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【地道口语每日一句】我好高兴—I'm so wrapped -- :18:30 来源: I’m so wrapped.我好高兴wrap作动词时,意为“包裹”而wrapped是形容词,表示“在恋爱中的,狂热发昏的”,试想热恋中的人们通常是不是都很快乐呢?所以I’m so wrapped.作为习语,表示“我很高兴”的意思eg:I'm so wrapped that I got 0 in the final examination.我真高心我这次期末考试得了0分 地道 口语 每日

实用口语:毕业季之“租房”英语大盘点 -- :9: 来源:   6月份是高校毕业生离校的季节初入社会的他们没有了学校和老师的庇护,万事都要自己面对和解决住宿问题大概是他们毕业后首先需要解决的问题今天我们就来说说与租房有关的英语表达  1. This house is rent  此房出租  . It's really a bargain  租金很便宜  3. I want to rent a furnished house  我想要有家具的房子  . That house is sale. It has central heating  此房出售,房子里有供暖设备  5. What kind of furniture do you like?  你喜欢什么样的家具?  6. This is a rather old house. It needs painting  这房子挺旧的,得刷一下才行  7. I want an apartment with two bedrooms and a kitchen  我想要一套有两间卧室和一个厨房的公寓  8. The houses downtown are very expensive  市区的房子很贵  9. How much is the rent a month?  每月租金多少?  . I feel at home living here. The landlady is very kind to me  我觉得住在这里像在家里一样房东太太对我很好  . We have a few kitchen things and a dining room set  我们有一些厨房用具和一套餐厅设备  . There's no gas range in the kitchen, but you can use the electric stove  厨房里没有煤气灶,但你可以用电炉  . There is a shower in the bathroom  浴室里有淋浴器  . I have a dog, but it's very quiet  我有一只,不过它很安静  . The room has a big closet. You can put your baggage in it  房间里有一个很大的壁橱,你可以把你的行李放进去 英语 大盘 租房 口语

“加马力”怎么说 -01-7 00::31 来源: 这辆车年代太久了,最好找家改装公司加大车的马力,给车提提速“加马力”在英文中可表示为“soup up(an enginea car)”(直译:给车喂点汤)讲“soup up an engine”(加大发动机的马力)之前,先来一下soup(汤、羹)的历史“Soup”源于法语词“soupe”,原指“浸在肉汤里的面包片”,随着时间的推移,逐渐用来形容“肉汤、汤羹”后来,人们在使用soup(汤、羹)的过程,逐渐衍生出一系列有关它的比喻义,用来指代各种“浓汤般的东西”,如浓雾、化学元素混合剂由“化学元素混合剂”,soup进一步延伸,可表示“炸药、加速剂”上世纪30年代,soup曾一度用来形容“注入赛马体内的兴奋剂”正是在如上“加压、加力、加速”比喻义的基础上,soup up(加大发动机的马力)于1931年进入英语词汇,其宾语可以是“car”,也可以是“engine”此外,soup up还可指“使生动活泼、使气氛热烈”,如The appearance of candidates has souped up the political rally.(候选人的出席使这次政治集会气氛热烈起来)(英语点津陈蓓编辑) 怎么 soup 加大 马力

  

  .Coal-fired power plants The invention of the incandescent light bulb by Thomas A. Edison in 1879 created a demand a cheap, ily available fuel with which to generate large amounts of electric power. Coal seemed to fit the bill, and it fueled the earliest power stations. (which were set up at the end of the nineteenth century by Edison himself). As more power plants were constructed throughout the country, the reliance on coal increased throughout the country, the reliance on coal increased. Since the First World War, coal-fired power plants had a combined in the ed States each year. In 1986 such plants had a combined generating capacity of 9,000 megawatts and consumed 83 percent of the nearly 900 million tons of coal mined in the country that year. Given the uncertainty in the future growth of the nearly 900 million tons of coal mined in the country that year. Given the uncertainty in the future growth of nuclear power and in the supply of oil and natural gas, coal-fired power plants could well provide up to 70 percent of the electric power in the ed States by the end of the century. Yet, in spite of the fact that coal has long been a source of electricity and may remain on many years(coal represents about 80 percent of ed States fossil-fuel reserves), it has actually never been the most desirable fossil fuel power plants. Coal contains less energy per of weight than weight than natural gas or oil; it is difficult to transport, and it is associated with a host of environmental issues, among them acid rain. Since the late 1960's problems of emission control