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千万别学英语:普及版1B

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Situation 12 The Nurse's Office

(After social studies, Robert suddenly feels sick again and so doesn't go to his history class, but instead goes to the nurse's office.)

nurse: What is your name?

Robert: Robert Wallace.

nurse: And what is the problem, Robert?

Robert: My stomach hurts.

nurse: You have a stomachache, anything else.

Robert: No.

nurse: Okay. Take this medicine. You should feel better in about twenty minutes.

(The nurse gives Robert some water and medicine which he takes. She comes back after about twenty minutes. )

nurse: Do you feel better?

Robert: No. I'm really sick. I think I should stay here until school ends.

nurse: That's a good idea. You have to be careful when you are sick.

Robert: Yes. That's what I think too.

nurse: And since you are very sick, you will have to go home after school then go to bed. You're much too ill to play basketball.

Robert: What? I can't play basketball?

nurse: Of course not. Especially if you're so sick.

Robert: But I took medicine, I feel better now. Can I please go back to class?

nurse: Are you sure you feel better?

Robert: Yes, I feel great.

nurse: Okay then, go back to class.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Situation 13 Basketball Practice 1

(School ends and Robert and Billy get ready to go to basketball practice.)

Billy: Robert, did you get your new shoes?

Robert: No. My Mom said I should use my old Reeboks. What about you?

Billy: I get new shoes yesterday. My Mom bought me a pair of the newest airs of Jordan's.

Robert: No way!

Billy: Really. It cost one hundred and fifty dollars.

Robert: Wow, that's expensive! My Mom would never buy me shoes like that expensive.

Billy: Sure they're expensive, but good shoes make you play basketball better.

Robert: No, that's not true.

Billy: Yes, it is. Look at Michael Jordan, his shoes all the best, so he is the best.

Robert: No. He would be the best even if he had bad shoes.

Billy: How did you know?

Robert: I just know.

Billy: I'm going to ask coach Malone if it's true?

Robert: Good! Ask him. I'll bet1 you he says I'm right.

Billy: Okay. How much do you want to bet?

Robert: I'll bet you five dollars.

Billy: All right. It's a bet.

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Situation 14 Basketball Practice 2

(Robert and Billy run to basketball practice. They go to the coach, coach Malone, to ask him who is right. )

Billy: Coach Malone, tell Robert good shoes make good players.

Coach Malone: What?

Robert: Coach Malone, tell Billy shoes are not important.

Coach Malone: What are you talking about?

Billy: Coach Malone, I got a new Jordan's yesterday and I said they will make me a better basketball player.

Robert: Dim2 use my old Reeboks, but I said I'll still be a good basketball player.

Coach Malone: You are both right. Good shoes are comfortable and help you not to get hurt, but they won't make you a better player. And a great player would play great in any shoes.

Billy: So, who is right? We bet five dollars. Who wins?

Robert: Yeah, who wins?

Coach Malone: Nobody wins. You are both partially3 right and you are both partially wrong. Now get ready for practice. Robert, you practice lay ups. Billy, you practice free throws. And don't worry, both of your shoes are fine. If I had shoes that good when I was young, I would have been a much better player.

Billy: See, I was right. Give me my five dollars.

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Situation 15 Talking to Michelle

(After practice, Robert goes to where the cheerleaders are practicing and talks to Michelle again.)

Robert: Hey, Michelle. Do you have time to talk?

Michelle: Sure, do you want to talk here or go somewhere else?

Robert: Let's go somewhere else.

Michelle: Okay, where?

Robert: How about McDonald's?

Michelle: I like Burger King better.

Robert: Me too. Let's go to Burger King.

Michelle: Cool!

(Robert and Michelle walk to Burger King and order their food.)

Waiter(a boy): Hello, welcome to Burger King. May I take your order?

Robert: Yes, please. I would like a cheeseburger, fires and a coke. What about you Michelle?

