The script of this programme 本节目台词
William: Hello, I'm William Kremer and this is your favourite programme about English slang, Authentic Real English.
Wang Fei: 大家好，我是王飞。Hi there, I'm Wang Fei.
William, look what I've made!
William: Ooh! A pizza! It looks lovely.
Wang Fei: 我是用我自己的特制皮萨烤箱做的。现在我们再做最后的一道工序。马上就好了。
William: What are you doing?!
Wang Fei: 我把一个鸡蛋打在皮萨饼上。我在威尼斯看到过一个服务员把鸡蛋打在皮萨饼上。There! Would you like a slice?
William: Er, maybe not, Wang Fei! Don't you think that raw egg is a bit... iffy?
Wang Fei: Iffy?
William: Iffy, which means maybe not very good.
Wang Fei: Iffy 有些怪的，有问题的。我们来听更多的用法。
B: I might not go in to work today. My stomach is feeling very iffy after eating Wang Fei's pizza last night!
William: That's right. And in the second example someone said that they were feeling iffy after eating your pizza, Wang Fei!
Wang Fei: That's not nice!
William: It's not nice, I'm sorry, I'm sorry. Now, we can also use this word iffy when we are describing something that is uncertain, that might not happen. So let's hear an example of that.
B: Well, that's looking a bit iffy to be honest. It depends on Richard's job.
William: Yes. But your pizza looks iffy because it might not be good for me.
Wang Fei: Hmm. So are you saying that you never eat eggs, William?
William: No, I eat eggs. I just prefer to cook them first!
Wang Fei: 看来你从来没有吃过蛋黄酱吧？
William: Er...mayonnaise... hmmm. Well, anyway, remember that you can hear more Authentic Real English programmes on our website bbcukchina.com.
Wang Fei: 再见！
William: Bye bye.