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  • 一瞬間說出口 老外最常用的美式口語 [有聲書]
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  • 並列題名:Everyday American English
  • 作者: 沈端陽, Robert Sean Farnon編著
  • 出版社:希伯崙股份有限公司
  • 出版年:2019[民108]
  • ISBN:978-986-441-286-0 ; 986-441-286-8
  • 格式:PDF
  • 版次:初版
  • 附註:部分內容中英對照 封面題Robert Sean Farnon之著作方式為校訂

內容簡介
 
不需要艱深字彙,不須繁瑣文法,真正的美國口語就是這麼簡單!
 
就像你平常使用中文聊天一樣,雖然有時候文法不是完全正確,也不會用非常艱深的字彙,但是卻在生活中常常用到,另外你也不可能單純只使用那幾個相同的字彙,有些字雖然意思相同,但在日常對話中會拿來交替使用,英文也是一樣,當你學會基本會話,但是實際和外國人聊天時也是需要有近義的實用句來替換,才顯得聊天內容更活潑有趣!

 
情境1
如果很想贊同朋友說的話,該怎麼用英語表達呢?
可不要傻傻的說Really(真的)啊!
最道地生活的用法是Indeed!
當然書中還補充更多可以替換的用法,像是:
Absolutely!/Truly!/You can say that again.
 
情境2
當我們同意或接受對方的要求時,
會說:「好的、沒問題」之類的話。
不要只會說OK
還有更多美式口語中的常用說法喔!例如:
That’ll do!/Sure./Yeah, no sweat./You got it.
 
本書6大特色
簡單 只使用基本單字
實用 真實的美國口語
容易 開口一點也不難
簡短 好學好記又好用
漸進 由淺入深好學習
情境 判斷正確的用法
 
美式口語攻略,這樣說最得體!
喜歡和老外聊天哈啦嗎?一定要先學會這些美式口語。
 
本書編排方式以一個主句作為一個單元,收錄了265個美國人在日常生活上常常掛在口頭上的實用口語。每一個主句都有中文說明,且附有情境對話和實用例句,並增加替換句的補充,讓讀者能更容易了解其用法、靈活運用。遇到外國朋友,許多情境只要用上正確的口語,馬上就能表達心意,拉近彼此距離!
 
