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《走遍美国》实用句型

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One   

@introduce yourself
自我介绍
1. My name is Mary Grove.
2. My name is Gregory Paul.
3. I'm Bill Speaks.
4. I'm Betty Hones.

@ask for permission
征求同意
1. May I take a picture of you and your little boy?
2. May I sit here?
3. May I use your bathroom?

@introduce a conversation
引出话题
1. By the way, your machine has already been fixed.
2. By the way, my sister has got married.
3. By the way, they arrived intact.

@thank someone
向人道谢
1. - Use my bike, please.
- Thank you. I appreciate your help.
2. - Laura, your phone call.
- Thank you.
3. I really want to go. Thanks again.

@respond to someone thanking you
回答别人的道谢
1. - Thank you for helping me get this ticket.
- Oh, my pleasure.
2. - I've got the book. Thank you.
- You're welcome.

@start talking to stranger
与陌生人攀谈
1. Excuse me. May I know your name, Miss?
2. Excuse me. Can I take this road to Norman?
3. Excuse me. Can I ask you a question?

@say good-bye after meeting someone for the first time
首次见面后道别
1. - I have to go now. Good-bye.
- Bye. It was nice meeting you.
2. - I have to get off here. Hope to see you again.
- It was a pleasure meeting you. Thank you for help.

@describe something
描述事、物
1 . It's a small canvas bag.
2 . This is a brown metal box.
3 . Here's a white glass bottle.

@compliment someone
赞美别人
1 . I think it looks terrific on you.
2 . I think this sweater looks marvelous on you.
3. You look prettier in this dress.

@make suggestions
提出建议
1. Try this sweater.
2. Try the blue one.
3. How about green?
4. How about going to the restaurant for dinner?

@apologize
道歉
1. I'm sorry I'm so late.
2. I'm sorry I can't go to your party.
3. A : You're 11 minutes late, Robert.
B : I'm really sorry.
4. A : Why don't you answer my letter?
B : I'm really sorry. I...

@ask for help
请求协助
1. Can you help me?
2. Can you help me with this load of books?
@reassure someone
为人打气
1. Don't worry. Everything will be fine.
2. Don't worry. You can pass the examinations.

@ask if someone found something
询问别人是否捡到东西
1. Did anyone find a small canvas bag?
2. Did any one of you find a pair of red boxing gloves?

@introduce someone
介绍别人
1. Let me introduce you. Dr.Wagner, from MacGill University.
2. This is Forrest Gump, my friend.

@respond to an introduction
介绍后回答
1. A: My name is Robert Jones.
B: How do you do?
A: This is my brother Jim.
B: It's nice to meet you, Jim.

@correct yourself
改正言辞错误
1. It's Richard's film! I mean Pappas.
2. A: Is it a difficult question? You can't answer it, can you?
B: Yes, oh, I mean, it's a difficult question, but...

@offer
善意帮忙
1. Would you like something to eat?
2. Can I drive you home?

@thank someone
向人道谢
1. I'm so glad you took the time and trouble to return the bag.
2. I'm so glad you let me use your car.

@respond to thanks
回答别人的道谢
1. A: I'm so glad you took the time and trouble to send me the tickets.
B: Oh. It was no trouble.

@accept an offer
接受别人好意
1. A: Would you like something to eat?
B: Yes, I'd appreciate that.
A: Would you like something to drink?
B: Yes, I'd appreciate that.

@refuse to offer
婉拒别人好意
1. A: Would you like something to eat?
B: No, thanks.
2. A: Can I take these bags for you?
B: No, thanks. I can manage them
myself.

@Here they are.
就在这里。
@The traffic is very heavy.
交通非常拥挤。
@Me, too.
我也要。
@Take it easy.
别紧张。
@You really saved the day for me.
你真的帮了我大忙。



Two   

@ask for help
请求协助
1. F: Excuse me. Can you help me?
M: Yes, what can I do for you?
2. F: Excuse me, sir. Can you help me to find this book?
M: Certainly, madam.

@say good-bye to someone you just met
见面人士道别
1. M: Bye, Marilyn. Hope to see you again.
F: See you later. Have a good time.
2. M: It's nice meeting you. Hope to see you again.
F: Me too. Have a nice evening.

@apologize
致歉
1. F: Sorry I'm late, John.
2. M: Excuse the mess, I've just moved here.

@give directions
指路
1. F: How can I get to the bank, sir?
M: Make a left turn. Then walk two blocks to the traffic light.
2. F: Could you tell me how to get to the parking lot?
M: Yes. Make a right turn. Then walk two blocks and turn left.

@make excuses
辩解
1. F: I'm sorry I'm late. I was lost.
2. M: Excuse me. It's messy here. I just moved here.

@accept an apology
接受
1. F: Don't worry about being absent. It's fine.
2. M: Don't worry about having broken the glass. It's OK.

@say a telephone number so someone can reach you
告诉别人电话号码,以便找你

1. F: If something happens, call me. I'll be at 666-6431.
2. M: If the baby doesn't feel well, please call me. I'll be at 863-0064.

@accept a gift
接受礼物
1. F: What pretty flowers! Thank you, Harry.
2. M: What a nice tie! Thanks a lot, Laura.

@order something to eat and drink
点菜或点饮料
1. F: What would you like to eat?
M: I'd like the mee krob.
2. F: Would you like something to drink?
M: Yes. Do you have a dry white wine?

@make a suggestion
提出建议
1. F: How about going to the cafeteria for dinner?
2. M: I recommend fried fish to you, sir. It's delicious.

@greet someone
欢迎
1. F: Welcome! This way, madam.
2. M: Good evening, sir. This way, please.

@ask about someone's job
问别人的职业
1. F: What do you do?
M: I'm a dentist.
2. F: May I know your job?
M: I'm a journalist.

@excuse yourself
请求原谅
1. F: Please forgive me. I'm very late.
2. M: I'm terribly sorry, Rose. I...I have to leave now.

@ask about a problem
询问对方的困难
1. F: What's the matter?
M: My boss wants me to go back to the
company immediately.
2. F: Is it serious?
M: No, it's just a stomachache.

