss.Ms. Kane, this is my boss, Mr. Sato.Ms. Kane, I would like to introduce my boss, Mr. Sato (to you).Ms. Kane, let me introduce my boss, Mr. Sato (to you).很高兴认识您Nice to meet you.Nice to meet you. (很高兴认识您)Nice to meet you, too. (认识您我也很高兴)Pleased to meet you.Pleased to meet you, too. *作为上面例句的回答Very nice to meet you.Very nice to meet you, too. *作为上面例句的回答How do you do? *比Nice to meet you的说法稍显郑重How do you do? *可以重复How do you do? 来作为上面例句的回答It a pleasure to meet you.Im happy to meet you.彼此彼此Nice to meet you, too.您贵姓?May I have your name, please?I made a reservation tonight. (我预订了今天晚上的宴会)May I have your name, please? (您贵姓?)What your name, please?May I ask who you are? (您是哪位?) *用来询问对方的身份Who calling, please? *只用于打电话Who are you? (你是谁?)What your name? (你叫什么名字?)What your name? (你叫什么名字?)My name John. (我叫约翰)我给你介绍一下我的朋友Id like you to meet a friend of mine.Hi, John. (嗨!约翰,你好!)Hi, Joe. Id like you to meet a friend of mine. (嗨!琼,我给你介绍一下我的朋友)他是个好人He a nice guy.He a nice guy. (他是个好人)He sure is. (确实如此)见到您我很高兴Im glad to meet you.Im glad to meet you. (见到您我很高兴)So am I. (我也很高兴)Im glad to meet you. (认识您我很高兴)The feeling is mutual. (我也很高兴)Glad to meet you.Good to meet you.Im pleased to meet you.Im pleased to meet you. (能认识您,我很高兴)Pleased to meet you, too. (能认识您,我也很高兴)Im really happy that I could meet you.Im really happy that I could meet you. (能认识您我觉得非常高兴)Same here. (我也很高兴)能认识您我感到非常荣幸It an honor me to meet you.Im Harrison d. (我是哈里森·福特)It an honor me to meet you. (能认识您我感到非常荣幸)请叫我……Please call me...Nice to meet you, Mr. Smith. (史密斯先生,很高兴认识您)Please call me John. (请叫我约翰)我们是不是在哪儿见过面?Dont I know you from somewhere?Dont I know you from somewhere? (我们是不是在哪儿见过面?)No, I dont think so. (不,我想没见过)Havent we met (somewhere) bee?Havent we met somewhere (bee)?Dont I know you? (你不认识我吗?)You look familiar. (你看上去很面熟)想起来了吗?Remember?Do you know that man? (你认识那个男人?)He my father. Remember? (他是我父亲,想起来了吗?)Do you remember?Dont you remember? (你不记得了?)啊!对了,你是史密斯先生Oh, yeah, youre Mr. Smith!Oh, yeah, I do know you. (哦,是的,我认识你)I know you, but I got your name. (我认识你,可是我忘了你叫什么)我不敢肯定,也许在哪儿见过Im not sure. Maybe.It possible. (我不肯定,可能吧?)What your name again? (你叫什么来着?)不,我想不是这样的No, I dont think so.No, Im afraid not.No, I dont believe so.这是我们第一次见面This is the first time we have met.Have you two met? (你们俩人见过?)No, this is the first time we have met. (没见过,这是我们第一次见面)Weve never met bee. (我们以前从来没见过)鲍勃是你的老朋友吗?Is Bob an old friend of yours?Is Bob an old friend of yours? (鲍勃是你的老朋友吗?)Yes, I met him twenty years ago in America. (是的,我是年前在美国认识他的)我想不起来他叫什么名字了I cant remember his name.I cant remember his name. (我想不起来他叫什么名字了)Neither can I. (我也想不起来了)I cant recall his name. His name escapes me.这事全拜托你了I leave it entirely to your kind consideration. *consideration “体贴、照顾”Ill leave it up to you. 直译是“(工作或决定等)全都靠你了”Please consider it. *consider同think about,即“考虑”、“细想”Id appreciate it if you could consider it.我叫约翰·希恩Im John Sheehan.My name is John Sheehan.My name John Sheehan.和初次见面的人交谈您是哪里人?Where are you from?My country has a lot of mountains... (我的家乡有很多山……)Oh, yeah? Where are you from? (哦,是吗?您是哪儿人?)Where are you from? (您是哪里人?)Im from Japan. (我是日本人)我是加拿大人Im from Canada.我从加拿大来I come from Canada. *①Im from Canada.和②I come from Canada.的意思几乎一样但是②含有两种意思:一种是“自加拿大来,但并非是加拿大籍”;另一种意思是“我是加拿大人”I was born in Canada. (我出生在加拿大)Chicago is my hometown. (我的故乡是芝加哥)你觉得日本怎么样?How do you like Japan?What do you think about Japan?我很喜欢I like it.是个好地方It a good place.你都去过日本的哪些地方?Where have you been in Japan?你现在住在哪儿?Where do you live now?我住在东京I live in Tokyo.您是来度假的吗?Are you here on vacation? *on business是“因公”,on vacation是“度假”Are you vacationing?Are you here a vacation?Is this a pleasure trip?Are you here on business or pleasure? (您来这是工作还是游玩?)我是来工作的Im here on business.My trip is business related. (我的旅行和工作有关)Im on a business trip.