Thanksgiving /感恩节

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  • Thanksgiving ACT II
  • I love parades.
  • The Thanksgiving Day parade is always such great fun.
  • Look at that Superman balloon!
  • Wowee! Just floating along high above Central Park West.
  • Don't you just love it?
  • Oh, and the bands and the music.
  • John Philip Sousa.
  • I love his music.
  • Da dada da da dada da da da da da da dada.
  • Oh, look at that float, Robbie.
  • Look at those funny-looking clowns.
  • It's for kids.
  • Maybe so, but parades always make me feel like a kid.
  • Remember when you and your dad and I
  • went to the Thanksgiving Day parade?
  • You were four or five years old, I think.
  • Hello, hello.... Oh, hi, Susan.
  • How are you?... Here's Mom.
  • Hello, Susan.
  • Yes, he missed a phone call from Alexandra.
  • Yes, I know, but he'll get over it.
  • Good. Then you'll be here about five?
  • Oh, fine.
  • I look forward to seeing you and Harry and Michelle.
  • Drive carefully.
  • Good-bye.
  • Taste Ellen's turkey dressing.
  • It's delicious.
  • I'm not surprised.
  • It's Grandma's recipe.
  • It's my favorite part of the meal.
  • What about my famous apple pie?
  • Dad, your apple pie is my favorite dessert.
  • How's the parade?
  • OK.
  • Mom! Is it for me?
  • No, Robbie.
  • Who was it?
  • Wrong number.
  • Philip, would you join me in the kitchen, please?
  • It's getting late.
  • We have vegetables to prepare.
  • Can I help with anything?
  • No, honey.
  • You just relax with Grandpa.
  • I'll get you to help serve later.
  • Ellen reminds me so much of Grandma.
  • What time does the Michigan football game come on?
  • Four.
  • Philip!
  • I'll be back to see the game.
  • Grandpa, when did Dad graduate from Michigan?
  • Let me think.
  • He graduated from medical school in 1960
  • and from the University of Michigan in 1956.
  • Did you go to Michigan, too, Grandpa?
  • Yup. I graduated in 1937.
  • I've got to start thinking about college soon.


  • parade:游行。
  • balloon:气球。
  • Wowee!啊哈!You can say Wow! or Wowee! when you are surprised or excited. Wowee! is usaully a child's expression. Both sounds are informal. 感到惊讶或是兴奋时,可以说Wow!或Wowee Wowee通常是儿童用语。这两种表达都是在非正式场合用的。
  • band:乐队。
  • float:游行时用的模型彩车。
  • clown:小丑,丑角。
  • Maybe so.=Maybe that's true.也许是这样,或许是吧。
  • get over it:to stop feeling bad about it. 恢复平静情绪。注意,这个短语不可分,over是个介词,其后的代词不能放置在over之前。本句话:He (Robbie)will get over it. 他会好;会过去的;过会儿就好了。
  • look forward to:to wait for with pleasure. 期待着,盼望着。A verb following this expression is always in the -ing form. 注意,这个短语后跟-ing形式或名同。例如:Grandpa is looking foward to little Tom's coming. The children are looking for ward to Christmas Day. I'm looking forward to visiting your country.
  • turkey dressing:pieces of bread with spices, of ten cooked inside the turkey. 火鸡填料(面包涂上调味料,塞在火鸡肚里烤)。This kind of dress ing is sometimes called stuffing. 这种dressing有时也称为stuffing。
  • recipe:食谱,配方。
  • Wrong number. =Someone called the wrong telephone number. 号码错了。
  • to help serve:to help to serve. 帮忙分菜,帮忙端菜上桌。 After the verb help, the word to is not necessary before another verb. 动同 help之后的动同之前可省去不定式符号to。例如:He helped finish the job. She helps me take care of my  baby.
  • Michigan:the University of Michigan. 密歇根大学。The University of Michigan is a large university in the state of Michigan. Michigan大学是密歇根州的一所规模很大的大学。
  • come on:to begin. 开始。Use come on with this meaning only to refer to television or radio programs. 只有在指电视或广播节目时,come on才有此含义。
  • Yup.= Yes.是的,对。This is an informal way to say yes. 这是yes的一种非正式说法。
  • I've got to…=I have got to… or I have to …我得……,我必须……。 This expression means“I must”.与“I must”的意思相同。





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