第91題 Do you have cable TV at home?

第92題 Who do you look up to?

第93題 How do you improve your English conversation skills?

第94題 You get home one night and realize you are locked out. You don't have your keys and no one is home. What would you do?

第95題 If your friend failed an important test, what would you say to make him or her feel better?

第96題 If your friends came to see you at home, what would you say to make them feel relaxed?

第97題 How can we become healthier?

第98題 You see an old friend that you haven't seen for many years. What do you say to him?

第99題 What would you say to introduce a good friend to your father?

第100題 When you give someone a present, what should you say to them?

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1. 仔細聆聽題目。

2. 試著自己回答。

3. 參考提供的五種回答方式。

網站所提供的回答都是特聘具多年教學道地外籍老師編輯錄製。

No. 91

五種回答方式:

1. Yes, we have cable TV at home. It's nice because there are lots of channels to choose from.

是的,我家有有線電視。有線電視很好因為上面有很多頻道可以選擇。

  • cable(n.)電纜
  • channel(n.)頻道

2. No, we don't have cable TV. My father is too cheap to get it. He says that it's a waste of money.

不,我們沒有有線電視。對我爸來說太貴了。他說那是浪費錢。

3. Of course. Doesn't everyone? I couldn't live without cable TV. What would I watch?

當然。不是每個人都有嗎?沒有有線電視我活不下去。我要看什麼?

4. No, we don't. No one at our house has time to watch TV anyway, so what is the point.

不,我們沒有。無論如何,我們家沒人有時間看電視,所以重點是什麼?

  • anyway(adv.)無論如何

5. Yes, we do. Actually, we just had cable TV installed last week. It didn't cost that much.

是的,我們有。事實上,我們上禮拜剛裝好有線電視。它不用花很多錢。

  • install(v.)安裝

No. 92

五種回答方式:

1. I look up to my father. I think he is a good role model for me. I really respect him a lot.

我尊敬我的父親。我想對我而言,他是一個好的角色典範。我真的很尊敬他。

  • look up to (ph.) 尊敬
  • role model (ph.) 模範
  • respect (v.) 尊敬

2. The person that I look up to is my teacher Mr. Brown. He treats me with respect and I really admire that.

我尊敬的人是我的老師Mr. Brown,他對我尊重,我真的很喜歡那種態度。

  • treat (v.) 對待
  • respect (n.) 尊敬
  • admire (v.) 喜歡; 欽佩

3. I really look up to my grandmother. She is the kindest person that I know. She is very supportive of me.

我真的很尊敬我的祖母,她是我認識的人當中最親切的。她非常的支持我。

  • grandmother (n.) 祖母
  • kind (adj.) 親切的; 和藹的
  • supportive (adj.) 支持的

4. I look up to my elder brother. He is the coolest person I know. I want to be just like him.

我尊敬我的哥哥,他是我認識的人當中最酷的,我想要像他一樣。

  • elder (adj.) 年紀較大的

5. I have a lot of respect for my mother. She is a hard-working woman. She works long hours and still manages to take care of me.

我非常尊重我媽媽,她是一個勤勞的女人,她工作的時數很長,但仍然可以照顧我。

  • hard-working (adj.) 勤勉的
  • manage to (ph.) 設法做到
  • take care of (ph.) 照顧

No. 93

五種回答方式:

1. I improve them by practicing every day. My friends and I often speak in English just for practice.

我藉由每天練習來進步。我朋友和我常常用英文說話來練習。

2. I watch English TV problems. I think listening to native speakers is important. The more that I listen, the more I can understand and speak.

我看英文的電視節目。我認為聽母語者說話是重要的。我聽越多,越可以聽懂並說。

3. I go to conversation classes on Saturdays. It has really improved my ability to converse with people in English.

我星期六會去上會話課。那真的增進我跟人們對話的能力。

  • conversation(n.)對話
  • improve(v.)進步

4. I have a private tutor from Canada. She helps me improve my conversation skills. So far, it has helped a lot.

我有一個來自加拿大的私人家教。她幫助我加強我的對話能力。目前為止,有很大的幫助。

  • private (adj.)私人的
  • tutor(n.)家教

5. Practice, practice, practice. That is the only way. If you don't practice speaking, you will never get better.

練習,練習,再練習。這是唯一的方法。如果你不練習說話,你永遠不會更好。

No. 94

五種回答方式:

1. I would call my mom on my cell phone. Then she could come home and let me in.

我會用我的手機打給我媽媽。然後她就會回家並讓我進去。

2. I would go to my neighbors house and ask if I could stay until my parents got home.

我會去鄰居家,並問問看我是否可以待到父母回家。

3. It would never happen. We have a spare key hidden outside just in case.

那絕對不會發生。我們有多的鑰匙藏在外面的盒子裡。

  • spare(adj.)多餘的
  • case(n.)盒子

4. I would sit near the front door and read. Hopefully, I wouldn't have to wait too long.

我會坐在前門閱讀。希望我不用等太久。

5. I would go to my friend's house and wait for my parents. He lives on the same block as me.

我會去我朋友家然後等我父母。他和我住在同一區。

  • block(n.)街段


No. 95

五種回答方式:

1. I'd hug her/him and say, "Don't worry. It's not the end of the world. You'll do better next time.

我會抱他並且說:「不用擔心。這不是世界末日。你下次會更好。」

2. I'd make her/him feel better by saying, "Don't be so hard on yourself. We've all failed a test before. Nobody's perfect."

