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Schooling and Education It is commonly believed in the ed States that school is where people go to get an education.Nevertheless, it has been said that today children interrupt their education to go to school. The distinction between schooling and education implied by this remark is important. Education is much more open-ended and all-inclusive than schooling. Education knows no bounds. It can take place anywhere, whether in the shower or in the job, whether in a kitchen or on a tractor.It includes both the mal learning that takes place in schools and the whole universe of inmal learning. The agents of education can range from a revered grandparent to the people debating politics on the radio, from a child to a distinguished scientist. Whereas schooling has a certain predictability, education quite often produces surprises.A chance conversation with a stranger may lead a person to discover how little is known of other religions.People are engaged in education from infancy on.Education,then,is a very broad, inclusive term. It is a lifelong process, a process that starts long bee the start of school, and one that should be an integral part of one's entire life. Schooling, on the other hand, is a specific, malized process, whose general pattern varies little from one setting to the next. Throughout a country, children arrive at school at approximately the same time, take assigned seats, are taught by an adult, use similar textbooks, do homework, take exams, and so on. The slices of reality that are to be learned, whether they are the alphabet or an understanding of the workings of government, have usually been limited by the boundaries of the subject being taught. example, high school students know that they are not likely to find out in their classes the truth about political problems in their commies or what the newest filmmakers are experimenting with. There are definite conditions surrounding the malized process of schooling. 035Everyday English每日会话:The Way -01-7 19::3 来源: Bobby: How's tricks this week Kelly?Kelly: Pretty good, thanks Bobby. What about yourself? Bobby: Everything is just great me. But I feel a little washed out. Kelly: Really? I have a similar feeling - like I just need to disappear a few weeks to recharge my batteries. Bobby: Maybe we could just take-off and escape? Kelly: No we can't. We have responsibilities that we can't back-out from. Bobby: Like what! Kelly: Like school, our part-time jobs and our families! Bobby: Oh yeah! I didn't think that one through too carefully. 鲍比:这周过得怎么样凯丽? 凯丽:很好,谢谢鲍比你呢? 鲍比:每个人对我都很好,可我觉得有点儿疲惫 凯丽:是吗?我也有类似的感觉,就好象是需要消失几个星期给自己冲一下电 鲍比:也许我们可以离开,去逃避一下? 凯丽:不行我们不能这么做我们身上有很多责任不能逃避 鲍比:什么责任? 凯丽:比如说学校、我们的兼职工作还有我们的家人! 鲍比:噢没错!我没好好考虑过这些事------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEW WORDS (生词) 1) Tricks: everything in your life 生活中的一切事情 Tricks has many meanings but in this context it is a question meaning 'how is your life'. “Tricks”有很多意思,在本文中是一个问句,意思是“你过得怎么样?” ) Washed out: tired and bored with your life 很疲惫,对生活厌倦了 Whenever I feel washed-out I go on a quick holiday and then I feel much better. 每当我感到疲惫的时候就休一个短暂的假期,之后就会觉得好多了 3) Recharge: to out life or energy back into something 充电、重新注入生命或活力 Every night I recharge my mobile phone and myself! 每天晚上我都给手机和自己充电! ) Back-out: when you agree to do something and then change you mind 收回:同意做某事后又反悔 So many times I want to back-out of my job, but then I remember the pay at the end of the month. 有好多次我想辞掉工作,可是接着就会想到每个月底发的薪水 Dialogue(对话) Jessie: If you could back-out of all your responsibilities and run away, where would you go? Tina: To a distant island along way from everyone. Jessie: What would you do all day? Tina: Lie on the beach and sleep to recharge my batteries. Jessie: Sounds ideal. I would go to a big, busy city. Tina: Why would you go somewhere full of strange people? Jessie: So I wouldn't see anyone who knew me at all. Tina: And what would you do all day? Jessie: Shop! Shop until I couldn't shop any more. Tina: I will sing you a song about running away then! 杰西:如果你能够推开所有的责任去逃避的话你会去哪? 蒂娜:到一个偏僻的岛上,避开每个人 杰西:那你每天做什么? 蒂娜:躺在沙滩上睡觉给自己充电 杰西:听起来很理想我会去一个繁忙的大都市 蒂娜:你为什么要去一个谁都不认识的地方呢? 杰西:这样我就一个熟人也碰不到了 蒂娜:那你每天会做什么? 杰西:购物!购物!直到不能再买了为止 蒂娜:那么我给你唱一首关于逃避的歌吧 每日 nbsp 鲍比 一个A ever Friend "A friend walk in when the rest of the world walks out." Sometimes in life, you find a special friend; Someone who changes your life just by being part of it. Someone who makes you laugh until you can't stop; Someone who makes you believe that there really is good in the world. Someone who convinces you that there really is an unlocked door just waiting you to open it. This is ever Friendship. when you're down, and the world seems dark and empty, Your ever friend lifts you up in spirits and makes that dark and empty world suddenly seem bright and full. Your ever friend gets you through the hard times,the sad times,and the confused times. If you turn and walk away, Your ever friend follows, If you lose you way, Your ever friend guides you and cheers you on. Your ever friend holds your hand and tells you that everything