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英语中节日、纪念日的习惯用法 -- :: 来源: 祝贺新年!Here to the New Year!Here to the New Year! (祝贺新年!)Cheers! (干杯!)新年快乐!Happy New Year!Happy New Year! (新年快乐!)Happy New Year to you, too! (新年快乐!)情人节情人节快乐Happy Valentine Day! *月日是情人节Happy Valentine Day! (情人节快乐)That nice of you. (你太好了)做我的情人吧!Be my Valentine. *这也是情人节贺卡上常用的句子Be my Valentine. (做我的情人吧)Id love to. (我非常乐意!)复活节复活节快乐!Happy Easter! *Easter 纪念“耶稣复活”的节日,一般指春分月圆的第一个星期天,每年的具体日子不同Happy Easter! (复活节快乐!)You, too! (祝您也快乐!)母亲节母亲节快乐!Happy Mother Day! *美国也是每年5月的第二个星期日Happy Mother Day! (母亲节快乐!)Oh, thanks. (哦,谢谢)你真是我的好妈妈Thanks being such a good mom.Thanks being such a good mom. (你真是我的好妈妈)How sweet! (你真可爱!)万圣节不请吃就捣蛋!Trick or treat! *每年月31日万圣节时,孩子们化装后跑到各家门前说的套话Trick or treat! (不请吃就捣蛋!)Oh, you scared me! (哦,你吓了我一跳!)感恩节感恩节快乐!Happy Thanksgiving! *美国月的第四个星期四是感恩节它是国家法定的休息日Happy Thanksgiving! (感恩节快乐!)You, too. (也祝你快乐!)我们吃南瓜派吧Let have pumpkin pie. *过感恩节时人们常吃南瓜派Let have pumpkin pie.(我们吃南瓜派吧)It my favorite. (这是我最喜欢吃的)圣诞节圣诞节快乐!Merry Christmas!Merry Christmas! (圣诞快乐!)Merry Christmas to you, too.(也祝你圣诞快乐!)祝您圣诞快乐!Have a Merry Christmas.Have a Merry Christmas. (祝您圣诞愉快!)Thank you. (谢谢)I wish you a Merry Christmas.生日这是送给你的生日礼物Here your birthday gift.Here your birthday gift. (这是送给你的生日礼物)Thanks. That very nice of you. (谢谢,你真是太好了)生日快乐!Happy birthday!It my birthday. (今天是我的生日)Happy birthday, John! (约翰,生日快乐!)结婚纪念日结婚纪念日快乐!Happy anniversary!Happy anniversary! (结婚纪念日快乐)It our tenth anniversary. (这是我们结婚周年)谢谢你陪我共度人生Thanks being in my life.Thanks ten wonderful years. (谢谢你给了我美好的年) 日常英语 英语口语。

常用英语口语之怀疑困惑 --9 ::37 来源: 常用英语口语之怀疑困惑1. Not really.并非真的如此. Are you sure?你确定吗?3. Are you serious?你是认真的吗?. Are you joking?你不是开玩笑吧?5. Do you mean it?是真的吗?6. Are you kidding?你不是开玩笑吧?7. I doubt it.我怀疑8. It's doubtful!太可疑了!9. It sounds fishy to me.听起来很可疑. It sounds suspicious to me.听起来让人怀疑 .I won't buy that story.我不信他的话.I won't believe that story.我不相信.Do you think she's serious?你认为她是认真的吗?.I don't take him very seriously.我不把他的话太当真.It's too good to be true.太好了吧,难以置信 常用英语口语。

