The script of this programme 本節目台詞
Feifei: 大家好！歡迎收聽《地道英語》。我是馮菲菲，今天和我搭檔的是 Neil。
Neil: Hello! And the expression we are going to look at in this programme - which we hear a lot in colloquial speech - is 'full-on'. So, Feifei, did you have a good weekend?
Feifei: It was quiet. 我一整周末都宅在家裏。I stayed home most of the time, watched a couple of old, black and white films with my grandmother on Sunday. That was the highlight really. How about you?
Neil: Well... that sounds quite quiet and relaxed. Well, my weekend was a bit different to yours. I went to the launch party of a new bar on Friday - that was quite a night! And then on Saturday my friends took me to a night club that went on until the morning!
Feifei: Wow! That sounds exciting. Clubbing? 你這年齡了？Aren't you a bit old for that sort of thing?
Neil: No, I'm not too old, but to be honest – it was a bit full-on.
Feifei: Full-on? What do you mean?
Neil: Well, the loud music, the dancing, the drinking, the energy. It was very intense. I'm not old, but I'm not as young as I was.
Feifei: 哦，這裏 full-on 的意思是活動安排的很緊湊，連喘口氣的時間都沒有。
Neil: Yes. I think I need a few days to recover; it was so full-on.
Feifei: What else can be full-on?
Neil: Some people are a bit full-on. A bit extreme. Not very relaxing to be with.
Feifei: 有時候人也可以是 full-on，意思就是說這個人做事兒有點兒過了，讓周圍的人精神緊張，感到有些負擔，a bit extreme，not relaxing。Full-on 這個表達非常口語化，在日常生活中使用頻率很高。I know what you mean. Sarah's a bit full-on isn't she?
Neil: Yes, she scares me. She stands so close when she talks to me and stares right into my eyes. Work can also be full-on when it's really busy.
Feifei: 另外，工作忙起來的時候，我們也可以用 full-on 這個詞。
Neil: Let's listen to some more examples.
Man: Have a good holiday?
Woman: To be honest, not really. We were up at 6am every day to get as much sightseeing done as possible and didn't get to bed till midnight. It was so full-on. I feel like I need another holiday.
- I really don't like children's parties. All those excited, screaming kids. It's too full-on.
- London's too full-on. I need to move to the countryside.
Feifei: Well, if you want a more relaxing weekend next time, come and watch some films with me and my grandmother. It's really laid back.
Neil: That sounds a lot less full-on. I'll do that. Join us again soon for some more Authentic Real English.