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听电影学英语-征婚广告 07

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  [00:03.60]- He seems really excited about her. - Where are Marc and Jason? -看来他很喜欢她 -马克和杰森呢?
[00:06.60]They took the kids to Magic Mountain. 带孩子去魔幻山了
[00:07.96]The kids didn’t even really want to go. The dads whined1. 他们还抱怨孩子们并不是真想去
[00:11.24]Well, they’re so spoiled, those dads. 他们太宠着孩子了
[00:14.44]So how was your day today? At the dog park? 你今天顺利吗?在公园?
[00:15.04]- How did you know about that? - Who do you think you’re dealing2 with? -你怎么知道的? -你以为面对的是谁?
[00:19.24]- You’re good. I have to give you that. - So come on. -我承认你厉害 -那就快说
[00:20.28]- Tell me. - Okay. -快 -好吧
[00:23.28]We got off to kind of a rough start. But then it was okay, you know? 开始有点糟糕,接下来挺不错
[00:27.76]He was a little intense. He was nervous. He couldn’t stop insulting me. 他有点紧张,所以显得有点咄咄逼人
[00:29.64]You know what this sounds like. 听起来你挺感兴趣
[00:30.96]- No, it’s not. Don’t say it. - But it is. It’s a growth opportunity. -不是,别说了 -是就是,这是个机会
[00:35.04]I’m not over my last growth opportunity when you stole Danny Shea. 你偷走丹尼-谢的那次机会我还没缓过来呢
[00:39.00]Will you forget Danny Shea? He’s probably a convicted felon3... 你能忘了丹尼-谢吗? 他现在可能在蹲大狱...

[00:41.28]...by now, divorced. -...离了婚,也许你该去找他 -卡萝
[00:42.88]- Maybe you should call him. - Carol.
[00:44.64]What about that guy you met at preschool? You maimed his kid? 幼儿园认识的那家伙呢? 孩子受伤那个?
[00:50.16]- Bob connor. - Yeah. Mr. Incorrigible4. -鲍伯-康纳 -对,不可救药先生
[00:51.20]I told you, I can’t. He’s the father of one of my students. 我说过不行,他是我学生的父亲
[00:53.92]Yes, honey, but he’s not your father. That’s a big step forward for you. 没错,但不是你父亲, 那对你来说是个大突破
[00:58.96]- Bill. - Dolly. -比尔 -多莉
[01:26.52]- What a lovely home you have, Dolly. - Thank you. -你的家真漂亮,多莉 -谢谢
[01:30.56]When my third husband died, I decided5 to give up the big house. 我第三任丈夫去世时我决定搬出大房子
[01:36.36]Third out of how many? 一共有几个?
[01:39.32]And these potholders? 还有这些杯垫
[01:41.64]Where did you manage to find them? 你是从哪弄到的?
[01:46.48]Oh, yes. She’s very creative. 她很有创造性
[01:50.60]Our mother used to sew all our clothes when we were younger. 我们小时候穿的衣服也都是妈妈做的
[01:53.36]- Sarah. - Well, she did. -莎拉 -本来就是
[01:55.36]Your father told me all about your mother, honey. 你爸爸跟我说过你妈妈的所有事,亲爱的
[01:57.12]She must have been a very special lady. 她一定是个非同寻常的女士