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  • Chapter 1 One step at a time(第13頁)
    • 1-1 Anytime.(第14頁)
    • 1-2 Anyway/Anyhow.(第15頁)
    • 1-3 Bingo!(第17頁)
    • 1-4 Darn!(第18頁)
    • 1-5 Definitely!(第20頁)
    • 1-6 Duh!(第21頁)
    • 1-7 Great!(第22頁)
    • 1-8 Incredible!(第24頁)
    • 1-9 Indeed!(第25頁)
    • 1-10 Likewise.(第26頁)
    • 1-11 Listen!(第28頁)
    • 1-12 Look!(第29頁)
    • 1-13 No.(第31頁)
    • 1-14 OK? / OK.(第32頁)
    • 1-15 Or…(第34頁)
    • 1-16 Positive!(第35頁)
    • 1-17 Really?(第36頁)
    • 1-18 Right?(第38頁)
    • 1-19 Satisfied?(第39頁)
    • 1-20 See?(第40頁)
    • 1-21 Seriously?(第42頁)
    • 1-22 So? / So what?(第43頁)
    • 1-23 Sorry. / I’m sorry.(第44頁)
    • 1-24 Sure.(第46頁)
    • 1-25 Sweet!(第47頁)
    • 1-26 Unbelievable!(第49頁)
  • Chapter 2 Two heads are better than one(第51頁)
    • 2-1 About/For/With what?(第52頁)
    • 2-2 Another time/day.(第53頁)
    • 2-3 Anybody here? / Anybody home?(第54頁)
    • 2-4 Anything else? / Anything more?(第56頁)
    • 2-5 By coincidence(第57頁)
    • 2-6 Cheer up!(第59頁)
    • 2-7 Come, come.(第60頁)
    • 2-8 Even better!(第61頁)
    • 2-9 Excuse me.(第63頁)
    • 2-10 Forget it!(第65頁)
    • 2-11 Good luck!(第66頁)
    • 2-12 Guess what?(第67頁)
    • 2-13 Help yourself!(第69頁)
    • 2-14 I bet. / I’ll bet.(第70頁)
    • 2-15 Hang on!(第71頁)
    • 2-16 No/Not kidding!(第72頁)
    • 2-17 Not again!(第74頁)
    • 2-18 Will do. / That’ll do!(第75頁)
  • Chapter 3 Three squares a day(第77頁)
    • 3-1 Can’t or won’t?(第78頁)
    • 3-2 Sb. won’t bite.(第79頁)
    • 3-3 That’s a first!(第80頁)
    • 3-4 That’s highway robbery!(第82頁)
    • 3-5 That’s/It’s not true!(第83頁)
    • 3-6 Works for me!(第84頁)
    • 3-7 There (you are)!(第85頁)
    • 3-8 You’re the man!(第86頁)
  • Chapter 4 Four corners of the earth(第89頁)
    • 4-1 Have a good one!(第90頁)
    • 4-2 I’m counting on it.(第91頁)
    • 4-3 He’s not worth it.(第92頁)
    • 4-4 How’s life with you?(第93頁)
    • 4-5 It won’t happen again.(第94頁)
    • 4-6 It works every time.(第95頁)
    • 4-7 Nothing to boast about.(第96頁)
    • 4-8 Not to my knowledge.(第97頁)
    • 4-9 That’s/It’s always the way.(第98頁)
    • 4-10 The feeling is mutual.(第99頁)
    • 4-11 We’re not there yet.(第100頁)
  • Chapter 5 Five fingers are not equal(第101頁)
    • 5-1 A little bird told me.(第102頁)
    • 5-2 A promise is a promise.(第103頁)
    • 5-3 All’s well that ends well.(第104頁)
    • 5-4 Can you bend the rules?(第105頁)
    • 5-5 Come to think of it.(第107頁)
    • 5-6 Do I make myself clear?(第108頁)
    • 5-7 Don’t get your hopes up!(第109頁)
    • 5-8 Don’t give it another thought.(第110頁)
    • 5-9 Don’t take it so hard!(第112頁)
    • 5-10 He was hard on me.(第113頁)
    • 5-11 I’m at my wits’ end.(第114頁)
    • 5-12 I’m not made of money.(第115頁)
    • 5-13 I can’t believe my ears/eyes.(第117頁)
    • 5-14 I can’t take it anymore!(第118頁)
    • 5-15 I don’t buy your story.(第119頁)
    • 5-16 I don’t have all day.(第121頁)
    • 5-17 I don’t see why not.(第122頁)
    • 5-18 I have been there (before).(第123頁)
    • 5-19 I’ve seen it (all) before.(第124頁)
    • 5-20 I know what I’m doing.(第125頁)
    • 5-21 I know you mean well.(第126頁)
    • 5-22 I see what you mean.(第127頁)
    • 5-23 I’ll keep it to myself.(第128頁)
    • 5-24 I’ll take care of it.(第129頁)
    • 5-25 I wouldn’t/don’t bet on it!(第131頁)
    • 5-26 If you feel that way.(第132頁)
    • 5-27 It could happen to you.(第133頁)
    • 5-28 It goes down the drain.(第134頁)
    • 5-29 It’s a matter of opinion.(第136頁)
    • 5-30 (It’s a) piece of cake!(第137頁)
    • 5-31 It’s all Greek to me.(第138頁)
    • 5-32 It’s dogged as does it.(第139頁)
    • 5-33 It’s early in the day.(第141頁)
    • 5-34 It’s/That’s not what I’m saying.(第142頁)
    • 5-35 It’s not in my wheelhouse.(第143頁)
    • 5-36 It’s out of this world!(第145頁)
    • 5-37 It’s totally over my head.(第146頁)
    • 5-38 It makes my mouth water.(第147頁)
    • 5-39 It might come in handy.(第148頁)
    • 5-40 It/That really got to me!(第150頁)
    • 5-41 It won’t break the bank.(第151頁)
    • 5-42 Just do what you can!(第152頁)
    • 5-43 Leave me out of it.(第153頁)
    • 5-44 Let me sleep on it.(第154頁)
