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善用persiflage(英法文化差异) -01-6 3:9: 来源: 《达芬奇密码在热播,场景在巴黎与伦敦之间切换,耳边听的也是忽而法语,忽而英语——这是先打个岔,提醒您注意下面的文字: 我们平时说的英语里有大把的法语外来词,最为熟知的是一类“饮食”词汇,如:champagne,pork,venison……再之,军事上的如:skirmish(小规模战斗);衣饰方面的如:satin(缎子)……它们基本都传承了法语的原意,在英语系国家继续发扬光大但是,并不是所有的法语词到了英国就能原汁原味地存活下来,今天说的persiflage(打趣)就是提醒大家:同是“打趣”,用在不同国家,内涵可不相同!先看一句话:“So long! And maybe sometime next week as I am dull, I would call you to persiflage”(回头见,下周啥时无聊了,打电话找你逗逗趣儿)很明显,根据附带的译文,persiflage在句中相当于good-natured teasing(善意的打趣或逗笑),丝毫不含有侮辱或不友好之意但如果用在“原产地”法国,对朋友说这话可就不敬了在法语中,persiflage的意思是“mock”(挖苦,讥讽,嘲笑),词根“per”相当于thoroughly(彻底地),siflage则来源于拉丁语拟声词sibilare(吹口哨或唏嘘,发嘶嘶声),所以,只要想一想观众看演出时不满意起哄的场景,您肯定不敢对法国朋友滥用persiflage!(英语点津陈蓓编辑) 法语 英语 提醒 相当于。

  • 穹顶之下 雾霾用英文如何说? -- ::0 来源:   在网上,雾霾的英文通常有以下3种:smoke,haze以及smog究竟哪种说法最准确?这就要从雾霾的成分说起了  《穹顶之下告诉我们,雾霾是PM.5等可吸入颗粒物悬浮在空中形成的它的来源主要是煤炭燃烧、汽车尾气和光化学污染  Haze A slight obscuration of the lower atmosphere, typically caused by fine suspended ps.  Haze虽然可以译作烟雾,但它的本意是指空气中的蒸汽、微粒形成的雾气,并不特指污染物  Smoke A visible suspension of carbon or other ps in air, typically one emitted from a burning substance.  Smoke是指燃烧释放的微粒形成的烟雾都人民看不见河北省的火焰,而且光污染和汽车尾气也制造了一大批PM.5唐山人民可以管钢铁厂排出烟叫smoke,帝都魔都的雾霾却应该换一种说法:smog  Smog Fog or haze intensified by smoke or other atmospheric pollutants.  因为没有现成的单词准确形容雾霾,英国人在世纪初用smoke和fog合成了一个新单词smog,专指空气污染形成的雾霾《穹顶之下里提到的英国195年污染事件的学名就叫做great smog of ’5 穹顶 英文。
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  • 我知道我这样做很不理智, 但我还是直奔县城, 在那里买了一本皮面袖珍词典和一金笔我向父亲的遗体告别时把词典和笔放在父亲的那双大手里, 那双手曾经是那样温暖, 那双手曾经让他生活得很美满, 但却从来没有学会写字My Father’s Hands His hands were rough and exceedingly1) strong. He could gently prune) a fruit tree or firmly ease a stubborn horse into a harness. What I remember most is the special warmth from those hands as he would take me by the shoulder and point out the glittering swoop of a blue hawk, or a rabbit asleep in its lair. They were good hands that served him well and failed him in only one thing. They never learned to write. My father was illiterate. The number of illiterates3) in our country has steadily declined, but if there were only one I would be saddened), remembering my father and the pain he endured because his hands never learned to write. He started school in the first grade, where the remedy a wrong answer was ten rule r strokes across a stretched palm. some reason, shapes, figures and letters just did not fall into the rig ht pattern inside his six-year-old mind. His father took him out of school after several months and set him to a man’s job on the farm. Years later, his wife, with her fourth-grade education, would try to teach him to . And still later I would grasp his big fist between my small hands and awkwardly help him to trace the letters of his name. He submitted5) to the ordeal a short time, but soon grew restless and would declare that he had had enough. One night, when he thought no one saw, he slipped away with my second grade er and labored over the words until they became too difficult. He pressed his ehead into the pages and wept. Thereafter, no amount of persuading could bring him to sit with pen and paper. He did still like to listen to my mother, and then to me, to him. He especially enjoyed listening to us to him from the Bible. My father was ced to let the bank take possession of most of the acreage6) of his farmland one year when a crop failure meant he couldn’t make the mortgage7) payment. He was able to keep one acre of the farmland where the small farm house was located. From the farm to road building and later to factory work, his hands served him well. His mind was keen, and his will to work was unsurpassed. His enthusiasm and