生活美語初級


  1. He is a weird person.

    他是個怪人。

    Weird—

  2. She is a spicy girl.

    她是辣妹。

    Spicy—

  3. This is a courtesy van.

    這是免費接送車子。

    Courtesy—

  4. Please line up.

    請排隊。

  5. A visitor is exchanging money at the front desk.

    遊客正在櫃台換錢。

    Exchanging money—

  6. Please have a seat.

    請坐。

  7. She is talking on the phone.

    她正在講電話。

  8. He is very difficult to get along with.

    他很難相處。

  9. He is a very restrained person.

    他很能自制。

    Restrained—

  10. He is as poor as a church mouse.

    他很窮。

    Church mouse—

  11. We can’t afford an expensive car.

    我們買不起豪車。

    Afford—

  12. They hunt with primitive tools.

    他們用原始工具打獵。

    Primitive—

  13. Can you be more specific?

    請講清楚。

    Specific—

  14. She is going to break up with her boyfriend.

    她將和男友分手。

    Break up—

  15. The times are different now.

    時代不同了。

  16. They listen attentively.

    他們專心聽講。

    Attentively—

  17. You should eat a balanced diet with plenty of vegetables.

    你應該吃許多的蔬菜以保持飲食均衡。

    Balanced diet—

  18. I usually have my meals at regular times.

    我通常都定時用餐。

    Regular times—

  19. I want a table with a sea view.

    我要面海的餐桌。

  20. Sorry for keeping you.

    抱歉讓你久等。

  21. The supermarket are not open till nine o’clock.

    超市要九點才開門。

    Open—

  22. I want to confirm my reservation.

    我要確認我的定位。

    reservation—

  23. The food sold by vendors can make you ill.

    食用攤販的食物會讓你生病。

    Vendors—

  24. He denied leaking out any information.

    他否認洩漏任何消息。

    Leak out—

  25. The order was restored after decades of civil war.

    經過數十年的內戰總算恢復秩序。

    Restore—

  26. Can I take your measurements for you?

    我可為你量尺寸嗎?

    Take…measurements—

  27. The survey will focus on higher productivity.

    這個調查報告針對如何提高生產力。

    Focus on—

  28. We need more modern equipment.

    我們需要更多的現代裝備。

    Equipment—

  29. Please give out the copies of the report.

    請發送這些報告影本。

    Give out—

  30. Don’t underestimate his ability.

    勿低估他的能力。

    Underestimate—

  31. She is so absent-minded.

    她很不專心。

  32. He’s not cut out to be a scientist.

    他不適於從事科學研究。

    Cut out—

  33. She hasn’t been around these few days.

    最近幾天未見她人影。

  34. Let’s call it a day.

    今天工作到此。

  35. He ran out of money.

    他破產了。

    Run out—

  36. She is an impulsive buyer.

    她買東西常未經思考。

    Impulsive—

  37. Let’s face the facts.

    我們要面對現實。

  38. Please fill out this application.

    請詳填此申請書。

  39. The field trip was a wonderful experience.

    此次校外教學令人難忘。

    Wonderful—

  40. It’s a great day to go for a walk.

    今天是適於散步的好日子。

    Go for a walk—

  41. I was stunned by the news of his sudden resignation.

    他的突然辭職讓我驚訝。

    Stunned by—

  42. He is the front-runner in the election.

    他在此次選舉中領先別人。

  43. Do you want to run for the election?

    你要參加此次選舉嗎?

    Run for—

  44. Please be seated.

    請坐下。(注意不可用sitted。)

  45. She sounds young for her age.

    她看起來比實際年齡年輕。

  46. She was borne by a French woman.

    她的母親是法國人。(注意用 be borne by。)

  47. She borrowed money on credit.

    她用信用卡借錢。

    On credit—

  48. I want to travel to the ends of the earth.

    我想周遊世界。

  49. He asked me for money.

    他向我要錢。

    Ask for—

  50. He is so absorbed in playing computer games.

    他沉迷於電腦遊戲。

  51. .They gave us a hearty welcome.

