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李阳 超级短句
1,Absolutely. 绝对不是。
2,Are you coming with me? 你跟我一起去吗?
3,Are you sure? 你能肯定吗?
4,As soon as possible. 尽快。
5,Believe me. 相信我。
6,Buy it. 买下来。
7,Call me tomorrow. 明天打电话给我。
8,Can you speak slowly? 请你所得慢些好吗?
9,Come with me? 跟我来?
10,Congratulations! 恭喜恭喜。
11,Do it right。 把它做对
12,Do you mean it? 你是当真的吗?
13,Do you see him often? 你经常见到他吗?
14,Do you see it?=Do you understand? 你明白吗?
15,Do you want it? 你要吗?
16,Do you want something? 你想要些什么?
17,Don't do it. 不要做。
18,Don't exaggerate. 不要夸张。
19,Don't tell me that. 不要告诉我。
20,Give me a hand. 帮我一下。
21,Go right ahead. 一直往前走。
22,Have a good trip. 祝旅途愉快。
23,Have a nice day. 祝你一天过得愉快。
24,Have you finished? 你做完了吗?
25,He dosen't have time. 他没空。
26,He is on his way. 他现在已经在路上了。
27,How are you doing? 你好吗?
28,How long are you staying? 你要呆多久?
29,I am crazy about her. 你对她着迷了。
30,I am wasting my time. 我在浪费时间。
李阳356(1)

1.Absolutely. (用于答话)是这样;当然是;正是如此;绝对如此。
2.Absolutely impossible! 绝对不可能的!
3.All I have to do is learn English. 我所要做的就是学英语。
4.Are you free tomorrow? 你明天有空吗?
5.Are you married? 你结婚了吗?
6.Are you used to the food here? 你习惯吃这儿的饭菜吗?
7.Be careful. 小心/注意。
8.Be my guest. 请便/别客气。
9.Better late than never. 迟到总比不到好。
10.Better luck next time. 祝你下一次好运。

