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TSE全真语音 04 /200707/15381SCENE② B 一阵尴尬的沉默之后 【你喜欢电脑吗?】Herbert: Do you like computers?赫伯特: 你喜欢电脑吗? Rose: I have one, but I don't know much about them.柔丝: 我有一台电脑,但对电脑不太在行。 Herbert: I see. What about baseball?赫伯特: 喔,这样。那棒球呢? Rose: No. 1) I'm not into sports.柔丝: 不喜欢。我不太热衷运动。 Herbert: So... are you seeing someone?赫伯特: 那……你有在跟人交往吗? Rose: Well, that's a 2) personal question.柔丝: 嗯,那是私人的问题。 Herbert: Sorry. I didn't mean to be 3) nosy. It's just that...赫伯特: 对不起,我并不想探人隐私。只是…… 语言详解 A: Why don't you two hang out anymore? 你们俩怎么没再去约会了? B: It's too awkward to be alone with her. 跟她独处太尴尬了。 【That's a personal question. 那是私人的问题】 有些人明明跟你不熟,却喜欢问东问西,连不该问的感情、薪资、体重、三围、家庭状况、对某人的好恶、政治倾向……都想探听。下次当你遇到这种不识相的人,而他又问了你不愿回答的问题时,就可以回他这一句。 A: How much do you weigh? 你的体重是多少?B: That's kind of a personal question. 这是私人问题。 【I didn't mean to be... 我并非故意……】 当你说了或做了某件事,而别人因为误会而被伤害,就可以说这句话,使用时机和前面的I don't mean anything bad.相同。 A: It's a good thing you're not a singer or you'd make no money! 好在你不是歌星,不然你一定赚不到钱。B: What? 什么?A: I didn't mean to be rude. I was just kidding. 我并不是故意那么没礼貌。我只是开玩笑。 1) I'm not into...我不热衷于……2) personal (a.) 私人的3) nosy (a.) 爱追问的,爱管闲事的 /200708/16638网络社交英语口语 8:我最近有点忙Don: Hey, Herb! 1) What's up?唐: 嗨!赫伯特,最近如何? Herbert: I've been busy lately.赫伯特: 我最近有点忙。 Don: Doing what?唐: 忙什么? Herbert: I've been spending a lot of time 2) on-line.赫伯特: 我花很多时间在网络上。 Don: On-line?唐: 网络上? Herbert: On the 3) Internet, talking to people in chat rooms.赫伯特: 就是网络上,我在网络聊天室里跟人交谈。 Don: Is that helping you with your 4) shyness?唐: 这样你就不会害羞了吗? Herbert: Yeah! It's easier than talking 5) face-to-face.赫伯特: 是啊!这比面对面说话容易多了。 语言详解 A: The Internet era is upon us. 网络时代已经来临。 B: I guess I have to buy a computer then. 我想我得去买台电脑了。 【What's up?怎么了?/什么事?】 what's up?是常见的用法,表示“什么事?/在做什么?”的意思。例如你一见到朋友就笑起来,朋友就会问你What's up?“怎么了?” A: Wait! Amy! Don't go! 等等!爱米!别走啊B: What's up? What is it? 怎么了?怎么回事? 1) what's up? 最近如何?2) on-line 连线3) Internet (n.) 网络,互联网4) shyness (n.) 害羞5) face-to-face 面对面 /200708/16598Strangers陌生人[以下一节的对话选自三部现代电影,对话发生在陌生人之间,有问候,有请求,也有初相识时的客套和含蓄,更有对陌生人的毫不客气。其中的一些表达和句子或幽默或智慧,实在是难得一见。]NO.1Colonel Meeting Young Girl 上校初识女孩选自电影:Scent of a Woman《女人香》 上校和查理在餐厅,上校虽然双目失明,但却敏锐地闻到一股女人的香气,循香来到一名叫多娜的女孩的桌子旁……单词通缉令1. senorita (西班牙语)2. neglect vt.忽视;疏忽3. womanizer n.玩女人者4. bother vt.烦扰5. detect vt.察觉;发觉6. fragrance n.芬芳;香味7. Ogilvie Sister Soul 一种女用香皂的品牌8. bar n.一块香皂9. crisis n.危机;紧要关头10. hold up 坚持11. tango vi.跳探戈舞12. hysterical a.歇斯底里的;异常兴奋的13. charge n.