Michelle: I will have a hamburger and a milk shake, please.

Waiter(a boy): That's one cheeseburger, one hamburger, one French fires, one coke and one milk shake?

Robert: Right.

Waiter(a boy): That will be five dollars and seventy-five cents, please.

(Handing him the money.)

Robert: Here you are.

Waiter(a boy): Thank you.

Michelle: You don't have to buy me food. I have money.

Robert: No, but I want to.

Michelle: Thanks.

(Michelle and Robert go and sit down.)

Michelle: So, what do you want to talk about?

Robert: Oh, nothing.

Michelle: You must want to talk about something. You brought me all the way here and bought me food and everything.

Robert: Well, actually I was wondering if you have a boyfriend4?

Michelle: No, why?

(Turning red.)

Robert: Well, I was wondering if you may want be me girlfriend.

Michelle: Sure, I love to.

Robert: Awesome5.

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Situation 16 Homework

(When Robert goes home, he sits down at the kitchen table, opens his backpack and starts to do his homework.)

Robert: Mom, my homework is a little bit hard today. Can you help me?

Mom: Sure, I'll be happy to help you, but I won't do your homework for you.

Robert: Don't worry, I only ask you when I have a really difficult problem.

(After about one half hour, Robert comes to the difficult problem.)

Robert: Mom, can you help me now?

Mom: Of course, what's the problem?

Robert: I don't know what Samoa is?

Mom: Okay. We can do this in two ways. We can look it up in the dictionary or we can find it on the internet. Which do you think would be interesting?

Robert: The internet.

Mom: And which do you think will have more information?

Robert: The internet.

Mom: Well, we should go to the computer.

Robert: Cool, I didn't know homework could be so fun.

(They go into Robert's room and turns on his computer.)

Mom: Now click6 on search and then type in ‘Samoa'.

(Robert does this and many pages and information appear.)

Robert: Wow, I can write a whole report now.

Mom: Yes, but don't copy it. You have to write it in your own words, or it is cheating7.

Robert: Okay, Mom. And thanks, you are the best!

Mom: And don't play any computer games, just do your homework.

Robert: Mom, you don't have to say that. I really want to study hard.

Mom: I know, but I'm your mother, it's my job to say things like that.

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Situation 17 Dinner

(While Robert is finishing his homework, his mother makes dinner. When his father comes home from work, Robert, his father, mother and older brother Sam go into the kitchen to eat dinner.)

Mother: Dinner's ready! Come into the kitchen.

Father: I'll be there soon. I just have to wash my hands.

Father: Sam, Robert, you two wash your hands too.

Sam: Okay, Dad.

Robert: Yes, Sir.

Father: Robert, why are you being8 so polite?

Robert: No, Sir. I'm not being polite. I've just decided9 to be a good student. That's all.

Father: I'm happy to hear that. Playing game is fine, but getting good grades in school is important too.

Father: Dear, what's for dinner?

Mother: We have spaghetti10 and meatballs and garlic11 bread.

Sam: Great! I love garlic bread.

Robert: Yeah, and I love meatballs.

Father: And you know I like spaghetti a lot. You are the best, dear.

Mother: You don't have to say that. I just love my family and I enjoy making you happy.

Sam: I'm happy. And I will be even happier if you give me some more meatballs.

Father: Say 'please'.

Sam: Please give me some more.

Mother: That's better.

Robert: Dad, can I talk to you after dinner?

Father: Sure, but first let me have a cup of coffee, okay?

Robert: Okay.

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Situation 18 Talking to Dad

(Robert and his Dad finish dinner and then go into the living room to talk.)

Father: So, what did you want to talk to me about, Robert?

Robert: Well, Dad. I talked to very nice girl today. And she said she would be my girlfriend.

Father: That's great, Robert. Who is she?

Robert: Her name's Michelle. And she is a cheerleader.

Father: A cheerleader? Is she a nice girl?

