只用一本书提高英语听力能力!重温经典名著双语阅读小编推荐:跟着纪录片学英语不背单词和语法,轻松学英语
返回列表 回复 发帖

[Report] SENEWS-2007-07-22 Report

提高英语听力能力 找对方法很重要!
SENEWS-2007-07-22 Report

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
有什么疑问,请来我们的报告厅坐坐报告厅--互动地带
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Words and their stories Report





【电信用户1】在线播放和下载
user posted image user posted image

【电信用户2】在线播放和下载
user posted image user posted image

【电信用户3】在线播放和下载
user posted image user posted image

【电信用户4】在线播放和下载
user posted image user posted image

【电信用户5】在线播放和下载
user posted image user posted image

【网通用户】在线播放和下载 (推荐教育网用户用网通这个服务器下载)


user posted image user posted image

支持普特英语听力就多多发帖吧!您们的参与是对斑竹工作最大的肯定与支持!如果您觉得还不错,推荐给周围的朋友吧~
Homework finised in 35 minutes.

Now the VOA Special English Words and Their Stories.

People use their mouth for many things. They eat, talk, shout and sing. They smile and they kiss. In the English language, there are many expressions using the word "mouth". But some of them are not so nice. For example, if you say bad things about a person, the person might protect and say "Do not bad mouth me." Sometimes people say something toa friend or family member that they later regret because it hurts that person's feelings or they tell the person something they will not suppose to tell. The speaker might say "I really put my foot in my mouth this time." If this should happen, the speaker might feel down in the mouth, in other words, he might feel sad for saying the wrong thing.

Another situation is when someone forcely claims another person said something. The other person might protect "I did not say that; do not put words in my mouth". Information is often spread through word of mouth. This is general communication between people like friends talking to each other. "How did you hear about that new movie", someone might ask. "Oh, by word of mouth". A more official way of getting information is through a company or government mouthpiece. This is an official spokesperson. Government-run media could also be called a mouthpiece.

Sometimes when one person is speaking, he says the same thing that his friend was going to say. When this happens, the friend might say "You took the words right out of my mouth". Sometimes a person has a bad or unpleasant experience with another person; he might say that experience left a bad taste in my mouth. Or the person might have a very frightening experience like being chased by an angry dog. He might says "I had my heart in my mouth."

Some people have lots of money because they were boring into a very rich family. There is an expression for this too. You might say such a person was born with a silver spoon in him mouth. This rich person is the opposite of a person who lives from hand to mouth. This person is very poor and only has enough money for the most important things in life, like food.

Parents might sometimes withhold sweet food from a child as a form of punishment for saying bad things. For example, if a child says thing she should not say to her parents, she might be described as a mouthing child. The parents might even tell the child to stop mouthing off. But enough of all this talk, I have been running my mouth long enough.

Words and their stories in VOA Special English was written by Jill Moss. I'm Faith Lapidus.
missing
立即获取| 免费注册领取外教体验课一节
作业请注明homework——angel

