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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。

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?
13.Can I help?
14.Can I take a message?
15.Can I take a rain check?
16.Can I take your order?
17.Can you give me a wake-up call?
18.Can you give me some feedback?
19.Can you make it?
20.Can I have a word with you?
21.Cath me later.
22.Cheer up!
23.Come in and make yourself at home.
24.Could I have the bill,please?
25.Could you drop me off at the airport?
26.Could you speak slower?
27.Could you take a picture for me?
28.Did you enjoy your flight?
29.Did you have a good day today?…...

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