费用14. tangle up 缠结;被纠缠Lieutenant Colonel Frank Slade: Excuse me, 1)senorita. You mind if we join you? I’m feeling you’re being 2)neglected. Donna: Well, I’m expecting somebody.Slade: Instantly?Donna: No, but any minute now.Slade: Any minute? Some people live a lifetime in a minute. What are you doing right now?Donna: I’m waiting for him.Slade: Well, would you mind if we waited with you? You know just to keep the 3)womanizers from 4)bothering you.Donna: No, I don’t mind.Slade: Thank you. You know I 5)detect a 6)fragrance in the air. Don’t tell me what it is, 7)Ogilvie Sister Soul. Donna: Wow, that’s amazing.Slade: Well, I’m in the amazing business.Donna: It is Ogilvie Sister Soul. My grandmother gave me three 8)bars for Christmas.Slade: Oh, I’m crazy about your grandmother. You know I think she would like Charlie too.Charlie Simms: Don’t pay any attention to him.Slade: What’s your name?Donna: Donna.Slade: Donna, I’m Frank. This here is…Donna: Charlie.Slade: Yes. She likes you. Charlie is having a difficult weekend. He’s going through a 9)crisis. How does he look like he’s 10)holding up? Donna: He looks fine to me.Slade: Oh, she does like you, Charlie.Slade: So Donna, ahh, you 11)tango?Donna: No, I wanted to learn once but…Slade: But…?Donna: But Michael didn’t want to.Slade: Michael, the one you’re waiting for.Donna: Michael thinks the tango’s 12)hysterical.Slade: Well, I think Michael’s hysterical.Charlie: Don’t pay any attention to him. Did I aly say that?Slade: You have a beautiful laugh.Donna: Thank you, Frank.Slade: Would you like to learn to tango, Donna?Donna: Right now?Slade: I’m offering you my services free of 13)charge. What do you say?Donna: Uhh, I think I’d be a little afraid.Slade: Of what?Donna: Afraid of making a mistake.Slade: No mistakes in the tango, Donna, not like life, simple. That makes the tango so great. If you make a mistake you get all 14)tangled up, just tango on. Why don’t you try? You try it?Donna: Alright, I’ll give it a try.弗兰克#8226;斯莱德上校:对不起,,介意我们和你坐一桌吗?我有种感觉,你被人忽略了。多娜:噢,我在等人。斯莱德:马上就来?多娜:不,但随时会来。斯莱德:随时?有些人在一分钟之内度过一生。你现在在做什么?多娜:我在等他。斯莱德:噢,我们和你一起等,你介意吗?你知道这是为了让你不受好色之徒的骚扰。多娜:我不介意。斯莱德:谢谢。你知道我闻到了空气中有股香味。别告诉我是什么香味,奥吉维女儿魂。多娜:哇,好神奇。斯莱德:我从事的正是神奇的职业。多娜:就是奥吉维女儿魂香皂。我奶奶给了我三块作圣诞礼物。斯莱德:噢,我真佩你奶奶。你知道我想她一定也会喜欢查理的。查理#8226;希姆斯:别听他乱说。斯莱德:你叫什么名字?多娜:多娜。斯莱德:多娜,我叫弗兰克,这是#8226;#8226;#8226;#8226;#8226;#8226;多娜:查理。斯莱德:是的。她喜欢你。查理即将度过一个艰难的周末。他正处于危机之中。他气色怎么样,好像没什么影响?多娜:我觉得他挺好的。斯莱德:噢,查理,她确实喜欢你。斯莱德:那么多娜,啊,你跳探戈吗?多娜:不会,有一次想学,但#8226;#8226;#8226;#8226;#8226;#8226;斯莱德:但什么?多娜:但麦克不让。斯莱德:麦克,就是你等的那个人。多娜:麦克认为探戈舞很歇斯底里。斯莱德:我认为麦克歇斯底里。查理:别理他的话。我好像说过了?斯莱德:你的笑真美。多娜:谢谢。斯莱德:多娜,想学着跳跳探戈吗?多娜:现在?斯莱德:我免费为你提供务,你觉得如何?多娜:呃,我想我会有些怕。斯莱德:怕什么?多娜:怕出错。斯莱德:多娜,跳探戈不会出错,不像生活,很简单。这就是探戈的伟大之处。如果你错了一次,搞得乱七八糟,只管跳下去。为什么不试一试?试一试?多娜:好的,我试试。句子模仿秀精的概括,精辟简练的语言,把一种人生、一种思想用简单的几个字就表达了。值得你永远牢记的警句。学习指导跟读背诵,最佳背诵时间为3秒钟。句子模仿秀这是种讨好别人的话,幽默明了,让人很难拒绝。学习指导跟读背诵,最佳背诵时间为3秒钟。句子模仿秀这一句里最妙的是tangle 和 tango这两个词的运用,不仅表达了意思,而且在声韵上朗朗上口,特别帅气。好句!学习指导熟悉句意,跟读背诵,最佳背诵时间为3秒钟。 /200603/5371

4_03 In-flight Service Could I have a blanket? 可不可给我一条毯子? Could I have an apple juice? 能不能给我一杯苹果汁? Could I have a cup of hot water?能不能给我一杯热开水? I’m not in a hurry. 我不急. It’s not an emergency. 这不是紧急情况. I can wait. 我可以等. When do we eat? 我们什么时候吃饭? When do we arrive? 我们什么时候到达? How long till we get there? 我们还要多久才会到? /200706/14148