Special English program: Words and their stories.
People use their mouth for many things. They eat, talk, shout and sing. They smile and they kiss. In the English language, there are many expressions using the word mouth. But some of them are not so nice. For example, if you say bad thing about a person, the person might protest: do not bad mouth me! Sometime people say something to a friend or a family member that they later regret because it hurts that person’s feeling or they tell the person something they were not supposed to tell, the speaker might say: I really put my foot on my mouth this time. If this should happen, the speaker might feel down in the mouth, in other word, he might feel sad, for saying the wrong thing. Another situation when someone faulty claims another person said something, the other person might protest: I didn’t say that, do not put words in my mouth. Information is often spread through word of mouth, this is general communication between people, like friends talking to each other. “How do you hear about that new movie?” Someone might ask. “Oh, by word of mouth.” A more official way to get information is through a company or government mouth piece, this is an official spokes person. Government run media could also be called a mouth piece. Sometime when one person is speaking, he says the same thing that he’s friend is going to say, when this happen, he’s friend might say: you took the word right out of my mouth. Sometime a person has a bad or unpleasant experience with another person he might say that experience left a bad taste in my mouth, or the person might have had a very frightening experience like being chased by an angry dog, he might say I had my heart in my mouth. Some people has a lot of money because they were born into a very rich family, there are an expression for this, too. You might say such a person born with a silver spoon in his mouth. This rich person is the opposite the person who live from hand to mouth, this person is very poor and only has enough money for the most important thing in life like food. Parent might sometime withhold sweet food from a child as a form of punishment for saying bad thing. For example, if a child says thing she should not say to her parents, she might be described as a mouthy(多嘴的) child. The parent might even tell the child to stop mouthing off. But, enough for all this talk, I have been running my mouth long enough.
实现无障碍英语沟通
homework:
Now the VOA SE programme Words and Their Stories.
People use their mouth for many things,they eat,talk,shout,and say,they smile and they kiss.
In the english language ,there are many expressions using the word “mouth”,but some of them are not of nice ,for example ,if you say bad things about a person,the person might protest and say "do not bad mouth me ".
Sometimes, people say something to a freind or family member that they led regride because it hurts that person's feelings or they tell the person something they were not supposed to tell,the speaker might say “I really put my food in my mouth this time”, if this should happen,the speaker might feel down in the mouth,in another words,he might feel sad for saying the wrong thing.
Another situation is when someone false // another person say something,the other person might protest " I did not say that,do not put words in my mouth ",information is often spread through word of mouth,this is general communication between people like friends talking to each other.
How do you hear about that new movie,someone might ask,"oh ,by word of mouth",a more official way of getting information is through a company or government mouse pace,this is an official spoke's person,government-run media could also be called a mouse pace.
Sometimes,when one person is speaking,he says the same thing that his friend was going to say,when this happens ,the friend might say you took the words right out of my mouth.
Sometimes, a person has a bad or unflesentic experience with another person,he might say that experience left a bad taste in my mouth,or the person might have had a very frighting experience like being cheese by an angry dog.he might say I had my heart in my mouth.
Some people have lots of money,because they were born into a very rich family,here is expression for this too,you might say such a person was born with a siver spoon in his mouth ,this rich person is a opposite of a person who lives from hand to mouth,this person is very poor and only has enough money for the most important things in life,like food.
Parents might sometimes withhold sweet food from a child as a form of punishment for saying bad things,for example,if a child says things she should not say to her parents she might be described as a mouthy child.The parents might even tell the child to stop mourning off,but // of all this talk,I have being running my mouth long enough.
口译专员推荐—>口译训练软件IPTAM口译通
Homework

Now the VOA Special English program Words and Their Stories.

People use their mouth for many things. They eat, talk, shout and sing. They smile and they kiss. In the English language, there are many expressions using the word mouth. But some of them are not so nice. For example, if you say bad things about a person, the person may protest and say, “Do not bad mouth me!” Sometimes, people say something to a friend or family member that they later regret because it hurts that person’s feeling or they tell the person something they were not supposed to tell. The speaker might say, “I really put my foot in the mouth this time.” If this should happen, the speaker might feel down in the mouth. In other words, he might feel sad for saying the wrong thing. Another situation is when someone falsely claims another person said something. The other person might protest, “I did not say that! Do not put words in my mouth!”

Information is often expressed through word of mouth. This is general communication between people. Like friends talking to each other. “How did you hear about that new movie?” someone might ask. “Oh, by word of mouth.” A more official way of getting information is through a company or government mouth teeth. This is an official spokesperson. Government-run media can also be called mouth teeth.

Sometimes when one person is speaking, he says the same thing that his friend was going to say. When this happen, the friend might say, “You took the words right out of my mouth.” Sometimes a person has a bad or unpleasant experience with another person. He might say “That experience left a bad taste in my mouth.” Or the person might have had a very frightening experience like being traced by an angry dog. He might say, “I had my heart in my mouth.”

