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marvelous adj.了不起的;非凡的;令人惊异的;不平常的The weather here is marvelous today!今天这边的天气好极了!Our date at the restaurant was so marvelous.我们的餐馆约会好极了It was such a marvelous idea.那个主意好极了公众微信账号:贵旅特(shanghai_greeters) 公众账号:meisi1949 /201611/476049。

第一, 迷你对话A: I heard that you have made friends with Mike.听说你和Mike交上了朋友。B: He is very kind, and always leans over backwards to help me whenever I am in trouble. I like him very much.他这个人非常好,总是在我有苦难的时候的帮助我,我非常喜欢他。A: Will you be in lover.你们会相爱吗?B: Oh, I have never thought about it.噢,我从来没想过此事。第二, 地道表达lean over backwards1. 解词释义Lean over backwards的意思是“竭尽全力”“费尽心机”“千方百计”。2. 拓展范例e.g. He leans over backwards to make up for what he has lost.他过于努力弥补他的损失。e.g. He leaned over backwards to please his immediate superior.他拼命讨好他的顶头上司。e.g. He leaned over backwards to prove he is unprejudiced.他极力明自己是没有成见的。第三, 咬文嚼字make friends with:和……交朋友e.g. Nobody liked to make friends with such a small-minded man.没有人喜欢与这么一个心胸狭窄的人交朋友。e.g. It s difficult to make friends with her ; she s constantly on the offensive.跟她交朋友十分困难,她这个人口角尖酸,咄咄逼人。in trouble:处于不幸中,在困难中e.g. If you are in trouble abroad you should see a consul.如果在国外遇到困难,你应该去找领事。e.g. We re in trouble ; this is no time for contention.我们处境很困难,现在不是争论的时候。think about:考虑e.g. Even now when I think about it I feel pain in my heart.就是现在想起来我心里都感到难受。e.g. What do you think about this question?你对这个问题有什么想法? /201702/492915。

Subject : What gives? 迷你对话A: Jane, you look so sad. What gives?Jane, 你看起来很伤心。发生什么事情了?B: The manager said I was not qualified. He wanted to fire me.经理说我不合格,要解雇我。 地道表达 What gives? 1. 解词释义What gives?这句话相当于“What’s up?”“What’s going on?” 2. 拓展例句e.g. What gives? You look so upset.发生什么事情了?你看上去如此不安。e.g. Lisa is crying. What gives?Lisa在哭,她怎么了? /201411/343341。

Hello, Good morning. 大家好,欢迎来到这个快乐的英语大家庭,收听并学习《Faith口语课堂-天天学》,我是Faith老师。每天早起做运动,学英语,多么充实的生活啊。我们曾在第124课学过agree的活用,今天先来看看和它有关的词:Agreeable: adj. 令人愉快的,惬意的,愉悦的,讨人喜欢的,宜人的,欣然同意的Its very agreeable to have you here. 有你在这里很令人愉快。I find her a very agreeable woman. 我发现她是个和蔼可亲的女人。What an agreeable weather! 多么宜人的天气!He was smooth and agreeable. 他待人处事,八面玲珑。Be agreeable to something/doing something: 欣然同意某事/做某事He was quite agreeable to accepting the plan. 他很乐意接受这项计划。;你迟早会有大麻烦的;这是我的一个朋友对我说过的一句话:youll be in big trouble sooner or later.Sooner or later: 迟早Youd better tell her, because shell find out the truth sooner or later. 你最好还是告诉她吧,因为她迟早会发觉的。Sooner or later, well make you change your mind. 迟早我们会使你改变主意。Youll find this whole thing very boring sooner or later. 迟早你会觉得整个事情相当无聊。If you drive like that, sooner or later youll have an accident. 你如果那样开车, 迟早会出事的。John will come back to you sooner or later. 约翰迟早会回到你身边。Well, youll find me an agreeable English teacher sooner or later. /201202/170824。

Subject: Let’s get the ball rolling. 迷你对话A: What is time now?现在几点钟?B: It is nearly seven o’clock. Let’s the get the ball rolling.将近七点钟,我们开始吧! 地道表达get the ball rolling 1. 解词释义Get the ball rolling的字面意思是“让球滚动起来”,比喻为“开始进行某一项活动”的意思。Get the ball rolling这个习语理解起来并不费劲。我们很容易联想就是让某一活动像球一样不停顿地继续下去。 2. 拓展例句e.g. Were y to reduce the price by5 percent. I hope this concession of ours will get the ball rolling.我们准备削价5%希望我们这次让步能打开局面。e.g. He will go to the Middle East next week to get the ball rolling again on peace talks. 他下周将前往中东,开始重启和谈。e.g. Id like to get the ball rolling by talking about prices. 我想就从价钱方面开始谈吧! 3. 视野拓展(1)同义短语:start the ball rollinge.g. I just want enough cash to start the ball rolling. 我只是想有足够的启动资金。e.g. George started the ball rolling at the party by telling a joke. 乔治讲了个笑话为晚会揭开序幕。 (2)相关短语:keep the ball rollinge.g. Keep the ball rolling , gentlemen, keep it rolling! 接着来呀, 先生们, 接着来! /201411/342210。

