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美国习惯用语-第94讲:cloudyin the clouds 今天我们要给大家讲解两个由cloud这个字组成的习惯用语。大家肯定都知道cloud就是天上的云。天上满布乌云的时候,天空往往就变得很暗淡。我们要讲的第一个俗语就是这个意思。 Cloud这个字是名词,意思是云。Cloud后面加一个字母y就成了形容词,意思是:多云。但是,它的含意也可以解释为:暗淡、不乐观。下面是一个电台播音员在发表他对国际贸易前景的看法: 例句-1: "When you look at all the trouble spots around the globe right now, the future of international trade looks very cloudy." 这位播音员说:“要是你看看当前全球所有有问题的地方,国际贸易的前景看来是很暗淡的。”换句话说也就是,这位播音员认为国际贸易的前景并不乐观。 在天上多云的时候,许多东西也不像阳光灿烂的时候看的那么清楚。下面这句话就是一个例子。美国国会两院对每一个新的提案都要经过讨论,然后投票通过。一名记者问一位参议员国会会不会通过某个提案。这位参议员回答说: 例句-2: "I'd have to say the chances are cloudy. We have quite a bit of support for this bill but we're not sure that we have enough votes to get it passed." 这位参议员回答说:“我觉得很难肯定。持这项提案的人还不少,但是我们不敢肯定我们会有足够的票数来通过这项提案。” 不管是美国人,还是中国人,我们每个人恐怕都有白日做梦的时候。有的时候,我们一边走路,一边在想心事,或者是一边做什么事,一边在想其他事情,身边发生什么事全然没有注意到。美国人把这叫做:in the clouds。 In the clouds可以解释为:心不在焉。请听下面这个例子,这是一个人在说她的朋友: 例句-3: "Sally is my best friend but she walked right past me today, and didn't even say hello. Her head certainly was in the clouds--she looked like her mind was a thousand miles away." 这个人说:“沙莉是我最好的朋友,可是,她今天在我身旁走过,连招呼都没有跟我打。她肯定在白日做梦,看起来她的心思好像在一千哩以外的地方。” 下面的例子讲的是一个学生。这个学生上课的时候没有注意听讲,他说: 例句-4: "I was really embarrassed--the teacher asked me a question and I didn't even hear him; I was daydreaming and my head was in the clouds." 他说:“我当时真是非常难堪。老师问我问题,我根本没有听见。那时,我刚好在做白日梦,思想在开小差。” 以上我们给大家介绍了两个由cloud这个字组成的习惯用语。它们是:cloudy和in the clouds。Cloudy就是暗淡、不乐观的意思。它也可以解释为不清楚,不明确。In the clouds就是心不在焉,思想开小差。 /200601/3049。

【学习提示】第一步:先听,理解句子;第二步:看原文模仿!【原声模仿】1. Come on. Dad! We’ve gotta go. Wake up!2. You promised!3. I can’t marry her. She is my friend. /200605/7327。

