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L2-2-1 Listening

Showing up late to work

Showing up late to work

Danis a pilot

上班迟到

上班迟到

Heworks for Global airlines

“Punctuality is critical,” says Rosalinda Oropeza Randall, an etiquette
and civility expert and author of “Don’t Burp in the Boardroom.”

“Punctuality is critical,” says Rosalinda Oropeza Randall, an etiquette
and civility expert and author of “Don’t Burp in the Boardroom.”

Globalairlines is an airline company

礼仪和礼貌专家、《不要在会议室打嗝》一书的作者罗莎琳达-奥罗佩萨-兰德尔说:“准时很重要”。

礼仪和礼貌专家、《不要在会议室打嗝》一书的作者罗莎琳达-奥罗佩萨-兰德尔说:“准时很重要”。

Danflies airplanes all over the world

“The professional thing to do is to arrive on time, ready to do what is
expected, ” she says.

“The professional thing to do is to arrive on time, ready to do what is
expected, ” she says.

He’stall and he has brown hair

她说:“准时到达,为即将开始的工作事务做好准备,才显得你很专业。”

她说:“准时到达,为即将开始的工作事务做好准备,才显得你很专业。”

Heoften wears sunglasses

Similarly, arriving late to meetings shows that you neither respect your
coworkers — who showed up on time, by the way — nor the meeting
organizer.

Similarly, arriving late to meetings shows that you neither respect your
coworkers — who showed up on time, by the way — nor the meeting
organizer.

Lisais a student

同样,开会迟到表示你既不尊重按时到达的同事,也不尊重会议组织者。

同样,开会迟到表示你既不尊重按时到达的同事,也不尊重会议组织者。

Shehas black hair

Keeping people waiting can be construed as inconsiderate, rude, or
arrogant.

Keeping people waiting can be construed as inconsiderate, rude, or
arrogant.

Shehas a around face

如果你让同事们等你,大家会认为你不顾及他人、无礼或者傲慢。

如果你让同事们等你,大家会认为你不顾及他人、无礼或者傲慢。

She’swearing a yellow dress

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Eating particularly smelly food at your desk

Cancylives in Canada .she has 3 children

Eating particularly smelly food at your desk

在办公桌前吃一些怪味食品

Herhusband is Paul

在办公桌前吃一些怪味食品

Experts say you should never eat lunch at your desk because it’s
unhealthy and makes you less productive.

Shehas brown hair and blue eyes

Experts say you should never eat lunch at your desk because it’s
unhealthy and makes you less productive.

专家表示,绝对不应该在办公桌前吃午餐,因为既不健康,还降低工作效率。

Thismen is 65 years old. He has 3 grandchildren

专家表示,绝对不应该在办公桌前吃午餐,因为既不健康,还降低工作效率。

But eating lunch at your desk doesn’t just affect you — foods that are
messy, crumby, smelly, or noisy can have a serious impact on your
coworkers’ productivity.

Hehas grey hair. He also has a grey beard

But eating lunch at your desk doesn’t just affect you — foods that are
messy, crumby, smelly, or noisy can have a serious impact on your
coworkers’ productivity.

而且,在办公桌前吃午餐不仅仅会影响到你自己。黏糊糊、碎屑掉一地、发出怪味的食品或者吃东西的噪音还会严重影响同事的工作效率。

Healways wears glasses

而且,在办公桌前吃午餐不仅仅会影响到你自己。黏糊糊、碎屑掉一地、发出怪味的食品或者吃东西的噪音还会严重影响同事的工作效率。

This is especially true for pungent foods, which can be hard to ignore.

Hewears glasses because he can’t see very well

This is especially true for pungent foods, which can be hard to ignore.

特别是一些辛辣刺激口味的食品,人人都能闻到。

Thisis Lisa’s class schedule for today

特别是一些辛辣刺激口味的食品,人人都能闻到。

Interrupting

Shegets to school at 7:55

Smelly foods like the following should stay out of the office:

打断别人

Herfirst class starts at 8:00. It’s her math class

不要在办公室吃下面这些怪味食品。

“It’s rude to interrupt. When you do, it shows others that you don’t
have any respect, judgment, or patience,” Randall says.