零距离美语会话共分为七个单元,精选了七个热门话题,文化风俗差异,信仰,家庭,活动,职业,住房及社会问题,包含了五种不同的场景对话:师生间的谈话,朋友间的哈拉语,夫妻间的私语,子女间的闲聊,同事间的对话,全市最生活化的内容和美国人平常说的地道美语,耳目一新的美国思维方式,最新潮的美语对话,刚到美国的中国人心里纳闷的问题,都在这里体现的... /200603/5406

I see it in the Dreamer who stays up late at night to finish her science project, and the teacher who comes in early maybe it was some extra supplies that she bought, because she knows that that young girl might someday cure a disease.有一个女孩有着自己的科学梦想,为完成科学项目彻夜不休,老师很早进教室,也许还买了额外的早餐,因为她知道那个年轻的女孩有一天能治好一种疾病。I see it in the American who served his time, and dreams of starting over and I see it in the business owner who gives him that second chance.有一位美国人完刑期,想要重新开始,而有位老板给了他第二次开始人生的机会;The protester determined to prove that justice matters, and the young cop walking the beat, treating everybody with respect, doing the brave, quiet work of keeping us safe.抗议者希望彰显社会公平正义;年轻的警官在街上巡查,尊重他人,兢兢业业,默默守护我们的安全。I see it in the soldier who gives almost everything to save his brothers,...the nurse who tends to him til he can run a marathon, and the community that lines up to cheer him on.有个士兵为救自己同胞不惜一切,身受重伤;有位护士悉心照料他,直至他痊愈参加马拉松;而所在社区的人纷纷为他加油。Its the son who finds the courage to come out as who he is, and the father whose love for that son overrides everything hes been taught.有这么个孩子勇敢地做自己,敢于出柜,而深爱他的父亲也会放弃自己的旧观念继续爱他。I see it in the elderly woman who will wait in line to cast her vote as long as she has to; the new citizen who casts his vote for the first time; the volunteers at the polls who believe every vote should count, because each of them in different ways know how much that precious right is worth.有一位老妇人,只要自己还有选举权,她都会亲自排队去投上一票;有位美国新公民第一次高兴地投上自己的选票;选举站的志愿者深信每一票都很重要,因为他们都懂得这投票权的分量有多重。Thats the America I know. Thats the country we love. Clear-eyed. Big-hearted. Undaunted by challenge.这就是我所认识的美国。这就是我们热爱着的国家。人们明辨是非,慷慨善良。不屈于挑战。Optimistic that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word.并且乐观地相信,不靠武器发声的真理和无条件的爱必将主导这个世界。Thats what makes me so hopeful about our future. I believe in change, because I believe in you. The American people.因此我才如此坚信美国的未来。我相信改变,我相信你们。美国人民。And thats why I stand here as confident as I ever been that the State of our Union is strong.因为美国的强大,我才能如此自信地站在这里。Thank you, God bless you, and God bless the ed States of America.谢谢,上帝保佑你们,上帝保佑美利坚合众国。201603/432359

Now this became my new secret identity, and the first thing I did as a slayer was call my twin sister现在这个游戏变成了我的新的秘密身份。当时我当杀手的第一件事是打电话给我的孪生,I have an identical twin sister named Kelly — and tell her,我的双胞胎叫Kelly--告诉她,;Im playing a game to heal my brain, and I want you to play with me.;我现我要通过打游戏来促使大脑恢复,我想和你一起打。This was an easier way to ask for help.这是一个最简单的方法去要求帮忙。She became my first ally in the game, my husband Kiyash joined next,她成为了我在游戏里的一个盟友。