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怀疑“doubt”的英语怎么说 -- :3:19 来源: Really? *“真的吗?”询问对方的语气,也常说Oh, really?He 38. (他38岁)Really? (真的?)Are you sure? *“敢肯定吗?”,想要确认的心情,要比上句稍强你是认真的吗?Are you serious?I want to break up with you. (我想和你分手)Are you serious? (你是认真的吗?)*有些怀疑对方的语感语口语8000句--开玩笑呢吧?Are you joking?I quit my job. (我把工作辞了)Are you joking? (开玩笑呢吧?)Do you mean it? (是真的吗?)Are you kidding? (是说着玩吧?) *kid 常来表示“耍弄,开玩笑”语口语8000句----我怀疑I doubt it. *表示对别人的话抱有怀疑的心情Do you think youll get a raise? (你觉得你能涨工资吗?)I doubt it. (我怀疑)It doubtful!I dont think so. (我不这样认为)I wouldnt bet on it.It chancy. *俚语It iffy. *非常随便的说法听起来可疑It sounds fishy to me. *fishy 除了表示“鱼的,像鱼的”之外,它还有“靠不住的,可疑的”意思What do you think? (你怎么想?)It sounds fishy to me. (听起来很可疑)It sounds suspicious to me.It sounds funny to me.Something fishy.I smell a rat. *smell a rat 为短语,表示“感到有可疑之处”、“事情很可疑”的意思语口语8000句-----我不信他的话I wont buy that story. *此处的buy表示“相信(believe),当真”,而不表示“买”,口语中常用He said she is his sister. (他说她是他的)I wont buy that story. (我不信他的话)I wont buy that story. (我不会信他的话的)But, it true. (可那是真的呀)I dont buy it.I wont believe that story.语口语8000句---你认为她是当真的吗?Do you think she serious?She told me she likes you. (她告诉我她喜欢你)Do you think she serious? (你想她是认真的吗?)语口语8000句-----我不把他的话太当真I dont take him too seriously.I dont pay much attention to what he says. *pay attention to...“对……严加注意”、“对……留意”I dont take him very seriously.语口语8000句----我不相信他I dont believe him.I dont believe him. (我不相信他)What makes you say that? (你为什么这么说呢?)I dont trust him.I dont think he is telling the truth. (我认为他没说真话)I think he is lying. (我认为他在说谎)语口语8000句----有这么好的事!It too good to be true. *直译是“说得太好了”,表示事情或情况好得过分I won two tickets to Hawaii! (我赢了两张去夏威夷的票)It too good to be true. (有这么好的事!)It so unbelievably good that there has to be something wrong. (哪有这么便宜的事!)Nothing this good ever happens, it must be a mistake. (不会有这么好的事,一定是搞错了)It cant be! It too good to believe! (怎么可能!好得让人难以置信) 日常英语 英语口语实用口语:“残疾人”用英语怎么说才算礼貌? -- :5:30 来源: 首先要说的是“crippled”这个词对应中文的“残废”,相信如果你的朋友腿受伤了,一瘸一瘸地走进来,听到你用“残废”来形容他,估计当时会暴跳起来残而不废的例子很多,这里不一一列举,前几年,最让人感慨和震撼的,便是千手观音的舞蹈,特别佩她们,失明的人即使看不到世界是什么样子,但可以通过其他方式来感知,而失聪的聋哑人,只能通过看着老师的手势来排练舞蹈,用心里的意念控制步伐节奏,经过成千上万次的训练,才能达到统一,最关键的是她们根本无法明了音乐是什么,或者对音乐的美妙只存留在那存封的记忆里,而她们在舞台上,还要表现出那样的沉醉,在表演完如此完美的舞蹈时,主持人告诉大家,她们是聋哑人,全场顿时爆发出持续几分钟的雷鸣掌声相信没有人会用残废这两个字眼来形容任何一位像她们这样的人从小学到大的一个词就是“disabled”,当然,它也不完全表达“无能的人”,但总给人感觉不爽,和中文对应起来就是“残疾”从医学角度上讲,残也许是疾病,但是从美学的角度讲,则不一定让人感到病态的感觉最著名的自然是维纳斯,安上两只手虽然不残了,也可以一手拿个手机,一手拿个MP,嘴里还用英文说“hell