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突破口语之情景对话(12):payment结账12. payment结 账A: Could I have my bill, please?B: Certainly, sir.A: I'm afraid there has been a mistake.B: I'm sorry, sir. What seems to be the trouble?A: I believe you have charged me twice for the same thing. Look, the figure of 6.5 dollar appears here, then again here.B: I'll just go and check it for you, sir.译文:A: 请给我账单,好吗?B: 好的,先生。A: 恐怕这里出错了。B: 对不起,先生。请问有什么问题?A: 我想你们对同一种东西进行了两次收费。看,6.5美元这个数字出现在这里,然后这里又出现了一次。B: 我这就去为您核对一下,先生。注解 :1) bill (n): 账单2) appear (v) : 出现,显露例: She will appear in court next Friday. 下星期五她将出庭。3) charge (v) : 收费例: The store doesn't charge for delivery. 该店免费送货。 /200708/16433

【学习提示】第一步:先听,理解句子;第二步:看原文模仿!【原声模仿】1. Polly, listen to me, we’re got some roadblock signs outside. 2. You gotta get somebody to help us.3. Get those roadblock signs out on the high way… /200606/7382

英语日常口语 27:The hungry cat本单元是关于饥饿猫的对话Tim: I don't believe it! Kitty's just eaten my dinner. I was putting the kettle on and I turned round and there she was, eating my chicken. That cat's a pain in the neck.Alice: Oh calm down. Tim: It drives me mad! I'm starving, I've been slaving away in that dusty old stockroom all day. I hate work just now and then this happens! The cat's got to go or be put down.Helen: Don't be horrible. You can buy something else to eat. Tim: We're not all as rich as you, you know, daddy's girl! Helen: How dare you Tim! I didn't eat your chicken. You drive me up the wall sometimes.Alice: Hey guys, chill out.Vocabulary:to fly off the handle (v, informal): to be very angry 发脾气It's a pain in the neck (idiom): It's very annoying 惹人嫌,让人很受不了的麻烦I'm starving (informal):I'm very hungry 饿极了To put an animal down: To kill an animal, usually because it is old or ill 把(老弱病残的)动物杀掉A daddy's girl: A woman who isn't independent but is spoilt and looked after by her father (or other father-like figure) 乖乖女本单元的语言点是与愤怒有关的习语,习惯用语得以隐喻的形式去理解,而非从字面上的意思去理解。如果有人说“see red”,意思是指某人发怒,冒火(这里用的是隐喻),而不是指某人看到红色(字面上的意思)。Idioms of anger 与愤怒有关的习语 Idioms use language metaphorically rather than literally. If you 'see red', it means you are very angry (the metaphorical meaning) not that you look at something or someone and see the colour red (the literal meaning). Idioms are also fixed groups of words so you can't change the wording of an idiom. For example, you can say 'I'm at the end of my tether' to say you have reached the limits of your tolerance but you can't say 'I'm at the end of my rope? 习惯用语通常是固定的一些词语,人们不能随意改变习惯用语的词语组成。比如,可以说‘I’m at the end of my tether’来表示山穷水尽,或智穷力竭(tether是栓牛、马等的系绳,系链),但是却不可以说‘I’m at the end of my rope’。Idioms - losing your temper (发脾气):I lost my rag when the traffic warden gave me a ticket. I blew my top when the traffic warden gave me a ticket. I lost my temper in a dramatic way when she gave me a ticket.(当她给我开出罚单时,我立刻火冒三丈。)Idioms - getting angry (发怒,冒火):I saw red when he refused my request for a pay rise. I got angry. (Red refers to the blood rising in your eyes!) (当他拒绝我的加薪要求时,我立刻火冒三丈。我非常气愤。)Noisy children make the teacher hot under the collar. Noisy children make his blood boil. He gets angry when children are noisy. (Both these idioms refer to the idea of being angry and getting hot.) (当孩子们吵闹时,他变得很愤怒。在这里,上述两个习语指的都是愤怒和火冒三丈的意思。)I'm at the end of my tether. If those children don't shut up, I'll ... I have reached my limit, I am about to lose my temper. (我已忍无可忍,快要发脾气了。如果他们还不住嘴,我就要......)Right! That's the last straw. Be quiet now! Something has happened to finally push me over my limit. I won't tolerate this noise anymore. (The last straw是指一系列重压、打击中,终于使人不能忍受的最后一击;终于使人不而垮下的小事。)Idioms - being annoyed or irritated (恼火或烦躁):He is such a pain in the neck (惹人嫌,让人很受不了的麻烦). He's always asking for money. He really winds me up (让人烦). He's always asking for money. He drives me up the wall (把人搞得心烦意乱). He's always asking for money. He irritates or annoys me, usually because he does something repeatedly. (他不断地做某事,让人感觉很烦恼) /200707/16029

