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      像美國人一樣說英語01: Bob's Day at Work

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      Lesson 01 Bob's Day at Work

      鮑勃的工作日

      Bob works as a manager in a furniture store. Peter, his boss, is not happy about sales. Bob's new advertising campaign hasn't helped. Peter decided to fire him.

      鮑勃在一家家具店當經理。他的老板皮特對銷售業績不滿意。鮑勃的新廣告活動也沒讓銷售業績有何起色。皮特決定解雇他。

      Peter:Bob, I have to break the news , but our sales were down again last month.

      鮑勃,我不得不宣布這個壞消息,上個月我們的銷售額又下降了

      Bob:Down again, Peter?

      又下降了嗎,皮特?

      Peter:Yeah. These days, everybody's shopping at our competition, Honest Abe's Furniture Store.

      對啊,這些天大家都在我們的競爭對手“誠實的亞伯家具店”那兒買家私。

      Bob:But everything in there costs an arm and a leg!

      但他們家的東西都非常貴啊。

      Peter:That's true. They do charge top dollar.

      沒錯,他們的售價確實很高。

      Bob:And their salespeople are very strange. They really give me the creeps!

      而且他們的銷售員也非常奇怪。他們讓我毛骨悚然。

      Peter:Well, they must be doing something right over there. Meanwhile, we're about to go belly-up.

      哎呀,人家的策略是對的啦。而我們呢,就快要破產了。

      Bob:I'm sorry to hear that. I thought my new advertising campaign would save the day.

      聽到這個消息我真難過。我以為我的新廣告可以讓我們挽救局面的。

      Peter: Let's face it: your advertising campaign was a real flop.

      你的廣告實在很失敗,面對這個現實吧。

      Bob:Well then I'll go back to the drawing board.

      那我重新做個計劃。

      Peter:It's too late for that. You're fired!

      太遲了,你被解雇了。

      Bob:What? You're giving me the ax?

      什么?你要解雇我?

      Peter:Yes. I've already found a new manager. She's as sharp as a tack.

      對。我已經物色了一個新經理。她非常厲害。

      Bob:Can't we even talk this over? After all, I've been working here for 10 years!

      我們不能再談談?不管怎樣,我在這里工作了10年了。

      Peter:There's no point in arguing, Bob. I've already made up my mind.

      鮑勃,再爭辯下去也沒有意義了,我已經決定了。

      Bob:Oh well, at least I won't have to put up with your non-sense anymore! Good-bye to you and good-bye to this dead-end job.

      那好吧,至少我不必再忍受你的無知了。拜拜了,你嘞;拜拜了,這沒有前途的工作!

      Peter:Please leave before I lose my temper!

      在我發火前,你趕緊走!


      口語筆記:
      * About to: ready to; on the verge of;馬上就要,即將
      * After all: despite everything; after everything has been considered; the fact is; 畢竟,怎么說
      * At least: anyway; the good thing is that; 至少
      * (to) break the news: to make something known; 宣布消息
      * (to) cost an arm and a leg: to be very expensive; 宰人,代價過高
      * Dead-end job: a job that won't lead to anything else; 無前途或無希望的工作
      * (let's) face it: -accept a difficult reality;面對現實吧
      * (to) give one the creeps: to create a feeling of disgust or horror;嚇人,使驚慌,使人毛骨悚然;起雞皮疙瘩
      * (to) go back to the drawing board: to start a task over because the last try failed; to start again from the beginning;從頭開始(尤指失敗之后)
      * (to) go belly-up: to go bankrupt; 破產
      * (to) give someone the ax: to fire someone;解雇某人
      * (to) lose one's temper: to become very angry; 發火
      * (to) make up one's mind: to reach a decision; to decide;決定,打定主意
      * No point in: no reason to; it's not worth (doing sth);沒有意義,不值得
      * (to) put up with: to endure without complaint;忍受;容忍
      * Real flop or flop: a failure; 失敗
      * (to) save the day: to prevent a disaster or misfortune; 反敗為勝;挽救了大局,扭轉局勢
      * As sharp as tack: very intelligent; 厲害;精明
      * (to) talk over: to discuss;討論

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