我會藉由說:「別對自己太嚴苛。我們以前都考試失利過。沒有人是完美的。」來讓他或她感覺好一點。

  • fail(v.)失敗

3. I would say, "Everything will be okay. You'll just have to study harder next time."

我會說:「所有事情都會好的。你只要下次更用功讀書就好了。」

4. I would rub her/his back gently and say, "It's over! There is nothing you can do about it now. Forget about it."

我會輕拍他或她的背並說:「過去了! 你現在也做不了甚麼。忘記它吧。」

  • gently(adj.)輕輕的

5. I might say, "It's okay. We all make mistakes sometimes. All we can do is learn from our mistakes."

我會說:「沒關係。我們都會犯錯。我們能做的就是錯誤中學習。」

  • mistake(n.)錯誤


No. 96

五種回答方式:

1. I would say, "Feel free to make yourselves at home. Can I get you anything to drink?"

我會說:「把這裡當作家裡。要幫你們拿喝的嗎?」

2. I'd probably say, "Go ahead and make yourselves comfortable. You can sit anywhere you want."

我可能會說:「放輕鬆隨意點。你可以坐在任何你想做的地方。」

3. I might say, "Welcome to my home. Grab a seat and I'll get you all a cup of coffee."

我會說:「歡迎來我家。找個位子,我給你們拿咖啡。」

  • grab(v.)抓

4. I'd say, "Hello. There are drinks in the fridge and some cake on the table. Help yourselves."

我會說:「哈囉。冰箱裡有飲料,桌上有一些蛋糕。自己來。」

  • frige(n.)冰箱

5. I would say, "Have a seat and make yourselves at home. What would you like to drink?"

我會說:「請坐,然後當作自己家。你們想喝甚麼?」


No. 97

五種回答方式:

1. We can become healthier by watching what we eat. It is important to stay away from junk food and eat lots of fresh fruits and vegetables.

我們可以藉由注意飲食來變得健康。遠離垃圾食物還有吃很多新鮮食物和蔬菜是重要的。

  • stay away(phr.)遠離
  • junk (n.)垃圾

2. To become healthier, we need to exercise daily. Any exercise is fine. Even walking for 20 or 30 minutes a day will help.

為了更健康,我們需要每天運動。任何運動都可以。甚至每天走20或30分鐘也有幫助。

  • exercise (v.)運動

3. I think sleep is important to becoming healthier. Most people don't get enough sleep. Our bodies need at least 8 hours of sleep per day.

我認為睡覺對於變健康是重要的。大部分的人沒有足夠的睡眠。我們的身體每天至少需要八小時的睡眠。

4. Just follow these simple rules: exercise often, eat healthy foods and drink lots of water. That's all you need to remember.

只要依照這些簡單的規則: 常運動、吃健康的食物,還有喝很多水。你只要記住這些就好。

5. I believe that people need to eat less meat. Red meat is especially bad for you. You can get protein and fats from nuts instead.

我認為人們需要吃少一點肉。紅肉對你特別不好。你反而可以從堅果獲得蛋白質和脂肪。

  • protein (n.)蛋白質
  • nut(n.)堅果
  • instead(adv.)代替

No. 98

五種回答方式:

1. Wow. I haven't seen you forever. Where have you been? What have you been doing?

哇。我一輩子沒見到妳了。你去哪裡了? 你去做甚麼了?

2. Is that you? I can't believe it. It's been so long. How have you been?

是你嗎? 我不敢相信。好久不見。你過得怎樣?

3. Oh my god! It's so good to see you. You look great. What's new with you?

我的天啊! 真高興見到你。你看起來很好。你過得怎樣?

4. Holy cow! Long time no see. Where have you been hiding?

天啊! 好久不見。你之前都躲在哪裡?

5. What a nice surprise. I can't remember the last time we talked. What's been happening?

真是個好驚喜。我都不記得上次我們聊天是哪時候。發生甚麼事?

No. 99

五種回答方式:

1. I would say, "Dad, this is my good friend Bob. He is my classmate. He lives near the park."

我會說:「爸,這是我的好朋友鮑伯。他是我同學。他住在公園附近。

2. I might say, "Hey, Dad. I want you to meet my friend Bob. I think you will like him."

我會說:「嘿,爸。來見見我朋友鮑伯。我覺得你會喜歡他。」

3. I'd say, "Dad, I like to introduce you to Bob. This is Bob. He is a good friend of mine."

我會說:「爸,我要把你叫紹給鮑伯。這次鮑伯。他是我的好朋友。」

  • introduce (v.)介紹

4. I would probably say something like, "Dad, please allow me to introduce you to Bob. We are best friends."

我可能會說:「爸,容我向你介紹鮑伯。我們是好朋友。」

5. I would say, "Dad, I'd like you to meet Bob. He goes to the same school as me. We have some classes together."

我會說:「爸,來見見鮑伯。他和我上同一間學校。我們有些課一起上。」

No. 100

五種回答方式:

1. Here you go. I picked it out just for you. I hope you like it.

給你。我專門挑出來給你的。希望你喜歡。

2. I got this for you in Taipei. I wanted it to be a surprise.

我在台北時買這個給你。我想要把它當作驚喜。

  • surprise(n.)驚喜

3. This is for you. It's just a little something I thought you'd like.

這是給你的。只是一個我想你會喜歡的小東西。

4. Here's a gift for you. But you have to guess what it is first?

這裡有個禮物送給你。但你要先猜猜看這是甚麼。

5. Here's something just for you. Go ahead and open it.

我有個東西給你。拿去然後打開吧。

  • go ahead(phr.)往前