Friends-101-It All Began Monica Gets a New Roommate-05-小程《千万别学英语》查抄笔记






[Scene: The Subway, Phoebe is singing for change.]

Phoebe: (singing) Love is sweet as summer showers, love is a wondrous work of art, but your love oh your love, your love…is like a giant pigeoncrapping on my heart.  La-la-la-la-la- (some guy gives her some change and to that guy) Thank you. (sings) La-la-la-la…ohhh!

[Scene: Ross’s Apartment, the guys are there assembling furniture.]

Ross: (squatting and reading the instructions) I’m supposed to attach a brackety thing to the side things, using a bunch of these little worm guys. I have no brackety thing, I see no whim guys whatsoever and- I cannot feel my legs.

(Joey and Chandler are finishing assembling the bookcase.)

Joey: I’m thinking we’ve got a bookcase here.

Chandler: It’s a beautiful thing.

Joey: (picking up a leftover part) What’s this?

Chandler: I would have to say that is an ‘L’-shaped bracket.

Joey: Which goes where?

Chandler: I have no idea.

(Joey checks that Ross is not looking and dumps it in a plant.)

Joey: Done with the bookcase!

Chandler: All finished!

Ross: (clutching a beer can and sniffing) This was Carol’s favorite beer. She always drank it out of the can, I should have known.

Joey: Hey-hey-hey-hey, if you’re gonna start with that stuff we’re outta here.

Chandler: Yes, please don’t spoil all this fun.

Joey: Ross, let me ask you a question. She got the furniture, the stereo, the good TV- what did you get?

Ross: You guys.

Chandler: Oh, God.

Joey: You got screwed.

Chandler: Oh my God!




ADJ  usu ADJ n     

      If you describe something as wondrous, you mean it is strange and beautiful or impressive. (LITERARY)

           We were driven across this wondrous vast land of lakes and forests.




      giant   giants

1 ADJ  ADJ n     

      Something that is described as giant is much larger or more important than most others of its kind.

           …Italy’s giant car maker, Fiat.

           …a giant oak table.

           …a giant step towards unification with the introduction of monetary union.

      = huge 



      pigeon   pigeons

pigeon 小程故事多


      A pigeon is a bird, usually grey in colour, which has a fat body. Pigeons often live in towns.



      crap   craps   crapping   crapped      

   3   VERB  V     

      To crap means to get rid of faeces from your body. (INFORMAL, RUDE)




      attach   attaches   attaching   attached

1   VERB  V n to n, V n, V-ed     

      If you attach something to an object, you join it or fasten it to the object.

           The gadget can be attached to any vertical surface…

           The astronauts will attach a motor that will boost the satellite into its proper orbit…

           For further information, please contact us on the attached form.



bracket   brackets   bracketing   bracketed

1  N-COUNT  usu n N

      If you say that someone or something is in a particular bracket, you mean that they come within a particular range, for example a range of incomes, ages, or prices.

           …a 33% top tax rate on everyone in these high-income brackets…

           Do you fall outside that age bracket? 

   2   N-COUNT     

      Brackets are pieces of metal, wood, or plastic that are fastened to a wall in order to support something such as a shelf.

           Fix the beam with the brackets and screws.

           …adjustable wall brackets.


   4   N-COUNT  usu pl, oft in N     

      Brackets are a pair of written marks that you place round a word, expression, or sentence in order to indicate that you are giving extra information. In British English, curved marks like these are also called brackets, but in American English, they are called parentheses.

           The prices in brackets are special rates for the under 18s…

      = parenthesis 

   5   N-COUNT  usu pl     

      Brackets are pair of marks that are placed around a series of symbols in a mathematical expression to indicate that those symbols function as one item within the expression.




      worm   worms   worming   wormed      

1 N-COUNT     

      A worm is a small animal with a long thin body, no bones and no legs.     



      spoil   spoils   spoiling   spoiled   spoilt     

American English uses the form spoiled as the past tense and past participle. British English uses either spoiled or spoilt.


   1   VERB  V n, V n     

      If you spoil something, you prevent it from being successful or satisfactory.

           It’s important not to let mistakes spoil your life…

           Peaceful summer evenings can be spoilt by mosquitoes.


  1. 15 年前
    2009-8-03 22:52:16


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