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唱卡拉OK的日常英语 -- :5: 来源: 我们去唱卡拉OK吧 Let go to karaoke. *虽然卡拉OK在美国的大城市比较受欢迎,但是并不普遍美国人称卡拉OK为“Carry O.K.” Let go to karaoke! (我们去唱卡拉OK吧) Sorry, Im tone-deaf. (对不起,我五音不全) 什么是卡拉OK? What is karaoke? 就是合着录音带的音乐一起唱歌 Singing along with recorded music. 你唱歌拿手吗? Are you good at singing? 我想点首歌 Id like to request a song. 你先唱 You sing first. Go ahead. After you. 大家高兴地玩吧! Let enjoy ourselves. 约翰,你来唱一首吧 How about a song, John? 你打算唱什么歌? What are you going to sing? 来个二重唱吧 Let sing a duet. 现在轮到我了 Now it my turn. It finally my turn. (终于轮到我了) 我不敢在大家面前唱歌 I dont have the nerve to sing in front of people. *have the nerve to...“敢做……, 有做……胆量” I dont have the guts to sing in front of people. 我跟不上新歌的速度(我不会唱新歌) I cant keep up with the new songs. *keep up with...“跟上,不落后于……” I cant keep track of the new music. I cant learn the new songs fast enough. 我五音不全 Im tone-deaf. I have no ear music. My singing is out of tune. (我唱歌总跑调儿) 你唱卡拉OK有什么拿手的歌吗? What your karaoke specialty? What your best song? Which songs do you sing the best? 我从来没听说过那首歌 Ive never heard of that song. Do you know that song? (你知道那首歌吗?) No, Ive never heard of that song. (没有,我从来没听说过那首歌) 你唱得真好! Youre a good singer! You sing very well! Well done! (唱得好) Good job! (太棒了!) 日常英语 英语口语

幸福是一种习惯我学会了去养成这种习惯剧烈的胃痛与心痛都会阻碍幸福,但没有我的允许,它们绝对无法破坏幸福母亲不愿意看到家中有人闷闷不乐如果有人胃痛,母亲会给他吃药;如果是心痛,她会给予爱和理解,并做很多有趣的事让他忘记痛苦,重新展露笑颜即使心碎了,无法再修补,即使有人习惯在工作、爱与爱的回忆中寻找幸福,我也希望我永远不会将这一习惯丢弃拥有它,就仿佛点亮了生命的明灯Three O' Cat Is Still a Game by Lillian Bueno Mccue What do I believe? What laws do I live by? There are so many answers - work, beauty, truth, love - and I hope I do live by them. But in everyday things I live by the light of a supplementary set of laws. I'd better call them rules of thumb. Rules of thumb aren't very grand, but they do make the wheels go round. My father and mother sent me to good schools, but the finest thing they did my education was to have seven children. I was the oldest, and my brothers and sisters were my best teachers. I learned first to pull my own weight in the boat. Kids making a bob-sled have no use the loafer who wants a free ride. Neither has the world. I learned to make the bed I slept in, and wash the glass I used, and mend what I broke, and mop up where I spilled. And if I was too lazy or too dainty or too busy, and left it someone else, somebody else soon taught me different. Then, the same way, I learned that anger is a waste. It hurts nobody but me. A fit of the sullens got short shrift in our house. It wasn't pulling my weight in the boat. It was spoiling sport. And among seven children it got me nowhere. It might reduce four o'cat to three o'cat, but the game went on just the same, and where was I? Out of it. Better go in and join the group around the piano and get my grievance. Better still, next time don't fling down my bat in a tantrum; keep my temper, and stay in the game. Here's a rule thumb that's important, and the older I get, the more important I think it is. When I can do something, and somebody wants me to do it, I have to do it. The great tragedy of life is not to be needed. As long as you are able and willing to do things people, you will be needed. Of course you are able; and if so, you can't say no. My mother is seventy-seven. In seventy-seven years she has never said no. Today she is so much in demand by thirteen grandchildren and countless neighbors that her presence is eagerly contended . When I want to see her I have to pretend emergency. Then there's the rule of curiosity. Your body would die if you stopped feeling hunger and thirst, and your mind will die if you lose your curiosity. This I learned from my father. My father was a naturalist. He could see the beetle under the bark, and draw it th unharmed us to squint at through the magnifying glass. He sampled the taste of thirty-three different