020 asking for directions Words Traffic sign Policeman Direction Route Junction Crossroads Up-to-date map Side road Traffic lights Railway station Total distance Roundabout One-way street Motorway Phrases Turn left/right Go straight on Turn around Lose your/the way Ask the way Take the wrong turn Keep going When you get to Beginner A: excuse me, can you tell me the way to Holton railway station? B: sure. It’s quite far from here. Don’t worry, though. It’s not difficult to get there. A: I think I’m going in the wrong direction, aren’t? B: yes. First, you need to turn around. Do you remember passing some traffic lights further up this road? A: yes, I do. They are about two miles away, right? B: that’s right. Drive back to the traffic rights and turn right. Follow the road for about a mile, until you see the plaza hotel. It’s a really big hotel. You can’t miss it. Turn left at the hotel. A: so, right at the traffic lights two miles up the road, then left at the plaza hotel, a mile along that road. Got it. B; then you just go straight on until you see the station ahead of you. A; ok. Got it. Thanks for you help. B: no problem. Intermediate A: ok, I’ve got an up-to-day map. Let’s check the route from here to the airport. B: where are we? Oh, here we are. So we drive to the A120 and turn left. A: no, we turn right. Remember that we are coming from this direction. B: oh yes! Sorry! Then we drive to the M11 motorway. A; how far is that? B: it’s only seven miles. We turn left to join the motorway and drive south. A: according to the map, we get off the M11 at the second junction and join the M25. that’s the motorway that goes around the edge of London. B: that’s another 15 miles, so that’s 22 miles total so far. A: then we drive west on the M25. we must be careful to turn in the right direction! B: then we drive on the M25. it turns south. When we reach exit 15, we turn left and go west along the M4. A: then we take the first Heathrow Airport. What’s the total distance? B: the journey around the M25 is 33 miles and then 3 extra miles to get to the airport. So how many miles is that together? A: 22 miles to the M25, 33 miles on the M25, and 3 after that. That’s a total of 58 miles, isn’t it? B: it shouldn’t take us very long to cover that distance. Remember that we can go quite fast on the motor way. A: we can only go fast on the motor ways if there isn’t much traffic. I think we should allow ourselves plenty of time to get there. Being early is much better than being late /200704/12859。

Barack Obama: Hello, everybody. After eight years in the White House, Michelle and I now rejoin all of you as private citizens. We want to thank you once again from the bottom of our hearts for giving us the incredible privilege of serving this country that we love. We also want to tell you a little about what well be up to next. Michelle Obama: First, were gonna take a little break. Were finally going to get some sleep and take some time to be with our family, and just be still for a little bit. So, we might not be online quite as much as youre used to seeing us. Barack Obama: But before that, we want to invite you to help us with just one of the projects were excited to work on when we get back. Check out this website for our future Presidential Center. The Center will be based on the south side of Chicago, but it will have projects all over the city, the country, and the world. More than a library or museum, it will be a living, working center for citizenship. Thats why we want to hear from you. Tell us what you want this project to be and tell us whats on your mind. Michelle Obama: Send us your ideas, your hopes, your beliefs about what we can achieve together. Tell us about the young leaders and companies and organizations that inspire you. This will be your Presidential Center just as much as it is ours. So, we want you to tell us what we should be thinking about as we get to work. Barack Obama: Its going to take all of you and your ideas to make it a reality. As Ive said many times before, true democracy is a project thats much bigger than any one of us. Its bigger than any one person, any one president, any one government. Its a job for all of us. It requires everyday sustained effort from all of us. The work of perfecting our unions never finish and we look forward to joining you in that effort as fellow citizens. Thank you, and we will see all of you again soon. Bye bye.201702/490825。

Thanksgiving Prayers 感恩节祈祷选自电影:What’s Cooking 《感恩节盛宴》 感恩节晚餐,一家大小欢聚一起,按传统,美食前每人都需祈祷,说出自己的感恩祷辞。且看这一家大小到底都说些什么。单词通缉令1. tolerant a.容许的;容忍的2. celebrate vt. 庆祝;祝贺3. harmony n.和谐;协调4. playoff n. 加时赛 5. telescope n.望远镜Woman 1: Dear God, thank You for bringing us all together on this very special day, and for allowing our children to be happy in whatever way they choose to be. We ask that others be as understanding and as 1)tolerant as you are. Woman 2: And for the food we are about to receive. We thank you for allowing us to come together today and for our happiness…Woman 3: I am thankful that the spirit of my late husband could be here with us today to 2)celebrate your goodness.Woman 3: No, no, please.Woman 1: It’s the same at our house. Grace, go ahead.Woman3 : I’m thankful for our happiness, I’m thankful for the food we are about to receive…Child: And we pray for hope, future progress, for 3)harmony and so that we can all get along. And please what…and please help the Raiders win the game so they can make the 4)playoffs and please give me some Christmas presents like a 5)telescope and please watch over my brother Jimmy in college. Amen.All: Amen.All: Amen.All: Amen.All: Amen.女人1:亲爱的上帝,感谢您在这个特别的日子让我们相聚一堂。也感谢您让我们的孩子在自己选择的道路上幸福快乐地生活。我们请求别人也像您一样通情达理和宽容。女人2:感谢您赐予我们即将接受的食物,感谢您让我们今天相聚一堂,感谢您赐予我们的幸福……女人3:为了我亡夫的灵魂可以在今天和我们一起庆祝您的仁慈,我心怀感激。女人3:不,不,别。女人1:在我们家都一样。格蕾斯,接着说。女人3:感谢您给我们幸福,感谢您赐予我们即将接受的食物……孩子:我们祈祷希望,未来的进步,祈祷和谐,这样我们可以一同前进。请,哇……请帮助瑞达队赢球,这样他们可以再加赛一场,请给我像望远镜那样的圣诞礼物,还有请照看我读大学的哥哥吉米。所有人:阿门。所有人:阿门。所有人:阿门。所有人:阿门。句子模仿秀欧美国家流行的祷告词,一种固定的句式,也可以是我们平时表达谢意的句型。学习指导朗读背诵,最佳朗读时间为7秒钟。 /200603/5376。