您来日本多长时间了?How long have you been in Japan?How long have you been in Japan? (您来日本多长时间了?)I just arrived last week. (上星期刚来)How long have you been in Japan? (您来日本多长时间了?)About three years. (大概3年左右了)个月左右About four months.你习惯日本的生活了吗?Are you used to life in Japan? *be used to “习惯”,注意“d”不发音Are you used to life in Japan? (你习惯日本的生活了吗?)No, not yet. (没有,还不习惯)Have you gotten used to life in Japan?Have you grown accustomed to Japan?你在日本呆到什么时候?How long will you be in Japan?How long will you be in Japan? (你在日本呆到什么时候?)Until next month. (呆到下个月)How long do you plan to stay?呆到月Until December.你说日语吗?Do you speak Japanese?Do you speak Japanese? (你说日语吗?)Untunately, no. (很遗憾,我不会)Can you speak Japanese? (你能说日语吗?)Are you a Japanese speaker?只会一点儿A little.Just a little.Some. (一点儿)我一点儿都不会说I cant speak Japanese at all. *not...at all “一点都不……”我会一点儿日常会话I know (everyday) conversational Japanese.你是在哪儿学的日语?Where did you learn Japanese?在学校At school.我自学的I learned it on my own. *on my own “自学”、“靠自己的力量”I learned it by myself. *by oneself “一个人”、“靠自己的力量”你什么时候过生日?When your birthday?When your birthday? (你什么时候过生日?)It May th. (5月日)有关工作你了解他的背景吗?Do you know his background?Do you know his background? (你了解他的背景吗?)I know very little about him. (我一点儿也不了解)我在一家电脑公司工作I work a computer company.我是国家公务员Im a government employee.我是个体经营者Im self-employed.你在哪个部门工作?Which department do you work ?I work A Company. (我在A公司工作)Which department do you work ? (你在哪个部门工作?)搞销售的Sales.这个工作你做了多长时间了?How long have you been doing that job?年了 years.你的公司在哪儿?Where is your company?Where is your company located?在新宿In Shinjuku.上下班路上要花多长时间?How long does it take (you) to commute? *commute “上班,上学”1个小时左右About one hour.Around one hour.It takes about one hour.About an hour.你怎么去上班?How do you get to work?How do you go to work?我坐地铁I ride the subway.I use the subway.I take the subway.我正在调工作Im changing jobs.我正在找工作Im job hunting now.Im looking work now.我明年退休Im retiring next year.我现在失业了Im out of work now. *out of work “失业”I dont have a job now.Im not working right now.Im unemployed. (现在失业了)有关学校你是学生吗?Are you a student?Are you a student? (你是学生吗?)No, Ive aly finished school. (不是,我已经毕业了)Do you go to school? (你还在上学吗?)我是个大学生Im a college student. *在美国,college指包括university在内的大学Im a junior college student. (我是大专生)I go to a vocational school. (我上职业专科学校)I go to a cram school. (我上的是补习学校)我正在学习英文Im studying English.我毕业于明治大学I went to Meiji University.你上的哪所大学?Where did you go to college? *college 指的一般大学Where did you go to college? (你上的哪所大学?)I went to Harvard University. (我上的是哈佛大学)你上什么学校?What school do you go to?Which school do you go to?我上……大学I go to...university. *elementary school “小学”,junior high school “中学”,high school “高中”你上几年级了?What year are you in? *这句主要是问高中和大学的年级如果是问小学生的话,应该用What grade are you in?我上一年级Im a freshman. *在美国的高中和大学1年级是freshman,年级是sophomore,3年级是junior,年级是senior在美国没有初中的情况很多在小学用Im in first grade.表示1年级,Im in second grade.表示年级我明年毕业Ill graduate next year.Im graduating next year.你的专业是什么?What your major?What do you major in?What are you studying? (你是学什么的?)我的专业是英语Im an English major.I major in English.你参加哪个俱乐部?What club are you in?What club do you belong to?我在滑雪俱乐部Im in the ski club.你在打工吗?Do you have a part-time job? *小时工是a part time job,正式职工是a full-time workerDo you have a part-time job? (你在打工吗?)Yes, Im a tutor. I work three times a week. (嗯,我做家教,一星期教三次)Do you work part-time? (你在做小时工吗?)我一个星期去一次书店做收银员I work at a bookstore as a cashier once a week.毕业以后你打算做什么?What are your plans after graduation?What are your plans after graduation? (毕业以后你打算做什么?)I havent decided yet. (我还没有决定)What are you going to do after you graduate?有关家庭你家有几口人?How many people are in your family?I have a large family. (我家是个大家庭)How many people are in your family? (你家有几口人?)四口人Four people.父母和我的My parents and my younger sister.