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英语口语:谈论美式足球() --01 :: 来源: Chris跟同事Ben聊起美国人对体育运动的热爱Ben问,B: So sports is a way people to bond?C: Yeah. During holidays like Thanksgiving my family will sit around in front of the television and watch a football game together. It's a social occasion...enjoying the game and each other's company.B: I'm not sure if Chinese people approach sports in the same way. If it's something that can bring glory to China's national team - such as Olympic table tennis or diving - then everyone watches the event together.MC: 在美国,体育运动是人际往来的一种纽带,a way people to bond. Chris说,逢年过节,他们一家人都会围坐在电视机旁,enjoy the game and each other's company. 欣赏比赛,共渡时光Ben说,中国人看比赛不太一样,一般都是有奥林匹克等国际赛事,中国队可能会拿奖牌,为国争光的时候,大家才会聚在一起看比赛C: I think in America people are often loyal to their regional team. In college you root your school's team and then when you settle down somewhere you follow that area's team.B: So what's your favorite team?C: I actually have two favorites. I grew up in New York so I'm first and emost a New York Jets fan, but I went to school in Baltimore so I also like the Baltimore Ravens.Chris说,美国人一般住在哪里,就是那个地方球队的粉丝,上大学的时候替校队加油,毕业后在哪里安家,就替哪里的球队加油,root 是持某人,替某人加油助威的意思,Chris说自己喜欢的球队有两个,小时候在纽约长大,所以I'm first and emost a New York Jets fan, 所以是纽约喷气机队球迷,first and emost 意思是首要的,然后又因为去巴尔的上学,成了巴尔的乌鸦队的粉丝B: What happens when the teams play against each other?C: (chuckle) I usually support the New York Jets. But if the Ravens win it's not too bad.B: I have to confess I don't actually understand how American football works. It kind of looks like a war to me.C: Actually, football is like a war. Each team tries to advance the ball through enemy territory to the end zone. It evolved from the English game of rugby which is also kind of like a battle between two armies.Ben承认,自己看不太懂美式足球,不知道美式足球到底是怎么个打法Chris承认,football is like a war.美式足球确实就好像是在打仗,两只球队都设法穿过敌人的地盘 enemy territory, 攻到 end zone 阵区里Chris还说,美式足球是从英式橄榄球发展而来的,英式橄榄球 rugby is spelled r-u-g-b-y, rugby,他用的evolve is spelled e-v-o-l-v-e, evolve 是发展演绎的意思 英语口语 谈论 美式

A real doctor Agony is a remote mountain village which is far from town and far from civilization. The villagers own their own farms and open their own factories. Life here is generally quiet and peaceful. But life also means a lot of inconveniences in this part of the world. example, if someone is ill, it is difficult to get a doctor nearby. Some young people have been sent to study medicine in town, only once they are out of the village, few of them are willing to return to work here. Old Joe and his wife live in a cottage at the end of their farm. They have a large flock of sheep and quite a few horses. The couple take their animals as their family members and spend most of their time looking after them. One night, Old Joe was woken up by a piercing1) cry. He immediately realized that his sheep were being attacked by a pack of wolves. He jumped out of bed, took his gun and rushed out. In the dark, he saw a figure moving towards the sheep pen. He raised his gun and shot at it;the figure fell with a painful groan). But somehow the voice sounded like his wife’s. He hurried to the figure, only to find his wife lying bleeding on the ground. She was seriously wounded. Seeing what had happened, Old Joe couldn’t believe his eyes. He tore a piece of his shirt and wrapped up the wound his wife with his shaking hands. He then gently carried her into the room and put her on the bed. He rushed out again and jumped onto a horse. He rode fiercely 3)down to the village where he hoped he could find help. A moment later he returned with a young man who was the son of a friend and how was a medical student on holiday. Encouraged by Old Joe, the young man examined the wound and decided that surgery should be done immediately to get the bullet out. But when he saw the blood issuing) from the wound, the young man’s hands began to shake violently and it was difficult him to calm down. An immediate operation seemed impossible and Old Joe’s wife was in danger. At this moment, they heard the sound of heavy and hurried foot steps outside and then in burst a middle-aged man dressed like a traveller. The new comer had a quick glance at the wounded and then said “I can do it.” He took the instruments5) from the young man and made a sign to them to leave the room a while. Half an hour later, the middle-aged man came out and told Old Joe that the bullet had been taken out and everything would be all right. Old Joe was so grateful that he kept saying “You’re a real doctor. You’ve saved my wife. You’re a real doctor.” “No, I‘m a vet, only an animal doctor. ”The man smiled. “I’ve been making a survey my on animal raising environment in mountainous areas. It happened that I had just arrived at the village when you went to fetch this young man and I followed you here just in case you needed help. ” 88