is going to be okay. And if you find such a friend, You feel happy and complete, Because you need not worry, Your have a ever friend life, And ever has no end. 66883The Salinity of Ocean Waters If the salinity of ocean waters is analyzed, it is found to vary only slightly from place to place. Nevertheless, some of these small changes are important. There are three basic processes that cause a change in oceanic salinity. One of these is the subtraction of water from the ocean by means of evaporation - conversion of liquid water to water vapor. In this manner the salinity is increased, since the salts stay behind. If this is carried to the extreme, of course, white crystals of salt would be left behind. The opposite of evaporation is precipitation, such as rain, by which water is added to the ocean. Here the ocean is being diluted so that the salinity is decreased. This may occur in areas of high rainfall or in coastal regions where rivers flow into the ocean.Thus salinity may be increased by the subtraction of water by evaporation, or decreased by the addition of fresh water by precipitation or runoff. Normally, in tropical regions where the sun is very strong, the ocean salinity is somewhat higher than it is in other parts of the world where there is not as much evaporation. Similarly, in coastal regions where rivers dilute the sea, salinity is somewhat lower than in other oceanic areas. A third process by which salinity may be altered is associated with the mation and melting of sea ice. When sea water is frozen, the dissolved materials are left behind. In this manner, sea water directly beneath freshly med sea ice has a higher salinity than it did bee the ice appeared. Of course, when this ice melts, it will tend to decrease the salinity of the surrounding water. In the Weddell Sea Antarctica, the densest water in the oceans is med as a result of this freezing process, which increases the salinity of cold water. This heavy water sinks and is found in the deeper portions of the oceans of the world. 69

不要借口真爱难求而紧闭心扉获得爱的最快途径是给予;失去爱的最快办法是握得过紧;维持爱的最好办法是给爱以双翅 不要让生活的脚步过于匆忙以至忘记你过去的足迹和你今后的人生目标 不要忘记人的最大情感需求是希望被欣赏 Five balls in life by Brian Dyson Imagine life as a game in which you are juggling some five balls in the air.You name them —work,family,health,friends and spirit and you’re keeping all of these in the air. You will soon understand that work is a rubber ball. If you drop it, it will bounce back .But the other four balls—family,health,friends and spirit are made of glass these ,they will be irrevocably scuffed, marked ,incked ,damaged or even shattered .They will never be the same .You must understand that and strive balance in your life . How? Don’t undermine your worth by comparing yourself with others. It is because we are different that each of us is special. Don’t set your goals by what other people deem important. Only you know what is best you . Don’t take granted the things closest to heart. Cling to them as you cling to your life, without them, life is meaningless. Don’t let your life slip through your fingers by living in the past or the future. By living your life one day at a time, you live ALL the days of your life. Don’t give up when you still have something to give .Nothing is really over until the moment you stop trying. Don’t be afraid to admit that you are less than perfect. It is this fragile th that binds us each together. Don’t be afraid to encounter risks. It is by taking chances that we learn how to be brave. Don’t shut love out of your life by saying it’s impossible to find . The quickest way to receive love is to give; the faster way to lose love is to hold it too tightly; and the best way to keep love is to give it wings. Don’t run through life so fast that you get not only where you’ve been, but also where you are going. Don’t get that a person’s greatest emotional need is to feel appreciated. Don’t be afraid to learn . Knowledge is weightless, a treasure you can always carry easily. Don’t use time or words carelessly. Neither can be retrieved. Life is not a race, but a journey to be savored esch step of the way. 91990

“discuss”商业洽谈中的日常用语 -- :6: 来源: 赞成 I agree. *比较生硬的说法 I think it very important. (我认为这个问题很重要) I agree. (我同意) I agree with that. Im with you. *“对,对”、“很好嘛”、“我赞成”、“OK” Im it. I dont agree. (我反对) 我也这样认为 I think so, too. *更口语的说法 Tokyo is too expensive. (东京的物价太贵) I think so, too. (我也这样认为) 好哇! Anything you say! Let see a movie. (我们去看电影吧) Anything you say! (好哇!) Im with you. Okay, let. Youre in charge. Youre the boss. I agree with you. 没有异议 No objection! 我不反对 I dont have any objection to it. *objection “异议”、“反对”、“不从”、“反对理由” What do you think of my proposal? (你觉得我的建议怎么样?) I dont have any objection to it. (我不反对) I have no objection to it. I dont object to it. No problem here. Sounds alright to me. 我觉得那样很好 That fine with me. How tomorrow? (明天怎么样?) That fine with me. (我没问题) That sounds good. Sounds like a good idea to me. 很好! Fine. *这是种常用的表达方式,表示带有“无可挑剔的”、“不错的”、“好的”等语感 How was the proposal? (这个建议怎么样?) Fine. (很好!) How everything? (一切都好吗?) Fine. (很好呀!) Good. It acceptable. Okay. 