  即学即用英语会话词典D部分:吵骂进入《即学即用英语会话词典文本》下载页面即学即用英语会话词典这部词典着眼日常生活、学习、工作等语言环境,囊括了当今美国最最简洁、最地道的日常口语表达方式。本词典获得2002年全国优秀畅销书奖 /200707/15764

  Telephone interview with Duncan Haldane following the announcement of the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics, 4 October 2016. The interviewer is Adam Smith, Chief Scientific Officer of Nobel Media. Duncan Haldane (DH): Hello. Adam Smith (AS): Hello, this is Adam Smith calling from Nobelprize.org, the official website of the Nobel Prize in Stockholm. DH: Ah ha. AS: Well, first of all, many congratulations on the award. DH: Thank you. AS: How did you hear the news? DH: Well, they called me up at the usual 4:30 telephone call, at local time here anyway, in the morning. AS: Your immediate reaction? DH: Well, I was aware that there was a vague possibility, but I didnt think it would happen. AS: What did you do after hearing the news, immediately? DH: Had a cup of coffee. I mean Im a bit British, or phlegmatic, about these things, so I didnt kind of faint or anything.AS: Do you think that theres any significance in the fact that all three of you Laureates were born and initially educated in the UK and then all moved to the States?DH: I suppose in the late 70s, I think, there was a bit of a de-emphasis by British funding things on the fundamental research as opposed to useful research. I think it is a very bad thing when government agencies start to say…we should never say things like, you know, ;Whats it used for?; Because all the big discoveries of really useful things dont really come about because someone sits down and thinks ;I want to discover something useful;. They occur because someone discovers something interesting and it turns out to be tremendously useful. I mean thats the history of, you know, everything, in the transistors. The surprise in everything is that quantum mechanics is so much richer than we dreamed. Quantum mechanics is so bizarre! The things it can do, we didnt discover them earlier because it was just difficult to actually even imagine that quantum mechanics might do these kinds of things, I think. And now weve found a whole lot of new topological physics and quantum mechanics and its starting to become a big field. You know, basically, the world is more rich than we…basically, there must be all kinds of things out there that actually happen or can happen, but we dont see them because we havent been able to dream that such things are possible, and that was really, probably a surprising effect in all this. You know, people…its very difficult to know whether something is useful or not, but one can know that its exciting. AS: Thats a very important message to deliver. I shouldnt keep you much longer because I imagine that people are going to be battering down your door any second. DH: Ok, I think I hear somebody else trying to come through on call waiting. AS: Let me just ask you, will you be coming to Stockholm in December to receive your Prize? DH: Yes, I will be, certainly, yes. AS: Ah, splendid, well, we very much look forward to seeing you then. DH: Ok. AS: Thank you so much for speaking to us. DH: Thank you so much. Bye bye.201610/474736。

