Ben: I drove - I drove Mrs. Robinson home. She wanted me to
drive her home so I - drove her home.
Mr. Robinson: Swell. I appreciate
Ben: She's upstairs. She wanted me to wait down here till you got home.
Mr. Robinson: Standing guard over the old castle, are you?
Ben: Yes, sir.
Mr. Robinson: Here. Congratulations! It looks like you need a refill.
Ben: Oh no. I've got to go.
Mr. Robinson: Is anything wrong? You look a little shaken up.
Ben: Oh no. No - I'm just - I'm just a little worried about my future. I'm a
little upset about my future.
Mr. Robinson: Come on. Let's have a nightcap
Mr. Robinson: Ben - how old are you now?
Ben: Twenty. I'll be twenty-one next week.
Mr. Robinson: That's a hell of a good age to
Ben: Thank you. Thank you very much.
Mr. Robinson: I wish I was that age again. Because, Ben -
Mr. Robinson: You'll never be young again.
Ben: I know.
Mr. Robinson: Ben, can I say something to you?
Mr. Robinson: How long have we known each other now? How long have you and I
known each other? How long have your Dad and I been partners?
Ben: Quite a while.
Mr. Robinson: I've watched you grow up, Ben.
Ben: Yes, sir.
Mr. Robinson: In many ways I feel as though you were my own son.
Ben: Thank you.
Mr. Robinson: So I hope you won't mind my giving you a friendly piece of
Ben: I'd like to hear it.
Mr. Robinson: Ben - I think - I think you ought to be taking it a little easier right now than you seem
to be. Sow a few wild oats. Take
things as they come. Have a good time with the girls and so forth.
Mrs. Robinson: Don't get up.
Mr. Robinson: I was just telling Ben here that he ought to sow a few wild
oats. Have a good time while he can. You think that's sound advice?
Mrs. Robinson: Yes, I do.
Ben: I've got to go.
Mr. Robinson: You have yourself a few flings this
summer. I bet you're
quitea ladies' man.
Ben: Oh no.
Mr. Robinson: What? You look to me like the kind of guy who has to fight them
off. (to Mrs. Robinson) And doesn't he look to you like the kind of guy who has
to fight them off?
Mrs. Robinson: Yes, he does.
1. swell 好极了。
Swell 在非正式用语中是“精彩的；优秀的”的意思，相当于excellent，wonderful。例如：had a swell time 过得极为开心。
2. shaken up 慌乱；惶恐；不安的样子。
例如：He looked shaken up when he saw you. 他看到你的时候非常惶恐。