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Jammy 幸运的

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Natalie: Hi I'm Natalie and welcome to Authentic Real English.

Feifei: And I'm Feifei. Natalie did you hear about John in the office?

Natalie: No… why what's happened?

Feifei: Well you know that brand new action film that is having its premiere in Leicester Square this week?

Natalie: What? The film starring Tom Cruise?

Feifei: Yeah! Well John got tickets to go to the premiere!

Natalie: What?! John is so jammy!

Feifei: Jammy? Like jam?! 果酱?!

Jammy 幸运的

Did you get the last scone? You're so jammy!

Natalie: No not like actual jam you have on toast, but he is jammy… meaning he is very lucky.

Feifei: 原来 jammy 在这里是一个形容词,意思是幸运的。

Natalie: So John is very lucky to be able to get tickets to that film premiere.

Feifei: John 非常幸运,买到了由汤姆.克鲁斯主演的电影在伦敦的首映式的票。

Natalie: I'm jealous!

Feifei: So am I; John is very jammy.

Natalie: Well here are some more examples of using the adjective jammy.

A: I can't wait until next week!

B: You're so jammy getting the whole week off.

A: I can't wait to hear her new album.

B. Well I've already heard it! I was jammy enough to get the album before anyone else.

Feifei: I can't believe John is going to get to meet all those famous stars on the red carpet.

Natalie: Well Feifei… you know that all these premieres have after-parties.

Feifei: After-parties 庆功晚会。

Natalie: Well I know a friend that can get us into the after-party!

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