|Call on a handyman when you've got a problem.
Helen: Hello, welcome to Real English from BBC Learning English. I’m Helen.
Oliver: 嗨，我是Oliver。 (来源：英语学习门户 http://www.EnglishCN.com)
Helen: Today we’re going to look at words and phrases that you might not find in your dictionary.
Helen: Today we are going to concentrate on one word.
Oliver: 就一个词儿, excellent。
Helen: It has several uses though. The word is handy, h-a-n-d-y, handy.
Oliver: 这个词儿和手有关， hand. Handy 在手这个字的后边多了一个字母Y。
Helen: Often people talk about someone who is handy with something. That means this person is good at doing something, for example fixing cars.
Helen: Yes, my friend Keith likes cars very much and he’s good at fix problems in them, so he’s very handy with cars.
A: There’s something wrong with my computer, it keeps shutting down after 10 minutes.
B: Why don’t you give Jason a call? He’s really handy with computers.
A: Thanks, I’ll give him a ring now.
Oliver: Helen, 你说过 handy这个词儿还有其它的意思。
Helen: Yes, handy could also mean convenient.
Helen: For example, I always find it handy to have a pen with me.
A: It’s too dark to see the keyhole.
B: Hang on, I’ve got a little torch on my key ring.
A: Oh, that’s handy.
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