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表达「睡不着」的十句话 -01-7 00:: 来源: 1. I couldn't fall asleep last night.  我昨晚睡不着  . I passed a wakeful night.  我彻夜未眠  3. I was up all night.  我一整晚都没睡  . I had a sleepless night worrying about my exams.  我因为担心考试一整晚没睡  5. I've been suffering from insomnia.  我近来饱受失眠之苦  6. I didn't close my eyes until early morning.  我一直到凌晨才阖眼(入睡)  7. I tossed and turned in bed all night. I tossed about in bed all night.  我一整晚辗转难眠  8. Sleeping pills somehow didn't work me last night.  安眠药昨晚不知怎么搞的好象对我没用  9. I was counting sheep all night.  我一整晚都在数羊  . I guess I drank too much coffee, I was wide awake all night.  我猜我可能是喝了太多咖啡,一整晚都很清醒 表达 night. nbsp tossed英语口语:地道表达"热" ,就这个feel,倍儿热! -- 3::01 来源: 1. It's raining fire.(炎热指数)天跟下火似的[] 这一句光是看字面就能体会到那份焦灼之感,raining fire, 下火-----------------.It's hot as heck(hell).(炎热指数)像地狱一样热[] 地狱大家都知道以高温著称hot as hell,像地狱一样的温度,可想而知有多么热 heck是hell的委婉表达形式eg:What the heck are you talking about?你TM说什么呢?-----------------3.It's a scorcher(炎热指数)真是太太太热了![] scorcher,名词,“大热天”“极热的天气”-----------------. We can fry eggs on the sidewalk.(炎热指数)我们可以在人行道上煎蛋了![] 能在地上煎蛋的温度...不解释! 英语口语 地道英语口语每天说上半小时0() -- ::8 来源: . Advice高速下载 1. Could you give me some advice on how I can make up the time I've lost?. I like your advice about my research.3. What would you advice?. What would you do if you were in my shoes?5. I would appreciate your advice.6. I think you should go on a diet.7. It might be a good idea if you got a part-time job.8. I advice you to see a doctor.9. I advice you not to look down upon him.. I don't think you should keep silent.Dialogue 1M: I don't know how to adjust my life. Would you give me a piece of advice?W: You look a bit pale, don't you?M: Yes, I can't sleep well every night.W: You should get plenty of sleep.M: I drink a lot of wine.W: If I were you, I wouldn't drink too much.M: I often feel so tired.W: You better do some exercise every morning.M: I sometimes find the shadow of death in front of me.W: Why do you worry about your future? You're very young, and you'll make great contribution to the world. I hope you take my advice.Dialogue M: Hi, Jone, how are you?W: Terrible.M: What's wrong?W: Someone robbed my apartment last week. The robber took 0.M: Oh, no! Did you call the police?W: No.M: Why not?W: My English isn't very good. I didn't know what to say to them.M: I'm going to give you some advice, Jone. If this happens again, you should call the police immediately. You should try to remember everything. You should explain everything to the police.Dialogue 3W: I'm afraid I've had a terrible row with my boss. What shall I do?M: I think you'd better apologize.W: Oh, but I can't. It wasn't my fault.M: Maybe not, but I advice you to say it was your fault.Dialogue M: You're going to get into a lot of trouble if you do that.W: What makes you say that?M: I don't see anything wrong with what we're doing! That's just the problem. In these kind of things, the trouble doesn't always appear at first.W: But everything has been so easy.M: Everything has gone as smooth as clockwork. Just like we planned! That may be true, but if you were to do it, you would have trouble on the horizon. You always say that.W: Yeah, you never look at the positive side of things.M: Okay. Have it your way, but don't say I didn't warn you.Dialogue 5W: Are you feeling better today, Bill?M: Well, it's hard to say. I cough a lot in the evening.W: You'd better give up smoking. It's bad your health.M: You're right, but you know, it's hard to give up an old habit.W: But you should make up your mind first.M: You know, I often have to work til late at night. I need something to keep me awake.W: Why don't you go to bed and get up early? You'll have the same time work. M: Thank you your advice! I'll try it.Dilaogue 6W: I can't decide whether to go to university or to get a job.M: Well, if I were you, I'd go on studying.W: But I don't even know what to study.M: If I had chance again, I'd major in English. You're good at language.W: That's what my parents want me to do.M: You should take their advice. They know what's best you.But my friends will have jobs and lots of fun, while I spend all my time doing ing and writing.M: But if you go to university, you'll still have time fun.W: Hm, what you say makes sense. But you know, I still have to ask my parents pocket money, and I hate to do so at this age.M: And if you try to find a part-time job, you'll have some money too.W: You're right. Thank you the advice.W: Most Americans don't like to get advice from members of their families. When they need advice, they don't usually ask people they know. Instead, many Americans write letters to newspapers and magazines, which give advice on many different subjects, including family problems, sex, use of language, health, cooking, children care, clothes, and how to buy a house or a car. Two of the most famous writers of advice are women without special training this kind of work. Experience is their preparation giving advice. There's one writer who has not lived long enough to have much experience. She is a girl who started writing advice newspaper ers at the age of ten. Her advice to young ers now appears regularly in the column called "Dear Angel". 