  It was a pact funeral home and I didnt want to talk to anybody. 殡仪馆人很多我不想和任何人讲话All I could do was stand at the back and look and I started to feel mocked. 我只能静静地站在后面 呆呆地看着一切我开始感觉到可笑Not inspired, but mocked by the words of our common ancestry I felt they were haunting me. I would hear things in my head like. 前人的那些话 似乎不是在鼓舞我 而是在嘲笑我这些话缠绕在我大脑中 久久不能散去 我能听到Martin Luther King who said so correctly that we will have to repent today. 马丁.路德.金的谆谆教诲我们今天要忏悔的Not for the vitriolic words and violent actions of the bad people. 不是坏人的刻薄言辞和暴力行为But the appalling silence and inaction of the good people I was the good person. 而是好人那可怕的沉默和不作为我是好人I had to repent I stood there as people came over to me and I could barely talk. 我需要忏悔我呆站在那里 人们从我面前走过 我一句话都说不出Finally, I had enough. I had to get out of there I walked out of the funeral home. 最后 我受不了了 我离开了那里我走出殡仪馆Drove to city hall climbed the steps in this historic building. 开车到市政厅登上这幢历史建筑的台阶Stormed into my office, closed the door behind me, locked the door and here I stood in this palatial office of importance. 冲进办公室 猛关上门 并反锁起来我站在这个代表重要性的宫殿般的办公室Where legendary names had sat before me and suddenly all I did was feel like a little kid again. 传奇前任们的名字就在我眼前突然间我感到 我似乎又变回了一个小孩I found a corner with a chair and I sat down and wept How could we all be there for his death?. 我找了一个角落 坐在椅子上独自哭泣为什么要等到他死后我们才在他身旁How could we all crowd funeral home for his death? Where were we for his life?. 为什么要等到他死后 我们才蜂拥到殡仪馆他活着的时候我们都干什么去了God had put him right in front of my face but I was charging off to do important things. 上帝让他活生生地出现在我面前但我却只顾所谓的重要事情That I could not see what was right in front of me I tell you, class of 2013. 我看不到就在我眼前的东西我告诉你们 2013届毕业生You will have days just like this or worse where youll feel an unconquerable sadness. 你们也会碰到这样的情况 甚至更糟你们会感到无法克的悲伤201611/476809