Robert: Yes, she is very nice.

Father: Yes, but does she study hard?

Robert: Sure, she studies hard and she is pretty, too.

Father: That's good. The best woman is one who is smart and pretty.

Robert: Like Mom?

Father: Exactly! Your mother is the prettiest and smartest woman I know. That's why I love her so much. You should find the woman just like your mother.

Robert: I know. And I know you'll like Michelle, Dad. She is a lot like Mom.

Father: Okay. When can I meet her?

Robert: Well, why don't I bring her here for dinner this Saturday or Sunday?

Father: That would be fine. Why don't you make it Sunday? Your mother and I are going to the movies on Saturday night.

Robert: Okay, I'll invite her for dinner on Sunday night.

Father: I think that would be fine, but you should ask your Mom for permission12, too.

Robert: I'll ask her. Thanks, Dad.

Father: You are welcome. Hey, it's seven fifty-five. I have to watch the news at eight o'clock.

Robert: I'm going to call her tonight and invite her.

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Situation 19 Robert Calls Michelle on the Phone

(Robert picks up the phone and dials13 Michelle's number. The phone rings.)

Michelle's Mom: Hello?

Robert: Yes, hello! May I speak to Michelle, please?

Michelle's Mom: Who's calling?

(Suddenly nervous.)

Robert: Um...is this a 3-2-6-1-6-2-6?

Michelle's Mom: Yes, it is. May I ask who's calling?

Robert: Yes, I am a friend of Michelle from school.

Michelle's Mom: Oh? Well, I'm Michelle's mother. May I tell Michelle who is calling?

Robert: Please tell her that Robert is calling.

Michelle's Mom: Hold on just a minute and I'll get her.

Robert: Thank you.

Michelle: Robert, I can't believe you called so soon.

Robert: Hi, Michelle, how are you?

Michelle: I'm good. I just finished dinner. How are you?

Robert: I'm good, too. Listen, I asked my parents if you could come over for dinner this Sunday, and they said 'yes'. Is that cool?

Michelle: That's really cool!

Robert: So, do you want to?

Michelle: Of course I do. Where do you live? Is it far from city hall? That 's where I live.

Robert: No, it's pretty close. Get a pen. I'll give you the address and phone number.

Michelle: Okay, I'm ready. Go ahead14.

Robert: All right. First, you go down main street until you come the public library and turn right at the next street which is 5th Avenue15. Go down fifth Avenue for six blocks16, and you will see a big park with a playground.

Michelle: Okay, so far so good.

Robert: Turn left just before the park onto 11th street. My house is the second one on the right, 1969 (nineteen sixty-nine), 11th street. Do you think you can find it?

Michelle: No problem. I know right where that park is. What's your phone number?

Robert: My number is 3-2-6--1-1-8-2.

Michelle: Did you say 3-2-6--1-1-2-8?

Robert: No, 3-2-6--1-1-'8-2'.

Michelle: Oh! Okay, I have it. What time should I come?

Robert: How about six o'clock?

Michelle: I have to ask my parents, but I'm sure it'll be fine. I'll let you know in school tomorrow?

Robert: Okay, talk you then, good night!

Michelle: Good night!

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Situation 20 The Internet

(While their father and mother are watching the news, Robert and Sam get ready to go into the room to use the internet.)

Sam: Dad, Robert and I are going to use the computer, okay?

Father: Yes, but don't stay up too late.

Sam: Don't worry, we'll go to bed by eleven o'clock.

Sam: Come on Robert, let's go!

Robert: Okay. Good night, Mom. Good night, Dad.

Father: Good night, Robert. Good night, Sam.

Mother: Good night, Robert. Good night, Sam.

(Sam and Robert go into their room.)

Sam: Robert, let's play games.

Robert: No! I want to learn about foreign countries like Samoa and Korea17.

Sam: What! Are you crazy? Okay, let's talk to girls in a chat room.

