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Now, the VOA Special English program, Words and Their Stories.


(MUSIC)

There are many American expressions that use parts of the body. These include the eyes, ears, nose, mouth and even the heart. Today we will tell you some expressions that use other body parts – the back, shoulders and chest.


When I am facing a lot of pressure at work, my back and neck will start to hurt. Sometimes, this tension is the result of too much work. I have too many things to do because my supervisor is on my back all the time. In other words, my employer is always telling me to do things.

Sometimes, I want to tell my employer to get off my back! I want her to stop criticizing me and making too many demands on my time. I can not say this, however. I would never turn my back on her and refuse to help when there is a need. If I did refuse to help, my supervisor might say bad things about me behind my back. She might criticize me when I am not present. This would surely be a stab in the back. It is never kind to unfairly harm or say bad things about other people.


Sometimes, when I am very productive in my job, my employer gives me a pat on the back. She praises my work. She might even say "I will scratch your back if you will scratch mine." This means she will do something for me, if I do something helpful for her in exchange. Such an offer usually comes straight from the shoulder. My supervisor has a very direct, open and honest way of speaking.


I know that my employer carries a lot on her shoulders. She is responsible for many things at the office. And because she is so important, she sometimes gets to rub shoulders with the top officials. She gets to spend time with some very important people.


I believe the top official values my superior. He never gives her the cold shoulder. He is never unfriendly to her. He always treats her like she is an important part of the organization.


I also value my supervisor. In fact, I think she is very effective in her job. Of course, I could yell my opinion at the top of my lungs, or as loudly as I possibly could. It might even feel good to get my emotions off my chest. It is always helpful to tell people how you feel so that your emotions do not trouble you.


But it is not necessary for me to praise my superior. Most of my co-workers feel the exact same way about her. So, I think I will just save my breath. I will keep silent because talking or repeating myself will not do any good.


(MUSIC)

WORDS AND THEIR STORIES, in VOA Special English, was written by Jill Moss. I'm Faith Lapidus

[ 本帖最后由 jessiyear 于 2008-6-1 16:42 编辑 ]

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 Now the VOA Special English Program Words and their stories. There are many American expressions that use parts of the body. These include the eyes, ears, nose, mouth and even the heart. Today we will tell you some expressions that use other body parts, the back, shoulders and chest. When I am facing a lot of pressure at the work, my back and neck were start to hurt. Sometimes these tension is the result of too much work. I have too many things to do because my supervisor is on my back all the time. In other words my employer is always telling me to do things. Sometimes I want my employer to get off my back. I want her to stop critisizing me and making too many demands on my time. I can not say this however. I would never turn my back on her and refuse to help when there is a need. If I did refuse to help, my supervisor might say bad things about me behind my back. She might criticize me when I am not present. This would surely be a stab in the back. It is never kind to unfairly harm or say bad things about other people. Sometimes when I am very productive in my job, my employer gives me a pat on the back. She praises my work. She might even say I will scracth your back if you will scracth mine. This means she will do something for me if I do something helpful for her in exchange. Such an offer usually comes straight from the shoulder. My supervisor has a very direct, open and honest way of speaking. I know that my employer carries a lot on her shoulders. She is responsible for many things at the office. And because she is so important, she sometimes gets to rub shoulders with the top officials. She gets to spend time with some very important people. I believe the top official values my superior. He never gives her the cold shoulder. He is never unfriendly to her. He always treats her like she is an important part of the organization. I also value my supervisor. In fact I think she is very effective in her job. Of course I could yell my opinion at the top of my lungs or as loudly as I possibly could. It might even feel good to get my emotions off my chest It is always helpful to tell people how you feel so that your emotions do not trouble you. But it is not necessary for me to praise my superior. Most of my co-workers feel the exact same way about her. So I think I will just save my breath. I will keep silent because talking or repeating myself will not do any good.

