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06月 28th, 2021


No Comments, 老友记笔记, by 李志萍.

  顺序是从头到脚。   1. hairline   102.Rachel: Oh, and Mind, you know, if-if everything works out, and you guys end up getting married and having kids and everything, I just hope they have his old hairline and your old nose. hairline [ˈhɛrlaɪn]: the edge of a person's hair, especially at the front 发型轮廓;(尤指前额的)发际线   2. nostril   116.Carol: Oh, what do you know?! No-one's going up to you and saying, 'Hi, is that your nostril? Mind if we push this pot roast through it?!' nostril ['nɑstrəl]: either of the two openings ....Read More

06月 1st, 2021


2 Comments, 摩登家庭笔记, 老友记笔记, by 李志萍.

由于淘宝店被封,想购书的同学请加我微信号:zhipingjie或13651209791   现在有《志萍版老友记英语笔记》 全十季和《志萍版摩登家庭笔记》全十一季。   《志萍版老友记英语笔记》: 第一季上册95元 第一季下册93元 第一季上下册182元 第二季上册67元 第二季下册75元 第二季上下册135元 前两季合拍317元 第三季上册65元 第三季下册65元 第三季上下册122元 前三季合拍437元   第四季上册55元 第四季下册55元 第四季上下册103元 前四季合拍537元   第五季上册59元 第五季下册59元 第五季上下册111元 前五季合拍641元   第六季上册55元 第六季下册63元 第六季上下册111元 前六季合拍750元   第七季上册....Read More

06月 1st, 2021


No Comments, 老友记笔记, by 李志萍.

  在日常生活中,人们经常使用爱称(pet names),来表达一种亲切而友好的态度,使其成为亲人、朋友 或爱人的代称。尤其是情侣之间,总需要一些腻歪歪的昵称表达爱意。     今天我们就来学习一下,英语中这些可以增进感情的爱称。在《志萍版老友记英语笔记》中,我将 它们分成了8类:     1. sweetie/sweetheart/sweetums   (1) sweetie   101.Monica: You okay, sweetie? sweetie [ˈswit̮i]: used to address someone in a way that shows affection (用作称呼语)亲爱的;宝贝   (2) sweetheart   102.Jack Geller:I'm telling you, sweetheart, you're gonna be fin....Read More

05月 24th, 2021


No Comments, 老友记笔记, by 李志萍.

  1. episode   102.Chandler: Oh, I think this is the episode of Three's Company with some kind of misunderstanding. episode [ˈɛpəˌsoʊd]: one part of a story that is broadcast on television or radio in several parts (电视连续剧或无线 电广播小说的)一集   2. flashback   106.[The date that Aurora and Chandler went on in Central Perk was shown in a series of flashbacks.] flashback ['flæʃbæk]: a part of a movie, play, etc. that shows a scene that happened earlier in time than the main story (电影、电视等)闪回镜头,倒叙镜头,插入镜头  ....Read More

04月 14th, 2021


No Comments, 老友记笔记, by 李志萍.

在日常对话中,人们的喜怒哀惧等情绪都需要用感叹词(interjection or exclamation)表达出来。感叹词 是英语口语中最富于表现力的词语之一,用途甚广。学会它,对于提高英语的交际能力,表达复杂的 思想起着重要的作用。不要忽略了小小的感叹词哦,要真正掌握、正确运用也不是那么容易的。   英语中的感叹词是相当丰富的,在《志萍版老友记英语笔记》中,我对它们进行了归纳,统共总结了 103个感叹词的用法。   1. oh   (1) 101.Phoebe: Just, 'cause I don't want her to go through what I went through with Carl. Oh. oh: used to express a feeling such as surprise, pain, annoyance, or happ....Read More

02月 13th, 2021


No Comments, 老友记笔记, by 李志萍.

1. see, but…   101.Rachel: Oh, see, but Joanie loved Chachi. That's the difference.   101.Ross: See, but I don't want to be single, okay?   7. I really do.   102.Rachel: I hope you two are very happy. I really do.   102.Ross: I think they're great. I really do.   12. I'm gonna be doing…   103.Chandler: Oh, yeah. I'd marry him just for his David Hasselhoff impression alone. You know I'm gonna be doing that at parties, right?   102.Chandler: Or 'You're s....Read More

12月 23rd, 2020


No Comments, 老友记笔记, by 李志萍.

  谚语在语言系统里常常是相对独立的存在,它没那么遵循语言规则,多是口头创作的短句或韵语,但 又广泛流传于民间;它往往言简意赅,但是含义丰富,意味深长,蕴含着长久不变的哲理和智慧。   英语同样有很多的谚语(saying),常常能起到画龙点睛的作用,增加语言的鲜明性和生动性,恰当地 使用谚语能让语言活泼有趣,更受别人欢迎。对各位同学来说,在各种英语考试中的写作部分,一个 精妙的谚语往往能给阅卷老师留下深刻的印象,多增加个两分不成问题。   那么,我们就来学习一下《老友记》中出现的14句英语谚语吧。   104.Bratty Boy: I found it. Finders keepers, losers weepers. Finders keepers, losers ....Read More

12月 21st, 2020


No Comments, 老友记笔记, by 李志萍.

  前几天,一位同学跟我反馈说,学完《志萍版老友记英语笔记》,托福考了116分。其实,我的笔记 考雅思的同学也可以用,因为有不同拼写的英国英语(British English)我都会标注出来的。   1. realize vs. realise   101.Chandler: Alright, so I'm back in high school. I'm standing in the middle of the cafeteria, and I realize I am totally naked. realize [ˈriəˌlaɪz]: to understand or become aware of a particular fact or situation 认识到;意识到(英国英语realise)   2. pants vs. trousers;underpants vs. pants   101.Chandler: Oh, she sh....Read More

12月 14th, 2020

【原创】志萍版老友记英语笔记之一组手势语(high five等23个)

No Comments, 老友记笔记, by 李志萍.

手势(gestures)是人类最早使用的、至今仍被广泛运用的一种交际工具,也是人类表情达意最有力的手 段。手势语有它自身的文化特点,今天我们就来看看美国人常用手势的含义吧。   1. 耸肩:shrug/to shrug your shoulders   103.[Chandler tries to shrug nonchalantly, but eventually he has to exhale a mouthful of smoke.] shrug [ʃrʌg]: If you shrug, you raise your shoulders to show that you are not interested in something or that you do not know or care about something 以耸肩表示(冷淡、轻蔑、怀疑、不知道等)   2. 在胸口划十字:cross one's heart   103.Monica: [shouts to Chand....Read More

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