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  • Alright, welcome back to Weekly Words. My name is Alisha, and today we're going to

    歡迎回到Weekly Words,我是Alisha,今天的主題是

  • talk about body idioms. Yeah! Let’s start.

    身體的慣用語,我們開始吧

  • Back to backis the first one. ‘Back to backmeans one right after another.

    第一個「Back to back」,意思為接連不斷

  • In a sentence; “I have two meetings back to back today, I am so busy”.

    例如,「我今天要連續開兩個會議,我好忙阿」

  • The next idiom iscan't stomach’. Nice job, stomach.

    下一個是「can't stomach」,這個慣用語很棒

  • Can't stomachmeans that you don't like something. Used to refer to food or just

    「can't stomach」意思是你不喜歡某個東西,大多是指討厭食物

  • something that's gross. Something that's really gross. “I can't stomach the thought

    或令人作噁之物,一些讓你反感的東西,「我無法想像嚥下

  • of eating that old pie.” “I can't stomach the thought of working with that guy another

    那個...存放很久的派」「我已無法忍受跟那個男子一起工作

  • day, he's terrible. Stevens!”

    他太可怕了,Stevens!」

  • Next phrase iseyes are bigger than one's stomach’.

    下一個「eyes are bigger than one's stomach」

  • When you're at the supermarket, or when you're at a restaurant and you see a picture

    當你在超市或餐廳時,你看到食物的圖片

  • of food, or you see a food item in front of you, and you think to yourself, “That looks

    或你看到食物模型在你面前,心裡湧現一個念頭,「看起來好好吃阿

  • really good. I'm going to get that/I'm going to buy that.” Then it comes to you

    我要吃它/我要買它」,突然你又想到

  • and you realize you can't eat it all. This is the phrase that we use; “My eyes were

    你根本嚥不下那麼多食物,我們就會用這個片語「eyes are bigger than one's stomach

  • bigger than my stomach. I saw it and it looked delicious, but I can’t put all of that food

    食物看起來超好吃,但我的胃容量有限」

  • in my stomach”. “I ordered a blooming onion one time and I couldn't eat it all.

    「我有一次點一份炸洋蔥花球,我根本吃不完阿

  • My eyes were bigger than my stomach.”

    eyes are bigger than one's stomach」

  • Next is ‘a pain in the neck’. A pain in the neck. There are a few other

    下一個「a pain in the neck」,還有關於其他身體部位

  • variations on other body parts that you might be able to use with this, ‘a pain in the…’

    疼痛的片語,你或許會說「...很疼痛」

  • something else. ‘Pain in the neckis something that's troublesome, or something

    「脖子很疼痛」意思是令人覺得麻煩的事物,或是

  • that you don't want to have to worry about. Something that bothers you, that's trouble.

    你不想在意的事情,某些事讓你操心,那就是麻煩

  • In a sentence, “I have so many reports that I need to catch up on this week, it's a

    例如「我這禮拜要趕很多報告

  • real pain in the neck”. That's a true story actually; I have to write a bunch of

    超煩的啦」,這是真人真事,我今天要寫好多報告

  • reports today.

  • Topull one's own weightis the next one.

    下一個是「pull one's own weight」

  • To pull your weightmeans to do the job that you're assigned to do. You have

    「pull one's own weight」意思是做好份內工作

  • something that you need to be responsible for, so you need to make sure you do it.

    你負責某些工作並且確保自己有完成

  • In a sentence, “Steven didn't pull his weight at the meeting last week. I'm afraid

    例如「Steven在上禮拜的會議中沒有盡到他的責任

  • we're going to have to let him go”. “Pull your weight Stevens! You're bringing us

    恐怕他不能繼續在這待下去了」,「加把勁阿Steven!

  • down.”

    你在扯我們後腿」

  • The next is the end. This was body idioms this week, so try out a few of these and we'll

    結束啦,這些是身體慣用語,可以應用在生活上

  • see you again next time for more fun stuff. Bye!

    下次再教你們更多有趣的東西,再會囉!

Alright, welcome back to Weekly Words. My name is Alisha, and today we're going to

歡迎回到Weekly Words,我是Alisha,今天的主題是

字幕與單字

影片操作 你可以在這邊進行「影片」的調整,以及「字幕」的顯示

A2 初級 中文 美國腔 慣用語 食物 身體 片語 禮拜 會議

每週愛麗舍英語單詞--人體成語。 (Weekly English Words with Alisha - Body Idioms)

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