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机经/预测 > 口语 > Part 2题库 > Part 2详情
A Mistake You Made
Part 2
Describe a mistake you've made.
You should say:
what the mistake was
when you made the mistake
how you made the mistake
and explain what happened as a result.
Just a few weeks ago, I accidentally broke a mirror that belonged to a friend of mine. My friend had asked me to look after her mirror, because she was in the process of moving house and needed me to store some of her belongings for a few weeks. She was moving out of an apartment very close to mine, so it was easy for her to bring a few things over. It was going to be much harder for her to transport all of her belongings across the city to her new place all in one go. I thought I was being really helpful by offering to keep hold of her stuff for a while. 就在几周前,我不小心打碎了我朋友的镜子。因为她最近在搬家,需要我储存几周她的一些物品,所以她让我帮忙看管镜子。她搬出的公寓离我很近,因此带一些东西到我的住处很方便。一次搬完所有的家当对她来说很困难。我想帮她短暂的寄存一些物品可以帮到她。
Then I broke her mirror. It was a really stupid mistake to make. I had leaned it up against the wall near the door of my apartment, and I had got into the habit of using it every day to check my appearance as I left home. But I had decided to move it, to see how it looked in my bedroom. I was even thinking of buying a second mirror myself. 然后我打破她了的镜子。这是一个非常愚蠢的错误。我把它靠在我公寓门口的墙上,每天离开家的时候我已经习惯了用它来检查一下我的仪表。但我打算挪一下它,看看放在卧室里怎么样。我甚至也在考虑给自己也买一个这样的镜子。
It all happened too fast for me to prevent the mirror breaking. I leaned it somewhere unstable at the same time the draft coming through my window picked up, and all of a sudden the mirror was in pieces on my bedroom floor. I could do nothing to rectify the situation but clean up the mess and make sure there was no glass on my floor. 这一切发生得太快了,我来不及阻止镜子摔坏。我把它靠放在一个不太稳的地方,与此同时窗子里刮来一阵风,就在一瞬间镜子摔倒在卧室地板上变成了碎片。我无法扭转这种局面只能收拾残局并确保地板上没有玻璃。
Eventually, I called my friend and told her what had happened. She was disappointed to hear about the mirror – she had thought it would be safe if she left it with me – but she said it wasn't a very expensive mirror and it would be easy to buy a new one. That's when I realised that I could have solved the problem on my own by simply taking a trip to IKEA to buy my friend a new mirror! 最终,我打电话给我朋友,告诉她发生了什么。她很失望听到镜子碎了,她认为镜子放在我这里是很安全的。但她说这并不是一个非常昂贵的镜子,买个新的应该很容易。那时候我意识到我可以自己解决这个问题,只需要去一趟宜家买一个新的给她就好了!