moto”或者“I chocolate you?”,事实上破坏了它原有的美感让我真正感受到残缺之美的真实例子当然是两个残疾人,一人少了一只腿,一人少了一只手,当她们用唯美的舞蹈演绎自己的人生和梦想时,那种震撼和感动也许是任何一个健全人都无法给予我们的下面一个自然是高级一点的词汇,叫做handicapped,这个词对应的中文可以是“残障”,似乎这个“障”已经把委婉程度提到了一定高度,但是这个“残”字总会让人感到不舒“残”左边是个“歹”,表示不好,右边是“贱人”的“贱”的一半,自然充满了贬义,而且残本身表示缺少,但有的时候,我们对那些多出一个手指或者脚趾的人,我们也说“残疾”,蛮怪异的西方书面比较主流的说法自然是“physically challenged”,这个词语的独到之处这里就不用详述了,只不过在翻译的时候不能直译成“他在挑战身体极限”,而要说“腿脚不灵便”当然,这让我想起一个经历,我的一位好朋友——个老外从宾馆推着自己的太太出来,看到她坐在轮椅上,我自然不会傻到去问“what's wrong with her?”老外沉默片刻,便介绍说“Amy, this is my angel, but without wings”一下子让我感受到了他对太太无比的爱,因为天使没有翅膀,绝对不影响她的任何美,何况天使的翅膀也是我们人为想象,帮他们设计出来往返天界人界的交通工具其实大家都知道有翅膀的不一定是天使,还可能是鸟人,如同头上有光环的也不一定是天使,还有可能是浪味仙所以这样的句子应该已经到了极致,毕竟我们不能说this is my angel, but without legs. 怎么 礼貌 英语 口语

口语小词学到位:避免不必要的麻烦(8) -01-7 :: 来源: J71: 电话公司在美国电话公司有两种,一种是当地电话公司,另一则是长途电话公司.由于电话公司是民营,竞争力就很大,所以这些长途电话公司常会打电话到个户拉人加入.有时电话公司会提供一些优惠,像我本身就收过ATT(美国最大长途电话公司)五次"一百元"的票,但我从来都没动心过,因为有句名言说的好:"天下没有白吃的早餐,午餐,晚餐加消夜",我一直铭记在心.一次,很不幸地我又接到长途电话公司的电话,通常我接到这种电话,不是说"Sorry, I am not interested in"就是" Sorry,I am not available".没想到对方第一句劈头就问:"你父母在家吗?",我就跟对方说"不在".(我可没说谎喔~,因为我父母真的不在"家",他们在"台湾."接着对方又问:"他们何时回来?",我说:"不知道!"(我没骗人喔~,因为我真的不知道他们何时会"回来"我住的地方--Boston).就这样我又躲过了一通恼人的电话.基本上我个人不建议用这招,因为过没多久,对方又会打电话来.J7: 洗照片第一次和土耳其同学去相馆洗照片,一到门口,我就问他:"你知不知道要用那个动词阿?,我只知道中文用wash着个字耶."他对我说,土耳其也是用wash 这个字,但他也不确定用那个动词,反正只要把底片丢给相馆并说"Do you job!!"(做你份内的事)对方应该就懂了.后来"好学"的我跑去问一位同学,才知道洗照片的洗,英文是用"develop",而不是用"wash", "Do you job!"更不用说了,说这句话实在很不礼貌.J73: Charge有一次我去买电话的电池,我拿出我的电话并请教店员应该用那一种电池,他给我一种电池,并跟我说这电池要charge.我心想,我又不是没钱,charge [付费]当然是没问题.于是我请店员将那个电池放进电话里看看电话会不会通,没想到他又跟我说要charge,我这时就有点生气,心想,没见过那么死要钱的人,最后我就只好说"多少钱我给你."付完钱之后我就回家了.回家后我将charge这个字查了一下,发现原来charge有表示付费之外,也有"充电 "的意思,这时我才发现自己误会别人了.J7: Vanilla相信"冰淇淋"是很多人爱的食物,我也不例外.我不但爱吃冰淇淋,而且"香草"口味还是我的最爱.来美国的好处就是冰淇淋既便宜种类又多,在超市可见到一整排冰箱里都是卖冰淇淋,当然吃完后,马上就会在你身上产生作用.一年夏天,我去加州的迪斯尼乐园,看到一家卖冰的商店,我的大脑便告诉我," 嘴"长在脸上不是没事做的.于是我进了冰淇淋店.冰淇淋店有三种口味的冰淇淋,分别是巧克力,香草,草莓,店员问我要那一种口味,我想要"香草",但三个英文字中偏偏不会说香草.于是我就对店员说,我不要巧克力,也不要草莓,店员就说"vanilla",我听不懂,管他三七二十一,就说"对!"后来我回到旅馆好好地把"香草"这个单字记住.一趟美国之旅,我只记了一个英文单字,就是vanilla.在此提醒爱吃香草口味的朋友,一定要将"vanilla" 这个单字,因为你不知道何时会需要它.J75: Gravy刚来美国的第一个星期,我都在猛K一些食物的单字,气国中时教的食物单字不多不外乎是汉堡,薯条,可乐,奶昔,要我整天吃那些东西很反胃,可是每次用"一指神功",又很不礼貌,于是告诉自己"单字可以不背,肚子可不能不填饱".