efficiency brought an offer to become a line boss--until he was handed the qualification test. Years later, when Mother died, I tried to get him to come and live with my family, but he insisted on staying in the small house with the garden plot and a few farm animals close by. His health began to fail, and he was in and out of the hospital with two mild heart attacks. Old Doc Green saw him weekly and gave him medication, including nitroglycerin8) tablets to put under h is tongue should he feel an attack coming on. My last fond memory of Dad was watching as he walked across the brow of a hillside meadow with those big warm hands resting on the shoulders of my two children. He stopped to point out a pond where he and I had fished years bee. The night, my family an d I flew back to our own home. Three weeks later Dad was dead because of a heart attack. I returned to my father’s home the funeral. Doc Green told me how sorry he was. In fact, he was bothered a bit, because he had just written Dad a new prescription, and the druggist9) had filled it. Yet the bottle of pills had not been found on Dad’s person. Doc Green felt that a pill might have kept him alive long enough to summon help. I went out to Dad’s garden plot where a neighbor had found him. In grief, I stooped to t race my fingers in the earth where he had reached the end of his life. My hand came to rest on a half-buried brick, which I aimlessly lifted. I noticed underneath it the twisted and battered, yet unbroken, container that had been beaten into the soft earth. As I held the container of pills, the scene of Dad struggling to remove the cap and in desperation trying to break it with the brick flashed painfully bee my eyes. With deep anguish I knew why those big hands had lost in their struggle with death. there, imprinted on the cap, were the words:“Child-proof cap--Push down and twist to unlock. ”The druggist later confirmed that he had just started using the new safety caps. I knew it was not a rational act, but I went right downtown and bought a leather-bound pocket dictionary and a gold pen set. I bade Dad good-bye by placing them in those big hands, once so warm, which had lived so well, but had never learned to write. □by Calvin R. Worthington 18。
  • 英语口语句:如何婉转的拒绝别人 -01-7 18:6: 来源: Declining an Invitation 拒绝邀请Some people find that saying "no" to a friend is extremely hard sometimes. Are you this kind of person? If you are tied up and cannot go to your friend's party, how do you say "no" and at the same time sound inoffensive? 拒绝比接受更难如何委婉得体地拒绝别人?赶快看看下面的个例句1. I am sorry to turn you down. 我很抱歉必须拒绝你Turn you down 就是拒绝别人的要求例如有一次请老美去参加一个 party,她说她很抱歉无法参加,就是用的这句I am sorry to turn you down.另外男生追女生,女生想拒绝他,也可以用 turn down例如I am sorry but I have to turn you down.另外不要忘,turn down 还有一个解释就是把音量或是空调关小还有不要把 turn you down 和 let you down 搞混,这二者是完全不同的意思:turn down 表示拒绝,而 let down 则表示让人家失望. I am not interested. 我没有兴趣当电话推销员找上门来,这时你要说的就是I am not interested,这样子对方就不会纠缠太久了通常在拒绝别人的时候要注意一下说话的语气,像这句 I am not interested. 听来就不太客气通常要使得拒绝别人的话听来客气一点,只要在句首加上I am sorry.整句话的口气立刻就不一样了所以礼貌一点的说法就是I am sorry. I am not interested. 听起来是不是客气很多?3. I'll think about it. 我要考虑看看这句话是在买东西时候讲的例如你去百货公司专柜买化装品,虽然专柜讲了半天你也觉得还不错,但总觉得太贵,你就可以说OK, I'll think about it.我再考虑看看当然你就可以趁机脱身了. I can't afd it. 我付不起一样东西太贵你买不起就可以这么说I can't afd it. 你都讲明没钱了,想必人家不会继续纠缠吧美国买东西都有所谓的 refund 制度,就是东西买完之后不满意都可以拿去退钱有时候店员会问你(通常不会问)为什么要拿来 refund,通常你就可以直截了当地说I don't like it.或者It's too expensive. I can't afd it.5. I can't handle it. 我应付不来Handle 跟 afd 的区别要分清楚:handle 指的是事情上应付不来,而 afd 多半指金钱上无法负担例如工作很多做不完,你就可以说 There's too much workload here. I can't handle it.6. I am really not in the mood. 我真的没有什么心情Mood 解释成心情,没有心情你可以说成I don't have the mood. 