  How we insist that the hateful language they hear from public figures on TV does not represent the true spirit of this country.考虑要如何强调电视里某些公众人物的言论并不能代表我们的国民精神。How we explain that when someone is cruel or acts like a bully, you dont stoop to their level.考虑如何向她们解释,遇人恶毒残暴,不与其同层次共见识,不与他们同流。You know, our motto is, when they go low, we go high.我们的座右铭是,他污随他污,我自不染泥。With every word we utter, with every action we take, we know our kids are watching us.我们的一言一行孩子们都看在眼里。We as parents are their most important role-models.我们做父母的是孩子们最重要的榜样。And let me tell you, Barack and I take that same approach to our jobs as president and first lady because we know that our words and actions matter, not just to our girls but the children across this country.我想告诉大家我和贝拉克以相同的方式对待总统和第一夫人的职务,因为我们知道我们的一言一行影响的不仅是自家的女儿还有家家户户的儿女。Kids who tell us, ;I saw you on TV,; ;I wrote the report on you for school.;那些孩子有的说在电视上看到我们,有的说在学校写了关于我们的作业报告。Kids like the little black boy who looked up at my husband, his eyes wide with hope, and he wondered, Is my hair like yours?就像曾有这样的黑人小孩,他抬头望向我的丈夫,他充满希望的睁大眼睛问“我的头发跟你的一样吗?”And make no mistake about it, this November, when we go to the polls, that is what we are deciding.要明白,今年11月当我们去投票的时候,这些才是我们要决定的。Not Democrat or Republican, not left or right. No. In this election, and every election, it is about who will have the power to shape our children for the next four or eight years of their lives.而不是决定要选民主党还是共和党,左派还是右派,不是的。在这次大选以及每一次的大选中,我们真正要决定的是谁将有能力塑造我们孩子未来4到8年的生命。And I am here tonight because in this election, there is only one person who I trust with that responsibility, only one person who I believe is truly qualified to be president of the ed States, and that is our friend Hillary Clinton.今天我站在这里,是因为在这次大选之中,我能委以此重任的人只有一个,我心目中只有一个人有资格成为美国的总统,那就是我们的朋友希拉里克林顿。201611/479546NO.2Working Girl《打工女郎》 苔丝前往新的工作岗位,向上司报到。这是她第一次见老板,一位精明的女人。非常职业的语言,威严含蓄的表达,恰当地提醒着两人彼此不同的身份。特别值得注意的是对话的开头部分,女老板一五一十的陈述要求,简洁清晰,不容抗拒。也许天下的老板都是一样的。单词通缉令1. Underwater position 困境,艰难的地步2. ground rules 基本程序3. link n. 连接4. tough a. 强硬的5. warranted a. 有正当理由的6. accommodating a.肯通融的7. accurate a.准确的;精确的8. punctual a.严格守时的9. impeccable a.无懈可击的;无缺点的10. shabbily ad.衣衫褴褛地;不体面地11. terrific a.糟糕的12. input n.提供的看法13. rewarded a. 得到奖赏的14. pitiful a.可怜的15. cut out for… 生来就合适;天生合适……Katherine Parker: Well, I think he’s in an 1)underwater position. All right, so that’s our first and second call, and then we’ll see where we are. Right, I’ll count the minutes. Bye. Thanks. So, Tess, a few 2)ground rules. The way I look at it, you are my 3)link with the outside world. People’s impression of me starts with you. You’re 4)tough when it’s 5)warranted, 6)accommodating when you can be, you’re 7)accurate, you’re 8)punctual and you never make a promise you can’t keep. I’m never on another line, I’m in a meeting. I consider us a team Tess and as such we have a uniform, simple, elegant, 9)impeccable. Dress 10)shabbily they notice the dress. Dress impeccably, they notice the woman. Coco Channel.Tess: How am I look?Katherine: You look 11)terrific. You might want to rethink the jewelry. I want your 12)input Tess. I welcome your ideas and I like to see hard work 13)rewarded. It’s a two-way street on my team. Am I making myself clear?Tess: Yes, Katherine.Katherine: And call me Katherine.Tess: OK.Katherine: So, let’s get to work, shall we? This department’s profile last year was damn 14)pitiful. Our team has got its work 15)cut out for it. OK, thanks.凯瑟琳#8226;帕克:啊,我认为他的处境很艰难。好的,那么这是我们前两次的电话,然后我们看看我们会发展到哪一步。好的,我会算好时间。再见。谢谢。好的,苔丝,有一些基本程序。我是这样看的,你是我和外界的联络员。人们对我的印象始于你。有理时你要强硬,必要时也可以稍加通融,你要准确、守时和讲信用。我不会在电话的另一端帮你,我要开会。我把大家视为一队伍,苔丝,正因为这样,我们有队,简单,高贵,完美无瑕。衣着寒酸,人们只会注意衣。衣着完美,他们就会注意这个女人。科克#8226;沙诺的话。苔丝:你看我怎么样?凯瑟琳:很糟糕。你也许该重新审视你的饰物。苔丝,我需要你提供看法。我欢迎你的建议,我希望看到值得嘉奖的努力工作。我们的队伍是一条双行道。我说的话你清楚吗?苔丝:是的,凯瑟琳。凯瑟琳:就叫我凯瑟琳吧。苔丝:好的。凯瑟琳:那么我们开始工作吧,好吗?这个部门去年的业绩真是可怜。我们团队正合适这项工作。好了,谢谢。句子模仿秀每一位成熟、有责任心的人都应该永远记住这句话,对待工作、朋友和宾客都应该以此为准则。寥寥数句概括了一种工作准则和做人的精神。某一天当你对同事或老外说出这一番话,注意他们脸上的表情,那将会过瘾得很!学习指导背诵跟读,最佳背诵时间9秒钟。句子模仿秀这是一句可口可乐的广告语,经典句子,必背佳句!特别适合女性。学习指导跟读背诵,最佳背诵时间为6秒钟。句子模仿秀句子的重点在cut out for it,首先要正确理解这一短语,分析其语法作用。在句子中这一短语修饰的是名词work。学习指导抄写背诵,最佳背诵时间为3秒钟。 /200603/5394

  【学习提示】第一步:先听,理解句子;第二步:看原文模仿!【原声模仿】1. You shouldn’t have to go.2. There are plenty of young man to fight for China.3. So you will die for honor. /200605/7339