and waste disposal have sharply reduced the appeal of coal-fired power plants. The cost of ameliorating these environment problems along with the rising cost of building a facility as large and complex as a coal-fired power plant, have also made such plants less attractive from a purely economic perspective. Changes in the technological base of coal-fired power plants could restore their attractiveness, however. Whereas some of these changes are intended mainly to increase the productivity of existing plants, completely new technologies burning coal cleanly are also being developed. 3。

  九句搭讪用语 -01-7 00::1 来源: 看到美女帅哥,是不是有想要上去搭讪的冲动?下面就教你几句"搭讪"用语似曾相识:拉近和对方的距离You look like someone I know.你跟我一个朋友长得好像Haven't we met bee?我们之前见过吧?借题发挥:只要有心,总是有借口That's a great haircut.你的发型很棒(To the bartender) I'll have what the handsome gentleman (beautiful lady) is having.(对酒保说)我要跟这位帅哥(美女)点一样的东西略施小惠 :说这话可是有目的Can I buy you a drink?我可以请你喝一杯吗?You have a great smile.你的笑容很美趁虚而入:此句可以列入防狼手册,单身MM注意了Are you here alone?你一个人在这儿吗?What's a handsome guy (pretty girl) like you doing here alone?像你这样的帅哥(美女)怎么会落单?单刀直入:太直接了吧?What do you say we go somewhere quiet...我们另外找个安静的地方如何……(来源:旺旺英语学习网 英语点津 Annabel 编辑) 用语 美女 帅哥 一个

  After Work 下班以后 -01-6 3:8:5 来源: Celia : Shall I punch out you, Rose? I'm leaving now. Rose : No, thanks. I've to work overtime. Celia : But today is Friday. You're not going to work overtime on Friday evening, are you? Rose : Well, I am. I'll have to finish this report next Monday's meeting....Is Ted coming to pick you up? Celia : No. We'll meet at my house. He invited my family to spend the weekend with his family at their villa. Rose : That's nice. Where is his villa? Celia : It's not his villa, but his father's. I think it's somewhere in Florida. I'm not sure myself. Rose : Sometimes I envy you a lot. Ted is a good guy. Celia : Come on. You just haven't met the right person. And I think that you work too much. You should learn how to entertain yourself and enjoy your life. Rose : I know, but I am a work maniac. Celia : Well, suit yourself! I've got to run now. Rose : Have a nice weekend! Celia : You too.... Oh, I got to tell you one thing. A guy called this afternoon. He said he was your ex-boyfriend. He wanted you to call him back. Rose : Did he mention anything else? Celia : No, nothing else.... See you Monday. Rose : See you. Vocabulary 注释 1. to punch out 同 "clock out (off)" 指下班打卡签退反之为"punch in", "clock in (on)', 上班打卡签到 . maniac n.狂热、狂人 以后 Rose Celia work口语讲解:“宁愿……,而不愿……”英语怎么说? -- :9: 来源: 编辑点评:今天我们要学习的句型是 "I'd rather...",用来表示“更愿意做……”它的否定形式是 "I'd rather not...",另外也可以加上 "than..." ,表示“宁愿……,而不愿……”  I'd rather... 我宁愿……  用法透视  这个句型表示“更愿意做……”,也可以加上“than...”,表示“宁愿……,而不愿……”  持范例  1.I've some of Hemingway's stories in translation, but I'd rather them in the original.  我读过一些翻译的海明威的小说,但是我更愿看原著  .I'd rather not go out tonight, it's too cold.  今晚我宁愿不出去,太冷了  3.I'd rather have the red than the green one.  我宁愿要红色的,而不要绿色的  会话记忆  A:Hey, look at my new shirt. What do you think about it?  嘿,看我的新裙子,怎么样?  B:Just so-so. Where did you get it?  一般从哪儿买的?  A:I bought it on a street market. A real bargain!  在街市上买的,真的很便宜  B:I'd much rather buy expensive but good qualityclothing, because it is not only nice but lasts a long time.  我宁愿买贵而质量好的衣,因为那既好又耐穿 怎么 英语 讲解 口语口语要素例精选 -- ::38 来源: 口语要素例精选 1. It's up to you.(由你决定) . I envy [羡慕]you.(我羡慕你) 3. How can I get in touch with you? . Where can I wash my hands? (请问洗手间在哪里?) 5. What's the weather like today?