文化面面观 The history of piracy 海盗们的“光荣”历史
Norrington: Keep your guns on him, men. Gillette, fetch some irons. Well, well... Jack Sparrow, isnt it?
Jack: Captain Jack Sparrow, if you please, sir.
Norrington: Well, I don't see your ship...Captain?
Jack: I'min the marketas it were.
Private1: He said he'd come to commandeer one.
Private2: Told ya he was telling the truth. These are his, sir.
Norrington: No additional shots nor powder. A compass that doesnt point north. And Ihalf expectedit to be made of wood. You are, without doubt, the worst pirate I've ever heard of.
Jack: But you have heard of me.
Elizabeth: Commodore, I really must protest.
Norrington: Carefully Lieutenant.
Elizabeth: Pirate or not this man saved my life.
Norrington: One good deed is not enough to redeem a man of a lifetime of wickedness.
Jack: Though it seems enough to condemn him.
Gov. Swann: No, no! Don't shoot!
Jack: I knew you'dwarm up tome. Commodore Norrington, my effects, please. And my hat. Commodore! Elizabeth, it is Elizabeth, isn't it?
Elizabeth: It's Miss Swann.
Jack: Miss Swann, if you'd be so kind. Come, come, dear, we don't have all day. Now if you'll be very kind. Easy on the goods, darling.
Elizabeth: You're despicable.
Jack:Sticks and stones, love. I saved your life, you saved mine, we're square. Gentlemen, milady. You will always remember this as the day that you almost caught...Capitan Jack Sparrow.
Will: You're the one they're hunting. The pirate.
Jack: You seem somewhat familiar. Have I threatened you before?
Will: Imake a point ofavoiding familiarity with pirates.
Jack: Ah. Well, then it would be a shame to put a black mark on your record. So, if you'll excuse me. Do you think this wise, boy, crossing blades with a pirate?
Will:You threatened Miss Swann.
Jack: Only a little. You know what you're doing, I'll give you that. Excellent form. But how's your footwork? If I step here...Very good. Now I step again.Ta.
1. In the market
这里 Jack Sparrow 的意思是说他一直想有一条，而且以前他也有一条船（the Black Pearl）。In the market 意为"Wanting to possess, eager to have, seeking"，表示想拥有的东西时，用for 接名词表示，例如：The crowd was in the market for more entertainment.
2. Half expect
Half expect 基本上是表示一种否定，和说话人所设想的情况的否定，例如：And I half expected it to be made of wood. 我还以为它（剑）是木头的呢。
3. Warm up to
Warm up 通常指在体育运动前的热身，但在这里的意思为"Become friendlier or more receptive toward"，例如：I had a hard time warming up to my mother-in-law.