Are you free this weekend? *free“有空，空閒”。
Are you free this weekend? (這個週末你有空嗎?)
Yes, I am. (嗯，有空。) *回答no時，用“No, I have plans.”(不，我有安排。) “No, I'm going skiing.” (不，我要去滑雪。)
Could I see you again?
Could you give me your phone number?
Where shall we meet?
Where shall I meet you?
Shall I come to pick you up? *pick up“開車去接某人”。
Are you doing anything this afternoon?
Are you doing anything this afternoon? (你今天下午有安排嗎?)
No, nothing special. (沒有，沒有什麼特別的安排。)
Yes, I have to work. (嗯，我得工作。)
Do you have plans for this afternoon?
Are you busy this afternoon? (今天下午你忙嗎?)
How about having dinner with me?
How about having dinner with me? (和我一起吃晚飯，好嗎?)
Sounds great! (那太好了!)
How about dinner? (一起吃晚飯怎麼樣?)
Let's have dinner together. (讓我們一起吃晚飯吧。)
Why don't we go to see a baseball game?
Why don't we ...? “為什麼不……呢?”
Why don't we go to see a baseball game? (我們幹嘛不去看棒球比賽呢?)
Yeah! (好啊!)Let's go see a baseball game!
Sorry, I'm tied up. *be tied up“受(時間的)約束”。
Sorry, I have plans.
Sorry, I'm busy. (對不起，我很忙。)
I'm sorry, but I have other plans.
I'm afraid I can't.
I'm sorry but I can't.
Thanks for asking, but...
Let's go out for a drink. (去喝一杯吧。)
Thanks for asking, but I already made plans. (謝謝你的邀請，可是我有別的安排。)
Thanks for the invitation, but... (謝謝您的邀請，可是……)
How about a rain check? *rain check指“(比賽、活動等)因雨天改期再賽時作為入場券的原票票根”。由因雨天中止或延期比賽而發給觀眾“rain check”引申為被邀請者因故不能接受邀請，而邀請繼續有效的意思，“以後方便的時間”、“下次還有機會”。
Let's do it another time. (再找時間吧。)
Could we plan it for another day? (能找其他時間吧?)
Some other time. (再找其他時間吧。)
I hope you can come.
When is it convenient for you? *生意場上、朋友之間均可用該句來決定約會的日子和時間。convenient “方便的，合適的”。
When is it convenient for you? (你什麼時候方便?)
I'm free on Friday. (星期五。)
What is a good time for you?
When is good for you?
About what time?
Jack, what time do you want to go bowling? (傑克，你想什麼時候去打保齡球呀?)
Whenever. I'm free all day. (什麼時候都可以。我一整天都有空。)
Whenever you are free. (什麼時間都行，只要你有時間。)
Any day is okay. (哪天都行。)
Any day of the week is fine. (星期幾都行。)
Anytime is fine.
When you have time.
I'm free today. *free 有“自由的，免費的”等多種意思，在這句裡是“有空”的意思。
I have a lot of free time today. (今天我很空閒。)
I have nothing to do today. (我今天沒什麼要做的。)
I'll be busy tomorrow.
How about tomorrow? (明天怎麼樣?)
Sorry, I'll be busy tomorrow. (對不起，明天我會很忙。)
How about the tenth? *要說“～號”的時候，像the tenth一樣要在數字的後面加上-th。
When are you free? * 比較隨便的說法。
When should we go? (咱們什麼時候走?)
When are you free? (你什麼時候有空?)
When are you free? (你什麼時候有空?)
Friday after 3:00. (星期五3點以後有空。)
When are you available? * 一般的用法。
That's a bad day for me.
That day is fine.
When can I come over? *come over“順便拜訪”。
When can I visit? (我什麼時候能去拜訪您?)
When can I stop by? (我什麼時候可以去你那兒坐坐?)
When can I drop by? (我什麼時候可以去你那兒坐坐?)
You decide when.
I'll leave it up to you. (全交給你了。)
It's your decision. (你定吧。)
You decide where.
