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Complain the journey抱怨旅行Is there anything I can do you?我能为您做些什么吗?Yes, I joined your group of bus tour this morning.是的,我早晨加入了你们的巴士观光团You promised the journey will last 3 hours and we will visit sightseeing spots.你们承诺的是旅行将持续三个小时并且我们会参观个景点Yes, sir. We promised that.是的,先生,我们是那么承诺的But we have a -hour journey.可是我们只参观了两个小时Really? I am sorry, sir. We will look into this matter. Would you please wait a moment here?真的吗?抱歉,先生,我们会调查这件事情,您能在这里等等吗? 51。

  • Americans say A-bomb attacks were proper: poll摘要:最新调查显示,61%的美国民众认4年前美国向日本广岛和长崎投掷原子弹是正确之举。Sixty-one percent of Americans believe the ed States did the right thing by dropping the atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki 64 years ago, according to a new poll.Older voters, men and Republicans favored the attacks more than younger people, women and Democrats, the survey of 2,409 registered voters by Quinnipiac University showed.Asked whether the ed States "did the right thing or the wrong thing by dropping the atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki," Republicans said it was the right thing to do by a margin of 74 to 13 percent, while Democrats favored it 49 to 29 percent.People over 55 years old favored it by 73 to 13 percent while people aged 18 to 34 favored it 50 to 32 percent.Men approved of the attacks 72 to 17 percent versus 51 to 27 percent for women.Blacks and Hispanics were split. Blacks said it was the wrong thing to do by 36 to 34 percent. Hispanics said it was the right thing to do by 44 to 43 percent.The ed States dropped single bombs on the two Japanese cities in August 1945, killing tens of thousands immediately and many more later from radiation sickness.Americans widely credit the attacks with ending World War Two, believing they may have saved lives because Japan would not have surrendered otherwise.Peter Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute, said American support has remained firm over the decades, though it was down from 85 percent approval in a Gallup poll conducted shortly after the bombings. /08/80516。
  • 第一句:Ifd like to make an appointment with you.我想约你A: I’d like to make an appointment with you. Could you make a time?我想约你你能定个时间吗?B: Yes. Would next Monday be all right with you?好的,你觉得下周一怎么样?第二句:Do you have any plans this Sunday?这个星期天你有安排吗?A: Do you have any plans this Sunday?这个星期天你有安排吗?B: I’ve got no plan yet.我还没打算呢A: Well, would you like to come with us a picnic? 那和我们一起去野餐怎么样?B: That would be great!好啊! 536。
  • 第18期:Buying a Bus Map 买公交车路线图Y:Excuse me.May I have a bus map,please?Y:对不起,请给我一份公交车路线图好吗?X:You mean one the city?X:您是说本市的吗?Y:Yes,within New York.Y:是的,纽约市区内的X:Im afraid we dont have any.If I were you,Id try one of the newspaper stands.X:我们没有如果我是您,就会到书报摊去看看Y:Thank you.Y:谢谢你其他出国旅游英语句型:If I were you,Id try one of the newspaper stands.如果我是你,我会到书报摊去看看a.本句是“虚拟语气”句型“虚拟语气”是一种表示虚拟状态的句型,由if引导的条件从句与结果主句构成b.虚拟语气可依时态不同,形成下列四种基本句型:1)条件虚拟语气—用现在式例:If Johnny is here,I will ask him.如果强尼在这儿,我会问他)与现在事实相反的虚拟语气—用过去式例:If Johnny were here,I would ask him.(But Johnny is not here.)如果强尼现在在这儿,我会问他—但他现在不在这儿3)与过去事实相反的虚拟语气—用过去完成式例:If Johnny had been here,I would have asked him.(But he was not here.)如果强尼当时在这儿,我会问他—但他当时不在这儿)与未来状况相反的虚拟语气—if从句要用助动词should(万一),结果从句则用过去式或现在式助动词例:If Johnny should be here,I would(或will)ask him.万一强尼在这儿,我会问他c.本文中的句子,乃属上述的第)项,亦即与现在事实相反的假设语气,if引导的条件从句的be动词得用过去式were,而表示结论的结果主句,则用助动词过去式,在本句中的Id,就是I would的缩写例:If I were you,I would many her.如果我是你,我就会娶她If Lily were here,she would agree with me.如果莉莉在这里,她会同意我的 35。
  • The service on the plane机上务May I leave my baggage there?我的行李可以放在那里吗?How do you adjust this seat?这座椅怎么调整?Do you have anything to ?有什么可供阅读的?Will you explain how to fasten the seat belt?能告诉我如何系安全带吗?Please show me how to turn on the light.请教我如何开灯Should I pay the drinks?我要付饮料费吗?When can I buy some duty-free goods?我什么时候可以买一些免税品Please put out your cigarettes and fasten your seat belt.请熄灭您的烟,同时系上安全带Can you warm the milk me?请您把牛奶给我热一热好吗?Please wake me up dinner.请吃饭的时候叫醒我You can just press the button on your armrest.您只需一下扶手上的钮Slip the belt into the buckle and pull tight.把带子穿进扣环,然后抽紧The seat belt may remind one of something dangerous.安全带让人想到某些危险 3883。
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