caterpillars. Fired by his example, once, my sister ate an ant. In case you are wondering, caterpillars taste like the green leaves they eat, and ants taste of lemon. I personally haven't tasted any entomological specimens lately, but I am still rejoicing in the limitless curiosity, the draws me to books and people and places. I hope I never lose it. It would be like pulling down the blind. Finally, there is the rule of happiness. Happiness is a habit. I was taught to cultivate it. A big stomach-ache, or a big heart-ache, can interrupt happiness, but neither can destroy it unless I permit. My mother simply wouldn't have unhappy faces moping about the place. If it was stomach-ache, she does it. If it was heart-ache, she administered love and understanding and lots of interesting things to do, and soon the sun came out again. Even the heartbreaks that can't really be mended, even those seem to yield to the habit of finding happiness in doing things, in love and in the memory of love. I hope I never lose that habit either. It would be like putting out the light. So I learned to live, by the great laws, and these little rules of thumb. I wouldn't take a million dollars any one of them, or a million times that the years at home that taught them to me. 97

地道美语表达-反应迟钝 -- :: 来源: 任何一门语言都是丰富多的,因为它来源于生活英文中的slow on the draw就是这样一个片语draw 在这里指“拔出(、刀等武器)的动作”历史上,在美国西部的手对决中,拔速度是影响胜负的关键因素, draw 便用来比喻“反应的灵敏度”, slow on the draw 的意思便是“反应迟钝缓慢”  如:   I don’t get the reason why I am slow on the draw sometimes.  (译文:我不知道为什么我有时会反应迟钝)  再聪明的人也有反应迟钝的时候,当人们have a cold 的时候更是如此If you say that someone is slow on the draw, you mean that he or she is not quick to understand something new. 相反,如果某人反应很快速,就用 be quick on the draw来表示   We shouldn’t ridicule him, who is a little slow on the draw.  (译文:我们不应该嘲笑他反应迟钝)  人反应迟钝的时候有时看起来真有点不可思议比如戴在手上的watch却让你到处找,有时明明戴着的眼镜到处都找遍了,甚至费劲九牛二虎之力也找不到对了,“到处都找遍了”在英文中有一个相应的表达:search high and low, 如:  I searched high and low that book, but I couldn‘t find it.  (译文:我到处找那本书,可就是找不到)  high and low 除了字面的“高低贵贱、盛衰、浮沉”等意思外,还有“到处”的意思从字面上看,片语search high and low的意思是“上下搜寻,查找”,引申意义为“为了寻找某物而到处都找遍了” To search high and low is to search something everywhere and in most cases the search is failed.  After I had searched high and low my glasses, my workmate told me that it was just wearing on my nose.  (译文:在我到处找我的眼镜之后,同事才告诉我它正在我手里)  结束语:有时在知识抢答比赛中,人们为了表明自己并不反应迟钝(not slow on the draw),主持人的提问刚一结束他们就急忙的寻找钮然而由于过度紧张,他们到处找遍了也没有找到钮 (search high and low),以致怠误了时机 地道

小笨霖英语笔记6集 -01-7 00::1 来源: 初到美国, 最害有人上前问路了. 有些地方明明自己知道, 可是用英文都会给人家报错. 有一次不知哪个倒霉鬼要去听音乐会, 结果给我指到体育场去了. 结果还是可怜的小笨霖跑步带杀声去把他的车给追回来. 本集的主要目的就是要教大家如何报路给人家. 大家可以试著先翻译看看: 走这条单行道, 在第一个红绿灯时左转, 那里就是 Hemphill Ave. 是一条双线道. 往下走, 你会在你的左边看到一个加油站, 继续走50 码, 直到看到一个三叉路口, 右转, 经过二个 stop sign. 你就会碰到 Wal Mart. 邮局就在 Wal Mart 的对面. 而杨先生的家呢? 邮局后面就是啦. 怎么样? 够生活化了吧 ^.^ 想必你一定会用的到.1. Take the one-way street. 走这条单行道.One-way street 就是单行道. 美国的单行道感觉上不比台湾少, 尤其在 Downtown 地区, 以亚特兰大和纽奥良为例, 其复杂的程度可以用进的去, 出不来来形容, 实在不是个愉快的开车经验. . You will stay on the street a while until you hit the first traffic light. 你会走一会儿, 直到你遇到第一个红绿灯.有一次我开车老美坐我旁边, 他帮我指路就是这么说的. Stay a while 通常指五到十分钟的时间, 不会太久. 遇见某样东西, 可以用 hit 这个字, 如 hit the traffic light, hit the stop sign 等等. 而 traffic light 也有人说成 light, 或 stop light. 3. Then take a left. 向左转.向左转可以说成 turn left, take a left 或是 Make a left. 有时光讲 take a left 不明确, 你可以加上路名, 明确地告诉人家要转哪一条路, 例如 Take a left into Hemphill Ave. 或是 Take a left onto Hemphill Ave. . It will be Hemphill Ave. It's two-lane traffic. 那就会是 Hemphill Ave, 它是一条双线道.指路的时候如果能够说出街道名称是最好, 所以通常我会把转到哪一条路的路名也指出来. 至于是几线道一般指路的时候则比较不会提及. 双线道是指来去各一个车道共二线道而言, 四线道就是 four-lane traffic. 像亚特兰大的 Interstate Highway 有些地方都是十二线道, 那就是 twelve-lane traffice 够惊人吧. 5. Come down Hemphill Ave about five blocks. 由 Hemphill 街往下走约五个 blocks.英文这个部份跟中文有异曲同工之妙喔. 我们会习惯地说, 往 "下" 走, 英文也会说 come "down" 或是 get "down", 这里如果只说 Come Hemphill Ave. 听来是不是怪怪的? 至于 block 指的是一块一块的建筑, 外国人在指路时很喜欢用 block 作为计量的单位. 