第81題 Tell me about one of your hopes. 說說你其中的一個願望。
第82題 You are waiting for a friend and they are late. They finally arrive and say they are sorry. How do you respond? 當朋友遲到了也對你說抱歉了，你的回應是什麼？
第83題 Are you scared of any sort of bugs? 你害怕什麼蟲蟲嗎？
第84題 What do you do when you feel sad? 當你難過時你會做什麼？
第85題 How many times do you brush your teeth in a day? 你一天刷幾次牙？
第86題 Who is your best friend? Why? 誰是你最要好的朋友？為什麼？
第87題 You meet your friend's friend for the first time. Her name is Connie. What would you say to her?
第88題 If you needed assistance from someone, how would you ask them for help?
第89題 Can you cook anything? If so, what can you make?
第90題 While you are watching a movie, your father asks you to go to the store for him. What would you do?
1. One day, I hope to visit Australia. I have always wanted to go there. It's the most beautiful country in the world.
Australia (n.) 澳大利亞
country (n.) 國家
2. One of my hopes is to go on a cruise ship. I think that would be an amazing experience.
cruise ship (ph.) 遊艇
amazing (adj.) 令人吃驚的;很棒的
experience (n.) 經驗
3. I have always dreamt of flying an airplane. Not as a job, but just for fun. That would be so cool.
fly (v.) 駕駛(飛機)
airplane (n.) 飛機
4. My hope is to get accepted into Harvard so that I can study abroad. That would be a dream come true.
accept (v.) 接受
Harvard (n.) 哈佛大學
abroad (adv.) 到國外
dream come true (ph.) 夢想成真
5. My only hope is that I live a long and happy life. Happiness is the most important thing to me.
happiness (n.) 快樂
important (adj.) 重要的
1. Don't worry about it. We have all be late before. I don't mind waiting.
2. Not apology necessary. It's not that important. Like they say: "Better late than never."
- necessary 需要
- important 重要的
3. It would have been nice if you had called. I was worried sick about you.
4. I forgive you this time, but don't let it happen again. I've got better things to do than wait around.
5. It's alright. I'm just glad you made it. I thought you weren't going to show up for a minute.
1. I'm very scared of bees. They can sting you. I run away whenever I see one.
- scared (adj.) 害怕的
- sting (v.) 螫
2. No, I'm not afraid of any bugs. In fact, I am very curious about them. I often read books about insects.
- afraid (adj.) 害怕的
- bug (n.) 蟲子
- curious (adj.) 好奇的
- insect (n.) 昆蟲
3. Yes, I’m terrified of spiders, especially, big, hairy ones. They are so creepy.
- spider (n.) 蜘蛛
- especially (adv.) 特別
- hairy (adj.) 毛茸茸的
- creepy (adj.) 令人毛骨悚然的
4. I'm scared of any insects that bite or sting. But I don't mind some, like butterflies and ladybugs.
- bite (v.) 咬
- mind (v.) 介意
- butterfly (n.) 蝴蝶
- ladybug (n.) 瓢蟲
5. I am scared of cockroaches. They are dirty and disgusting. They make me sick.
- cockroach (n.) 蟑螂
- disgusting (adj.) 令人噁心的
1. When I feel sad, I often eat a lot of junk food. It makes me feel a little better for a while.
- sad (adj.) 悲哀的
- junk (n.) 垃圾
- junk food (ph.) 垃圾食物
2. I usually watch cartoons on TV when I feel sad. Funny cartoons usually cheer me up.
- cartoon (n.) 卡通
- cheer up (ph.) 使高興起來
3. I talk to my mother when I feel sad or upset. She always has some good advice to help me with my troubles.
- upset (adj.) 心煩的
- advice (n.)建議
- trouble (n.) 麻煩的事情; 憂慮
4. I don't do anything. Sometimes I just lie in bed and hope that it goes away.
- go away (ph.) 離開
5. I usually play basketball with my friends or exercise. That always does the trick.
- exercise (n.) 運動
- do the trick (ph.) 起作用
1. I usually brush my teeth 3 times a day: once after breakfast, once after lunch and once just before I go to bed.
2. I only brush my teeth twice a day. I do it in the morning before I go to school and again before I go to bed.
3. I brush my teeth about 4 or 5 times a day. I don't want to get cavities, so I brush them a lot.
4. Most days, I brush my teeth about 4 times. I brush them after every meal and once before I go to sleep at night.
5. I brush my teeth several times a day. I hope that I never have to go to a dentist. I am scared of them.
1. Linda is my best friend. She's my classmate. I like her because she is easygoing.
classmate (n.) 同班同學
easygoing (adj.) 個性隨和的
2. My best friend is my neighbor, Tom. We have many things in common. We both like basketball, computer games, and riding our bikes.
- in common (ph.) 共同
3. That would be Joyce because she is a good listener. I trust her, too. I tell her all of my secrets.
- listener (n.) 傾聽者
- trust (v.) 信任
- secret (n.) 秘密
4. I would say that Carl is my best friend. I like him because he is generous. He shares everything with me.
- generous (adj.) 慷慨的
- share (v.) 分享
5. Sunny is definitely the best friend anyone could have. She is such a loving and gentle person. She never gets angry about anything.
- definitely (adv.) 肯定地
- loving (adj.) 關愛的
- gentle (adj.) 溫和的
- angry (adj.) 生氣的
1. I would say, "Pleased to meet you, Connie. My name is Tom. Where do you go to school?"
2. I would perhaps say, "It's a pleasure to meet you Connie. I've heard so much about you."
3. I'd say, "How do you do, Connie? I'm Bob. I am pleased to make your acquaintance."
4. I would probably say, "We meet at last. I've heard a lot of good things about you."
5. I'd simply say, "It's nice to meet you, Connie. My name is Mort."
1. I hate to be a bother, but do you have a second to give me a hand.
2. Would you mind helping me out with this? It will only take a minute.
3. Can you do me a favor? I need help with something and I can't do it by myself.
4. Can I borrow you for a moment? It shouldn't take too long.
5. Excuse me, but I need some assistance. Would it be a bother for a little help?
1. No, I can't cook anything. No one has ever taught me. I can't even cut an apple without help.
2. Yes, I can cook a few things. I can make noodles, fried rice and salad. It's easy.
3. Not me. My grandmother does all the cooking at our house. I've never had to learn.
4. I am an excellent cook. I make the best spaghetti. Everyone loves it. I also make a delicious chocolate cake.
5. Not really. Unless you count making instant noodles. I can do that.
1. I would ask him if it could wait until the movie was over. But if it was REALLY important, I'd go right away.
2. I'd ask, "Do I have to do it right now or can it wait. The movie is almost over."
3. I would say, "Can't you get someone else to do it? I am busy watching a movie?"
4. I would beg and say, "Please, can I finish watching this first. I promise that I'll do it as soon as it's over."
5. I would probably just do it. My father never takes "no" for an answer. There is no sense in arguing with him.