我相信人类 我相信热诚的心 我相信人们的正直与诚实 我相信自由社会中的美德 我相信只要我们愿意为之奋斗,愿意与所存在的缺陷抗争到底,这个社会就能永远美好Free Minds and Hearts at Work by Jackie RobinsonAt the beginning of the World Series of 197, I experienced a completely new emotion, when the National Anthem was played. This time, I thought, it is being played me, as much as anyone else. This is organized major league baseball, and I am standing here with all the others; and everything that takes place includes me.About a year later, I went to Atlanta, Georgia, to play in an exhibition game. On the field, the first time in Atlanta, there were Negroes and whites. Other Negroes, besides me. And I thought What I have always believed has come to be.And what is it that I have always believed? First, that imperfections are human. But that wherever human beings were given room to breathe and time to think, those imperfections would disappear, no matter how slowly. I do not believe that we have found or even approached perfection. That is not necessarily in the scheme of human events. Handicaps, stumbling blocks, prejudices — all of these are imperfect. Yet, they have to be reckoned with because they are in the scheme of human events.Whatever obstacles I found made me fight all the harder. But it would have been impossible me to fight at all, except that I was sustained by the personal and deep-rooted belief that my fight had a chance. It had a chance because it took place in a free society. Not once was I ced to face and fight an immovable object. Not once was the situation so cast-iron rigid that I had no chance at all. Free minds and human hearts were at work all around me; and so there was the probability of improvement. I look at my children now, and know that I must still prepare them to meet obstacles and prejudices.But I can tell them, too, that they will never face some of these prejudices because other people have gone bee them. And to myself I can say that, because progress is unalterable, many of today's dogmas will have vanished by the time they grow into adults. I can say to my children There is a chance you. No guarantee, but a chance. And this chance has come to be, because there is nothing static with free people. There is no Middle Ages logic so strong that it can stop the human tide from flowing ward. I do not believe that every person, in every walk of life, can succeed in spite of any handicap. That would be perfection. But I do believe — and with every fiber in me — that what I was able to attain came to be because we put behind us (no matter how slowly) the dogmas of the past to discover the truth of today; and perhaps find the greatness of tomorrow.I believe in the human race. I believe in the warm heart. I believe in man's integrity. I believe in the goodness of a free society. And I believe that the society can remain good only as long as we are willing to fight it — and to fight against whatever imperfections may exist.My fight was against the barriers that kept Negroes out of baseball. This was the area where I found imperfection, and where I was best able to fight. And I fought because I knew it was not doomed to be a losing fight. It couldn't be a losing fight-not when it took place in a free society.And in the largest sense, I believe that what I did was done me — that it was my faith in God that sustained me in my fight. And that what was done me must and will be done others. 50。

“改天约会”怎么说 -01-7 00::1 来源: 当你和别人越好做一件事情,但是后来又想取消,该怎么说呢?Scratch 这个词可以帮你的忙 Scratch 在词典里的解释是"用指甲或是爪子去'刮';涂鸦、随手乱画"在口语上,scratch something 便衍生为"取消"或"删除"原来的计划再说得简单一些,scratch这个用法跟我们常讲的 get 这个词十分类似例如本来约好明天要去看电影,但你临时想取消,这时你可以说,"Let's get it." 或是换句话说 "Let's scratch the plan." 再说个实际的例子,有一回我跟一个老美约吃饭,我问他:"Will you be available on Saturday or Sunday?" 他回答我:"Scratch the Saturday thing. I'll be available only on Sunday evening. (星期六我不行,我只有星期天晚上可以)" 这句话完全就等于 "get about Saturday. I'll be available only on Sunday evening." (改编自:小笨霖英语笔记本 英语点津 Annabel 编辑) 怎么 约会 可以 scratch。