Some people have lots of money, because they were born into a very rich family. There is an expression for this too. You might say such a person was born with a silver spoon in his mouth. This rich person is the opposite of a person who lives from hand to mouth. This person is very poor and only has enough money for the most important thing in life, like food.

Parents may sometimes withhold sweet food from a child as a form of punishment for saying bad things. For example, if a child says things she should not say to her parents, she might be described as a mouthy child. The parents might even tell the child to stop mouthing off. But another office talk (enough of all this talk), I have been running my mouth long enough.

“Words and Their Stories” in VOA Special English was written by Jill Moss. I’m Faith Lapitus.
本非池中物,一搏冲天飞!

不找借口,接受现实。扭转乾坤!
作业请注明homework——angel

Now the voa se program words and their stories. People use their mouth for many things. They eat, talk, shout and ? they smile and they kiss. In the English language there are many expressions using the word mouth. But some of them are not so nice. For example, if you say bad things about a person, the person might protest and say do not bad mouth me. Sometimes people say something to a friend or family member that they later regret because it hurts that person’s feelings or they tell the person something they were not supposed to tell. The speaker might say I really put my ? mouth this time. If this happen the speaker might feel done in the mouth. In other words, he might feel sad for saying the wrong thing. Another situation is when someone force claim another person said something. The other person might protest I did not say that, do not put words in my mouth. Information is often spread through word of mouth. This is general communication between people like friends talking to each other. How did you hear about bad movie someone might ask? Oh, by word of mouth. A more official way of getting information is through a company or government mouth ? , this is an official spokes person. Government run media could also be called a mouth ?. Sometimes when one person is speaking he says the same thing that his friend was going to say. When this happens, the friend might say you took the words right out of my mouth. Sometimes a person has a bad or unpleasant experience with another person, he might say that experience left a bad taste in my mouth. Or the person might have had a very frighten experience like been chased by an angry dog. He might say I had my heart in my mouth. Some people have lots of money, because they were born into a very rich family. There is an expression for this too. You might say such a person was born with a silver spoor in his mouth. This rich person is the opposite of a person who lives from hand to mouth. This person is very poor and only has enough money for most important things in life like food. Parents might sometimes withhold sweat food from child as a form of punishment for saying bad things. For example, if a child says things she should not say to her parents. He might be described as a mouthy child. The parents might even tell the child to stop mouthing off. But enough of all this talk, I have been running my mouth long enough.
Homework

Now the VOA Special English Program Words and their Stories.

People use their mouth for many things, they eat,talk,shout and sing, they smile and kiss. In the English language, there are many expressions using the word mouth, but some of them are not so nice. For example, if you say bad thing about a person, the person might protest and say "Do not bad mouth me." Sometimes people say something to a friend or family member that they later regret, because he hurts that person's feelings, or they tell a person something they will not suppose to tell, the speaker might say I really put my food on my mouth this time, if this should happen, the speaker might feel down(?) in the mouth. In other words, he might feel sad for saying the wrong thing. Another situation is when someone forcelly claims another person say something, the other person might protest, "I did not say that, do not put words in my mouth."

Information is often spread through word of mouth. This is the general communication between people like friends talking to each other. "How did you hear about that new movie?" someone might asked. "Oh, by word of mouth." a more official way of getting information is through a company or government mouthes(?), this is an official spokesperson, government wrong media could also be called a mouthes(?).

Sometimes, when one person is speaking, he says the same thing that his friend was going to say. When this happens, the friend might say "You took the words right out of my mouth." Sometimes a person has a bad unpleasant experience with another person, he might say " that experience left bad taste in my mouth." or, the person might have had a very frightening experience, like being chased by an angry dog, he might say "I had my heart in my mouth."