  [02:02.32]- She was. - And you must miss her very much. -是的 -你肯定很想念她
[02:03.00]- I do. - And you see me... -是的 -我猜想...
[02:07.36]...as something of an interloper, I suppose. ...你觉得我是个不速之客
[02:09.04]Do you want me to lie down for this? 你希望我视而不见吗?
[02:12.96]We’re at interloping? When did that happen? 我们成外人了?什么时候的事?
[02:17.12]It’s Dad’s life. I don’t meddle6. 这是爸爸的生活,我不想干涉
[02:18.12]Carol, you meddle in my life all the time. 可你一直在干涉我的生活
[02:21.76]Well, technically7 that’s not true, because you don’t have a life. -不完全是,因为你没有真正的人生 -我碰巧有个很完整的人生
[02:24.96]I happen to have a very full life.
[02:26.68]Did you even check all of your messages? 你查过所有回复吗?
[02:28.56]I thought a few were very promising8. 我觉得有几个值得考虑
[02:32.04]- Like who? - Like the engineer from oxnard. -比如谁? -比如那个奥克纳德的工程师
[02:33.40]- With the sexual dysfunction. - In what way would he be promising? -有性障碍的那个 -那哪点值得考虑?
[02:38.00]You could cure him. The whole nurse-patient thing. 你能治好他,象护士对待病人
[02:39.68]- You’ve got it all worked out. - It was brave of him to be so forthcoming. -你都想好了 -他这样坦诚是需要勇气的
[02:45.24]- Why don’t you call him, then. - Why don’t you. -那你干嘛不打他电话? -你怎么不打?
[02:45.32]- Call! I’ll give you his number. - Maybe I will. -去啊,我给你号码 -没准我会
[02:48.64]- Go for it. - Okay. -去啊 -行
[02:50.32]Hey there. Ms. Nolan. 你好,诺兰小姐
[02:52.92]What are you doing yelling in whispering Breeze Park? 怎么在"窃语公园"这么大声啊?
[02:54.48]Look who it is. 看看是谁
[02:58.44]- What a surprise. - Oh, hi, Ms. Nolan. How are you? -真没想到 -诺兰小姐,你好吗?
[02:59.16]- Hi, sweetie. - Who’s that? -小宝贝 -那是谁?
[03:02.76]- Oh, this is my sister carol. - Nice to meet you. -这是我姐姐卡萝 -很高兴认识你
[03:03.92]This is Austin, my student, and his dad, Mr. Connor. Bob. 这是我学生奥斯汀, 还有他爸爸康纳先生,鲍伯
[03:10.72]Actually, I go by Bobby now. 现在我该叫鲍比
[03:12.88]Right. You live here? 行了,你们住在这?
[03:14.08]Yeah, they cater9 to the recently separated and divorced. 对,这里专门接纳新近分居或离婚的人
[03:16.04]But I’m the youngest guy here by 40 years, so it’s good for my morale10. 我是40年来最年轻的, 这对自信有好处
[03:20.44]- My wife and I are gonna try it apart. - I know. -我妻子和我打算离婚 -我知道
[03:25.72]Will you just look at her, son? 你会对她目不转睛吗?
[03:27.20]Is my little girl lovely or is my little girl lovely? 我的小姑娘很可爱不是吗?

  [03:29.28]Oh, Dad, don’t worry about embarrassing me. 爸,别让我难堪了
[03:33.68]Stop it, Bill. She is cute as a button, though. 够了,比尔, 她又不是小孩子
[03:36.56]So, what is it you do, Bobby? Sarah never tells us about her beaus. 你干哪行的,鲍比? 莎拉从不跟我们说男性朋友的事
[03:39.80]I’m finishing my Ph.D. In American history. 在读博,美国历史专业
[03:40.28]- A biography of Robert E. Lee. - I always felt sorry for Lee. -关于罗伯特-李的传记 -我总是为他难过
[03:43.16]Forced to fight against his old friends and west Point classmates. 被迫和老朋友以及西点的同学作战
[03:46.96]Could only dress in gray. Sad. 只能穿灰色,悲哀
[03:49.08]She’s funny too. A complete package, you know. 她还很风趣,十全十美
[03:53.64]When I need extra money, I work construction. 另外需要钱时我就上工地干活
[03:55.32]Well, it sounds very manly11. Do you wear a hardhat? 听起来很有男人味,你戴安全帽吗?
[03:58.32]Sarah was the one who always had the boys knocking at the door. 当年有很多男孩子上门追求莎拉
[04:01.60]- Oh, Dad. - She had eyes only for that singer. -哦,爸爸 -她却只中意那个歌手
[04:03.84]What was his name? Thin fellow. 叫什么来着?瘦瘦的家伙
[04:07.64]- Looked like a girl. - Mick Jagger. -外表象个女的 -迈克-杰格
[04:10.32]No, no. Sarah was saving herself for David cassidy. 不对,莎拉是把自己留给了大卫-卡西迪
[04:13.28]- Carol wasn’t saving herself for anybody. - What? -卡萝不会把自己留给任何人 -什么话?
[04:13.64]Like you weren’t. 好象你没有似的
[04:17.16]I remember now. It was David cassidy of The Pheasant Family. 记起来了,是"野鸡家族"的大卫-卡西迪
[04:22.04]Bill. Bill, honey. 比尔,比尔,亲爱的
[04:22.84]Partridge Family. You know, I saw him last year in Vegas. 是"山鸡家族",我去年在维加斯见过他
[04:27.16]He was good. Hadn’t changed a bit. Same turtleneck. 挺帅,一点没变,还是那件套头毛衣
[04:29.24]Sarah had the whole Partridge act down. 莎拉有过整套"山鸡"的行头
[04:33.92]She’d put on the little miniskirt, the go-go boots... 她穿着短迷你裙,戈戈舞鞋...
[04:35.48]...and pretend she was Susan Dey. ...装成自己是苏珊-戴
[04:36.56]- This is all a lie. - Sing the theme song, Sarah. -都是假的 -唱唱那首主打歌
[04:40.64]- Don’t make me kill you, carol. - You remember the intro. -别逼我杀了你,卡萝 -还记得过门吧
[04:52.36]- No. - Come on. -休想 -来吧
[04:54.96]Come on. 来吧


