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48个国际音标 1、单元音 长元音：/iː/、 /ɜː/、 /ɔː/、 /uː/、 /ɑː/、 短元音：/ɪ/、 /ə/、 /ɒ/、 /ʊ/、 /ʌ/、 /æ/、 /e/、 2、... [详细]
cast pearls before swine .
a hog in a silk waistcoat is still a hog.
猪学人样 只是徒劳 。
how does... grab you?
used to ask if someone would like to do something or is interested in something
We could have a picnic in the par
how dare she, you, etc.!
used to express anger about something someone has done
How dare you use my car without asking!
used to ask how or why something has happened
So how come you missed the train?
"We had to stop in Birmingham." "How
how do you like...?
used when asking someone how they like their drinks made
"How do you like your tea?" "Milk and one sugar, please."
how should I know?
I cannot be expected to know
"Where's Mikey?" "How should I know? He's hardly ever in the office these days."
(how much) do you want to bet?
said in answer to something that someone has said, meaning that you are certain that they are wrong
used to emphasize a statement or to mean "certainly"
"Are you coming to the party?" "You bet!"
you could have knocked me down/over with a feather
said when you are extremely surprised
you know something?
you know what?
said before giving an opinion or a piece of information
You know something? I
you live and learn
said when you hear or discover something that is surprising
I had no idea they were related. Oh well, you
you name it
used to say there are many things to choose from
Gin, vodka, whisky, beer - you name it, I've got it.
you may well ask
it would be very interesting to know
How could Jonathan afford to buy a new car? You may well ask.
you have no idea
said for emphasis when you are describing how good or bad an experience is
Flying a plane is wonderful, you have n
you have (got) to be kidding
you must be kidding
used to show that you are very surprised by what someone has said and do not accept it
you got it
used to say that you will quickly do what someone has asked you to do
"Would you get me a coffee?" "Sure, you
a phrase with little meaning, used while you are trying to think of what to say next
Well I just thought, you know, I'd better
You don't say!
used either to express surprise or lack of surprise in a humorous and slightly unkind way
You could have heard a pin drop.
something that you say in order to describe a situation where there was complete silence, especially because people were very
You could cut the atmosphere with a knife.
used to describe a situation in which everyone is feeling very angry or nervous and you feel that something unpleas
(you can) depend on/upon it.
you can be certain
You haven't heard the last of this, depend upon it.
You can't win 'em all.
something you say that means it is not possible to succeed at everything you do
It would have been g
You can't say fairer than that.
used to say that you think an offer or arrangement is good
You can't make bricks without straw.
used to say that you cannot make something without the necessary materials