Some people have a lots of money, because they were born into very rich family. There is a expression for this,too. You might say "such a person was born with a silver spoon in his mouth." this rich person is the opposite of a person who lives from hand to mouth, this person is very poor and only has not enought money for the most important things in life like food.

Parents might sometimes withhold sweet food from child as a form of punishment for saying bad things. For example, if a child says things she should not say to her parents, she might be describe as a mouthy child, the parents might even tell the child to stop mouthing off, but another of this talk, I have been running my mouth long enough.

Words and their Stories in VOA Special English was written by J.M. I'm F.L.
实现无障碍英语沟通
homework
*****************
Now the VOA Special English program Words & Their Stories.

People use their mouth for many things. They eat, talk, shout and sing. They smile and they kiss. In the English language, there are many expressions using the word "mouth". But some of them are not so nice. For example, if you say bad things about a person, the person might protest and say "do not bad mouth me". Sometimes people say something to a friend or family member that they later regret because it hurts that person's feelings or they tell the person something they were not supposed to tell. The speaker might say "I really put my foot in my mouth this time". If this should happen, the speaker might feel down in the mouth, in other words, he might feel sad for saying the wrong thing.

Another situation is when someone falsely claims another person said something, the other person might protest "I did not say that, do not put words in my mouth". Information is often spread through word of mouth. This is general communication between people, like friends talking to each other. "How did you hear about that new movie", someone might ask. "Oh, by word of mouth". A more official way of getting information is through a company or government mouthpiece. This is an official spokesperson. Government-run media could also be called a mouthpiece.

Sometimes when one person is speaking, he says the same thing that his friend was going to say. When this happens, the friend might say "You took the words right out of my mouth". Sometimes a person has a bad or unpleasant experience with another person. He might say "that experience left a bad taste in my mouth" or the person might have had a very frightening experience like being chased by an angry dog. He might say "I had my heart in my mouth".

Some people have lots of money because they were born into a very rich family. There is an expression for this too. You might say such a person was born with a silver spoon in his mouth. This rich person is the opposite of a person who lives from hand to mouth. This person is very poor and only has enough money for the most important things in life, like food.

Parents might sometimes withhold sweet food from a child as a form of punishment for saying bad things. For example, if a child says things she should not say to her parents, she might be described as a mouthy child. The parents might even tell the child to stop mouthing off. But enough of all this talk, I have been running my mouth long enough.

Words and their stories in VOA Special English was written by Jill Moss. I'm Faith Lapidus.
普特听力大课堂
Homework

Now the VOA Special English Program Words And Their Stories.
People use their mouth for many things. They eat, talk, shout and sing they smile and they kiss. In the English language, there are many expression using the word, mouth. But some of them are not so nice. For example, if you say bad things about a person, the person mat protest, do not bad mouth me. Sometimes people say something to a friend or family member that they later regret because it hurts that person’s feeling or that tell them something they were not supposed to tell, the speaker might say I really put my foot in my mouth this time. If this should happen, the speakers might feel down in the mouth. In other words, he may feel sad for saying wrong thing. another satiation is when someone falsely claims another person said something . another person may protest, I did not say that, I did not put words in my mouth.
Information is often spread though words of mouth. This is general communication between people like friends talking to each other. How did you hear about that new movie, someone asked. Oh by word of mouth. A more official way about getting information is through a company or government mouth teeth. This is an official spokesperson. Governmental media can also be called mouth teeth.
Sometimes when someone want to say something is what his friend is going to say. His friend may say , you took the words right of my mouth. Sometimes when some one had a bad or unpleasant experience with some person, he may say that experience left bad taste in my mouth, or the person might had a very frightening experience like being chased by an angry dog. He might say I have my heart in my mouth.
Some people have a lots of money because they are born in a very rich family, there is a expression for this too. You might say such a person is born with a sliver spoon in his mouth. This rich person is the opposite of a person who lives hand from mouth. This person is very poor and only have enough money for the most important thing in life like food. Parents might sometimes withhold sweet food form a child as a form of punishment for saying a bad thing. For example, if a child says thing she should not say to her parents she may be describe as a annoying child. The parents might tell the child to stop mouthing off. But enough of this talk , I had been running my mouth long enough.