  Next, Ill travel to the ancient city of Jerusalem to talk with my good friend, Prime Minister Netanyahu,接下来,我要前往耶路撒冷古城,与我的老朋友——以色列内塔尼亚胡总理探讨about bringing peace and prosperity to both our nations.如何将和平与繁荣带到彼此两国。Israel is an important American ally, but in recent years we havent always treated them that way.以色列是美国的重要盟友,但近年来我们不总以盟友的方式对待彼此。Its time to renew our friendship.现在,是时候重建我们的友谊了。While Im there, Ill also meet with President Abbas of the Palestinian Authority in Bethlehem to discuss ways to advance peace between Israel and the Palestinians.在以色列访问期间,我还会在伯利恒与巴勒斯坦民族权力机构总统阿巴斯会面,探讨如何推进以色列与巴勒斯坦的和平进展。From there, Ill head to the Vatican, where I will have the great honor of an audience with Pope Francis.我还将从那里出发到达梵蒂冈,我将非常荣幸地拜见方济各教皇。I look forward to speaking with the Pope about how Christian teachings can help put the world on a path to justice, freedom, and peace.我期待与教皇探讨基督教教义如何能帮助世界走上公正、自由、和平之路。I will also meet with friends and allies in Europe at a gathering of NATO in Brussels and at the G-7 Summit in Italy.此外,在布鲁塞尔的北约国家集会和意大利的G7峰会上,我还会与欧洲的朋友及盟国领导人会面。201706/515056

  简介: Don’t screw up again; this is your last chance.screw up 意为 do something incorrectly. 译文:不要再出错了,这是你最后一次机会了。 /200612/9784。

  【中文这样说】总是有很多人占线!【英文对比翻译】Chinese Style——There’re a lot of sparrows stopping on the telephone lines.American Style— There’re a lot of sparrows sitting on the telephone lines. /200604/6384

  This week, I traveled to Chicago to deliver my final farewell address to the nation, following in the tradition of Presidents before me. It was an opportunity to say thank you. Whether weve seen eye-to-eye or rarely agreed at all, my conversations with you, the American people – in living rooms and schools; at farms and on factory floors; at diners and on distant military outposts – are what have kept me honest, kept me inspired, and kept me going. Every day, I learned from you. You made me a better President, and you made me a better man. Over the course of these eight years, I have seen the goodness, the resilience, and the hope of the American people. Ive seen neighbors looking out for each other as we rescued our economy from the worst crisis of our lifetimes. Ive hugged cancer survivors who finally know the security of affordable health care. Ive seen communities like Joplin rebuild from disaster, and cities like Boston show the world that no terrorist will ever break the American spirit. Ive seen the hopeful faces of young graduates and our newest military officers. Ive mourned with grieving families searching for answers, and Ive found grace in a Charleston church. Ive seen our scientists help a paralyzed man regain his sense of touch, and our wounded warriors walk again. Ive seen our doctors and volunteers rebuild after earthquakes and stop pandemics in their tracks. Ive learned from students who are building robots and curing diseases and who will change the world in ways we cant even imagine. Ive seen the youngest of children remind us of our obligations to care for our refugees, to work in peace, and above all, to look out for each other. Thats whats possible when we come together in the slow, hard, sometimes frustrating, but always vital work of self-government. But we cant take our democracy for granted. All of us, regardless of party, should throw ourselves into the work of citizenship. Not just when theres an election, not just when our own narrow interest is at stake, but over the full span of a lifetime. If youre tired of arguing with strangers on the internet, try to talk with one in real life. If something needs fixing, lace up your shoes and do some organizing. If youre disappointed by your elected officials, then grab a clipboard, get some signatures, and run for office yourself. Our success depends on our participation, regardless of which way the pendulum of power swings. It falls on each of us to be guardians of our democracy; to embrace the joyous task weve been given to continually try to improve this great nation of ours. Because for all our outward differences, we all share the same proud title: Citizen. It has been the honor of my life to serve you as President. Eight years later, I am even more optimistic about our countrys promise. And I look forward to working along your side, as a citizen, for all my days that remain. Thanks, everybody. God bless you, and God bless the ed States of America.201701/490091

