I'm on top of the world.
Nothing could make me happier.
I'm high on life.
I'm on Cloud Nine.
I'm really disappointed with him.
No chance at all.
I'm feeling low.
I've been down in the dumps lately.
1.你的口语脸色真吓人 You look terrible.
2.你没事吧? Are you all right?
3.遇上不顺心的.事了? Something got you down?
4.听到这个我感觉很难过 I'm sorry to hear this.
5.我跟你一样悲伤 My heart goes out to you.
6.我能体会到你的感受 I understand how you feel.
7.振作起来 Cheer up!
8.这场病让你吃了不少苦 It looks that you've been through a war.
9.你感觉好些了吗? Do you feel better?
1.我肯定我们会赢 I'm sure we will win.
2.我是个乐观注意者 I'm an optimist.
3.我对成功持乐观态度 I'm very optimistic about our chances of success.
4.我闭着眼睛都能做的到 I can do it with my eyes closed.
5.一切都会尽如人意的 Everything will come up roses.
6.我很悲观 I'm rather pessimistic.
7.我对此不太乐观 I'm not too optimistic about it.
8.我们注定会失败的 We are doomed to lose the game.
9.除此之外我别无选择 I have no choice but to do so.
A: How is your new car?
B: Perfect. Couldn't be better.
A: You made a good choice then?
B: It's just what I want.
A: No regrets?
B：I'm really pleased with it.
A: I'm glad you're happy.
B: It's super.
Ula:How do you feel today?
Tim:I don’t know.
Ula:Don’t be so depressed. Has Nancy come to see you?
Tim:Not yet. She must be seeing someone else. Nobody wants to marry a lame guy.
Ula:Cheer up! She is not that kind of girl and you’re not seriously hurt.You’ll get
out of here in no time.
Tim:I’m not sure. They say it’ll take a long time and I can’t feel my left leg now.
What can I do to make a living in future? I’ll lose my job, my insurance, my
pension. Maybe I’ll have to live on the dole.
Ula:You shouldn’t be so pessimistic. Everything will be all right.
I've been told that you are a very successful businessman abroad. I wonder how you managed to achieve such success.
Oh,through a lot of hard work,of course.
I suppose that in a foreign country it was difficult at first,wasn't it?
Surely it was. Especially when you only knew few people and little English.
You mean you didn't know much English then?
Right. I only knew a few English sentenses.
That's incredible. Could you tell me what you did to make a start?
First I worked as a servant.
Really? I wish you could tell me more about your experience.
I'd like to. But I must run to a meeting.