那就行了 That fair. *用于听到对方给予妥协性的回答时,就对方的意见或行为作出答复,含有“这样才公平、公正”的语气 How does that sound? (那样行吗?) That fair. (那就行了) Fair enough. 我也有同样感觉 You can say that again. *表示“我的看法和你完全一致”,带有同情的语感 That meeting was awful. (那个会开得真糟糕) You can say that again. (我也有同样感觉) Ill say. Definitely. 好像挺有意思 Sounds like fun. *接受别人的邀请或建议时 Let go out! (我们出去玩吧) Sounds like fun. (那一定很有意思) 当然!一定! You bet! *完全赞成对方所说的事的语气 Did you study the test? (快考试了,你准备了吗?) You bet. (当然!一定!) That is sure. You know it. Id bet on it. You can bet on it. Bet on it. Of course. It goes without saying. That goes without saying. You betcha. *俚语 你是反对还是赞成他的主意? Are you or against his idea? 好! Good. *用来向对方表达愉快、批准、同意、满意等心情 How is it? (这个怎么样?) Good. (好!) It good. 太棒了! Great! *比good更要强烈地表示“吃惊的、终于可以松一口气的心情”,还带有“得意洋洋”、“心满意足”的语感 The boss approved my proposal. (老板同意了我的建议) Great! (太棒了!) That great! 好主意 Good idea. Let do this part first. (我们先做这部分吧!) Good idea. (好主意) Good thinking. Bad idea. (馊主意) 你说的有一部分是对的 What you say is partly right. *partly “部分的” Dont you agree? (你同意吗?) What you say is partly right. (你说的有一部分是对的) You are partially correct. I agree with you partially. (我部分同意) 反对 我反对 I dont agree. *比I cant agree.的语气还要强烈,给人一种直接反对的印象 I know Im correct. (我认为我是正确的) I dont agree. (我不这样认为) I dont agree with that. I dont agree with you. I agree. (同意) 我不能同意 I cant agree. *“我不能同意你的意见”,比较礼貌的说法 All politicians are liars. (所有的政治家都是骗子) I cant agree. (我不能同意) I cant agree with that. I cant agree with you. 我怀疑 I doubt it. Do you think it true? (你觉得那是真的吗?) I doubt it. (我怀疑) I dont think so. It not likely to happen. (才不会发生呢!) 我反对 Objection! We found out that he wasnt there. (我们发现他没有在那儿) Objection! (我反对) I object! 你不是这么说的 That not what you said. You didnt say that. 我无法相信 I cant buy that! *buy 除了“买”以外,还有“相信”、“承认”的意思 Im telling the truth. (我说的都是真的) I cant buy that! (我无法相信) That doesnt make sense. (那不合乎道理) That ridiculous! (那太荒谬了) I refuse to believe that. (我不敢相信) 馊主意 Bad idea. *用于不同意对方的提议时 Let cheat. (我们糊弄一回吧) Bad idea. (馊主意) That a bad idea. That not a good idea. Not a good idea. Good. (好哇) 那可不好哦! No good. *用于否定对方的意图、打算、计划时是“那样不好”、“不行”的意思这种表达方式让人觉得说话人有与对方不同的主意 How is it? (怎么样?) No good. (那可不好哦!) That no good. Good. (那很好) 算了吧! Let not. *否定、拒绝对方的提议、定义、暗示 Let go drinking. (我们去喝酒吧!) Let not. (算了吧!) 那怎么可能 That impossible. *很有把握时 He guilty. (他有罪) That impossible. (那怎么可能) Impossible. That cant be. 那完全是胡说八道 That absolute nonsense. I saw you steal the money. (我看见你偷人家钱了) That absolute nonsense. (那完全是胡说八道) Dont be so unreasonable. (别那么不讲道理) That out of the question. (那根本不可能) That quite impossible. (那根本不可能) 行不通 It wont work. *意为“好像怎么也不行”、“好像不顺利”、“好像不妥当”,是No good的较正式的表达方式 I think it a good idea. (我觉得那是一个好主意) It wont work. (恐怕行不通) It will work. (看起来不错) 不总是这样 Not always. You always work late. (你总是工作到很晚啊) Not always. (不总是这样) 不是那样 Not really. *不能同意对方的意见或信息时,有礼貌地加以否定 Do you want to go out dinner? (你想不想去外面吃晚饭?) Not really. (不太想去) Was it fun? (有意思吗?) Not really. (不怎么有意思) It must be expensive. (这个一定很贵吧!) Not really. (也不那么贵) Not especially. 肯定 对,是我 Yes, I am. Are you Ms. Tanaka? (您是田中女士吗?) Yes, I am. (对,是我) Oh, yes! (啊,是!) *充分地肯定 Oh, yeah! No, Im not. (不,不是) 嗯 Yeah. *非常随便地表示同意 Do you like movies? (你喜欢看电影吗?) Yeah. (嗯) 我想是的 I think so. *稍带迟疑的肯定,“好像……吧!” “好像听说是……” Is John off today? (约翰今天休息?) I think so. (我想是吧) I believe so. So they say. So I understand. I suppose so. To my understanding. 是的对 Right. *就问题或想法等表示同意、赞成时“你说得对,完全正确,是那么回事” Youre from Canada, right? (你是加拿大人,对吧?) Right. (对) That right. Yes. Correct. *“与事实相符”、“没错”、“完全正确” That correct. Youre correct. That true. Wrong. (不对) 一点儿没错! Absolutely! *充分肯定的表达方式“一点儿没错,就是那样”,表示完全认可对方所说的话 Is that right? (是那么回事吗?) Absolutely! (一点儿没错!) Do you want to go? (你想去吗?) Absolutely! (特想去) Definitely. That it exactly. Exactly. Not exactly. (未必不全是) 一句话,是 In a word, yes. Is it true? (是真的吗?) In a word, yes. (一句话,是) Absolutely. 完全和你说的一样 Youre perfectly correct. What do you think? (你觉得怎么样?) Youre perfectly correct. (我觉得你说的很对) Youre quite right. Youre absolutely correct. Youre exactly right. 在某种意义上,他是对的 In a sense he right. 啊,对啦! That it! *正中对方话语、行为的核心,惊讶或高兴时用 Let push this button. (摁这个钮看看) That it! (啊,对啦!) Let try this way. (用这个方法试一试) That it! (啊,对啦!) That a winner. Sounds like a winner. That not it. (啊,不对) 正是! You got it. *直译是“我说的话你正确地理解了” Do you mean this one? (你的意思是这个?) You got it. (正是!) Youve got it. That right. You know it. 你说到点子上了 Your answer is to the point. *Your answer is very to the point. 加上very后,句中就含有“确实掌握了要点”的语感 We should fire him. (我们应该解雇他) Your answer is to the point. (你说到点子上了) That a very straightward answer. 应该是吧 I bet. It true. (这是真的) I bet. (应该是的) ①那好吧,拜托您了!那谢谢了②为什么不行? Why not? *Why not? 有两种意思(1)accepting (接受承诺)在别人的建议下回答“麻烦您……”,作“谢谢”时使用() questioning (询问理由)是询问“为什么不行?”的 1) Would you like some more? (您还想再要点儿吗?) Why not? (好的) No reason not to. Sure. Thanks. No problem. ) You cant see your friends today. (今天你不能去见你的朋友) Why not? (为什么不行?) 对啰! Bingo! *俚语表达类似“说对了!”、“猜中了!”的意想不到的喜悦心情 You play tennis, right? (你打网球是不是?) Bingo! (对呀!你说对了) 说得对!说得好! Hear, hear! *对演讲人说出的重大的事情表示充分赞成的表达方式 We should lower taxes! (应该减少税金) Hear, hear! (说得对!说得对!) 