    他們熱切歡迎我們。

    Hearty—

  52. Take heart and go on trying

    鼓起勇氣繼續努力。

    Heart—

  53. He is captivated by her looks.

    他為她的美貌著迷。

  54. He is a cheat.

    他是個騙子。

  55. How much is your year end bonus?

    你的年終獎金多少?

    Bonus—

  56. It is a heavy rain

    下大雨。

    Heavy rain—

  57. It is drizzling.

    下小雨。

    Drizzling—

  58. A puff of wind blew my papers away.

    一陣輕風吹走了我的文件。

  59. A gust of wind blew the door open.

    一陣強風吹開了門。

    Gust—

  60. Don’t put the teacup on the edge of the table.

    勿將茶杯置於桌邊。

    Edge—

  61. There are notes written in the margin.

    空白處寫著筆記。

    Margin—

  62. You look fabulous.

    你顯得神采飛揚。

  63. Beauty is only superficial.

    美貌只是外表。

    Superficial—

  64. She’s got the brains and the looks.

    她秀外慧中。

    Brains—

  65. He has a sensitive ear.

    他聽覺敏銳。

    Sensitive—

  66. My scalp feels itchy.

    我的頭皮發癢。

    Itchy—

  67. The bath water is burning hot.

    洗澡水燙得很。

    Burning—

  68. Don’t slouch.

    不要彎腰駝背。

  69. Hold it level.

    將它拿平。

    Level—

  70. Stand up straight.

    請站直。

    Straight—

  71. The baby peed in his pants.

    這嬰兒尿濕褲子。

    Pee—

  72. We looked at the boundless ocean.

    我們望著汪洋大海。

    Boundless—

  73. Everone has his own limitations.

    每個人都有他的極限。

  74. Life is transient.

    人生如朝露。

    Transient—

  75. Put conscience before profits.

    良知重於利益。

    Profits—

  76. She found comfort in her children.

    她在孩子身上找到慰藉。

  77. She is a forcible speaker.

    她是個有力的演說家。

  78. He is an influential politician.

    他是個有影響力的政客。

    Influential—

  79. Misery loves company.

    禍不單行。

    Misery—

  80. Don’t interfere in my business.

    勿干擾涉我。

    Interfere—

  81. They live moderately.

    他們生活儉樸實。

    Moderately—

  82. She is modest in her speech.

    她為人謙虛。

    Modest—

  83. He is a hypocrite.

    他是個偽君子。

  84. That will cause a commotion.

    那將引起騷動。

  85. I got another reminder from the library.

    我接到圖書館的催書通知單。

    Reminder—

  86. The lunar New Year is approaching.

    農曆年快到了。

    Lunar—

  87. Tears glistened in her eyes.

    她的眼裡閃著淚光。

    Glisten—

  88. Tears trickled down her cheeks.

    淚水從她臉頰流下。

  89. Her face wrinkled with age.

    她因年老滿臉皺紋。

  90. Let’s get down to the business.

    我們談點正經事。

  91. I am fed up with your complaining.

    我已受夠了你的抱怨。

    Complaining—

  92. You got off on the long foot.

    你一開始就錯了。

    Get off—

  93. You’re vital to us.

    你對我們很重要。

    Vital—

  94. Can you let out those trousers for me?

    你能為我將褲子放大嗎?

    Let out—

  95. .I don’t want to get involved.

    我不想被牽累。

    Get involved—

  96. He has a sense of humor.

    他很有幽默感。

  97. He is a quack.

    他是個密醫。

  98. He is nearsighted.

    他近視眼。

  99. It’s a bittersweet memory.

    那是個五味雜陳的回憶。

  100. It’s a political contribution.

    那是政治獻金。

    Contribution—

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