1. Wake up,Joe 乔，快醒醒
A: Wake up, Joe. It's seven o'clock. If you're going to work you'll have to get up now. Hey, Joe. Wake up.
A: Joe. Get up.
B: Is It seven o'clock already?
A: Yes. It's seven.
B: Well, wake me up in twenty minutes. I decided to catch the late bus.
A: Uh, uh...you told me last night not to let you argue me out of getting you up on
time. So, get up.
B: Okay, okay, stop yelling. I'm up.
wake up 醒来
argue sb. out ofdissuade, or persuadre someone not to do something 课文中的you told me
last night not to let you argue me out of getting you up on time 的意思是：昨晚你还告诉我。不要让你任性，务必叫你 按时起床。
stop yelling 别嚷嚷了（美国青年常用语）
2. Getting Cleaned up 弄干净
A: Hey, Bob. I can't find my electric shaver.
B: I`m sorry. I used it and I guess I put it on the top shelf with my stuff.
A: Yead，here it is.You might atleast clean it up when you use it. The blade's dirty ang
I still can't find the cord
B: Stop complaining and start shaving. Breakfast'll be ready in about five minutes and
you won't. Your eggs are already beginning to burn. What kind of juice do you want?
A: Do we have a choice?
B: Sure. Tomato or V8.
A: Wellyou know how I feel about tomato. Surprise me.
electric shaver 电动剃须刀
do we have a choice? 我们可以任意选择吗？
B：别抱怨了, 快刮胡子吧。大约还有五分钟早饭就好了, 要不你就来不及吃早饭了。你的鸡蛋已经烧焦了。你想吃什么果汁?
3. Breakfast 早餐
A: Okay, Bob. I'M ready for beak-fast. Where's the coffee?
B: It's in that pan there. Jean broke the Silex last week, so I'm still boiling it.
A: It tastes like crankcase oil, but delicious.
B: That's good. You can always make beaskfast yourself if you don't like it.
A: What is the rebesides coffee?
B: I warmed a coupleof snails, and your eggs are in the frying pan.
A: Say, what time is it? Is it really only seven-fifteen. My watch says eight-fifteen.
B: You forgot to set your watch back. Daylight saving time was over at midnight last night.
A: Gee.I could've slept another hour.
crankcase oil (汽车发动机中的)机油
daylight saving time 夏令时间(在美国大约每年四月上旬开始,十月下旬结束,把时钟向前拨一小时)
I could've slept another hour 我本来可以再睡一个小时的.
4. Before class 上课前
A: Hello, Bob. Have you got your work done for today?
B: No, But maybe the teacher won't ask for it.
A: No such luck. The last time he forgot to collect our homework was the day he came down with the flu. He's in better shape now. He won't forget again.
B: I know. That was a great week. I went out with Mary three nights running.
A: Who's Mary?
B: You know, the dark-haired girl who sits in the front row.
A: Oh, her. I've never met her.
B: Sorry, friend. You won't if I have my way.
no such luck 不会有那么好的运气
came down with... 患...(病)病倒了
in better shape 痊愈,复原
go out with... 同...去约会
three nights running 连续三个晚上
if have my way-if things happen as I want them to
5. Sorry, I'm Late. 对不起，我迟到了
A: Well, you finally got here. It's about time. I've been waiting in this restaurant a full thirty minutes.
B: Sorry, Jeannie. You know me. I'm always late.
A: Everybody knows, and every body's getting tired of it. Five,ten, thirty minutes all the time. No one is that busy. Even in school you always interrupt the teacher right in the middle of a sentence. The whole class has to wait while you sit down and put down your books. It annory s him and everyone else.
B: All I can say is sorry. Maybe I'll reform, but don't count on it.
it's about time-you are late (注意：这是一句表示生气的话，用于责怪对方不遵守时间。在青年人中常用)
get tired of... 对...感到厌倦
it annoys him 这使他讨厌