11.Better safe than sorry. 小心不出大错。
12.Can I have a day off?
我能请一天假吗?
13.Can I help?
要我帮忙吗?
14.Can I take a message?
要我传话吗?
15.Can I take a rain check?
你能改天再请我吗?
16.Can I take your order?
您要点菜吗?
17.Can you give me a wake-up call?
你能打电话叫醒我吗?
18.Can you give me some feedback?
你能给我一些建议吗?
19.Can you make it?
你能来吗?
20.Can I have a word with you?
我能跟你谈一谈吗?
21.Cath me later.
过会儿再来找我。
22.Cheer up!
高兴起来!振作起来!
23.Come in and make yourself at home.
请进,别客气。
24.Could I have the bill,please?
请把账单给我好吗?
25.Could you drop me off at the airport?
你能载我到飞机场吗?
26.Could you speak slower?
你能说得慢一点吗?
27.Could you take a picture for me?
你能帮我拍照吗?
28.Did you enjoy your flight?
你的飞行旅途愉快吗?
29.Did you have a good day today?
你今天过得好吗?
30.Did you have a nice holiday?
你假期过得愉快吗?
31.Did you have fun?
你玩得开心吗?
32.Dinner is on me.
晚饭我请客。
33.Do you have a room available?
你们有空房间吗?
34.Do you have any hobbies?
你有什么爱好?
35.Do you have some change?
你有零钱吗?
36. Do you mind my smoking?
你介意我抽烟吗?
37.Do you often work out?
你经常锻炼身体吗?
38.Do you speak English?
你会说英语吗?
39.Don't be so modest.
别这么谦虚。
40.Don't bother.
不用麻烦了。
155.I'm pressed for time.
我赶时间。
156.I'm sorry I'm late.
对不起,我迟到了。
157.I'm sorry to hear that.
听到这个消息我感到很遗憾。
158.I'm under a lot of pressure.
我的压力很大。
159.I'm working on it.
我正在努力。
160.I've changed my mind.
我已经改变主意。
161.I've got a headache.
我头痛。
162.I've got my hands full.
我手头正忙。
163.I've got news for you.
我要告诉你一个好消息。
164.I've got no idea.
我不知道。
165.I've had enough.
我已经吃饱了。
166.If I were in your shoes.
如果我站在你的立场上。
167.Is that OK?
这样可以吗?
168.Is this seat taken?
这位子有人坐吗?
169.It all depends.
视情形而定。
170.It can happen to anyone.
这事可能发生在任何人身上。
171.It doesn't make any difference.
都一样。
172.It doesn't matter to me.
这对我来说无所谓。
173.It doesn't work.
它出故障了。
174.It drives me crazy.
他使我快要发疯了。
175.It isn't much.
这是微不足道的。
176.It really comes in handy.
有了它真是方便。
177.It slipped my mind.
我不留神忘了。
178.It takes time.
这需要时间。
179.It will come to me.
我会想起来的。
180.It will do you good.
这会对你有好处。
181.It won't happen again.
下不为例。
182.It won't take much time.
不会发很多时间的。
183.It won't work.
行不通。
184.It's nice meeting you.
很高兴认识你。
185.It's a deal.
一言为定。
186.It's a long story.
真是一言难尽。
187.It's a nice day today.
今天天气很好。
188.It's a once in a lifetime chance.
这是一生难得的机会。
189.It's a pain in the neck.
这真是苦不堪言。
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李阳疯狂英语的窍门
①两大基本原则:实用和实战;
②神奇的句子中心论和口语中心论
——通过脱口而出句子突破发音、单词、语法、听力、写作、考试和翻译;
③十大法宝:
A、学一句算一句,说一句顶十句;
B、自创语言环境;
C、三最口腔肌肉训练法;
D、一口气训练法;
E、五大发音要点;
F、立刻翻译;
G、一步登天、一次到位、一鸣惊人;
H、听烂一盘录音带;
I、寻找成就感,建立财富本;
J、零碎时间创奇迹。
李阳 给那些初学英语的人
, I am 我是
I am an office worker.
我是上班族。
2, I work for 我在……工作
I work for the goverment.
我在政府机关做事。
3,I'm happy to 我很高兴;我很荣幸
I'm happy to meet you.
我很高兴见到你。
4,I like 我喜欢
I like your sense of humor.
我喜欢你的幽默感。
5,I'm glad to我很高兴
I'm glad to see you again.
我很高兴再次见到你。
6,I'll 我会;我将
I'll call you.
我会打电话给你。
7,I feel like 我想
I feel like sleeping/taking a walk.
我想睡/散步。
8,I want我想要
I want something to eat.
我想吃点东西。
9,I need 我需要