    • 5-45 Let me get/say this straight.(第155頁)
    • 5-46 Let’s call it a day.(第157頁)
    • 5-47 Let’s paint the town red!(第158頁)
    • 5-48 Look on the bright side!(第159頁)
    • 5-49 No two ways about it.(第161頁)
    • 5-50 Not that I know of!(第162頁)
    • 5-51 Not in so many words.(第163頁)
    • 5-52 One thing leads to another(第165頁)
    • 5-53 Out of respect for sb.(第166頁)
    • 5-54 Sb. has (got) a long face.(第167頁)
    • 5-55 Sb. is hitting on you.(第168頁)
    • 5-56 Sb. wouldn’t hurt a fly.(第170頁)
    • 5-57 That’s par for the course.(第171頁)
    • 5-58 That’s the way it is/goes.(第172頁)
    • 5-59 The sky is the limit.(第173頁)
    • 5-60 There’s always someone above us.(第174頁)
    • 5-61 There must be a catch!(第175頁)
    • 5-62 Things will work out fine.(第177頁)
    • 5-63 This calls for a celebration!(第178頁)
    • 5-64 Today is not my day!(第179頁)
    • 5-65 We’re on the same wavelength.(第180頁)
    • 5-66 We’ll talk about this later.(第181頁)
    • 5-67 What are you getting at?(第183頁)
    • 5-68 What are you playing at?(第184頁)
    • 5-69 What are you up to?(第185頁)
    • 5-70 What do you call this?(第187頁)
    • 5-71 What goes around comes around.(第188頁)
    • 5-72 What took you so long?(第189頁)
    • 5-73 You can say that again!(第191頁)
    • 5-74 You could have fooled me.(第192頁)
    • 5-75 You’ve got me all wrong!(第193頁)
    • 5-76 You owe me an apology.(第195頁)
    • 5-77 You’ll get your money’s worth.(第196頁)
    • 5-78 Your explanation is wearing thin.(第197頁)
  • Chapter 6 Six ways to Sunday(第199頁)
    • 6-1 Don’t be too/so hard on yourself.(第200頁)
    • 6-2 Do you have any second thoughts?(第201頁)
    • 6-3 Don’t make a fool of yourself!(第203頁)
    • 6-4 Don’t take me for a fool!(第204頁)
    • 6-5 (Do you) see what I’m saying?(第205頁)
    • 6-6 He has close ties with her.(第206頁)
    • 6-7 I’m fed up with her nagging.(第208頁)
    • 6-8 I can’t say much for it.(第209頁)
    • 6-9 I can’t take all the credit.(第211頁)
    • 6-10 I don’t think much of it.(第212頁)
    • 6-11 I don’t think that at all.(第213頁)
    • 6-12 I just mentioned it in passing.(第214頁)
    • 6-13 I know where the shoe pinches.(第215頁)
    • 6-14 I’ll be the judge of that.(第216頁)
    • 6-15 I’ll make it up to you.(第217頁)
    • 6-16 I’ll see what I can do.(第218頁)
    • 6-17 I wouldn’t put it past him.(第220頁)
    • 6-18 If my memory serves me right/correctly,(第221頁)
    • 6-19 Is that the way you think?(第222頁)
    • 6-20 It’s a sore point with him.(第223頁)
    • 6-21 (It’s) all in a day’s work.(第225頁)
    • 6-22 It’s written all over your face.(第226頁)
    • 6-23 It does more harm than good.(第227頁)
    • 6-24 It’s not my cup of tea.(第228頁)
    • 6-25 It’s too good to be true!(第230頁)
    • 6-26 It means a lot to me.(第231頁)
    • 6-27 May all your wishes come true!(第232頁)
    • 6-28 Sb. is a busybody by nature.(第234頁)
    • 6-29 That’s all there is to it.(第235頁)
    • 6-30 That’s easy for you to say!(第236頁)
    • 6-31 The joke was lost on her.(第238頁)
    • 6-32 There’s no time like the present!(第239頁)
    • 6-33 (There’s) nothing to be ashamed of!(第240頁)
    • 6-34 There’s something in what you said.(第241頁)
    • 6-35 This movie was a big hit.(第243頁)
    • 6-36 To make a long story short(第244頁)
    • 6-37 We have a lot in common.(第245頁)
    • 6-38 What do you mean by that?(第247頁)
    • 6-39 What do you say to it?(第248頁)
    • 6-40 Where did you get that idea?(第249頁)
    • 6-41 With (all due) respect (to you)(第250頁)
    • 6-42 You always get me into trouble.(第251頁)
    • 6-43 You’re a match made in heaven.(第253頁)
    • 6-44 You’re barking up the wrong tree!(第254頁)
    • 6-45 You’re making a fool of yourself.(第255頁)
    • 6-46 You’re shooting yourself in the foot.(第256頁)
    • 6-47 You can do what you want.(第257頁)
    • 6-48 You can’t have it both ways.(第259頁)
    • 6-49 You can’t show bias to anyone.(第260頁)
    • 6-50 You can’t take it with you.(第261頁)
    • 6-51 You can’t go wrong with him.(第263頁)
    • 6-52 You don’t have to do that.(第264頁)
    • 6-53 You(’ve) got to be kidding me!(第265頁)
    • 6-54 You have a problem with me?(第267頁)
    • 6-55 You’ve come to the right person.(第268頁)
