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Nate:I am currently the highest bidder your shirt. I was wondering about the size.Re: It a small.Nate:How is the condition? How old is it?Re: It has never been worn. It was too small me so Im selling it.Nate:Why didnt you return the shirt or exchange it?Re: I got it as a gift so I couldnt take it back. Good luck! I hope it will fit you!参考译文:奈特:我目前是你那件衬衫的最高出价者我想问有关尺寸的问题回信:是小号的奈特:状态怎么样?新旧如何?回信:从没穿过我觉得太小了,所以才要卖掉它奈特:你为什么不退换这件衬衫呢?回信:这是我得到的礼物,所以我无法退回祝好运!我希望你穿会合身!重点词汇:condition (n.)情况,状态This car is in great condition.这辆车的状况不错return (v.)退还I have to return this sweater – it too small.我要退还这件毛衣——太小了exchange (v.)交换You can exchange these jeans within a week of buying them.你可以在购入一星期内退换这些牛仔裤 1937

听笑话学英语:How could anyone stoop so low? Our manager at the restaurant where I worked was a much beloved, jovial man. But there was one subject you didn't dare discuss in front of him -- his height. Or, should I say, his lack of it. One day, he stormed through the door and announced angrily, "Someone just picked my pocket!" Most of my fellow waitresses and I were speechless, except the one who blurted out, "How could anyone stoop so low?" 我们的餐厅经理是一位深受大家爱戴,和蔼而又快乐的人但在他面前有一件事不能提--他的身高或者,我应该说,他是有点矮!一天,经理怒气冲冲地撞门而入,高声说,“有人拿了我的钱包!”我和其她大部女招待都没敢吱声,但有人却蹦出一句话:“哪有人能弯腰弯那么低的啊”! 667

年,困扰一切家庭的,依然是衣吃住行这一基本问题,而在金融危机和高房价的压力下,房子、低收入成了最大的痛苦之源...House! House! Housing is always a big issue people. Nobody wants to be a drifter with no place to settle down. many Chinese young people, the whole year of hard work in was buying an apartment. "Housing is a big issue me. I want to buy a second apartment, but the price at present is so high that I have to postpone my plan.""I think the housing prices nowadays are soaring. I had planned to buy an apartment earlier this year, but two or three months later the prices soared to an incredible level, so high that I couldn't believe it! So I had to quit. My biggest plan - buying an apartment - has now gone with the wind."I am an immigrant to Beijing. I really want to have an apartment of my own, but I want to say, buying an apartment is what only the rich can do, while me, who is not rich at all, has nothing to do with buying an apartment."Housing is always an issue most people. some who are lucky and ambitious, it may be a question of afding one more spare property. But most people, owning a home is a remote dream. 93578

Problem with gas放屁的问题A little old lady goes to the doctor ... and says, "Doctor, I have this problem with gas, but it doesn't really bother me too much. They never smell and are always silent. As a matter of fact, I've farted at least times since I've been here in your office. You didn't know I was farting because they don't smell and are silent." The doctor says, "I see. Here's a prescription. Take these pills 3 times a day seven days and come back to see me next week." The next week the lady goes back. "Doctor," she says, "I don't know what the hell you gave me, but now my farts ... although still silent... stink terribly." The doctor says, "Good! Now that we've cleared up your sinuses, let's start working on your hearing."有位小老太太去看医生:“医生,我有爱放屁的毛病其实也不是大问题,只是我放屁不臭而且没声音事实上,我在这里已经放了多个屁,但是你并不知道对吧,因为我的屁不臭,而且还没声音”医生说:“好的,我明白了吃这个药片,一天三次连续吃七天,下星期你再来”一星期后老太太来了,“医生,你到底给的我什么药,现在我放屁还是没声音,但是怎么这么臭!”医生说:“太好了!你的嗅觉正常了,现在开始治听觉” 885

'White House' sale CNN's Brooke Baldwin reports on a White House replica sale in Atlanta that's finding few takers.The White House, it's a place presidential candidates dream of calling 'home'. "Thanks having us." Fred Milani is no politician, but he does have a penchant presidential politics. In Atlanta, back in , this Iranian-born real estate developer was in the market to build, and his wife had one request. "All she wants the house with the column, five minutes later, we decided to build the White House." Milani's Georgia home encompasses ,500 square feet, exactly one third of its Washington counterpart. Here, he too has a West Wing with his very own Oval Office."Why would you want an Oval Office in your home?""If you build the White House, you want to have your Oval Office." Complete with the presidential seal on the ceiling. "So this is...?" "Lincoln bedroom." In this room, the Bill of Rights and the Emancipation Proclamation hang on the wall. "A lot of people come here. They want to stay in this room." "Why's that?" "I guess Bill Clinton was charging 50,000 dollars a night." "How about you?" "It's free." But it's Milani's landscaping that doesn't exactly get his neighbours' vote. "I think it's gaudy and it's disrespectful to the White House. And I have to look at it every day." Nevertheless, Milani, like thousands of Americans, has fallen victim to the housing market crash. Twice, he says, he's avoided eclosure. "The economy's doing bad. Really, everybody in the construction, they suffer it. And I'm one of them." As a result, this White House is sale. The presidential price tag? 9.8 million dollars. "So what's next, the Taj Mahal(1)?" "No, I just wanted to build maybe the Congress. Always, I am in this building business." Mr. Milani's home has been on the market a month and a half. So far, no buyers. But he says a few are interested from Calinia and as far away as Dubai. And all the mer presidential candidates out there, it may not be 00 Pennsylvania Avenue(), but it's pretty close.Brooke Baldwin, CNN, the 'White House', in Atlanta. 6

More people are texting love A British report finds a drop in the written and spoken "I Love Yous".Valentine's Day is coming up, Anita’s favorite. People used to send, you know handwritten love letters or even poetry. Out of a British survey shows few people do that any more, and 3 of those polled'd never even said I love you. Isn't that a shocking? (yeah)Yes. David Siletto of the B reports from London.Valentine's Day is looming, time to express our romantic sides. "The transport of the heart, they have all the fire of our passions.What would I not do love of you, my own Clara, my dear one."And we are still happy enough to send flowers, but what about the words that go with them? The love letter. Well, it seems the most likely source of a few endearing words these days is in one of these.There is perhaps something lacking in the average romantic text, but the love letter? Well it appears most to be a lost art.I’ve no thought about rhyme on note. Not really. Why not? Er, it seems no particularly interest in them any more , I must say I am too busy. That’s an excuse. Yeah, a bad one.I mean if someone likes you or you like someone. How would you communicate to them?Text, give him a text.It's not very romantic. Yeah, but men aren't romantic any more.Would you like them to be? Yeah. I've a romantic heart.Poems not, but letters yes, with many love words.You are the first person we’ve met who’s...?Really? Did they work?Because I am a eigner, er eigner.So, too busy and too British a love letter, and certainly no poems. But it seems we can, just about to manage a text. David Siletto, B news. 637

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