一天中午我和朋友到学校餐厅点餐,我点了一盘薯泥之后务生问我要不要加"Gravy"[一种肉汁,通常加在薯泥上或肉排上,在美国常见到的食物],我说"No!",但是我指着Gravy的盘子说"我要加那个sauce(酱)."我当时不知道那个酱就叫Gravy,经过我朋友告诉我刚才我指的东西就叫Gravy后.我才知道我又出糗了.J76: See you later我刚来美国的室友是个韩国人,她的英文比我好,人也漂亮,爱玩的程度远超过我.有一次她要出门时,对我说了一声" See you later!"我一听就问她"你几点要见我阿?"在美国常听见"See you later",这表示"再见!",并不代表对方要你等他.不过我这个人就有健忘症,所以糗事还是照出.另一次我朋友打电话给我,最后对我说一声" I'll call you later",于是我整晚等他的电话,直到我受不了,在睡前拨了一通电话给他并对他说,"你之前说你等一下要打电话给我,我已经等了一个晚上了,怎么不见你打电话给我咧!",我这一出口,对方被我吓得说不出话来.J77: Bathroom一次我在网络上和台湾的朋友聊天,聊一聊,我说我要去一下bathroom,他说没问题等我上厕所回来再call他时,他问我"你洗澡洗那么快阿?"一般我们都知道厕所叫restroom,不过很多台湾人把restaurant念成restroom,把厕所当餐厅用,实在好笑.其实在美国厕所也称作 bathroom.我有次在迪斯尼世界的厕所外面听见一位父亲对他儿子说"妈咪在bathroom里面.".很多人误认为bathroom就是take bath(洗澡)的地方,这也不一定,谁说在台湾的化妆室里只能化妆阿!J78: Birth of country当初我来美国是抱着"待个一年,英文就会说得呱呱叫了,到时就可以回台湾混一口饭吃"没想到,来了半年,英文没有说的"呱呱叫",只有"叫呱呱".迫于无奈只好开始申请学校.填写申请表是申请学校一个很重要的步骤.记得我第一次填写申请表时,见到一栏"Birth of country",我觉得这个学校很奇怪,问我一些个人资料就算了,竟然连我"国家的生日"也问.幸好当我在学这段历史的时候,还没养成上课打瞌睡的习惯,所以就很有信心地写下.后来经过丰富的申请学校经验,我才知道原来"Birth of country"是[出生国家],而不是[国家的生日],所以给正在申请学校的人,不要像我犯一样的错误了.J79: Slippers来美国读书,很重要的一件事就是打包行李了,因为你要在最小的空间内取得最大的效益.记得我来美国之前打包行李时,什么东西都不放过,连拖鞋也是,我老爸生气地对我说,"你什么东西都带,连拖鞋也带,难道美国没有卖阿?",后来发现,是的!波士顿得确没有卖拖鞋(注1).另一次打包行李的时候,我偷塞了一包卫生纸在行李箱,没想到还是被我老爸抓到了,他生气的说,"美国人上厕所不擦屁股阿!!!!",我胆颤地回答:"美国的卫生纸都是卷筒式,没有一张一张的那种,我用不习惯嘛!!!"后来因为理由不充分,卫生纸就被没收了.记得在学校宿住的第一天,我漂亮的韩国室友邀我到楼下去认识几个朋友,由于我没有拖鞋,就对室友说" I don't have shoes",她对我说"没关系",于是我穿上我的布鞋,正当要出门时她见到我的布鞋就对我说"你有shoes阿,怎么说你没有呢?".后来我才知道拖鞋的英文叫slippers不叫shoes.注1.住久了之后发现,波士顿卖的都是室内拖鞋(布做的),没见过室外拖鞋.J80: Plastic or paper?每当我听不懂别人的英文的时候,我只会有两个反应,一个是"微笑",另一个是"说Yes!"以做为掩饰,这招就叫做"以不变应万变",只不过用这招失败率也蛮高的.第一次到超级市场买菜,于结帐时,收银员对我说"plastic or paper?",我一发现我听不懂,加上这个是一个问题,我的"绝招一"派不上用场, 所以我毫不考虑就说".yes!".对方一听我这样的回答,又问了我一次"plastic or paper?",我这次不但说了yes连微笑也一起附上(双管齐下,效果才大).只见收银员很无奈地对后面装袋子的人说"plastic!".等到我离开超市之后,还不知到底发生了事呢!.Ps.在美国,一般的超级市场都有提供两种袋子,塑料袋和纸袋,所以结帐时收银员都会问"plastic or paper?"(塑料袋或纸袋),如果你要塑料袋,可回答"plastic, please!" 麻烦 必要 避免 到位

品牌英语口语00句():居无定所 --9 ::19 来源: 每天背句,你能坚持多久?1. I have a frog in my throat now.我口干舌燥了. I can’t see straight.我看不清#9658;see straight 看清楚,亦可作see clearly3. I’m a sucker this kind of girl.我对这种女孩没有免疫力. I’m a real bird of passage.我居无定所#9658;bird of passage 候鸟;漂泊不定的人,过路的客人,浪迹天涯的人5. There has been a cancerous growth.恶性膨胀6. It stopped me in my tracks.我一下子定在原地#9658;in one tracks 当时当地,当场,立即stop in one tracks 突然停住,停下来7. I don’t have a bean.我一个子儿都没有8. You perpetrated an atrocity.你罪恶滔天哪(幽默)9. The music was played at full volume.音乐的音量开到最大. Leave early so you can get a jump on the traffic.早点出发能避过交通堵塞 品牌口语

