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    諺語名言繞口令

    成語對對碰:英漢合璧的俚語和諺語

    明日東方科技有限公司   發布時間:2012-03-02

     

    來源:新浪教育
     
     
        俚語和諺語是英語學習中的一大絆腳石。我們不明白這些俗語的含義,是因為我們和英語國家的文化背景不同。如果能在漢語中為這些俗語找到對應的說法,問題就解決了。我們向你介紹一些英漢合璧的俚語和諺語,幫助你的英語學習更上一層樓。
     
      1.After meat, mustard; after death, doctor
     
      雨后送傘
     
      Explanation: this describes a situation where assistance or comfortis given when it is too late。
     
      Example: just as I had cancelled my application to go abroad, I hada promise of money for my fare. It was a case of after death, thedoctor。
     
      2.After praising the wine they sell us vinegar
     
      掛羊頭賣狗肉
     
      Explanation: to offer to give or sell something that is inferior towhat you claim it to be。
     
      Example: that fellow completely misled us about what he was capableof doing. After praising the wine, he sold us vinegar。
     
      3.All is over but the shouting
     
      大勢已去
     
      Explanation: finally decided or won; brought to the end; not ableto be changed。
     
      Example: after Bill’s touch down, the game is all over butshouting。
     
      4.All lay load on the willing horse
     
      人善被人欺,馬善被人騎
     
      Explanation: a willing horse is someone who is always doing thingsfor others. Very often the implication is that others impose onhim。
     
      Examples: the trouble is you're too good-natured and people takeadvantage of it. all lay load on the willing horse. You will haveto learn to refuse people who ask too much。
     
      5.anger and haste hinder good counsel
     
      小不忍則亂大謀
     
      Explanation: one can not act wisely when one is angry or in ahurry。
     
      Example: you should calm down before you decide the next move.Anger and haste hinder good counsel。
     
      6.As poor as a church mouse
     
      一貧如洗
     
      Explanation: to be exceedingly poor, having barely to liveupon。
     
      Example: he has a large family, and is poor as a churchmouse。
     
      Note: a church is one of the few buildings that contain nofood。
     
      7.A word spoken is past recalling
     
      一言既出,駟馬難追
     
      Explanation: the harm done by a careless word can not easilyundo。
     
      Example: for the rest of his life he regretted what he had said,but a word spoken is past recalling and he knew he could neverrepair the damage of that moment of harshness。
     
      8.World is but a little place, after all
     
      天涯原咫尺,到處可逢君
     
      Explanation: it is used when a person meets someone he knows or isin someway connected with him in a place where he would never haveexpected to do so。
     
      Example: Who would have thought I would bump into an old schoolmateon a trek up Mount Tai. The world is but a little place afterall。
     
      9.When in Rome, do as the Romans do
     
      入鄉隨俗
     
      Explanation: conform to the manners and customs of those amongstwhom you live。
     
      Example: I know you have egg and bacon for breakfast at home, butnow you are on the Continent you will do as the Romans do and takecoffee and rolls。
     
      10.What you lose on the swings you get back on theroundabouts
     
      失之東隅,收之桑榆
     
      Explanation: a rough way of starting a law of average; if you havebad luck on one day you have good on another; if one ventureresults in loss try a fresh one---it may succeed。
     
      Example: he may always possess merits which make up for everything;if he loses on the swings, he may win on the roundabouts。
     
      11.What are the odds so long as you are happy
     
      知足者常樂
     
      Explanation: what does anything else matter if a person ishappy。
     
      Example: you complain so much, but you have a good family, parents,health, and money. What’s the odd so long as you’re happy。
     
      12.Entertain an angel unawares
     
      有眼不識泰山
     
      Explanation: to receive a great personage as a guest withoutknowing his merits。
     
      Example: in the course of evening someone informed her that she wasentertaining an angel unawares, in the shape of a composer of thegreatest promise
     
      13.every dog has his day
     
      是人皆有出頭日
     
      Explanation: fortune comes to each in turn
     
      Example: they say that every dog has his day; but mine seems a verylong time coming。
     
      14.every potter praises his own pot
     
      王婆買瓜,自賣自夸
     
      Explanation: people are loath to refer to defects in theirpossessions or their family members
     
      Example: he said that his teacher considered his work brilliant,but I would rather hear it from his teacher’s own mouth. Everypotter praises his own pot
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