@express concern
表示关怀
1. F: It's the baby-sitter.
M: I hope nothing is wrong.
2. F: I have to go home. My daughter is crying.
M: I hope your daughter is all right.

@ask about a past event
询问已发生的事情
1. M: What happened?
F: His boss called and asked him to return to his office.
2. M: What happened?
F: Her car was lost.

@ask about a problem
询问对方的困难
1. M: What's wrong?
F: The baby is awake. She's crying.
2. M: What's wrong?
F: There's no power.

@express surprise
表示惊讶
1. M: Who's that?
F: You won't believe it! Heura. It's Dad.
2. M: What's the matter?
F: You won't believe it! The lost car has been found.

@leave someone after a date
约会后临别说辞
1. M: Thank you, Linda. I had a nice evening.
F: Me too, Forest. I'll call you later.
2. M: It's almost midnight. I had a nice evening with you.
F: Nice to meet you. Hope to see you again.

@excuse yourself for making a surprise visit at a late hour
为太晚造访致歉
1. M: I'm terribly sorry, Linda. I hope it's not too late.
F: Oh, no, not at all.
2. M: Good evening, Monica. I hope it's not too late.
F: Oh, no, we're still eating.
@accept an excuse
接受对方道歉
1. M: I'm sorry. I hope I'm not too late.
F: Oh, no. Not at all.

@invite someone to enter
邀请别人进门
1. M: Julia.
F: Oh, Steve.... It 's you. Come in. Join us.
2. F: I hope I'm not too late.
M: Oh, no. Come in. Join us.

@make a promise
许诺
1. M: I promise I won't leave early.
2. F: I promise I won't do that again.

@leave a group of people
告辞
1. M: I'm going to excuse myself. I have to meet my wife at six.
2. F: Good night, everybody. I have to leave early. I'm going to meet my Mom off the train.


@What do you want?
什么事?
@After you.
请先走。
@I'll take care of everything.
我会好好照料一切。
@I'm not complaining.
我不在意。
@I never like that umbrella stand.
我一直嫌那伞架碍事。



Three   

@express excitement:
表示兴奋
1. We will have a 2-week vacation.
Oh, I am so excited.
2. Grandpa arrives on Tuesday.
Really? I'm very excited about his arrival.

@talk about a future event at a specific point in time:
谈论未来特定时间的事
1. At this time tomorrow morning, Grandpa will be sitting in the kitchen with us.
2. At this time next Sunday, we'll be sitting at home drinking champagne.

@talk about future schedules:
谈论未来安排
1. When does he arrive?
2. We have a meeting tomorrow afternoon.

@express approval or agreement:
表示赞同
1. He'll be happy here.
That's for true.
2. Maybe we can send him a picture of our whole class.
That's a neat idea.

@express admiration:
表示钦佩
1. He'll get here by himself.
He's something!
2. Bob repaired your car.
Oh, he's great.

@express an opinion or belief:
表示意见或信念
1. I think he will win the next round.
2. I guess it's snowing.
3. In my opinion, the company will be in debt soon.

@say two people are alike:
说两人相似
1. She always reminds him of Grandma.
2. You are another James Bond!


@ask indirectly about something:
间接询问
1. We were just wondering about this trunk.
It's locked.
2. We were just wondering about this seat.
Oh, it's empty. No one has taken it. You can sit there.

@offer help:
提议协助
1. Let me help you with this.
Oh, thank you.
2. Let me help you with this trunk.
Thank you very much.

@ask for help:
请求协助
1. Would you kindly hold these keys?
2. Would you kindly move this table away?

@tell someone not to hurry:
告诉对方不必急
1. It's OK, madam. Take your time.
2. It's still early. The train leaves at 5:10.
Take your time.

@express similarities:
表示相同、一致
1. I am a journalist.
I am, too.
2. I work for the BBC.
Oh, I do, too.

@respond to good news:
道贺
1. I've got a promotion.
Congratulations!
2. I've won a lottery.
Oh, congratulations!

@express excitement about a future event:
为未来某事兴奋
1. You said you have family in New York.
You must be excited.
I can't wait to see them!
2. We will soon land in Rome.
I can't wait to go there.

@say something doesn't bother someone:
说某人不在乎某事
1. Some people don't mind being alone.
2. She doesn't mind gaining weight.

@wish someone a happy visit:
祝对方来访愉快
1. I will be here for about a week.
Have a good stay.
2. Enjoy your stay in New York.
Thank you.

@invite someone to visit you:
邀对方来访
1. If you visit Honolulu, please look us up.
Thank you, I will.
2. I'll be in Boston next week.
Oh, it's nice. Please look us up.

@accept an invitation:
接受邀请
1. Shall we go fishing in the nearby lake?
OK. You name the day.
2. Let's have dinner in a restaurant this
evening.
Fine. You name the restaurant.

@talk about a memory after seeing something or someone:
睹物(人)怀旧
1. This picture really brings back
memories.
2. This hat really brings back beautiful
memories.

@express regret:
表示遗憾
1. I'm sorry Susan isn't here. I miss her very much.
She feels bad too, Grandpa.
2. We have had a nice evening. But I'm sorry Jane isn't here.
She is sorry, too.

@say you are pleased to see someone:
表示高兴见对方
1. I'm sure glad you're here, Grandpa.
2. I'm so happy to see you, Mr. Jones.
Oh, you look so beautiful, Jessie.

You're a big girl now.

@wish someone a good night's sleep:
祝对方睡得好
1. Good night, Charles.
Good night, Grandpa. Pleasant dreams.
2. I want to go to bed now, Mom. Good night. Good night. Pleasant dreams.

@express similarity:
表示相同处
1. You look so beautiful now, Susan. You look just like Grandma.
2. You are a big boy now. You look just like your father.


@That's for sure.
我同意你的看法。
@I've got it!
我有一个主意了!
@He's something!
他真了不起!
@Take your time.
慢慢来,别急。
@I can't wait.
我很兴奋。
@That's a neat idea.
这是个好主意。
@Look (us) up!
与(我们)联络。


Four   

@express a possibility
表示可能性
1. I could work out in your class ...
2. I could get two tickets for the concert.
3. I could find a way out of the jungle.
4. I could swim to the ship.