我的老公Kiyash后来也加入了我们,and together we identified and battled the bad guys.我们一起识别坏家伙并和他们决斗。Now this was anything that could trigger my symptoms and therefore slow down the healing process,这样做好像是会导致我的病症发作的、痊愈的进展也会变慢,things like bright lights and crowded spaces.有些东西像是强光和狭小的空间。We also collected and activated power-ups.我们也收集和激活能量。This was anything I could do on even my worst day to feel just a little bit good, just a little bit productive.这些都是在我最糟糕的日子里我所能做到的,能让我感觉一点点好起来,有一点小小的成绩。Things like cuddling my dog for 10 minutes, or getting out of bed and walking around the block just once.比如,抱我的10分钟,从床上爬起来,绕着一个街区走一圈。Now the game was that simple: Adopt a secret identity,现在看来那个游戏真的很简单:选择一个神秘的身份,recruit your allies, battle the bad guys, activate the power-ups.招募你的盟友,和坏家伙斗争,并激活能量。But even with a game so simple, within just a couple days of starting to play,即使就是这么一个简单的游戏,就在我开始玩游戏后的一两天内,that fog of depression and anxiety went away. It just vanished.忧郁和烦躁的迷雾不见了。它消失得无影无踪。It felt like a miracle. Now it wasnt a miracle cure for the headaches or the cognitive symptoms.感觉就像奇迹发生了。现在看起来这并不是一个对于头痛或是认知病症的奇迹疗法。That lasted for more than a year, and it was the hardest year of my life by far.就这样持续了一年多,那时是我这辈子最艰难的一年。But even when I still had the symptoms, even while I was still in pain, I stopped suffering.但是即使我觉得不舒,即使疼痛还在,我却没有那么痛苦了。Now what happened next with the game surprised me.游戏之后的收获使我很惊讶。I put up some blog posts and s online, explaining how to play.我写了怎么玩游戏的客并上传了游戏到网上。But not everybody has a concussion, obviously, not everyone wants to be ;the slayer,; so I renamed the game SuperBetter.显然,并不是每个人都曾有过脑震荡,也不是每个人都想变成“杀手”,现在我从新命名了游戏,叫SuperBetter。201706/513589

Four How much did this painting cost?这幅画多少钱? 1 IntroductionA Many Americans love adventures. They are often interested in exploring other cultures when they have a chance to. When they return from their vacations, they usually bring back souvenirs from their travels. 许多美国人热爱冒险。一旦有机会,他们就经常喜欢探索异国文化。当他们渡假归来,他们通常带回一些旅游纪念品。B Americans are often very affectionate people when it comes to family and close friends. They often exchange hugs and kisses with those who are very close to them. 一谈到家庭、亲密的朋友,美国人一般都充满了深情。他们经常与那些亲密的人互相拥抱、亲吻。C Another aspect of American culture is the tendency to say “I love you” to those they are particularly close to. Men usually don’t say that to another man. 美国文化的另一个方面是他们喜欢说“我爱你”,尤其是对那些与他们特别亲密的人。男人通常不对另一个男人说这句话。 D Very rarely would one American ask another what their income is. Such things are considered private. So, it is not unusual that a family member would not know how much money another one earns. 很少时候一个美国人会向另外一个人问起他们的收入。这样的事被认为是私事。所以一个家庭成员不知道另外一个家庭成员的收入是多少是很平常的。 2 Sample Sentences 1. I hope things turn out for the best.我想事情会圆满解决的。2. He likes his independence and does not want to be a burden. 他喜欢独立,不想成为一个负担。