你有兄弟吗?Any brothers or sisters?Any brothers or sisters? (你有兄弟吗?)No, none. (没有,一个也没有)Do you have any brothers or sisters?Any siblings? *文言表达方式sibling指“兄弟”只有一个哥哥(弟弟)Just one brother. *just和only都表示“只有,只”想明确表示哥哥时用older brother,弟弟用younger brother英语中一般不把兄弟或加以区分I just have one brother.你和父母住在一起吗?Do you live with your parents?我一个人住I live alone.我住在公寓里I live in an apartment.你结婚了吗?Are you married?Are you married? (你结婚了吗?)Yes, Im married. (是的,我结婚了)不,还没有No, not yet.Do you have any children? (你有孩子吗?)No, not yet. (不,还没有)Nope. (没,没有)Neah. (哪有啊)我有对象了I have a fiancé. *fiancé来自于法语,严格地来讲fiancé是“未婚夫”;fiancée是“未婚妻”两者后缀不同,发音一样我打算明年结婚Im going to get married next year.我结婚了Im married. *“独身”用Im single表示我订婚了Im engaged.有孩子吗?Any children?Any children? (有孩子吗?)I have one of each. (我有一个男孩,一个女孩)Do you have any children?我有两个男孩I have two boys.I have two sons. (我有两个儿子)我有一个女儿,在上小学I have one daughter in elementary school.我没有孩子I dont have any children.有关兴趣和爱好你有什么爱好?What are your hobbies?What are your hobbies? (你有什么爱好?)I play golf. (我的爱好是打高尔夫球)你有点什么爱好吗?Do you have any hobbies?业余时间你都干什么?What do you do when you have free time?What do you do when you have free time?(业余时间你都干什么?)Nothing much. (不干什么)我喜欢看电影I like to watch movies.I enjoy watching movies.你喜欢看什么样的电影?What kind of movies do you like?What kind of movies do you like? (你喜欢看什么样的电影?)Any kind. (什么都爱看)你的钢琴弹得真好Youre a good pianist.You play the piano well.你喜欢哪种运动?What kind of sports do you like?你滑了多长时间雪了?How long have you been skiing?我只是喜欢看I just like to watch.Do you play baseball? (你打棒球吗?)No, I just like to watch. (不,我只是喜欢看)I only watch.我是棒球迷Im a baseball fan.Im a fan of baseball.我喜欢打高尔夫球I like to play golf.你练习过健美操吗?Have you ever done aerobics?Have you ever done aerobics? (你练过健美操吗?)No way. (怎么可能!)Have you done aerobics bee?你对什么感兴趣?What are your interests? *interest “爱好”、“关心的事”What are your interests? (你对什么感兴趣?)Im interested in art. (我对美术感兴趣)What are your interested in?What kind of things are you interested in?What do you like?我从没做过Ive never done that.Ive never done that bee.That was the first time me. (我可是头一次)你去国外旅行过吗?Have you ever traveled abroad?Have you ever traveled abroad? (你去国外旅行过吗?)Yes, twice. (是的,去过两次)Have you been overseas? (你去国外旅行过吗?)你去哪儿了?Where have you been?我去美国和德国了Ive been to the U.S. and Germany.下次你想去哪儿?Where do you want to go next?Where do you want to go next? (下次你想去哪儿?)No place particular. (没有什么特别的地方)有关年龄、身高和体重你多大了?How old are you? *在美国,出于礼貌是不问别人的年龄、体重和身高的除非是自己比较熟悉的人,最好回避提这些问题Im not old enough to drive. (我还不到开车的年龄)How old are you? (你多大了?)I cant drink alcohol yet. (我还不能喝酒)How old are you? (你多大了?)May I ask how old you are? (我可以问您的年龄吗?)May I ask your age? (我可以问您的年龄吗?) *比较礼貌的说法我8岁Im ty-eight.你的体重是多少?How much do you weigh?What your weight?75公斤左右About seventy-five kilograms. *美国不用公制单位,而用pound磅(1磅大约53克,复数是pounds)我重磅I weigh a-hundred-sixty-four pounds.I weigh Ibs. *Ibs.读为pounds你有多高?How tall are you?What your height?1米80左右About one-hundred-eighty centimeters. *美国不用公制单位,而用foot英尺计算(1英尺大约30厘米,复数是feet;1英大约是.5厘米,复数是inches)我身高5英尺3寸Im five feet three inches tall.Im 5′3″ tall.Im five three. *口语中常用这种省略说法有关天气今天真热呀!It very hot today, isnt it? *isnt it? 带有“真……呀!”的语感Isnt it hot today?Today a scorcher. *scorcher 为口语,“太阳火辣辣的天气”天气炎热It blistering hot.It extremely hot.今天的天气真好!It a fine day today.It beautiful today.It nice today.明天的天气怎么样?What the ecast tomorrow?What the ecast tomorrow? (明天的天气怎么样?)It going to be cold. (会冷吧)What will the weather be like tomorrow?What the weather going to be tomorrow?What tomorrow ecast?今天的天气怎么样?How the weather today?How the weather today? (今天的天气怎么样?)It hot. (今天很热)今天会下雨吗?Is it going to rain today?Is it going to rain today?(今天会下雨吗?)I doubt it. (我想不会)好像要下雨Were expecting some rain.It going to rain.It supposed to rain.Rain is expected.I heard it might rain. (我听说今天可能下雨)下雨了It raining.今天会下雨吧!It going to rain today.It will rain today.今天很热It hot today.今天很暖和It warm today.It a warm day.