What's the matter? *用于对方身体不舒服或对方有什么异常时。
What's the matter? You look sad. (你怎么了?显得这么伤心。)
Nothing. I'm just tired. (没什么。我只是累了。)
Is anything wrong?
What's the problem?
Is something bothering you? *bother “使……烦心”、“折磨”。['bɔðə] 烦扰，打扰；使……不安；使……恼怒
Are you okay? *用于对方发生什么不好的事情时。
Are you all right?
What's going on?
What's going on? (到底怎么回事?)
We were just talking. (我们只是说说。)
Is something on your mind? *be on a person's mind “有什么挂心的事”。
Do you have something on your mind?
What are you worried about? (你担心什么?)
What's on your mind? (你担心什么呢?)
Is anything bothering you?
I was worried about you.
I was concerned about you. [kən'sə:n] 涉及，关系到；使担心
Please don't go out of your way.
I'll drop you off. (我送你回家。)
Please don't go out of your way. (请不要特地送我。)
You look serious. ['siəriəs, 'si:r-] 严肃的，严重的；认真的；庄重的；危急的
You look serious. (你怎么那么严肃。)
This is important. (这事很重要。)
You look grave. [ɡreiv] 严肃的；重大的；黯淡的
You look sad today.
You don't look very happy today.
Why are you so glum? *glum “闷闷不乐的”、“忧郁的”、“愁闷的”。 [ɡlʌm] 阴沉的；忧郁的
Why are you so glum? (你怎么闷闷不乐的呀?)
My girlfriend just dumped me. (女朋友刚跟我吹了。)*dump “抛弃”。
Why so glum?
Why the long face? Long face 闷闷不乐；不悦的脸色
You look exhausted. *exhausted “精疲力尽”、“疲劳不堪”，表示在此情况下再也不能做任何事情的疲劳感。 [iɡ'zɔ:stid]
You look very tired.
You look worn-out.
You look bushed. *俚语。
You look pooped. *俚语。
You need a break.
It's six o'clock already. (已经6点了。)
Yeah, you need a break. (是呀，你该休息会儿了。)
You need a rest.
You need to take a break.
You should take it easy. (你该放松会儿。)
Something is wrong with you today.
You're not yourself today.
You seem different today.
Who are you irritated with? *用be irritated with...表示“为……而急躁的”、“为……而发怒的”。
Who has irritated you? ['iriteitid] 恼怒的，生气的 激怒；使…无效；使…兴奋
You're nervous. ['nə:vəs] 神经的；紧张不安的；强健有力的
I think you're nervous. (我觉得你太紧张。)
No, I'm not nervous! (没有，我不紧张。)
You seem nervous. (你好像很紧张。)
(I'm) sorry to hear that.
My dog died. (我的狗死了。)
I'm sorry to hear that. (听到这事我很难过。)
I'm sorry about that.
(That's) too bad.
That's a pity. ['piti] 怜悯，同情；遗憾 对……表示怜悯；对……感到同情
What a pity.
How awful. (太可怕了!) ['ɔ:ful] 可怕的，吓人的；庄严的，威严的；糟糕的，糟透的
How sad. (太让人伤心了!)
What a shame. (太遗憾了。) *shame “遗憾的事”、“倒霉的事”。[ʃeim]
It rained every day while I was in Hawaii. (我在夏威夷那几天，每天下雨。)
That's unfortunate. (真够倒霉的。)
I'm sorry about your misfortune. *更礼貌的说法。
It's unfortunate. [,ʌn'fɔ:tʃənət] 不幸的；令人遗憾的；不成功的
It's a common mistake.
It must be tough for you. *tough表示“困难的”、“不容易的”、“费力气的”。
She won't talk to me anymore. (她再也不会和我说话了。)
It must be tough for you. (那你肯定很难受吧。)
It must be hard on you.
Oh, poor thing! *poor “可怜的”、“太惨的”。
Bob got fired. (鲍勃被解雇了。)
Oh, poor thing! (哦!太惨了!)
Oh, poor baby!
Ah, poor Bob! (啊，可怜的鲍勃!)
I know how you feel.
My wife left me. (我妻子离开了我。)
Mine, too. I know how you feel. (我也是，我了解你的感受。)
I understand the way you feel.
I really sympathize with you. (我真的同情你。) ['simpəθaiz]
I'm really sorry! (我真的很抱歉。)
Never mind. (没什么。)*带有“别在意”、“忘了它吧”、“没什么”的语感。
Don't worry (about it).