Wherever you want is okay. (哪兒都行，只要你覺得好。)
Is seven convenient for you?
When should I come? (我什麼時候來合適?)
Is seven convenient for you? (7點你方便嗎?)
Is seven okay for you?
When can you come over?
What time can you make it?
Is it too early?
Is it too late?
It's a date. *這句用於確認約會的日期和時間。
It's a date. (就那天吧。)
Okay, see you then. (行，到時候見。)
Let's meet tomorrow at 7∶30. (明天7∶30見吧。)
It's a date. (那，到時候見吧。)
See you then.
Are you ready?
Are you ready? (準備好了嗎?)
No, not yet. (還沒呢。)
Are you all set? (好了嗎?)
I'm all set.
I'm not ready.
What time shall we leave? *leave“離開”、“走開”。
What time shall we leave? (我們什麼時候出發。)
In about ten minutes. (大約10分鐘以後。)
What time do you want to leave? (你想幾點走?)
What time do we leave? (幾點出門?)
What time are we taking off? (我們幾點走?)*比較隨便的說法。
What time do we arrive?
When do we get there?
Let's get going. *這是常用的句子，最好能記住。
Let's get going. (那我們走吧。)
I'll be ready in five minutes. (我5分鐘就好。)
Let's take off.
Shall we go? (我們可以走了嗎?)
Okay, let's go. (好了，走吧。)
Let's hit the road! *直譯是“開路”，是常用的句子，最好能記住。
Would you like to go to a movie? *Would you like to...? 表示“你想……嗎?”、“要不要……?”的意思，是比較有禮貌地表示邀請和提議的句型。
Would you like to go to a movie? (你想去看電影嗎?)
Sure, I'd love to. (當然，我很想去。)
What do you say to going to a movie? *這句和上句的意思一樣，但是這種說法比較隨便。
What's on tonight? *on用來表示“電影、戲劇的上演和活動的舉行”。
What's playing tonight?
What are you showing tonight?
What movie do you want to see?
I want to see...
Where is... playing?
How long is... playing?
How long will... play?
Who is in this movie?
How long does it last? *last“持續，繼續”。
How long will it last?
How long is it?
What time is the next showing?
When is the next showing?
What time will it be over?
What time will it end?
Two tickets, please.
Two adults, please.
I can't see because of the person in front of me.
That person is blocking my view.
That person is in my way.
We are way in the back, aren't we?
Let's sit closer up front.
That was interesting, wasn't it?
That was interesting, wasn't it? (真太有意思了，是不是?)
It sure was. (確實。)
That was boring, wasn't it?
That was dull, wasn't it?
I was moved. *move“使……感動”。
How was the ballet? (芭蕾舞怎麼樣?)
I was moved. (太讓人感動了。)
It touched me.
It was a touching movie. (這是一部感人的電影。)
I'd like two tickets for October 3rd, please.
Sorry, we're sold out.
Do you have any tickets for the concert? (還有那場音樂會的票嗎?)
Sorry, we're sold out. (對不起，賣完了。)
When do you have tickets?
Which date do you have tickets for?
What time does it start?
What time does it begin?
Can I make a reservation?
Where can I buy a ticket?
△Where can I buy a ticket? (在哪兒買票?)
▲At that counter. (在那個櫃檯。)
Is this seat taken?
A)△Is this seat taken? (這位子有人嗎?)
B)▲No, it's not. (不，沒人。) * 這句直譯是：
Is anyone sitting here? (這兒有人嗎?)
Can I sit here? (我可以坐這兒嗎?)
Do you mind if I sit here? (您介意我坐在這兒嗎?)
Is this seat free?
We have great seats, don't we?
Go for it,...!
I'd like to play golf.
I'd like to play golf. (我想打高爾夫球。)
Who would you like to play with? (和誰打呀?)
Would you like to golf tomorrow?
Would you like to golf tomorrow? (明天打高爾夫球，好嗎?)
I'd like to. (我挺想去的。)
How would you like to play golf tomorrow?
Do you want to play golf tomorrow?
