19.6.5 【地道美语102】向人求助开不了口?别难为情,有事您说话 It’s ok to ask for help

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周三主题:Real Life English 【最简美式口语102】【地道美语102向人求助开不了口?别难为情,有事您说话 It’s ok to ask for help


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向人求助开不了口?有问题自己撑自己扛?It’s ok to ask for help 求助很正常,生活中不是所有的事都能自己搞定,大事不愿与人诉说也无妨,小事常常让朋友帮忙参谋,给个建议伸个援手不仅高效解决问题还有利于维系友情,俗语说患难才能见真情?【地道美语102】开不了口?有事您说话

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dialogue 1

Jingjing: Mark, can I ask you for some advice?

Mark: Sure, I hope I can help.

Jingjing: Well, you remember ------and her husband,------------, right?

Mark: Sure. How could I forget the ------------?

Jingjing: Right, well Gaofeng is pretty--------. And Meili feels like she can't----------------------- about it.

Mark: They don't work together, do they?

Jingjing: No. But Meili tries to ask ----------, and he just says “----------------.”

Mark: That's -------- for a guy. He probably doesn't think she ---------. So, ----------------about problems from work.

Jingjing: I don't think she planned on ----- She probably just wanted to-------.

Mark: Yeah, but guys always give each other ----------------.

Jingjing: ------------ he knows her already? They've been ------ for more than a year.

Mark: That may be. But if she asked him about work after-----, he was probably too tired to think about the -------------.

Jingjing: Hmm. I guess so. So, what do guys do when one of them has had a----------?

Mark: They just -------------------. -----------------------

Jingjing: Well, I guess the differences between --------explains why men and women have so much trouble---------when they get into-------------------------.

Mark: You said it!

dialogue 2

Jingjing: So, Mark, don't you think a lot of people should ------------------- about getting help and advice?

Mark: Definitely. But it's ---------. Kinda like giving advice is easier than ----------it.

Jingjing: Do you think it's a good idea for someone to------- when there's something they can't do --------------------?

Mark: It sounds like a good idea. If people can't ------------ it might not be so bad for them to ---------- on their own, especially if they're their ------------------.

Jingjing: ---------------------------------------------

Mark: I couldn't agree more. It's good for friends to ask e--------for help-----------. Since it's so hard to ask for help when there's a----------, it's good to ask for help -------------------

Jingjing: That keeps the ---------------------, doesn't it?

Mark: Yeah, it helps people to--------- and get used to -----------------

Jingjing: So, someone could ask their friend to ----------------then later ask that same friend for -------------, right?

Mark: Right, it would probably feel easier to ask ----------------. And friends who ask each other for help a lot have---------------------------------.

Jingjing: Exactly. Friends shouldn't-------------each other in times of need.

Mark: That reminds me of the old saying:-----------------------------

Jingjing: Do you think that's about the friend n------ or the friend who helps -------------------

Mark: The saying is about ---------friends, isn't it? I think that's what makes it so ----------------

Jingjing: That and it -------------------.

Mark: Right, and that. Ha ha.

new words and phrases

from dialogue 1

get through to (someone) understand someone, help them

there's no point in (doing something) it's not worthwhile to do something

see eye to eye understand each other

from dialogue 2

get past (an obstacle) do something, even though there's a problem (Chou doufu is yummy, if you can get past the smell. Jack is a good guy to know, if you can get past how much he talks about himself.)

on a regular basis (adverbial of frequency) often, usually

shy away from (something / doing something) avoid, feel reluctant to...


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