[ 本帖最后由 jinhua49 于 2008-5-25 20:03 编辑 ]
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Now the VOA Special English Program Words and their stories. There are many American expressions that use parts of the body. These include the eyes, ears, nose, mouth and even the heart. Today we will tell you some expressions that use other body parts, the back, shoulders and chest. When I am facing a lot of pressure at the work, my back and neck were start to hurt.. Sometimes these tension is the result of too much work. I have too many things to do because my supervisor is on my back all the time. In other words my empoyer is always telling me to do things. Sometimes I want my employer to get off my back. I want her to stop critisizing me and making too many demands on my time. I can not say this however. I would never turn my back on her and refuse to help when there is a need. If I did refuse to help, my superviser might say bad things about me behind my back. She might critisize me when I am not present. This would surely be a step in the back. It is never kind to unfairly harm or say bad things about other people. Sometimes when I am very productive in my job, my employer gives me a pat on the back. She praises my work. She might even say I will scrathch your back if you will scratch mine. This means she will do something for me if I do something helpful for her in exchange. Such an offer usually comes straight from the shoulder. My supervisor has a very direct, open and honest way of speaking. I know that my employer carries a lot on her shoulders. She is responsible for many things at the office. And because she is so important, she sometimes gets to rub shoulders with the top officials. She gets to spend time with some very important people. I believe the top official values my superior. He never gives her the cold shoulder. He is never unfriendly to her. He always treats her like she is an important part of the organization. I also value my supervisor. In fact I think she is very effective in her job. Of course I could yell my opinion at the top of my lungs or as loudly as I possibly could. It might even feel good to get my emotions off my chest It is always helpful to tell people how you feel so that your emotions do not trouble you. But it is not necessary for me to praise my superior. Most of my co-workers feel the exact same way about her. So I think I will just save my breath. I will keep silent because talking or repeating myself will not do any good.

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  • jinhua49

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   Now the VOA Special English Program Words and Their Stories.
   There are many of the American expressions that use part of the body. These include the eyes, ears, nose ,mouth and even the heart. Today, we will tell you some expressions that use other body parts: the back, shoulders and chest.
   When I am facing a lot of pressure at work my back and neck will start to hurt. Sometimes these tention is the result of too much work. I have too many things to do because my supervisor is on my back all the time. In other words, my employer is always telling me to do things. Sometimes I want my employer to get off my back. I want her to stop criticizing me and making too many demands on my time. I can not say this, however, I would never turn my back on her and refuse to help when there is a need. If I did refuse to help, my supervisor might say bad things about me behind my back. She might criticize me when I am not present. This would surely be a step in the back. It is never kind to unfairly harm or say bad things about other people.
    Sometimes when I am very productive in my job, my employer gives me a pat on the back. She praises my work.She might even say "I will scratch your back if you will scratch mine". This means she will do something for me if I do something helpful for her in exchange. Such an offer usually comes straight from the shoulder. My supervisor has a very direct, open and honest way of speaking.
    I know that my employer carrys a lot on her shoulders. She is responsible for many things at the office. And because she is so important she sometimes gets to rub shoulders with the top officials. She gets to spend time with some very important people.
     I believe the top official values my superior. He never gives her the cold shoulder. He is never unfriendly to her. He always treats her like she is an important part of the orgnization. I also value my supervisor. In fact, I think she is very effected in her job. Of cource, I could yell my opinion at the top of my lungs or as loudly as I possibly could. If I even feel good to get my emotions off my chest.  It is always helpful to tell people how you feel, so that your emotions do not trouble you. But it is not neccessary for me to praise my superior. Most of my co-workers feel the exact same way about her. So I think I will just save my breath. I will keep silent because talking or repeating myself will not do any good.
    Words and Their Stories in VOA Special English was written by Gill Moss.
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哈哈,发现了很多处拼写错误,便改过来了。发出去才看到你的帖子,谢谢啦。还有点小问题,也记不住哪个了,再发一遍吧

 