Robert: No! I want to study. Sam, the internet isn't only for games and girls. It's for learning18, too.

Sam: I know that! But girls and games are more fun than studying.

Robert: I know.

Sam: No, you don't. How would you know anything about girls? You've never had a girlfriend.

Robert: Yes, I have. I had a girlfriend now.

Sam: Really?

Robert: Yes, her name's Michelle, and she's coming here for dinner on Sunday.

Sam: First, let's play a few games and then let's talk about your girlfriend.

Robert: Okay, but you have to promise that you'll talk to me when we finish the games.

Sam: I promise!

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Situation 21 Talking to Older Brother

(Sam and Robert finish using the internet and begin to talk.)

Robert: Sam, I really like this girl Michelle, what should I do?

Sam: Don't tell her you like her. If you tell the girl you like her, then she won't like you. And don't nice to her. If you too nice to her, then she won't like you either.

Robert: But I like her, how could I be mean to her?

Sam: You don't have to mean to her. Just don't be nice either.

Robert: But if I'm not nice to her, she might like another boy.

Sam: You don't know anything about girls. She will like you even if you not always nice to her.

Robert: But I was going to buy her some flowers tomorrow. Should I not?

Sam: No, that's fine. You should buy her flowers tomorrow, just don't buy her flowers every day.

Robert: Don't worry. I don't have enough money to buy her flowers everyday19.

Sam: Well, even if you had all the money in the world, it's not a good idea to be too nice to girls. If you ask Dad, he'll tell you the same thing.

Robert: Um, so, what should I do tomorrow?

Sam: Buy her the flowers, but then don't talk to her too much.

Robert: Can I talk to her after school?

Sam: Sure, but not before that.

Robert: Okay. I'll give her the flowers in the morning and then talk to her after practice.

(Sam begins to yawn20.)

Sam: O...

Robert: Sam, are you tired?

Sam: Yea, let's go to bed.

Robert: Okay, good night. See you tomorrow.

Sam: Good night.