I need your help.
我需要你的帮助。
10,I would like to我想;我愿意
I would like to talk to you for a minute.
我想和你谈一下。
11,I have我有
I have a lot of problems.
我有很多问题。
12,I hope我希望
I hope our dreams come true.
我希望我们的梦想成真。
13,I'm looking forward to 我期待;我期望
I'm looking forward to seeing you.
我期望见到你。
14,I'm supposed to 我应该
I'm supposed to go on a diet。
我应该节食。
15,I heard我听说
I heard that you're getting married。
我听说你要结婚了。
16,I see我知道
I see what you mean.
我了解你的意思。
17,I can't……我不能……
I can't do this.
我不能这么做。
18,Let me 让我
Let me explain why I was late.
让我解释迟到的理由。
19,Let's me让咱们……吧!
Let's me have a beer or something.
咱们喝点啤酒什么的。
20,Where is……?……在哪里?
Where is your office?
你们的办公室在哪里?
21,What is……?……是什么?
What is your plan?
你的计划是什么?
22,When is……?什么时候……?
When is the store closing?
这家商店什么时候结束营业?
23,Would you care to……?你要不要……?
Would you care to sit dowm for a while?
你要不要坐一会儿呢?
24,Are you sure……?你肯定……吗?
Are you sure you can come by at nine?
你肯定你九点能来吗?
25,Am I allowed to……?我可以……吗?
Am I allowed to stay out past 10?
我可以十点过后再回家吗?
26,be scheduled to……排定时间或日期
The meeting was scheduled for two hours,but it is not over yet.
会议原定了两个小时,不过到现在还没有结束。
27,birthday is ……生日是在……
Tom's birthday is this week.
汤姆的生日就在这个星期。
28,Can you……?能请你……吗?
Can you cover for me on Friday?
星期五能不能请你替我个班?
29,Could you……能否请你……
Could you do me a big favor?
能否请你帮我个忙?
30,crazy about对……很着迷
He is crazy about Crazy English.
他对疯狂英语很着迷。
31,Can you imagine……?你能想象……吗?
Can you imagine how much he paid for that car?
你能想象他那部车付了多少钱吗?
32,Can you believe……?你相信……吗?
Can you believe that I bought a TV for $25?
你相信我用25美元买了一台电视吗?
33,Did you kown……?你知道……吗?
Did you known he was having an affair?
你知道他有外遇了吗?
34,Did you hear about……?你听说……了吗?
Did you hear about the new project?
你听说那个新项目了吗?
35,Do you realize……?你知道……吗?
Do you realize that all of these shirts are half off?
你知道这些衬衫都卖半价吗?
36,Do you mind if I……?你介意……吗?
Do you mind if I take tomorrow off?
你介意我明天请假吗?
37,enioy……很喜欢……
I enjoy working with you very much.
我很喜欢和你一起工作。
38,ended up……最终是……
Did you known that Store ended up marrying his secretary?
你知道吗?石头最终和他的秘书结婚了。
39,get together……聚在一起……
Let's get together for lunch.
让我们聚在一起吃顿午餐吧。
40,getting……for……获得……以作为……
I'm getting a new conputer for birthday present.
我得到一台新电脑,作为我的生日礼物。
41,How did you do on……?你……的表现如何?
How did you do on your test?
你这次考试的结果如何?
42,Do you think……?你认为……?
Do you think you can come?
你认为你能来吗?
43,How was……?……还好吧?
How was your weekend?
你周末过得怎么样?
44,Here……在这里,这是……
Here is my card.
这是我的名片。
45,be used to……习惯于……
He is used to eating out all the time.
他已经习惯了在外面吃饭。
46,Have you ever……?你有没有……?
Have you ever driven a BMW?
你有没有开过“宝马”?
47,How about……?……怎么样?
How about if we go tomorrow instead?
我们改成明天怎么样?
48,How do you like……?你喜欢……吗?
How do you like Hong Kong?
你喜欢香港吗?
49,How do you want……?你要怎么样的……?
How do you want your steak?
你的牛排要几分熟?
50,How did……do……?如何做到……?
How did Mary make all of her money?
玛丽所有的钱是怎么赚到的?
发泄的句子
1,Stop picking on me and get off my back.
Man!I've had it.
别再对我进行挑刺,别再找我麻烦了,我受够了。