1 whined cb507de8567f4d63145f632630148984     
v.哀号( whine的过去式和过去分词 );哀诉,诉怨
  • The dog whined at the door, asking to be let out. 狗在门前嚎叫着要出去。 来自《现代英汉综合大词典》
  • He whined and pouted when he did not get what he wanted. 他要是没得到想要的东西就会发牢骚、撅嘴。 来自辞典例句
2 dealing NvjzWP     
  • This store has an excellent reputation for fair dealing.该商店因买卖公道而享有极高的声誉。
  • His fair dealing earned our confidence.他的诚实的行为获得我们的信任。
3 felon rk2xg     
  • He's a convicted felon.他是个已定罪的重犯。
  • Hitler's early "successes" were only the startling depredations of a resolute felon.希特勒的早期“胜利 ”,只不过是一个死心塌地的恶棍出人意料地抢掠得手而已。
4 incorrigible nknyi     
  • Because he was an incorrigible criminal,he was sentenced to life imprisonment.他是一个死不悔改的罪犯,因此被判终生监禁。
  • Gamblers are incorrigible optimists.嗜赌的人是死不悔改的乐天派。
5 decided lvqzZd     
  • This gave them a decided advantage over their opponents.这使他们比对手具有明显的优势。
  • There is a decided difference between British and Chinese way of greeting.英国人和中国人打招呼的方式有很明显的区别。
6 meddle d7Xzb     
  • I hope he doesn't try to meddle in my affairs.我希望他不来干预我的事情。
  • Do not meddle in things that do not concern you.别参与和自己无关的事。
7 technically wqYwV     
  • Technically it is the most advanced equipment ever.从技术上说,这是最先进的设备。
  • The tomato is technically a fruit,although it is eaten as a vegetable.严格地说,西红柿是一种水果,尽管它是当作蔬菜吃的。
8 promising BkQzsk     
  • The results of the experiments are very promising.实验的结果充满了希望。
  • We're trying to bring along one or two promising young swimmers.我们正设法培养出一两名有前途的年轻游泳选手。
9 cater ickyJ     
  • I expect he will be able to cater for your particular needs.我预计他能满足你的特殊需要。
  • Most schools cater for children of different abilities.大多数学校能够满足具有不同天资的儿童的需要。
10 morale z6Ez8     
  • The morale of the enemy troops is sinking lower every day.敌军的士气日益低落。
  • He tried to bolster up their morale.他尽力鼓舞他们的士气。
11 manly fBexr     
  • The boy walked with a confident manly stride.这男孩以自信的男人步伐行走。
  • He set himself manly tasks and expected others to follow his example.他给自己定下了男子汉的任务,并希望别人效之。
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