(今天天气如何?) 6. Where are you headed [朝…方向行进]? (你要到哪里去?) 7. I wasn't born yesterday.(我又不是三岁小孩) 8. What do you do relaxation[消遣、]?(你做什么消遣?) 9. It’s a small world.(世界真小!) . It’s my treat[请客、款待] this time.(这次我请客!) . The sooner the better. (越快越好) . When is the most convenient [方便的;便利的] time you? . Take your time.(慢慢来别着急) . I'm mad about Bruce Lee.(我迷死李小龙了) I'm crazy[着迷的;狂热爱好的] about rock music. (我对摇滚乐很着迷) . How do I address you?(我怎么称呼你?) . What was your name again? (请再说一次名字好吗?) . Would you care [喜欢] a cop of coffee?(要被咖啡吗?) 18. She turns me off.(她使我厌烦) 19. So far so good.(目前为止,一切都好) . It drives[逼迫;迫使] me crazy.(它把握逼疯了) 1. She never showed up[出席;露面].(她一直没有出现) . That's not like him.(那不象是他的风格) 3. I couldn't get through.(电话打不通) . I got sick and tired of hotels.(我讨厌旅馆) 5. Be my guest.(请便、别客气) 6. Can you keep an eye on my bag?(帮我看一下包好吗?) 7. Let's keep in touch.(让我们保持联系) . Let's call it a day[决定或同意暂时或永久停止(进行某事)]. 9. I couldn't help[避免;阻止] it.(我没办法) 30. Something's come up[发生出现].(有点事出事了) 31. Let's get to the point[要点核心问题].(让我们来谈要点) 3. Keep that in mind.(记住那件事) 33. That was a close call.(太危险了千钧一发) . I'll be looking ward to it.(我将期待这一天) 35. Chances are slim[渺茫的;微小的].(机会很小) 36. Far from it.(一点也不) 37. I’m behind in my work.(我工作进度落后了) 38. It's a pain in the neck[麻烦的事(人)].(那真是件麻烦事) 39. We're in the same boat.(我们处境相同) 0. My mouth is watering.(我在流口水了) 1. What do you recommend?(你推荐什么?) . I ache all over.(我浑身酸痛) 3. I have a runny nose.(我流鼻涕) . It's out of the question.(这是不可能的) 5. Do you have any openings?(你们有空缺吗?) 6. It doesn't make any difference.(没什么差别无所谓) 7. I'm fed up[极其厌烦] with him.(我受够他了) 8. You can count on[指望;依赖] us.(你可以信赖我们) 9. It doesn't work.(坏了;不动了) 50.It's better than nothing.(总比什么都没有好) 51. Think nothing of it.(别放在心上) 5. I'm not myself today.(我今天心神不宁) 53. I have a sweet tooth.(我喜欢吃甜食) 5. I can't express[表示;表达;表明] myself very well in English. (我不能很好地用英语表达自己) 55. the time being.(暂时;暂且;目前) 56. This milk has gone bad.(这牛奶变质了) 57. Don't beat around the bush. (别拐弯抹角了) 58. It's up in the air[悬而未决].(尚未确定) 59. Math is beyond[对某人而言难以想象理解估计] me.(我对数学无能为力) 60. It slipped my mind.(我忘了) 61. You can't please[使人感到满意和愉快] everyone.(你不可能讨好每一个人) 6. I'm working on[着手;从事] it.(我正在努力) 63. You bet!(当然!) 6. Drop me a line[短信].(写封信给我) 65. Are you pulling my leg[同某人开玩笑;取笑]?(你在开我玩笑吗?) 66. Sooner or later.(迟早会的) 67. I'll keep my ears open.(我会留意的) 68. It isn't much.(那是微不足道的) 69. Neck and neck.(不分上下) 70. I'm feeling under the weather.(我觉得不舒精神不好情绪低落) 71. Don't get me wrong[误解].(不要误会我) 7. I'm under a lot of pressure.(我压力很大) 73. You're the boss.(听你的) 7. It doesn't make any sense!(毫无意义!) 75. If I were in your shoes[处在某人的位置].(如果我是你的话) 76. What's this regarding?(这是关于哪方面的?) 77. Over my dead body!(休想!) 78. Can you give me a hand[帮手;援助]?(你能帮个忙吗?) 79. We have thirty minutes to kill[消磨;打发(时间)].(我们有三十分钟空闲时间) 80. Whatever you say.(随便你) 81. It'll come to me.(我会想起来的) 8. You name[具体地(说出来)] it!(你说出来) 83. Time will tell.(时间会明的) 8. I will play it by ear[见机行事;临时现做].(我会见机行事的;到时候再说) 85. You should take advantage of[利用] it.(你应该好好利用这个机会) 86. Let's talk over coffee.(我们边喝边谈) 87. Take it easy.(轻松一点;别紧张;放松放松;再见) [这是美国人最喜欢说的话,也可作离别用语] 88. I'm easy to please[使…高兴;讨…喜欢].(我很容易取悦相处) 89. Let's give him a big hand.(让我们热烈鼓掌) 90. As far as I'm concerned.(就我而言) 91. I'm all mixed up.(我全搞混了) 9. Let's get together one of these days.(找一天聚聚) 93. He's behind the times.(他落伍了跟不上时代了) 9. I'm pressed time.(我时间紧迫) 95. I'm up to my ears[忙得不可开交;深陷于某事物中] in work.