@say something is easy
说事情容易
1. A: Can you finish typing the letter in ten minutes?
B: No problem.
2. A: Can you carry such a heavy bag for an hour?
B: Yes, it's a snap.
3. A: Can you cook the meal in half an hour?
B: Yes, no sweat.
4. A: Can you lift the box?
B: Yes, it's a piece of cake.

@say something is difficult
说事情困难
1. A: Is computer programming easy?
B: No, it's rough.
2. A: Is it difficult to learn Japanese?
B: Very difficult. It's tough.

@express certainty
表示肯定
1. A: Do you think you could come to visit us Saturday?
B: Oh, yes, without a doubt.
2. I bet I can ride there in ten minutes.
3. I bet I can win the competition.

@say to telephone someone
说打电话给某人
1. A: Can I contact him at this time?
B: Give him a call.
2. A: I wonder if Mr. Stapleton is free
now?
B: Call him.

@say you are leaving for a place
说自己正要出发
1. A: Please get here a few minutes early.
B: Oh, I'm on my way over.
2. A: Be here at ten.
B: I'm on my way over.


@remind someone about something
提醒对方
1. And that includes Susan.
2. And that includes the transportation fee.
3. A: Don't forget the bet.
B: Don't you forget.

@say something is arranged
说事情安排妥了
1. A: Have you talked to Mr. Stevenson about the trip?
B: Yes, it's all set.
2. A: Have you called the booking office about your plane ticket?
B: Yes, it's all set.

@ask about someone's job
询问对方职业
1. A: What do you do for a living?
B: I'm a journalist.
2. A: What's your occupation?
B: I'm a teacher.
3. A: What do you do by trade?
B: I'm an engineer.

@make a suggestion
提出建议
1. Did you ever think of photographing an aerobics class?
2. Did you ever think of sending them a resume?
3. Did you ever think of writing a thank you note?
4. Did you ever think of getting her on a TV show?
5. How about today?
6. How about Saturday evening?
7. How about next Friday?

@propose a deal
提出交易条件
1. Maybe you can photograph a class,  and I can give you and Mrs. Stewart a month of classes--free.
2. Maybe you can teach me to dance, and I can help you with your English exercises.
3. Maybe you can revise the advertisement, and I can drive you to the airport.

@persuade someone
说服对方
1. Don't you think it'd be a good subject?
2. Don't you think it'd be a good try?
3. Don't you think it would save time?

@introduce an explanation
引出解释
1. Laura, I have to tell you something. My boss called me into his office and asked me to leave the company.

@react to news you expected
回应盼望已久的消息
1. A: I failed history, Mom.
B: I knew it!
2. A: Dad, I was fined for over speeding this afternoon.
B: I knew it!
3. A: Mike, I didn't really go to the airport.
B: I knew it!

@remind someone
提醒对方
1. Remember, the play begins at 7:15.
2. Remember, if it rains, you do the shopping...
3. Don't forget to write down the code.

@say you're enjoying something
说自己喜爱某事
1. A: Sunrise, twist, push ...
B: This is fun. How interesting!
2. A: One, two, three, go ...
B: This is fun.

@threaten or warn someone
威胁或警告对方
1. A: It's easy to do this.
B: Just wait.
2. A: Oh, the red team is going to win.
B: Just wait.
3. A: This job is quite exciting.
B: Just wait.

@say something is finished
说事情已完毕
1. Let's stop here. That's it for today.
2. So much for the translation exercise. That's it for today.
3. That's it for today. We'll leave chapter IV for next week.




@It's a snap.
太简单了,毫无问题。
@No sweat.
简单,绝无问题。
@You want to bet?
你想打赌?
@Nope.
不,没有。
@Anytime.
什么时候都行,你说吧,无所谓。
@You are kidding!
你在开玩笑吧!
@You think so?
你这样认为?
@I'm on my way over.
我马上就来。
@It's a piece of cake.
毫不费力。
@You are in great shape.
你的身体很好。


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Five   

@ask for an object
向人要东西
1. Hand me two eggs.
2. Please pass me the book.
3. Give me the glass, please.

@make suggestions
提建议
1. How about some bacon?
Maybe you can teach me how to work
on a computer someday.
2. Can you come fishing with me
tomorrow?
Maybe we should do it again.

@talk about the weather
谈论天气
1. I'll go bowling with you.
2. We're planning to go shopping this
afternoon.
3. Would you like to go swimming in such
a sunny day?
4. I'd love to go dancing with friends.

@talk about activities with got:
“去”进行活动
1. I've got to run.
2. I've got to go.
3. I've got to get moving.

@say you're in hurry and must leave:
急于离开的说辞
1. Don't you have to work?
2. You're going to the baseball game
today?
3. Making breakfast?
4. You caught the fish, didn't you?

@check information you thought you knew:
核对已知的信息
1. It'll be like old times.
2. Remember our fishing trips?
3. It's just like yesterday once more.

@remember the past:
忆往事
1. It'll be like old times.




@correct someone in a joking way
以开玩笑方式纠正对方


1. Burned, you mean.
2. Money, in fact.
3. Downhill from here on, indeed.

@say you're starting to do something
说自己开始着手
1. Here we go.
2. We are just on our way.
3. We're starting now.
4. Let's do it now.

@greet someone informally
非正式的问候语
1. Hi, there!
2. Hi.
3. Hiya!
4. How's it going?

@say no emphatically
强调不行
1. Not a chance!
2. No, way!
3. No, chance!
4. No, no, a thousand times no!

@tell someone to do something slowly and carefully
告诉对方慢慢地、仔细地做
1. Easy does it.
2. Take it easy.
3. Take your time.

@encourage someone
鼓励别人
1. That's it.
2. Come on.
3. That a boy.
4. That a girl.
5. Try again.
6. Don't let someone or something get
you down.
7. What's the harm in trying again?
8. Don't lose heart.
9. Good for you!

