好句子 (会有重复) 【年轻人爱使用的短句】
  1. Are you trippin'?为何那么古怪 (trip 绊倒,失足
  2. He is a nerd。他是个书呆子 (nerd

  3. Yo baby。男子招呼语,接近漂亮妞,用于打开话匣
  4. She is a ho。 她是个轻浮女子
  5. Catch you later!再会
  6. I am off。我要走了,再谈吧
  7. It's cool。很酷
【让老外刮目相看的好句子】
  1. That's more like it。 这才像话。(像个长者一样地说)
  2. Do it yourself, then。 既然如此,你自己来吧。(别人抱怨你没做好的时候说)
  3. See. / I told you (so)。 我老早告诉过你。(洋洋得意地、有先见之明地说!)
  4. That's going too far。 太过分了!
  5. I'm counting on you. / You're my only hope。
就指望你了。(可怜兮兮地说!)
  6. So what? 那又怎样?(毫不在乎地说!)
  7. Who do you think you are? 你以为你是谁啊?!(毫不客气地说!)
  8. Do something (about it) ! / Don't just sit there! 想想办法吧!(别闲坐着!)
  9. Any complaints? / Do you have something to say? 你有何不满?/你有什么话要说吗?
  10. Stop playing the fool. / Don't act stupid。 别装傻了。
【高频短句】
  1.How do I address you? 怎么称呼你?
  2.So far so good.目前为止,一切都好
  3.Be my guest.请便、别客气
  4.My mouth is watering.我在流口水了 watering
  5.Think nothing of it.别放在心上
  6.It slip slipped my mind.我忘了
  7.Neck and neck.不分上下,并驾齐驱
  8.You're the boss.听你的
  9.Take it easy.轻松一点;别紧张;放松放松;再见。

  10.Over my dead body!休想
  11.It's been a long time.好久不见了
  12.It's about time.时间差不多了
  13.That's really something.真了不起
  14.Excuse me for a moment.失陪一会儿
  15.I'm dying to see you.我真想见你 (be dying to do
  16.You're going too far!你太过分了!
  17.Are you out of your mind mind?你疯了吗?
【全方位测测自己的英语水平】 She’s under the weather 她今天很忧郁! weather! So far, so good! 还过得去! Speaking of the devil! 说曹操,曹操到! Stay away from me! 离我远点! That makes no difference! 不都一样吗? The walls have ears! 隔墙有耳! We better get going! 最好马上就走! We’re all for it! 我们都赞成! What’s on your mind? 你在想什么? You are the boss! 你是老大! You asked for it! 你自讨苦吃! You have my word! 我保证!
You want a bet? 你敢打赌吗? You’re pulling my leg! 你开玩笑吧? You’re really kidding me! 真是笑死我了!
【让老外刮目相看的地道英语】
  1. “Oh, come on .Give me a break !” (帮帮忙,让我歇歇吧!)
  2.You’re in the pink !”就妙得多了,实际上,在英语口语中, 表示颜色的词用起来非常形象生动。
  3. 久仰,“I get mind of you “.
  4. 当和西方人分手时说“I will miss you .”
