Neil: This is Real English from BBC Learning English. I'm Neil.
Helen: And I'm Helen. Neil, 咱们今天学什么新词儿呀？
Neil: Today's new word is 'guts'. G.U.T.S. – guts.
Helen: Guts, 给我们讲讲是什么意思吧，Neil。
Neil: Well, 'guts' is an informal slang word meaning courage. If you have guts, you have courage.
Helen: 哦，明白了。Guts 就是勇气的意思，而且是个俚语。
Neil: Yes, for example, you might say "You need to have guts to be a policeman."
Neil: Yes. 'Guts' is informal, but you could use it in most situations.
Helen: 哦，guts 是出现在非正式场合的，但是在大部分的情况下，我们都可以用它。
Neil: That's right.
Helen: Neil, 你觉得在什么情况下需要勇气呢？
Neil: Yes, how about asking someone for a date!
Helen: 想邀请某人和自己约会？I don't have the guts for that!
A: I really like her, but I'm too embarrassed to ask her to come to the cinema with me.
B: Oh come on. Where are your guts? Just go and ask her!
A: I quit my job and took a year walking round Europe.
B: That was brave. I wouldn't have the guts for that.
Helen: Do you think you have guts, Neil?
Neil: Well, sometimes. Other times no!
Neil: Well, I wouldn't have the guts to do a parachute jump.
Neil: You need a lot of guts.
Neil: But I have the guts to travel alone.
Helen: 单身旅行, 那也需要很多勇气啊。
Neil: Well, I think I agree with you there. Anyway, let's recap – 'guts' is an informal word for courage.
Helen: 对了, Guts 是用在非正式场合的，意思是勇气。Neil,咱们的时间又要到了。
Neil: Yes we must. You've been listening to Real English from BBC Learning English. Join us again soon for more up-to-the-minute Real English. Bye.
Helen: See you next time.