Subject:You can pour out your heart. 迷你对话A: You look so unhappy. You can pour out your heart.你看起来不开心,你可以把你的心事说出来。B: Thanks. It is very kind of you.谢谢,你太好了。 地道表达pour out one’s heart 1. 解词释义Pour out one’s heart的意思是“倾吐,倾诉”。 2. 拓展例句e.g. I fancy I would enter your dreamland someday and pour out my heart to you.我幻想有一天能进入你的梦境向你倾诉我的心里话。e.g. Pour out your heart to God when you are feeling overwhelmed .当你感觉无法承受时,要到上帝面前,向他倾心吐意。 /201403/280677。

关键词:back to the drawing board 重新开始;失败后另起炉灶;重来一次短语释义:今天我们要学习的短语是:back to the drawing board。A drawing board是制图板。一个工程是从绘制蓝图开始的,而在过去蓝图是在绘图板上绘制的。若是按这个蓝图进行工作时发现不可行,那就得回到绘图板重新绘图,也就是go back to the drawing-board.这个短语面意思是回到制图板去,实际上它的意思是:Start again on a new design or plan after the failure of an earlier attempt. 当我们要表示由于某个计划,方案或设计等行不通时“从头开始”“推倒重来”时,我们就可以用back to the drawing board这个短语来表示。情景领悟:1. It looks like my plan to kill the weeds in the garden has failed. Back to the drawing board.看样子我的花园除草计划已经失败了,我得重新来过了。2. Since he was back to the drawing board, hes been very successful.自从他失败以后另起炉灶,就一直很成功。本节目属 /201305/239135。

关键词:ride/get on the gravy train 轻易地赚大钱短语释义:今天的图片上有一辆火车,我们来了解一下车头这个单词gravy。这个词的原意是肉汁,也就是煮肉时锅里的肉汤。而在gravy train这个短语中,gravy就不是具体的肉汤了,而是指在劳动所得,或者是实际需要以外还有很多财富,简单地说呢就是“轻易得来的钱”。那么我们怎样把这个短语用到句子中呢?您可以加上动词ride或者表示上火车的动词get on,,要是你ride the gravy train或者get on the gravy train,那就是说你没有花多大代价,或者根本就没有付出劳动而得到很多钱财,轻易赚大钱。情景领悟:1. His father believes that the only reason for going to university is to be able to get on the gravy train.他父亲认为上大学的惟一理由是可以找到容易赚大钱的工作。2. George realized the gravy train was over when he got fired.乔治到被解雇时才明白,这下他的财源断了。在这个句子中,并没用到动词,而是直接用了名词短语the gravy train,我们说get on the gravy train是指“轻松赚大钱”,那么如果只the gravy train,很显然意思就是“轻松赚来的大钱”。本节目属 /201303/232883。

听力参考文本(文本与音频不全一致,敬请谅解):Fish consumption advisories usually focus on one chemical at a time – like mercury – and these advisories tell you how much of each kind of fish you should eat, and what to avoid. But they don’t often tell you much about mixtures of different chemicals in the environment that could be in fish.Ken Drouillard is a professor at the Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research at the University of Windsor. He’s an author of a new study that looks at chemical mixtures and fish advisories.“Generally, the fish consumption advice tries to put in the state of the art in terms of what we know about the toxicology of these contaminants and how to best reduce health impacts through the consumption of sport fish. The approach that we took in this paper was to say, what if all of the different chemicals themselves were considered a mixture, and what would be the total number of meals if we assumed that each of those chemicals was contributing to an adaptive toxicity?” he says.Fish advisories tell you how many meals of each kind of fish you can safely eat each week.The team found that about half of the fish consumption advisories they studied in the Canadian waters of four of the Great Lakes are ;potentially not adequately protective.;Drouillard says when they used the multiple chemical method in their study, about 50% of the advisories would need to recommend eating one fewer fish meal.So should local governments consider changing how they do fish advisories?Drouillard says its complicated.;One of the real challenges is trying to address risk-benefits of eating fish. And of course fish advisories all focus on the risks, but at the same time, we dont want to give the impression to the general public to completely avoid eating fish, because there are a lot of health benefits that accrue from that,; he says.He says generally speaking, fish in the Great Lakes region like yellow perch, sunfish, and white crappie have the fewest contaminants. Moderately contaminated fish include largemouth and smallmouth bass. He says fish like carp and channel catfish are more heavily contaminated (and to some extent, walleye).Drouillard says officials should make fish consumption information more accessible: like posting advisories on signs in popular fishing spots.;We see in some cases, for example, in Great Lakes Areas of Concern, we have Michigan and we have Ontario that are posting signs of allowable meals that local shoreline fishers, for example, they can see those advisories posted right in the same areas that they’re fishing,; he says.Drouillard says their research suggests some advisories could stand to be more conservative.“But I also think it probably takes a little more research to validate whether our approach versus the single-contaminant approach is the most effective and protective measure,” he says.201704/501933。