今天很冷It cold today.It cold today. (今天很冷)It sure is. (就是)今天冷嗖嗖的It chilly today.It cool today.It nippy today.今天风很大It windy today.It a windy day.今天很闷热It humid.It really humid today. (今天很闷啊!)Yeah, my body is sweaty. (是呀,我浑身都是汗)气候干燥It dry.It wet today. (今天像要下雨)It rainy today. (今天像要下雨)暴风雨天气It stormy.There is going to be a storm today. (今天将有暴风雨)下雪了It snowing.It snowing. (下雪了)Yeah! Let go skiing. (太好了!我们去滑雪吧)天阴沉沉的It gloomy.It cloudy. (阴天)看样子我们会遇上雷阵雨It looks like we are going to have a thunder shower.台风快到了A typhoon is coming.Why are you taping your windows? (干吗往窗户上贴胶条?)A typhoon is coming. (台风快到了)A typhoon is on its way.起雾了It foggy.冷得像要结冰了It freezing.It very cold today. (今天非常寒冷)快要下暴风雨了Were going to have a blizzard.这天真舒It pleasant.It comtable. (这天真舒)It a nice day. (真是个好天)今天风和日丽It mild today. *mild 表示气候“温暖的,温和的”It a mild day.雾蒙蒙的It misty.今天阴天It overcast today.Let go sunbathing. (我们去做日光浴吧)But, it overcast today. (可是,今天阴天)It cloudy today.糟糕的天气It miserable.It a terrible day.It an awful day.我怕热Im sensitive to heat. *sensitive “容易感觉到的,敏感的”今天风和日丽It breezy today.It a breezy day.今天的天气让人不舒It uncomtable today.It unpleasant today.热死我了The heat is killing me.下了瓢泼大雨It raining cats and dogs! *用cat (猫)和dog ()来表示瓢泼大雨可以说cats and dogs,却不能反过来说成dogs and cats下霜了It frosty today.It a frosty day. 日常英语 英语口语。

正是这种孩子气的好奇给了热情的人们(不论年龄大小)一种青春的气息大提琴家帕布罗#86;卡萨尔斯在90岁时还坚持以拉巴赫开始他的每一天音乐从他的指间流出, 他弯着的背挺直起来, 欢乐再度溢满他的眼眸音乐对卡萨尔斯来说, 是使人生变成无止境的探索之旅的灵丹妙药就像作家兼诗人塞缪尔#86;厄尔曼曾写过的:“岁月使皮肤起了皱纹, 但如果失去热情, 便会使灵魂起皱纹” Enthusiasm takes you furtherYears ago, when I started looking my first job, wise advisers urged, "Barbara, be enthusiastic! Enthusiasm will take you further than any amount of experience." How right they were. Enthusiastic people can turn a boring drive into an adventure, extra work into opporty and strangers into friends. "Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm," wrote Ralph Waldo Emerson. It is the paste that helps you hang in there when the going gets tough. It is the inner voice that whispers, "I can do it!" when others shout, "No, you can't." It took years and years the early work of Barbara McClintock, a geneticist who won the 1983 Nobel Prize in medicine, to be generally accepted. Yet she didn't let up on her experiments. Work was such a deep pleasure her that she never thought of stopping. We are all born with wide-eyed, enthusiastic wonder as anyone knows who has ever seen an infant's delight at the jingle of keys o`r the scurrying of a beetle. It is this childlike wonder that gives enthusiastic people such a youthful air, whatever their age. At 90, cellist Pablo Casals would start his day by playing Bach. As the music flowed through his fingers, his stooped shoulders would straighten and joy would reappear in his eyes. Music, Casals, was an elixir that made life a never ending adventure. As author and poet Samuel Ullman once wrote, "Years wrinkle the skin, but to give up enthusiasm wrinkles the soul." How do you rediscover the enthusiasm of your childhood? The answer, I believe, lies in the word itself. "Enthusiasm" comes from the Greek and means "God within." And what is God within is but an abiding sense of love -- proper love of self (self-acceptance) and, from that, love of others. Enthusiastic people also love what they do, regardless of money o`r title o`r power. If we cannot do what we love as a full-time career, we can as a part-time avocation, like the head of state who paints, the nun who runs marathons, the executive who handcrafts furniture. Elizabeth Layton of Wellsville, Kan, was 68 bee she began to draw. This activity ended bouts of depression that had plagued her at least 30 years, and the quality of her work led one critic to say, "I am tempted to call Layton a genius." Elizabeth has rediscovered her enthusiasm. We can't afd to waste tears on "might-have-been." We need to turn the tears into sweat as we go after "what-can-be." We need to live each moment wholeheartedly, with all our senses -- finding pleasure in the fragrance of a back-yard garden, the crayoned picture of a six-year-old, the enchanting beauty of a rainbow. It is such enthusiastic love of life that puts a sparkle in our eyes, a lilt in our steps and smooth the wrinkles from our souls. 0190。

