① What are your plans this weekend? 这周末你计划做什么?
② I was wondering if you were doing anything this weekend. 我想知道这个周末你有什么要做。
③ We're planning a TWO-Day Tour to Shanghai this weekend. 我们计划这周末去上海两日游。
④ Do you have any plans for the long weekend? 你有办法打发这个漫长的周末吗?
⑤ I'd like to pick sea shells this weekend. 这周末我想去捡贝壳。
⑥ We are planning to take a long hike on Saturday. 星期六我们计划来次很长的徒步旅行。
⑦ How about if we go tomorrow instead? 我们改成明天去怎么样?
⑧ Your plan for a class get-together.
A: Hi, Lucy. What are your plans for the weekend? 嗨,露西,这周末你有什么计划吗?
B: I have no idea now. How about you? 我没什么计划,你呢?
A: We are planning to take a long hike on Saturday. Are you up for it? 星期六我们计划来次很长的徒步旅行。要去吗? B: Sounds great. Count me in. 听起来不错,算上我一个。
A: No problem. We make it at 7 o'clock at the school gate. 没问题,我们约好7点在学校门口见。
B: All right. I won't be late. 知道了,我不会迟到的!
Count me in:算上我,算我一份,是指把我考虑在对方的计划、行动中。
在一些地方看到说count me on也可以表示“算上我”的意思,但实际在英语中,“算上我”的正确说法应该是count me in,其反义词是count me out。
Count后面接on的一般说法是count on sb./sth.,表示“依靠,依赖”。
Beth: How did you enjoy the weekend in the countryside Sally?iSally: I had a great time. The fresh air, the peace and quiet and I got to know many new people.