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unit 47邀请致谢dialogue英语情景对话A:Have you enjoyed your weekend?A:周末过得好吗?B:Yes, its been marvelous. it really was very kind of you to invite me. I hope it hasnt been too much trouble.B:是的,很好。您邀请我真是太好了。我希望没给你们添太多的麻烦。A:Not an all. Weve really enjoyed having you. I hope youll come and stay again next time youre in Changsh.A:一点都不麻烦。和你一起,我们真的很愉快。希望你下次来长沙时,再来我们这里一起聚聚。 /201505/372444

Did you hear what happened to Mike in Accounts?你听说财务部的Mike出事了吗?No. What?不知道。他怎么了?He got arrested on Friday night and spent the night in jail.他星期五晚上被捕,而且被关了一个晚上。No. Really, what happened?不会吧。到底是怎么回事?Well, it was all a big mistake, actually.哦,其实是个大误会。He got home on Friday night really late, and apparently hed been out drinking with some clients, so he was really drunk.他星期五晚上很晚才回家,他显然是和几个客户出去喝了几杯,而且喝得烂醉。Was he out with the guys from the bank?他是跟的那些人出去吗?Yes, I think so.我想是吧。Oh, yeah, they always get really drunk.噢,是啊,他们老是喝得烂醉。Well, anyway, hed somehow lost his wallet and his house keys, so he couldnt get in.噢,反正他就是弄丢了钱包和家里的钥匙,所以没办法进门。He lives alone, you know.你也知道,他是一个人住。Oh, really. I thought he lived with his wife.真的嗅。我以为他跟老婆住在一起。No, she left him last year.并没有,她去年离开他了。Oh, really? Do you know why?嗅,真的吗?你知道是为什么吗?Hang on, let me finish telling you what happened.等等,先让我把事情的经过说完。Where was I?我说到哪儿了?He lost his wallet and keys.他弄丢了钱包和钥匙。Oh yes, well, he tried to climb in through the bathroom window, but apparently he slipped and broke the glass with his foot.噢,对。他想从浴室的窗户爬进去,可是显然摔了一跤,脚踢碎了玻璃。The neighbors heard him and thought a robbery was in progress, so they called the police.邻居听到了声音,以为有人要闯入,于是叫警察来。Oh, no.噢,不会吧。Yes. So when the cops arrived, they didnt believe his story:是啊,结果警察来了以后,并不相信他的说法。you know, he lost his wallet so he had no ID;你也知道,他弄丢了钱包,所以身上没有身份。the neighbors were new and didnt know him, so he couldnt get the police to believe his story.邻居是新来的,也不认识他,所以他没办法让警察相信他的说法。So they arrested him and put him in a cell until the morning.结果警察就逮捕了他,并把他关在构留所里,直到第二天早上。So then what happened?结果后来又怎么了?Well, when he sobered up, he called someone from work to come and bail him out.哦,等他酒醒以后,他打电话请公司的人来保他出去。Well, thats a bit of a tricky situation.俄,这种情况不太好处理。Yes, I know.是啊,我知道。 /201602/426862

忐忑英语:Marriage主题口语训练(1)。看完这个全英文英语说话课程实录,你知道应该找谁训练自己的口语了,你也知道什么训练是自己最受益的训练了。做人要做这样的人,受训要受这样的训。忐忑英语:英语相同,训练有别。 /201604/436661

栏目简介:很多人都说中国人喜欢说客套话,该客套的时候客套,不该客套的时候,大家都在客套。不光是中文,在英文中客套的词语也是满天飞。今天,Jeremy老师就将为您教授英语中的客套常用语。我们一起来看看吧!本期内容:You have good taste 你真有品位 (本栏目主播为:Teacher Jeremy,欢迎关注微:Jeremy杨家成) /201503/365435

37.I cant find my air ticket我的机票找不到了Useful Expressions常用语句1.I lost my air ticket.我的机票丢失了。2.I put the air ticket in my shoulder bag.我把机票放在我的肩袋内。3.I dropped it while I was shopping.当我购物时把它掉了。4.I dont remember where I lost it.我想不起来在哪里掉了。5.I dont know the ticket number.我不知道机票号码。6.Luckily I happen to have a copy of my air ticket.很幸运,我还有一份机票副本。7.May I see the counter manager,please?我可以会见柜台经理吗?8.Can I have it reissued?我可以要求补发吗?9.I left my air ticket in my safety box.我把机票放在我的保险箱内了。10.Ive lost the air ticket in taxi.我在出租车上遗失机票了。Practical Conversation实用会话A:Im afraid I have lost my air ticket while I was shopping.我恐怕我是在购物时把机票遗失了。B:Im sorry to hear that.Did you check your shoulder bag carefully?听到此事我很遗憾,你有没有详细检查你的肩袋呢?A:Yes,I checked again and again,but I cant find it.是的,我重复检查过,但我却找不到。A:By the day after tomorrow,can I have the ticket reissued?到后天可以补发机票给我吗?B:Im afraid you cant.我恐怕你不能补发。A:I talked with the manager over the phone and he told me I can have it reissued because I have a copy of my lost ticket.我在电话上跟经理谈过,他告诉我,我可以获得补发,因为我有一份遗失机票的副本。B:Oh,I see.Ill call the manager,then.啊,我知道了,那么我就打电话给经理。 /201502/361018