  5. 有人开会迟到了,“Did you get lost ?”,则更能让他歉然
  6. 代问他人好当然能用“Please remember me to your sister .” 或“Please give my best wishes to your father ”不过,若是很 好的朋友,何不说,“Please give my love to Jim。”
  7. 问姓名,“May I have you name?”礼貌得多
  8. 有 时 候 , 你 想 说 什 么 , 可 说 是 想 不 起 来 , 你 可 以 说 “Well …”“Let me see”,“Just a moment ”或“It’s on the tip of my tongue.”等
  9. 交谈时,你可能会转换话题,不要只说“By the way ”,实际上, “To change the subject” , “Before I forget” , “While I remember”,“Mind you ”都是既地道有受欢迎的表达。
  10. 要是懂就说“I see ”或“I got it ”,会顺耳得多;要是不
懂就说“I’m not clear about it .”不过如果你会说“It’s past my understanding”或“It’s beyond me .”你的教师定会惊讶不 已的。
  11. 别人问你不愿公开的问题,你可以说“I would rather not say .”(还是别说了吧!。 )
【老外常用的 50 句俚语】 1 Be in the air 将要发生的事情 The feeling or idea that something new is about to happen or is going to change Example: From the arguments going on at the meeting, it seems that a change in policy is in the air. 2 Clear the air 消除误会 To settle a dispute and restore good relations Example: We had a meeting with the workers, and I think we’ve cleared the air now. 3 Cost an arm and a leg 极其昂贵 To be very expensive Example: I love that fur coat. However, I don’t think I’m going to buy it because it costs an arm and a leg. 4 A bad egg 缺乏道德的人 Somebody who has no moral principles and should be avoided
Example: You mustn’t lend Tim money, he’s a bad egg. You’ll never see him or your money again! 5 In the Bag 稳操胜券 Said of an achievement which is secure Example: We have the deal in the bag. The client came in this morning to sign the agreement. 6 In the balance 未知的,不可预测的 Said when the outcome of a situation is unknown or unpredictable Example: His career as a pilot is in the balance, as his eyesight does not seem good enough. 7 Drive a hard bargain 极力讨价还价 To have the negotiating strength and skills to get the most advantageous price and conditions Example: Amanda is negotiating the best price from the suppliers. She drives a hard bargain. 8 Ring a bell 看上去或听起来非常熟悉 To look, sound or seem familiar Example: That face rings a bell, where have I seen him before? 9 Tighten one’s belt 节衣缩食
To cut down on spending because there is less income than before Example: Now you are out of work, you’ll have to tighten your belt and give up buying new clothes and going out so often. 10 Kill two birds with one stone 一石二鸟 To complete two tasks together, with less effort than doing them separately Example: Since I’d gone to the store to buy some bread, I thought of killing two birds with one stone and invited Mr. Biggs to the party. 11 Be in a black mood 情绪极差 To be so negative about everything that it is impossible for anyone to reason with him/her Example: My father has been in a black mood for days, we dare not say anything to him. 12 New blood 新成员 New people brought into an organization to introduce different and original ideas Example: It was decided to bring new blood into the school by employing teachers with the latest training. 13 Feeling blue 感到无精打采 Feeling sad or depressed
Example: She’s feeling blue, because the man she loves is far away. 14 Get to the bottom of something 弄清真相 To find out the truth about something Example: I’m trying to get to the bottom of why David left without saying goodbye. 15 A piece of cake 轻松的事 Something which is very easy to do Example: Here…let me put the batteries in for you. It’s a piece of cake. 16 Pay a call 拜访 To visit somebody Example: As we’re in this neighborhood, we might as well pay the Jacksons a call, we haven’t seen them for ages. 17 By chance 偶然, 意外的 Unexpectedly; with no prior planning Example: By chance, I bumped into my wife in the shopping mall 18 Round the clock 夜以继日的 To do something continuously, without a break or pause Example: The ambulance services worked round the clock hauling people trapped in the building to safety.
