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千万别学英语:提高版2B

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tion 13: Arriving at the Party

(Mike, Charles and Bill arrive at the hotel and the doorman for directions.)

Mike: Excuse me, but can you tell us where the grand ballroom1 is?

Doorman: Of course, sir. The grand ballroom is located on the second floor in the rear2 of the hotel.

Mike: Thank you.

(Mike, Charles and Bill go up to the second floor and arrive the entrance to the grand ballroom. There is a woman standing3 in front of the door.)

Woman: Good evening, gentleman. May I see your invitations?

Bill: Mike, you didn't tell me about any invitations.

Charles: Yeah, Mike. I thought you called Sarah and took care of it.

Mike: I did. Look, Miss...

(The woman cuts Mike off.)

Woman: My name is not Miss, it's Barbara.

Mike: I'm sorry, Barbara. If I could just go in there and talk to my friend Sarah, I'm sure she can straighten this out.

Woman: I'm sorry, Not without an invitation.

Mike: Yes, I understand. But to get our invitation I have to go in and talk to Sarah.

Woman: Well, okay, but only you, your friends will have to wait here until you all have invitations.

Mike: That's fine, I'll be right back. (Mike goes in, finds Sarah and returns with three invitations.) Here you are, Barbara, three invitations, sorry to bother you.

Woman: No bother, I was just doing my job.
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Situation 14: At the Party

Sarah: You guys finally made it!

Mike: Thanks to you.

Bill: Yeah, Sarah, thanks a lot.

Sarah: Don't mention it. What fun is a sorority party if no guys show up?

Charles: True, but I really appreciate you getting me in on such short notice.

Sarah: Don't mention it. Any friend of Mike's is a friend of mine. Hey, that's a nice tie, is it a clip-on?

(Sarah smiles, Mike and Bill try not to laugh.)

Charles: No, I tied it myself. Do you really like it?

Sarah: Yeah, and the stripes4 make you look taller.

Charles: I'll take all the help I can get.

Mike: Come on, Charles, Sarah's my date. Let me talk to her a little. Why don't you and Bill go meet some nice girls?

Bill: I didn't come here and meet nice girls.

Sarah: You devil5. I know what kind of girls you like.

Bill: Then introduce me to a couple of them.

Sarah: I'm sorry, Bill, but you'll just have to be content with one tonight.

Bill: Whatever you say, where is she?

Sarah: Give me a second and I'll find someone.

Bill: Ok, but only one second.
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Situation 15 At a Brew6 Pub7 After the Party

(After the party Bill goes home with his new girlfriend, while Mike and Charles go out for a beer.)

Mike: Charles, how about a beer before going home?

Charles: That sounds good. I didn't meet a single girl tonight.

Mike: Sarah tried to introduce you, but you're so shy.

Charles: I know, I know. I don't want to think about it. Let's go to a brew pub.

Mike: What's brew pub?

Charles: Oh yeah. I forgot you are a freshman8. A brew pub is bar at restaurant where they brew their own beer. They have lots of different beers and all of them are fresh and homemade.

Mike: Sounds interesting. Is it far away?

Charles: No. It's right around the corner. Come on.

(Mike and Charles go into the brew pub, sit down and are greeted by the waitress.)

Waitress: Good evening. Will you be having dinner or just beer?

Charles: Just beer. What do you have?

Waitress: Do you like light or dark beers?

Charles: Dark. What about you, Mike?

Mike: Me too.

Waitress: For dark beers we have a honey porter9, and oatmeal stout10, and special winter ale.

Charles: I'll take a stout.

Mike: Could I have the winter ale, please?

Waitress: Sure, one stout and one ale coming right up.
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Situation 16 The Morning After

(Charles and Mike both wake up late.)

Mike: Hey, Charles, do you know what time it is?

Charles: Let me check. It's twelve fifteen.

Mike: Damn11, I knew we shouldn't have had those last two beers.

Charles: What? You're the one who insisted we stay until that place closed.

