新概念英语第二册课堂笔记 第五十四课
 
lesson 54

sticky adj 粘的
finger n 手指
pie n 馅饼
mix v 混合,拌和
pastry n 面糊
annoying adj 恼人的
recelver n 电话的话筒
dismay v 失望,泄气
recognize v 认出,听出
persuade v 说服,劝说
mess n 乱七八糟
doorknob n 门把手
sign v 签字
register v 挂号邮寄

as sticky as glue和胶水一样粘
thumb大拇指
index finger食指
middle finger中指
ring finger无名指
little finger小指
toe脚趾
mixture n混合物
it is annoying
annoyed感到烦恼的
比anger的语气弱
dismay sb让某人感到失望
dismaying令人失望
dismayed感到失望
reason with sb劝说
try to persuade 劝说 persuade表示劝说已经成功
what a mess!
you are a mess!你真邋遢
the man/woman is a mess
make a mess of sth把...搅得乱七八糟
he made a mess of my job他把我的工作搅得一团糟
sign your name here在这签名
signature签名
i need your signature我需要你的签名
autograph明星,名人的签名
registered letter挂号信
sign for签收

text

sticky fingers

After breakfast, I sent the children to
school and then I went to market. It was
still early when I returned home. The
children were at school, my husband was
at work and the house was quiet. So I
decided to make some tarts for tea. In a
short time I was busy mixing butter and
flour and my hands were soon covered
with sticky pastry. At exactly that mo-
ment, the telephone rang. Nothing could
have been more annoying. I picked up the
receiver between two sticky fingers and
was dismayed when I recognized the
voice of Mrs Bates. It took me ten minutes
to persuade her to ring back later. At last
I hung up the receiver. What a mess!
There was pastry on my fingers, on the telephone, and on the door-knobs. I had
no sooner got back to the kitchen than the door-bell rang loud enough to wake
the dead. This time it was the postman and he wanted me to sign for a registered
letter !

after breakfast在吃过早饭后
i send the children to school送孩子上学
at school在上学
at work 在上班
at home在家休息
be busy doing忙于做某事
flour面粉,不可数名词
be covered with盖满
at exactly that monent就在那时
no one could be/have been没有人...
no one could be /have been fatter没有人更胖了
nothing could have been cheaper没有什么东西更便宜了
no face could be uglier没有一张脸更丑了
no books could be more interesting没有书更有趣了
nothing could have been more exciting没有什么事情更令人激动
pick up the receiver捡起话筒
persuade sb to do sth说服某人做某事
it takes sb some time to do sth花费某人多久做某事
ring back:1。回电话,2、再打电话
hang up挂起
hang up the receiver挂断电话
no sooner...than...
hardly...when...
enough足够的 1、n. i have/had had enough
2、adj enough+n,n+enough
i have enough time/time enough
enough修饰名词放在被修饰词的前面或后面
3、adv不修饰只修饰adj或者adv
enough修饰adj或者adv时一定要放在被修饰词的后面
enough to do sth足以用来做某事
he is rich enoudh to buy the whole city他富有的可以买下整个城市
i am hungry enough to eat sth
在dead,young,old前面可以直接加the
the+adj表示...一类人
the rich富人 the young 年轻人 the blind瞎子
the English英国人 Englishman,Englishwoman

letter writing

pleased to do非常高兴的
在信的第一段里,你应该提及你已经收到的一封信或促使你回信的某一事件
如:i was very pleased to learn that you are well

multiple choice
5、nothing + be more annoying表达最高级含义
8、join的两种用法
1、join the army/join the party
2、join us!