是,先生 Yes, sir. *对男性 Yes, maam. *对女性 Id like a wake-up call, please. (请提供叫早务) Yes, sir. (是,先生) No, sir.No, maam. (不,不对) *用于工作中的有礼貌的说法 确实是这样 No doubt. *对别人的意见表示完全同意、赞成时意为“毫无疑问”、“确实是这样” It a hard job. (那是份很辛苦的工作) No doubt. (确实是这样) No doubt about it. You said it. *比较随便的说法 You can say that again. *比较随便的说法 That doubtful. (那是使人怀疑的) 当然可以 Fair enough. *因为fair“公平、公正的”是enough“足够、充分的”,所以意思是“很公平的”、“不得不同意对方的意见” Ill help you after dinner, okay? (晚饭以后我再帮你,行吗?) Fair enough. (当然行!) That fair. That reasonable. 恐怕就是这样了 Im afraid so. *一种将不愉快的事情或对方不想听到的事情告诉对方并表示同情的语感“很遗憾是这样”、“恐怕是这样” Did you lose your wallet? (你丢了钱包?) Im afraid so. (好像是) Do I have to do it again? (我还得重新干吗?) Im afraid so. (恐怕就是这样了) 你的意见有道理 Your opinion is reasonable. *reasonable “有道理的”、“合乎情理的”、“合理的” I dont think it a good idea. (我觉得那不是个好主意) Your opinion is reasonable. (你的意见有道理) Your opinion stands to reason. That a reasonable opinion. Your opinion is unreasonable. (你的意见没道理) 如果你说是的话,那就是吧 If you say so. Im telling the truth. (我在说事实) If you say so. (如果你说是的话,那就是吧) 据我所知,是的 Yeah, as far as I know. Is he coming? (他来吗?) Yeah, as far as I know. (来,据我所知) Yeah, as far as I can tell. Yes, to the best of my knowledge. *恭敬的说法 Yes, I think so. (对,我想是的) 我这就做 Im going to. Have you finished your homework yet? (你已经做完作业了吧?) Im going to. (我这就做) 否定 不,没有 No, Im not. Youre lying. (你在说谎) No, Im not. (不,没有) Yes, I am. (对) 不对 Wrong. *这是种非常强烈的否定表达方式,所以最好考虑使用场合 Youre from Canada, right? (你是加拿大人吧?) Wrong. (不,不对) Right. (对) 那是不对的 That not right. *反对或不同意对方的意见时使用的口语表达方式 Go this way. (走这条路) No, that not right. (不,那么走不对) That not correct. Correct. (对,是这样) 你的想法根本上就是错误的 Your idea is fundamentally wrong. *fundamentally “根本地”、“本质上地” Everyone lies. There is nothing wrong with it. (大家都撒谎,这没什么不好的) Your idea is fundamentally wrong. (你的想法根本上就是错误的) There is something fundamentally wrong with your idea. Your idea lacks morals. (你的想法真缺德) 我不是那个意思 That not what I mean. Are you saying youre better than I am? (你是说你比我出色吗?) That not what I mean. (我不是那个意思) I didnt mean that. You misunderstood me. (你误会我了) 哪儿有的事儿当然不是 Certainly not. *比较正式的说法强烈地否定对方所指责或暗示的事情 Did you cheat? (你骗人了吧?) Certainly not. (哪儿有的事儿当然不是) Of course not. *否定的是显而易见的,根本无须发问时使用 Of course. (当然) 没有,从来没有 No, never. Havent you been abroad? (你还没去过外国吗?) No, never. (没有,从没去过) 不,一点儿都不 No, not a bit. Arent you tired? (你不累吗?) No, not a bit. (不,一点儿都不累) 肯定不对! No way! *用来强烈否定对方的主张和申诉 I think she pregnant. (我觉得她怀了) No way! (绝对不会) Never. (绝对不是那么回事) Definitely not! Absolutely not! Absolutely. (绝对一点儿没错) 怎么可能呢? How can that be? I cant find my wallet. (我找不到我的钱包了) How can that be? (怎么可能呢?) How could that be? That impossible. How can it be true? 在这一点上我们意见分歧 We dont agree on this point. 我没说那个 Im not talking about that. ..., but he rich. (……可他有钱吧!) Im not talking about that. (我没说那个) What Im saying is another matter. That not what Im talking about. 这个嘛……! Uh-uh. *非常随便的否定说法在熟悉的同伴中使用 Are you free tonight? (今晚你有空吗?) Uh-uh. (这个嘛……) Uh-huh. (嗯) 那样不行 That wont do. 他呀,不行 He wont do. 那也太没道理了 That makes no sense. He got a promotion. (他升官了) That makes no sense. (那也太没道理了) That doesnt make sense. Makes sense. (可以理解合乎情理) That makes sense. (这事儿可以理解合乎道理) 不是我 Not me. *当被指责“你干了……吧!”或“你说了……吧!”时给予的回答“我没做”“我没说”较随便的口语说法 Who broke my coffee cup? (谁把我的咖啡杯给打碎了?) Not me. (不是我) It wasnt me. I didnt do it. (我没干那事) I didnt say that. (我没说那事) Im innocent. (我是清白的) 我否认 I deny that. *正式的说法在受到指责,否认其申述或陈述时 I heard you say it. (我听你这么说的) I deny that. (我否认) 含糊其辞的回答 也许吧 Maybe. *虽然有可能性,但较接近于No, 概率只在0%左右,让人听上去是否定的语气与perhaps同义possibly更拘泥于形式,但同样含有消极的语感probably的可能性较大,语感积极,概率在80%到90%左右,给对方以肯定的,即Yes的感觉 Can you finish the report by Friday? (星期五之前你能写完那篇报告吗?) Maybe. (也许吧) It may possibly rain, but it will probably be sunny again. (也许下雨,但可能过会儿又会晴了) Possibly. Perhaps. Probably. 不完全 Not exactly. *“不能说完全是那样”、“不能断定就是那样”的意思 Do you agree? (你同意吗?) Not exactly. (不完全同意) Not quite. 可能是吧 I guess so. *不能明确断定,“好像是”、“是吧”等推测的表达方式 Dont you think Japanese people are healthier? (你不觉得日本人更健康些吗?) I guess so. (可能是吧!) I suppose so. 也许是真的吧 It might be true. *听上去是不太肯定,接近于No (不)的感觉 Do you think it true? (你觉得那是真的吗?) It might be true. (也许是真的吧) It possible. 可能会吧 It could be. *听对方说了许多之后,自己也觉得“可能会吧”时使用 What do you think? (你觉得怎么样?) It could be true. (也许吧!) That could be. That could be true. 我不太清楚 Im not sure. *没把握说时,或不知道时 Is he in the office now? (他现在在办公室吗?) Im not sure. (我不太清楚) Im not certain. I cant say sure. 但愿是这样 I hope youre right. Itll be sunny tomorrow. (明天是个好天吧) I hope youre right. (但愿是这样) 有那么点儿 Sort of. Is your dog big? (你的大吗?) Sort of. (说大也大吧!) Kind of. 差不多吧! It something like that. Is this it? (是这个吗?) Yeah, it something like that. (嗯,差不多吧) That about it. Thatll do. That about right. 那得看情况 It depends. Dont you think you can save more money in Tokyo? (你不觉得在东京能攒更多的钱吗?) It depends. (那得看情况) *on a case by-case basis “基于具体情况” That depends. 也许是,也许不是 Maybe yes, maybe no. *虽然有话要说,但又不想让对方明白时 Are you going to ask him? (你打算去问他吗?) Maybe yes, maybe no. (也许问,也许不问) 但愿如此 Hopefully. *表达虽然无法约定,但仍渴望能够实现的心情 Can you play tomorrow? (明天能去比赛吗?) Hopefully. (但愿能去) I hope so. 不能保 There no guarantee. *带有也许不可能一切顺利的语感, 但可以感觉到成功的概率很高 Will it make money? (能挣大钱吗?) There no guarantee. (不能保) I cant guarantee it. 