19 Keep one’s cool 保持冷静 To stay calm in a difficult situation Example: If the traffic is jamed, the only thing to do is keep your cool, or get out of the car and walk! 20 In a tight corner 处于困境 In an extremely difficult situation Example: Whenever I get into a tight corner, I try to rely on quick thinking to get out of it. 21 Keep in the dark 隐瞒 To keep something secret Example: We know my brother has a new girlfriend, but he's keeping her name in the dark. 22 Fall on deaf ears 不加理睬的, 不听取 Not to take any notice of what is said Example: The city council’s order that garbage should be put in the bins fell on deaf ears; the sidewalks are still littered with trash! 23 Take things easy 放轻松 To relax Example: It's better for our health to take things easy than to worry about problems all the time. 24 Eat like a horse 吃得很多
To eat a lot; to have a very big appetite Example: Fred eats like a horse. When I was a growing lad like him, I used to eat a lot, too. 25 Catch one’s eye 吸引某人注意 To attract somebody’s attention Example: A movement behind the curtain caught my eye ? I thought it was a burglar and rushed out of the room! 26 Have an eye for something 对某事(某物体)了解得非常清楚 To be very good at doing something, or have a great understanding of something. Example: As a botanist, he has to describe and draw plants accurately, so he must have an eye for detail. 27 Turn a blind eye .熟视无睹 To ignore an action, even though one should do something about it Example: Parents will spoil their children if they constantly turn a blind eye to their bad behavior. 28 Keep an eye on 照看, 密切注视 To watch carefully; to look after Example: Keep an eye on my purse ? I'm just going to the bathroom. 29 Lose face 丢脸
To have one's reputation spoiled; to be embarrassed Example: The large drug houses have lost face, because smaller companies are selling similar products at a cheaper price! 30 Lead the field 处于领头地位 To be the most successful person or group in an activity Example: For decades, the House of Dior led the field in elegant fashion design. 31 Get out of hand 失去控制 To be out of control Example: The problem of suicide bombings is getting out of hand; there seems to be no way to stop them. 32 Give a hand 提供帮助 To help somebody with something Example: Please give me a hand and hold this board while I paint it. 33 Learn by heart 牢记 To memorize something; to have learned something word for word or very precisely. Example: At school we often learned Shakespeare’s sonnets by heart and recited them in front of the class. 34 On hold 尚未办理的事情
Something set aside and waiting to be dealt with Example: Our vacation plans are on hold right now; because my Dad’s just been admitted to hospital with a stomach ulcer. 35 A dark horse 出乎意料的嬴家,黑马 An unexpected winner. Example: A dark horse in this year’s basketball cup was Japan! 36 The bottom line 本质内容 The most essential part of something Example: We’ve talked a lot about taxation and immigration, but the bottom line is that we have to create more jobs. 37 Live it up 狂欢一场 To enjoy a high standard of living and lead a carefree life Example: The neighbors having been living it up ever since they won the sweepstakes. 38 Look forward to 期待着 To relish some future prospect; to eagerly await meeting somebody. Example: You can tell Jake is looking forward to his vacation ? he keeps telling us how many days there are left until he finishes college. 39 Bear in mind 记住
To remember something which can be of help in the future. Example: Before you start your perspective drawing, bear in mind you should first establish a vanishing point. 40 Have a mind to 想做某事, 计划做某事 To be decided on ; to intend to Example: The service in our hotel was terrible. I have a mind to write a letter of complaint. 41 Be in the mood 想要做某事 To feel like doing something Example: She is not in the mood for playing cards and says she should really be preparing her lecture notes. 42 Over the moon 欣喜若狂 Extremely happy Example: She’s over the moon about her promotion ? she really wasn’t expecting it. 43 Get a move on 赶快 To hurry up Example: Get a move on! The train is about to leave. 44 Over and above 除…这外, 额外的 In addition to Example: Over and above our salary, we are getting a large bonus, because business has been very profitable this year.
45 Get the picture 了解某事 To understand something, to grasp some meaning Example: When they started cutting back and laying people off at work, I got the picture and starting looking for another job. 46 Be out of pocket 花光了钱的 To be without money Example: He’s complaining because he spent all of his money on slot machines and now he’s out of pocket. 47 Keep somebody posted 传达消息 To regularly give somebody up-to-date information or details of the progress being made. Example: I phoned in at the end of each working day to keep my boss posted about developments at the trade conference. 48 In the long run 最终, 最后 Over a long period of time, once a process has matured Example: The grocery store is making a loss right now. In the long run, however, we hope to achieve a situation of stable profit. 49 On a shoestring 生活拮据
In a thrifty manner; with costs or spending down to a bare minimum Example: She lives on a shoestring ? she gets a tiny pension and has to budget very tightly. 50 Lose track of 失去消息, 失去线索 To lose contact with somebody to not know where something is Example: I lost track of Fran when she moved to Boston. I’ve even tried to locate her on the Internet.
【俚语】 Are you an item now? 你们现在是一对吗? It takes a lot of grit to be a social worker. 做社工需要很大 的勇气。 As long as I can still draw my breath, as long as there is still one ounce of dignity in my blood, I will live by myself and take care of myself. Don't keep your feelings bottled up. 别把
 

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