    • 6-56 You let me worry about it!(第269頁)
    • 6-57 You should move with the times.(第271頁)
    • 6-58 You win some; you lose some.(第272頁)
    • 6-59 You’d do the same for me.(第273頁)
  • Chapter 7 Seven year itch(第275頁)
    • 7-1 Can you let me off (the hook)?(第276頁)
    • 7-2 Do you have a thing for her?(第277頁)
    • 7-3 How did you come up with this?(第279頁)
    • 7-4 I’m at the end of my rope.(第280頁)
    • 7-5 I’m just telling it like it is.(第281頁)
    • 7-6 I’m speaking with the voice of experience.(第282頁)
    • 7-7 I can do it in my sleep.(第284頁)
    • 7-8 I can see it in your eyes.(第285頁)
    • 7-9 I can’t do a thing about it.(第287頁)
    • 7-10 I couldn’t have put it better myself.(第288頁)
    • 7-11 I don’t want to put you out.(第289頁)
    • 7-12 I’ve waited a long time for this!(第291頁)
    • 7-13 I know where (or when) to draw the line.(第292頁)
    • 7-14 I think that’s politics at its worst.(第293頁)
    • 7-15 I’ll take each day as it comes.(第295頁)
    • 7-16 I won’t take no for an answer!(第296頁)
    • 7-17 It happens to the best of us.(第297頁)
    • 7-18 It’s like talking to a brick wall.(第299頁)
    • 7-19 It’s too close to call right now.(第300頁)
    • 7-20 It might be a blessing in disguise.(第301頁)
    • 7-21 (I’ll) Let you be the judge of that!(第302頁)
    • 7-22 One man’s meat is another man’s poison.(第304頁)
    • 7-23 Sb. can breathe a sigh of relief.(第305頁)
    • 7-24 Sb. often treated my words like nothing.(第306頁)
    • 7-25 The ball is in your court now!(第307頁)
    • 7-26 The outsider sees more of the game.(第309頁)
    • 7-27 This issue is nothing to sneeze at.(第310頁)
    • 7-28 You always rub someone the wrong way.(第311頁)
    • 7-29 Just take the bull by the horns!(第313頁)
    • 7-30 You should take it as it comes.(第314頁)
    • 7-31 You’ll thank me for it one day.(第315頁)
    • 7-32 Your guess is as good as mine!(第317頁)
  • Chapter 8 Behind the eight ball(第319頁)
    • 8-1 All good things (will) come to an end.(第320頁)
    • 8-2 He never says a good word about me.(第321頁)
    • 8-3 I have (got) to hand it to you.(第322頁)
    • 8-4 I really don’t know which way to go.(第324頁)
    • 8-5 I think he blows/gets things out of proportion.(第325頁)
    • 8-6 I’ll give him the benefit of the doubt.(第326頁)
    • 8-7 It can’t be mentioned in the same breath!(第328頁)
    • 8-8 It takes all kinds to make a world.(第329頁)
    • 8-9 (Something) will not put food on the table.(第330頁)
    • 8-10 The higher you climb, the harder you fall.(第332頁)
    • 8-11 There’s no need to do things on impulse.(第333頁)
    • 8-12 There’s no such thing as a free lunch.(第334頁)
    • 8-13 You’re only too eager to get things done.(第335頁)
    • 8-14 You can’t have a foot in both camps.(第337頁)
    • 8-15 You’d better turn a blind eye to it.(第338頁)
    • 8-16 You should get out/quit while you’re (still) ahead!(第339頁)
  • Chapter 9 On cloud nine(第341頁)
    • 9-1 His words should never be taken at face value.(第342頁)
    • 9-2 I’m sorry to put you to so much trouble.(第343頁)
    • 9-3 I’ve been running around like a headless chicken lately.(第344頁)
    • 9-4 I know which side my bread is buttered (on).(第346頁)
    • 9-5 I wouldn’t be seen/caught dead asking her for help.(第347頁)
    • 9-6 It’s not every day that we (could) have this.(第348頁)
    • 9-7 It is not all it’s cracked up to be.(第350頁)
    • 9-8 What you just said threw me for a loop.(第351頁)
    • 9-9 You took the words (right) out of my mouth.(第352頁)
    • 9-10 You should put your money where your mouth is.(第354頁)
  • Chapter 10 Perfect ten(第357頁)
    • 10-1 (It always goes) in one ear and out the other.(第358頁)
    • 10-2 Sb. can dish it out but he can’t take it.(第359頁)
    • 10-3 Should I give him a taste/dose of his own medicine?(第360頁)
    • 10-4 What would you do if you were in my situation?(第362頁)
    • 10-5 You can count them on (the fingers of) one hand.(第363頁)
    • 10-6 You don’t need to go too far with this issue.(第364頁)
    • 10-7 You will not eat me out of house and home.(第366頁)
  • 活用主句參考答案(第368頁)
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