字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Neil: Almost there, Feifei. Feifei: Can't wait. What a climb it has been, Neil! Neil: And... there we are. Wow, it is beautiful! Feifei: I can see for miles... Neil: I could just sit on this mountain all day. Ahh... What? I thought I had turned it off. Oh, it's my dentist. Oh, man. Hello? OK. Yeah, yeah, that's fine. Bye. Feifei: What did she say? Neil: She said it's time for my annual check-up. Feifei: That's good, isn't it? Neil: No, I hate going to the dentist. Sorry, I can't enjoy this view any more. I'm heading back. What a buzzkill! Feifei: Neil! Neil, come back! Well, he's off. Poor Neil was enjoying the view up here so much, but the news about his check-up completely ruined his mood. We can call something like that a 'buzzkill'. It kills your 'buzz', in other words, your happy mood. I'd better catch up with him. Listen to these examples. My holiday was amazing, but on the way back my plane was delayed for over six hours. That was a major buzzkill! Jim was excited to move into his new apartment. But it was a huge buzzkill when he discovered mice in the bedroom. I scored three goals last week but then got a really nasty injury in the last minute. The doctor said I can't play for two months now. Bit of a buzzkill! Feifei: You're listening to The English We Speak from BBC Learning English. The expression we're looking at in this programme is 'buzzkill'. Neil! Neil! Stop! Neil: No, no, no, Feifei. It's not the same. I'm just not in the mood any more. Feifei: Last time I went to the dentist, she said my teeth were fine. You brush every day, don't you? Neil: Yes. Feifei: And there's no pain? Neil: Not at the moment. Feifei: Well, it will probably be fine. Hey, don't ruin my climb as well. Let's go back up! Neil: Oh, OK. Sorry, I don't mean to be a buzzkill. You're right. Feifei: And I've got some lovely, sweets to enjoy. Here, they're sugar-free. Neil: Thanks. Oh, tasty. Bye. Feifei: Bye.