@make suggestions
提出建议
1. What do you say we get back to our
fishing?
2. Why don't we do it again?
3. Would you like to go shopping
someday?
4. Is that OK to go with me?
5. How about an outing?

@say goodbye informally
道别的非正式说辞
1. So long.
2. See ya!
3. See ya, bye-bye.
4. Later.

@say you admire someone
表示钦佩
1. Your dad is quite a guy.
2. He is something.
3. You're really someone.

@react to bad news
对坏消息的反应
1. Uh-oh.
2. My god!
3. It's hard to believe!

@express thanks
道谢
1. How can I thank all of you?
2. I'm very grateful ...
3. I'm so thankful to all of you.

@apologize
道歉
1. I guess I ruined your day.
2. I'm going to excuse myself.
3. I hope I'm not bothering you.
4. I'm sorry it took you so much trouble.


@What are you doing tomorrow?
你明天准备做什么?
@Nothing much.
没什么要紧的事。
@I've got to run.
我得赶紧走了。
@Going fishing?
要去钓鱼?
@We didn't catch anything.
我们什么也没钓着。
@Remember our fishing trips?
还记得我们以前那些钓鱼之行吗?
@Don't you have to work?
你不用上班吗?
@It'll be like old times.
过去的美好时光又会重现。
@What's the weather going to be like?
明天天气会怎样?
@Here we go.
现在我们可以开始了。
@Now, the important thing is to get
the hook close to the fish.
现在,重要的是让鱼钓靠近鱼。
@Not a chance!
不可能!
@Hi, there!
你好,嘿。
@No way!
不行,决不可以。
@Come on.
你来吧!
@You bet.
你可以确信。
@Easy does it.
别慌,慢点。
@That a boy.
对了,就这样。
@So long.
再见。



Six   

@tell someone to begin working
告诉对方开始工作
1. Set out!
2. It's time for you to start working.
3. Please get down to your business.

@talk about possibilities
谈论可能性
1. Are the odds in my favour?
2. What chance of success is there?
3. Does he have a poor chance of
winning?

@ask someone for help
请求帮忙
1. Can you help me?
2. Will you give me a hand?
3. Please do us a good turn.

@praise a child
称赞孩子
1. You are the boy.
2. You're a good boy.
3. You're a fine girl.

@wish someone a happy holiday
祝假日愉快
1. Have a good time in your holiday.
2. Merry Christmas!
3. Wish you a happy holiday!

@ask why someone is acting strangely
询问何以某人行为怪异
1. What's eating you?
2. What's wrong with you?
3. What's the matter?

@express enthusiasm
表示热心
1. Hey, that big thing!
2. What a view!
3. Don't you just love it?

@agree that something is possible
表示同感
1. Probably so.
2. That's of chance.
3. Most likely.



@say someone will recover
说某人会安然无恙
1. He'll be fully recovered.
2. He'll be well soon.
3. She'll be healthy.

@express happiness about a future event
期待未来
1. I eagerly await your early reply.
2. I expect that you will come back soon.
3. I hope to see you again.

@express likes/dislikes:
表达好恶
1. I hate...
2. I'm fond of...
3. I enjoy...

@say yes informally
“Yes”的变体
1. OK.
2. Yea.

@thank someone
致谢
1. That was very kind of you.
2. I'd like to thank Marilyn for being so
patient.
3. I want to thank Mr. Short for his kind
invitation.

@agree
同意
1. I'll go along with that.
2. I have no objection to that.
3. I quite agree with your plan.

@suggest a change in activity
建议改变活动
1. We should take a little break ...
2. Let's stop to have a walk.
3. Shall we leave the room and go
outside to make a snowman?

@say something is obvious
表示事情显而易见
1. How'd you guess?
2. Everybody knows it.
3. Don't you know this? She likes him
very much.

@say you appreciate someone's short visit
感谢对方来访
1. I'm glad you came by.
2. I appreciate your coming.
3. Mom says she hopes to see you again
soon here.

@thanking someone for cooking
感谢主人盛餐招待
1. It was a wonderful meal.
2. The steak is delicious, Bob.
3. I have never tasted such appetizing
salad before.

@invite someone to take a seat
邀请对方坐下
1. Please sit down.
2. Have a seat.
3. Take a seat, please.

@persuade someone to give your permission
恳请对方允许
1. Just let me see the score ...
2. Please let me in.
3. Please let me finish the novel.


@There's much more to be done.
我们有很多事要做。
@Can you do me a favor?
你能帮我个忙吗?
@That's my boy!
好儿子!
@Alexandra might call.
Alexandra 可能会来电话。
@I see.
我知道了,我懂。
@Make you feel better.
这会使你舒服些。
@What's gotten into him?
他怎么搞的?
@Maybe so.
也许是这样,或许是吧。
@Wrong number.
打错了电话。
@That was very kind of you.
你真周到。


Seven   

@praise something or someone
赞美事物或他人
1. This new Walkman is absolutely
wonderful.
2. Your new dress is very nice.
3. You made a great speech.

@say something is obvious
说某事显而易见
1. It's very clear.
2. I can tell.
3. Everyone can see that.

@ask if someone has a problem
询问对方是否有困难
1. Is something wrong?
2. What's the matter?
3. What's up?

@express sadness at not being somewhere or with a person or persons
因不在某地或未见某人而表示惆怅
1. I miss them.
2. I feel homesick.
3. I am longing to see you.

@state consequences
说明后果
1. I have to turn off the lights, or else my
father will get really angry.
2. You should first finish your homework,
or you are not allowed to watch TV.
3. We should walk faster or we will be
late for the movie.

@say a sound is familiar
说声音好像很熟悉
1. It sounded like a dog barking.
2. It sounds like the scream of a woman.
3. His voice reminds me of my uncle.

@invite someone into your house
请人进入屋内
1. Make yourself at home.
2. My house is always open for you.
3. I wish you could come to see us
sometime.

