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          The United States theest most popular vernacular speech is greatly whole
          Date:2010-09-21 12:58:16   Name:Qida

             1. After you.你先請。這是一句很常用的客套話,在進/出門,上車得場合你都可以表現一下。 (好象現在女士不愿意你這么做,特別是那些女權主義者,我還記得這么一段話:一個女士對一個讓她先行的男士說:you do this because i am a woman?那個男士回答說:i do this not because you are a woman but because i am a man! i love this guy!    
             2. I just couldnt help it.我就是忍不住。想想看,這樣一個漂亮的句子可用于多少個場合?下面是隨意舉的一個例子: I was deeply moved by the film and I cried and cried. I just couldnt help it. 
             3. Dont take it to heart. 別往心里去,別為此而憂慮傷神。生活實例: This test isnt that important. Dont take it to heart. 安慰人的超級句子。
             4. Wed better be off.我們該走了。Its getting late. Wed better be off .
             5. Lets face it. 面對現實吧。常表明說話人不愿意逃避困難的現狀。參考例句:I know its a difficult situation. Lets face it, OK? 很棒啊,年輕人犯錯誤,上帝都會原諒,remember?但是犯了錯誤,你必須面對他,lets face it,或者是:lets face the music. 
             6. Lets get started.咱們開始干吧。勸導別人時說:Dont just talk. Lets get started.  
             lets get started.  
             lets start.  
             lets do it right now.  
             lets hit sth.  
             lets rock & roll.  
             lets put our hands on sth.
             7. Im really dead.我真要累死了。坦誠自己的感受時說:After all that work, I’m really dead.
            8. Ive done my best.我已盡力了。
             這句話,很有用,失敗有時難免,但是你要是可以說,ive done my best. or i spare no efforts.就不必遺憾,畢竟,man supposes, god disposes.
             9. Is that so?真是那樣嗎?常用在一個人聽了一件事后表示驚訝、懷疑。  
             10. Dont play games with me!別跟我;ㄕ!  
             11. I dont know for sure.我不確切知道。  
             Stranger: Could you tell me how to get to the town hall?  
             Tom: I dont know for sure. Maybe you could ask the policeman over there.  
             12. Im not going to kid you.我不是跟你開玩笑的。  
             Karin: You quit the job? You are kidding.  
             Jack: Im not going to kid you. Im serious. 
             13. Thats something. 太好了,太棒了。  
             A: Im granted a full scholarship for this semester.  
             B: Congratulations. Thats something.  
             14. Brilliant idea!這主意真棒!這主意真高明! 
             15. Do you really mean it? 此話當真?  
             Michael:Whenever you are short of money, just come to me.  
             David: Do you really mean it? 
            16. You are a great help.你幫了大忙  
             17. I couldnt be more sure. 我再也肯定不過。  
             18. I am behind you.我支持你。  
             A: Whatever decision youre going to make, I am behind you.  
             19. Im broke.我身無分文。  
             i am penniless.  
             20. Mind you!請注意!聽著!(也可僅用Mind。)  
             模范例句:Mind you! Hes a very nice fellow though bad-tempered.  
             21. You can count on it.你盡管相信好了,盡管放心。  
             A:Do you think he will come to my birthday party?  
             B: You can count on it.  
             22. I never liked it anyway.我一直不太喜歡這東西。當朋友或同事不小心摔壞你的東西時就可以用上這句話給他一個臺階,打破尷尬局面:Oh, dont worry. Im thinking of buying a new one. I never liked it anyway.  
             23. That depends.看情況再說。 (on sth)  
             例:I may go to the airport to meet her. But that depends.  
             24. Congratulations.恭喜你,祝賀你。 
             25. Thanks anyway.無論如何我還是得謝謝你。當別人盡力要幫助你卻沒幫成時,你就可以用這個短語表示謝意。  
             26. Its a deal.一言為定  
             Harry: Havent seen you for ages. Lets have a get-together next week.  
             Jenny: Its a deal  
             電影里經常聽到,its a deal, that is a good deal.或是兩個人打算達成某個協議或是做成某個生意會說:deal? deal! 

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