2,Get off my back,will ya?
I'll do it when I have time.
别罗唆了,好不好?我有时间就去做。

3,Get your crap off my bad!
请你把那些乱七八糟的东西从我床上搬走。

伟大的句子:
1,Laughter has no foreign accent.
笑声没有外国口音。
2,Such men are the backbone of the country.
这样的人是国家的栋梁。
3,Selfishness and unhappiness often go hand in hand.
自私的人通常无幸福可言。
4,He who laughs last laughs best.
谁笑到最后,谁就笑得最好。

集中训练:
1,The manager was hired at a handsome salary.
这个经理被高薪聘用。
2,Who must take action before it is too late.
我们必须及早采取行动。
3,Actions are more important than works.
行动胜似语言。
4,That man is always handing out unwanted advice.
那个人总是给别人说没有用的建议。
5,We handed in our exams at the last minute of the class.
在下课的最后时刻,我们交了考试卷。
6,The two brothers worked hand in hand.
两兄弟携手合作。
7,The family went to the graduation at Stanford.
全家人去斯坦福大学参加了毕业典礼。
8,I ran as fast as I could.
我跑得不能再快了。
9,We had to act fast.
我们不得不尽快行动。
10,It happended in the past.
它发生在过去。
11,Don't miss your last chance.
不要错过最后的机会。
12,It is absolutely impossible to sure AIDS.
要治愈艾滋病是绝对不可能的。
13,We will have a fat chance to win the game on Saturday.
我们几乎没有可能赢得星期六的比赛。
14,Casual dress is becoming more and more fashionable.
休闲服装变得越来越流行了。
15,The match won't catch.
这火柴檫不着。
16,The dog went after a rabbit but didn't catch it.
狗追兔子,但没有逮住兔子。
17,The mad dog ran past Dan.
那疯狗从丹身边跑过。
18,Alice dashed to the back of the shack to stashthe bag.
爱丽斯跑到小木屋后面把包藏起来。
19,Stan took a rabbit form his magic hat.
斯坦从他的魔术帽里把兔子那出来。
20,A:d\*amn it.
混蛋。
B:Watch your mouth!
嘴巴放干净一点。
A:I learned that bad habit form you.'
You should have watched you mouth first.
这个坏习惯是你传给我的,你要先注意自己
李阳十大焦点英语学习法!(英语学习者必看)
“疯狂”代表着人类超越自我的精神,代表着对理想的执着追求,代表着对事业忘我的全 情投入,代表着不达目的誓不罢休的激情。人一旦有了这种疯狂,做任何事情都可以成功 。何况攻克英语! 第一焦点:句子就是一切!句子就是财富! 克立兹提倡的英语学习单位是句子,句子简单明确,容易掌握,并马上可以用于交流!感觉棒极了!味道好极了! 可悲的现实:从初中学英语到现在,辛辛苦苦学习了上百课精读,但结局如何?大家心里最清楚:学精读、分析课文的时候清清楚楚,充满成就感,好象是学到了很多知识、很多单词、很多语法、很多"语言点",但在实际应用的时候却模模糊糊,似是而非,几乎说不出几个正确的句子!几乎全部还给了课本! 强烈的呼吁:学习精读的时候,一定要把课文中实用的句子总结出来,并脱口而出!这才是真正的学习语言! 冲天的信心:学习英语没有什么了不起!你的征服对象不过是一句话,最多也就是一、两条语法,十来个单词!任何人都可以学好英语! 疯狂的成就:从小学四年级开始学英文,如果每天脱口而出五句话,到上初中时,就已经可以脱口而出五千五百多句话,举一反三就可以拥有近两万个实用句子,两万笔英语财富,早已达成自由交流的境界!一个初一学生的英语能力将远远超过一个大学生,因为绝大多数苦读十年的人只会说:My English is poor!
1、 A: How are you doing?(最地道的打招呼用语)B:I'm doing great.
2、 I hope you're enjoying your stay here.
3、 You have my word.(向你保证)
4、 I think exactly the same way.
5、 Tell me all about your troubles.
6、 It is never too late to learn.
7、 Nothing down, nothing up.
8、 To get ahead(出人头地)you'll have to work long hours and take short vacations.
(多流汗,少享受)
9、 No sweet without sweat.
10、 He who makes no mistakes, makes nothing(不犯错,将一事无成)
11、 I've heard so much about you(久仰大名!)
12、 He's been out of a job for months.(他已经失业好几个月了。)
13、 Would you care for a cup of coffee?(要不要来杯咖啡?)
14、 My intentions were good.(我是好意的。)(美国电影常用)
15、 Would you mind if I took a day off?(我请一天假可以吗?)
16、 There were 15 votes in favor of my suggestion, and 23 against.
(十五票赞成,二十三票反对。)(超级实用精品句)
17、 It was not as good as I had expected. (那不如我想象的好)
再来一个漂亮的六星级句子(比最高星级酒店还高级)
18、 You'd have more chance of catching the train if you took a bus to the station instead of walking.(如果你不是步行而是乘公共汽车的话,那你就比较有可能赶上火车)…...

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