If we can recognize that change and uncertainty are basic principles, we can greet the future and the transmation we are undergoing with the understanding that we do not know enough to be pessimistic. 7979。

Evolution of sleep Sleep is very ancient. In the electroencephalographic sense we share it with all the primates and almost all the other mammals and birds it may extend back as far as the reptiles. There is some evidence that the two types of sleep, dreaming and dreamless, depend on the life-style of the animal, and that predators are statistically much more likely to dream than prey, which are in turn much more likely to experience dreamless sleep. In dream sleep, the animal is powerfully immobilized and remarkably unresponsive to external stimuli. Dreamless sleep is much shallower, and we have all witnessed cats or dogs cocking their ears to a sound when apparently fast asleep. The fact that deep dream sleep is rare among pray today seems clearly to be a product of natural selection, and it makes sense that today, when sleep is highly evolved, the stupid animals are less frequently immobilized by deep sleep than the smart ones. But why should they sleep deeply at all? Why should a state of such deep immobilization ever have evolved? Perhaps one useful hint about the original function of sleep is to be found in the fact that dolphins and whales and aquatic mammals in genera seem to sleep very little. There is, by and large, no place to hide in the ocean. Could it be that, rather than increasing an animal's vulnerability, the University of Florida and Ray Meddis of London University have suggested this to be the case. It is conceivable that animals who are too stupid to be quite on their own initiative are, during periods of high risk, immobilized by the implacable arm of sleep. The point seems particularly clear the young of predatory animals. This is an interesting notion and probably at least partly true。

它整天仰望着上帝,举起枝叶繁茂的手臂祈祷,它那茂密如发的枝叶里,夏天会筑起知更鸟的安乐窝TreesI think that I shall never see A poem lovely as a tree;A tree whose hungry mouth is prestAgainst the earth's sweet flowing breast;A tree that looks at God all day, And lifts her leafy arms to pray;A tree that may in Summer wear A nest of robins in her hair; Upon whose bosom snow has lain, Who intimately lives with rain.Poems are made by fools like me, But only God can make a tree. 186。

看起来,幸福同纯真的赤子之心有关系,幸福是一种能从最简单的事物里--譬如说,核桃--汲取快乐的能力Three Peach StonesObserve a child; any one will do. You will see that not a day passes in which he does not find something or other to make him happy, though he may be in tears the next moment. Then look at a man; any one of us will do. You will notice that weeks and months can pass in which day is greeted with nothing more than resignation, and endure with every polite indifference. Indeed, most men are as miserable as sinners, though they are too bored to sin-perhaps their sin is their indifference. But it is true that they so seldom smile that when they do we do not recognize their face, so distorted is it from the fixed mask we take granted. And even then a man can not smile like a child, a child smiles with his eyes, whereas a man smiles with his lips alone. It is not a smile; but a grin; something to do with humor, but little to do with happiness. And then, as anyone can see, there is a point (but who can define that point?) when a man becomes an old