Mike: Yeah, but you're older than I am. You should have known better.

Charles: Okay, whatever you say. But don't yell12 at me next time I tell you to stop drinking.

Mike: Well, I can't promise anything, but I'll try.

Charles: By the way, don't you have class at one o'clock?

Mike: Class? What class?

Charles: Your Sociology13 class, perhaps?

Mike: That's right. I forgot. How is it that you remember my schedule better than I do?

Charles: Maybe because you always yell at me if I don't. Besides, I've been here longer than you so I'm used to a college schedule.

Mike: True. And even if I yell at you that doesn't mean I don't appreciate all your help. I really do.

Charles: Don't mention it. I think of you as a little brother. I have a baby brother who's the same age as you.

Mike: Hey, wait a minute. I'm not baby.
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Situation 17 Going for Coffee

Mike: Charles, I have time for a cup of coffee, do you?

Charles: Are you buying?

Mike: Sure. It's the least I can do for all your babysitting.

Charles: I never said you were a baby. And yes, I'd love some hot coffee.

Mike: Good, because I know a great cafe that just opened across the street from school. It's called Someday Cafe.

Charles: Someday Cafe, that's a cool name. But is the coffee any good?

Mike: Good? It's great. I always get the double latte, but their normal coffee is tasty too.

Charles: Sounds good, let's go.

(Charles and Mike quickly get dressed and go to the cafe.)

Employee: Hello, what would you like this afternoon?

Mike: I'll have a double latte, please.

Employee: And you?

Charles: Could I please have a large coffee?

Employee: Of course. That's one double latte and one large coffee, right?

Charles: Right. How much is that?

Mike: No, I said that I was paying.

Employee: Well, that will be four dollars and fifty cents for whoever is paying.

Mike: That will be me. Here is five dollars.

Employee: Thank you. Here is your change.

Mike: Thanks. Charles, let's go sit over by the window.

Charles: Okay, how about on that sofa?

Mike: Okay.
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Situation 18 A Political Discussion15

(Charles and Mike go sit down on a sofa by the window.)

Mike: What do you think about the upcoming elections17?

Charles: Didn't your parents teach you not to discuss politics in the morning?

Mike: What do you mean morning? It's already twelve forty.

Charles: Yes, but I've been awake less than an hour, so to me it is still the morning.

Mike: Well, that's too bad because this election16 is important, and I want to talk about it.

Charles: Yes, I can tell. You really aren't going to give up, are you?

Mike: Nope.

Charles: Okay, then, what is so important that you must talk about it before I finish my coffee?

Mike: It's Major Jamison. He's a thief and he just can't be elected.

Charles: Listen, Mike. Politics are politics. Even if we elect a new major, he will turn out just the same as Jamison.

Mike: No, that's not true. Larry Strauss is running for major too and he's an honest man.

Charles: You really are a baby. You are so naive18. Anyone who wants to be a politician is already dishonest.

Mike: I don't believe that. You are only twenty years old. Why are you so cynical19?

Charles: I'm not cynical, I'm realistic.

Mike: No, really. Why are you so sure politicians are dishonest.

Charles: Well, if you must know, my father is a politician.

Mike: Really?

Charles: Yes, really.

Mike: What does he do?

Charles: He is a state senator20.

Mike: How long has he been a senator?

Charles: As long as I can remember. And he's always been crooked21 so don't tell me you think politicians are honest.

Mike: Look, Charles. I don't want to talk about politics.

Charles: What? You're the one who started this discussion.

Mike: I know, and now I'm ending it. I have class at one.
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Situation 19 Sociology Class

(Mike arrives early and takes a seat near the front.)

Nancy: Hey, Mike, you're never early, what's up?

Mike: I know, but I was having a terrible discussion on politics with my roommate Charles and I just had to run away. I just can't discuss politics in the morning.

Nancy: I know what you mean. I hate talking about politics. I can't believe Charles would do that.

Mike: Yeah, it's very rude, isn't? Well, that's why I am early.