  英语里的“大吃一惊” -- :7:55 来源: 1. My jaw dropped.   我大吃一惊   Jaw 英语里就是“下巴”的意思   Jaw dropped (“下巴掉了”)可见当时瞠目结舌之状,惊呆程度可想而知!   . I was really blown away by her latest movie.   看过她最新的那部电影,我完全被震住了   Blow away 里可不是被“刮跑了”的意思,它表示给人留下强烈的、很棒的印象   3. He was taken aback by my answer.   我的回答让他大吃一惊   Aback 身有“向后”的意思可以想象一下,你听到一个消息,被吓了一跳,向后退   Take somebody aback 意思就是“令某人震惊”   . I'm gonna buff up and knock her socks off!   我要练出一身肌肉,然后吓吓她   knock one's socks off 个短语也是表示一件事特别棒,令人惊奇的意思这个短语还可以写成 blow one's socks off.   5. His recent public statements have raised a few eyebrows.   他最近的公开发言让很多人大吃一惊   Raise a few eyebrow 可以看出是个夸张的表情,眉毛都抬得老高,意思就是“目瞪口呆、大吃一惊”!   这里的a few 还可以被换成many an 或是quite a few. 英语 里 的

  A Date 约会 -01-6 3:8:5 来源: Brother : Hey, Sally! Are you going to stay in that bathroom the rest of your life? Sister : (From the bathroom) Come on, I just got in here. Brother : You're kidding me. You've been in there two hours twenty-four minutes and fifteen seconds. Sister : All right! Five more minutes, OK? Brother : What're you doing in there? Sister : (Coming out from the bathroom) Taking a bath. What do you do in a bathroom? Get a sun tan? Brother : A bath two and a half hours? Sister : What's wrong with that? I'm going out with Daniel tonight. Brother : You what? No way! Mom doesn't let you go out on dates. Everybody knows that. Sister : Yes, she does: She said I was old enough to make decisions. Brother : That's a quick change. Sister : Do I look good in red? Or maybe black? Brother : No, you look awful in either red or black. I think white is better. Sister : Is that so?...I better ask Mom opinions. Are you free tonight? Brother : Yeah....No, you're not going to use my car. Sister : Come on, this is my first time going out on a date. I'll give you Stella's telephone number in exchange. Brother : That's a deal. Vocabulary 注释 1. Opinion n.看法、观点 . exchange n.交换,亦可做动词 约会 Brother Sister bathroom。

  