  Secretary Kerry: President Aoun, thank you for your very generous introduction and thank you for the invitation to be here on this very, very special day. Jim Bean, Henry Nasella, members of the board, faculty, parents, friends, and especially the brilliant and charismatic class of 2016.You know, the Garden is about as good as it gets for a commencement. All you have to do is just look up there at the banners heralding the Boston Bruins Stanley Cup championship in 2011. I know some of you come from somewhere else, but youre here. The 17th Celtics championship banner thanks to the second coming of the ;Big Three.; And with my chauvinism of 28 years representing the state in the Senate, Ill tell you this is a living reminder that Boston is the number-one sports town anywhere. Now, at the moment, for the Red Sox ;anywhere; just happens to be first place, while the Yankees are in last. So dont let anyone tell you that our country is not moving in the right direction.Now, graduating class, I got to tell you, you really do look spectacular. I want you to – I mean, just look around you. Classmates of every race, religion, gender, shape, size – 85 countries represented and dozens of languages spoken. You are the most diverse class in Northeasterns history – in other words, you are Donald Trumps worst nightmare. Now, you may not know it, but there is at least one thing that truly unites you: Youre all going to be in really big trouble if you forget that Sunday is Mothers Day.Now, to the parents who are here – moms and dads – if you feel anything like I did when my daughters graduated, your emotions have to be mixed – a little bit sad, a little bit relieved – – incredibly proud, and absolutely blown away by how short the interval is between diapers and diplomas.Now, speaking of blown away, I want to congratulate you guys for just getting here in time for this ceremony. Im told you had to report at 8:00 a.m.Audience: (Inaudible.)Secretary Kerry: Well – – I mean, I got to tell you, thats either crazy early or crazy late depending on whether you actually went to bed. But why would the last night be different from the rest of your college career, right?Now, Ive given a few commencement speeches before, and the biggest challenge is always to follow everything thats come before you, particularly the student speakers. And I want to thank Annika and Ben, and I want to thank Kwesi and Distilled Harmony for making my job a lot tougher today. Thank you.I really want you to know that I accept this honor with great humility, and particularly because Northeastern was kind enough to bestow an honorary degree on my daughter Vanessa last year, who was involved in a global health program which you recognized. I come here absolutely promising not to sugarcoat reality because that is the last thing that you need. No one here needs to be told that life can be a struggle, whether its over grades or affording tuition or something more complicated – friends, family, illness, or the death of a loved one. No words of mine can change those realities, and no lecture can lessen the loss.And as we were reminded earlier, you are still mourning the tragic loss of Victoria McGrath and Priscilla Perez Torres. Even before, on Patriots Day 2013, when Victoria was among those hurt by a terrorists bomb, this community felt the weight of a wounded world. So this morning, we grieve and we celebrate all at the same time. And in a way, there is no better shorthand description of life itself. And no better two-word summary of this gathering, I think, today than, ;Northeastern strong, Huskies strong.;Now, I have learned – (applause) – I have learned that resilience is really just the beginning of what Northeastern is all about. Service is at the heart of this institution. So its no surprise that Northeasterns effort to keep faith with those who keep America safe is actually unparalleled. We can be proud that Northeastern graduates veterans at a rate 30 percent above the national average. And to soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines, from one veteran to so many others, I am proud to say that the class of 2016 is the rule, not the exception. Thank you, Northeastern, and thanks to all of you who have worn or wear our nations uniform.Now, I am honored this morning to address a university family that thankfully is unafraid, utterly unafraid to look beyond our borders and into the future. And its also almost cliché to say that you have global vision, but Northeastern really does, and its different. President Aoun tests the limits – your bold commitment to experiential learning, your leadership on the environment, the opportunities for international study, a new campus in Silicon Valley, and cutting-edge research in things like high-rate nano-manufacturing. And class of 2016, believe me, if you are mastering a technology that your parents cant even pronounce, you are doing something right. (Laughter and applause.)And just think, after today youre going to have a leg up on Facebooks Mark Zuckerberg. Youll actually have a college degree. In fact, Northeasterns example should speak to every one of us about the massive transformation that is taking place around the world. Northeasterns gone global. Our leading corporations are going global. Health and medicine and film are going global. And you dont have to be great at math to understand that our economy cant grow if we dont sell things to the 95 percent of the worlds customers who live in other countries. You dont have to be a doctor to understand that we cant be healthy if we cant fight things like Ebola and Zika that may originate overseas but makes us just as sick as the people they first hurt far, far from our shores. And many of you were in elementary school when you learned the toughest lesson of all on 9/11. There are no walls big enough to stop people from anywhere, tens of thousand miles away, who are determined to take their own lives while they target others. Not in a clash of civilizations, but in an assault, a raw assault on civilization itself.201605/444964

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