(我忙死了) 96. You can't do this to me.(你不能这么对我) 97. Just to be on the safe side. (为了安全起见) 98. I hope I didn't offend you.(希望没有冒犯你) 99. It won't take much time.(不会花很长时间的) 0. It's been a long time.(好久不见了) 1. It’s nothing.(小事情;不足挂齿) 1. It’s a long story.(说来话长) 1. It's about time.(时间差不多了) 1. It's incredible.(难以置信!) 1. It's hard to say.(难说) 1. I can't imagine why.(我想不通为什么) 1. That can't be.(不可能) 1. That's really something.(真了不起) 1. Are you sure?(你确信吗?) 1. Are you crazy?(你疯了吗?) 1. Excuse me a moment.(失陪一会儿) 1. I mean it. I'm serious. I'm no kidding!(我是认真的) 1. I'll consider this matter.(我会考虑这件事的) 1. I'll do something about it.(我会想办法的) 1. What are you talking about?(你在说些什么?) 6. I'm afraid I can't.(恐怕我不行) 7. I'm dying[很想] to see you.(我真想见你) 8. I'm flattered.(过奖了) 9. I'm not in the mood.(我没心情) 0. I'm so scared.(我怕极了) 1. I can't make[赶上] it.(我去不了我赶不上) . You can never tell.(不知道谁也没把握) 3. I won't buy[相信;接受] you story.(我不信你那一套) . It hurts like hell!(疼死啦!) 5. It can't be helped.(无能为力) 6. Sorry to bother you.(抱歉打扰你[事前]) Sorry to have bothered you.(抱歉打扰你[事后]) 7. I'm always punctual.(我总是很准时) 8. You may leave it to me.(交给我来办) 9. I wish I could.(不行)[委婉表达法] 0. What's the rush?(什么事那么匆忙?) 1. What's so funny(有什么好笑的?) . I couldn't agree more.(我完全同意) 3. Stay out of this matter, please.(请别管这事) 1. Don't just shake you head.(别光摇头,想想办法!) 5. Don't jump to conclusions.(别仓促过早下结论) 6. That was a lousy movie.(那电影糟透了!) 7. Have you thought about staying home?(是否考虑在家呆着?) 8. I'll come. I give you my word.(我会来的我向你保) 9. I swear I'll never tell anyone.(我发誓不告诉任何人) 0. I'll make it up to you.(我会赔偿的) 1. I'm very really terribly awfully extremely sorry.(十分抱歉!) . give me breaking my promise.(原谅我食言) 3. Let's give and get.(让我们摈弃前嫌) . I've heard so much about you!(久仰大名!) 5. Don't underestimate me.(别小看我) 6. She gives me a headache.(她让我头疼) 7. It's very annoying.(真烦人) 8. He often fails to keep his word.(他常常不遵守诺言) 9. You made me feel ashamed of myself.(你让我感到羞愧) 0. I hope it turns out all right.(我希望结果很好) 1. I can't handle this alone.(我无法单独处理这事) . How long will it take to have this radio fixed?(修理这收音机要多久?) 3. Come to me if you're in any difficulty.(有困难来找我) . Who do you think you are?(你以为你是谁?) 5. You're wasting you breath.(你在白费口舌) 6. It doesn't seem like that.(似乎不象是那样) 7. Don't get on my nerves!(不要搅得我心烦) 8. Everything will be fine.(一切都会很好) 9. I'll be y in a few minutes.(再过几分钟就好了) 0. I wonder what happened to him.(我不知道他出什么事了) 1. You are just trying to save face.(你只是想挽回面子) . His argument doesn't hold water.(他的论点站不住脚) 3. Your face tells it all.(你的表情透露了一切) . The days are getting longer.(白天越来越长了) 5. You've got to do something.(你一定要想办法) 6. I hope this will teach you a lesson.(希望这会给你一个教训) 7. I feel younger than ever.(我觉得比以前年轻) 8. It's a hard job, but I hope he can make it. (这不是件容易的差事,但我希望他能做到) 9. Don't look wise.(别自作聪明) 0. I'm afraid all my efts were in vain.(我担心我的努力全白费了) 1. What happened to you memory?(你的记性是怎么搞的?) . You're going too far!(你太过分了!) 3. Don't bury your head in the sand.(不要逃避现实) . I have no other choice.(我别无选择) 5. I don't have the nerve to do it.(我没胆勇气去做) 6. It's a matter of life and death.(事关生死) 7. Nothing works.(什么都不对劲儿) 8. Money will come and go.(钱乃身外之物) 9. He's been behind bars almost 30 years.(他坐了将近30年牢) 180. If I had known that, I could have helped you. (假如我早知道,我就能帮你了)[最实用的虚拟语气] 181. I couldn't care less.(我不在乎) 18. You have my word.(我保) 183. He hit the ceiling at the news.(他听到那消息暴跳如雷大发雷霆) 18. I don't mind staying up late.(我不在乎熬夜) 185. You're too outspoken.