我想是的 I think so. *可以用于各种场合表达“我想是的”、“是那样”的语感 Will it rain today? (今天会下雨吗?) I think so. (我想会吧) 我说不好 I cant say. *不愿意说出秘密或不足以提出意见时 Do you know where they are? (你知道他们在哪儿吗?) I cant say. (我说不好) I couldnt say. I cant say certain. I cant say sure. I couldnt say certain. 也是也不是 Yes and no. *无法断定是“是”还是“不是”时 Are the people friendly? (那些人都很友善吗?) Yes and no. (也是也不是) Fifty-fifty. *俚语 喜忧参半一半一半 Half and half. *表示不能断言好还是不好,无法确定的心情同时有向对方表示事情进展得不顺利、搁浅的语感 Is that new plan effective? (那个新计划有效果吗?) Half and half. (嗯,难说) 我会试试 Ill try. *“试试”、“努力” Can you find him? (你能找到他吗?) Ill try. (我会试试) Ill do my best. Ill try to. 怎么说呢 It difficult to say. *用于难以立刻回答时 Is your boss nice to you? (你的老板对你好吗?) It difficult to say. (怎么说呢) It hard to say. 还可以更好点 Could be better. *考虑到对方的心情,避免给予对方否定的回答“还有发展的余地”、“不能说是最好的” Is he a good salesman? (他是个很好的推销员吗?) Could be better. (还可以更好点) 他给我的回答很含糊 He gave me an ambiguous answer. *ambiguous “可以有两种以上理解的,模棱两可的” His answer was very vague. He wasnt very clear. 保留意见 让我想想 Let me think about it. So, you should buy it now. (所以,你应该现在就买) Let me think about it. (让我想想) Give me time to think it over. 请给我点儿时间考虑 I need some time to think it over. I need more time to think about it. 我会考虑的 Ill consider it. *正式的说法表达不能马上回答时,有“请给我时间考虑”、“让我考虑考虑”的语感 Do you like my idea? (你接受我的建议吗?) Ill consider it. (我会考虑的) 我考虑考虑吧 Ill think about it. *比Ill consider it.的说法更随便,比直接拒绝语气要缓和 Will you come to my party? (你来参加我的晚会吗?) Ill think about it. (我考虑考虑吧) Ill sleep on it. *俚语 Ill give it some thought. 我得琢磨琢磨 Ill think it over. Will you approve the proposal? (你同意我的计划吗?) Ill think it over. (我得琢磨琢磨) 请给我一个晚上的时间考虑 Let me sleep on it. Please give me a raise. (请给我涨工资) Let me sleep on it. (请给我一个晚上的时间考虑) 我得研究研究 Ill see what I can do. We need longer breaks. (我们的休假有必要再长一些) Ill see what I can do. (我得研究研究) 提出、询问意见 你呢? How about you? *回答了别人的问题后,用这句反问对方,有助于对话的顺利进行 I like New York in June. How about you? (我喜欢6月的纽约,你呢?) Me, too. (我也是) What about you? 你觉得呢? What do you think? *用来询问“怎么样?”、“你的意见呢?” What do you think? (你觉得呢?) I think it all right. (我觉得没关系) What do you say? How about it? What do you think? What your answer? 你的意见呢? What your opinion? What your viewpoint? What your point of view? 你的建议呢? What your suggestion? What do you suggest? 还有别的吗? What else? Anything else? What left? Missing anything? 什么问题都可以 Any question will do. *催促别人提问时“请提问题吧” Ask anything. 你有什么建议吗? What do you recommend? What do you think is the best? 你不这样认为吗? Dont you think so? *征求对方同意 Cant you see it? 你同意吗? Do you agree? *比较正式的说法 给我一个明确的答复 Give me a definite answer. *definite “明确的” I want a definite answer. (我希望得到明确的答复) I need a definite answer. (我需要一个明确的答复) “是”还是“不是”? Is it “yes” or “no”? Yes, or no? 这可不算答复 It doesnt answer my question. That no answer. That not what I want to know. (这不是我想知道的事情) You didnt answer my question. (你没有回答我的问题) 你没有希望赢 You dont stand a chance. *stand a chance “有可能性” Im running mayor. (我的目标是成为市长) You dont stand a chance. (你没有希望赢) 我已经忍无可忍了 It the last straw. *It the last straw.是句谚语,出自The last straw breaks the camel back. 意思是往骆驼身上放稻草,放得太多时,就是一根也会把骆驼的脊背压断即忍耐超过了限度,就会爆发 That it. It the end. It the limit. I cant take it anymore. 让我听听您的直言 Let me hear your candid opinion. *candid “直率的,不客气的” Please tell me what you honestly think. 你有什么更好的主意吗? Can you think of anything better? Have you got a better idea? 有什么不满意的吗? Any complaints? *complaint“不平”、“不满意”、“抱怨的原因” Any complaints? (有什么不满意的吗?) No, Im satisfied. (没有,我心满意足) Do you have any complaints to make? Do you have anything to complain about? 你不满意什么? What is your complaint? What are your complaints? What are you dissatisfied with? 我是个有气量的人 Im fairly broad-minded. *broad-minded “心胸宽阔,宽宏大量” 这是一个难得的机会 That kind of chance comes once in a blue moon. *once in a blue moon “稀少的,很少” I went out with a gorgeous girl last night.(我昨天晚上和一个非常漂亮的姑娘约会了) That kind of chance comes once in a blue moon. (这是一个难得的机会) 照我的想法…… In my opinion... What do you think? (你认为如何?) In my opinion, we need to cut costs. (我的想法是,我们必须减少经费)*有人用According to my opinion..., 这种表达方式是错误的 I think... 我的意思是…… What I meant was... Do you mean fire people? (你的意思是要裁人?) No, what I meant was we need to use cheaper materials. (不,我的意思是必须使用更便宜的材料) What I wanted to say was... 我想是的 I think so. 我想不是 I dont think so. 我认为这要看个人的看法 I think it is a matter of opinion. I think that depends on one opinion. 那并不重要 It not important. 那是个好主意 That a good idea. 那是胡说 That not true. 对了没错! That right! 我可负担不起 I cant afd it. 值得一看 It worth a look. 这不,你看…… You see... *非常随便的说法 Why? (为什么?) You see, we need to stay competitive. (你看,我们必须在竞争中坚持住) The reason is... 我可跟你说清楚 Let get this straight. *“我得先把话说清楚”、 “这点我可告诉你” 这样引起对方的注意力之后,表达自己的意见才有效果 Let get this straight, Im the boss. (我得先说清楚,我是老板) Yes, sir. (是的,先生) 我是不会做那种事儿的 I would not do that. I would not do that. (我是不会做那种事儿的) I believe you. (我相信你) I wouldnt do that. I wouldnt ever do that. (我是绝对不会做那种事儿的) Im not the kind of person who would do that. (我不是做那种事的人) 还有更厉害的呢 You aint seen nothing yet. *正确的语法关系来说,应该是You havent seen anything yet.直译是“你还有很多没看到呢” A) Shibuya is very crowded. (涉谷人多得要命) B) You aint seen nothing yet. You should see Shinjuku. (你没看到更厉害的呢,你去新宿看看)*美国朋友A来到日本 不要画蛇添足了 Let leave well enough alone. *直译是“这样就很好了,保持别动了”表示“这种状态就很好,所以如果再修改的话就会画蛇添足” One more hand. (再玩一次吧) Let leave well enough alone. (这样就行了,到此为止吧!)