man, and then he will smile again. It would seem that happiness is something to do with simplicity, and that it is the ability to extract pleasure m the simplest things-such as a peach stone, instance. It is obvious that it is nothing to do with success. Sir Henry Stewart was certainly successful. It is twenty years ago since he came down to our village from London , and bought a couple of old cottages, which he had knocked into one. He used his house a s weekend refuge. He was a barrister. And the village followed his brilliant career with something almost amounting to paternal pride. I remember some ten years ago when he was made a King's Counsel, Amos and I, seeing him get off the London train, went to congratulate him. We grinned with pleasure; he merely looked as miserable as though he'd received a penal sentence. It was the same when he was knighted; he never smiled a bit, he didn't even bother to celebrate with a round of drinks at the "Blue Fox". He took his success as a child does his medicine. And not one of his achievements brought even a ghost of a smile to his tired eyes. I asked him one day, soon after he'd retired to potter about his garden,8 what is was like to achieve all one's ambitions. He looked down at his roses and went on watering them. Then he said "The only value in achieving one's ambition is that you then realize that they are not worth achieving." Quickly he moved the conversation on to a more practical level, and within a moment we were back to a safe discussion on the weather. That was two years ago. I recall this incident, yesterday, I was passing his house, and had drawn up my cart just outside his garden wall. I had pulled in from the road no other reason than to let a bus pass me. As I set there filling my pipe, I suddenly heard a shout of sheer joy come from the other side of the wall. I peered over. There stood Sir Henry doing nothing less than a tribal war dance of sheer unashamed ecstasy. Even when he observed my bewildered face staring over the wall he did not seem put out or embarrassed, but shouted me to climb over. "Come and see, Jan. Look! I have done it at last! I have done it at last!" There he was, holding a small box of earth in his had. I observed three tiny shoots out of it. "And there were only three!" he said, his eyes laughing to heaven. "Three what?" I asked. "Peach stones", he replied. "I've always wanted to make peach stones grow, even since I was a child, when I used to take them home after a party, or as a man after a banquet. And I used to plant them, and then got where I planted them. But now at last I have done it, and, what's more, I had only three stones, and there you are, one, two, three shoots," he counted. And Sir Henry ran off, calling his wife to come and see his achievement-his achievement of simplicity. 1870。

The problem with GUYSIf you treat them nicely,he says you are in love with him; If you don't,he says you are proud. If you dress nicely,he says you are trying to lure him; If you don't ,he says you are from Kampunc. If you argue with him,he says you are stubborn; If you keep silent,he says you have no brains. If you are smater than him,he will lose face; If he is smarter than you ,he is great,but you are fool. If you don't love him,he tries to possess you; If you love him,he will try to leave you. If you tell him your problem,he says you are troublesome; If don't ,he says that you don't trust him. 87。