(The professor comes in and sits at a table at the front of the room.)

Professor: Good afternoon. Last week we were discussing the theory of functionalism. This theory, in brief, states that all people are in a certain socio-economic position for a reason. It further states that each of these positions serves a function and so should naturally be perserved. Although such a theory seems valid22 at first glance, there are many problems with it. Today I will like to discuss some of the weak point of the theory of functionalism. One of these, for example, is that it does not explain the great difference in opportunities given to the rich as opposed to the poor. Rather , it assumes23 that the poor have no money because this is their natural condition. Can anyone think of any more shortcomings of functionalism?

Nancy: Well, it's not only money that they don't have. If they don't have money, that also limits their chances of education, medical care and other important services.

Professor: Excellent point. Would anyone like to add something?

Mike: I think it is all the fault of dishonest politicians.

Professor: (Looking confused.) Interesting. I am not sure I understand what you mean, but, yes, many politicians are corrupt24.

Mike: They sure are. Like my roommate's dad...
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Situation 20 The Laundromat

(Class ends and Mike and Nancy leave together.)

Nancy: Hey, what are you doing now?

Mike: Nothing, why?

Nancy: Oh, I was just going to do my laundry and I was wondering....

Mike: (Interrupting her.) I'd love to, but there is only one washing machine in our dorm, right?

Nancy: Right. But I know of a cool laundromat about a block from school. How does that sound?

Mike: It sounds all right. What's so cool about this particular place?

Nancy: Well, while you wash your clothes, you can do a lot of other things too.

Mike: Other things? Like what?

Nancy: Well, they have a coffee bar.

Mike: No. I just had coffee before class.

Nancy: They also have a snack bar with really good pizza and sandwiches.

Mike: Aha, pizza, that's more like it. I'm really hungry.

Nancy: Good. If you come with me, I'll buy you some pizza.

Mike: It's a deal. But I should warn you, I eat a lot.

Nancy: That's all right. I just got paid at work yesterday so I have some extra money.

Mike: I wish my girlfriend had some extra money sometimes - I pay for everything.

Nancy: Maybe you should think about getting a new girl friend.

Mike: Don't say that. Sarah is a great girl.

Nancy: I know. I was only joking.

Mike: Oh, good.
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Situation 21 Meeting Bill

(Mike and Nancy finish their laundry, and Mike leaves for home. He meets Bill on the way.)

Bill: Hey, Mike, where are you going with that laundry in your hand?

Mike: What's up, Bill?

Bill: Nothing much. I just left that girl I met at the party.

Mike: But it's three thirty, have you been together since last night?

Bill: Yep.

Mike: You dog.

Bill: No, it's not what you think. She is a very nice girl and we just sat up and talked all night.

Mike: I thought you didn't want to meet a nice girl.

Bill: Actually I didn't at first. But once I started talking with her it was different.

Mike: This is not like you. What was so different?

Bill: She is intelligent and funny and...

(Bill stops and thinks without saying anything.)

Mike: And what?

Bill: And beautiful.

Mike: You sound like you're in love.

Bill: I think I am.

Mike: But I thought you didn't believe in love at first sight.

Bill: I didn't before last night, but now I'm not so sure.

Mike: Wow, of all my friends you are the last person I expected to be saying this.

Bill: I'm surprised too, but it's all true. What can I say?

Mike: You don't have to say anything. I think it's great. But I have to run. My laundry is going to get wrinkled25.

Bill: What? I may be in love for the first time in my life, and you're worried about your laundry?!

Mike: Sorry. Hey, why don't you come to my room and we can talk about it there?

Bill: That's a great idea. Let's go.
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Situation 22 The Internet

(Charles and his friend Kristina are back in the dorm room using the internet.)

Charles: Kristina, do you usually use Netscape Navigator or Internet Explore when you surf the web?

Kristina: Charles, I don't know anything about computers. That's why I'm here to learn from you.