*玩扑克游戏时 Let quit while were ahead. Let not try to improve the results. *这种表达方式不常使用 肯定是我的幻觉 It must be my imagination. *imagination “空想”、“想像” 从长远来看…… In the long run,... Tax cuts are a good idea. (减税是个好主意) But, in the long run, it not good the country. (但从长远来看,对国家没有什么好处) 叙述、询问理由 为什么? Why? I got to lock the door. (我忘了锁门了) Why? (为什么?) 为什么? How come? *比why?还要口语 I didnt like the movie. (我不喜欢那部电影) How come? (为什么?) 你怎么会那么想呢? What makes you think that? I think she in love with you. (我想她爱上你了) What makes you think that? (你怎么会那么想呢?) Why do you say that? Why do you think that? 告诉我为什么 Tell me why. What the reason? (理由是什么?) 是怎么发生的? How did it happen? My car broke down. (我的汽车出故障了) How did it happen? (是怎么回事?) How did that happen? 你干吗要去做这种事呢? What are you doing this ? *当不明白对方为什么要做毫无理由的事情的时候使用 Why are you doing this? What the reason youre doing this? Why are you doing something like this? (你干吗要干这样的事呢?) 你为什么干那样的事呢? Why did you do that? Why did you do that? (你为什么干那样的事呢?) I didnt know I wasnt supposed to. (我不知道不能这样做) What made you do that? Why did you do something like that? How could you? How could you do that? 是什么原因呢? What causes it? *cause“成为……的原因”、“引起” The river is getting dirty. (那条河越来越脏) What causes it? (为什么会这样呢?) What causes it? (是什么原因?) Air pollution. (由于空气污染) What is it caused by? 请给我解释一下 Explain it to me. Youd better start explaining. 为什么不行? Why not? *在被对方否定时,反驳对方“为什么不行?”,还含有“当然可以”、“同意”的意思 You cant wear the red pants. (你不能穿那条红裤子) Why not? Theyre my favorite. (为什么不能?这是我最喜欢的裤子) Why cant I? Is there a reason? (有理由吗?) 你怎么那么高兴? What are you so happy about? What are you so happy about? (你怎么那么高兴?) It a wonderful day. (今天是最棒的一天) You seem especially happy today. (你今天显得特别高兴) What makes you so happy? *更随意的说法 为了什么? What ? I made this big box! (我做了个这么大的箱子) What ? (干什么用?) what? What is this ? (这个用来干嘛?) 为了谁? who? I bought this gift today. (今天我买了一份礼物) who? (给谁买的?) Who is it ? 你旅行的目的是什么? What the purpose of your visit? *出境游时,边防检查官的问话 What brought you here? (你为什么来这儿?) 没有理由不让做吧 No reason not to. Why do you want to do that? (你为什么想做那件事?) No reason not to. (没有理由不让做吧) Why not? What wrong with it? Why shouldnt I? 你怎么在这儿? Why are you here? *根据说话方式的不同,有时会让对方听起来不礼貌 我告诉你为什么…… Ill tell you why... This is the reason why... 总之,是这么回事儿 In brief, it like this. *比较随便的说法,用在说出重点之前虽然不是正式的说法,但可用于所有情况 In short, it like this. In a word, it like this. To sum up, it like this. 它的由来是这样的…… It started like this... How did Edison make the light bulb? (爱迪生是怎样发明灯泡的呢?) It started like this... (它的由来是这样的……) This is its history... This is the way it began... 原来如此! That why! *比较随便的说法 Why doesnt it work? (为什么不动呢?) You have to turn it on first. (你得先打开开关) Oh, that why! (哦,是这样啊!) 所以…… That why... That why I like her. (所以我喜欢她) I see. (我明白了) 指出错误 我觉得你错了 I think youre mistaken. I think youve been misled. 你错了 Youre wrong. That man is Mr. Smith. (那位是史密斯先生) Youre wrong. He Mr. Sheehan. (你错了,他是希恩先生) Youre incorrect. 那是谁的错呀? Whose fault is that? *含有责备对方的语感 Whose fault is it? Who to blame? 吃不着葡萄就说葡萄是酸的(还嘴硬!) I think it sour grapes. *sour grapes是意为“酸葡萄”、“不认输”的惯用表达方式它来自有名的伊索寓言“狐狸看到树上长满了诱人的葡萄,可是怎么也够不着时,就说那葡萄是酸的,算了吧”狐狸嘴硬,但却不得不死心 I think it a case of sour grapes. 那随你的便 That up to you. *up to... 表示“随……的便”、“由……决定” Should I buy a red car or a blue car? (我是买红色的汽车还是买蓝的?) That up to you. (那就随便你喽) You choose. You decide. 你没说到点儿上 That not the point. He poor because he lazy. (他很穷是因为他很懒) That not the point. (你没说到点儿上) That not the issue. That not what Im talking about. 对不起,那是我的 Excuse me. That mine. *当发现别人错拿走什么东西时使用 That doesnt belong to you. (那不是你的) Excuse me, that not yours. (对不起,那不是你的) I think that belongs to me. (我想那是我的) 日常英语 英语口语

8个月后, 邦妮再一次从俄怀明来到我们医院这回, 与她同行的是头新养的健康小克莱德-一条9个月、充满活力与爱心的、与谍犬混种的猎邦妮的生活又掀开了新的一页Soul to SoulI worked at the Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital as a counselor1) in the Changes Program. We help people deal with the experience of losing a pet, whether through illness, accident or euthanasia). One time, I had a client named Bonnie, a woman in her mid-fifties. Bonnie had driven an hour and a half to see if the doctors at the hospital could do anything to help her fourteen-year-old black standard poodle, Cassandra, affectionately called Cassie. The dog had been lethargic3) a week or so and seemed to be confused at times. She had been told earlier that morning by neurologist Dr. Jane Bush that Cassie had a brain tumor) that could take Cassie’s life at any time. Bonnie was devastated5) to learn that her companion animal was so ill. That was when Bonnie was introduced to me. The Changes Program often helps people while they wrestled with the difficult decision of whether to euthanize a pet or let nature take its course. Bonnie had graying, light-brown wavy hair that she pulled back into a large barrette. She had sparkling light blue eyes that immediately drew my attention, and there was a calmness about her that told me she was a person who thought things through, a woman who did not make hasty decisions. twenty years, Bonnie had been married to a man who mistreated her. Bonnie had tried many, many times to leave him, but she just couldn’t do