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The Graduate 《毕业生》(精讲之二)
[ 2006-10-06 09:34 ]

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  六十年代的美国是不平静的。肯尼迪总统遇刺使美国人开始重新看待自己周围的一切,纯真年代也就结束了。

思想火花  本是一个受到良好教育,尊重长辈,有礼貌的年轻人。他对Mrs. Robinson一直抱有很好的印象……

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Mrs. Robinson: Is there an ashtray in here?

Ben: No.

Mrs. Robinson: Oh yes I forgot. The track star doesn't smoke. Is it a girl?

Ben: Is what a girl?

Mrs. Robinson: Whatever it is that upsets you.

Ben: Oh no. I'm just sort of disturbed about things.

Mrs. Robinson: In general.

Ben: That's right.

Mrs. Robinson: Well, congratulations! 

Ben: Thank you.

Mrs. Robinson: Oh, Benjamin, I want to ask you something.

Ben: What?

Mrs. Robinson: Will you take me home?

Ben: What?

Mrs. Robinson: My husband took the car. Will you drive me home?

Ben: Here you are, you take it (a set of car keys). Do you know how to work a foreign shift? (Mrs. Robinson shakes her head.)You don't?

Mrs. Robinson: No.

Ben: Let's go.

Mrs. Robinson: What do you drink? Bourbon?

Ben: Look, Mrs. Robinson, I drove you home. I was glad to do it. But I have some things on my mind. Can you understand that?

Mrs. Robinson: Yes.

Ben: All right.

Mrs. Robinson: What do you drink? Benjamin I'm sorry to be this way, but I don't want to be alone in this house.

Ben: Why not?

Mrs. Robinson: Please wait till my husband gets home.

Ben: When is he coming back?

Mrs. Robinson: I don't know. Drink?

Ben: No. Are you always this much afraid of being alone?

Mrs. Robinson: Yes.

Ben: Well, why can't you just lock the doors and go to bed?

Mrs. Robinson: I'm very neurotic. May I ask you a question? What do you think of me?

Ben: What do you mean?

Mrs. Robinson: You've known me nearly all of your life. You must have formed some opinion.

Ben: Well I've always thought that you were a very nice person.

Mrs. Robinson: Did you know I was an alcoholic?

Ben: What?

Mrs. Robinson: Did you know that?

Ben: Look I think I should be going.

Mrs. Robinson: Sit down, Benjamin.

Ben: Mrs. Robinson, if you don't mind my saying so. This conversation is getting a little strange. Now I'm sure that Mr. Robinson will be here any minute and -

Mrs. Robinson: No.

Ben: What?

Mrs. Robinson: My husband will be back quite late. He should be gone for several hours.

Ben: Oh my God.

Mrs. Robinson: Pardon?

Ben: Oh no, Mrs. Robinson, oh no.

Mrs. Robinson: What's wrong?

Ben: Mrs. Robinson, you didn't - I mean you didn't expect -

Mrs. Robinson: What?

Ben: I mean - you didn't really think that I would do something like that.

Mrs. Robinson: Like what?

Ben: What do you think?

Mrs. Robinson: Well I don't know.

Ben: For God's sake, Mrs. Robinson, here we are, you've got me into your house. You give me a drink. You put on music, now you start opening up your personal life to me and tell me your husband won't be home for hours.

Mrs. Robinson: So?

Ben: Mrs. Robinson, you are trying to seduce me. Aren't you?

Mrs. Robinson: Why no. I hadn't thought of it. I feel rather flattered that you -

Ben: Mrs. Robinson, will you forgive me for what I just said?

Mrs. Robinson: It's all right.

Ben: It's not all right. It's the worst thing I've ever said to anyone.

Mrs. Robinson: Sit down.

Ben: Please forgive me. Because I like you. I don't think of you that way. But I'm mixed up.

Mrs. Robinson: That's all right. Now finish your drink.

妙语佳句,活学活用

1. I'm just sort of disturbed about things.

sort of 口语:有点儿;有一些;就算是……
disturbed 不高兴的,讨厌的,厌烦的
about things 泛指,或者虚指

这句话的意思是“我就是有点儿烦”。

2. In general

一般的烦。/ 就是烦,说不清烦什么。
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