Unit 15 Lesson 1
bas·tard / ; /noun C
1. tabooa very offensive word for someone, especially a man, who you think is unpleasant. Do not use this word.浑蛋，杂种，臭小子:
di·vorce / ; /noun
1. C,Uthe legal ending of a marriage离婚;
calm / ; /adjective
1. relaxed and quiet, not angry, nervous, or upset镇静的，沉着的; 心平气和的:
calm verbalso calm down verb I,T
1. to become quiet and relaxed after you have been angry, excited, nervous, or upset, or to make someone become quiet and relaxed（使）平静（下来），（使）镇定:
You said you loved me.
You heard what I said.
I just had a business lunch with her, that all.
You just married me to get a job. |
You know how much I need you.
I don’t want see you anymore.
What are you talking about
-You don’t love me and you never loved me.
-That’s not true.
She’s much better than me.
I want a divorce, and I never want to see you again. | 我想离婚，我再也不想见到你。
You only marred me because my father’s the CEO of the airline.
Why don’t we have vacation and start over? | 我们何不休假，重新开始呢？
You don’t know what the word means.
Why do I always go out with bastards like him? | 为什么我总是和他这样的混蛋约会？
Why can’t I find a man who respects me?
I need a woman who respects me.
Get out of my way! | 滚开。
Why do you want to be with a man like that?
I am no good to you or to anybody.
-I’m sorry about your divorce.
-That’s Ok. It happens.
What do you say? | 你有何意见?
–See this dress here: what’s your best price? | 看看这条裙子，你的最低价是多少？
–You can have them for eighty dollars.
-That’s a bit high I am afraid. We have to draw it low, and then we can go higher. | 恐怕有点高了。我们必须将其拉低，然后才能升高。
-I’m looking at thirty-forty, no more. | 我估计30-40,不会再多了。
-I need to think about it. | 我需要考虑一下。
-Sure you do. | 当然可以。
I am talking to someone else too, a big store. | 我也在和别人谈，一家大商店。
We have to talk about a low price.
-Here is my brochure. We make men’s shirts.
-These look very good. Let’s talk about money.
-OK. You can have 100 shirts for $25 each.
-Oh, I’m afraid that’s a bit too high.
-Everyone knows my brand. They’re great shirts.
-That’s true, but I’m looking at ten to fifteen dollars each, no more.
-If you take 500, you can have them for twenty dollars.
-Well, let me think about it.
-OK, you have my business card. Call me anytime.
Stay away from me! | 离我远点儿！
Get this man out of my room, will you? | 把这个人赶出我的房间，好吗？
I want you out of my office. /I want you to go out of my office. | 比较两个句子，但不能说“I want you go out of my office”
How can I possibly call him? | 我怎么可能给他打电话？
Let me tell you what happened.
-Would you like to drink?
-Just water would be fine.
Are you having a good time in BeiJing?
I have a Chinese name when I was in China.
-So long, then. | 再会
Unit 15 Lesson 2
drug / ; /noun C
1. an illegal substance such as marijuana or cocaine , which some people take in order to feel happy, relaxed, or excited毒品
2. a medicine, or a substance for making medicines药物，药材:
ki·lo noun (plural kilos) C
1. a kilogram千克，公斤
kil·o·gram noun C also kilogramme BrE
1. (written abbreviation: kg) a unit for measuring weight, equal to 1000 grams千克，公斤〔重量单位，等于 1000 克〕
worse / ; /adjective
1. the comparative of bad badmore unpleasant, bad, or severe更坏的; 更糟的; 更差的;
at first 起先，首先;最初
service charge 服务费
men·tion / ; /verb T
1. to talk or write about something or someone, usually quickly and without saying very much or giving details提到，说起，谈到:2. don’t mention it spokenused to say politely that there is no need for someone to thank you for helping them不用谢:3. not to mention sth used to introduce an additional thing that makes a situation even more difficult, surprising, interesting etc更不用说某事物了:
in·struc·tor noun C
1. someone who teaches a sport or practical skill〔体育运动或技艺的〕指导员，教练，导师:
fee / f i ; f i: /noun C
1. an amount of money that you pay to do something or that you pay to a professional person for their work〔付给专业人员的〕工作酬金，服务费:
club noun C
1. FOR AN ACTIVITY OR SPORT 活动或体育的 a. [also + plural verb BrE] an organization for people who share a particular interest or enjoy similar activities, or a group of people who meet together to do something they are interested in俱乐部:
7. WEAPON 武器, a thick heavy stick used to hit people大头棒，棍棒
You have to hold the club like this, and move it like this. | 你必须像这样拿着球棒，像这样移动它。
Keep going. | 继续
This dress is expensive. I need to find a cheaper one.
Your club is very low. Hold it higher.
Our teacher is good.But the teacher we had before was better.