好栏目推荐之美国口语俚语
HOMEWORK

Now,the VOA Special English Program "Words and their Stories".

People use their mouth for many things. They eat,talk,shout and sing. They smile and they kiss. In the English language, there are many expressions using the word--mouth. But some of them are not so nice. For example, if you say bad things about a person, the person might protest and say 'Do not bad mouth me!'. Sometimes, people say something to a friend or a family member that they latter regret because it hurts that person's feelings or they tell the person something they were not suppose to tell. The speaker might say 'I really put my foot to my mouth this time.' If this shoud happen, the speaker might feel down in the mouth. In other words, he might feel sad for saying the wrong thing.

Another situation is when someone faultly claims another person said something. The other might protest'I did not say that. Do not put words in my mouth!' Information is often spreaded through word of mouth. This is general communication between people,like friends talking to each other.'How did hear about that new movie?'someone might ask. 'Oh, by word of mouth.' A more official way of getting information is though a company or government mouthpiece. This is an official spokesperson. Government run media could also be called a mouthpiece.

Sometimes when a person is speaking, he says the same thing that his friend is going to say. When this happens, the friend might say 'You took the words right out of my mouth.' Sometimes, a person has a bad or unpleasant experience with another person. He might say that experience left the bad taste in my mouth. Or the person might have had a very frightening experience,like being chased by an angry dog. He might say 'I had my heart in my mouth.'

Some people have lots of money because they were born into a very rich family. There is an expression for this too. You might say such a person was born with a silver spoon in his mouth. This rich person is the oppisite of a person who lives from hand to mouth. This person is very poor and only has enough money for the most important things in life, like food.

Parents might sometimes withhold sweet food from a child as a form punishment for saying bad things. For example, if a child says things she should not say to her parents, she might be described as a mouthy child. The parents might even tell the child to stop mouthing off.But enough of all this talk, I have been running my mouth long enough.

Words and their stories in VOA Special English was written by Jill Moss. I'm Faith Lapidus.
这个暑假要努力完成--我的homework
on CrazyPuma

Now the VOA Special English Program Words and Their Stories.

People use their mouth for many things. They eat, talk, shout and sing. They smile and they kiss. In the English language, there are many expressions using the word "mouth". But some of them are not so nice. For example, if you say bad things about a person, the person might protest and say "Do not bad mouth me." Sometimes people say something to a friend or family member that they later regret because it hurts that person's feelings or they tell the person something they were not supposed to tell. The speaker might say "I really put my foot in my mouth this time." If this should happen, the speaker might feel down in the mouth, in other words, he might feel sad for saying the wrong thing.

Another situation is when someone falsely claims another person said something. The other person might protest "I did not say that, do not put words in my mouth". Information is often spread through word of mouth. This is general communication between people like friends talking to each other. "How did you hear about that new movie", someone might ask. "Oh, by word of mouth". A more official way of getting information is through a company or government mouthpiece. This is an official spokesperson. Government-run media could also be called a mouthpiece.

Sometimes when one person is speaking, he says the same thing that his friend was going to say. When this happens, the friend might say "You took the words right out of my mouth". Sometimes a person has a bad or unpleasant experience with another person, he might say "that experience left a bad taste in my mouth". Or the person might have had a very frightening experience like being chased by an angry dog. He might say "I had my heart in my mouth."

Some people have lots of money because they were born into a very rich family. There is an expression for this too. You might say such a person was born with a silver spoon in his mouth. This rich person is the opposite of a person who lives from hand to mouth. This person is very poor and only has enough money for the most important things in life, like food.

