日常生活交际的英语对话：Beethoven and Jay Chou
A: What are you listening to? Is that Beethoven or Mozart.
B: It’s Beethoven, do you like him?
A: I think Beethoven’s music is incredible. I’ve heard that listening to that can make you intelligent too. Do you believe that?
B: I don’t know about that. But I do think it helps people relax.
A: What other kinds of music do you listen to?
B: Actually I mostly just listen to classical music. What about you?
A: To be honest, I think classical music is too complicated for me.
B: What kind of music do you prefer then?
A:I like pop music. Do you?
B: Not really. I don’t think pop music catch much that.
A: I see what you mean.I think that’s why I like it so much.
B: Have you always been into pop music?
A: I’ve always been into it. Have you always been in classical music?
B: Not really. When I was little, I did not usually listen to music at all?
A: So, How did you become interested in it?
B: When I about ten years old I started to play the piano. I think that’s how it started.
A: Do you still play piano?
B: Yes, it’s one of my hobbies.
A: What did you think about the song on the radio
B: That was all right. He was a musician.
A: He was Jay Chou.
B: I know who he is. He is amazing and so is his band.
A: Do you have any his cds?
B: I’ve got all his cds except his newest one. Do you have it.
A: Actually my friends just bought it for me for my birthday.
B: Do you think we could listen to it?
A: Sure. I’ll put it now. There is superb piano at the right beginning.
A: which cd is your favorite?
B: It’s hard to say. I guess I’ve had to say his album fantasy is my favorite.
A: Do you know he ‘ll go a tour on the theater?
B: I heard he’ll go on a tour on until late of the summer. I think he supposed to be here in august.
A: Do you want to see his perform alive.
B: Definitely, it’s nothing better than the live gigue.
A: I’ll look for the tickects for us.
B: Should we say anyone else to go with us?
A: Sure, let’s ask our friends.
B: That’s true. It’ll be a good wait in the summer.
日常生活交际的英语对话：Talk about a picture
W:What do you think of this painting?
M:To be honest,I don't acturally like modern,I prefer traditional paintings.
W:But Picasso is a famous artist.
M:I know he is.But I don't understand the point of it,it's just too abstract for me.
W:You know his early work was more representational than his late work.
W:I think all good artists start was traditional stars.
M:Maybe. What do you think about this one?
W:I've never seen anything else like it.You can see all the stiches in the cloth and everything.
M:This is much more my style.I can appreciate art like this.
W:This artist might not as creative as Picasso,but she certainly is very skillful.
M:Look at this painting,it's so detailed.
W:You are right.I think XX's paintings were always very detailed.
M:I love the XX on this one,the color is so intent.
W:Which one of these do you prefer,the still life,the portrait or the landscape?
M:I don't really understand still life paintings.Most of them are just boring fruits,so boring.
W:You might find more interesting if you look at ombre strips the and lighting.
M:Maybe.Let's move on.I heard the art exhibition on the next floor is amazing.
M:In your opinion,what's the most famous painting in the world?
W:I'd say that would have to be the portrait of Mona Lisa in the Louvre.What do you think?
M:You're probably right.Have you ever seen it?
W:No,I've never been to France.But if I will to go,I will definitely take a trip to Louvre to see it.Have you?
M:Yes!I saw when I was in Paris about 10 years ago.
W:Well,how was it like?Was it really impressive?
M:It was actually much smaller than I'd imagined.
W:Really?How big is it?
M:If I remembered correctly,it's about the size of a piece of A4 paper.
W:That's interesting.I always thought that would be big too.
M:That would everyone more say.To be honost,I don't know why it's so famous?
W:She's got a great story behind the picture.Nobody really knows who the woman was.
M:I know.But she is not that beautiful.In fact,she kind of looks like a man.
W:You know,some people said that acturally a ……
M:Really?I've never heard that before.So who do you think is the real Mona Lisa?
W:I'm not an expert,but my guess is that somebody he really loved.
日常生活交际的英语对话：This is such a great view
This is such a great view. I wish I had my camera with me so that I could take a photo.
I have mine with me. Do you want to use it?
Sure. What kind of camera is it?
It's the newest cannon's SLR with a separate telephoto lens.
That sounds rather professional. What does SLR stand for?
It stands for Single Lens Reflect. SLR camera use a movable mirror that place between the lens and films to project image.
Is it a manual or automatic camera?
You can use it in either mode. Do you want to try?
Sure, can you put it in automatic mode though. I don't know how to work anything but a manual camera.
Here you go.
Is this a digital camera?
Yes, you can view the image on the lcd screen if you want. I don't usually use that function because it takes a lot of battery.
Ok, how do I use the zoom on this. If you press the button on the right it will zoom in, if you press the button on the left it will zoom out. There's also a digital zoom that we can deal with after you take the photo.
Got it, thanks.
I think you blink. This time, don't move the
Ok, this is the last picture. My mouth start to hurt from smiling so much.
Just one more ok? I am going to use the closer lens for closer of you standing in front of the Eiffel Tower.
Fine, and that is my turn, ok.
Do you know how to work this camera?
Yes, I've been practising. I am going to use the photoshop to bring out the clouds in the sky.
Do you bring the tripod?
Yes, it's in my backpack. Why?
Won't it be romantic to take a photo of two of us standing in front of the Eiffel Tower?
Hye, that's fabulous idea. Let's see, if we stand over there, then the sun will behind us.
Good thinking. I will set the tripod. Do you know how to work the timer option?
Of course. You just have to set up the camera so that it would take the photo you want. Press this button once and then press this one once, ready? Say cheese.