Itlasts for 50 minutes

  • Reheated fish 重新加热的鱼

兰德尔说:“打断别人很无礼。如果你打断别人,人们会觉得你不尊重别人、没有眼力见,也毫无耐心。”

Itfinishes at 8:50

While participation can earn you some brownie points, bad timing can
wipe those points away.

Shehas a 10-minutes break from 8:50 until 9:00

  • Hard boiled eggs 煮鸡蛋

虽然积极参与会给人留下好印象,但在不恰当的时机插话会把这个好印象一扫而光。

Itfinishes at 9:50

Making personal calls all day long

Thenshe has another 10 minutes break

  • Brussels sprouts 球芽甘蓝

整天都在打私人电话

Herthird and fourth classes go until 11:50

Talking or texting with friends or family on company time is
unprofessional and could be against company policy, Randall says. What’s
more, doing it during a break is fine, but these correspondences should
be kept out of the workplace, even the lunch room.

Sheand her classmates have lunch at 12:00

  • Raw onions 生洋葱

兰德尔说,在上班时间和亲友打电话或发短信很不职业,可能还会违反公司规章制度。而且,尽管在休息时间这样做完全没问题,但最好远离办公室,甚至是午餐室。

Theyeat in the cafeteria

“You never know when your boss may walk by for an impromptu chat,” she
says. “What will they see or hear?”

Hermorning classes go until 11:50

  • Garlic 大蒜

她说:“你永远不知道老板什么时候会突然走过来和大家聊聊。他们会看到听到什么呢?”

Afterlunch she has her first afternoon class

“If the topic of conversation is of a delicate nature, be sure to keep
it private. One overheard juicy tidbit can spread like wildfire,”
Randall says.

It’sstarts at 1:00 and finishes at 1:50

  • Pungent spices 辛辣的调味料

“如果谈话的主题有些隐私,要确保打电话的地方够私密。被人无意中听到的小道消息会迅速传播。”

Todayit’s her science class

Avoiding work social events

Herlast class starts at 2:00 and finishes at 2:50

  • Tuna salad 金枪鱼沙拉

不参加工作社交

Afterschool. She walks to the subway.

Whether you’re shy or you feel like you have better things to do, never
attending company-hosted events, declining coworker lunches, and calling
in sick on team building days gives the impression that you are
antisocial, arrogant, and not a part of the team, Randall says.

Shegets home around 3:45

  • Stinky cheese 臭奶酪
  • Interrupting

    打断别人

    “It’s rude to interrupt. When you do, it shows others that you don’t
    have any respect, judgment, or patience,” Randall says.

    兰德尔说:“打断别人很无礼。如果你打断别人,人们会觉得你不尊重别人、没有眼力见,也毫无耐心。”

    While participation can earn you some brownie points, bad timing can
    wipe those points away.

    虽然积极参与会给人留下好印象,但在不恰当的时机插话会把这个好印象一扫而光。

  • Making personal calls all day long

    整天都在打私人电话

    Talking or texting with friends or family on company time is
    unprofessional and could be against company policy, Randall says.
    What’s more, doing it during a break is fine, but these
    correspondences should be kept out of the workplace, even the lunch
    room.

    兰德尔说,在上班时间和亲友打电话或发短信很不职业,可能还会违反公司规章制度。而且,尽管在休息时间这样做完全没问题,但最好远离办公室,甚至是午餐室。

    “You never know when your boss may walk by for an impromptu chat,”
    she says. “What will they see or hear?”

    她说:“你永远不知道老板什么时候会突然走过来和大家聊聊。他们会看到听到什么呢?”

    “If the topic of conversation is of a delicate nature, be sure to
    keep it private. One overheard juicy tidbit can spread like
    wildfire,” Randall says.

    “如果谈话的主题有些隐私,要确保打电话的地方够私密。被人无意中听到的小道消息会迅速传播。”

    Avoiding work social events

    不参加工作社交

    Whether you’re shy or you feel like you have better things to do,
    never attending company-hosted events, declining coworker lunches,
    and calling in sick on team building days gives the impression that
    you are antisocial, arrogant, and not a part of the team, Randall
    says.