  Collectibles CollectiblesCollectibles have been a part of almost every culture since ancient times. Whereas some objects have been collected their usefulness, others have been selected their aesthetic beauty alone. In the ed States, the kinds of collectibles currently popular range from traditional objects such as stamps, coins, rare books, and art to more recent items of interest like dolls, bottles, baseball cards, and comic books.Interest in collectibles has increased enormously during the past decade, in part because some collectibles have demonstrated their value as investments. Especially during cycles of high inflation, investors try to purchase tangibles that will at least retain their current market values. In general, the most traditional collectibles will be sought because they have preserved their value over the years, there is an organized auction market them, and they are most easily sold in the event that cash is needed. Some examples of the most stable collectibles are old masters, Chinese ceramics, stamps, coins, rare books, antique jewelry, silver, porcelain, art by well-known artists, autographs, and period furniture. Other items of more recent interest include old photograph records, old magazines, post cards, baseball cards, art glass, dolls, classic cars, old bottles, and comic books. These relatively new kinds of collectibles may actually appreciate faster as short-term investments, but may not hold their value as long-term investments. Once a collectible has had its initial play, it appreciates at a fairly steady rate, supported by an increasing number of enthusiastic collectors competing the limited supply of collectibles that become increasingly more difficult to locate.3亨利#86;福特尽管亨利#86;福特的名字和大生产的概念相连,但他在劳工保护上得到同样的赞誉,因为他早在19年便实行了用今天的标准来衡量依然是先进的标准安全措施得到改进,日工作时间从当时普遍的或小时减少到8小时为了适应更短的日工作时间,整个工厂从双班变成了三班而且,病假和改善了的工伤医疗得以制度化福特汽车公司是最早建立技术学校来培训专门技工和为移民开设英语学校的工厂之一公司甚至为雇佣残疾人和有前科的人而作出了一些努力最受广泛称赞的革新是实行五美元一天的最低工资其目的是招收和留住那些最好的技工并阻碍工会的发展福特从效率和利润分享的角度来解释这项新的工资政策他也提到这样一个事实,他的员工可以买他们生产的汽车--这实际上是为其产品另开辟了一个市场为了够资格得到最低工资,员工必须建立一个得体的家庭并显示出良好的个人习惯,包括节制、俭省、勤勉和可靠虽然有人批评福特过多地干涉了员工的私人生活,但毫无疑问,在移民们被用恶劣的方式剥削的时代,亨利#86;福特却帮助了许多人在美国扎下根来 569耍赖九句:那不算!重来! -01-7 19::19 来源: 游戏时耍赖︰ That doesn't count. 那不算! We weren't playing real. 我们不是玩真的 欠钱时耍赖︰ Money has been really tight lately... 最近手头有点紧…… I've had so many other expenses... 我有太多其它的费用要付…… 犯错时耍赖︰ It's not my fault. 那不是我的错 He She made me do it. 他(她)要我做的 交通违规时耍赖︰ I didn't see the sign. 我没有看到标胖尽? 规避责任时耍赖︰ It's not my turn to... 这次不是轮到我…… I didn't know anything about it... 我对此事一无所知…… 不算 时耍赖 不是 didn