And of course 当然I want to join in recognizing all of these beautiful people in the stands today 我还要感谢今天来到看台的所有人the family members who supported you all every step of the way感谢一直持你们的家庭成员And since tomorrow is what? 明天是什么日子Mothers Day! 母亲节Im sure everybodys on their jobs, right? 每个人应该都准备好了吧Got flowers ordered? Everything 订好花 准备好一切I want to give a special greeting to my fellow moms and 我要特别问候这些和我一样的母亲congratulate you for successfully coming out on the祝贺你们成功完成了对青春期子女的抚养other side of adolescence in one piece 祝贺你们成功完成了对青春期子女的抚养You have done it你们做到了You have succeeded in raising college graduates 你们成功培养出了大学毕业生I welcome any advice you have on how you got it right 怎么做到的 我欢迎你们给我提供建议But most of all yes, indeed 不过最重要的是 好样的To the moms, and the grandmas, and the god-moms母亲们 还有祖母们 还有教母们and all the mom figures in our lives who keep us going 还有推动我们前进的所有像母亲一样的人thank you all 感谢你们所有人But most of all, I want to congratulate the stars of todays show 最后 我要祝贺今天的主角the EKU class of 2013 2013届东肯塔基大学毕业生Yes 对You all should be proud, very proud 你们都应该非常自豪As the president said, this is a true milestone in life 如校长所说 这是人生真正的里程碑And I can only imagine the mix of emotions that you must be feeling at this moment 我只能想象 你们此刻感受到的复杂情感The unbridled joy, the unmistakable sense of utter relief 恣意的快乐 毫无疑问的解脱感You all went through so much to make it to this day 你们经历了很多 才得到今天的成就the highs and the lows, the triumphs, the challenges, the 你们经历了高潮和低谷 胜利和挑战celebrations, the devastations 庆祝和沮丧201603/432179。