(你太直率了) 186. I can't afd it.(我承担买不起) 187. I think it's a reasonable price.(我觉得这是个合理的价钱) 188. I'd like to try on these hats.(我想试试这些帽子) 189. He puts me to shame.(他使我蒙羞) 190. Every dog has his day.(凡人皆有得意时) 191. Don't give me any excuses.(不要给我任何理由) 19. Are you out of you mind?(你疯了吗?) 193. He's been everywhere.(他到处都去过了) 19. What's bothering you?(什么在困扰你?) 195. Who is to blame?(该怪谁?) 196. There're a lot of rumors going around.(很多流言流传着) 197. I don't feel up to that.(我觉得不能胜任那工作) 198. I'm mad at myself.(我生自己的气) 199. It's raining cats and dogs.(下着倾盆大雨) 0. The sky is getting very cloudy.(天空的云越来越多了) 1. You won't get away with this.(你逃不掉惩罚的) . I'm tired of going to school day after day.(我厌倦每天上学) . Who am I supposed to see?(我应该去见谁?) . His idea is childish.(他的想法很幼稚) . I need small change.(我需要零钱) . Don't try to brainwash me.(别想给我洗脑) . I don't seem to have any luck today.(我今天运气不好) . That reminds me.(那提醒了我) . What the hell are you doing?(你到底在做什么?) . I can't seem to get to sleep.(我好象睡不着) . You look very serious about something.(你似乎有很严重的事) . I hope I'm not in the way.(我希望没有造成妨碍) . What are you so excited about?(什么事让你如此兴奋?) . Tell me about you trouble.(把你的烦恼告诉我) . I feel much better now.(我感觉好多了) . I hope you will get well soon.(希望你很快会恢复) . She is sick in bed.(她卧病在床) 18. I have a slight fever.(我轻微发烧) 19. A fool never learns.(傻瓜永远学不会) . This is the schedule tomorrow.(这是明天的日程安排) 1. How late are you open?(你们营业到多晚?) . I'm here on business.(我来这里出差) 3. What's Hong Kong famous ?(香港以什么闻名?) . What brings you to Beijing?(什么风把你吹到北京来的?) 5. She looks blue.(她满面忧伤) 6. I just don't know what to say.(我就是不知道说什么) 7. Let's have fun tonight.(今晚让我们乐一乐) . Thank you coming to see me off.(谢谢你来为我送行) 口语 要素

  Equipment Figure it out yourself, my lad. You have got all that the great have had two arms, two legs, two hands, two eyes, and a brain to use if you'd be wise. With this equipment they all began, so start the top and say" I can".Look them over the wise and the great. They take their food from a common plate. With similar knives and ks they use; with similar laces they tie their shoes. The world considers them brave and smart, but you know--- you have got all they had when they made their start.You can triumph and come to skill; you can be great if you only will. You are well equipped the fight you choose you have arms and legs and brains to use. And people who have risen, great deeds to do started their lives with no more than you.You are the handicap you must face. You are the one who must choose your place. You must say where you want to go, and how much you will study the truth to know. God has equipped you life, but he lets you decide what you want to be.The courage must come from the soul within; you must furnish the will to win. So figure it out yourself, my lad; you were born with all the great have had; with your equipment they all began. Get hold of yourself and say" I can". 895Animals' Compasses Researchers have found that migrating animals use a variety of inner compasses to help them navigate. Some steer by the position of the Sun. Others navigate by the stars. Some use the Sun as their guide during the day and then switch to star navigation by night. One study shows that the homing pigeon uses the Earth's magnetic fields as a guide in finding its way home and there are indications that various other animals from insects to mollusks, can also make use of magnetic compasses. It is of course very useful a migrating