1、maybe adv. 也许； 2、don’t know what to say不知道该说什么好；
3、shouldn’t have done sth.不该做(已经做了的)事情；
4、awfully sorry 非常抱歉； 5、realize vt. 意识到；
6、care about在意； 7、slept vi. 睡觉(sleep的过去时和过去分词)；
8、the World Cup世界杯； 9、turn on打开(电器)；
10、regret vt. 后悔； 11、sleepy adj. 困倦的；
12、for one’s good为某人好； 13、fall in love恋爱，坠入爱河；
14、purse n. 钱夹； 15、lie to sb.对某人撒谎；
16、lap-top笔记本电脑； 17、first prize 一等奖；
Mary:John, did you tell Susan that I am 26 years old?
John:Oh, well, maybe. I don’t remember very well now.
Mary:John, well, I really don’t know what to say, but you shouldn’t have told her about my age.
John:I’m awfully sorry for that, Mary. I would never do that again.
Mary:Well, in fact, I shouldn’t have told you about my age.
John:I really didn’t realize that you would care so much about it.
Mary:Who doesn’t care?
John:I don’t know, but I don’t myself.
Mary:Well, you’re really different!
Kathy:You look tired. You must not have slept well last night.
Jim:No, I didn’t. As a matter of fact, I only slept for 1 hour.
Kathy:You shouldn’t have slept so little.
Jim:But the World Cup football match was so exciting.
Kathy:But you would have to come to class today. In fact, you shouldn’t have even turned on the TV.
Jim:Now I really regret it. Oh, I’m so sleepy!
Kathy:You deserve it!
Jim:Come on, Kathy, you shouldn’t have said that. You aren’t my mother, are you?
Kathy:No, I’m not, but I’m saying all these for your good.
1.I really don’t know what to say, but you shouldn’t have given him the money.
2.I shouldn’t have ever believed her.
3.I should have told her about it.
4.He should have come to me for help.
5.I should have worked harder.
6.I should have read more books.
7.I shouldn’t have fallen in love so young.
8.You should have told me earlier.
9.We shouldn’t have come here.
10.We should have called him before we left.
11.It’s wet on the ground. It must have rained just now.
12.The light in her room is out. She must have gone to bed.
13.I can’t find my purse. It was on my bed. Someone must have taken it.
14.He must have already known that you had lied to him.
15.Someone must have taken away my lap-top.
16.I really regret saying that to her.
17.Do you regret marrying me?
18.If you do it, you’ll regret it.
19.I would never regret being an English teacher.
20.I won the first prize!—You deserve it.