Unit 14 Lesson 1
fer·ry / ; /noun (plural ferries) C
1. a boat that carries people or goods across a river or a narrow area of water渡船，摆渡（船）
It wasn’t mind. | 没关系。
You’ll be out of here in a coulpe of weeks. | 你会在几周内离开这里。
First tell me who was at the airport.
How long are you staying with us?
Aren’t you hot? | 你不热么？
No, I guess not. | 不，我想没有。
–Have a very pleasant stay in Beijing. | 祝你们在北京过得愉快。
–I’m sure I will.
Did you look anywhere else?
They didn’t tell me why you here.
Did you hear that?
Where did you look for him. | 你去哪里找他的。
-Then what did you do ?
-I didn’t do anything, really.
Did you eat a big breakfast?
Why are you driving so slowly?
Take it easy, will you? | 别紧张好吗？
Will you please tell me what’s going on? | 你能告诉我发生了什么事吗？
Why doesn’t the first taxi driver take Baoling?
Can’t you take me all the way there? | 你不能把我带到那里么？
-I’ll take you there for two fifty. | 要250(美元)我就带你去。
–Can you take me there for $30?
–I’ll give you fifty, no more.
–You are joking. It will be fifty just to the ferry. | 你是在开玩笑。到渡口就要五十(美元)。
No can do. | 无能为力(没办法)。
It’s $20 or nothing. | 要么20美元，要么算了。
I made an appointment yesterday. | 我昨天预约了。
I went out to get a cab.
I didn’t understand what the first driver said.
He didn’t want to take me there.
-Is it ture that you all ride bicycles in China?
-Before we did, but not now. | 以前是，但现在不是。
-You know, things change. | 你知道，世事变迁。
–On the map it looks very near. | 从地图上看，它很近。
–I mean it’s a long way by road.
-You can’t take cars on the ferry. | 你不能在轮渡上开车。
I mean it’s a long way by road. | 我的意思是，路程很远。
You have to go right through Brooklyn. | 你必须穿过布鲁克林。
Get a cab to the ferry, and then take the ferry as a foot passager. |
–How lont will it to get there? | 到那里要多长时间？
–About an hour all together. | 总共大约一个小时。
I’m getting off there. | 我在那里下车(船)
Unit 14 Lesson 2
1. someone who is attractive is good looking, especially in a way that makes you sexually interested in them有吸引力的，有魅力的:
2. pleasant to look at好看的，漂亮的，美观的:3. having qualities that make you want to accept something or be involved in it有吸引力的，引人入胜的:
英 /blɒnd/ 美 /blɑːnd/ adjective
1. blonde hair is pale or yellow in colour〔头发〕浅色的，金色的
2. a woman who is blonde has pale or yellow hair〔女子〕有浅色头发的，
fig·ure 英 /ˈfɪɡə(r)/
美 /ˈfɪɡjər/ noun C
1. NUMBER 数字
a. usually plurala number representing an amount, especially an official number〔尤指官方公布的〕数字:4. WOMAN’S BODY 女性的身体, the shape of a woman’s body〔女性的〕体形，身材，身段: 11. a fine figure of a man / woman someone who is tall and has a good body身材好的男子/女子
pants / pAnts ; pAnts /noun pl.
1. especially AmEa piece of clothing that covers you from your waist to your feet and has a separate part for each leg（长）裤子;SYNtrousers BrE: 2. BrEa piece of underwear that covers the area between your waist and the top of your legs短内裤;SYNunderpants AmE;
lone / ; /adjective only before noun
1. used to talk about the only person or thing in a place, or the only person or thing that does something孤零零的; 单独的，独自的;SYNsolitary
el·der / ; /adjective especially BrE
1. the elder of two people, especially brothers and sisters, is the one who was born first〔两人中〕年龄大的〔尤指哥哥和姐姐〕:
brand noun C
1. a type of product made by a particular company, that has a particular name or design品牌，牌子;
rat / ; /noun C
1. an animal that looks like a large mouse with a long tail大老鼠
2. spokensomeone who has been disloyal to you or deceived you卑鄙小人，骗子:
How tall is your pefect lover? | 你的完美恋人有多高?
How tall is your husband?
-How tall are you?
–I’m under one meter 60.
Over one meter eighty? Under one meter sixty?
I don’t like shot women.
I am a tall, attrative girl with a great figure. | 我是一个身材高大，很有魅力的女孩。
–What’s he like? | 他长得怎么样？
–He’s quite attractive.
-What’s Miss Park like?
-She’s tall and blonde. | 她很高，金发。
What color is Patrik’s hair? |
She has a great figure. | 她身材很好。
–What are you like without your glasses, John? | 约翰，你不戴眼镜是什么样子？
–Can I take them off? | 我可以把它们摘下来吗？
-You are quite attactive without your glasses.
Where did you get that coat? | 你从哪儿弄(买)到那件外套的？
I can’t take off my pants here in front of all these people. | 我不能在这么多人面前脱裤子。
I need to put on some warm clothes. | 我需要穿些暖和的衣服。
Thess jeans are very small. I can’t put them on. | 这些牛仔裤很小，我不能穿上它们。
I want to marry you. Please put on this diamond ring.
I don’t want to take the dress off. | 我不想脱掉衣服。
I can’t read with these glasses. I need to take them off.