Now the VOA Special English Program Words and Their Stories. There are many American Expressions that use parts of the body. These include the eyes, ears, nose, mouth and even the heart. Today we will tell you some expressions that use other body parts, the back, shoulders and chest. When I am facing a lot of pressure at the work, my back and neck were start to hurt. Sometimes these tension is the result of too much work. I have too many things to do because my supervisor is on my back all the time. In other words my employer is always telling me to do things. Sometimes I want my employer to get off my back. I want her to stop critisizing me and making too many demands on my time. I can not say this however. I would never turn my back on her and refuse to help when there is a need. If I did refuse to help, my supervisor might say bad things about me behind my back. She might criticize me when I am not present. This would surely be a stab in the back. It is never kind to unfairly harm or say bad things about other people. Sometimes when I am very productive in my job, my employer gives me a pat on the back. She praises my work. She might even say I will scratch your back if you will scratch mine. This means she will do something for me if I do something helpful for her in exchange. Such an offer usually comes straight from the shoulder. My supervisor has a very direct, open and honest way of speaking. I know that my employer carries a lot on her shoulders. She is responsible for many things at the office. And because she is so important, she sometimes gets to rub shoulders with the top officials. She gets to spend time with some very important people. I believe the top official values my superior. He never gives her the cold shoulder. He is never unfriendly to her. He always treats her like she is an important part of the organization. I also value my supervisor. In fact I think she is very effective in her job. Of course I could yell my opinion at the top of my lungs or as loudly as I possibly could. It might even feel good to get my emotions off my chest It is always helpful to tell people how you feel so that your emotions do not trouble you. But it is not necessary for me to praise my superior. Most of my co-workers feel the exact same way about her. So I think I will just save my breath. I will keep silent because talking or repeating myself will not do any good.

[ 本帖最后由 xkx 于 2008-5-25 10:23 编辑 ]

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继续改拼写错误

Now the VOA Special English Program Words and their stories.

 

There are many American expressions that use parts of the body. These include the eyes, ears, nose, mouth and even the heart. Today we will tell you some expressions that use other body parts, the back, shoulders and chest. When I am facing a lot of pressure at the work, my back and neck were start to hurt.. Sometimes these tension is the result of too much work. I have too many things to do because my supervisor is on my back all the time. In other words my empoyer is always telling me to do things. Sometimes I want my employer to get off my back. I want her to stop critisizing me and making too many demands on my time. I can not say this however. I would never turn my back on her and refuse to help when there is a need. If I did refuse to help, my supervisor might say bad things about me behind my back. She might critisize me when I am not present. This would surely be a step in the back. It is never kind to unfairly harm or say bad things about other people.

 

Sometimes when I am very productive in my job, my employer gives me a pat on the back. She praises my work. She might even say I will scratch your back if you will scratch mine. This means she will do something for me if I do something helpful for her in exchange. Such an offer usually comes straight from the shoulder. My supervisor has a very direct, open and honest way of speaking. I know that my employer carries a lot on her shoulders. She is responsible for many things at the office. And because she is so important, she sometimes gets to rub shoulders with the top officials. She gets to spend time with some very important people. I believe the top official values my superior. He never gives her the cold shoulder. He is never unfriendly to her. He always treats her like she is an important part of the organization.

 

I also value my supervisor. In fact I think she is very effective in her job. Of course I could yell my opinion at the top of my lungs or as loudly as I possibly could. If I even feel good to get my emotions off my chest. It is always helpful to tell people how you feel so that your emotions do not trouble you. But it is not necessary for me to praise my superior. Most of my co-workers feel the exact same way about her. So I think I will just save my breath. I will keep silent because talking or repeating myself will not do any good.

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      There are many American expression that use parts of body. These include the eyes, eras, nose, mouth and even the heart. Today we will tell you some expressions that use other body parts: the back, shoulders and chest.