Forget (about) it. (没什么。) *比Never mind更直接。根据说法不同，有时听起来没有礼貌。
What bad luck. *用于宽慰努力了但却没能成功的人。“太遗憾了”、“太不顺了”、“太可惜了”。
Better luck next time! (下次一定会走运的!)
That's too bad!
What a shame!
That's all right.
I'm sorry, I'm late. (真对不起，我来晚了。)
That's all right. (没事儿。)
It's no problem.
Don't blame yourself. *blame “责备人、责难人”。
It's all my fault! (都是我弄错了。)
Don't blame yourself. (别责备自己了。)
It's not your fault.
It happens. *发生了没有预料到的事情，劝人想开点儿的语气。
I feel really bad about it. (那件事我做的真不好。)
Don't worry, it happens. (别担心了，那是常有的事。)
It happens to the best of us.
It happens to everyone.
There's no need to worry about it.
Don't concern yourself.
Don't give it another thought. *give it another thought 直译是“别再有其他的想法”，“别想得太多”。
It can't be helped.
I don't want to put you out. *put out 有“添麻烦”的意思。
You're welcome to stay. (您就住下吧。)
I don't want to put you out. (不，我不想给您添麻烦。)
I don't want to bother you.
I don't want to cause you trouble.
This is nothing.
Wow! Shibuya is crowded. (哇!涩谷这么挤呀!)
This is nothing, you should see Shinjuku. (这算什么呀!你该去新宿看看。)
You have a lot of homework. (你有这么多作业呀。)
This is nothing. (这算不了什么。)
It's no big deal.
It's no problem.
No big deal. *这种表达方式表示“没什么了不起的”、“没什么”、“这很容易”。
Sorry, I can't play tennis with you tomorrow. (对不起，我明天不能和你一起去打网球。)
No big deal. I'll ask John to play. (没什么，我问约翰能不能去。)
I've seen worse. *“我还知道更糟糕的事”、“这还算好的呢”，用于鼓励遇到挫折的人。
That was a bad movie. (那真是部糟糕的电影。)
I've seen worse. (这还算好的呢。)
It could have been worse. (还有比这更糟的呢!)
It might have been worse. (也许有的比这更糟呢。)
Don't feel so bad about yourself.
Don't be so hard on yourself.
Don't be so down on yourself.
Don't think so lowly of yourself.
What a pity!
What a shame!
It'll work out. *work out 表示“进展顺利”、“解决”。
I don't know what to do! (我不知道该怎么办!)
I'm sure it'll work out. (别担心，总会有办法的。)
Everything will be fine. (一切都会顺利的。)
Things will work out.
She's just upset.
What's her problem? (她怎么了?)
She's just upset. (她只是有点心烦。)
She's just mad.
She's only angry.
Wipe your tears.
Cheer up! (振作起来!)
I'll try. (我会的。)
Come on! (打起精神来!)
Take it easy! (别那么想不开。)
Pull yourself together! (重新振作起来。)
Get a hold of yourself!
Get your shit together! *语气相当尖锐。表达类似“别那么懒懒散散的，振作精神，好好干”的感觉。
Do your best!
Do a good job! (好好干!)
Go for it! *对将要开始某事的人说。
Should I ask her out? (我是不是该约她出去?)
Yeah, go for it! (是呀，勇敢点儿!)
It's my turn to bat. (该轮到我打了。)
Go for it! (加油!)
Take a chance! (给自己一次机会碰碰运气吧!)
We'll cheer for your team. *cheer “助威，喝彩”。直译就是“我们会给你们队助威的”。
I'm playing basketball tomorrow. (明天我有篮球比赛。)
We'll cheer for your team. (我们会给你们队助威的。)
Try harder next time.
My test score was low. (我的考分很低。)
Try harder next time. (下次再努力吧。)
Hang in there! *鼓励正在做某事的人，“坚持下去!”、“不要放弃!”。
I can't do it anymore. (我不行了。)
Hang in there! (别松劲!))
Don't give it up!
Keep at it! (坚持下去!)
Keep your chin up! (要有信心!)
Try harder! (再加把劲!)
Don't give up! *它和hang in there的意思几乎相同，只不过这种说法比较直接。
Keep it up!
Never give up! (绝对不能放弃!)
You can do it!