  英语口语学习方法 -01-7 18:6: 来源: 很多学生在口语学习过程中会碰到不同的困扰,不掌握一定的科学方法很难突破我们要想凿下学好口语,首先就要了解口语学习的原则四大着力点【语音】:语音学习在整个口语学习中是最基本的,也是最关键的语音学习不只是包括单纯的发音练习,还应包括语调、节奏等的训练其实,不管是学习哪种发音,纯正标准是关键这是口语的基础阶段,一定要多听多学多练,持之以恒多模仿【词汇】:掌握标准纯正的语音是必须的,但却是远远不够的中国学生可能会有疑问,认为自己的语音已经不错了,可为什么在老美面前还是觉得没话讲,无法顺利地交流很简单,积累不够【句型】:谈到第三个着力点就是口语当中的句型了,句型好比数学当中的公式,只要我们掌握了一类句型,以后就可以直接进行部分替换,就能说出多个不同的句子当然,口语当中出现的句子可说是千变万化,我们除了通过部分替换来得到不同的句子外,如何更有效地来掌握句型呢?这就需要我们对不同的句型进行归纳整理,了解并记忆各个句型所应用的场景和功能通俗点说,就是在什么地方,跟什么人就要说什么话【文化】:掌握句型不仅是目的,也是我们进行第四个着力点的手段我们学习口语最终是要达到像英美人士思维的目的,这也是我们要付出努力的第四个着力点大多数中国口语学习者在说出一个英文句子前,总是先想中文,再把它翻译成英文,结果变成Chinglish,失掉了洋味儿 有些同学会说,我们没有生活在美国,怎么了解他们的文化?最直观的方式便是大量的观看原版电影了 这是学习口语应该注意的四大着力点,任何一方面都不能忽视,只有形成一股强大的合力,才能把口语学习推向一个更高的境界 英语口语 口语 学习 我们

  

  英语里的“大吃一惊” -- :7:55 来源: 1. My jaw dropped.   我大吃一惊   Jaw 英语里就是“下巴”的意思   Jaw dropped (“下巴掉了”)可见当时瞠目结舌之状,惊呆程度可想而知!   . I was really blown away by her latest movie.   看过她最新的那部电影,我完全被震住了   Blow away 里可不是被“刮跑了”的意思,它表示给人留下强烈的、很棒的印象   3. He was taken aback by my answer.   我的回答让他大吃一惊   Aback 身有“向后”的意思可以想象一下,你听到一个消息,被吓了一跳,向后退   Take somebody aback 意思就是“令某人震惊”   . I'm gonna buff up and knock her socks off!   我要练出一身肌肉,然后吓吓她   knock one's socks off 个短语也是表示一件事特别棒,令人惊奇的意思这个短语还可以写成 blow one's socks off.   5. His recent public statements have raised a few eyebrows.   他最近的公开发言让很多人大吃一惊   Raise a few eyebrow 可以看出是个夸张的表情,眉毛都抬得老高,意思就是“目瞪口呆、大吃一惊”!   这里的a few 还可以被换成many an 或是quite a few. 英语 里 的。

  别人说thank you时该怎么回 --30 :6:7 来源: 别人说thank you时该怎么回Here’s why “You’re Welcome” is not the right response to “Thank You”Saying thank you is good manners. That’s not up debate. But we do need to talk about the way to respond when being thanked. You need to say something, right? Many people, particularly in the US, reply to “thank you” with “you’re welcome.”毫无疑问,道谢是种好习惯可问题来了,别人向你道谢时,你该说什么?你总得说点什么,不是吗?许多人,尤其是美国人,听到对方说“thank you”(“谢谢”)后,常会答一句“you’re welcome”(“不谢”)This has begun to change, as young people use and hear “you’re welcome” sarcastically. And it’s not just young people: To people from other parts of the world, “you’re welcome” can sound rude.如今的回答方式已经改变,因为对年轻人来说,“you’re welcome”一语多少带点讽刺意味而且,不止年轻人这么认为,在其他一些国家,“you’re welcome”听上去并不礼貌Brits, example, can’t help but hear a hint of condescension in there. But the problem with “you’re welcome” isn’t sarcasm. Well, not the whole problem. It’s about meaning.