A: You’d better not enter a lawsuit against him for blackening your name. B: Then what can I do? A: You may make a compromise with him, and a bad compromise is better than a good lawsuit. -你最好不要为他中伤你而对他提出诉讼。 -那我该怎么办？ -你可以与他和解，以和为贵。
Wei: This is better than some of the hotels we've stayed in. Paul: No kidding. That queen-sized bed in the back looks great. Wei: For me, that is. You and Trev will have to sleep in the two beds up front. Paul: Only if you do some cooking in this kitchenette. Wei: Do you think this motor home is too big? Paul: It is a bit grandiose. I don't think we really need one with these slideout sections. Wei: Yeah, it's nice, but maybe we need to check out something smaller.
All you remember about your child being fourteen is being asked not to stop the car in front of the school in the morning. You had to drive two blocks further and unlock the doors without coming to a complete stop. You remember not getting to kiss your child goodbye or talking to him in front of his friends. You wished your child would be more mature.
what＋be…like？要求对方进行描述，可以用于人或物： —What was the exam like？ —It was very difficult． —这次考试怎么样？ —难极了。 —What was the weather like？ —It was very windy． —天气怎么样？ —风很大。 —What's the food like in your hostel？ —It's quite good． —你们学生公寓的伙食怎么样？ —还不错。