Jeremy: So Abidemi, you were born in Nigeria, but you moved to Canada and did most of your schooling in Canada.杰里米:阿比德米,你出生在尼日利亚,后来搬到加拿大去生活,你大部分学业是在加拿大完成的。Abidemi: Thats right.阿比德米:没错。Jeremy: Can you tell me a little bit about what the transition was like coming from Nigeria to Canada and doing a Canadian education system?杰里米:你尼日利亚去加拿大并融入加拿大教育体系,你能说说你对这种过渡的感受吗?Abidemi: Sure. For me, it was an interesting experience. Both great and at the same time—hmm, I dont want to say traumatic, but very different in terms of lifestyle. Since I was very young, Id loved traveling. I wanted to travel. So when my family decided to make the move to Canada, I was really excited. But I have to say, I wasnt really prepared. I had no idea where is Canada, America, England—theyre all the same to me at that age. So when we moved and my dad had initially made the move. He went ahead of us. He got a job. He found a place for us to live. And then, I arrived with my mom and my other sisters. There were five girls and we arrived at the airport. And my first memory is looking out, mid-December in Montreal—we arrived at Montreal airport—, looking out, and seeing this white thing covering the ground and thinking, ;What is that? Why is it so white?; And I remember saying to my dad as he drove up to drive us home, ;Lets play in that. I want to play in that. What is that?; So that was my first memory of Canada of the snow. And it was fun. It was great arriving in December but at the same time, it was very cold. Personally, Im not somebody that likes the cold too much, but having the warmth of my family in the midst of that cold made it worth it. It was awesome. And then at school, making the transition was a little harder. At that time, the school we went to, there were not a lot of minorities. So, I think some of the teachers and some of the students werent sure how to get accustomed to us, and we werent sure what to expect either. But everyone tried their best and we flourished. And I went on to high school and then to university. And one of the things was having my teachers—like we were talking about before, recognized the potential in me and my sisters and really encouraging us, and being with my classmates and making friends and having fun with them. And during that time, it was the late 90s, and there were a lot of transitions going on in other parts of the world. So people from different countries, like I remember we had a lot of people from Bosnia because of the war coming to my high school, and from other parts of the world, from Asia, so it was a really multicultural school—high school that I went to. So learning about other cultures through my friends, too, made it really worth it. So Im certainly glad that my family made the move. Its opened up amazing opportunities for me as well. And being able to come now to Japan and teach English, that was because of that. So yeah, although it was hard in ways that I hadnt imagined, but it was so worth it. And Ibe grown and Ibe had so many awesome experiences that yeah, Im really thankful for it.阿比德米:当然可以。对我来说那是一次很有趣的经历。那个经历很棒,但是又……我不想用痛苦来形容,不过那是两种完全不同的生活方式。我小的时候非常喜欢旅行。我想到处去旅行。所以,当我的家人决定搬到加拿大生活时,我非常兴奋。不过我也承认,当时我并没有完全准备好。我当时不知道加拿大、美国和英国在哪里,那个时候这些国家对我来说是一样的。我们搬家时,我爸爸先搬去了加拿大。他比我们早过去,他在加拿大找了份工作。他为我们找了住的地方。然后我和我妈妈还有其他一起搬了过去。我们五个女生抵达机场时……我们在12月中旬抵达了蒙特利尔机场,当时我四处张望,我看到地上被白色的东西覆盖了,我还在想“那是什么?地上为什么这么白?”我记得我爸爸开车来机场接我们时,我对他说:“我们在那儿玩吧。我想在那里玩。那是什么?”雪是我对加拿大的第一印象。非常好玩。在12月抵达加拿大感觉太棒了,但是特别冷。个人来说,我不太喜欢那种寒冷,不过在寒冷中感受到家庭的温暖还是值得的。那种感觉很棒。至于上学,完成过渡有些艰难。当时,我们上的那所学校没有很多少数族裔。所以,一些老师和学生不知道如何让我们适应新生活,当然我们也不知道应该怎样做。不过所有人都竭尽全力,而且我们表现得很好。然后,我在加拿大上了高中和大学。我们之前谈到过,我们让老师认可了我和我们的潜力,这让我们受到了鼓舞,可以和同学和睦相处,而且交到了朋友,一起度过了快乐时光。那是上世纪90年代末,世界其他地方也在经历着过渡期。我们学校招收了很多来自不同国家的学生,我记得有很多波斯尼亚人因为躲避战争来到我念的高中,当然学校也招收了一些来自亚洲等其他地方的学生,所以我上的高中是一所多元文化的学校。我通过朋友们学到了其他国家的文化,我认为这非常值得。我很高兴我们家搬到了加拿大。那为我打开了不可思议的机会之门。我现在能来到日本教英语,也是受益于此。虽然经历了一些我没有想到的艰难,不过我认为那很值得。这段经历让我更成熟,而且我还体验了如此精的生活,我非常感激。 译文属 /201704/503723


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