比如,英国人就觉得,“you’re welcome”听来有些傲慢不过,嘲讽之意倒不是个问题,至少不是个大问题真正值得探究的,是这个短语的意思Not that this is the intention, but “you’re welcome” can sound like you’re taking the polite gesture from the thanker, and bringing attention to your kindness. To the unaccustomed ear, it can sound like “yes, I did you a favour, you should be thankful.” It’s not intentional, I’m sure. But that doesn’t make it any less ambiguous.“You’re welcome”听上去就像你试图不顾道谢者的礼节,强行凸显你的善意一样,虽然你可能不曾意识到这点但在有些人听来,你就像在说“瞧,我不帮你了嘛,你理应要谢谢我”所谓言者无心,怕就怕听者有意Similarly “no problem”, or the reply favoured by our Australian friends, “no worries”, are both flawed. Often said with a dismissive shrug, “no problem” can be interpreted as simply denying that being kind is an inconvenience. But to those used to hearing “you’re welcome,” “no problem” can be sound like being kind is sometimes an inconvenience…and that you might not have helped if it had been.另外,“no problem”(“没问题”)以及澳洲人爱用的“no worries”(“别担心”)同样值得斟酌嘴上说着“no problem”,加上无谓地耸耸肩,大概是说帮忙不是什么麻烦事不过,对那些听惯了“you’re welcome”的人而言,“no problem”似乎暗示了帮忙有时候真是件麻烦事若情况真的无比棘手,你绝不会挺身而出的Young people tend to respond to being thanked with “no problem”, which older people find rude. So it’s a generational problem, yes. But also a linguistic one. Why is this? Here’s where it gets technical…当你道谢时,年轻人通常会回一句“no problem”这在老年人看来,实在太不礼貌了所以,这算个代沟问题,没错不过这也是个语言学问题至于原因嘛,就得涉及专业知识了……Both “you’re welcome” and “no problem” are phatic expressions, an expression whose sole function is to perm a social role. We use phatic expressions all the time. example when we respond to “how are you?” by saying “good, you?” Or by responding to “what’s up?” with “what’s up?”.“You’re welcome”和“no problem”都是客套用语,仅仅用作应酬我们时时都会说这样的客套话,比如有人向你问好“how are you?”(“你好吗?”),你就会说“good, you?”(“我很好,你呢?”)有人和你打招呼“what’s up?”(“嘿呦!”),你便回答“what’s up”(“嘿呦!”)Often we use a phatic response when we don’t know what else to say. Saying “I’m OK,” example, even when we’re not. Or to simply acknowledge someone, or something, when there is no need to convey actual inmation. We know people aren’t (usually) actively asking how we are, so we respond phatically. But because “thank you” is a sincere expression, many common phatic responses sound empty in comparison. The emptiness of the response is why some people tend to find “no problem” or “you’re welcome” dismissive.