3. I’m looking for someone I can go on vacation with. 我在找一个能和我一起去度假的人。4. At the harbor festivals, you get to taste that group's foods, hear their music, and buy traditional things from their country.在港口节日上,你可以品尝到那个民族的食物,听到他们的音乐,并买到来自他们国家的传统物品。5. If he wants to live by himself, why don't you see if you can arrange for a nurse to visit him every week? 如果他想独自生活,你们为什么不看看是否能安排一个保姆每周去探望他呢?6. Within five years, I hope I’ll have seen more of the world.在五年内,我希望我将会目睹世界上更多的地方。7. I should have thought more about my finances before I took such an expensive trip.在我开始这次豪华旅行之前,我早就应该多考虑到了我的经济状况。8. It usually doesn’t embarrass me very much when someone criticizes me in front of other people. 别人当着其他人的面批评我时,通常我不觉得很尴尬。9. I really enjoyed the adventures I had in China these five years. 我真的好好享受了这五年来在中国激动人心的经历。10. Something I’d feel comfortable about is living alone. 一件让我感到舒适的事是:一个人住。 3 Conversations1. An innocent hug. At a party. Hans: Diana is such a warm, friendly person. I always love seeing her.Werner: Me, too. She smiles so easily, and I like the way she hugs people when she greets them. Elsa: Well, I don't. Back in my village, a girl doesn't hug a boy unless she's seriously dating him. Hans: Are you jealous1 because she's so popular? Perhaps you don’t understand her culture. Elsa: I'm friendly, and lots of people like me. I listen to my friends, and I care about them. I just don't want boys to get the wrong idea.Werner: How can you get a wrong idea about something as innocent2 as a hug? It's a friendly way to greet people. I like it. You should try it.Elsa: Well, I don't think it's right. ——戴娜是个热情友善的人,我总是很喜欢见到她。——我也有同感。她喜欢微笑,我喜欢她问候别人时拥抱别人的方式。——噢,我就不喜欢。要是在我的村里,女孩子是不会拥抱男孩子的,除非这个女孩子真在和他谈朋友。——她如此受欢迎,你是不是吃醋? 也许你不懂她们那儿的文化。——我很友善的;很多人喜欢我。我倾听朋友诉说,我关心朋友。我只是不想男孩子会错了意。——仅仅是单纯地拥抱怎么会让你错意呢?这是一种友好地问候别人的方式。我很喜欢。你应该尝试一下!——噢,我认为这样子不好。2. How much do you make?A Chinese businessman is visiting a government trade official in Washington, D.C., the nation's capital.Wong: Thank you for showing me your offices, Mr. Becker. I can see why Washington bureaucrats3 enjoy their jobs. Becker: Why do you say that?Wong: The city is beautiful, the off ..., the offices are modern and comfortable, and the work is so interesting.Becker: Many people work for the federal4 government their entire adult lives. Government service can be a rewarding and secure career. Wong: Do you mean financially rewarding? Becker: Well, many positions pay salaries that are comparable to5 those in private industries. Wong: I've always thought that most bureaucrats are lazy. Becker: Sometimes that's true, but not usually. Most feds are honest, hard-working professionals. It’s hard to keep highly trained people, so the pay and working conditions have to be attractive. Wong: How much do you make?Becker: I'm a GS-15. That's high on the scale of workers, but even a GS-1 is paid a living wage. Helpful Information:Often, government workers are paid according to a salary scale. Their salaries increase with years of service, education, or promotion. A new employee might be a “G-1”, and an older employee might be a “G-13”. 