Parents might sometimes withhold sweet food from a child as a form of punishment for saying bad things. For example, if a child says things she should not say to her parents, she might be described as a mouthy child. The parents might even tell the child to stop mouthing off. But enough of all this talk, I have been running my mouth long enough.

Words and their stories in VOA Special English was written by Jill Moss. I'm Faith Lapidus.
Homework

Now the VOA Sepcial English Program Words and Their Stories.

People use their mouth for many things. They eat, talk, shout and say. They smile and kiss. In the English language there are many expressions using the word "mouth". But some of them are not so nice. For example, if you say bad things about a person. The person might protest and say do not badmouth me. Sometimes people say something to a friend or family member that they led regret because it hurt that person's feelings or they tell the person something they were not surposed to tell. The speaker might say I really put my food my mouth this time. If this should happen, the speaker might feel down in the mouth. In other words, he might feel sad for saying the wrong thing.

Another situation is when someone falsely claims another person said something. The other person might protest. I did not say that, do not put words in my mouth. Information is often spread through word of mouth. This is general communication between people like friends talking to each other. "How do you hear about that new movie?" someone might ask. Oh, by a word of mouth. A more official way of getting information is through a company or government mouthpiece. This is an official spokesperson. Government run media could also be called a mouthpicec.

Sometimes, when one person is speaking, he says the same thing that his friend was going to say. When this happenes, the friend might say, you took the words right out of my mouth. Sometimes a person had a bad or unpleasant experience with another person. He might say that experience left a bad taste in my mouth. Or the person might have had a very frighten experience while being chased by an angry dog. He might say I had my heart in my mouth.

Some people have lots of money because he was born into a very rich family. There is an expression for this too. You might say such a person was born with server spoon in his mouth. This rich person is the opposite of a person who lives from hand to mouth. This person is very poor and only has unenough money for most important things in life, like food.

Parents might sometimes withhold sweet food from a child as a form of punishment for saying bad things. For example, if a child says things he should not say to her parents. She might be described as a mouthing-child. The parents might even tell the child to stop mouthing on. But unenough all this talk, I've have been running my mouth long enough.

Words and Their Stories in VOA Special English was written by Jill Moss. I'm Faith Lapidus.

朗文在线
Must keep improving everyday!
每天半小时 轻松提高英语口语
homework

Now the VOA SE programme Words and Their Stories.

People use their mouth for many things,they eat,talk,shout,and say,they smile and they kiss.

In the English language ,there are many expressions using the word “mouth”,but some of them are not so nice ,for example ,if you say bad things about a person,the person might protest and say "do not bad mouth me ".

Sometimes, people say something to a freind or family member that they later regret because it hurts that person's feelings or they tell the person something they that were not supposed to tell. The speaker might say “I really put my food in my mouth this time”, if this should happen,the speaker might feel down in the mouth,in another words,he might feel sad for saying the wrong thing.

Another situation is when someone falsely claims another person said something,the other person might protest " I did not say that,do not put words in my mouth ",information is often spread through word of mouth,this is general communication between people like friends talking to each other.
How do you hear about that new movie,someone might ask,"oh ,by word of mouth",a more official way of getting information is through a company or government mouthpiece, this is an official spoke's person,government-run media could also be called a mouse pace.

Sometimes,when one person is speaking,he says the same thing that his friend was going to say,when this happens ,the friend might say you took the words right out of my mouth.

Sometimes, a person has a bad or unpleasant experience with another person, he might say that experience left a bad taste in my mouth,or the person might have had a very frighting experience like being chased by an angry dog.he might say I had my heart in my mouth.

Some people have lots of money,because they were born into a very rich family, there is expression for this too,you might say such a person was born with a siver spoon in his mouth ,this rich person is a opposite of a person who lives from hand to mouth,this person is very poor and only has enough money for the most important things in life,like food.

