【英语学习】学习美国英语日常对话:课后交谈(视频)

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想学说英语吗?我们的学习美国英语日常对话在这里提供一个练习机会。请点击以下录音链接,收听美国人在不同场景中的一段对话,同时还可以参照每篇对话的英文原文和对语言点的中文解释。今天的对话场景是课后交谈


Linda: Hey! How did your physics exam go?

Frank: Not bad, thanks. I’m just glad it’s over! How about you…how’d your presentationgo?

Linda: Oh, it went really well. Thanks for helping me with it!

Frank: No problem. So…do you feel like studying tomorrow for our math exam?

Linda: Yeah, sure! Come over around 10 o’clock, after breakfast.

Frank: All right. I’ll bring my notes.

语言点

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  • Hey!是”hello”(你好)的一种亲切随便的表达方式。

  • How did your physics exam go? (你的物理考试考得怎样?)是“How was your physics exam?”(你的物理考试怎样?)的另一种表达方式。

  • I’m just glad… 。(我真高兴……。)请注意这里“Just”的重读,放在形容词之前起强调的作用。

  • How about you… (……你的情况怎样?)请注意这里用降调,因为说话者紧接着要提出一个具体的问题。

  • How’d your presentation… (你的课堂报告……?)请注意“How did”的缩写读成/howdj/,“your”读成/yer/。

  • Do you feel like这里的意思是“do you want to”(“你想要做……吗”)。请注意,”do you feel like”后面要跟动词“+ing”形式,如studying。

  • Come over这里的意思是“come to my house”(来我家里)。

  • Notes学生们在课堂上记录的老师讲课内容。

希望更深入学英语吗?我们这里还有更多内容 。美国国务院也提供各种程度的可供英语教师和学生使用的资源



Everyday conversations for English learners: Catching up after class

Learning to speak English? Our Everyday Conversations help you practice. Click the audio link to hear a native speaker pronounce each word while you read. Key terms are explained, in your language, at the end of each conversation. Today’s conversation is about students discussing classes.

Linda: Hey! How did your physics exam go?

Frank: Not bad, thanks. I’m just glad it’s over! How about you…how’d your presentationgo?

Linda: Oh, it went really well. Thanks for helping me with it!

Frank: No problem. So…do you feel like studying tomorrow for our math exam?

Linda: Yeah, sure! Come over around 10 o’clock, after breakfast.

Frank: All right. I’ll bring my notes.

Language notes

  • Hey! is a friendly expression meaning “hello.”

  • How did your physics exam go? is a way of saying “How was your physics exam?”

  • I’m just glad… Notice the stress on “glad.” “Just” is used for emphasis before an adjective here.

  • How about you… Notice the intonation falls here because the speaker is going to follow it up with a detailed question.

  • How’d your presentation… Notice the contraction for “How did” sounds like /howdj/ and “your” sounds like /yer/.

  • Do you feel like here has the meaning of “do you want to.” Notice “do you feel like” is followed by an “-ing” verb (studying).

  • Come over here has the meaning of “come to my house.”

  • Notes Students take notes about what the teacher says during a lecture.

Ready to learn more English? Our materials can help. And the U.S. Department of State has great resources for English teachers and students of all levels.

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