This machine is too difficult to operate. (这台机器很难操作。)
You can do it! (你可以的!)
Look on the bright side.
My salary is really low. (我的薪水真的太低。)
Look on the bright side. Your job is very rewarding. (你得看到好的一面。你的工作可是很有价值的呀。)
Don't take it too seriously!
Don't get worked up over nothing! *work up “激动”、“激起，使激动”。
Keep your chin up! *直译是“抬起下巴来”。作为词组常用来表示“别失望，抱点希望”。
I feel so sad. (我真的很痛苦。)
Keep your chin up! (别灰心!)
You can do anything if you really want to.
You can do anything if you really want to. (想做你一定能做得到。)
That's the spirit! (那才是好样的!)
You can do anything if you put your mind to it.
You can do anything if you are so minded.
You can accomplish anything if you believe in it. (只要有信心，什么事都办得到。)
There's a chance. *鼓励对方打起精神的说法。“愿望有可能实现”，但带有希望不大的语感。
I'll never pass that test. (我肯定考不过。)
There's a chance. (这可是个机会。)
There's a possibility.
It's not impossible. (不是不可能的。)
It could happen. (还是有可能的。)
Worrying about it won't solve anything.
Worrying about it won't make it better.
Get it together, Jack!
I can't do it, I can't! (我做不了，我不行。)
Get it together, Jack! (振作起来，杰克!)
Just try it.
I don't think I can. (我想我不行。)
Just try it. (你试试看。)
I don't want to. (我不想做。)
Just try it. (就试一下。)
Come on, try it.
Just give it a try.
Try and do it.
Give it a try.
Have another try.
Do it again.
Give it another try.
Don't be a chicken. *这里的chicken是俚语，表示“胆小鬼，窝囊废”，而不是“小鸡”。
Don't be a chicken. Ask her out. (别那么窝囊，去约她吧。)
But what if she says not? (可要是她说“不”怎么办?)
Don't be a coward.
Don't be a sissy. *俚语。
Let's face it. *用在表示“面对不能令人满意的事实”时。
Do you think I'm smart? (你觉得我聪明吗?)
Let's face it, you're no Einstein. (你得面对现实，你不是爱因斯坦。)
Let's face facts. (让我们面对现实。)
Let's be realistic.
Let's cheer him up.
He looks blue. (他看上去很忧郁。)
Let's cheer him up. (我们得让他振作起来。)
Let's try to make him forget his troubles. (我们试着让他忘记烦恼吧。)
I wish you success!
Success to you!
May you succeed!
I'll have my fingers crossed. *have one's fingers crossed 表示“希望计划能够顺利进行”。直译是“把手指叠在一起”，实际场合中常常一边把中指叠在食指上，一边这么说。
I'll keep my fingers crossed.
I'll cross my fingers.
I'll keep my hopes up. (我期待着……。)
Tell him to his face.
Tell him to his face that he's a liar! (你应当面对他说他是个骗子!)
Well, I can't. (可我不行。)
No way! (不可能!)
I'm serious. (我是认真的。)
Are you joking? (你是开玩笑吧?)
No, I'm serious. (不，我是认真的。)
I'm really serious. (我真的是认真的。)
I'm not joking. (我没开玩笑。)
I'm being honest with you. (开诚布公地跟你讲。)
I mean it! *当对方不相信你说的是真话时。
I don't mean it. (我不是这个意思。)
Take my word for it.
Believe me. (相信我!)
Take it from me.(相信我。)
You'd better believe it! *口语说法。
Did he really say that? (他真的这么说了吗?)
You'd better believe it! (请相信我!)
I really mean it! (真是那么回事。)
Trust me! (请相信我!)
I'm sure of it.
Is the party at 9∶00? (晚会是9点开始吗?)
I'm sure of it. (我敢肯定是。)
I'm absolutely sure.
I know for sure that...
I'm positive. (我有把握。)
It may sound strange, but it's true.
No way! (不可能有!)
It may sound strange, but it's true. (听起来也许奇怪，但它是真的。)
You may not believe it, but I'm telling the truth.
It may be unbelievable, but it's the truth. (你也许不能相信，但那是事实。)
It's your fault. (是你的错。)
Me? I'm innocent! (是我?真冤柱呀!)
I'm innocent! (我是清白的。)
Don't lie! I saw you do it. (别撒谎，我看见你干的。)
I didn't do it. (我没干。)