Lesson 05 Showing Thankfulness 感谢
welcome v． 欢迎
mention v． 提及：说起
employment n． 雇用：就业
resign v． 辞职
recommendation n． 推荐；推荐信
56. Thank you very much. 非常感谢
57. I can't thank you enough．不胜感激。
58. Thanks for…谢谢你……
59. You're a sweetheart! 你真好。
60. Thank him for me if you get a chance. 有机会替我谢谢他。
61. Thank you, anyway．不管怎样还是要谢谢你。
63. You're welcome．不客气。
64. Don't mention it．不足挂齿口
65. Not at all.别客气。
66. At your service．乐意为您效劳口
67. lt's my pleasure．这是我很乐意做的。
68. I was happy to do it．我很高兴这么做。
69. What are friends for?朋友之间不言谢。
Girl: Excuse me, sir.
Girl: Is this the Museum of Modern Art?
Bill: No. This is the Space Building. That's the Museum over there.
不是, 这是太空大厦. 那边那座是博物馆.
Girl: Thank you very much.
Bill: You're welcome.
Bill: What about the employment office here at the Fair? Did you check with them?
Laura: No, I didn't.
Bill: Why not?
Laura: Because they aren't going to help me. I resigned from a good job!
Bill: Maybe you're wrong.
Laura: Oh, Bill. You need recommendations to get a good job. Mr. Crawford isn't going to give me a recommendation.
噢, 比尔, 要找一份好工作, 非有以前雇主的推荐不可. 郭佛先生不会帮我写推荐函的.
Bill: Mr. Crawford is difficult to work for, right?
Bill: Well, maybe the employment office knows it, too.
Laura: Is that possible?
Bill: Of course, it's possible! Maybe you're his seventh secretary in two years!
Laura: Maybe. Thanks, Bill. 也许吧.
Bill: Don't mention it. Good luck.