英语口语每天说上半小时0() -- ::8 来源: . Advice高速下载 1. Could you give me some advice on how I can make up the time I've lost?. I like your advice about my research.3. What would you advice?. What would you do if you were in my shoes?5. I would appreciate your advice.6. I think you should go on a diet.7. It might be a good idea if you got a part-time job.8. I advice you to see a doctor.9. I advice you not to look down upon him.. I don't think you should keep silent.Dialogue 1M: I don't know how to adjust my life. Would you give me a piece of advice?W: You look a bit pale, don't you?M: Yes, I can't sleep well every night.W: You should get plenty of sleep.M: I drink a lot of wine.W: If I were you, I wouldn't drink too much.M: I often feel so tired.W: You better do some exercise every morning.M: I sometimes find the shadow of death in front of me.W: Why do you worry about your future? You're very young, and you'll make great contribution to the world. I hope you take my advice.Dialogue M: Hi, Jone, how are you?W: Terrible.M: What's wrong?W: Someone robbed my apartment last week. The robber took 0.M: Oh, no! Did you call the police?W: No.M: Why not?W: My English isn't very good. I didn't know what to say to them.M: I'm going to give you some advice, Jone. If this happens again, you should call the police immediately. You should try to remember everything. You should explain everything to the police.Dialogue 3W: I'm afraid I've had a terrible row with my boss. What shall I do?M: I think you'd better apologize.W: Oh, but I can't. It wasn't my fault.M: Maybe not, but I advice you to say it was your fault.Dialogue M: You're going to get into a lot of trouble if you do that.W: What makes you say that?M: I don't see anything wrong with what we're doing! That's just the problem. In these kind of things, the trouble doesn't always appear at first.W: But everything has been so easy.M: Everything has gone as smooth as clockwork. Just like we planned! That may be true, but if you were to do it, you would have trouble on the horizon. You always say that.W: Yeah, you never look at the positive side of things.M: Okay. Have it your way, but don't say I didn't warn you.Dialogue 5W: Are you feeling better today, Bill?M: Well, it's hard to say. I cough a lot in the evening.W: You'd better give up smoking. It's bad your health.M: You're right, but you know, it's hard to give up an old habit.W: But you should make up your mind first.M: You know, I often have to work til late at night. I need something to keep me awake.W: Why don't you go to bed and get up early? You'll have the same time work. M: Thank you your advice! I'll try it.Dilaogue 6W: I can't decide whether to go to university or to get a job.M: Well, if I were you, I'd go on studying.W: But I don't even know what to study.M: If I had chance again, I'd major in English. You're good at language.W: That's what my parents want me to do.M: You should take their advice. They know what's best you.But my friends will have jobs and lots of fun, while I spend all my time doing ing and writing.M: But if you go to university, you'll still have time fun.W: Hm, what you say makes sense. But you know, I still have to ask my parents pocket money, and I hate to do so at this age.M: And if you try to find a part-time job, you'll have some money too.W: You're right. Thank you the advice.W: Most Americans don't like to get advice from members of their families. When they need advice, they don't usually ask people they know. Instead, many Americans write letters to newspapers and magazines, which give advice on many different subjects, including family problems, sex, use of language, health, cooking, children care, clothes, and how to buy a house or a car. Two of the most famous writers of advice are women without special training this kind of work. Experience is their preparation giving advice. There's one writer who has not lived long enough to have much experience. She is a girl who started writing advice newspaper ers at the age of ten. Her advice to young ers now appears regularly in the column called "Dear Angel". 小时 上半 每天 英语口语。

英语口语:使用频率最高的美语口语96句(5) -- 1:53:6 来源: 1. take the good with the bad 好的与坏的都要一起接受   . take the bull by the horns 当机立断;大胆果断地解决问题   3. That's the last straw. 使人无法忍受的最后一击   . You can't please everyone. 你无法使每一个人都满意   5. An eye an eye, and a tooth a tooth. 以眼还眼,以牙还牙   6. Money doesn't grow on trees. 金钱得来不易   7. cost sb. an arm and a leg 花大笔钱   8. have the upper hand 占优势   9. everything but the sink 所有的东西   0. Boys will be boys. 男孩就是男孩   1. Not be able to get a word in edgewise. 插不上话   . go back to square one 回到原地   3. It's never too late to learn. 学习永远不嫌晚;亡羊补牢犹未晚   . Leave well enough alone. 维持现状;对现在已经很满意了,不用变更   5. on a first-name basis 直呼其名(很熟的)   6. Nothing to write home about. 没什么值得说的;不值得推荐   7. packed in like sardines 挤得要命   8. There are other fish in the sea. 天涯何处无芳草;还有别的机会   9. What you see is what you get. 你看到什么就是什么   180. come out smelling like a rose 一枝独秀   181. hear through the grapevine 听到谣言   18. you loud and clear 听得很清楚;很了解你   183. have a sweet tooth 喜欢甜食(喜欢某物)   18. know sb. like the back of one's hand 很了解某人   185. It's not the end of the world. 不是世界末日   186. come away empty-handed 一无所获   187. breathe down someone's neck 紧跟在某人后面;监督某人   188. cost sb. a pretty penny 很贵   189. fill someone's shoes 接替某人的职位   190. act the mustard 达到标准   191. like a dream come true 如梦成真   19. zero in on sth. 专注于;对准(两个介词并用,奇怪)   193. put lay sth. on the line 坦白的说,冒……风险   19. like a fish out of water 感到尴尬不适应   195. All systems are go. 准备好了(这句话研究了半天,居然不是语法错误?)   196. end of the road 终点;最后   197. just what the doctor ordered 正合需要   198. pull the wool over someone's eyes 欺骗;蒙蔽某人   199. The first step is always the hardest. 万事开头难   0. Time change, people change. 时间会变,人也会变 英语口语 口语 频率。