One in four people suffer from some sort of mental illness,每四个人中就有一人患有某种精神疾病so if it was one, two, three, four, its you, sir.如果说是一二三四,就是你了先生You. Yeah.对,是你。With the weird teeth. And you next to him.牙齿有点怪的那位,还有旁边那位You know who you are.你自己可清楚了Actually, that whole row isnt right.事实上那一整排都不大正常。Thats not good. Hi. Yeah. Real bad. Dont even look at me.这不太好,是的,真的很糟糕,拜托别看着我。I am one of the one in four. Thank you.我就是四个人中的那一人,谢谢I think I inherit it from my mother, who, used to crawl around the house on all fours.我想我这病是从我妈妈那里遗传过来的,她常四肢着地在房子里四处爬动She had two sponges in her hand, and then she had two tied to her knees.她手里拿着两个海绵,还有两个绑在膝盖那里,My mother was completely absorbent.我妈妈具有完全的吸水性And she would crawl around behind me going,她会跟在我身后爬来爬去喊着;Who brings footprints into a building?!;“谁会把脚印带到屋子里!”So that was kind of a clue that things werent right.这算是个线索,有点不太对劲So before I start, I would like to thank the makers of Lamotrigine, Sertraline, and Reboxetine,在我开始之前,我想感谢拉莫三嗪,舍曲林,帕罗西汀的制药商because without those few simple chemicals, I would not be vertical today.因为如果没有这几种常用药物,我今天就不会站在这里So how did it start?我的病是怎么开始的呢My mental illness -- well, Im not even going to talk about my mental illness.我的精神疾病,我都根本不想谈论它What am I going to talk about? Okay.那我谈些什么好呢,好吧I always dreamt that, when I had my final breakdown,我以前常常会想自己最终会在什么时候发病it would be because I had a deep Kafkaesque existentialist revelation,可能因为我有深深的卡夫卡式存在主义的启示or that maybe Cate Blanchett would play me and she would win an Oscar for it.或可能是凯特·布兰切特扮演了我的角色并赢了奥斯卡But thats not what happened. I had my breakdown during my daughters sports day.但这些都没发生,我发病的时候正是我女儿的运动会日There were all the parents sitting in a parking lot所有家长都坐在停车场eating food out of the back of their car -- only the English --在车背上吃着食物,只是英国人eating their sausages. They loved their sausages.吃着他们的香肠,他们可喜欢他们的香肠了Lord and Lady Rigor Mortis were nibbling on the tarmac,大家都在讲些闲话和八卦and then the gun went off and all the girlies started running,突然声响了,所有的女孩都跑了起来and all the mummies went, ;Run! Run Chlamydia! Run!;所有的妈妈都喊着 “快跑!快跑Chlamydia!快跑!”;Run like the wind, Veruca! Run!;“像风一样跑,Veruca! 快跑!”And all the girlies, girlies running, running, running,所有的女孩都在跑啊跑啊跑啊everybody except for my daughter, who was just standing at the starting line, just waving,所有人除了我的女儿,她就站着在起跑线的地方,光顾着挥手because she didnt know she was supposed to run.因为她不知道她应该跑起来So I took to my bed for about a month, and when I woke up I found I was institutionalized我因此卧床一个月,当我醒来的时候我发现自己住院了,and when I saw the other inmates,看到其他病人的时候I realized that I had found my people, my tribe.我意识到我找到自己的同类了,我的群落Because they became my only friends, they became my friends,因为他们成了我唯一的朋友,他们成了我的朋友because very few people that I knew -- Well, I wasnt sent a lot of cards or flowers.因为我本来就认识不多人,而我也没有收到很多问候卡或鲜花,I mean, if I had had a broken leg or I was with child I would have been inundated,我的意思是,如果我是摔断了腿或者我有了孩子我也许就被大家的关心所掩埋了but all I got was a couple phone calls telling me to perk up.但我只接到了几通电话叫我振作Perk up.振作Because I didnt think of that.因为我没想过要振作呢201604/436838。

