Situational Words and Phrases 情景词汇
1.appetite n. 胃口
A: Won't you have a little more?
B: I'd love to, but I don't have much of an appetite at this time of day.
2.burst v. 爆炸，破裂
A: Take more, please.
B: No, thanks. I'm ready to burst now.
3.chopsticks n. 筷子
A: Can you manage chopsticks?
B: I'd like to try them.
4.conservative a. 保守的
A: Don't you want to have more?
B: No, really, my taste for meat is rather conservative.
5.delirious a. 美味的
A: Here, try this.
B: Wow! Doesn't it smell delicious?
6.feast n. 宴会
A: I can't resist it!
B: Neither can I. This feast is so rich.
7.garlic n. 蒜
A: Is there any garlic in it?
B: Yes, there's quite a lot of garlic and ginger.
8.light eater 饭量少的人
A: I'm sure you can have a bit more.
B: Sorry, l can't. I've always been a light eater.
9.make a pig of oneself 饱餐一顿
A: Shall I help you to some more of it?
B: No, thank you. I've already made a pig of myself.
10.make a poor meal 吃得少
A: You have made a poor meal，I'm afraid.
B: I'm sorry, Gut I'm really full.
11.much of a 了不起的……
A: You must have some more.
B: No, thanks. I enjoyed it so much, Gut I'm not much of an eater.
12.poor eater 食量小的人
A: I'm quite full now.
B: You're a poor eater for a young woman.
13.portion n. 一份
A: Do eat some more.
B: OK，one more portion, please.
14.rarely ad. 很少，几乎不
A: Come on, rarely a little soup.
B: Thank you, but I rarely take soup.
15.savoury a. 味美的
A: No more, thank you. It's quite savoury, though.
B: Whatever you like.
16.spoonful n. 一匙的量
A: Here, take another spoonful of the soup.
B: Ali right, but just a little.
17.sweet n. 甜食
A: Hare a little more, please.
B: Sorry，I' m not much an sweets, you know.
18.tempt v. 吸引
A: Can't I tempt you to have more?
B: All right, if you insist.