Charles: Oh, right. Well, personally, I only use Netscape. It's the best and besides I don't like using anything from Microsoft.

Kristina: Charles, let's start at the beginning. What on earth does "surfing the web" mean?

Charles: I forgot. You really are a beginner. "Surfing the web" means exploring the world wild web.

Kristina: That's nice. And what, may I ask, is the world wide web?

Charles: That's just like saying the internet.

Kristina: Okay, that's not so difficult to understand.

Charles: No, it isn't. You'll understand all this in no time.

Kristina: I sure hope so. Not knowing about the internet makes me feel so premodern.

Charles: Well, the internet will have you feeling postmodern.

Kristina: At this point, I'd be happy with just plain modern.

Charles: I think we can do that. Here, let's go to my homepage.

Kristina: Um, I don't want to sound dumb26, but what's the homepage.

Charles: Don't worry about it and don't ask so many questions. Just listen, watch and learn, soon you will undertand everything.

Kristina: Is it really that easy?

Charles: Yes, I'm telling you. All you have to do is be able to read and push buttons. There is nothing more to it.

Kristina: That much I think even I can do.

Charles: I'm sure you can.
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Situation 23 Mike and Bill Arrive

(Just as Charles and Kristina are finishing their internet session27, Mike and Bill arrive at the door.)

Mike: Hi, you guys. Are you busy because we can go somewhere else?

Charles: No, we were just finishing.

Kristina: Yeah, I have to get home for dinner anyway.

Mike: Okay, but I don't want to rush you.

Charles: No rush. We're leaving. Bye.

Kristina: See you later, Mike, Bill.

(Charles and Kristina leave.)

Mike: Okay, they're gone now. Tell me more.

Bill: There's nothing to tell. I just think I'm in love.

Mike: Love? That's ridiculous. You don't even know her.

Bill: So what? Don't you believe in love at first sight?

Mike: Yes, as a matter of fact, I do. But you don't and you never have.

Bill: But I do now, people can change, you know?

Mike: I know. I guess I'm just surprised to be hearing this from you, the one who change girlfriend every week.

Bill: Hey, don't tell her that, okay? I mean, we just met and I don't want her to get the wrong the idea.

Mike: You mean the right idea, don't you?

Bill: Come on, Mike. I'm asking you for a favor here.

Mike: Bill, you know you don't have to worry about me. I may tease28 you but I'm your friend. I'll tell her nothing but good thing about you.

Bill: I know I could trust you.
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Situation 24 Mike Meets Mimi

(Bill decides to introduce Mike to his new girlfriend, Mimi.)

Bill: Mike, today's the day I want you to meet Mimi.

Mike: Great, but who is Mimi?

Bill: Mimi is my new girlfriend, you know that.

Mike: No, you told me her name is Margaret.

Bill: Well, it is, but her friends all call her Mimi.

Mike: Wow, you really are in love.

Bill: What? Because I call her Mimi?

Mike: Forget it. Let's go meet her.

(Mike and Bill go outside where Mimi is waiting for them. Bill and Mimi forget Mike is there.)

Bill: Hi, sweetheart.

Mimi: Hi, honey.

(Mike makes a sour face.)

Mike: Excuse me, but are you going to introduce me?

Bill: Oh, sorry. Mimi, this is Mike.

Mimi: It's so nice to meet you. Bill has told me so much about you.

Mike: That was fast considering you two just met a couple of days ago. I guess there's not much to tell about me.

Mimi: Oh, stop. Anyway, my name is Margaret, but you can call me Mimi.

Mike: Thank you. My name is Mike, you can call me Mike.

Bill: Stop joking around, Mike. He's a really nice guy once you get to know him.

Mimi: I'm sure he is.

Bill: Let's go get some icecream. It's hot as hell14 out here and we can talk in there.

Mimi: That's a great idea.

Mike: Sarcastically29. Yeah, you're a genius.