@console a child or animal


安慰小孩或动物

1. You poor little thing.
2. You poor, poor baby.
3. Don't cry. It's all right.

@talk about a longtime wish
谈论早已有的愿望
1. I've always wanted a springer spaniel.
2. Since I was a child, I have dreamed of
becoming an artist.
3. I have longed for a trip to Europe for
years.

@pause before answering a question
回答问题前略事思考
1. Let me think.
2. I'll think it over.
3. Let me consider it.

@identify someone or something
确指某人或某物
1. They're the ones.
2. That is what I am looking for.
3. He is the man who can help you.

@find out the hours a business is open
询问办公时间
1. How late are you open?
2. What are the opening hours of the
store?
3. At what time will the store start
business?

@say someone is lovable
说某人可爱
1. She's hard to resist.
2. She is cute.
3. Her smile is so appealing.

@encourage someone
鼓励别人(儿童)
1. Atta girl/boy!
2. Keep your chin up, boy!
3. Come on! You can make it!

@find out about a procedure
询问处理程序
1. How do I do that?
2. What do I begin with?
3. What's the first step?

@say something is sufficient
说明某物足够
1. Your name will do.
2. That will be OK.
3. That's enough.

@be assertive
断言
1. I'm serious.
2. I am certain about it.

@ask about experiences in a person's life
询问对方生活中的经验
1. Have you ever owned an animal?
2. Have you ever gone abroad?
3. Have you ever studied French?

@add information
补充消息
1. There's more.
2. And one thing more.
3. Following are the details.

@express regret
表示遗憾
1. I am sorry.
2. That's too bad.

@say you will return
说会再来
1. I'll be back.
2. I will come back soon.
3. I'll return at once.

@say you understand
说你懂了
1. I've got it.
2. I get the picture.
3. I see.

@identify yourself on the telephone
电话中表明身份
1. This is he.
2. This is Linda Aborn.
3. This is Davis speaking.


@What's up?
怎么啦?发生什么事?
@I can tell.
我能感觉到。
@How late are you open?
你们开到多晚?
@She's hard to resist.
她真是人见人爱。她真可爱。
@Atta girl!
真是个好女孩。
@We're off.
我们走了。我们上路了。
@Is that it?
就这些啦?
@Stewart residence.
Stewart 家。
@This is he.
就是他。
@Your name will do.
你的名字就够


Eight   

@ask someone to be specific
请对方详述
1. Like what special matters?
2. Can you tell me the exact reason?

@express confidence in someone
表示对某人有信心
1. I know you can do it.
2. I know you'll be able to take care of it.
3. You can work it out, Robert. I believe
you can.

@say that something won't hurt
说某事不妨碍
1. You won't feel a thing.
2. You won't feel any pain.
3. Jumping like this won't hurt your legs.

@compare the importance of two things
比较两物的重要性
1. Your health is more important,
2. Being beautiful is more important than
saving money.

@state consequences
说明后果
1. If I have my tonsils out tomorrow, I'll
miss my birthday party on Saturday.
2. If you are slack like this, you will be
fired by your boss.

@offer to find a solution
表示可代为设法
1. Let me try to work something out.
2. I'll come up with something.
3. I have a way to solve the problem.

@persuade someone by offering a reward
以奖赏劝服对方
1. You just put on your pajamas and
robe, and I'll think of a surprise.
2. You just stop watching TV, and I'll tell
you a story.
3. You just give up smoking, and I'll go
on a holiday with you.

@reassure someone
安慰对方
1. Everything will be just fine.
2. Nothing serious. It's just a cold.
3. Don't worry. She'll be OK.

@verify an answer
查对答案
1. You're sure you've never played?
2. Are you sure you've seen this film?

@refer to an action in progress
提起进行中的事
1. You can learn as we go.
2. You can join in at any time.
3. You can come in and see the movie at
any time.

@say someone doesn't act well after losing a game
说对方玩输以后没有风度
1. You're a sore loser.
2. You can only be a winner.

@stop an argument
要大家停止争论
1. No arguing!
2. Stop arguing!

@greet a group of people informally
向一群人打招呼(很轻松随便的口吻)
1. Hi, gang.
2. Hi, everybody.
3. Good morning boys.

@hold someone to his or her word
要对方遵守诺言
1. You promised me a surprise.
2. You said you love me.

@check something you think is true
查对你认为属实的事
1. It hurts, doesn't it?
2. So you will have dinner?
3. You will wash the dishes, won't you?

@make a promise
承诺
1. We'll see to it that you have
strawberry and vanilla ice cream.
2. Then three it will be.
3. I promise I will get you two tickets for
the concert.

@encourage a child
鼓励孩子
1. Come on now.
2. You're a big boy.
3. You can pass the test, Catherine.

@comfort someone who's not feeling well
安慰病人
1. I know it hurts, but it'll be better
tomorrow.
2. It's not much pain. You can get over it.

@negotiate
谈条件
1. But first you have to smile.
2. No smile, no surprise.
3. If you want a surprise, then you've got
to smile first.

@wish someone a happy birthday
祝对方生日快乐
1. Happy birthday, Carl.
2. Happy birthday to you.

@How you doing?
你怎么样啦?
@It's a problem,isn't it?
这是个问题,不是吗?
@I got it!
我猜到了。
@Want to hear them?
你想听听吗?
@You're fooling me.
你在骗我。
@Everything will be just fine.
一切都会好的。
@You're a sore loser.
你是个输不起的人。
@Hi, gang.
嗨,各位。
@What's going on?
怎么啦?
@That's the deal.
这是交换条件。

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<<走遍美国>>
http://www.gz.supergnet.com/loca ... /america/index.html

GOOD! SAVE IT TO MY HARD DRIVE. THANKS!  -birdswimming(feifei); 8.21 10:53 (#704961)Reply
小心上当。  -rollor(Rollor); 8.21 16:27 (#705611)Reply
Good job! I think what I am really lack of is just the standard oral English.  -ellenfield(花豹); 8.21 12:47 (#705167)Reply
句型总结得不错,但解释得不好。学习时千万小心。  -rollor(Rollor); 8.21 16:28 (#705615)Reply
能不能把<<走遍美国>>实用句型(1) 贴出来,谢谢!  -jzchina(jzchina); 8.21 13:04 (#705211)Reply
在精华区有  -f-22(风清扬); 8.21 15:59 (#705552)Reply
走遍美国 URL  -mamamio(玛玛米哦); 8.21 16:08 (#705573)Reply
怎麽听着像老中说的,是不是当年杨兰办的节目啊?  -chiwawa(笑倒江湖); 8.21 16:17 (#705595)Reply
美国人制作的吧  -mamamio(玛玛米哦); 8.21 16:25 (#705608)Reply
>实用句型& >大家小心。这篇心得中误解比较多,看看可以,但千万不能当作学习材料。Think first.  -rollor(Rollor); 8.21 16:25 (413 bytes.