孩子确实点亮了一个家,他们从未熄灭过一盏灯 Parenthood  If it was going to be easy, it never would have started with something called labor!Shouting to make your children obey is like using the horn to steer your car, and you get about the same results. To be in your children’s memories tomorrow, you have to be in their lives today. The smartest advice on raising children is to enjoy them while they are still on your side. The best way to keep kids at home is to give it a loving atmosphere - and hide the keys to the car. The right temperature in a home is maintained by warm hearts, not by hot heads. Parents People who bare infants, bore teenagers, and board newlyweds. The joy of motherhood What a woman experiences when all the children are finally in bed. Life’s golden age is when the kids are too old to need baby-sitters and too young to borrow the family car. Grandparents are similar to a piece of string - handy to have around and easily wrapped around the fingers of grandchildren. A child outgrows your lap, but never outgrows your heart. God gave you two ears and one mouth.... so you should listen twice as much as you talk. There are three ways to get something done Do it yourself, hire someone to do it, or bid your children to do it. Adolescence is the age when children try to bring up their parents. Cleaning your house while your kids are at home is like trying to shovel the driveway during a snowstorm. Oh, to be only half as wonderful as my child thought I was when he was small, and half as stupid as my teenager now thinks I am. There are only two things a child will share willingly communicable diseases and his mother’s age. Money isn’t everything, but it sure keeps the kids in touch. Adolescence is the age at which children stop asking questions because they know all the answers. A alarm clock is a device awakening people who don’t have small children. No wonder kids are confused today. Half the adults tell them to find themselves; the other half tell them to get lost. People hardest to convince that it’s time retirement are children at bedtime. Kids really brighten a household; they never turn off any lights. 873。

达芬奇忙于他的很多发明以至于不能完成他的画作;年仅3岁战死沙场的西德尼不只是个伟大的战士,还是个出色的学者和诗人这两个人都达到了文艺复兴的“通才”思想,他们精通一切It is perhaps, no accident that many of the outstanding figures of the past were exceptionally versatile men. Right up until comparatively recent times, it was possible an intelligent person to acquaint himself with almost every branch of knowledge. Thus man of genius like Leonardo da Vinci or Sir Philip Sidney, engaged in many careers at once as a matter of course. Da Vinci was so busy with his numerous inventions, that he barely found time to complete his paintings; Sidney, who died when he was only 3 years old, was not only a great soldier, but a brilliant scholar and poet as well. Both these men came very near to fulfilling the Renaissance ideal of the “universal man”, the man who was good at everything.Today, we rarely, if ever, hear that a musician has invented a new type of submarine. Knowledge has been divided and sub-divided into countless, narrow-defined parts. The specialists are respected; the versatile person, far from being admired, is more often regarded with suspicion. The modern world is a world of high-skilled experts who have had to devote the greater part of their lives to a very limited field of study in order to compete with their fellows.With this high degree of specialization, the frontiers of knowledge are steadily being pushed back more rapidly than ever bee. But this has not been achieved without considerable cost. The scientist, who outside his own particular subject is little more than a idiot, is a modern phenomenon; as is the man of letters who is barely aware of the tremendous strides that have been made in technology. Similarly, specialization has indirectly affected quite ordinary people in every walk of life. Many activities which were once pursued their own sakes, are often given up in despair; they require techniques, the experts tell us, which take a life-time to master. Why learn to play the piano, when you can listen to the world’s greatest pianists in your own drawing-room?  66。