I’m cold.I’d like to be a little warmer.
That cake is so large! I want a smaller one.
I like the subway, but let’s get a cab. It’s quicker.
Put some sugar in your tea. It’ll be sweeter.
You’re very short. I asked for a taller man.
I don’t usually talk so much. | 我通常不怎么说话。
He offten plays much better than that.
She’s not always so unhappy.
Mark never cooks like this.
You‘re not usually so late to class.
My friends don’t usually litsen to Rock music.
Oh, I usually dance better than this.
I don’t often eat in retaurants.
We never travel by bus.
Do you often buy new programs?
So, have you played golf before? | 你以前打过高尔夫球吗？
It’s so long since I last play. | 我上一次打已经很久以前了。(我好久没打了。)
You have to hold it higher than that. | 你必须把它举得更高。
Let me show you. This is the best way to learn. | 让我给你演示，这是最好的学习方法。
So you take the club up like this,
then you bring it down like this. | 你把球杆像这样拿起来，然后把它这样放下。
Now let’s see get it into the hole. | 现在让我们看看把它打进洞里。
I got what I wanted, didn’t I? | 我得到了我想要的，不是么？
I must know where your husband went. Do you know where he went?
I don’t know you very well, but I’d like to help you. | 我不太了解你，但我愿意帮助你。
Would you like to have dinner with me sometime?
I got you some wine. | 我给你拿了点酒。(见面的时候拿出来给人看看说)
Dinner will be ready soon.
Are you warm enough? Shall I turn on the heater? | 你够暖和吗？我把暖气打开好吗？
I’ll put some wine, then. | 那我倒点酒。
You won’t hurt him, will you?
will you please let me pass.
People eat worse things than this. | 人们吃的东西比这更糟。
I am sorry, I didn’t mean that. | 对不起，我不是那个意思。
I booked a golf lesson.
The fee for the lesson is $150, plus $80 to enter the club, plus $125 service charge, that’s $355 in all. | 这门课费用150美元，加上80美元的入会费，再加125美元服务费，总共是355美元。
-Are you paying by card? | 您是刷卡吗？
-No, by cash.
He’s interested in ordering a much large number. | 他有兴趣订购大量产品。
Unit 15 Lesson 3
re·sign / ; /verb I,T
1. to officially announce that you have decided to leave your job or an organization辞（职），放弃（工作或职位）;
2. JOB 工作, Tto force someone to leave their job开除，解雇;SYNsack BrE
at·tend·ant / ; /noun C
1. someone whose job is to look after or help customers in a public place服务员:
2. someone who looks after a very important person, for example a king or queen侍从，随从
bil·lion / ; /number (plural billion or billions) 1. the number1,000,000,000 十亿:
The pay is a thousand bucks a month.
The xxx work are from eight in the morning to six in the evening, six days a week.And if you get here late, I’ll fire you.
How much does the job pay?
It’s only six bucks a hour.
How many hours will I work a day?
He is going to fire you. I must ask you to resign.
Do you know what the pay is?
The pay is %500 a week.
The hours are from nine in the morning to six in the evening. | 时间是早上9点到晚上6点。
When did you start working here?
If you get here late, I’ll fire you.
I have some bad news for you.
You are in real trouble this time.
Will you show him out, please. | 请你带他出去好吗？
Send him in immediately. | 立即带他进来。
Well,it’s better than nothing. | 总比什么都没有强。
How do you spell that.
Do you want me to spell my name?
You have no idea about business. | 你对生意一窍不通。
You only give us trouble and problems.
They get the contract, thanks to you. | 他们得到了(那份)合同，拜你所赐。
We got the contract, thanks to you.
This is the full you started working with us, and this after you started. | 这是你开始和我们一起工作时的全部，而这是你开始(工作之)后的。
Do you know how many people there are in China? One point three billion of them. | 注意这个宾语从句和单独问”How many people are there in China”是不同的。
When did you start working with us?
First the car didn’t start, and the the bus was late.
But I don’t mean to. | 但我不是故意的。
John went out an hour ago.
Your customer left us for another company. | 你的客户离开我们去了另一家公司。
This isn’t going to take long. | 这不会花很长时间。
And that’s not all, either. | 这还不是全部。
I told you so. | 我已经告诉过你了。
This meeting isn’t going to take long. | 这次会议不会开很久。
Ok, this isn’t going to take long.
I’ll do anything for you.
Why not let me clean the bathroom.
Why don’t I tidy the apartment.
Why not let me pay for dinner?
Let me drive you to the bus station. | 让我开车送你去汽车站。
Let me type the letter for you.
Can I get you a drink?
I want something less expensive. | 我想要便宜一点的。
Spell that. | 拼一下。
My family started this company twenty years ago.
I never said that. | 我从未那么说过。
You heard what I said. Get out of here. | 你听到我说的话了。滚出去。