You need to take off that unattractive shirt. | 你得把那件难看得衬衫脱掉。
Put on this coat, these pants, this shirt, and these shoes. | 注意单复数的用法。
What size are these shoes? | 这双鞋是什么尺码的?
What size are you? | 你穿多大号的？
–Are you sad and lonely, without love? | 你难过又寂寞，没有爱么？
-You don’t need to be lonely anymore. | 你不必再孤独。
Just log on to Interlove, and we’ll find you perfect lover. | 只需要登陆Interlove,我们就会为您找到完美的爱人。
You sure do. | 你当然要这么做。
Did you ask for a tall,sexy woman? | 你是否要求过一个高个子，性感的女人？
I’m ok. I don’t need a hospital.
It’s ok to be alone, you don’t need a girlfriend.
I’m sorry, but my English isn’t very good.
I’m sorry, I didn’t understand your question.
It’s difficult to say it in English.
Can you say it again, more slowly?
What does Marci know about Baoling’s company. | Marci 对 Baoling的公司了解多少？
It’s my company. I started it. | 这是我的公司，我创办了它。
So you know about the company, then. | 这样你就知道公司的情况了。
I saw something about you in the magazine. | 我在杂志上看到了关于你的一些事。
I saw some of you stuff in the magazine.
Did you set up the company yourself, or did you buy it from/take it over someone else. | 你是自己创立的公司还是从别人那里买的？
It was all my idea. | 这都是我的注意。
My idea was to make beautiful clothes for older women.
I went to a store near my hotel, and they had dresses at eight or nine hundred(dollars).
Why don’t you thinks aobut it? | 你为什么不考虑下呢？
I thought about it. | 我想了一下。
I heard the name before. | 我以前听说过这个名字。
I think I can sell it, if the price is right. | 如果价格合适，我想我可以销售(卖)它。
What’s your price? | 你的价格是多少？
How many do you want to order?
You can have them for a hundred dollars.
So what price do you think you can get? | 你认为你能得到什么价格？/你认为你能卖到什么价格？
What price do you think you can get for these shoes? | 你认为这些鞋可以卖多少钱？
No more than that, for sure. | 仅此而已
-What about 200 shirts for $30 each? | 200件衬衫(每件30美元)如何？
-There’s no way I can pay that. | 我没有办法支付。
I think I’ll give you 50 shirts at $20 each. | 我想我能给你50件衬衫每件20美元。
I got this shirt in London.
Where did you get that magazine?
Unit14 Lesson 3
fash·ion / ; /noun
1. sing., Usomething that is popular or thought to be good at a particular time风行一时的事物，时尚:
some·where / ; /adverb
1. in or to a place, but you do not say or know exactly where在某处; 到某处:
ac·cent / ; /noun C
1. the way someone pronounces the words of a language, showing which country or which part of a country they come from口音，腔调;
cer·tif·i·cate / ; /noun C
1. an official document that states that a fact or facts are true证明书，证书:
Is Heidi more beautiful than me? Is she more interesting than me ?
It’s more expensive than the brown coat.
I am more mature than I was before.
What will you say if you see her again?
What will you do if he comes back?
If I see her again, I’ll tell her to go away.
What will you do if you go back to Beijing?
If he goes back to Beijing, he will take a English exam.
Where will you go if you have a date? | 如果有约会，你会去哪里？
If I have a date, I will go somewhere special.
What will you make if you cook dinner?
If I cook dinner, I will make dumplings.
I came back a coulp of days ago. | 几天前我回来了。
I wanted to be back with my friends.
I cried every day I was away. | 我离开时每天都在哭。
Sorry, I fogot the name. | 对不起，我忘了名字了。
I loved him because he was a bad, bad man. | 我爱他，因为他是个坏家伙。
He broke my heart.
My heart is broken.
I broke my phone.
You look at me all the time.
I didn’t go to the restaurant because I forgot the address.
I’m fed up with you.
My parents are a bit old fashioned.
I left him in Rome. | 我把他留在了罗马。
-What will you do if he comes back?
-If he comes back, I’ll say this to him.
-So you came back, you rat? | 你回来了？你这个卑鄙小人。
Aren’t you going to say hello to Mary? She will be very angry if you don’t. | 你不打算向Mary问好么？
Give him hell. | 让他去见鬼(下地狱).
I went out with him for years. | 参见 “My knee went out.”
I just went out with her, that’s all.
It was a long long time ago.
Over a month ago now.
Because you are nothing without me! You belong to me.
I’ll break you into little pieces. | 我要把你撕成碎片。
Tell me what you think. | 告诉我你的想法。
-I’m sure you’ll pass the exam.
-Yes, I hope so.
I am afraid I can’t remember the name.
-How much do the tickits cost?
-They don’t cost anything. I have free tickits.
-Will that do? | 可以吗？
-Yes, that will do. | 是的，那样可以。
Anyway, let’s forget about it. | 不管怎样，让我们忘掉它吧。
What time does it start? | 什么时候开始?
I am sure it’s going to be very good.
Maybe, what’s on? | 可能吧，怎么了？
Yes, but what play, who is it by? | 什么演出？是谁的演出呢？
I’m sure you’ll look beautiful tonight.
I’m not coming to your party.
He isn’t spending the evening with us.
Don’t worry, that won’t be a problem.
I called you, but you weren’t home.
I’m afraind I foget your name.
You speek Chinese with Amrican accent.