     When I’m facing a lot of pressure in the work, my back and neck will start to hurt. Sometimes this tension is the result of too much work. I have too many things to do because my supervisor is on my back all the time. In other words, my employer is always telling me to do things. Sometimes I want my employer to get off my back. I want her to stop quizzing me and making too many demands on my time. I can not say this however. I would never turn my back on her and refuse to help when there is a need. If I did refuse to help, my supervisor might say bad things about me behind my back. She might quiz me when I’m not in present. This would surly be “a step on the back”. It is never kind to unfriendly harm or say bad things about other people.//

Sometime when I am very productive in my job, my employer gives me a pad on my back. She praises my work. She might even say:” I will scratch your back if you will scratch mine”. This means she will do something for me if I do some things helpful for her in exchange. Such of offer usually comes straightly from the shoulder. My supervisor has a very direct, open and honest way of speaking. I know that my employer carries a lot on her shoulders. She is responsible for many things at the office. And because she is so important, she sometimes gets to rob// shoulders with the top officials. She gets to spend with very important people. I believe the top official value my expleer//. he never gives her the cold shoulder. He is never unfriendly to her. He always treats her as she is a very important part of the organization.

  I also value my supervisor. In fact I think she is very offensive in her job. Of cause I won’t yield out my opinion at the top of my langs// or as loudly as I possibly could.

  It’s even my feel good to get my emotions off my chest.// It is always helpful to tell people how you feel so that your emotions do not trouble you. But it is not necessary for me to quiz my employer most of my cold words feel exactly the same way about her. So I think I’ll just save my brace. I’ll keep silent because talking or repeating myself will do not any good.

 

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HOMEWORK

 

Now the VOA Specical English Program Words and Their Stories.

 

There are many American expressions that used the part of the body. These include the eyes,ears, nose, mouth and even the heart. Today we will tell you some expressions that use other body parts,the back, shoulders and chest.

 

When I am facing a lot of presure at work, my back and neck were started to hurt. Sometimes this tension is the result of too much work.. I have too many things to do because my superviser is on my back all the time. In other words, my employers are always telling me to do things. Sometimes I want my employers to get off my back. I want her to stop craticizing me and making too many demands on my time. I can not say this, however. I would never turn my back on her and refuse to help when there is a need. If I did refuse to help, my superviser might say bad things about me behind my back. She might criticize me when I am not present. This would surely be a stab on the back. It is never kind to unfairly harm or say bad things about other people.

 

Sometimes when I am very productive in my job, my employer give me a pet on my back.. She praises my work ,she might even say I will scratch your back if you will scratch mine. This means she will do something for me if I do something helpful for her in exchange. Such offer usually comes straight for her shoulder.

 

My superviser has a very direct, open and honest way of speaking. I know that my employer carry a lot on her shoulders. She is responsible for many things at the office. And because she is so important , she sometimes gets to rub shoulders with the top officals. She gets to spent times with some very important people. I believe the top offical values my superier. He never gives her the cold shoulder. He is never unfriendly to her. He always treats her like she is an important part of the organization. I also value my superviser. In fact, I think she is vary effective in her job.

 

Of course I could yell my opinion at the top of my lungs or as loudly as I possibly could. If I even feel good to get my emotions of my chest. It is always helpful to tell people how you feel. So that your emotions do not trouble you, but it is not necessary for me to praise my superier. Most of my co-workers feel the exact same way about her. So I think I will just save my breath. I will keep silent because talking or repeating myself will not do any good.  

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Now, the VOA Special English Program Words and Their Stories

There are many American expressions that use parts of the body. These include the eyes, ears, nose, mouths and even the heart. Today we will tell you some expressions that use the other body parts, the back, shoulders and chest.

 

When I am facing a lot of pressure at work, my back and neck would start to hurt. Sometimes this tension is result of too much work. I have too many things to do because my supervisor is on my back all the time. In other words my employer is always telling me to do things. Sometimes I want my employer to get off my back. I want her to stop criticize me and making too many demands on my time.

 

I can not say this, however, never turn my back on her and refuse to help when there is a need. If I did refuse to help, my supervisor might say bad things about me behind my back. She might criticize me when I am not present. This would surely be a stab in the back. It is never kind to unfairly harm or say bad things about other people.

 

Sometimes when I am very productive in my job, my employer gives me a pet on the back. She praises my work. She might even say I will scratch you back if you will scratch mine. This means she will do something for me if I do something helpful for her in exchange. Such an offer usually comes straight from the shoulder. My supervisor has a very direct, open and honest way of speaking.