小时 上半 每天 英语口语学习之于心灵,就像食物之于身体一样摄取了适量的营养食物,我们的身体得以生长而肌肉得以发达 同样地,我们应该日复一日不断地学习以保持我们心智的敏锐,并扩充我们的智力容量Learning a Lifelong CareerAs food is to the body, so is learning to the mind. Our bodies grow and muscles develop with the intake of adequate nutritious food. Likewise, we should keep learning day by day to maintain our keen mental power and expand our intellectual capacity. Constant learning supplies us with inexhaustible fuel driving us to sharpen our power of reasoning, analysis, and judgment. Learning incessantly is the surest way to keep pace with the times in the inmation age, and reliable warrant of success in times of uncertainty.Once learning stops, vegetation sets in. It is a common fallacy to regard school as the only workshop the acquisition of knowledge. On the contrary, learning should be a never-ending process, from the cradle to the grave. With the world changing so fast, to cease learning just a few days will make a person lag behind. What's worse, the animal instinct dormant deep in our sub-conscious will come to life.weakening our will to pursue our noble ideas, undermining our determination to sweep away obstacles to our success and strangling our desire the refinement of our character. Lack of learning will inevitably lead to the stagnation of the mind, or even worse, its fossilization. Theree, to stay mentally young, we have to take learning as a lifelong career. 7757怀疑“doubt”的英语怎么说 -- ::0 来源: Really? *“真的吗?”询问对方的语气,也常说Oh, really?He 38. (他38岁)Really? (真的?)Are you sure? *“敢肯定吗?”,想要确认的心情,要比上句稍强你是认真的吗?Are you serious?I want to break up with you. (我想和你分手)Are you serious? (你是认真的吗?)*有些怀疑对方的语感语口语8000句--开玩笑呢吧?Are you joking?I quit my job. (我把工作辞了)Are you joking? (开玩笑呢吧?)Do you mean it? (是真的吗?)Are you kidding? (是说着玩吧?) *kid 常来表示“耍弄,开玩笑”语口语8000句----我怀疑I doubt it. *表示对别人的话抱有怀疑的心情Do you think youll get a raise? (你觉得你能涨工资吗?)I doubt it. (我怀疑)It doubtful!I dont think so. (我不这样认为)I wouldnt bet on it.It chancy. *俚语It iffy. *非常随便的说法听起来可疑It sounds fishy to me. *fishy 除了表示“鱼的,像鱼的”之外,它还有“靠不住的,可疑的”意思What do you think? (你怎么想?)It sounds fishy to me. (听起来很可疑)It sounds suspicious to me.It sounds funny to me.Something fishy.I smell a rat. *smell a rat 为短语,表示“感到有可疑之处”、“事情很可疑”的意思语口语8000句-----我不信他的话I wont buy that story. *此处的buy表示“相信(believe),当真”,而不表示“买”,口语中常用He said she is his sister. (他说她是他的)I wont buy that story. (我不信他的话)I wont buy that story. (我不会信他的话的)But, it true. (可那是真的呀)I dont buy it.I wont believe that story.语口语8000句---你认为她是当真的吗?Do you think she serious?She told me she likes you. (她告诉我她喜欢你)Do you think she serious? (你想她是认真的吗?)语口语8000句-----我不把他的话太当真I dont take him too seriously.I dont pay much attention to what he says. *pay attention to...“对……严加注意”、“对……留意”I dont take him very seriously.语口语8000句----我不相信他I dont believe him.I dont believe him. (我不相信他)What makes you say that? (你为什么这么说呢?)I dont trust him.I dont think he is telling the truth. (我认为他没说真话)I think he is lying. (我认为他在说谎)语口语8000句----有这么好的事!It too good to be true. *直译是“说得太好了”,表示事情或情况好得过分I won two tickets to Hawaii! (我赢了两张去夏威夷的票)It too good to be true. (有这么好的事!)It so unbelievably good that there has to be something wrong. (哪有这么便宜的事!)Nothing this good ever happens, it must be a mistake. (不会有这么好的事,一定是搞错了)It cant be! It too good to believe! (怎么可能!好得让人难以置信) 日常英语 英语口语

The big rocksOne day an expert in time management was speaking to a group of business students and, to drive home a point, used an illustration those students will never get. As he stood in front of the group of high-powered over-achievers he said, "Okay, time a quiz.” Then he pulled out a one-gallon, wide-mouthed Mason jar and set it on the table in front of him. He then produced about a dozen fist-sized rocks and carefully placed them, one at a time, into the jar. When the jar was filled to the top and no more rocks would fit inside, he asked, "Is the jar full?" Everyone in the class said, "Yes."He replied, "Really?"He reached under the table and pulled out a bucket of gravel, then dumped some gravel in and shook the jar causing pieces of gravel to work themselves down into the space between the big rocks.He asked the group once more, "Is the jar full?"By this time the class was on to him. "Probably not," one of them answered."Good!" he replied.He reached under the table and brought out a bucket of sand. He started dumping the sand in the jar and it went into all the spaces left between the rocks and the gravel. Once more he asked the question, "Is the jar full?""No!" the class shouted.Once again he said, "Good!"Then he grabbed a pitcher of water and began to pour it in until the jar was filled to the brim. Then he looked at the class and asked, "What is the point of this illustration?" One eager student raised her hand and said, "The point is, no matter how full your schedule is, if you try really hard you can always fit some more things in!""Good answer, but no," the speaker replied, "that's not my point. The truth this illustration teaches us is If you don't put the big rocks in first, you'll never get them in at all. What are the 'big rocks" in your life? In my life they are my children... my wife... my loved ones... my education... my dreams... charities and worthy causes... teaching or mentoring others... doing things that I love... time myself... my health... Remember to put these BIG ROCKS in first or you'll never get them in at all."If you sweat the little stuff then you'll fill your life with little things to worry about that don't really matter, and you'll never have the real quality time you need to spend on the big, important stuff :the big rocks. 9888

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