政府员工拿薪水往往是根据一个工资表。他们的薪水随着工作的年数、受教育程度和晋级而增加。一个新员工可能是“G-1”级,而一个老员工可能就是“G-13”级。——贝克先生,谢谢你带我参观你们的办公室。我能看出为什么华盛顿政府人员会喜欢他们的工作。——你为什么这么说呢?——城市很漂亮,办……,办公室既现代化又舒适,而且工作又是这么有趣。——许多人的成年生活都在联邦政府度过。政府部门的工作可以很有回报,很有保障。——你是说经济回报吗?——很多工作付的薪水和那些在私人企业工作的能媲美。——我一直以为多数政府人员很懒惰。——有时候是真的,但不是通常这样。大部分联邦官员都很专业,诚实又努力工作。很难留住这些受过高水平培训的人,所以工资和工作环境必须要具有吸引力。——你赚多少钱?——我是GS-15。在员工当中,算是高的,但是连GS – 1 的人,起码的生活薪水还是有的。3. Compliments.Cindy, a Chinese girl, is visiting an American woman’s apartment with other two foreigners. Bruce: Hey, look at these paintings on the wall! Aren’t they beautiful? Linda bought some good paintings. Gilbert: Yeah, very impressive6. Oh, this one’s marvelous!Cindy: Sure, they’re very colorful.Linda: Thank you. You are very generous with your compliments7. Bruce: You know the first thing most Chinese students would ask is “how much did this painting cost?”Gilbert: Right. I’ve noticed that too. They always ask that question before they say anything else. Cindy: That’s true. Most Chinese do that. I don’t know why. It’s just a habit. I’ve noticed that foreigners often make compliments soon after they see a product someone has bought - even if they don’t really mean it. Bruce: Yeah, we’re just different. We can’t figure out why many Chinese people don’t give big hugs to their own parents after they grow up. Cindy: No, we don’t do that. At least very few people I know do that. Gilbert: And as far as I know, it’s not common for a Chinese to say, “I love you” to anyone including his or her soul mate8. Linda: Cindy, please don’t misunderstand. We’re not saying that one way is better than another. They’re just different, that’s all.Cindy: I know. Americans say those three words a lot, especially in movies. I wonder if they really mean it.Gilbert: We do, most of the time. Sometimes we tell our loved ones that we’re proud of them too. Words are important.——喂,看墙上这些画!它们难道不漂亮吗?琳达买的油画真不错。——是啊,很令人钦佩。噢,这幅画很了不起哦!——当然,它们很鲜艳。——谢谢你们。你们真乐于夸奖别人。——你知道大部分中国学生第一件会问的事便是“这画多少钱?”——是啊。我也注意到了。在他们说其它话之前,他们老喜欢问那个问题。——的确是这样。许多中国人都这样做。我不知道为什么。只是个习惯。我注意到了外国人看见别人买的东西常常会马上称赞一番——即使他们并不真正发自内心。——是啊,我们就是不一样。我们不明白为什么许多中国人成年以后就不再拥抱他们自己的父母亲。——不,我们不这么做。至少我认识的人中很少人会这样。——而且据我所知,对于一个中国人来说,说声“我爱你”是很不常见的,即使对他们的心上人。——辛迪,你不要误会。我们不是在说哪一个比另一个好。它们只是不同,就这样。——我知道。美国人说这三个字说得特别多,尤其在电影里。我想知道他们是否是说真的。——大部分时间,我们是说真的。有时候我们也告诉我们爱着的人我们很为他们自豪。言语是重要的。 4 Words and Expressions1. jealous 妒忌的, 吃醋的2. innocent 无罪的,清白的 3. bureaucrat 官僚;官僚主义者4. federal 美国联邦政府的,国家的5. comparable to 比得上的6. impressive 予人深刻印象的;感人的7. compliment 赞美的话;恭维;敬意8. soul mate 性情相投的人,情人 /200603/5410

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