 

I know that my employer carries a lot on her shoulders. She is responsible for many things at the officer. And because she is so important, she sometimes gets to rub shoulders with the top officials. She gets to spend time with some very important people.

 

I believe the top official values my superior. He never gives her the cold shoulder. He is never unfriendly to her. He always treats her like she is an only important part of the organization. I also value my supervisor. In fact I think she is very affective in her job. Of course I could yell my opinion at the top of my lungs as loudly as I possibly could.

 

It might even feel good to get my emotions of my chest. It is always helpful to tell people how you feel, so that you emotions do not trouble you. But it is not necessary for me to praise my superior. Most of my co-workers feel that the exact same way about her. So I think I will just save my breath. I will keep silent because talking or repeating myself will not do any good.

 

Words and Their Stories in VOA Special English was written by J.M. I’m F.L.

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homework

 

Now the VOA Special English program WORDS AND THEIR STORIES.

 

There are many of American expressions that use a part of body. These include the eyes, ears, nose, mouth and even the heart. Today, we will tell you some expressions that use other body parties, the back, shoulders and chest.

 

When I facing a lot of pressure at work, my back and neck will start to hurt. Sometimes this tension is the result of too much work. I have too many things to do because my supervisor is on my back all the time. In other words, my employers are always telling me to do things. Sometimes I want my employer to get off my back. I want her to stop criticizing me and making too many demands on my time. I can not say this however I would never turn my back on her and refuse to help when there is a need. If I did refuse to help, my supervisor might say bad thing about me behind my back. She might criticize me when I am not pleasant. This was surly be a step in the back.

 

It is never kind to unfairly harm or save bad things about other people. Sometimes, when I am very productive in my job, my employer gives me a pet on the back. She prizes my work. She might even say: “I will ** your back if you will ** mine.” This means she will do something for me if I do something helpful for her in exchange. Such an offer usually comes ** from the shoulder, my supervisor has a very direct, open and honest way of speaking.

 

I know that my employer carries a lot on her shoulders. She is responsible for many things at the office. And because she is so important, she sometimes gets to rob shoulders with the top officials. She gets to spend time with some very important people. I believe the top official values my superior. He never givers her the cold shoulder, he is never unfriendly to her. He always treats her like she is an important part of the organization.

 

I also value my superior. In fact, I think she is very affective than her job. Of course I could ** my opinion at the top of lungs or as loudly as I possibly could. If ** even feel good to get my emotions off my chest. It is always helpful to tell people how you feel, so your emotions do not trouble you. But it is not necessary for me to prize my superior. Most of co-workers feel the exact same way about her. So I think I will just save my breath, I will keep silent, because talking or repeating myself will not do any good.

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Now the VOA Special English Program Words and their stories.

There are many American expressions that use parts of the body. These include the eyes, ears, nose, mouth and even the heart. Today we will tell you some expressions that use other body parts, the back, shoulders and chest. When I am facing a lot of pressure at work , my back and neck were start to hurt.. Sometimes these tension is the result of too much work. I have too many things to do because my supervisor is on my back all the time. In other words my employer is always telling me to do things. Sometimes I want my employer to get off my back. I want her to stop criticizing me and making too many demands on my time. I can not say this however. I would never turn my back on her and refuse to help when there is a need. If I did refuse to help, my supervisor might say bad things about me behind my back. She might criticize me when I am not present. This would surely be a step in the back. It is never kind to unfairly harm or say bad things about other people. Sometimes when I am very productive in my job, my employer gives me a pat on the back. She praises my work. She might even say I will scratch your back if you will scratch mine. This means she will do something for me if I do something helpful for her in exchange. Such an offer usually comes straight from the shoulder. My supervisor has a very direct, open and honest way of speaking. I know that my employer carries a lot on her shoulders. She is responsible for many things at the office. And because she is so important, she sometimes gets to rub shoulders with the top officials. She gets to spend time with some very important people. I believe the top official values my superior. He never gives her the cold shoulder. He is never unfriendly to her. He always treats her like she is an important part of the organization. I also value my supervisor. In fact I think she is very effective in her job. Of course I could yell my opinion at the top of my lungs or as loudly as I possibly could. If I even feel good to get my emotions off my chest. It is always helpful to tell people how you feel so that your emotions do not trouble you. But it is not necessary for me to praise my superior. Most of my co-workers feel the exact same way about her. So I think I will just save my breath. I will keep silent because talking or repeating myself will not do any good.