我们常用客套话,是因为我们不知道说什么比如,即便我们真有事,嘴上还是会说“I’m OK.”(“我没事”)有时候,我们只是提到某人某事而已,并不想多说什么大多数时候,问好就是个口头套话而已,于是我们也就用套话回答了然而,“thank you”往往带着真情实意,相比之下,再用套话回答就显得虚伪了或许,正是这种虚伪,让人们觉得“no problem”或“you’re welcome”听上去充满了轻蔑So, what are the options? Are we at a linguistic impasse?那么,当别人道谢时,究竟该说什么呢?我们真的陷入了语言困境吗?Thankfully, no.谢天谢地,没有As the Brits have long known, the correct way to respond to “thank you” is to say “thank you”. Similarly, you can respond to “cheers” with “cheers”. This response is still phatic in purpose, but the tone and context can’t be mis.英国人早就知道,别人说“thank you”(“谢谢”)时,正确的回答也是“thank you”(“谢谢”),类似于别人说“cheers”(“干杯”),你也跟着说“cheers”(“干杯”)就行此番回答听上去依旧客套,但没了讽刺味道,也不会引起歧义Effectively, you’re thanking the thanker their thanks. Everybody wins! And there’s no need to get stuck in a thank you loop; once each will do.事实上,回答“thank you”,你是在感谢对方的感谢行为这就是所谓的双赢嘛!另外,双方也没有必要无休无止地感谢下去,说上一轮就够了Thank you.谢谢Vocabularycondescension: 以恩人自居的态度;傲慢态度dismissive: 表示轻视的phatic: 应酬的;仅仅是交际性的英文来源:Buzzfeed译者:郭汪韬略编辑:丹妮

  中秋节用英语怎么说 --1 3:7:5 来源:   中秋节英语怎么说  中秋节:Mid-autumn Festival;Mid-autumn Day;The Moon Festival中秋节快乐!Happy Mid-Autumn Festival!  中秋节英语对话Cathy:Hello,Betty.你好,贝蒂Betty:Hello,Cathy.你好,凯西Cathy:Do you know the Mid-Autumn Festival ?你了解中秋节吗?Betty:No,I dont. Could you introduce the Mid-Autumn Festival me?你能给我介绍一下中秋节吗?Cathy:Of course. The Mid-Autumn Festival is one of the two most important holidays in the Chinese calendar,and is a legal holiday in several countries. Farmers celebrate the end of the summer harvesting season on this date.当然中秋节是两个最重要的农历节日之一,并且在几个国家定为法定假日农民在这个日子里庆祝夏季收获季节的结束Cathy:Traditionally, on this day, Chinese family members and friends will gather to admire the bright mid-autumn harvest moon, and eat moon cakes and pomeloes together.传统上,在这一天,中国的家人和朋友将聚在一起欣赏明亮的中秋月,在一起吃月饼和柚子Betty:Wow,that sounds great. Could you tell me when to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival ?哇,这听起来真好啊那你能告诉我什么时候庆祝中秋节吗?Cathy:The Mid-Autumn Festival is on the fifteenth day of the August, chinese calendar.中秋节是阴历的8月日Betty:Really?Almost.是吗?快到了Cathy:Yes.是的Betty:I wish you could come with me我希望你能和我在一起Cathy:No problem.没问题Betty:Thanks,Cathy.谢谢你,凯西Cathy:Not at all.不用谢 节用 英语

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