6. You will see a BP gas station on your left. 在你的左手边你会看到一座 BP 加油站.指路的时候除了路名之外, 明显的地标也是 有帮助的. 通常你可以指出一些明显的建筑物或是加油站来帮助对方. 加油站的英文是 gas station, 有时会简称 station. 7. Keep going 50 yards bee you come to a k road. 继续走 50 码, 直到你走到一个三叉路口.继续往下走可以用 keep going 这个字, 或是 continue straight 或是 keep straight 也很常用. k road 就是我们说的三叉路口. 那如果是丁字路口要怎么说? 你可以说, This road will dead end into th Street. 就可以表达出丁字路口的意思了. 8. Make a right, pass two stop signs and you will run into a Wal Mart. 向右转, 经过二个 Stop sign, 你就会遇到 Wal Mart.有一次我去 Ohio, 由于事先的准备不够, 以致于从头迷路到最后. 有一次有一个老黑跟我报路用的就是 You'll run into it! 意思就是, 我会遇到的. 他们也喜欢这么说, You can't miss it! 就是说, 你绝不会错过的. 9. The post office is just right across the street of it. 邮局就在 Wal Mart 的正对面.个人觉的 Right across the street of it 是个很重要的片语, 加上 "right" across 表示出 "正" 对面的意思. 还有一个很常用的就是在什么什么的旁边, 这个要用 The office is next to it. It 代表之前已经提过的 Wal Mart, 如果之前没有提及, 这里也可以直接说成, across the street of Wal Mart. . Mr. Yang's house is behind the post office. 杨先生的房子就在邮局后面.有一次也是有一个老美路我问路, 由于那个地方不是很远, 我就用手指这那里说, It's over there. 可是事实上那里是被一栋建筑物给挡住了, 所以老美就反问我, Behind this building? 所以我就知道我应该说成 It's behind this building 会来得比较好些. 小笨霖 .3 笔记 英语 就是 可以

他最后一次送给我的这张贺卡如今仍保存在我的记事牌上它提醒我父亲是多么地不同寻常,以及这些年来对我是多么地重要,我知道我有这样一位父亲,他以慷慨的胸怀、朴素的理解和一生中向他的亲人表达祝福的能力,来保持着爱的传统My ever ValentineThe traditional holidays in our house when I was a child were spent timing elaborate meals around football games. My father tried to make pleasant chitchat and eat as much as he could during halftime. At Christmas he found time to have a cup or two of holiday cheer and do his holly-shaped bow tie. But he didn't truly shine until Valentine's Day.  I don't know whether it was because work at the office slowed during February or because the football season was over. But Valentine's Day was the time my father chose to show his love the special people in his life. Over the years I fondly thought of him as my " Valentine Man."My first recollection of the magic he could bring to Valentine's Day came when I was six. several days I had been cutting out valentines my classmates. Each of us was to decorate a " mailbox " and put it on our desk others to give us cards. That box and its contents ushered in a succession of bittersweet memories of my entrance into a world of popularity contests marked by the number of cards received, the teasing about boyfriendsgirlfriends and the tender care I gave to the card from the cutest boy in class.That morning at the breakfast table I found a card and a gift-wrapped package at my chair. The card was signed " Love, Dad" , and the gift was a ring with a small piece of red glass to represent my birthstone, a ruby. There is little difference between red glass and rubies to a child of six, and I remember wearing that ring with a pride that all the cards in the world could not surpass.As I grew older, the gifts gave way to heart-shaped boxes filled with my favorite chocolates and always included a special card signed " Love, Dad" .In those years my " thank-yous" became more of a perfunctory response.The cards seemed less important, and I took granted the valentine that would always be there. Long past the days of having a " mailbox" on my desk, I had placed my hopes and dreams in receiving cards and gifts from " significant others" , and " Love, Dad" just didn't seem quite enough.If my father knew then that he had been replaced, he never let it show. If he sensed any disappointment over valentines that didn't arrive me, he just tried that much harder to create a positive atmosphere, giving me an extra hug and doing what he could to make my day a little brighter.My mailbox eventually had a rural address, and the job of hand-delivering candy and cards was relegated to the U.S.Postal Service. Never in ten years was my father's package late--nor was it on the Valentine's Day eight years ago when I reached into