Would you be interested in playing golf tomorrow?
Do you want to join me?
Would you like to play golf with me?
Are there any golf courses around here?
How much is it per person?
How much is it per day?
Are there any extra charges?
Is there any extra charge?
Can I rent the equipment? *equipment 表示“用具，必需品”。
Please make a reservation for golf.
Would you make a reservation for golf? (能幫我預約高爾夫球嗎?)
I'd like to make golf reservations.
When would you like to play?
When do you want to play?
This Friday, if possible.
There are four of us.
What time are we starting?
How about a drink?
How about a drink? (去喝一杯怎麼樣?)
That's a great idea. (好主意。)
I need a drink.
Would you like to have a drink after work?
Would you like to have a drink after work? (下班以後去喝一杯怎麼樣?)
I'm afraid I'm busy tonight. (很遺憾，恐怕我今天晚上很忙。)
Do you have any beer?
Do you have any beer? (有啤酒嗎?)
Sure. What kind do you want? (當然，要哪種的?)
Two bottles of beer, please.
Two beers, please.
One whiskey with water, please.
What kind of snacks should we have?
What kind of snacks should we have? (要什麼下酒菜呢?)
I'll leave it up to you. (你看著辦吧。)
Let's forget about work and have some fun.
Let's get our minds off of work and have a good time.
Let's take our minds off of work. (讓我們忘掉工作吧。)
What are you drinking?
I like to go barhopping. *hop“一蹦一蹦(地)”，在這個句子裡是從一個酒館到另一個酒館的意思。
The first sip is the best! *喝第一口啤酒時常說的話。
The first taste is the greatest!
The first gulp is the best! *gulp是“吞飲，一口氣喝下去”。sip 是“啜飲，一口一口地抿著喝”。
Nothing beats this! *beat“戰勝”的意思，直譯是“什麼都不能戰勝這個”，即“這個最好。”
Would you like a refill? *refill“再加滿”。
Would you like more?
How about a refill?
Would you like one more?
Would you like another cup?
Another beer, please.
One more beer, please.
This whiskey is strong.
How do you like sake?
I'm drunk. (我喝醉了。)
Let me drive you home. (我開車送你回家吧。)
I feel a little tipsy. *tipsy“微醉的”、“踉踉蹌蹌的”。
I'm slightly drunk.
I'm loaded. *loaded“喝醉了”的狀態。
Don't overdo it.
Please don't drink too much.
I get drunk easily. *drunk“喝醉”，“酒後駕車”是drunk driving。
I get drunk quickly.
I'm a heavy drinker. (我的酒量大。)
I drank too much.
I had too much to drink.
I should have drunk less.
I shouldn't have drunk this much.
I have a hangover. *hangover“宿醉”。
Let's go to karaoke. *雖然卡拉OK在美國的大城市比較受歡迎，但是並不普遍。美國人稱卡拉OK為“Carry O.K.”。
Let's go to karaoke! (我們去唱卡拉OK吧。)
Sorry, I'm tone-deaf. (對不起，我五音不全。)
What is karaoke?
Singing along with recorded music.
Are you good at singing?
I'd like to request a song.
You sing first.
Let's enjoy ourselves.
How about a song, John?
What are you going to sing?
Let's sing a duet.
Now it's my turn.
It's finally my turn. (終於輪到我了。)
I don't have the nerve to sing in front of people. *have the nerve to...“敢做……，有做……膽量”。
I don't have the guts to sing in front of people.
I can't keep up with the new songs. *keep up with...“跟上，不落後於……”。
I can't keep track of the new music.
I can't learn the new songs fast enough.
I have no ear for music.
My singing is out of tune. (我唱歌總跑調兒。)
What's your karaoke specialty?
What's your best song?
Which songs do you sing the best?
I've never heard of that song.
Do you know that song? (你知道那首歌嗎?)
No, I've never heard of that song. (沒有，我從來沒聽說過那首歌。)
You're a good singer!
You sing very well!
Well done! (唱得好。)
Good job! (太棒了!)