2006年四月月 发布的文章



I made it.
Be punctual!
You are late again.
I was only late by 5 minutes.
Did you punch in/out?
Let me check my schedule.
I’ve got so much to do.
I am pressed for time.
I am a ordinary office worker.
The work doesn’t need much effort.
I’m in charge of the west side.
I’m done with the work.
I can still work for a long time.
Our boss has been fired.
Please staple these together.
Would you copy these papers?
This copy machine doesn’t work.
I think it ran out paper.
When is this due?
It is due on the 30th.
Let’s take a break.
Get me a cup of coffee, will you?
Would you like some coffee?
That would be great!
It is almost lunchtime.
We took a hour lunch break.
Let’s get started.
I can’t leave this job at the moment.
I am too busy to bother with such details.
I am so busy, I would really appreciate any help I could get.
Don’t slack off.
Do your best.
Don’t work too hard.
Pull yourself together. (打起精神)
You can count on me.
I don’t even have time to catch my breath.
What’s keeping you?
Changing job is the only way out.
You’d better work harder.
I’m a workaholic.
I don’t know how to fill out this form.
How do I fill out this form?
Can you help me with this form?
It looks like it’s going to be a long meeting, doesn’t it?
The meeting went well.
I did all I could do.
Are you impressed?
Please underline the important items.
Check. (对方在检查名单时表示满意的用法)
Would you get to the point?
Please do it all over again.
Fax this paper to Mr Li.
Please hand in the document to me.
This is a piece of work I can be proud of.
I can not find my white-out.
Are you working overtime tonight?
Business is business.
He is a hard worker.
You are overworking.
Finish this report today!
When is this paper due?
I’ve got so much to do.
There is a lot of work piled up on my desk.
We will fake it.
All done!
It’s been a long day.
I can’t make an exception for you. (破例)
It is dark outside already.
Let’s finish up.
I’ve just finished work.
Today is payday.
Let’s have a drink.
Thanks for your hard work.
I hope you don’t my leaving now.
Sorry for interrupting.
May I interrupt you?
Mr Li is on line one.
I have an appointment with Mr Li.
What floor is ABC on?
Where are the elevators?

I get along well with him.
I respect him.
I despise him.
I want to get along with everyone.
Are you getting along with her?
She ignored me.
I don’t know what he is really thinking.
I have no reason to be envied.
I don’t like brownnosers.
I’m neglecting my family.
Which side are you on?
I’m on your side.
He is very hard on me.
He always treat me as a enemy.
He treated me badly.
We’re on a first name basis.

He is quick on the uptake. (理解力很强)
He will never let you down.
He is efficient.
He is a good guy.
He looks old for his age.
You look younger than me.
That is the way he is.
Who is he like?
He has a lot of common sense.
He is wise for his age. (很博学)
He knows a lot of people.
He is a go-getter.
You are so sympathetic.
He is faithful.
He has a deep voice.
He has put on weight.
He is overweight.
You have a lot of nerve.
He is a very modest man.
He has a good/bad temper.
There is something strange about her.
She is not herself.
She is so weird.
Tom eats like a bird.
She has a nice figure.
His best days are gone.
My father is getting on in years.
What does he look like?
They are making a big fuss.
He is a chain smoker.

He is selfish.
He takes things too seriously.
He is simpleminded.
He is on edge. (情绪烦躁)
He is talkative.
He is quite well off.
He is fresh.
He is a smooth talker.
He is nobody’s fool.
He often says absurd things.
He has no sense of responsibility.
He’s very offensive.
He is a difficult man to deal with.
He is a stubborn old man.
He is aiming too high.
That man never admits defeat.
He is crooked.
He is good for nothing.
He is shy around strangers.
He is acting big.
He has a short temper. (易怒)
He eats like a horse.
Your perfume is strong.

I’m young in spirit.
I’m all thumbs. 笨拙
I like being alone.
I am easygoing.
I get embarrassed easily.
I’m practical about everything. 现实的
I’m a good judge of charactor.
I prefer wine to sweets.
I have led a dog’s life.
I have poor eyesight.

