大家都知道Michael这个美国学生正在学中文。他和中国学生李华约好每个星期至少在一起活动一次。今天他们决定到一个公园去滑冰。李华会学到两个常用语：loser 和to bug。
M: You're a very good skater. I just keep falling down.
M: I know, but I feel like such a loser. I keep getting passed by little kids. They laugh at me.
M: I said I feel like a loser, it means that I feel like a failure. It doesn't mean I lost a game.
M: Thanks for the encouragement, Li Hua. But I've always been kind of a loser at sports. Growing up, I was always picked last for the baseball and soccer teams.
M: What do you mean, Li Hua?
M: You're right, I do have a lot of friends. But if they could see how many times I fell down today, I'm sure they would not want be friends with such a loser.
M: Yeah, very good, Li Hua. That guy really is a loser. He never studies at all. I think he's in college just to party.
M: I guess so……Just wait up for me, in case I fall down again. Okay, let's go!
M: Yeah, you had been bugging me about going skating for so long, I guess it was about time that I came along with you.
M: No, bugging means to bother or annoy someone about something. I didn't mean it in a serious way, I was just kidding.
M: Sure. You can say that something is bugging you, such as an assignment that you haven't been able to finish or a problem that you cannot solve. You could also……
L：等等，让我先弄清楚你说的。你是说，我没能完成的功课，或者解决不了的问题都可以用to bug这个动词。那就是说：“This assignment is bugging me”，或者是：“This problem is bugging me"，对 不对？
M: Yes, you can also say that a habit someone has really bugs you.
M: You could say "It really bugs me when Mary interrupts me in the middle of a sentence." I can also say it really bugs me when you try to tell me what to do.
L：嗨，我告诉你该怎么做是为了你好。老实说，it bugs me that you never listen to me.
M: It seems that you've learned how to use "loser" and "to bug". Let's go home.