Parents might sometimes withhold sweet food from a child as a form of punishment for saying bad things,for example,if a child says things she should not say to her parents she might be described as a mouthy child.The parents might even tell the child to stop mouthing off,but enough of all this talk,I have being running my mouth long enough.
trust me, you can make it!
homework

Now the VOA SE programme Words and Their Stories.

People use their mouth for many things,they eat,talk,shout,and say,they smile and they kiss.

In the English language ,there are many expressions using the word “mouth”,but some of them are not so nice ,for example ,if you say bad things about a person,the person might protest and say "do not bad mouth me ".

Sometimes, people say something to a freind or family member that they later regret because it hurts that person's feelings or they tell the person something they that were not supposed to tell. The speaker might say “I really put my food in my mouth this time”, if this should happen,the speaker might feel down in the mouth,in another words,he might feel sad for saying the wrong thing.

Another situation is when someone falsely claims another person said something,the other person might protest " I did not say that,do not put words in my mouth ",information is often spread through word of mouth,this is general communication between people like friends talking to each other.
How do you hear about that new movie,someone might ask,"oh ,by word of mouth",a more official way of getting information is through a company or government mouthpiece, this is an official spoke's person,government-run media could also be called a mouse pace.

Sometimes,when one person is speaking,he says the same thing that his friend was going to say,when this happens ,the friend might say you took the words right out of my mouth.

Sometimes, a person has a bad or unpleasant experience with another person, he might say that experience left a bad taste in my mouth,or the person might have had a very frighting experience like being chased by an angry dog.he might say I had my heart in my mouth.
Some people have lots of money,because they were born into a very rich family,here is expression for this too,you might say such a person was born with a siver spoon in his mouth ,this rich person is a opposite of a person who lives from hand to mouth,this person is very poor and only has enough money for the most important things in life,like food.
Parents might sometimes withhold sweet food from a child as a form of punishment for saying bad things,for example,if a child says things she should not say to her parents she might be described as a mouthy child.The parents might even tell the child to stop mourning off,but // of all this talk,I have being running my mouth long enough.
trust me, you can make it!
口译专员推荐—>口译训练软件IPTAM口译通
homework
Now the VOA Special English program: Words and their stories.

People use their mouth for many things. They eat, talk, shout and sing. They smile and they kiss. In the English language, there are many expressions using the word mouth. But some of them are not so nice. For example, if you say bad things about a person, the person might protest: do not bad mouth me! Sometime people say something to a friend or a family member that they later regret because it hurts that person’s feeling or they tell the person something they were not supposed to tell, the speaker might say: I really put my food on my mouth this time. If this should happen, the speaker might feel down in the mouth, in other words, he might feel sad, for saying the wrong thing. Another situation is when someone faulty claims another person said something, the other person might protest: I didn’t say that, do not put words in my mouth. Information is often spread through word of mouth, this is general communication between people, like friends talking to each other. “How do you hear about that new movie?” Someone might ask. “Oh, by word of mouth.” A more official way of getting information is through a company or government mouth piece, this is an official spokes person. Government run media could also be called a mouth piece. Sometimes when one person is speaking, he says the same thing that his friend is going to say, when this happen, his friend might say: you took the word right out of my mouth. Sometimes a person has a bad or unpleasant experience with another person he might say that experience left a bad taste in my mouth, or the person might have had a very frightening experience like being chased by an angry dog, he might say I had my heart in my mouth. Some people has a lot of money because they were born into a very rich family, there is an expression for this, too. You might say such a person born with a silver spoon in his mouth. This rich person is the opposite the person who live from hand to mouth, this person is very poor and only has enough money for the most important thing in life like food. Parent might sometimes withhold sweet food from a child as a form of punishment for saying bad things. For example, if a child says things she should not say to her parents, she might be described as a mouthy child. The parents might even tell the child to stop mouthy off. But, enough for all this talk, I have been running my mouth long enough.

pengshao come here,stay with you
返回列表