或者I am not in the mood.比如考试期间,别人还找你出去玩,你就可以这么拒绝I am sorry. I am really not in the mood.7. There is nothing to talk about. 没什么好说的当别人问你不想回答或懒得回答的问题时,你就可以说There is nothing to talk about.例如有人问你考试考几分,你自己考得太差而不想讲,就可以说There is nothing to talk about." 另外一个类似的用法叫 No comment. 就是无可奉告的意思8. I really want to, but I got hundreds of things to do. 我想去,可是我有好多好多事情要做别人邀请你参加他们的活动,就算你不想去,也不要直截了当地说 No, I don't want to.这样子别人下次可能就不会找你了试着用这种比较好的说法先说 I really want to 或者I really love to,再说 but I got hundreds of things to do. 这样感觉上比较礼貌,也比较不会让别人觉得没面子9. I don't want to go and that's that. 我不想,就是这样That's that 通常是接在否定句后,意为就这样了,不必再多说了这种语气是很强烈的,通常听的人可能会不太高兴假如电话推销员很烦人,那就可以跟他说 That's that.That's that. 跟That's it.不太一样That's it. 的意思是就这样吧,就这些吧,在点餐时使用That's that 则是表示不想再跟对方谈下去了同样的情况,你也可以这么说The conversation is over.". That's enough, anymore is just overkill. 那就够了,再多一点也是多余的Overkill 在美国的口语里就是多余的意思,它跟 kill 一点关系也没有例如跟一个老美打球,打了二局之后问他还要不要再打,他就说That's enough, anymore is just overkill.又如吃东西时你问别人还要不要再吃,如果别人吃不下了就可以说No, thanks. That's overkill.礼貌拒绝的典型例句 Refusing invitations without being offensive:That's very kind of you, but I'm afraid that I'm tied up on Saturday. 非常感谢, 可是恐怕我周六没时间 I'd really like to, but I'm aly booked up next Saturday. 我很想去,但是我下周六的日程己经安排满了I wish I could, but I have an appointment on Saturday. 我真希望能去,但是我周六和别人约好了 Thanks asking me, but I am going to be out of town that evening. 谢谢你邀请我,但是我那天晚上要去外地 I'm really sorry about that! 非常抱歉! Thanks, anyway. 还是谢谢你!I would like very much to join you another time. 希望我下次能参加 别人 拒绝 如何 英语口语。
  • 实用口语:淑女绅士养成记 看英国人在什么时候说Sorry -01- :5: 来源: 一提起英国,总会让人联想到温文尔雅的英国绅士和彬彬有礼的英国淑女,而他们每天总是Sorry和Thank you不离口他们到底犯了什么错,要每天跟人家说抱歉?小编目测,他们犯的错还真不少:1. Walking into someone撞到别人. Nearly walking into someone差点撞到别人3. Being walked into被撞到了. Nearly being walked into差点被撞到了5. Walking into a door撞到门6. Not hearing what someone has said没听见别人说什么7. Thinking you heard what someone said but being so scared of being wrong about what they said that you ask them repeat it, just in case听到别人说什么,但是怕听错,以防万一,叫别人重复一遍8. Calling someone on the phone打扰到别人打电话9. Answering the phone in someone else's presence当着别人面听电话. Being late迟到了. Being early早到了. Using too much milk放太多牛奶. Not using enough milk没放够牛奶. Coughing咳嗽. Sneezing打喷嚏. Swearing骂人. Spilling your pint on someone你把酒洒到了别人身上18. When someone spills their pinton you别人把酒洒在了你身上19. When you pay a packet of chewing gum with a tenner because you don't have anything smaller买口香糖没零钱,要用英镑付款. When the bartender mishears your order酒保听错了你的订单1. When the bartender drops your change as they pass it back to you, even though it's clearly their fault酒保找你零钱时,钱掉地上了,即使这是他们的错. Checking your phone查看手机时3. Not replying to an email没回复电邮时. Replying to a work email over the weekend周末回复工作电邮时5. When offering your seat to someone a millisecond late让座慢了1毫秒6. Not offering a drink to someone within the first seconds of them entering your house别人进了你家门秒,还没给人倒东西喝7. Asking a shop assistant help叫店员帮忙时. Not having a stamp, lighter and pen on your person at all times要用邮票,打火机和笔时,发现没带9. Paying in coins something用钢镚儿买东西时30. Asking someone in the street anything at all (directions, lighter etc)在大街上向别人求助时(譬如问路或者借打火机等等)31. Not having something or knowing something someone on the street asks you 大街上有人找你帮忙,而你帮不上的时候3. Sending something back to the kitchenbar if it's rawwronglikely to kill you点的东西送上来发现不熟、送错了或者可能会要了你的命,需要送回后厨或者吧台时33. Making an early taxi driver wait until the agreed time you wanted to leave at的哥比约定的时间早到了,你让人家等时. Making a joke someone else doesn't get开了一个别人不觉得好笑的笑话35. Not getting someone else's joke抓不到别人玩笑的好笑点36. Someone else's baby being sick on you别人家的孩子看你不顺眼时 英国人 绅士 口语。
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