Let's go to karaoke. *虽然卡拉OK在美国的大城市比较受欢迎，但是并不普遍。美国人称卡拉OK为“Carry O.K.”。
Let's go to karaoke! (我们去唱卡拉OK吧。)
Sorry, I'm tone-deaf. (对不起，我五音不全。)
What is karaoke?
Singing along with recorded music.
Are you good at singing?
I'd like to request a song.
You sing first.
Let's enjoy ourselves.
How about a song, John?
What are you going to sing?
Let's sing a duet.
Now it's my turn.
It's finally my turn. (终于轮到我了。)
I don't have the nerve to sing in front of people. *have the nerve to...“敢做……， 有做……胆量”。
I don't have the guts to sing in front of people.
I can't keep up with the new songs. *keep up with...“跟上，不落后于……”。
I can't keep track of the new music.
I can't learn the new songs fast enough.
I have no ear for music.
My singing is out of tune. (我唱歌总跑调儿。)
What's your karaoke specialty?
What's your best song?
Which songs do you sing the best?
I've never heard of that song.
Do you know that song? (你知道那首歌吗?)
No, I've never heard of that song. (没有，我从来没听说过那首歌。)
You're a good singer!
You sing very well!
Well done! (唱得好。)
Good job! (太棒了!)