bird to be able to switch to a magnetic compass when clouds cover the Sun; otherwise it would just have to land and wait the Sun to come out again. Even with the Sun or stars to steer by, the problems of navigation are more complicated than they might seem at first. example, a worker honeybee that has found a rich source of nectar and pollen flies rapidly home to the hive to report. A naturalist has discovered that the bee scout delivers her report through a complicated dance in the hive, in which she tells the other workers not only how far away the food is, but also what direction to fly in relation to the Sun. But the Sun does not stay in one place all day. As the workers start out to gather the food, the Sun may aly have changed its position in the sky somewhat. In later trips during the day, the Sun will seem to move farther and farther toward the west. Yet the worker bees seem to have no trouble at all in finding the food source. Their inner clocks tell them just where the Sun will be and they change their course correspondingly. 15655

  

  The reds or the greens?Two apples up in a tree were looking down on the world.The first apple said,“Look at all those people fighting,robbing,rioting --no one seems willing to get along with his fellow man.Some day we apples will be the only ones left.Then we'll rule the world.”Replied the second apple,“Which of us --the reds or the greens?” 91901。

  Lighthouses The first navigational lights in the New World were probably lanterns hung at harbor entrances. The first lighthouse was put up by the Massachusetts Bay Colony in on Little Brewster Island at the entrance to Boston Harbor. Paid and maintained by "light dues" levied on ships, the original beacon was blown up in 76. By then there were only a dozen or so true lighthouses in the colonies. Little over a century later, there were 700 lighthouses. The first light erected on the West Coast in the 1850's featured the same basic New England design a Cape Cod dwelling with the tower rising from the center or standing close by. In New England and elsewhere, though, lighthouses reflected a variety of architectural styles. Since most stations in the Northeast were built on rocky eminences, enormous towers were not the rule. Some were made of stone and brick, others of wood or metal. Some stood on pilings or stilts; some were fastened to rock with iron rods. Farther south, from Maryland through the Florida Keys, the coast was low and sandy. It was often necessary to build tall towers there - massive structures like the majestic Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, lighthouse, which was lit in 1870. At 190 feet, it is the tallest brick lighthouse in the country. Notwithstanding differences in appearance and construction, most American lighthouses shared several features a light, living quarters and sometimes a bell (or later, a foghorn).They also had something else in common a keeper and, usually, the keeper's family. The keeper's essential task was trimming the lantern wick in order to maintain a steady,bright flame. The earliest keepers came from every walk of life -they were seamen,farmers, mechanics, rough mill hands - and appointments were often handed out by local customs commissioners as political plums. After the administration of lighthouses was taken over in 185 by the ed States Lighthouse Board, an agency of the Treasury Department,the keeper corps gradually became highly professional. 58

