Diarmuid: Hello and welcome to Authentic Real English from BBC Learning English. I'm Diarmuid.
Diarmuid: That's right. Feifei, could you pass me my cup of tea please?
Feifei: Sure. Here you are... Oops! Oh, I’m so sorry I've dropped it. 我刚刚没拿好茶杯，所以把茶洒了一地。唉！
Diarmuid: No! My tea is all over the floor!
Feifei: I'm really sorry Diarmuid.
Diarmuid: Never mind. It's only a cup of tea. And anyway, something good has come out of this accident.
Feifei: What's that?
Diarmuid: You have already introduced today's new word: oops!
Feifei: Oops. O.O.P.S. Oops. Oops. 这是一个感叹词，表示惊讶或遗憾。当我们范了一个小错误是，比方说像刚才把茶洒了一地，或是在电脑上打字敲错了一个字母，这种时候我们就用 oops.
Diarmuid: Yes, whenever you make a small mistake such as knocking something over, you can say the word oops.
A: Be careful moving that pile of books.
A: Now look! Those books are all over the place.
B: Don't worry. I'll soon pick them up.
Feifei: 不过要记住这个词一般只适用于犯小错误的时候 。
Diarmuid: Yes, if you use oops when something serious has happened, it could appear that you are not taking the situation seriously.
Feifei: Are there any other words in English that we can use instead of oops?
Diarmuid: Of course, there are always alternatives in English. Some people say whoops instead of oops.
Diarmuid: And some people might even say whoops-a-daisy, although that is a little old-fashioned now.
Feifei: Well it's the end of the programme. Remember to listen to more Real Authentic English... oops! I got the name of the programme wrong!
Diarmuid: Whoops-a-daisy! I think you meant Authentic Real English from the BBC.
Feifei: I certainly did. 可以登陆我们每天更新的网站学习更多的地道英语 www.bbcchina.com.cn. Bye for now.
Diarmuid: Join us again soon.