19-11-27【地道美语124】实用tips:普通朋友如何挑选生日礼物?参考三原则

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dialogue 1

Jingjing: Hey Mark, can I get some ----- from you?

Mark:  Sure. I hope I can help.  -------------?

Jingjing: Well, ------ are having birthdays soon.  And I'm-----both of theirparties.

Mark:  Ok. I think you should---------.  You'll -----------.

Jingjing: Um, I'll go if---------.  That's not my question.  ------- as apresent?

Mark:  Oh,got it.  Are your friends------, or from ---------------?

Jingjing: One is Chinese, and the other is--------------.  That's why I'masking you.

Mark:  Well,there are not that many-----------.  Besides, I don't know of anythinglike-------- or ------------that you'd want to-----------------------.

Jingjing: Ok.  So, what do you think is a ----------- in general?

Mark:  --------------?

Jingjing:  ------------------------.

Mark:  Right. Then you've got to-------- that there'll be people at the party who are ------------giving a very special gift.  I'd suggest giving something--------- but nottoo ----------------.

Jingjing: Well, --------------giving her a Faberge egg.

Mark:  ----------. You want to give something that can ---------, not something the birthdaygirl will have to --------------------.

Jingjing:  Bythat rationale, a ----------------- would be a good gift.

Mark:  Well,one that you --------- on a trip to the southern------------this time of yearmight be---------, though-------------------would still be better.

Jingjing: Hmm, what other advice can you give.

Mark:  I have--------------.

 

 

dialogue 2

Jingjing: Ok.  So you were going to give me some -------------------for myfriend.

Mark:  Right. Principle one was to---------------that can be used up.  Principletwo is that good things --------------------.

Jingjing:  I ---------withyou there.  What do you think of a ----------------?  

Mark:  That'sa good gift for a--------to give an ----------------at the office.

Jingjing:  We--------, though she is a former ----------------

Mark:  Well,it might be a----------.  I'd like to bounce some more ideas offof you first, though.

Jingjing: Great, that's ------------------for.

Mark:  Whatdo you think about giving --------?  It's the --------- here. Everybody can do well with some--------moisturizer or ----------------.

Jingjing: Good idea, but I remember her being ---------------------------

Mark:  Yeah,a good moisturizer runs -----------hundred.  I still think ------- wouldbe okay, because it'd only cost---------that's probably better than -----------now.

Jingjing: That's about my p----------.  Anything else you want to ---------------?

Mark:  So,principle three is ----------.  Hand cream is simple.  So issomething like a -------------.  Everybody uses those.

Jingjing: Yeah, but I thought you said it should be something------------------

Mark:  Oh,right.  Oops.  A --------------- might not be ideal.

Jingjing: Actually, she's a ---------.  She might like a ---------, comingfrom a former colleague.

Mark:  Youcould always -----------------------

Jingjing: That's a good idea, especially if she ----------them there and I see shegot one of those already.

Mark:  Andyou could always ---------, or keep it ---------and give it at the ------------.

Jingjing:  Haha!  That's -----------

 

new words andphrases

 

from dialogue 1

have yourself atime (verb phrase, idiom)  have a good time, take it easy

good thinking  goodidea

by that rationale  accordingto your idea, ...

 

 

from dialogue 2

bounce some ideasoff <someone> (verb phrase)  make a suggestion for a person,without the person having to take the suggestion too seriously (often-times,the person being asked does not have to apply the suggestion himself/herself)

price range (noun) what someone is willing to pay for something, from the lowest to thehighest acceptable price

run<something> by <someone> (phrasal verb)  make a suggestion for aperson, to see if it's an OK idea (this is often-times used when an employeeasks his/her boss if something is OK according to company policy)

killing two birdswith one stone (proverb)  do one thing, but get two things done

 


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Good thinking. Not really. Not much. By that rationale, have yourself a time. Bounce ideas off of sb. Price range.

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