雅思口语:地道英语表达

发布时间:2014-01-07 16:41:52 来源:宁波朗阁培训中心 编辑:宁波朗阁小编
我们都知道,在雅思口语考试中,能够用地道的语言回答考官的问题,是获得高分的关键。那什么样的口语才算是地道的呢?在备考时如何训...
       我们都知道,在雅思口语考试中,能够用地道的语言回答考官的问题,是获得高分的关键。那什么样的口语才算是地道的呢?在备考时如何训练地道的口语表达。下面,宁波朗阁培训小编整理一些常见的地道英语给大家参考。
 
To hold against – to blame on, to put the blame on
Usual subjects: people
Usual objects: it; failure, shortcomings; a grudge
Usual NPs: people
When it is used, a that-clause will follow the NP to explain it.
 
I hold it against him that he refused to help me.
Do you hold it against Mary that she divorced you?
I can hold his failure against him because he never tried for a passing grade.
Why do you hold a grudge against him?
 
To leave to – to make responsible for, to leave in charge of
Usual subject: people
Usual Objects: work, arrangements; everything, it all, things
Usual NPs: people
 
The president left the conference arrangements to his assistant.
Don’t leave everything to him; you should help out too!
If you leave it all to me, I promise that I’ll carry it out well.
 
To lend to –   to make important, to make believable
Usual subjects: support, help, backing; proof, facts, research
Usual objects: importance, significance, credence, meaning
Usual NPs: view, theory, analysis, belief, idea
 
The support of the government lent importance to the new economic theory of marketing control.
The laboratory research will lend significance to the police analysis of the crime.
Proof of outer space people would lend credence to a belief in UFO’s.
 
To put through –   to cause to pass or succeed
Usual subjects: people
Usual objects: people, oneself; bill, measure, proposed law
Usual NPs: school, university, college; Congress, Senate, legislature
This idiom is very common when: 1) a student is supported or supports himself in college or 2) a politician or group succeeds in getting support for a law.
 
Joe was lucky that his parents put him through college.
Mike wasn’t so lucky because he had to put himself through university.
The lobby against pollution helped to put an air-quality control bill through Congress.
 
To draw from – to obtain from, to get from
Usual subjects: people
Usual objects: pleasure, comfort; relief, consolation
Usual NPs: knowledge, thought, realization, fact
The NP is usually explained further in a following that-clause.
 
The retiring chairman drew pleasure from the knowledge that he had put forth his best effort.
When the student was refused by Harvard University, he drew consolation from the fact that hundred s of other students were also not accepted.
 
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To engage in – to make busy, to make occupied
Usual subjects: people
Usual objects: people, oneself
Usual NPs: some activity
 
The employer engaged his new workers in hard labor.
The diligent student engaged himself in concentrated study.
The car salesman engaged me in a long conversation about why he put Chevrolets above Ford.
 
To confuse with– to fail to tell apart
Usual subject: people
Usual objects: people; real, genuine, or authentic product
Usual NPs: people; fake or imitation product
 
It’s hard to tell the Smith twins apart, so people often confuse one brother with the other.
I confused a similar car with mine in the parking lot.
 
To devote to – to make much effort in, to dedicate oneself to
Usual subjects: people
Usual objects: oneself; time, thought, effort, attention, energy
Usual NPs: a worthwhile purpose or activity (often a Verb + ing form)
 
The young doctor devoted himself to helping the poor and sick.
The athlete devoted much energy to getting ahead in his sport.
The teacher devoted much time to going over the vocabulary.
 
To put above – to regard as more important than
Usual subject: people
Usual objects: something important (to the subject)
Usual NPs: something less important; all else, everything else
 
If you lead someone one, you put self-interest above truth.
He quit his job to go with her to Europe because he puts his love for her above his work.
A good husband and wife who want to succeed will put their marriage above all else.
 
To pull through – to help to get over, to assist in recovery
Usual subjects: people (doctor, family, friend); government
Usual objects: people (patient, family member); country
Usual NPs: sickness, illness; difficult period, hard times, emergency
 
The competent doctors pulled the patient through his serious illness by giving him the best possible attention.
Tom’s family pulled him through the difficult period following his wife’s death.
The weak government leaned on the U.S. to pull the country through the emergency.
 
       以上就是雅思口语考试中常可用到的地道英语表达,大家可参考学习,训练出一口流利顺畅和地道的英语。

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