The script of this programme 本节目台词
Yang Li: Hello, welcome to Authentic Real English from BBC Learning English. 我是杨莉，大家好。
Tracy: And I’m Tracy.
Yang Li: Tracy, I heard you are going to do a bungee jump. 是真的吗？你难道真的是要去跳蹦极跳 bungee jump?
Tracy: Yes I am. I mean, why not? I think it will be fun.
Yang Li: You are bonkers. 你怎么会想到去玩这么危险的游戏呢？
Tracy: I’m raising money for charity.
Yang Li: Oh, I see. 你是为了给慈善机构捐款。
Tracy: We’re looking for more people, Li. Would you like to join me?
Yang Li: I couldn’t. I think you have to be bonkers to do a bungee jump.
Tracy: Let’s explain what bonkers B.O.N.K.E.R.S. means:
Yang Li: It means that you are crazy or mad. It means that you have lost your mind. Crazy 疯狂的，mad 也是发疯的意思，还有 lost your mind 失去理智。
Tracy: Yes, those are some good synonyms. You could say that you think I am crazy for wanting to do a bungee jump.
Yang Li: 我也可以说，I think you have lost your mind.
Tracy: Yes, or you could say that you think I am bonkers.
Yang Li: You are bonkers. Why are these people being called bonkers?
A: I think I need more exercise so I’m going to walk to work tomorrow.
B: You’re bonkers. You live over seven miles away from the office.
A: I have a meeting with the boss tomorrow and I’m going to ask for a promotion.
B: Really, you’re bonkers. He’ll never agree to that.
Tracy: Some of those people did sound as if they were a little bonkers. Don’t you think?
Yang Li: 是的，听上去他们也是够 bonkers, 不过疯狂程度还是不如你。说来说去我还是不敢相信你真的是要去玩蹦极跳。
Tracy: Well you had better believe it.
Yang Li: Ok, I think we had better finish here before Tracy decides to do any other bonkers activities.
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Yang Li: 谢谢大家收听我们 BBC 英语教学为您特别提供制作的《地道英语》节目。
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