第111題 You are at a friend’s house for a visit. It is time to go. What would you say?
第112題 If your friend’s pet died, what would you say?
第113題 You’re at the checkout counter of a department store. After the clerk finishes totaling up your items, you realize you forgot your wallet. What would you say to the clerk?
第114題 Does taking this test bother you?
第115題 You are at a steak house for dinner. The waiter asks you, “How would you like your steak done?” How do you answer them?
第116題 You run into your friend, Paul at supermarket?. What would you say to him?
第117題 How often do you get your hair cut?
第118題 If you wanted to invite Leo to lunch, what would you say to him?
第119題 Someone is talking to you, but you don’t understand what they said to you. What do you say to them?
第120題 When you give someone a present, what should you say to them?
No. 111 You are at a friend’s house for a visit. It is time to go. What would you say?
1. I’d say, “It was nice talking to you. Let’s get together again soon.”
2. I would say, “Thank you for inviting me over. I’ll see you at school tomorrow.”
3. I’d say, “It’s been fun, but I have to go. We should do this more often.”
4. I would probably say, “I really enjoyed our visit. I’ll talk to you later. Bye.”
5. I might say, “Thank you for everything. You’ll have to come to my house some time.
No. 112 If your friend’s pet died, what would you say?
1. I would give him a big hug and say, “I’m so sorry to hear about your dog. Is there anything I can do to make you feel better?”
2. I’d say, “I heard the bad news. How are you feeling? It must be a tough time for you right now.”
3. A dead pet isn’t a big deal, so I’d say, “Don’t worry. You can always get another one.”
- be no big deal (phr.) 沒有關係，沒什麼大不了
4. I would console him by saying, “You gave Spot a good life. You took good care of him. He was lucky to have you.”
- console (v.)安慰
5. I would say, “I’m deeply sorry to hear about Tiger. He was such a wonderful cat. I’m going to miss him.”
- deeply (adv.)深深地
- wonderful (adj.)美好的
1. Oh my god! I forgot my wallet at home. I’ll have to come back later. My apologies.
- apology (n.)抱歉
2. This is so embarrassing. I don’t have my wallet with me. Can you set this stuff aside and I’ll go get it?
- embarrassing (adj.)令人尷尬
- stuff (n.)東西
3. I am so sorry, but I seem to have left my wallet at home. Do you want me to put this stuff back?
4. Shoot! I didn’t bring my wallet. I think it’s in the car. Please, wait a moment.
5. Well this is awkward. I can’t pay for this stuff. I don’t have my wallet on me. Sorry.
- awkward (adj.)尷尬的
1. Yes. If I don’t pass the test, my parents will be very upset. I hope that I do well.
- upset (adj.)不高興
2. No. I never let exams bother me. I can only do my best. I’ve prepared as much as I can.
3. Yes, it really does. Tests always make me nervous. I don’t like failing at anything.
- nervous (adj.)緊張的
- fail (v.)失敗
4. Yes, it does. I feel like my life depends on it. I even went to a temple this morning to pray.
- depend on (v.)依靠
- temple (n.)廟宇
- pray (v.)祈禱
5. Kind of. But only because my father promised me a new bike if I do well.
- promise (v.)發誓
1. I would say, “Medium-rare please. And could you put some BBQ sauce on it?”
- Medium-rare (adj.)三分熟
- sauce (n.)醬料
2. I would say, “I’d like it well-done. Would you mind cutting off the fat before you cook it?
- well-done (adj.)全熟
3. I would say, “I want my steak rare, thanks. If it’s overcooked, I’ll send it back.”
- rare (adj.)一分熟
- overcooked (adj.)過熟的
4. I might say, “Please make it medium-well. I’d rather it be undercooked slightly.”
- medium-well (ad.)七分熟
- undercooked (adj.)沒煮熟的
- slightly (adv.)輕微地
5. I would say, “Can you do it extra rare please? I like my steak really juicy.”
- extra rare (adj.)兩分熟
1. I would say,'' Hello, Paul. Nice to see you. What have you been up to? You're looking well.''
2. I'd say, '' Hi there. I'm surprise to see you here. How are you?"
- surprised (adj.)驚訝的
3. I might say," Good afternoon, Paul. I haven't to seen you for a long time. What's new?'
4. I would probably say," Good to see you, Paul. It's been so long. How are you doing?"
- probably (adv.)可能
5. I'd say something like, "Paul, wow! It's been a while. I almost didn't recognize you."
- recognize (v.)認識
No. 117 How often do you get your hair cut?
1. I get my hair cut about 3 or 4 times a year. I usually go to a hair salon in Taichung. It is more expensive, but worth it.
- expensive (adj.)昂貴的
2. I only get my hair cut once a year. I like to have long hair, so I don’t need to get it cut very often.
3. I like my hair really short, so I go for a trim every couple of weeks. There’s a barber shop near my house that does it.
- trim (v.)修剪
- couple (n.)雙；對
- barber (n.)理髮師
4. I get a haircut at least every 2 months. I don’t like having the same hairstyle any longer than that.
- same (adj.)一樣的
- hairstyle (n.)髮型
5. I get it cut whenever my bangs get too long; usually, every couple months. I hate having hair in my eyes.
- whenever (adv.)每當
- bangs (n.)瀏海
1. I’d politely ask, “Leo, would you like to join me for lunch? I’m buying.”
2. I’d nicely say, “Do you want to have lunch with me? I’m going to try a new restaurant near here.”
3. I might say, “Hey, Leo. I’m going out for lunch. It would be great if you came along. How about it?”
4. I would likely say, “Are you free this afternoon? I want you to join me for lunch. What do you say?”
5. I’d say, “Leo, if your free, I’d love you to come along with me for lunch.
1. What was that? I don’t understand. Could you repeat that?
- understand (v.)了解
- repeat (v.)重複
2. Excuse me, but could you say that again. I didn’t catch that.
- catch (v.)抓住
3. Could you speak up a bit? I’m having trouble hearing you.
- a bit (adv.)一點
- trouble (n.)麻煩，困難
4. Sorry to interrupt you. I missed that. Could you speak a little slower please?
- interrupt (v.)打斷
- miss (v.)錯過
5. Could you say that again please? I didn’t understand what you said.
No. 102 Give a short introduction of yourself.
1. Hi. Hi. My name is Bob. I am 10 years old and live in Tienwei. I like basketball, baseball and playing online games.
2. I'm Melissa. I study at Tienwei Junior High School. In my free time, I like to read and hang out with my friends.
- junior high school (ph.) 國中
- hang out (ph.) 消磨時間
3. My name is Henry. I'm 11 and in grade 5. I like swimming and hiking. I want to be a
doctor when I grow up.
- grow up (ph.) 長大
4. Hello. My name is Carla. I live in Beido with my family. My hobbies include playing the piano and gardening.
- hobby (n.) 嗜好
- include (v.) 包括
- gardening (n.) 園藝
5. My name is Jason Li. I am an honor student at my school. I spend all my time studying. I want to be an engineer.
- honor student (ph.) 成績優異的學生
- spend (v.) 花費
- engineer (n.) 工程師