The script of this programme 本節目台詞
Feifei: Hello and welcome to Authentic Real English, I'm Feifei.
Rob: Hello everyone, I'm Rob.
Feifei: Rob, 猜猜我剛才在電梯裏看見了誰？
Rob: (Not interested) Hmmm, lots of other people who work at the BBC?
Feifei: 哎呀，不是的。You』ll never guess...
Rob: (Still not interested) Probably not.
Rob: Come on Feifei, it's not like you have just been in a lift with Damien Lewis. So just calm down, we've got some work to do.
Feifei: (Even more excited) It was, it was Damien Lewis! 我還真是在電梯裏碰見了 Damien Lewis.
Rob: (Now interested) Really? What was he like?
Feifei: He was wearing a light blue shirt and jeans! Very tall, and... he's just so handsome!
Rob: I bet! Did you say anything to him?
Feifei: No, 我太緊張了！不過我聽見他說什麼去錄節目之前 going for some 'nosh'. 我不太懂是什麼意思 what does that mean? What is 'nosh'?
Rob: In British English, 'to have some nosh' is a slang phrase which means to have some food or to have a meal. The word 'nosh' literally means 'food or a meal'.
Feifei: OK, I see. 原來他是說在錄節目之前先去吃點兒飯。Nosh 這個詞是個英語俚語表達，意思是食物或一頓飯。
Rob: Let's hear some examples on how to use the word 'nosh'.
- Our canteen serves good nosh.
- She likes her nosh.
- Do you fancy a bit of nosh?
- There was a lot of nosh at the party last night.
Feifei: 在上面例句中 nosh 是作為名詞使用的，這個詞還可以當動詞使用。Right, Rob?
Rob: Yes, that's right. If you 'nosh', you eat.
- I like to nosh when I watch TV.
- How can she ever lose weight? She noshes all the time!
Feifei: (Getting excited again) Hey Rob, 我突然特餓，do you mind finishing the programme? I』m just going to get some nosh from the canteen.
Rob: Is that so Feifei? I know why you are getting hungry...
Feifei: What do you mean? I'm just hungry. Will be back later, bye...
Rob: Errr, hold on... wait, wait for me, I might join you for some nosh too… (talking to himself) I hope Damien is still in the canteen.
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