大家小心。这篇心得中误解比较多,看看可以,但千万不能当作学习材料。Think first.
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by rollor (Rollor) at 2002.8.21 16:25

这些怎么是在谈论天气?

1. I'll go bowling with you.
2. We're planning to go shopping this
afternoon.
3. Would you like to go swimming in such
a sunny day?
4. I'd love to go dancing with friends.

这篇心得中有不少误解,或者说解释得不全面。如 I've got to run,意思是“我得快点走了”,这个句式用的是“have to”。按照文中的说明,这是在用 got 表示要做什么活动,不知道的人以为是说 “我要去跑步”呢。
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by f-22 (风清扬) at 2002.8.22 09:57

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Nine   

@emphasize a question
强调问题
1. What time is it, anyway?
2. How much money did you get in the
deal, huh?
3. Do you like her or not, Tom?

@say something doesn't bother you
说自己不在乎
1. I don't mind.
2. I don't care.
3. It doesn't matter to me.

@make a suggestion
提出建议
1. Maybe you should think about
becoming a writer.
2. Maybe you would like the green
T-shirt.
3. Have you ever thought of studying
law?

@reassure someone
安慰对方
1. You'll be OK.
2. It will be nothing to you.
3. You will surely win.

@talk about a coincidence
谈巧合
1. It turns out he's a classmate of mine.
2. George happened to be at the party.
3. I found it was my lost car.

@say someone has made time for something
说某人有空办某事
1. He's agreed to fit you into his
schedule.
2. She's agreed to type the document in
the evening.
3. He said he'll leave a whole day for the
reception tomorrow.

@say something doesn't follow logically
说事情并非必然
1. It doesn't mean you have to be a
doctor.
2. I don't mean you have to repeat it.
3. He didn't say you couldn't join them.


@introduce an important statement
引出话题
1. I want you to know something.
2. I'm going to tell you something.
3. They have something to declare.

@say you've made up your mind about
something
表示自己已有结论
1. I came to that conclusion.
2. I've come to the conclusion that ...
3. I've made up my mind about that.

@thank someone for listening to you
感谢对方倾听
1. Thanks for hearing me out.
2. That's all for today. Thank you.
3. My speech is over. Thank you.

@say someone looks young
说对方看上去年轻
1. You look as young as ever.
2. You look much younger than your real
age.
3. You don't look that old.

@say something isn't obvious
说某事并不明显
1. It doesn't show.
2. There's not much difference.
3. It doesn't look so.

@ask about life experiences
询问生活经验
1. What kind of articles have you written?
2. Have you ever thought about becoming
a journalist?
3. How long have you been an actor?

@say someone isn't sure
说对方似乎不太肯定
1. You seem to have some reservations.
2. You seem to be uncertain about it.
3. It has not been decided yet.

@give advice
提出忠告
1. One piece of advice ...
2. My advice is ...
@What are you working on?
你在干什么?
@What's it about?
是关于什么方面的?
是什么题目?
@I don't mind.
我不在乎。
@came to that conclusion
作出那样的结论
@Thanks for hearing me out.
谢谢你听我的意见。
@Doesn't show.
看不出来。
@What's little uncertain.
我有点犹豫不决。
@That sounds fine.
这样听起来蛮好的。
@It's great to see you!
真高兴见到你!
@In that case...
这么说……
@university club
大学俱乐部


Ten   

@respond to a command informally
非正式回答命令
1. Will do.
2. Right.

@ask why
询问为什么
1. What for?
2. Why so?
3. What is your reason?

@ask someone to continue
请对方继续
1. Go on.
2. Please carry on.
3. Go ahead.

@ask to see something
请对方出示物品
1. Would you show me the drawings,
please?
2. May I have a look at your new coat?
3. May I see that vase over there, please?

@give commands
下达命令
1. Make sure everybody is at that
meeting.
2. Ask Mr. Wilson to come to see me.
3. This must be done before noon.

@say something probably isn't important
说某事可能不重要
1. It's probably nothing.
2. One book isn't a big loss, is it?

@ask someone not to let you forget something
请他人提醒你
1. Remind me to leave at 12:45.
2. Call me for the meeting.
3. Remind me of the 10:20 appointment.

@interrupt someone to introduce a new idea
打断对方说话
1. Wait a minute. I'll explain it later.
2. Just a minute. I have a great idea here.
3. Excuse me. Do you have a few minutes
for me?


@say you think something is true
说自己认为某事属实
1. It seems to me that he is lying.
2. I have a feeling that she will come.
3. I know something is going on here.

@ask for help with solving a problem
征询意见
1. Any suggestions?
2. Can you tell me how I can get there?
3. Do you have any ideas about buying a
new car?

@excuse someone for being impolite
为他人不当举止辩解
1. Michelle is a little shy.
2. She is rather nervous.
3. Today Roy is in a bad mood. Forgive
him.

@talk about past habits
谈过去习惯
1. I used to be that way.
2. We would go down to the beach and
catch crabs.
3. We would visit my aunt once a month.

@say you have the answer to a problem
说你已解决某一难题
1. I just solved the mystery.
2. I've got the answer.
3. I know how to work it out.

@ask how someone will deal with a problem
询问对方如何处理难题
1. What are you going to do about it if she
says she doesn't love you?
2. How are you going to get the car fixed?
3. How are you going to solve the
transportation problem?