    兰德尔说,不管你是太害羞还是觉得有更好的事情要做,从不参加公司举办的活动、不和同事一起吃午餐、小组团建时称病,这些会让人觉得你不爱交际、傲慢、不是团队的一份子。

    Being too noisy

    太吵

    Whether you play music loudly while others are trying to work or
    have conversations the entire office can hear, then your coworkers
    likely consider you one of the most annoying distractions on earth.

    不管你是在别人工作时大声放音乐,还是说话的声音大到整个办公室都听得见,你的同事都可能认为你是地球上最吵闹的人,让他们分心。

    Being noisy, especially in an open office, has a significant effect
    on your coworkers’ focus and productivity, and the noise could hurt
    business if it carries into an important phone call.

    特别是在开放式办公室里,太过吵闹对同事的专注度和工作效率影响都很大。如果别人在打重要的业务电话,吵闹声还会影响生意。

  • Grooming yourself at your desk

    在办公桌前化妆

    In most fields, casual grooming in public is frowned on. If you need
    a touch up, we suggest heading to the bathroom.

    多数情况下,在公开场合随意化妆都让人厌烦。如果你需要补妆,建议你去盥洗室。

    Nosiness

    好打听

    There is a line between curiosity and nosiness, which you don’t want
    to cross. Curiosity is when you ask who the new hire is. Nosiness,
    on the other hand, is when you rifle through your boss’s files to
    see how much the woman three cubicles down earns.

    好奇和好打听之间有区别,最好不要越界。如果你问别人,新来的员工是谁,这叫好奇。如果你翻老板的文件,想知道离你三个隔间远的女同事工资是多少,这叫好打听。

    Being negative all the time

    总是充满负能量

    Repeatedly responding to suggestions with a pessimistic or contrary
    attitude can be construed as being uncooperative, Randall says.
    Phrases like “That won’t work,” “That sounds too hard,” or, “I
    wouldn’t know how to start,” should be avoided.

    兰德尔说,总是用悲观或者对立的态度回应别人的建议会被人认为不配合工作。要避免说“这行不通、这听上去太难了、我不知道怎么开始”等等这类话。

    Similarly, complaining too much puts you in a bad light.

    同样,抱怨太多也会让你处于不利的境地。

    “While there may be times when everyone feels the desire to complain
    about the boss, a coworker, or a task, voicing it will only make you
    look unprofessional,” Randall says.

    兰德尔说:“尽管有时候人们会想抱怨一下老板、同事或者工作任务,但说出来只会让你显得不专业。”

    “It’s even worse if you complain every day, all day, from the moment
    you walk into work. Before long, people will go out of their way to
    avoid you.”

    “如果你从上班开始整日都抱怨,每天都抱怨,那就更糟糕了。用不了多久,大家就要绕着你走了。”

    She points to a recent CareerBuilder survey, which shows that a
    majority of employers — 62% — say they are less likely to promote
    employees who have a negative or pessimistic attitude.

    她还指出,凯业必达网最近开展的一项调查表明,多数雇主(62%)说他们不太会提拔充满负能量、态度悲观的职员。

    Spreading out

    侵占别人的办公空间

    Don’t be the one who edges into other people’s personal space,
    Randall warns.

    兰德尔提醒说,不要侵占别人的私人空间。

    “You know the ones — they place their coffee mug just so, a
    comfortable reaching distance, making room for their notebook,
    elbows, and of course their cell phone and protein bar,” she says.
    “As the person seated next to them, you’re left with only enough
    room for a water bottle.”

    “你知道有些人,他们把咖啡杯放在方便拿起的地方,给自己的笔记本、胳膊肘、当然还有手机和蛋白棒腾出地方。座位挨着的同事桌上就只能放下一瓶水了。

兰德尔说,不管你是太害羞还是觉得有更好的事情要做,从不参加公司举办的活动、不和同事一起吃午餐、小组团建时称病,这些会让人觉得你不爱交际、傲慢、不是团队的一份子。

Herafternoon class begins right after lunch

Being too noisy

L2-2-1 vocabulary

太吵

The girl is standing behind the boy               

Whether you play music loudly while others are trying to work or have
conversations the entire office can hear, then your coworkers likely
consider you one of the most annoying distractions on earth.