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Now the VOA special English program words and their stories. There are many American expression that use parts of the body. These include the eyes, ears, nose, mouth and even the heart . Today we will tell you the some of the expression that use other parts, the back, shoulder and chest. When I’m facing lot of pressure at work, my back and neck start to hurt. Sometimes this tension is the result of too much work. I have too many things to do because my supervisor is on my back all the time, in other words my employer is always telling me to do thing. Sometimes I want my employer get off my back, I want her to stop criticize me and making too many demand on my time. I cannot save this however. I would never turn my back on her and refuse to help when there is needed. If I did refuse to help, my supervisor might say bad things about me behind my back. She might criticize me when I am not present. This would surely be a step in the back, It is never kind to unfairly harm or said bad thing about other people. Sometimes when I am very productive in my job, my employer give me a pat on the back . She praises my work. She might even say I will scratch your back if you will scratch mine. This mean she will do something for me if I do something helpful for her in exchange. Such an offer usually come straight from the shoulder. My supervisor has very direct open and honest way of speaking . I know that my employer carry a lot on her shoulder , she is responsible for many things at the office and because he is so important she sometimes get too \ shoulder with the top of official . She get to spend time with some very important people. I believe the top official value my \ , he never gives her the cold shoulder , her is never friendly to her. He always treat her like she is important part of the organization. I also value supervisor in fact I think she is very affected in herjob. Of course could yell my opinion at the top of my lung or as loudly as possible could. \ even he would good at my emotion of my chest . It is always helpful to tell people  how you feel , so that your emotion  \ do not trouble you  but it is not necessary for me to praise my \ , most of my coworker feel the exactly same way about her , so I think I would save my breath , I will keep silence because talking or repeating myself will not do any good . Words and their stories in VOA special English was written by Jill moss. I’m Faye \. 

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Now the VOA Special English Program: Words and their stories.

 

There are many American expressions that use parts of the body. These include the eyes, ears, nose, mouth and even the heart. Today we will tell you some expressions that use other body parts, the back, shoulders and chest.

 

When I am facing a lot of pressure at work , my back and neck will start to hurt. Sometimes these tension is the result of too much work. I have too many things to do because my supervisor is on my back all the time. In other words, my employer is always telling me to do things. Sometimes I want my employer to get off my back. I want her to stop criticizing me and making too many demands on my time. I can not say this however. I would never turn my back on her and refuse to help when there is a need. If I did refuse to help, my supervisor might say bad things about me behind my back. She might criticize me when I am not present. This would surely be a stab in the back. It is never kind to unfairly harm or say bad things about other people. Sometimes when I am very productive in my job, my employer gives me a pat on the back. She praises my work. She might even say I will scratch your back if you will scratch mine. This means she will do something for me if I do something helpful for her in exchange. Such an offer usually comes straight from the shoulder. My supervisor has a very direct, open and honest way of speaking.

 

I know that my employer carries a lot on her shoulders. She is responsible for many things at the office. And because she is so important, she sometimes gets to rub shoulders with the top officials. She gets to spend time with some very important people. I believe the top official values my superior. He never gives her the cold shoulder. He is never unfriendly to her. He always treats her like she is an important part of the organization. I also value my supervisor. In fact I think she is very affective in her job. Of course I could yell my opinion at the top of my lungs or as loudly as I possibly could. It might even feel good to get my emotions off my chest. It is always helpful to tell people how you feel so that your emotions do not trouble you. But it is not necessary for me to praise my superior. Most of my co-workers feel the exact same way about her. So I think I will just save my breath. I will keep silent because talking or repeating myself will not do any good.

