英美剧里的托雅口语宝藏 |


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      -Somehow, my parents didn’t find out about me partying heartily.    

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-Somehow, my parents didn’t find out about me partying heartily.

-But I did pay a price for burning the candle at both ends.

-I made a mistake on a math test.

-In my exhaustion, I did all the calculations in my head, and, like a common zoo animal, forgot to show my work.

-I just saw one of those girls from the party, and she acknowledged my existence by doing this.

-I’ve never felt so alive.

-Are you okay?

-No,I’m not.

-Yeah, so?

-A B-plus, that’s the beginning of the end.

-The end of what?

-My life.

-If I don’t make some changes, who knows how far I’ll fall.

-I could wind up a drug addict, or a lawyer.

-Is it possible you’re overreacting?

-No. Starting today, I’m done helping the football team.

-But if you do that, girls will no longer like this.

-I’ll greet you like that.

-It’s not the same.

-Extricating myself from this situation was not going to be easy.

-My father was counting on me, Meemaw was counting on me, the school was counting on me.

-After much thought, I decided to employ the one strategic manoeuvre I knew I could count on.

-I tattled


解析

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*heartily

1. With obvious enjoyment and enthusiasm 尽情地, 劲头十足地

e.g. to laugh/eat heartily

2. in a way that shows that you feel strongly about sth 强烈地;坚定地

e.g. I heartily agree with her on this.

-文中的意思就是忘我地疯狂地参加派对


*pay a price 付出代价

e.g We have to make the states that sponsor terrorism pay a price.


*burn the candle at both ends

是一个俗语噢,蜡烛不能两头点

过分耗费,不顾身体过度劳累(尤指日夜都有活动)


*exhaustion

exhaustion is the state of being so tired that you have no energy left. 精疲力竭

e.g. He is suffering from exhaustion.


*wind up 以。。为结束/结尾

1. When you wind up an activity, you finish it or stop doing it

e.g. The president is about to wind up his visit to Somalia.


*drug addict  瘾君子

A drug addict is someone who is addicted to illegal drugs.


*overreact  过度反应

If you say that someone overreacts to something, you mean that they have and show more of an emotion than is necessary or appropriate.

e.g. I overreact to anything sad.


*extricate  使解脱

If you extricate someone or something from a place where they are trapped or caught, you succeed in freeing them

e.g. He endeavoured to extricate the car, digging with his hands in the blazing sunshine.


*count on  靠着;指望着

If you count on someone or count upon them, you rely on them to support you or help you.

e.g. Don’t count on Lilian.


*manoeuvre  操控;诱导

If you manoeuvre a situation, you change it in a cleaver and skilful way so that you can benefit from it.

e.g. The president has tried to manoeuvre the campaign away from himself.


*tattle 打小报告

if you tattle on someone, you give information about them to a person in a authority, especially if they have done something wrong. This word is used by and about children.

e.g. Instruct our children not to battle on one another. 


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