  新东方英语900句提高篇50 广播和电视 -01-7 ::01 来源: Lesson Fifty Television and Radio 广播和电视高速下载大众传媒 mass media television TV radio电视媒体CNN Cable News Network 美国有线新闻网B British Broadcasting Coporation 英国广播公司Phenix TV 凤凰卫视CCTV China Central Television 中国中央电视台mouthpiece 喉舌广播媒体VOA Voice of America 美国之音CRI China Radio International 中国国际广播电台CNR China National Radio 中央人民广播电台What‘s your favorite TV show?你喜欢什么电视节目?I like news.I like weather ecast.新闻 news天气预报 weather ecast专题片 feature 电视连续剧 TV series电视广告 commercial 广告时段 commercial breakNo problem too large. No business too small.没有解决不了的大问题,没有不做的小生意Shift the future. 换档、改变 shift黄金时段 prime time 脱口秀 talk show猜谜节目 quiz show 现场直播 live showI like TV series. But I don‘t like commercials.What stations do you often listen to?你经常听什么台?station 台What‘s on following the news and weather? Do you have a TV guide?新闻和天气预报之后是什么节目?你有电视指南吗?What‘s on today?What's on tomorrow?Do you have a tour guide? 导游Could you hand me the remote control please?请把遥控器递给我好吗?hand 递remote control remote 遥控器The situation comedy is going to start soon. Just switch to channel one.情景喜剧马上就要开始了,快调到一频道situation comedy sitcom 情景喜剧I don‘t get a good picture on my TV set. There‘s something wrong.我的电视机画面不太好,一定是出什么毛病了picture 画面,画质a clear pictureThe next time I buy a TV, I’m going to buy a large-screen one.下次买电视机的话,我要买台大屏幕的The next time I buy a radio, I’m going to buy a smaller one.The next time I see you, I‘ll beat you up.The trueman beatted the badegg up.He who doesn‘t get to the Great Wall is not a trueman.不到长城非好汉If you want to watch cable TV programs, you‘ll have to pay a monthly fee.如果你想看有线电视节目,就得月付费Cable TV 有线电视monthly feeWhere can I plug in the TV? Is this outlet all right?电视插头该插在哪里?这个插座是好的吗?插头 plug插插头 plug in插座 outletI can get lots of FM stations on this radio.用这台收音机我能收到很多调频电台FM station 调频广播TV stationBeijing TV stationBeijing radio stationPlease turn the radio up. It‘s too low.请把收音机音量调高一点声音太低了turn up 开大turn down 关小turn on 打开turn off out 关掉turn in 上交Please turn the TV down.It‘s too noisy.Your car radio works very well. What kind is it?你汽车上的收音机很不错,是什么种类的?famous brand name brand 名牌We have a big name. 鼎鼎大名We have a good name. 声誉好You name it. 应有尽有Watching live sports games is very exciting, isn‘t it?看现场直播的体育比赛很刺激,不是吗?I was very excited.Mr. King is the most famous talk show host in America.金先生是美国最著名的脱口秀主持人主持人 host新闻主播 anchor记者 reporter编辑 editor摄像师 cameraman解说员 commentatorCCTV-5 is off the air now. They signed off two hours ago.中央五台现在没有播出他们两小时前就停播了停播 be off the air(状态) sign off(动作)开播 on the air(状态) come on(动作)空气 air通风 air the room摆架子 put on airs矛盾 There is no bad air between us.航空公司 Air China 中国国际航空公司 电视 广播 提高 英语

  The traditional holidays in our house when I was a child were spent timing elaborate meals around football games. My father tried to make pleasant chitchat and eat as much as he could during halftime. At Christmas he found time to have a cup or two of holiday cheer and do his holly-shaped bow tie1. But he didn't truly shine until Valentine's Day. I don't know whether it was because work at the office slowed during February or because the football season was over. But Valentine's Day was the time my father chose to show his love the special people in his life. Over the years I fondly thought of him as my “ Valentine Man.” My first recollection3 of the magic he could bring to Valentine's Day came when I was six. several days I had been cutting out valentines my classmates. Each of us was to