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1 bet ddZy8     
v.打赌,以(与)...打赌;n.赌注,赌金;打赌
参考例句:
  • I bet you can't do this puzzle.我敢说,你解决不了这个难题。
  • I offered to bet with him.我提出与他打赌。
2 dim VlCze     
adj.昏暗的;朦胧的;v.(使)暗淡,(使)模糊
参考例句:
  • The light is too dim for me to read easily.光线太暗,我很难阅读。
  • I was so tired that my eyesight grew dim.我太累了,眼睛有点发花。
3 partially yL7xm     
adv.部分地,从某些方面讲
参考例句:
  • The door was partially concealed by the drapes.门有一部分被门帘遮住了。
  • The police managed to restore calm and the curfew was partially lifted.警方设法恢复了平静,宵禁部分解除。
4 boyfriend 6xzzd4     
n.男朋友
参考例句:
  • The girl was so angry that she hung up on her boyfriend.那姑娘一气之下挂断了男朋友的电话。
  • My boyfriend gathered some beautiful flowers for me. 我的男朋友为我采来一些美丽的花。
5 awesome CyCzdV     
adj.令人惊叹的,难得吓人的,很好的
参考例句:
  • The church in Ireland has always exercised an awesome power.爱尔兰的教堂一直掌握着令人敬畏的权力。
  • That new white convertible is totally awesome.那辆新的白色折篷汽车简直棒极了.
6 click QVmyW     
n.点击,滴答声,拍答声;v.点击,作滴答声,使...作拍答声
参考例句:
  • Click the Allow button on the yellow bar.点击黄色栏中的允许按钮。
  • Click on the links for each city for a detailed map.点击连接看城市地区详细地图。
7 cheating VwnzeR     
adj.欺骗的,(考试)作弊
参考例句:
  • He had been cheating the taxman for years. 数年来,他一直欺骗税务部门。
  • He dishonored his team by cheating during the competition. 他在比赛时作弊,使他的队蒙受耻辱。
8 being 1yfzKt     
n.存在;生存;生命存在,生命,人, 本质;art.在,有,是
参考例句:
  • Can you explain to me the purpose of being?你能对我解释一下存在的目的吗?
  • What is the purpose of our being?我们生存的目的是什么?
9 decided lvqzZd     
adj.决定了的,坚决的;明显的,明确的
参考例句:
  • This gave them a decided advantage over their opponents.这使他们比对手具有明显的优势。
  • There is a decided difference between British and Chinese way of greeting.英国人和中国人打招呼的方式有很明显的区别。
10 spaghetti wF9zD     
n.意大利式细面务
参考例句:
  • I think you like spaghetti.我以为你喜欢意大利面条。
  • People served a spaghetti supper in the parish house.人们在教堂交谊厅吃意大利面晚餐。
11 garlic ZhaxQ     
n.大蒜
参考例句:
  • His breath smells of garlic.他的呼气中有大蒜气味。
  • This dish smells of garlic.这菜有大蒜味。
12 permission DARy1     
n.许可;同意;许可证
参考例句:
  • You were wrong to take the car without permission.你未经许可就把车开走是不应该的。
  • With your permission I'll leave now.有你的允许,我这就离开。
13 dials 544c619b831c1f737a4d922b820f1335     
n.钟(表)面( dial的名词复数 );标度盘;拨号盘;表盘v.打电话,拨电话号码( dial的第三人称单数 )
参考例句:
  • He dials his favourite station every morning. 他每天早晨调拨收听他最喜欢的电台。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • He was strapped into a chair surrounded by dials, under dazzling lights. 他给绑在一把椅子上,四周都有仪表,灯光强得耀眼。 来自英汉文学
14 ahead fKhyM     
adv.在前,向前,提前,在前面
参考例句:
  • We have to go ahead to find a garage.我们得到前边找个修车厂。
  • Youth looks ahead and age backward.青年人向前看,老年人向后看。
15 avenue OeGyY     
n.林荫道;大街;途径,手段
参考例句:
  • This is a shady avenue.这是条林阴大道。
  • He drove slowly.The avenue was crowded with people.他慢慢地开车,因为大街上挤满了人。
16 blocks mx6zro     
n.赛跑者起跑时脚底所撑的木块;阻挡( block的名词复数 );(吗啡)块(一立方吗啡的量度,每盎司吗啡约有125块);(印度的行政单位)区;[美国英语] 街区(4条街道当中的区域)v.堵塞( block的第三人称单数 );阻碍;设计(电视录像的摄像镜头布局);[球类](合法)阻挡(对手)
参考例句:
  • Single words are the building blocks of language. 单词是语言结构的基本单位。
  • The old houses were dwarfed by the huge new tower blocks. 这些旧房子在新建的高楼大厦的映衬下显得十分矮小。
17 Korea dpXzcH     
n.朝鲜(亚洲)
参考例句:
  • Korea lies to the east of China.韩国位于中国东面。
  • Korea and China are separated by only the Yalu River.朝鲜和中国只隔一条鸭绿江。
18 learning wpSzFe     
n.学问,学识,学习;动词learn的现在分词
参考例句:
  • When you are learning to ride a bicycle,you often fall off.初学骑自行车时,常会从车上掉下来。
  • Learning languages isn't just a matter of remembering words.学习语言不仅仅是记些单词的事。
19 everyday Qnux5     
adj.每天的,日常的,平常的
参考例句:
  • Sweeping the floor is his everyday work.扫地是他的日常工作。
  • He practices speaking English everyday.他每天练习说英语。
20 yawn NfBwL     
n.呵欠;v.打呵欠
参考例句:
  • He got up with a stretch and a yawn.他站起来伸伸懒腰,打个呵欠。
  • Her yawn suggests that she is sleepy.她打哈欠表示她很困了。
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