it. Finally, when she turned ty-five years old, she found the courage to walk away. She and Cassie, who was four years old at the time, moved to Laramie, Wyoming, to heal the old hurts and begin a new life. Cassie loved her and needed her and, Bonnie, the feeling was mutual. There were many rough times ahead, but Bonnie and Cassie got through them together. Six years later, Bonnie met Hank, a man who loved her in a way that she had never been loved. They were married one year later. Their marriage was ripe with discussion, affection, simple routines and happiness. Bonnie was living the life which she had always hoped. One morning, Hank was preparing to leave work at his tree-trimming6) service. As always, he and Bonnie embraced one another in the doorway of their home and acknowledged out loud how blessed they were to have each other. Bonnie worked at home that day rather than going into her office, where she held a position as an office assistant. Late in the afternoon, her phone rang. When she picked it up, she heard the voice of the team leader who headed the search-and-rescue service which Bonnie was a volunteer. Bonnie was often one of the first volunteers called when someone was in trouble. That day, Margie told her a man had been electrocuted7) on a power line just two blocks from Bonnie’s house. Bonnie dropped everything, flew out of her house and jumped into her truck. When Bonnie arrived at the house, she saw an image that would be engraved in her mind the rest of her life. Her beloved Hank hung lifelessly from the branches of a tall cottonwood tree. All of the training that Bonnie had received about safely helping someone who has been electrocuted left her. She wasn’t concerned about her own safety. She had to do everything she could to save Hank. She just had to get him down. She grabbed the ladder stowed in her truck, threw it up against the house and began climbing. Bonnie crawled onto the top of the roof and pulled Hank’s body out of the tree toward her. Miraculously, even though she touched his body, which was touching the power line, she was not electrocuted herself. She pulled Hank onto the brown shingles of the roof and cradled his head in the crook of her arm. She wailed as she looked at his ashen8) face. His eyes stared out into the bright blue Wyoming sky. He was dead. Gone. He could not be brought back to life. She knew to the core of her being that the life they shared was over. In the four years that followed Hank’s death, Bonnie tried to put her life back together. She was up-and-down, but mostly down. She lived with the frustration of not having said good-bye, of not having the opporty to said all of the things she wanted to say, of not being able to comt him, soothe him, help him leave his life and move into the next. She wasn’t prepared this kind of ending. It was not the way she wanted her best friend, her lover, her partner to die. When Bonnie finished talking, we both sat in silence a while. Finally said, “Would you like Cassie’s death to be different from Hank’s?I’m talking now, Bonnie, about euthanasia. With euthanasia, you won’t have to worry about coming home from work and finding Cassie dead, and you can ensure that she won’t die in pain. If we help Cassie die by euthanasia, you can be with her, hold her, talk to her and comt her. You can peacefully send her on to the next life. The choice is up to you. Bonnie’s eyes opened wide. Her shoulders relaxed and her face softened in relief. “I just need control this time, ”she said. “I want this death to be different from Hank’s- my girl. ”The decision was made to euthanize Cassie that afternoon. I left the two of them alone, and Bonnie and Cassie spend the next few hours lying outside under the maple tree. When it was time, Bonnie brought Cassie into the client comt room, an area that those of us associated with The Changes Program had adapted to be more conducive9) to humane animal death and client grief. The dog was lying down by Bonnie, who was on the floor on a soft pad. Bonnie began to pet and talk to her. “There you are, girl. You’re right here by Mom. Everything is okay. ”The time euthanasia arrived and Cassie was sleeping peacefully, her head resting on Bonnie’s stomach. She looked comtable, very much at ease. Dr. Bush whispered, “May we begin the procedure?”And Bonnie nodded in affirmation. “But first,”she said softly, “I would like to say a prayer. ”She reached out to take our hands and we all reached out our hands to one another. Within this sacred circle, Bonnie softly prayed, “Dear Lord, thank you giving me this beautiful dog the past fourteen years. I know she was a gift from you. Today, as painful as it is, I know it is time to give her back. And, dear Lord, thank you bringing these women to me. They have helped me beyond measure. I attribute their presence to you. Amen. ”Through our tears, we whispered our own “amens”, all squeezing one another’s hands in support of the rightfulness of the moment. And then, while Cassie continued to sleep peacefully on her caretaker’s belly, the doctor gave the dog the final injection. Cassie did not