《BBC地道英语口语》听力音频打包下载2018-10-27
BBC地道英语口语:Graveyard Shift 夜班2010-08-19
In Real English we look at words and phrases people use all the time, but you probably won't find them in your dictionary.
BBC地道英语口语:Dab Hand 能手2010-08-18
In Real English we look at words and phrases people use all the time, but you probably won't find in your dictionary.
BBC地道英语口语:Air Guitar 空中吉他2010-08-18
In Real English we look at words and phrases people use all the time, but you probably won’t find in your dictionary.
BBC地道英语口语:Taking the Mickey/Mick 取笑/挖苦2010-08-17
Everyone always takes the mickey out of me because my wife makes my lunch every day.
BBC地道英语口语:Size Zero 零号2010-08-17
In Real English we look at words and expressions you might not find in your dictionary. Today’s expression is size zero.
BBC地道英语口语:WAGS 太太和女朋友2010-08-16
You're listening to Real English from BBC Learning English. I'm Jo.
BBC地道英语口语:Guts 勇气2010-08-16
guts is an informal slang word meaning courage. If you have guts, you have courage.
BBC地道英语口语:A Bite to Eat 随便吃点东西2010-08-15
In Real English, we look at words and phrases that you might not find in your dictionary.
BBC地道英语口语:Big Cheese 大人物2010-08-15
it's an informal phrase. And best not to say it directly to your big boss.
BBC地道英语口语:Gift of the Gab 能说会道2010-08-14
In Real English we look at words and phrases people use all the time, but you probably won't find in your dictionary.
BBC地道英语口语:Doggy Bag 打包2010-08-14
Hello, I'm Jo and you're listening to Real English from BBC Learning English – the programme where we look at words and phrases that you might not find in your textbook or your dictionary. With me today is Helen.
BBC地道英语口语:Freeloader 吃白食的人2010-08-13
Well a freeloader is a person who would be happy to stay at your house, eat your food or spend your money for free but they would never give you anything back in return.
BBC地道英语口语:Hotline 热线电话2010-08-13
It’s very important to stay up-to-date with English as new words and expressions enter the language all the time.
BBC地道英语口语:Road Rage 交通暴躁情绪2010-08-12
BBC地道英语口语:Road Rage 交通暴躁情绪
BBC地道英语口语:Posh 优雅的2010-08-12
That's right Oliver. So people who are rich, with nice clothes, who speak nicely and have good manners and might be called posh. We might also call someone posh as a joke.
BBC地道英语口语:Techie 技师2010-08-11
Today we’re going to look at words and phrases that have recently become part of the English language.
BBC地道英语口语:Fag 香烟2010-08-11
Today we're going to look at words and phrases that have recently become part of the English language.
BBC地道英语口语:Recycle 废品回收2010-08-10
In Real English, we look at words and phrases that you might not find in your dictionary.
BBC地道英语口语:Teacher's Pet 老师的宠物2010-08-10
Today we’re going to look at words and phrases that you might not find in your dictionary.
BBC地道英语口语:Designer Stubble 有型的短胡子2010-08-09
This is the programme in which we look at words and phrases that you might not find in your dictionary.
BBC地道英语口语:Top Up 充值2010-08-09
In Real English, we look at words and phrases that you might not find in your dictionary.
BBC地道英语口语:Trophy Wife 花瓶一样的老婆2010-08-08
Today we’re going to look at words and phrases that have recently become part of the English language.
BBC地道英语口语:Hot Desk 公用办公桌2010-08-08
Well, hot desk is a new expression that means to share a desk or office space. Workers don’t have their own desks, but share them and use them at different times.
BBC地道英语口语:Carbon Footprint 碳足迹2010-08-07
This is the programme in which we look at words and phrases that you may not find in your dictionary.
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