【节目介绍】
《美语怎么说》通过两个学生幽默轻松的对话来教授大家如何用地道英语说时髦中文,内容既简单又有趣,适合初学者学习。节目更新频率为一天一期,每次时长约2分钟。

【今日情景】
Jessica 在北京学汉语,她的中国朋友要是遇到了不知道用美语怎么说的词,就会来请教她。今天是吴琼要问的:扫货

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美语怎么说:006: 扫货

Jessica: 吴琼,明天我们去吃火锅好不好?
WQ: 火锅?好吃!可我没钱。
Jessica:      1     
WQ: 奖学金是拿了,可我一高兴就拿去扫货啦!
Jessica: 扫货?
WQ: 就是 buy a lot of things!
Jessica:Oh!      2     
WQ: shopping spree?
Jessica: Right! Spree is spelt s-p-r-e-e.      3      头脑发热,看什么都买。
WQ: 对!      4      我那天疯狂扫货,一分钱都没留下。
Jessica:      5      
WQ: 说实话,好多东西都用不着,可我当时就是那么烧包。烧包你懂么?就是看着手里的钱难受,非把它花出去!
Jessica: Haha!      6     
WQ:      7      钱把衣服兜烧了个窟窿?这的确跟“烧包”很像!
Jessica: 吴琼,      8      
WQ: Window shopping? 买窗户?
Jessica: (Chuckle) No.      9     
WQ: 哦,就是光看不买! 这个好,省钱!
Jessica: 对! Now tell me what you've learned today.
WQ: 第一,扫货叫go on a shopping spree;第二,烧包叫money is burning a hole in one's pocket;第三,光看不买是window shopping!

美语怎么说:006: 扫货

No money? You told me you got a scholarship. You went on a shopping spree. Going on a shopping spree means you spend a lot of money during a single shopping trip. I went on a shopping spree after getting my scholarship money. But do you really need all the things you bought on the shopping spree? Actually, in English, we have a similar expression -- your money was burning a hole in your pocket.  My money was burning a hole in my pocket? Next time your money is burning a hole in your pocket, take me with you. I'll make sure we only go window shopping.  Window shopping means we only look at the window displays, without really buying anything.Jessica: 吴琼,明天我们去吃火锅好不好? WQ: 火锅?好吃!可我没钱。 Jessica: No money? You told me you got a scholarship. WQ: 奖学金是拿了,可我一高兴就拿去扫货啦! Jessica: 扫货? WQ: 就是 buy a lot of things! Jessica: Oh! You went on a shopping spree. WQ: shopping spree? Jessica: Right! Spree is spelt s-p-r-e-e. Going on a shopping spree means you spend a lot of money during a single shopping trip. 头脑发热,看什么都买。 WQ: 对! I went on a shopping spree after getting my scholarship money. 我那天疯狂扫货,一分钱都没留下。 Jessica: But do you really need all the things you bought on the shopping spree?  WQ: 说实话,好多东西都用不着,可我当时就是那么烧包。烧包你懂么?就是看着手里的钱难受,非把它花出去! Jessica: Haha! Actually, in English, we have a similar expression -- your money was burning a hole in your pocket.  WQ: My money was burning a hole in my pocket? 钱把衣服兜烧了个窟窿?这的确跟“烧包”很像! Jessica: 吴琼, Next time your money is burning a hole in your pocket, take me with you. I'll make sure we only go window shopping.  WQ: Window shopping? 买窗户? Jessica: (Chuckle) No. Window shopping means we only look at the window displays, without really buying anything. WQ: 哦,就是光看不买! 这个好,省钱! Jessica: 对! Now tell me what you've learned today. WQ: 第一,扫货叫go on a shopping spree;第二,烧包叫money is burning a hole in one's pocket;第三,光看不买是window shopping!