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英语口语每天说002

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  2. Advice

  1. Could you give me some advice on how I can make up for the time

  I've lost?

  2. I like your advice about my research.

  3. What would you advice?

  4. What would you do if you were in my shoes?

  5. I would appreciate your advice.

  6. I think you should go on a diet.

  7. It might be a good idea if you got a part-time job.

  8. I advice you to see a doctor.

  9. I advice you not to look down upon him.

  10. I don't think you should keep silent1.

  Dialogue 1

  M: I don't know how to adjust2 my life. Would you give me a piece of

  advice?

  W: You look a bit pale, don't you?

  M: Yes, I can't sleep well every night.

  W: You should get plenty of sleep.

  M: I drink a lot of wine.

  W: If I were you, I wouldn't drink too much.

  M: I often feel so tired.

  W: You better do some exercise every morning.

  M: I sometimes find the shadow of death in front of me.

  W: Why do you worry about your future? You're very young, and

  you'll make great contribution to the world. I hope you take my

  advice.

  Dialogue 2

  M: Hi, Jone, how are you?

  W: Terrible.

  M: What's wrong?

  W: Someone robbed3 my apartment last week. The robber4 took $550.

  M: Oh, no! Did you call the police?

  W: No.

  M: Why not?

  W: My English isn't very good. I didn't know what to say to them.

  M: I'm going to give you some advice, Jone. If this happens again,

  you should call the police immediately. You should try to remember

  everything. You should explain everything to the police.

  Dialogue 3

  W: I'm afraid I've had a terrible row with my boss. What shall I

  do?

  M: I think you'd better apologize.

  W: Oh, but I can't. It wasn't my fault.

  M: Maybe not, but I advice you to say it was your fault.

  Dialogue 4

  M: You're going to get into a lot of trouble if you do that.

  W: What makes you say that?

  M: I don't see anything wrong with what we're doing! That's just

  the problem. In these kind of things, the trouble doesn't always

  appear at first.

  W: But everything has been so easy.

  M: Everything has gone as smooth as clockwork. Just like we

  planned! That may be true, but if you were to do it, you would have

  trouble on the horizon5. You always say that.

  W: Yeah, you never look at the positive side of things.

  M: Okay. Have it your way, but don't say I didn't warn6 you.

  Dialogue 5

  W: Are you feeling better today, Bill?

  M: Well, it's hard to say. I cough a lot in the evening.

  W: You'd better give up smoking7. It's bad for your health.

  M: You're right, but you know, it's hard to give up an old habit.

  W: But you should make up your mind first.

  M: You know, I often have to work til late at night. I need

  something to keep me awake.

  W: Why don't you go to bed and get up early? You'll have the same

  time for work.

  M: Thank you for your advice! I'll try it.

  Dilaogue 6

  W: I can't decide whether to go to university or to get a job.

  M: Well, if I were you, I'd go on studying.

  W: But I don't even know what to study.

  M: If I had chance again, I'd major in English. You're good at

  language.

  W: That's what my parents want me to do.

  M: You should take their advice. They know what's best for you.

  But my friends will have jobs and lots of fun, while I spend all my

  time doing reading and writing.

  M: But if you go to university, you'll still have time for fun.

  W: Hm, what you say makes sense. But you know, I still have to ask

  my parents for pocket money, and I hate to do so at this age.

  M: And if you try to find a part-time job, you'll have some money

  too.

  W: You're right. Thank you for the advice.

  W: Most Americans don't like to get advice from members of their

  families. When they need advice, they don't usually ask people they

  know. Instead, many Americans write letters to newspapers and

  magazines, which give advice on many different subjects, including

  family problems, sex, use of language, health, cooking, children

  care, clothes, and how to buy a house or a car. Two of the most

  famous writers of advice are women without special training for

  this kind of work. Experience is their preparation for giving

  advice. There's one writer who has not lived long enough to have

  much experience. She is a girl who started writing advice for

  newspaper readers at the age of ten. Her advice to young readers

  now appears regularly8 in the column9 called "Dear Angel10".

 


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1 silent eEVz8     
adj.安静的,不吵闹的,沉默的,无言的;n.(复数)默剧
参考例句:
  • Immediately on his beginning to speak,everyone was silent.他一讲话,大家顿时安静下来。
  • The boys looked at the conjuror in silent wonder. 孩子们目瞪口呆地看着那魔术师。
2 adjust kyOzW     
vt.调整,使适应于,校准;vi.调整,适应于,校准
参考例句:
  • Foreigners take some time to adjust to our way of life.外国人要花一些时间才能适应我们的生活方式。
  • It is difficult to adjust one's habits to someone else.一个人很难使自己的习惯适于他人。
3 robbed eec50577cdb274096c8f01f2a2905214     
v.抢夺( rob的过去式和过去分词 );抢劫;掠夺;使丧失
参考例句:
  • Would you be able to identify the man who robbed you? 你能够认出那个抢你东西的人吗? 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • They stood looking on while the man was robbed. 正当那个人被抢劫时,他们却站在那儿袖手旁观。 来自《简明英汉词典》
4 robber 1jhzmX     
n.抢劫者,强盗,盗贼
参考例句:
  • The robber told the woman to come across with her purse.拦路抢劫者勒令那个女人把钱包交出来。
  • The robber tried to run away but a man tackled him.强盗企图逃跑,但一个人把他抓住了。
5 horizon Tclx8     
n.地平线,地平;眼界,见识
参考例句:
  • The sun rises above the horizon.太阳升起在地平线上。
  • He descried an island far away on the horizon.他看到遥远的地平线上有个岛屿。
6 warn bg0wx     
vt.警告,注意,远离;vi.提醒
参考例句:
  • I must warn you that my patience is almost at an end.我必须警告你我已经没有耐心了。
  • If you warn me in advance,I will have your order ready for you.你若预先通知我,我就能给您准备好了。
7 smoking NilzKh     
n.吸烟,抽烟;冒烟
参考例句:
  • He was wise to give up smoking.他戒烟是明智的。
  • He has decided to cut out smoking and drinking.他已决心戒烟、戒酒。
8 regularly aVuxw     
adv.有规则地,一丝不苟地,正式地
参考例句:
  • Check the engine oil level regularly.要时常检查机油量。
  • We meet regularly to discuss business.我们定期会面讨论事务。
9 column lWPyR     
n.列,柱形图;专栏;圆柱;纵队
参考例句:
  • I often read his column in the local paper.我经常在当地的报纸上看到他的专栏文章。
  • A column of soldiers marched down the highway.一个士兵纵队沿着公路行进。
10 angel qVUz2     
n.天使,守护神,可爱的人
参考例句:
  • The angel of death's in the house!死神在屋里呢!
  • I can say without exaggeration that she is an angel.我可以毫不夸张地说她是个天使。
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