英语口语每天说上半小时0(5) -- ::9 来源: 5 offer1. Can I offer you a little gift?. Please take it.3. That’s you.. Will you have a drink?5. Would you like some oranges?6. It’s exactly what I wanted.7. I love song.8. Can I help you with that?9. Can I help you prepare the dinner?. Perhaps I coule insisit someway.Dialog 1W: Woule you like me to type it you?M: Yes, please. That woule be a great help. Are you sure you don’t mind?W: Not at all. I’ll be glad to do it.M: Thank you very much.W: Shall I right out again first?M: No, there’s no need.W: Can I print it?M: No, don’t bother. It’s all right as it is.Dialog M: Shall I get you another cup of coffee?W: Yes, please. That is very kind of you.M: Shall I make more sandwiches?W: No, thanks. I’ve had plenty.Dialog 3W: I am so busy today.M: Can I help you?W: I’m not sure. Perhaps you could do the shopping.M: I’ll be glad to help.W: Or maybe make the beds.M: All you have to do is ask help.W: Thanks. That’s terrific!M: I’m y and willing to help.Dialog M: Would you like something to eat?W: Thank you. No. I’m late dinner at my house. I really have to go.M: Would you like to call home?W: I’d appreciate that.M: Please use the phone.W: Thanks.Dialog 5M: Can I give you a lift home, Mrs Word?W: That is very kind of you, Mr Lee. Thank you.M: Could you hold my umbrella when I get my keys out, please?W: Of course. It’s a terrible night, isn’t it?M: Dful. There, the door is open now.W: Thank you.Dialog 6M: Cigarette?W: Oh, uh… Thanks. Henry, do you have a light?M: Sorry, here.W: Thanks. Lovely day. Pity I’m on duty.M: I’ll stand in with you if you like. I’ve got nothing else to do.W: Oh, no. I couldn’t possibly.I’m so hungry that I could eat a horse now. My girlfriend offers me to go the cafeteria. But I don’t like stand in a line. Then she suggests the we can sit the hamburger stand around the corner. I do think that’s a good idea. And we can get some drink there. Such as cocacola or something. However I like something hot. Besides suppose we go and get some hamburgers first, and then make some coffee at the office. 小时 上半 每天 英语口语

The War between Britain and France. the war between Britain and FranceIn the late eighteenth century, battles raged in almost every corner of Europe, as well as in the Middle East, south Africa ,the West Indies, and Latin America. In reality, however, there was only one major war during this time, the war between Britain and France. All other battles were ancillary to this larger conflict, and were often at least partially related to its antagonistrsquo; goals and strategies. France sought total domination of Europe . this goal was obstructed by British independence and Britainrsquo;s efts throughout the continent to thwart Napoleon; through treaties. Britain built coalitions (not dissimilar in concept to todayrsquo;s NATO) guaranteeing British participation in all major European conflicts. These two antagonists were poorly matched, insofar as they had very unequal strengths; France was predominant on land, Britain at sea. The French knew that, short of defeating the British navy, their only hope of victory was to close all the ports of Europe to British ships. Accordingly, France set out to overcome Britain by extending its military domination from Moscow t Lisbon, from Jutland to Calabria. All of this entailed tremendous risk, because France did not have the military resources to control this much territory and still protect itself and maintain order at home.French strategists calculated that a navy of 0 ships would provide the ce necessary to defeat the British navy. Such a ce would give France a three-to-two advantage over Britain. This advantage was deemed necessary because of Britainrsquo;s superior sea skills and technology because of Britainrsquo;s superior sea skills and technology, and also because Britain would be fighting a defensive war, allowing it to win with fewer ces. Napoleon never lost substantial impediment to his control of Europe. As his ce neared that goal, Napoleon grew increasingly impatient and began planning an immediate attack. 98

“乱穿马路”怎么说? -01-6 3:9:01 来源: 嘿,红灯亮了,别乱穿马路!“乱穿马路”用英语怎么说?Jaywalk(乱穿马路)常用来形容“行人走路不遵守交通规则擅闯红灯”,它的渊源颇带有歧视性意味,可以说是“城里人对乡下人的一种嘲弄”早在世纪,当城市刚刚在英国发展起来的时候,进城的乡下人常被城镇居民戏称为jay(“一种呆头呆脑、唧唧喳喳叫不停的鸟”,此处可理解为“乡巴佬”)乡下人说话声音大、不懂交通规则、看到城里“巨大”建筑时惊诧不已——这种少见多怪、缺乏“文明”的举止遭到城里人的耻笑,jay(乡巴佬)几乎成了“呆子、傻子”的代名词因为“不懂交通规则”是jay(乡巴佬)的重要标志,到世纪初,那些“不遵守交通规则擅闯红灯”的行人就被戏称为jaywalker,相应的,“乱闯红灯”则可表达为jaywalking(英语点津陈蓓编辑) 怎么 规则 交通 红灯

Skid row: 贫民窟 -01-7 00::7 来源: Skid row是个俚语,意思是“贫民窟”、“酒徒和失业者的聚集地”这个说法最早出现在世纪30年代,由 skid road变化而来所以,skid row的故事还得从skid road说起19世纪的伐木工人实在是聪明,为了将伐下的树从森林运到作坊里,他们用圆木(也就是“滑动垫木”,skid)铺了一条道,这就是他们发明的skid road,这样,伐木就可以通过这条“滑道”(skid road)滚到作坊里去;不久,伐木工人又出新招,给垫木上蜡(grease the skid),上了蜡的“滑道”那才叫真正的"又滑又顺" 于是,grease the road 的说法也迅速流行开来,用来比喻“加速进程”而这具有特殊意义的skid road也随之成为“伐木工人居住地”的代名词据说第一批skid road就是19世纪早期出现在西北部太平洋地区伐木工人居住的小镇里如今的skid road今非昔比,酒吧和廉价旅馆林立,招引来一些穷人、酒徒和失业者那些失业工人们由于常来skid row被称为on the skids(快要被解雇的;走下坡路的)加个例句:He started drinking, and now he is on the skids. (他开始喝酒,现在情况越来越糟了)世纪30年代的“大萧条”将几百万的美国工人推向skid road,美国的贫民窟迅速增多,几乎每个小镇上都有一个 而此时的skid road也改为他名,就是今天所说的skid row skid road 工人 世纪

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