The boy is standing is front ofthe girl

不管你是在别人工作时大声放音乐,还是说话的声音大到整个办公室都听得见,你的同事都可能认为你是地球上最吵闹的人,让他们分心。

This boy is standing behind chair near thedoor    

Being noisy, especially in an open office, has a significant effect on
your coworkers’ focus and productivity, and the noise could hurt
business if it carries into an important phone call.

Two women are standing next toeach other

特别是在开放式办公室里,太过吵闹对同事的专注度和工作效率影响都很大。如果别人在打重要的业务电话,吵闹声还会影响生意。

They are talking to each other                   

Grooming yourself at your desk

They are facing each otheracross a table

在办公桌前化妆

They are sitting at a table near a window          

In most fields, casual grooming in public is frowned on. If you need a
touch up, we suggest heading to the bathroom.

The boy is facing the stairs

多数情况下,在公开场合随意化妆都让人厌烦。如果你需要补妆,建议你去盥洗室。

The girl is facing away from the stairs             

Nosiness

A mechanic fixes cars

好打听

Doctors and nurses help sick people             

There is a line between curiosity and nosiness, which you don’t want to
cross. Curiosity is when you ask who the new hire is. Nosiness, on the
other hand, is when you rifle through your boss’s files to see how much
the woman three cubicles down earns.

 A dentist cleans and fixes teeth

好奇和好打听之间有区别,最好不要越界。如果你问别人,新来的员工是谁,这叫好奇。如果你翻老板的文件,想知道离你三个隔间远的女同事工资是多少,这叫好打听。

A salesperson sells thing in a store               

Being negative all the time

 A bank teller works in a bank

总是充满负能量

A waiter works in a restaurant。

Repeatedly responding to suggestions with a pessimistic or contrary
attitude can be construed as being uncooperative, Randall says. Phrases
like “That won’t work,” “That sounds too hard,” or, “I wouldn’t know how
to start,” should be avoided.

You can get money at a bank                   

兰德尔说,总是用悲观或者对立的态度回应别人的建议会被人认为不配合工作。要避免说“这行不通、这听上去太难了、我不知道怎么开始”等等这类话。

Sick people goes to a hospital

Similarly, complaining too much puts you in a bad light.

There are many doctors and nurse in the

同样,抱怨太多也会让你处于不利的境地。

hospital

“While there may be times when everyone feels the desire to complain
about the boss, a coworker, or a task, voicing it will only make you
look unprofessional,” Randall says.

There are many office workers in the office

兰德尔说:“尽管有时候人们会想抱怨一下老板、同事或者工作任务,但说出来只会让你显得不专业。”

building

“It’s even worse if you complain every day, all day, from the moment you
walk into work. Before long, people will go out of their way to avoid
you.”

There are many offices in the office

“如果你从上班开始整日都抱怨,每天都抱怨,那就更糟糕了。用不了多久,大家就要绕着你走了。”

building

She points to a recent CareerBuilder survey, which shows that a majority
of employers — 62% — say they are less likely to promote employees who
have a negative or pessimistic attitude.

Office workers usually work in an office

她还指出,凯业必达网最近开展的一项调查表明,多数雇主(62%)说他们不太会提拔充满负能量、态度悲观的职员。

Many people stay in the hotel                

Spreading out

 You can get a room in  a hotel

侵占别人的办公空间

L2-2-1 dialogue

Don’t be the one who edges into other people’s personal space, Randall
warns.

男:Excuse me ,Is there a bank around here?

兰德尔提醒说,不要侵占别人的私人空间。

女:Yes ,there is. There is one in the shopping center

“You know the ones — they place their coffee mug just so, a comfortable
reaching distance, making room for their notebook, elbows, and of course
their cell phone and protein bar,” she says. “As the person seated next
to them, you’re left with only enough room for a water bottle.”

