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大家说英语2009年11月6日课程学习笔记

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今天是11月6日,周五,下面开始今天的课程。
想要在线收听今天的课程,可以点击下面的连接!(在线收听地址一周内有效)
mms://air.hihit.net/studio/20091106lta.wma
网速不快的用户可以点击下面的地址收听,内容是相同的。
mms://air.hihit.net/studio/20091106lt.wma

(Andrea老师的开场白)
Hi, everyone. Once again welcome to the mall. My name is Andrea.
We continue our lesson “Never put off until tomorrow”.
Here is your Find It Question: what does Pam give Jason?

Information Desk ( Christina老师的讲台 )
1、 organize 动词v.规划;使有条理
2、 goal 名词n.目标
3、 famous 形容词adj.有名的
4、 waste 动词v.浪费
5、 delay 动词v.拖延;耽搁
6、 excuse 名词n.籍口

Conversation A(在对话中,Emma、Pam、Amy、Jack、Tom、Jason等都会经常出现)
Pam: Here, Jason. Read this.
Jason: Never Put Off Until Tomorrow. What is this?
Pam: It’s an article about organizing your time.
Amy: Does it talk about putting things off?
Pam: Yes. I think this article might help you, Jason.
Jason: OK. Thanks. I’ll read this later.
Pam: Jason, give it to me. I’ll read it to you.
第一段对话就给出了今天问题的答案,Pam gives Jason an article about organizing time.

Conversation B
Pam: We all have 24 hours in a day. So why are some people able to do more with their time? Basicly, it’s all about how someone organizes his or her time. If you want to use your time better, keep reading for some tips.
No.1, make goals.
Each goal should include how much you want to do and when you want to finish. For example: Learn 5 new words in a new language by the end of this week.
No.2, put first things first.
Think about which goals are more important and do them first. Don’t put things off. A famous person once said, “never put off until tomorrow what you can do today.” The more you can do today, the less there is to do tomorrow. So stop wasting your time and get started.

Conversation C
Amy: That’s good advice.
Jason: Yes. Now I just have to get started.
Pam: Right. Many times the hardest part about doing anything is getting started.
Amy: But once you start, things get much easier.
Jason: Well, I guess I should stop delaying and making excuses.
Pam: Yes. Go write your paper.
Jason: OK. See you guys.
Amy: Bye, Jason.

Information Desk
在今天的对话一开始,Pam说到Here, Jason.此处的here没有什么特别的意思,只是为了引起Jason的注意,算讲话开始前的招呼罢了。
It’s all about…一切都是关于。。。(一切全在于。。。)
Put first things first.两个first不一样的意思,第一个first是形容词,表示重要的、优先的,第二个first是副词,表示首位。
今天对话中get started,其实是get myself started的意思,只是将其中的myself省去了。例句有I got lost yesterday.

Calendar Phrase
I have time next week.我下个礼拜会有空.
今天的对话中,还有一个句式要熟练运用:
If you want to . . . keep . . .
例句有:If you want to improve your Chinese, keep reading every day.

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