我们忘却了那些当我们与心灵交汇时的美好时光,比如说当我们观望着日落时的那份美丽和宁静现在我要邀请你抽些时间和你自己独处,回到你内心深处的那片宁静,从日常的纷扰繁琐中摆脱出来好好放松一下Welcome to Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax, I’m Faith. Here is our latest program, a humble eft offered to you in the hopes that you'll find something here that is worth your while, something that moves or inspires or motivates you in very positive ways. It's not easy... loving yourself unconditionally, because we've learned to judge ourselves... We seem to be driven to find what we perceive as "the mi ssing piece" in our lives as if we are flawed, or not good enough. Somehow enough never seems like enough and we live our lives in a constant and never ending search which leaves us exhausted. What we get are the sweet moments of being present with ourselves like we are when watching a sunset. You’re listening to Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax, I’m Faith. Today, I’m inviting you to take time to be present within yourself, dwell in your heart space, and give yourself a well deserved break from striving and struggling... Just be in the present moment and allow yourself to stop searching more and to notice how much you aly have inside. Everyday we’re preoccupied with obligations and responsibilities under great pre ssures from others and from ourselves, and what we truly ignore or get are ourselves. From today on, let’s start to love ourselves, unconditionally! 0。

白领如何学习英语口语 -- 18:55:1 来源: 白领如何学习英语口语我们为什么要学英语?大多数人以为只是为了应付考试,其实等你真正进入社会便明白,学习英语最重要的是要学会口语练就一口流利的口语,才能在工作中得心应手,下面小编就介绍几种快速学好英语口语的方法:1、到英语国家能到英语国家去练习英语,直接与英语本族人交流当然是最佳的选择,但能够这样做的人为数并不多有的人在英语国家生活了几年乃至十几年,照样说不好英语如果学习方向和方法得当,不去英语国家一样可以学好英语关键在于解决跟谁学,学什么,怎么学这几个问题此外,学以致用,学习和练习有机地结合,并持之以恒才有效果学到的技能如果不大量练习,久而久之一定会忘记 、到英语角如果去英语角的目的是学习就不对了其实应该把那里当作练习英语表达的地方,在那里充分展示自己,建立起说英语的信心,锻炼自己与不同的人说英语的胆量和能力去那里要的是一种志同道合的氛围如果没有时间去,你还可以自言自语,把自己想象成两个人在对话    3.找老外单练除非是训练有素的语言教师,一般的英语老外惟一的用处是:作为你操练口语的“活靶子”,把自己学到的说话内容在英语老外身上得以验不要期望一般的英语老外会对你口语方面有什么好的指点,不建议你跟老外谈语法,谈语言学习规律 .通过电影学英语:轻松快乐提升英语听力、口语 对于英语听说能力的学习者,学好英语,必须要有一个明确的英语学习计划,看电影学英语是最佳的方法,因为电影或美剧的发音是最清晰的,语境生活化,适合练听力和模仿语音,只要认真地有兴趣的学习,那么效率一定是最高的,如果你能看透-部的电影或看几遍老友记,英文的听说读写能力会全面过关!方法如下:第一遍(听力):看双语(中英文)字幕和阅读影片台词,了解电影情节 第二遍(听力):只看英文字幕,看不懂的地方根据影片剧情进行猜测 第三遍(听力):看中文字幕,尽量多猜听不懂的英文 第四遍(口语):模仿电影的对话,比如角色扮演,二语悉得7点步骤进行口语训练 其实英语口语好的人都有这样的同感:从练发音开始效果甚佳不要总想着这句话怎么写,怎么翻译这些都会妨碍口语学习最后,经验明,好的思路,加上科学、理性的学习方法,学说英语没有不成功的! 如何学习英语口语。