男:Which way is the shopping center

“你知道有些人,他们把咖啡杯放在方便拿起的地方,给自己的笔记本、胳膊肘、当然还有手机和蛋白棒腾出地方。座位挨着的同事桌上就只能放下一瓶水了。”

女:Go to the end of the street and turn left . From there isabout 50
meters

男:When does the bank close?

女:I think it closes at 6:00

男:Oh,it’s almost six now

女:it’s 5:45, so you still have 15 minutes. If you walkfast, you can
get there. The bank is next to a clothing store.

男:Thanks for your help

女:You are welcome good luck

女:Do you know what the time is it

男:Sure . It’s 10:45, why?

女:I don’t see Steve in his office。He’s usually here by 6:30. Do you
know where he is。

男:Yes I do。He is in a taxi. He is on his way to the airport

女:Why is he going to the airport

男:He is going to meet a friend

女:That’s nice . Do you know who he is ?

男:Yes I do. it needs me to secret

女:secret?

男:Yes ,so I don’t tell anyone

女:I won’t who is it?

男:Sorry. I can’t tell you.

女:IS the man or women?

男:Sorry。I can’t tell you anything. Steve doesn’t want anyone toknow
she’s here

女:I see

L2-2-2 Listening

This is lisa’s daily schedule

She goes to school five days a week

She gets up at 6:30

She gets dressed between 6:30 and 6:40

At 6:45 she eats breakfast

After breakfast she brushes her teeth

She leaves for school at 7:00

It takes between 40 and 50 minutes to go to school

Sometimes she takes the subway

Sometimes she takes the bus

She usually gets to school around 7:45

Her first class begins at 8:00

At 12:00 she has lunch with her friends

After lunch she has classes until 2:50

She leaves school around 3:00

After school she goes home

She usually gets home around 3:45

When she gets home she cleans her room

Then at 4:00,she sits down at the piano and begins to practice

She usually practices for about 45 minutes until around 4:45

But sometimes she practices for an hour

After practicing she does some homework

She does homework until dinner time ,which is at 6:00

After dinner she washes the dishes

Then she goes to her room and stars doing her homework

From 7:00 until around 9:00,she does her homework

She also talks with her friends on the phone

Sometimes they work on their homework together

Sometimes she has a lot of homework

On those nights she does homework until 9:30 or later

After finishing her homework , she likes to read.

Lisa loves to read good books in bed

She usually reads until around 10:30

She usually goes to bed between 10:00 and 10:45

Sometimes she goes to sleep right away

Sometimes she can’t sleep ,so she listens to some piano music

She’s usually sleeping by 11:00

(what does she do when she can’t sheep)

(What kind of music does she listen to?)

L2-2-2 vocabulary

Abus-driver drives a bus

Afisherman catches fish

Policemancatch people who drive too fast

Afarmer grows food such as rice or tomatoes

Athief steals things such as purses and wallets

Businesspeopleoften work in office buildings

Youcan have coffee and some food in  acoffee shop

Youcan see a movie in the cinema

Youcan buy clothes and many other things in a department store

You

can buy food 、toothpaste and shampoo in a super market

Youcan watch sports in a stadium

She’swaking up

He’sgetting dressed

She’sbrushing her teeth

He’staking a shower

She’seating breakfast

L2-2-2  Dialogue

男:good morning lisa

女:good morning tom

男:what are you doing today

女:nothing, it’s Saturday. So I will stay at home, why

男:I feel like seeing a movie. Why don’t we go to the cinemathis
afternoon

女:A movie?

男:Sure. There are several movies showing in the cinema,I can get
ticket online

女:I don’t know maybe

男:If the movies aren’t good . we can do something else

女:like what? It’s cold, it might rain

男:We can go to the mall and get a pizza

女:ok,I’ll ask my mom and call you back

男:Great , I hope your mom says ok

女:Yes me too。Bye tom

女:Tom,sorry but I can’t go, my mom ask me staying at home

男:Why does she want you stay at home

女:She wants me finished my homework

男:That’s too bad

女:sorry,may we can see a movie next week, ok?

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