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1 ballroom SPTyA     
n.舞厅
参考例句:
  • The boss of the ballroom excused them the fee.舞厅老板给他们免费。
  • I go ballroom dancing twice a week.我一个星期跳两次交际舞。
2 rear 3Abz2     
vt.抚养,饲养;n.后部,后面
参考例句:
  • We had to rear it in a nursery and plant it out.我们不得不在苗棚里培育它,然后再把它移植出来。
  • The hall is in the rear of the building.礼堂在大楼的后部。
3 standing 2hCzgo     
n.持续,地位;adj.永久的,不动的,直立的,不流动的
参考例句:
  • After the earthquake only a few houses were left standing.地震过后只有几幢房屋还立着。
  • They're standing out against any change in the law.他们坚决反对对法律做任何修改。
4 stripes 7hczBz     
n.(与底色不同的)条纹( stripe的名词复数 );(军装或警服上表示等级的)臂章;纹理
参考例句:
  • The plant's stem is marked with thin green longitudinal stripes. 这种植物的茎上长有绿色细长条纹。
  • a zebra's black and white stripes 斑马的黑白条纹
5 devil dlMzu     
n.魔鬼,恶魔
参考例句:
  • It is easier to raise the devil than to lay him.召鬼容易驱鬼难。
  • Susie,you're a determined little devil.苏茜,你真是个坚决的小家伙。
6 brew kWezK     
v.酿造,调制
参考例句:
  • Let's brew up some more tea.咱们沏些茶吧。
  • The policeman dispelled the crowd lest they should brew trouble.警察驱散人群,因恐他们酿祸。
7 pub 7knzjc     
n.[英]旅馆,小店,酒馆
参考例句:
  • He is the landlord of this pub.他是这家酒店的店主。
  • They saw that four large men marched into the pub.他们看到四个彪形大汉走进了酒吧。
8 freshman 1siz9r     
n.大学一年级学生(可兼指男女)
参考例句:
  • Jack decided to live in during his freshman year at college.杰克决定大一时住校。
  • He is a freshman in the show business.他在演艺界是一名新手。
9 porter wOYxZ     
n.搬运工人;守门人,门房
参考例句:
  • The hotel porter will help you.旅馆的门童可以帮你的忙。
  • The porter and I looked at each other and smiled.我和脚夫微笑着你看着我,我看着你。
10 stout PGuzF     
adj.强壮的,粗大的,结实的,勇猛的,矮胖的
参考例句:
  • He cut a stout stick to help him walk.他砍了一根结实的枝条用来拄着走路。
  • The stout old man waddled across the road.那肥胖的老人一跩一跩地穿过马路。
11 damn jnyzC     
int.该死,他妈的;vt.指责,贬斥,诅咒
参考例句:
  • Damn this useless typewriter!这台破打字机真该死!
  • I knew damn well what he was going to say.我非常清楚他要说什么。
12 yell cfQwN     
vi./n.号叫,叫喊
参考例句:
  • This gave them a chance to yell.这给了他们大声喊叫的机会。
  • When his schoolmate made the last goal,the boy gave out with an untrammeled yell.那个男孩在他的同学踢进最后一球时不禁纵声欢呼。
13 sociology lwrwn     
n.社会学,社会关系学,群落生态学
参考例句:
  • He is studying sociology.他正研究社会学。
  • A pioneer of legal sociology in Germany was Max Weber.德国法律社会学的先驱是马克斯·韦伯。
14 hell Tduzg     
n.地狱,阴间;用以咒骂或表示愤怒,不满
参考例句:
  • It's a hell of a hike from Sydney to Perth.从悉尼到珀斯的徒步旅行简直苦死了。
  • The boss really gave me hell today.老板今天着实数落了我一通。
15 discussion 2PBzj     
n.讨论,谈论;论述
参考例句:
  • It is certain he will come to the discussion.他肯定会来参加讨论。
  • After months of discussion,a peace agreement is gradually taking shape.经过几个月的商讨,和平协议渐渐有了眉目。
16 election ujezm     
n.选举,选择权;当选
参考例句:
  • There is no doubt but that he will win the election.毫无疑问,他将在竞选中获胜。
  • The government will probably fall at the coming election.在即将到来的大选中,该政府很可能要垮台。
17 elections b9dd4e28c0fe5673909bb6c0615f5f22     
n.选举,当选,推举( election的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • The Republicans got shellacked in the elections. 共和党在选举中一败涂地。
  • He emerged victorious in the elections. 他在竞选中脱颖而出获得胜利。
18 naive yFVxO     
adj.幼稚的,轻信的;天真的
参考例句:
  • It's naive of you to believe he'll do what he says.相信他会言行一致,你未免太单纯了。
  • Don't be naive.The matter is not so simple.你别傻乎乎的。事情没有那么简单。
19 cynical Dnbz9     
adj.(对人性或动机)怀疑的,不信世道向善的
参考例句:
  • The enormous difficulty makes him cynical about the feasibility of the idea.由于困难很大,他对这个主意是否可行持怀疑态度。
  • He was cynical that any good could come of democracy.他不相信民主会带来什么好处。
20 senator UzJwm     
n.参议员,评议员
参考例句:
  • The senator urged against the adoption of the measure.那参议员极力反对采取这项措施。
  • The senator's speech hit at government spending.参议员的讲话批评了政府的开支。
21 crooked xvazAv     
adj.弯曲的;不诚实的,狡猾的,不正当的
参考例句:
  • He crooked a finger to tell us to go over to him.他弯了弯手指,示意我们到他那儿去。
  • You have to drive slowly on these crooked country roads.在这些弯弯曲曲的乡间小路上你得慢慢开车。
22 valid eiCwm     
adj.有确实根据的;有效的;正当的,合法的
参考例句:
  • His claim to own the house is valid.他主张对此屋的所有权有效。
  • Do you have valid reasons for your absence?你的缺席有正当理由吗?
23 assumes 8c7b603da451b6b3cb8b244705839530     
取得(权力)( assume的第三人称单数 ); 假设; 假定; 呈现
参考例句:
  • The motion of matter always assumes certain forms. 物质的运动总是表现为一定的形式。
  • It is usually the woman who assumes overall care of the baby. 通常由女性负责照顾孩子的方方面面。
24 corrupt 4zTxn     
v.贿赂,收买;adj.腐败的,贪污的
参考例句:
  • The newspaper alleged the mayor's corrupt practices.那家报纸断言市长有舞弊行为。
  • This judge is corrupt.这个法官贪污。
25 wrinkled qeQzK4     
adj.有皱纹的v.使起皱纹( wrinkle的过去式和过去分词 );(尤指皮肤)起皱纹
参考例句:
  • She smoothed down a wrinkled tablecloth. 她把起皱的桌布熨平了。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • A wrinkled purse,a wrinkled face. 手中无钱,愁容满面。 来自《简明英汉词典》
26 dumb 4k1zE     
adj.哑的;不会说话的;笨的;愚蠢的
参考例句:
  • She is very kind to the dumb children.她对哑童非常好。
  • It was dumb of you to say that.你说这种话太愚蠢了。
27 session Kz1wC     
n.会议,开庭期,市盘,学期;adj.短期的
参考例句:
  • This matter will go over until the next session.这件事将留待下次会议讨论。
  • Congress is now in session.国会现在正在开会。
28 tease 2IHzi     
vt.戏弄,取笑,挑逗,撩拨;n.戏弄人者
参考例句:
  • The other boys tease him because he is fat.因为他很胖,所以其他男生都取笑他。
  • His friends used to tease him about his tatty clothes.他的朋友过去常常笑话他破旧的衣服。
29 sarcastically sarcastically     
adv.挖苦地,讽刺地
参考例句:
  • 'What a surprise!' Caroline murmured sarcastically.“太神奇了!”卡罗琳轻声挖苦道。
  • Pierce mocked her and bowed sarcastically. 皮尔斯嘲笑她,讽刺地鞠了一躬。
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