 

Words and their stories in VOA special English was written by Joan Mars. I'm Faful Amperters.

 

[ 本帖最后由 melodaylee 于 2008-5-25 22:27 编辑 ]
HOMEWORK Now, the VOA special English program words and their stories. Their are many American expressions that use parts of the body. These include the eyes, ears, nose, mouse and even the heart. Today we will tell you some expressions that use the other body part, the back, shoulders and chest. When I'm facing a lot of pressure at work, my back and neck will start to hurt, sometimes the tension is the result of too much work. I have too many things to do, because my supervisor is on my back all the time. In other works, my employer is always telling me to do things. Sometimes I want my employer to get off my back, I want her to stop criticizing me and make too many demands on my time, I can not say this, however, I would never turn my back on her and refuse to helf when there was a need. If I did refuse to help, my supervisor might say bad things about me behind my back, she will criticize me when I'm not present. This would surely be a step in the back. It is never kind to unfairly harm or say bad things about other people. Sometime when I am very productive in my job, my employer gives me a pat on the back, she praises my work, she might even say I will scratch your back if you will scratch mine. This means she will do something for me if I do something helpful for her in exchange. Such an offer usually comes straight from the shoulder. My supervisor has a very direct open and honest way if speaking. I know that my employer carries a lot on her shoulders. She is responsible for many things at the office and because she is so important she sometimes gets to rob shoulder with the top officials, she gets to spend time with some very important people. I believe the top offcial values my superior, he never gives her the cold shoulder, he is never unfriendly to her. He always treats her like she is an important part of the organization. I also value my supervisor, in fact, I think she is very effective in her job. Of course I could yell my opinion at the top of my lungs or as loudly as I possibly could. It might even feel good to get my emotions off my chest, It is always helpful to tell people how you feel, so that your emotions do not trouble you. But it is not necessary for me to praise my superior. Most of my co-workers feel the exact same way about her. So I think I will just save my breath, I will keep silent because talking or repeating myself will not do any good.
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Now the VOA Special English Words and Their Stories

 

There are many Amercian Expressions that use parts of the body. These include the eyes, ears, nose, mouthes and even the heart. Today, we will tell you some expressions that use other body parts. The back, shoulder and chest.

 

When I am facing a lot of pressure at work, my back and neck was strat to hurt. Sometimes this tension is the result of too much work. I have too many things to do because my supervisor is on my back all the time. In other works, my employer is always telling me to do things. Sometimes I want my employer to get off my back. I want she stop criticizing me and making too many demands on my time. I can not say this, however, I would never turn my back on her and refuse to help when there is a need. If I did refuse to help my supervisor maight things about me behind my back. She might criticize me when I am not present. This would surely be a stab in a back. It's never kind  to unfarily harm or say bad things about other people.

 

Sometimes when I am very productive in my job, my employer gives me a pat on the back. She praises my work. She might even say I will scratch your back if you will scratch my. This means she will do something for me if I do something helpful for her in exchange. Such an offer usually comes straight from the shoulder. My supervisor has a very direct, open, and honest way of speaking. I know that my employer carries a lot on her shoulders. She is responsible for many things at the offices. And because she is so important, she sometime gets to rub shoulders with the top officials. She gets to spend time with some very important people.

 

I believe the top official values my supervior. He never gives her the cold shoulder. He is never unfriendly to her. He always treats her like she is the important part of the organization. I also value my supervisor. In fact, I think she is very effective in her job. Of course, I could yell my opinion at the top of my lungs as loudly as I possibility. It might even feel good to get my motions of my chest. It has always helpful to tell people how you few so that your emotion do not trouble you. But it's not nacessary for me to praise my supervior. Most of my co-workers feel the exact same way about her. So I think I will just save my breath. I will keep silent. Because talking or repeating myself will not do any good.

 

Words and their stories in VOA Special English was written by Jill Mose. I'm Faith Laputids.

 

 

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