@ask for a waiter's advice
请侍者建议
1. What do you recommend?
2. What wine would you suggest?
3. Any special for today?

@say something is popular
说某物正合时令
1. The crab salad is always a big hit.
2. Lots of our customers like that kind of
style.
3. These shoes sold fast.

@begin a serious conversation
开始严肃话题
1. Michelle, can we have a talk?
2. Bill, there is something I'd like to tell
you.
3. I think we need a discussion, Bob.

@avoid answering directly
避免直接回答
1. It's too hard to explain.
2. It takes time to explain this.
3. Can I talk to you some other time?

@allow someone to cancel an appointment
同意他人取消约会
1. If Michelle doesn't want to go, we don't
have to.
2. If you're busy, we can meet sometime
later.
3. If you don't feel well, we can go
shopping tomorrow.

@excuse yourself for a moment
请对方稍候
1. Could you wait one minute? I have a
call to make.
2. Excuse me, I'll be back in a few
minutes.
3. Excuse me for a moment. I want to give
him the car key.

@make excuses
辩解
1. I find myself in an embarrassing / a
difficult situation.
2. I'm terribly sorry. The children are too
noisy.
3. I am really embarrassed. It was a
mistake.

@Will do. = Sure, I'll do it.
我会去办的。
@Right. = I'll do it.
好的。
@Smell the flowers.
轻松一下。
@There you go.
这是你们的。你们东西来了。
@It's so nice out.
外面天气真好。
@He can answer any questions.
他可以回答任何问题。
@Good for you.
为你高兴。
@We had a talk.
我们谈了一下。
@To enjoy the simple things in life...
享受人生乐趣……


Eleven   

@ask for advice
征询意见
1. I'd like your opinion.
2. What do you think about it?
3. What's your idea on this subject?

@say something is too expensive
说东西太贵
1. We can't afford it.
2. That car is out of my reach.
3. That house means a huge amout of
money for us.

@say something is like something or someone else
说某事像另一事或另一人的行为方式
1. Sounds like Richard.
2. Seems like a disk.
3. It's just like Easter.

@say something is appropriate
说某物正合适
1. It was just right for us.
2. The skirt suits you well.
3. The lid fits the boiler quite well.

@say the same things happen again in people's lives
说历史重演
1. History repeats itself.
2. War breaks out again.
3. The sun rises every day.

@offer to help
表示愿意帮忙
1. If I can be of any help, let me know.
2. Do you need some help?
3. Can I do something for you?

@say something is surprising
说某事太令人惊讶
1. You won't believe this, he ran away
from home.
2. It can hardly be imagined that he is
married.
3. It's amazing that she can sing so well!


@say one action will happen immediately


after another
说某行动紧接着另一行动
1. I'll talk to Richard the minute he comes
home.
2. I'll call you as soon as I get home.
3. I'll drive to pick you up right after I find
the car key.

@tell someone not to hurry
请对方不必急
1. There's no need to rush.
2. Don't hurry; it's still early.
3. Take your time.

@say you're happy to do something for someone
说自己乐于助人
1. It's my pleasure to help you find a
house.
2. I'll be glad to do the whitewashing for
you.
3. I feel pleased to drive the car for you.

@say you learned some news
说你听到某种消息
1. I hear you're expecting a baby.
2. I understand you have a house to rent.
3. I've heard of your promotion.

@say you understand something
说自己了解情况
1. I have a good idea about your financial
situation.
2. I know you've got a fever.
3. I have a clear idea about your
question.

@say you don't like something
说自己不喜欢情况
1. I don't care for a ranch type.
2. I don't favor late marriages.
3. I don't like old-fashioned cars.

@say a price is fair
说价钱便宜
1. The price is right.
2. It's a bargain.
3. It's a real buy.

@say a house became available, or ready to sell
说正好有房屋租或出售
1. This house just came on the market.
2. This two-story house is for sale.
3. That building is ready to sell.

@send greeting to someone
向他人致意
1. Give my best to your parents.
2. I'll give them your regards.
3. Give her my best regards.

@thank someone
向某人致谢
1. We really appreciate your advice.
2. Thank you for hearing me out.
3. I appreciate your help.

@respond to a greeting
回答别人
1. A: Pleased to meet you.
B: Likewise.
2. A: How are you?
B: Fine, thanks.
3. A: Good morning.
B: Morning.

@give additional information
附带一提
1. As a matter of fact, my whole family
banks here.
2. Indeed, I drove all the way to Chicago
by myself.
3. In fact, all of us can cook.

@ask what someone wants
征询对方需要
1. What kind of house did you have in
mind?
2. What food did you really want?
3. What's your ideal car?

@ask if someone is able to do something
询问对方是否能做某事
1. Are you prepared to make a ten-percent
down payment?
2. Are you going to sell them at $5 each?
3. Can you cook the fish tender?

@say something is more difficult than you had thought
说某事比预期的还难
1. Well, the idea of buying a house is
exciting.
2. It all sounded so easy until they
mentioned collateral.
3. We thought it was easy to make a
model plane all by ourselves; but now
we don't.

@say other opportunities will come in the future
说将来会有其他机会
1. There'll be other houses.
2. You will do well in other tests.
3. You'll get admission from other
universities.

@agree with someone
赞同他人
1. Richard has a point, Marilyn.
2. Mark is right, Mom.
3. Len is truthful.

@say you'll always be ready to help someone
说自己随时准备帮助
1. We'll be there for you.
2. You can always find us helpful.
3. You can always rely on me for help.

@We couldn't afford it.
我们负担不起。
@When did you buy a house?
你们什么时候买房子?
@The price is right.
价格合适。
@Give my best to your parents.
我会向你父母问好。
@I'll give them your regards.
我会向他们转达你的问候之意。
@Read (this) over.
详读。
@Take care.
走好,慢走。
@We'll be there for you.
我们会伸出援助之手。
@Likewise.
我也一样。
@Here's a real buy.
这个价格便宜。


Twelve   

@ask if someone you can't see is entering
询问门外何人
1. Is that you, Susan?
2. Is it Jane coming?
3. Who is it?

