37. Planning a Vacation 准备度假
A: I weet to the travel agency today and picked up these folders on Japan, Normandy, and Quebec.
B: For this summer? Have we saved that much money?
A: Not this summer. In two or three years, maybe. I have it almost all worded out. Here. Normandy, and then the Chateau country. Somewhere in these we'll have to work in Nice for the carnival. Then we take the Orient Express to Istanbul from there.
B: But what do we do this year?
A: Oh, I thought we'd go to one of the national parks-Yosemite, or Yellowstone, or maybe the Grand Canyon-that is, if it's all right with you.
All worked out 全部安排好了
Chateau country 法国的古城堡游览胜地
Work in 插进(或列入)计划
That is 假如，以...为条件
A：啊，我想我们可以去一处国家公园--尤塞米提，或黄石公园，也许可去大峡谷--假如你都不反对的话。38. What are You Doing This Summer? 今年夏天你准备干什么
A: What's you going to do this summer?
B: I thought for a while I'd go to one of the summer schools, but I've decided
I'm tired of classes and books and working all the time. I'm going to relax. I'm not going to do a thing for three months.
A: Three months is a long time. When September comes you'll have got out of the habit of working. Why not just wait for two weeks and then see how you feel.
B: I might, but I don't think I'll ever change my mind.
Summer school 暑期补习班
Get out of-forget
B：也许可以。不过我不认为我会改变主意。39. Deciding to Go to the Movies 决定去看电影
A: Let's go to a show tonight.
B: All right. Look in the movie section of the paper and see what's playing.
A: Well, there's a western at the neighborhood theater and an epic at the United. Or, we can go to the drive-in movie to see two science fiction
films if you like double features.
B: Is that all there is to see?
A: No. The Cinema is showing a Japanese movie, and there's a new French film at the Vogue.
B: What's at the Broadway?
A: Let's go there. That picture got good reviews.
B: Okay, call and check what time the next show goes on. I hate to come in in the middle.
Drive-in movie 露天电影放映场(人们可驾车进入并坐在汽车内观看，收费低廉)
Go on-start, begin
B：好，打电话去问清楚下一场几点钟开始。我讨厌电影放到一半时走进去。40. Going Walking 去散步
A: Yesterday my landlady
seemed surprised when I told her I went for a walk every day. I think she didn't believe me.
B: Oh, she probably believed you, but people don't do much walking anymore for pleasure, or even for exercise. Almost everyone has a car nowadays.
A: I've noticed that no one I meet ever appears to be walking just for walking's sake. Perhaps I'd better stop doing it.
B: No, I wouldn't stop. It's supposed to be good exercise, and there are a few walkers left. Probably more people would take walks if we valued exercise more and time less.