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to hanker after something 渴望拥有(非正式)英文释义 (INFORMAL) To desire something very much.例句 Im hankering after a new car, and Ill buy one if I get a raise at work.我渴望拥有一部新车,只要工作上得到加薪,我就去买一辆。 /201402/275183

商业英语口语 5暂无文本 /200707/16078

Paul: Good afternoon.Annaamp; Tom: Hi, good afternoon.Paul: Anna, Tom, room 301 please. Now.Narrator: 欢迎回到 Tip Top 贸易公司,今天公司的气氛有点紧张。 Paul 把 Tom 和 Anna叫进 room 301。一般大家都会在这个房间里谈些严肃的话题。会不会是 Paul 听说昨天来投诉的事情了?Anna: Oh dear.Narrator: Ah, dont worry Anna 你应该没问题。 昨天你面对 Mr Lime,处理的很好,应该受到表扬才是。Anna: Really? What do you think Paul will say?Narrator: Well, if he is pleased, hell say things like:好样的。 Well done.你处理的很好。 You handled it well.做得好。 Great job.你的表现我很满意。 Im really impressed.Anna: And if hes not?Narrator: Well, I suppose…oops!Paul: Well, Tom, Anna... Yesterday was not a great day. Two clients came in with serious complaints. Mrs Kumquat received a delivery of imitation bananas that were purple, not very convincing. And Mr Lime ordered grapefruits, but got pineapples. Tom.Tom: Yes, listen…Paul: Were you responsible for these errors?Tom: Well... yes, but…Paul: Look, mistakes happen. But it seems that Mrs Kumquat left our offices even angrier than when she came in and she says she will never use Tip Top Trading again.Tom: I tried my best.Paul: Hmmm. I understand you told her to spray-paint the bananas and to stop being such a miserable old witch.Tom: Yeah, well look, shed been very rude to me.Paul: If you werent such a good salesman I would fire you for that. Anna.Anna: Yes.Paul: Well done. Not only was Mr Lime satisfied that his business would be resolved, but we might even get some extra business from him, thanks to your Imperial Lemon proposal.Anna: I hope so.Paul: You were in a difficult situation and you handled it well. You remained calm, friendly and professional. So, great job. Im really impressed. Im going to…(phone rings)Paul: Oh no. Its a call from the USA.Tom: Oh god!Anna: What?Tom: The boss!Anna: Whose boss?Tom: Ours! The big, big boss, based in America.Narrator: Oh No! 美国总部的大老板来电话了!Paul: Shhhh! (on the phone) Hello? Ah, good afternoon Mr Socrates, I mean, er- morning, ha ha, where you are its … yes … no, n-yes … Im not sure. Mrs Kumquat did she? Well, it was very unfortunate purple, yes totally unacceptable I will. If youd like I could- Mr Socrates? Hello? Mr Socrates? Oh, hes gone.Right where was I? Tom, great work. Anna, Im disappointed. No no, Anna, great work, I want you to take charge of the Imperial Lemon presentation. Tom, if you speak to a client like that again there will be disciplinary action. Mrs Kumquat was so angry she even emailed Mr Socrates. OK thats it.Narrator: Phew! 至少 Anna 没事儿!Paul 在表扬 Anna 的时候用了几种不同的表达方式,我们再听一词:Well done.You were in a difficult situation and you handled it well.So, great job. Im really impressed.他解释了为什么他认为 Anna 做得好:You remained calm, friendly and professional.不过 Tom 犯下的这个错误可是给大家带来了不少额外的工作。Paul: First thing tomorrow we need to sort this mess out. Tom, I want you to phone every single client and check the orders. Anna, you can go to the warehouse and find out whats going on in there!听力挑战:TIP TOP 公司的大老板在哪个国家?上期:LIME 先生应该从 TIP TOP公司收到多少釉子水果模型?8,000 /201207/192706

collision course --------- 不可避免的冲突(成语)英文释义 (IDIOM) A path that will inevitably lead to conflict and disaster.例句 Their recent border disputes have put the two great nations on a collision course, and many people believe a terrible war will start soon.最近的边界争端让这两个大国的冲突不可避免,很多人相信可怕的战争即将降临。 /201504/366216


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