[New Words To Me]
punctual — acting or arriving exactly at the time appointed; prompt.
punch in/out — 打上/下班钟卡.
staple — to secure or fasten by means of a staple or staples.
slack — moving slowly; sluggish.
count on — 依靠, 指望.
workaholic — one who has a compulsive and unrelenting need to work.
overtime — beyond the established time limit, especially that of the normal working day.
fake — to engage in feigning, simulation, or other deceptive activity.
despise — to regard with contempt or scorn.
brownnose — to curry favor with in an obsequious manner; fawn on.
be hard on sb — 对..刻薄/不客气.
go-getter — [slang] 非常积极能干的人, 老手.
adj + for — 与..比较…
sympathetic — expressing, feeling, or resulting from sympathy.
well off — rich.
absurd — ridiculously incongruous or unreasonable.
offensive — causing anger, displeasure, resentment, or affront.
stubborn — unreasonably, often perversely unyielding; bullheaded.
crooked — dishonest or unscrupulous; fraudulent.
perfume — a substance that emits and diffuses a fragrant odor, especially a volatile liquid distilled from flowers or prepared synthetically.



Tom is a lady-killer.
Tom realy turns me on.
Chris is really a heartbreaker.
Janet is a knockout.
I think he has a crush on you.
Jane seems to like me.
I can’t handle a girl like her.
I’m dying to see her.
I am trying to make a pass at her.
You broke my heart.

Are you free tonight?
Do you want to go out tonight?
Would you like to go to the movies with me?
Let’s have tea or something.
Please keep me company for a while = please keep company with me for a while.
I’d like to invite you to a show.
May I ask you out?
Are you trying to pick me up?
Where do you want to meet?
What time should we meet?

I want to talk to you.
Are you seeing anyone now?
What do you think of me?
You are the most beautiful woman I’ve ever seen.
I’m crazy for you.
Don’t play hard to get.
I don’t want to get serious yet.
It was love at first sight.
I wish I had never met you.
You are my type.
You make me happy.
I’m happy to have known you.
You have beautiful eyes.
You’re sweet.
You’re sexy.
Let’s walk hand in hand.
May I hold your hand?
You’re beautiful!
I want to know all about you.
I want you.
I need you.
You are everything to me.
You are mine.
I am yours.
I can’t live without you.
Come closer.
What’s on your mind?
I think of you night and day.
There will never be another you.
I like your dress.
Nothing is too good for you. (为你我在所不惜)
Are you seducing me?
Hold me tight!
Don’t go away.
I can’t help falling in love with you.
I have never felt like this before.
You’re the one for me.
I always speak my mind. = I’m always honest.
Love me, Love my dog.
Be gentle!
Love me more!
Look at me!
I fell in love with Rose.
I am deeply in love with Rose.

Will you marry me?
I don’t want to get engaged yet.
I don’t want to get married yet.
I have not thought about marriage yet.
I love you but I can’t marry you.
I hesitate to marry her.
He is newlywed.
How is your married life?
We are happy together now.
I love my wife.
We are two of a kind.
We are a well-matched couple.
I am a family-centered person.
She wants to start a family.
I am pregnant.
What did she have?
We can work it out.
I think of my wife first.
We, as a husband and a wife, don’t have any fights.

We fight a lot.
I don’t love my wife any more.
My wife is cheating on me.
We have a falling-out.
I’ve changed my mind.
You have changed.
Are you seeing someone now?
I don’t see eye to eye with my wife.
We just don’t get along.
I though I knew you.
I had an affair with my secretary.
I don’t enjoy being with you.
Let’s get divorced.
I am separeted from my wife.
I can’t get over losing you.
Breaking up is hard to do.
Don’t break my heart.
We argued for hours.

[New Words To Me]
turn sb on — 令…神魂颠倒
knockout — a strikingly attractive or impressive person or thing, especially refer to female. [slang]
crush — [slang]迷恋.
dying — eagerly desirous.
make a pass at sb — 追求sb.
ask sb out –  make a date with sb = pick sb up = see sb.
play hard to get — 故意装出难以接近的样子(以鼓励对方作进一步追求).
seduce — to entice or beguile into a desired state or position.
newlywed — someone recently married.
two of a kind — 性格相似
falling-out — a disagreement; a quarrel.
see eye to eye with sb — 看法完全一致.
affair — a romantic and sexual relationship, sometimes one of brief duration, between two people who are not married to each other.
get over — overcome: get on top of; deal with successfully.

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