decorate a “ mailbox ” and put it on our desk others to give us cards. That box and its contents ushered in5 a succession6 of bittersweet7 memories of my entrance into a world of popularity8 contests marked by the number of cards received, the teasing about boyfriendsgirlfriends and the tender care I gave to the card from the cutest boy in class. That morning at the breakfast table I found a card and a gift- wrapped package at my chair. The card was signed “ Love, Dad” , and the gift was a ring with a small piece of red glass to represent my birthstone9, a ruby. There is little difference between red glass and rubies to a child of six, and I remember wearing that ring with a pride that all the cards in the world could not surpass. As I grew older, the gifts gave way to heart shaped boxes filled with my favorite chocolates and always included a special card signed “ Love, Dad” .In those years my “ thank-yous” became more of a perfunctory response.The cards seemed less important, and I took granted the valentine that would always be there. Long past the days of having a “ mailbox” on my desk, I had placed my hopes and dreams in receiving cards and gifts from “ significant others” , and “ Love, Dad” just didn't seem quite enough. If my father knew then that he had been replaced, he never let it show. If he sensed any disappointment over valentines that didn't arrive me, he just tried that much harder to create a positive atmosphere, giving me an extra hug and doing what he could to make my day a little brighter. My mailbox eventually had a rural address, and the job of hand delivering candy and cards was relegated to the U.S.Postal Service. Never in ten years was my father's package late-- nor was it on the Valentine's Day eight years ago when I reached into the mailbox to find a card addressed to me in my mother's handwriting. It was the kind of card that comes in an inexpensive assortment box sold by a child going door-to-door to try to earn money a school project. It was the kind of card that you used to get from a grandmother or an aging aunt or, in this case, a dying father. It was the kind of card that put a lump in your throat and tears in your eyes because you knew the person no longer was able to go out and buy a real valentine. It was a card that signaled this would be the last you receive from him. The card had a photograph of tulips on the outside, and on the inside my mother had printed “ Happy Valentine's Day” . Beneath it, scrawled in barely legible18 handwriting, was “ Love, Dad” . His final card remains on my bulletin board today. It's a reminder of how special fathers can be and how important it had been to me over the years to know that I had a father who continued a tradition of love with a generosity of spirit, simple acts of understanding and an ability to express happiness over the people in his life. Those things never die, nor does the memory of a man who never stopped being my valentine. Remark 1.bow tie 蝶形领结 .fondly adv.充满感情地,深情地 3.recollection n.回忆 .magic n.魅力,魔力,施魔法 5.usher vt.(与in搭配)展示,预报…的来到 6.succession n.(前后相接的)一系列 7.bittersweet adj.又苦又乐的 8.popularity n.得人心,声望 9.birthstone n.诞生石(象征出生月份表示吉祥的宝石,从1月至月通常分别为,石榴石、紫晶、血纹绿宝石、金刚石、绿宝石、珍珠、红宝石、缠丝玛瑙、蓝宝石、蛋白石、黄玉、绿松石) .ruby n.红宝石,红宝石制品 .surpass vt.胜过 .perfunctory adj.敷衍的 .relegate vt.交付,托付 .assortment n.分类 .signal vt.表明,标志着 .tulip n.[植]郁金香 .scrawl vi.涂写 18.legible adj.清楚的 19

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