@express joy at seeing someone
表示见到对方很高兴
1. Am I glad to see you!
2. How nice to see you here!
3. I'm pleased to meet you.

@express pleasure at being alone with someone
表示乐于与对方独处
1. It's just you and me.
2. I'm glad we are all alone now.
3. Just the two of us, how nice.

@emphasize a point
强调重点
1. To tell you the truth, I didn't see the
movie last night.
2. Frankly, she is beautiful.
3. To be honest, I have no money.

@express unhappiness about not having enough to do
表示对无所事事感到不乐
1. I'm restless.
2. I'm bored.
3. I've got extra time on my hands.

@agree on something
表示赞同
1. Sounds good to me.
2. I agree.
3. I'll go along with that.

@express confidence about solving a problem
表示有信心解决难题
1. There must be something.
2. We'll find a solution.
3. I'll surely find a way to solve the
problem.

@express concern



表示关怀
1. What's the problem?
2. What's wrong?
3. What's wrong with him?
4. You sound like something's bothering
you.

@identify something
确认事物
1. That's not it.
2. It's about my grandfather.
3. That is the reason I'm here.

@offer to help
表示愿意帮忙
1. What can I do?
2. What kind of advice are you looking
for?
3. Shall I give you a hand?

@thank someone for his/her help
感激对方协助
1. I can always depend on you.
2. I really appreciate your help.
3. You are a big help to me.

@accept thanks
回答对方致谢
1. I'm glad to help.
2. It's my pleasure.
3. It's nothing.

@make a suggestion
出主意
1. I thought maybe you should change
your attitude.
2. I have an idea that may solve the
problem.
3. Maybe we could have dinner together
someday.

@say "yes" informally
“yes”的非正式代替词
1. Right.
2. Sure.
3. Yeah.

@check that something is true
查对事情是否属实
1. Really, Mr. Marchetta?
2. Are you kidding?
3. Is that true?

@express enthusiasm for an idea
表示欢迎某种主意
1. That's music to my ears.
2. This is really what I'm thinking of.
3. How wonderful it sounds!

@talk about your work experience
谈自己的工作经验
1. I have forty-three years of on-the-job
training.
2. I practically built the theater with my
own two hands.
3. I've worked on this post for ten years.

@praise someone
称赞别人
1. That is some history.
2. You're a valuable asset.
3. He's quite a man.
4. You earned your weight in gold.
5. You're a real inspiration.

@express confidence
表示自信心
1. I want to put my experience on the line.
2. I think I can be of some help to you.
3. I believe I can.

@suggest a solution
提出解决办法
1. A simple solution might be found
easily.
2. Would that be a solution?
3. It can be solved in this way.

@welcome someone who has just joined an organization
欢迎新会员
1. Welcome aboard.
2. Welcome to BFSU.
3. We are pleased that you come.

@thank someone
向某人致谢
1. Thanks again.
2. I owe you a lot.
3. I'm thankful to you.

@agree on something
表示一言为定
1. It's a deal.
2. That's the idea.
3. It sounds reasonable.


@It's me.
是我。
@Am I glad to see you!
我真的很高兴见到你!
@How are things?
近况如何?
@Sure can.
当然可以。
@That's music to my ears.
正合我意,正是我想听到的。
@Welcome aboard!
欢迎加入!
@Let's talk business.
让我们来谈谈正经事。
@You just earned your weight in gold.
你帮了大忙。


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其实这是地道的美国口语。。。。。。
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by f-22 (风清扬) at 2002.8.22 09:58

其实这是地道的美国口语,本人以为<<走遍美国>>是比较不错的英语教材,所有的解释并非本人所为,只是将它们总和在一起便于大家和我一块共同学习,其实相信许多人有共同感觉就是:想表达自己的意思,不知该如何表达,尤其用地道的口语。这就是一个比较好的总结教材,当然很多解释是针对特定的语言环境和特定的情形,这需要大家自己把握。
发表于 2002-8-28 23:34:48 | 显示全部楼层
bao bao
发表于 2002-8-29 09:17:30 | 显示全部楼层
(y)

当年我也是把<<走遍美国>>看了不下5遍, 笔记也记了一本. 里面的许多口语的确非常经典.
发表于 2004-9-25 18:52:03 | 显示全部楼层
兄弟辛苦了,
全不收下,谢谢~~
加分啊~~
发表于 2004-11-1 16:30:26 | 显示全部楼层
非常非常感谢!!!因为我太需要了!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
发表于 2006-3-1 23:47:03 | 显示全部楼层
很受启发
发表于 2006-3-2 15:17:20 | 显示全部楼层
打算慢慢读来。
发表于 2006-3-5 23:24:58 | 显示全部楼层
楼主为苦于寻找口语学习材料的人们做了一件好事。

《走边美国》应用的是一种叫做“功能”的教学方法,就是说,将常用口语按照其在交际环境中所起的作用进行分类,比如将用来打招呼、道歉、提出疑问等等用处的句子,按类别放在一起,便于学生按交际需要来学习掌握。

这是英语交际教学法在实际教学中的一种应用。其好处之一是,学生可以象使用词典或其他分类工具书一样,在需要时,按类别寻找应该使用的句子来学。减少一些学习的随意性及无目的性。

任何一种口语教材都可以学口语,但是,没有哪一种教材可以教会你口语。

既然叫“口语”, 就意味着要动口。这个动口不是谈论什么教材好,什么句子漂亮,什么用语地道,而是-------说那些句子,用那些语词。

少评价,多练习。练多了,练会了,你自己就知道什么叫“两岸猿声啼不住”了。

努力。
发表于 2006-6-24 12:13:32 | 显示全部楼层
谢谢
  :smile:
发表于 2006-6-25 21:30:46 | 显示全部楼层
少评价,多练习。练多了,练会了。。。。谢谢,当年没学完
发表于 2006-6-25 22:52:37 | 显示全部楼层
Good job.
发表于 2007-6-1 16:59:17 | 显示全部楼层

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发表于 2007-6-28 20:08:17 | 显示全部楼层
SO GOOD
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