wake up. Through it all, she did not move. She just slipped out of this life into the next. It was quick, peaceful and painless, just as we had predicted. Immediately following Cassie’s passing, I made a clay impression of her front paw. I handed the paw print to Bonnie and she held it tenderly against her cheek. We all sat quietly until Bonnie broke the silence, saying, “If my husband had to die, I wish he could have died this way. ”Six weeks later, I received a letter from Bonnie. She had scattered Cassie’s remains on the same mountain where Hank’s were scattered. Now her two best friends were together again. She said somehow Cassie’s death, and especially the way in which she had died, had helped her resolve the death of her husband. “Cassie’s death was a bridge to Hank me,”she wrote. “Through her death, I let him know that if I had had the choice when he died, I would have had the courage and the dedication necessary to be with him when he died, too. I needed him to know that and I hadn’t been able to find a way. Cassie provided the way. I think that is the reason and the meaning of her death. Somehow, she knew she could re connect us, soul to soul. ”Eight months later, Bonnie traveled again from Wyoming to the Veterinary Teaching Hospital. This time, she brought her new, healthy puppy Clyde---a nine-month-old Lab mix, full of life and love. Bonnie was beginning a gain. 53

Sometimes our fate resembles a fruit tree in winter Who would think that those branches would turn green again and blossom, but we hope it, we know it.有时我们的命运就像冬天里的一棵果树:当时,谁会去想这棵果树的枝叶会再次变绿,开花,但我们一直怀有希望,并坚定着信念Welcome to the most easily misunderstood season of all, winter, a beautiful season of intimacy and reflection. I’m Faith at Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax.Winter gives us the opporty to stay inside and look outside, as we're not called outdoors to enjoy the warmth and sunshine. Snuggle up in the sofa, put a blanket over you, have a cup of hot cocoa, and enjoy the observations on this precious season…Winter is the time comt, good food and warmth, the touch of a friendly hand and a talk beside the fire It is the time home.During the winter I am content,or try to think I am. There is a wonderful joy in leaving behind the noisy city streets and starting out along the white road that leads across the hills. With each breath of the sharp, reviving air one seems to inhale new life. A peace as evident as the sunshine on the fields takes possession of one's inner being. The trivial cares are driven away by the first sweep of wind that comes straight from the mountains. The intense silence that broods over the snow-bound land is a conscious blessing from the nature. 57

遇到麻烦时英语怎么表达 -- :38:7 来源: 遇到麻烦时I cant speak English.No English! (我英文不行)我的英语不太好My English isnt good enough.请安排一位会说日语的人A Japanese-speaking person, please.请再说一遍Pardon me?Arent you John? (你不是约翰吗?)Pardon me? (什么?请再说一遍?)Excuse me?I beg your pardon?Could you repeat that?您说什么?What did you say?您能慢一点儿说吗?Would you slow down, please?Please say it more slowly.我们想请一位会说日语的导游Id like a Japanese-speaking guide, please.What can I do you? (您有什么事?)Id like a Japanese-speaking guide, please. (我们想请一位会说日语的导游)I want a Japanese-speaking guide.有会说日语的人吗?Does anyone speak Japanese? *用于当无法用英文表达自己想说的事情时Does anyone here speak Japanese?Is there a Japanese speaker here?我们语言不通I cant make myself understood. *make oneself understood 表示“(用外语等)表达自己的意思,让别人明白自己的感觉”I cant get my point across.I cant get through to him. (无法让他明白)我不知道这用英文怎么说I dont know how to say it in English.I dont know it in English.I cant express it in English. (我不能用英文表达)日语中的“义理”用英文怎么说?How do you say “giri” in English?How do you say “giri” in English? (日语中的“义理”用英文怎么说?)You say, “obligation”.(用英文是obligation. What “giri” in English?How should I say“giri”in English?How can I express“giri”in English?What the English word “giri”?英文管这叫什么?What do you call this in English?失窃叫警察!Call the police!Call the police! (叫警察)Sure thing! (好的)Please call help! (快叫人帮助)我的包被偷了I had my bag stolen.My bag was stolen.Somebody stole my bag.我该告诉谁?Who should I report it to?失物招领处在哪儿?Where is the Lost and Found?什么样的包?What kind of bag?What kind of bag was it?里面都有什么?What was in it?里面有多少钱?How much was in it?我们找到后会跟你联系的Well call you if we find it.Well contact you when we find it.您能填一下儿这张表吗?Could you fill out this m? *fill out表示在空白处填写m为“表格”Please fill out this m.请您写一下被盗经过Please give me a report on the theft. *theft “窃案,偷盗”Please fill out a report on the theft.日本大使馆在哪儿?Where is the Japanese Embassy?我的护照丢了I lost my passport.My passport is missing.I cant find my passport. (我找不到我的护照了)Ive misplaced my passport. (我忘了把护照放到哪儿了)这儿有会说日语的人吗?Does anyone here speak Japanese?能补发一本吗?Can I get it reissued?请取消我的卡号Please cancel my card number.我该怎么办?What should I do?What should I do? (我该怎么办?)You should ask the man over there. (你该去问问那边那个人)What do I need to do?呼救十万火急!It an emergency!快叫大夫!Please call a doctor.救命啊!Help! *无论什么样的紧急情况下都可以用Help! (救命啊!)What happened? (怎么了?)Somebody! (来人呀!)Help me! (帮帮我!)小偷!Thief! *遇到小偷或扒手时,用这样的喊声来引起周围人的注意Robber! 日常英语 英语口语

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