the mailbox to find a card addressed to me in my mother's handwriting.It was the kind of card that comes in an inexpensive assortment box sold by a child going door-to-door to try to earn money a school project. It was the kind of card that you used to get from a grandmother or an aging aunt or, in this case, a dying father. It was the kind of card that put a lump in your throat and tears in your eyes because you knew the person no longer was able to go out and buy a real valentine. It was a card that signaled this would be the last you receive from him.The card had a photograph of tulips on the outside, and on the inside my mother had printed " Happy Valentine's Day" . Beneath it, scrawled in barely legible handwriting, was " Love, Dad" .His final card remains on my bulletin board today. It's a reminder of how special fathers can be and how important it had been to me over the years to know that I had a father who continued a tradition of love with a generosity of spirit, simple acts of understanding and an ability to express happiness over the people in his life.Those things never die, nor does the memory of a man who never stopped being my valentine. 019788

英语口语每天说上半小时0(36) -- ::00 来源: 36.Repetition 重述高速下载 1.Could you repeat that,please?.Could you say that again,please?3.I'm afraid I didn't quite hear what you said..Please say it again.5.Please say it once more.6.Would you repeat what you said,please?7.Sorry,what did you say?8.I'm sorry,would you mind repeating that,please?9.I was just asking when you're leaving..What I'm trying to say is,I love you.Dialogue OneA:I went to the doctor yesterday.B:I beg your pardon?A:I said I had been to the doctor the day bee.B:What did he say?A:He said I 'd got the flu.B:Oh dear!What did he tell you to do?A:He told me to stay in bed ten days.B:Ten days?Would you please repeat it again?A:Yes,ten days.Dialogue TwoA:What dressing would you like on the salad?B:French dressing,please.A:I beg your pardon?B:Oh, French dressing.A:Sorry,it's not available now.Anything else?B:We still prefer French dressing.A:Will you say it again?B:Who's your manager?Tell me!Would you?Dialogue ThreeA:Could you tell me what university you want to go to,John?B:Pardon?A:What university would you enter?B:University?Why?You asked me last year.A:Oh,I get.Sorry.B:I went to Harvard University.A:Did you?And what course did you take there?B:God save me!Is there anything wrong with you?Didn't I tell you?A:I've not known.Perhaps,I've got a bad memory.B:I did a B.A. in economics.Remember?A:Terrific!B.A.,again and again-B.A.Dialogue FourA:I like pop music very much.B:What?A:I said I like pop music very much.It's so lovely.B:Is it?Dialogue FiveA:Er...Alison?B:Ohm,hello,Marcia.I was...A:I just wanted to congratulate you!I mean ,it was a good race and you deserve to win.B:Well....thanks ,Marcia.It's very nice of you to say so.I mean....A:It was that final sprint!You were great!Really!B:Do you really think so?I mean,was I?Er.....you....must be disappointed.Dialogue SixA:Have you bought a lot of new clothes your vacation?BNo,I haven't.I've decided I 'm going to travel very light this time.A:What does "travel light"mean?B:Oh!It means that I'm going to take only a few clothes,so I didn't have to carry a heavy suitcase.健忘的餐厅务员At a restaurant,my husband and I had a waitress who was just now on the job.Four munutes after taking out order,she returned to say "sorry,will you tell me again?"And then she came back with nothing.We made another selection,but my husband's choice was sold out after she came back again.We ordered a third time.Ten minutes later she appeared ,looking nervous."I fotgot to put your order in." She frankly admitted.So we had no way just to wait fot a th time.We couldn't imagine how many times we could enjoy our meal. 小时 上半 每天 英语口语


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