014 bedroom Words Bed bedside table alarm clock wardrobe pillow duvet blanket sheet chest of drawers bedside lamp mirror dressing table pyjamas nightdress mattress Phrases Go to bed Get up Set the alarm clock Go to sleep Read in bed Make your bed Beginner A: I’m thinking about redecorating my bedroom. I bought this magazine in order to get some ideas. What do you think of this? B: that looks good. The room in the picture is bigger than your bedroom, so you wouldn’t be able to put all the furniture in your room. A: I’d like to have the bad and the wardrobe. B: you would fit both of them in your bedroom. Perhaps you could also get the dressing table. I think that one would look good in your bedroom. A: yes, it would. It’s very expensive though. B; everything in this magazine seems expensive. You could probably find something similar in a discount store. A: yes. I’m sure I could find something similar at one. I’d also like to get a new carpet for my bedroom. B: you can get cheap carpets easily. Another idea is to buy a rug. That would cover a lot of the carpet and you wouldn’t have to replace the carpet. It would save you a lot of work. A: that’s a good idea. I’m really looking forward to redoing my bedroom. B Intermediate A: I have redecorated my bedroom. I decide to repaint the walls and change the pictures. I also bought a new pair of curtains. What do you think of it? B: I think is looks great. I really like the light colors you have chosen. The pictures are nice too. Did you bought any new furniture? A: I bought a new mattress and some fresh bedclothes. I also bought a new dressing table and a new bedside table. B: new furniture makes a room seem so fresh. I see that you also bought a new lamp for your bedside table. A: do you think that I should get a new wardrobe? B: that wardrobe looks quite big. Is it full of clothes? A: yes. I have some many clothes stuffed into it. Perhaps I should get rid of some of them. There are clothes in there that I never wear anymore. B: I like to get rid of clothes that I don’t wear rather than keeping them in a wardrobe. They take up too much space. There are several charity shops that you can give old clothes to. They will be happy to receive them as long as they are in reasonable condition. A: that’s a good idea. After I get rid of the old clothes I no longer wear, I can see what new clothes I need to buy. B: I need to buy some new clothes for the summer too. Perhaps we can go together one day. A: ok. I’ll let you know when I’ve sorted out my clothes /200704/12820。

Happy New Year, everybody. At a time when we turn the page on one year and look ahead to the future, I just want to take a minute to thank you for everything youve done to make America stronger these past eight years. Just eight years ago, as I prepared to take office, our economy teetered on the brink of depression. Nearly 800,000 Americans were losing their jobs each month. In some communities, nearly one in five folks were out of work. Almost 180,000 troops were serving in Iraq and Afghanistan, and Osama bin Laden was still at large. And on challenges from health care to climate change, wed been kicking the can down the road for way too long. Eight years later, youve told a different story. Weve turned recession into recovery. Our businesses have created 15.6 million new jobs since early 2010 – and weve put more people back to work than all other major advanced economies combined. A resurgent auto industry has added nearly 700,000 jobs, and is producing more cars than ever. Poverty is falling. Incomes are rising. In fact, last year, folks typical household income rose by ,800, thats the single biggest increase on record, and folks at the bottom and middle saw bigger gains than those at the top. Twenty million more Americans know the financial security of health insurance. Our kids high school graduation rate is at an all-time high. Weve brought 165,000 troops from Iraq and Afghanistan, and took out Osama bin Laden. Through diplomacy, we shut down Irans nuclear weapons program, opened up a new chapter with the people of Cuba, and brought nearly 200 nations together around a climate agreement that could save this planet for our kids. Almost every country on Earth sees America as stronger and more respected today than they did eight years ago. And marriage equality is finally a reality from coast to coast. Weve made extraordinary progress as a country these past eight years. And heres the thing: none of it was inevitable. It was the result of tough choices we made, and the result of your hard work and resilience. And to keep America moving forward is a task that falls to all of us. Sustaining and building on all weve achieved – from helping more young people afford a higher education, to ending discrimination based on preexisting conditions, to tightening rules on Wall Street, to protecting this planet for our kids – thats going to take all of us working together. Because thats always been our story – the story of ordinary people coming together in the hard, slow, sometimes frustrating, but always vital work of self-government. It has been the privilege of my life to serve as your President. And as I prepare to take on the even more important role of citizen, know that I will be there with you every step of the way to ensure that this country forever strives to live up to the incredible promise of our founding – that all of us are created equal, and all of us deserve every chance to live out our dreams. From the Obama family to yours – have a happy and blessed 2017.201701/488121。

乐宁外教口语天天练No.43They pulled the plug on the projectpulled the plug意指 cancelledThey pulled the plug on the project译文:他们取消了这个项目。 /200610/9493。