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  • 点击此处下载音频大家好,笨小孩广播学口语准时与大家相约,Andy 送上最诚挚的问候, good day, everyone !今天我们要学习的两个俚语是You said it. 和Itrsquo;s a good idea to have something put by.(过渡音乐)我们先来看第一句俚语You said it。Say是;说;的意思。You said it,你说着了,也就是;真是这样,千真万确;的意思 。阿旺平时呆头呆脑的,有些坏男生总想耍他。有一次阿伟想整他一下,就叫了几个兄弟, 和阿旺说要出去聚一聚,挑了一个饭菜难吃而价钱又很贵的饭店。阿旺说:;The food is awful ! (这东西真难吃!); 阿伟说:;You said it! (真是这样!);快吃完时,阿伟去了洗手间,其他几个人也都找借口离开了,只剩阿旺在那里,左等右等也不见有人回来, 最后他只得付了帐。回班后, 他愤愤地对阿华说:;Irsquo;m quite silly. (我真傻 !) ; 阿华打趣说:;You said it! (你说着了!); 这句话大家都会用了吧. 好,不要走开,音乐过后马上回来.(过渡音乐)下面我们来看第二句话Itrsquo;s a good idea to have something put by . Put 是;放置; 的意思,put by, 是;储存;的意思。提到储存,大家一定都想到存钱了吧。You said it. 你还真说着了. Itrsquo;s a good idea to have something put by. 就是;储存点钱是个好主意;的意思。燕子的邻居孙大妈一直一个人生活,也没有儿女. 有一天阿波去找燕子, 看见了她,便问燕子孙大妈靠什么生活,燕子说:;When she was young, she had a fair amount of money put by.(在年轻的时候,她存了不少钱。);阿波听后,笑了,感觉这老人还有点先见之明,他对燕子说:;Itrsquo;s always a good idea to have something put by.(储存点钱总是个好主意。); 怎么样,是不是大家都准备或已经建立一个自己的 ;小金库;了。确实,有钱能使鬼推磨嘛。(过渡音乐)在今天的节目里,我们学了两句俚语You said it和Itrsquo;s a good idea to have something put by. 大家都会用了吗?我是笨小孩英语的Andy老师,下次再见! /200605/7248
  • 【中文这样说】我习惯于早睡早起。【英文对比翻译】Chinese Style I make a rule of going to bed early and get up early.American Style I make a rule to keep early hours. /200604/6378
  • 英语日常口语 63:A sad goodbye悲伤的再见本单元是关于悲伤的再见的对话Tim: Well cousin Michal, this is goodbye. Alice: You've been a great friend to us all and a great flatmate too. Michal: Thanks you guys. Tim: Bye Michal and give my love to Uncle Kazimierz. Michal: Yeah, I will. Tim: Alice, I think we should leave these two alone. Helen: Oh Michal, it seems like only yesterday I was here in the airport to meet you and now you're leaving me. Michal: Helen, I've got something to tell you. I really like you but I'm not y to settle down. I'm going back to Poland to look after my dad but also because I need some space. Do you hate me now? Helen: Of course not! You'll always have a place in my heart. Michal: That's my flight. Goodbye Helen. Helen: Goodbye my love.Vocabulary (词汇):to need some space (需要一些空间):to want to spend more time alone because a relationship is too intense, or because you do not want a committed relationshipto have a place in someone's heart (在某人心中占有一席之地):to be loved by someone本单元的语言点是及物和不及物短语动词,请看下面的短语和例句Transitive and intransitive phrasal verbs 及物和不及物短语动词Phrasal verbs (also known as multi-word verbs) are verbs made of two or more words. The first word is a verb and the second word (known as a particle) is either a preposition or an adverb. Some phrasal verbs can have two particles. Phrasal verbs with one particle: let down, stand up, fall for, ask out, settle down Phrasal verbs with more than one particle: go out with, take care of phrasal verbs with objects (带宾语的短语动词) Phrasal verbs which must take an object are known as transitive phrasal verbs. In the examples below the object must go after the verb and particle. to go out with (somebody): to have a romantic relationship with somebody They had been going out with each other for 5 years when he asked her to marry him. Is she really going out with him? to fall for (somebody): to fall in love with He's not her usual type, but she fell for him after dating for a couple of months. He fell for her on the first date. to cheat on (somebody): to secretly have a romantic or sexual relationship with somebody other than your boyfriend/girlfriend or husband/wife. She found out that he had been cheating on her for 3 years. He cheated on her with her best friend. separable phrasal verbs (可分开使用的短语动词) Sometimes the object of a transitive phrasal verb must be placed between the verb and particle. The following phrasal verbs are separable.to ask (somebody) out: to invite someone to something, such as dinner or the theatre, for a romantic date. He felt nervous about asking her out. In my country, women never ask men out. It's the men who make the first move. let (somebody) down: to disappoint somebody by failing to do what you were expected to do, or promised to do He promised to spend more time with her but he let her down. He kept on working late most evenings. If you let me down again I will leave you. stand (somebody) up: to fail to keep an appointment with someone, especially a romantic date I waited for her for half an hour before I realised she had stood me up. You shouldn't stand people up. If you can't keep a date you should call them.phrasal verbs without objects (不带宾语的短语动词) Some phrasal verbs do not take an object . These are called intransitive phrasal verbs. The phrasal verbs below do not have objects. settle down: to begin living a stable and orderly life as an adult He settled down as a farmer with a family. I am too young to settle down. I want to travel around the world before I get married. break up: to end a romantic relationship or marriage Maria and Peter have broken up . They broke up after she saw him with another woman /200707/16067
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