Friends-101-It All Began Monica Gets a New Roommate-12-小程《千万别学英语》查抄笔记






[Scene: Central Perk, everyone but Rachel is there.]

Joey: (sitting on the arm of the couch)Of course it was a line!

Monica: Why?! Why? Why, why would anybody do something like that?

Ross: I assume we’re looking for an answer more sophisticated than ‘to get you into bed’.

Monica: I hate men!  I hate men!

Phoebe: Oh no, don’t hate, you don’t want to put that out into the universe.

Monica: Is it me? Is it like I have some sort of beacon that only dogs and men with severe emotional problems can hear?

Phoebe: All right, c’mere, gimme your feet. (She starts massaging them.)

Monica: I just thought he was nice, y’know?

Joey: (bursts out laughing again) I can’t believe you didn’t know it was a line!

(Monica pushes him off of the sofa as Rachel enters with a shopping bag.)

Rachel: Guess what?

Ross: You got a job?

Rachel: Are you kidding? I’m trained for nothing! I was laughed out of twelve interviews today.

Chandler: And yet you’re surprisingly upbeat.

Rachel: You would be too if you found John and David boots on sale, fifty percent off!

Chandler: Oh, how well you know me…

Rachel: They’re my new ‘I don’t need a job, I don’t need my parents, I’ve got great boots’ boots!

Monica: How’d you pay for them?

Rachel: Uh, credit card.

Monica: And who pays for that?

Rachel: Um… my… father.



      assume   assumes   assuming   assumed     


   1   VERB  V that, be V-ed to-inf, V so     


      If you assume that something is true, you imagine that it is true, sometimes wrongly.

           It is a misconception to assume that the two continents are similar…

           If mistakes occurred, they were assumed to be the fault of the commander on the spot…

           `Today?’—`I’d assume so, yeah.’

      = presume     




beacon   beacons


a radio or radar signal used by aircraft or boats to help them find their position and direction



      severe   severer   severest     


1    ADJ    


      You use severe to indicate that something bad or undesirable is great or intense.

           …a business with severe cash flow problems…

           Steve passed out on the floor and woke up blinded and in severe pain…

           Shortages of professional staff are very severe in some places.


   *   se|vere|ly    ADV  usu ADV with v, also ADV adj


           The UN wants to send food aid to 10 countries in Africa severely affected by the drought…

           An aircraft overshot the runway and was severely damaged.


   *   se|ver|ity     N-UNCOUNT  usu with supp     


           Several drugs are used to lessen the severity of the symptoms.


   2   ADJ     


      Severe punishments or criticisms are very strong or harsh.

           This was a dreadful crime and a severe sentence is necessary…


   *   se|vere|ly     ADV  ADV with v


           …a campaign to try to change the law to punish dangerous drivers more severely.


   *   se|ver|ity     N-UNCOUNT  usu with supp


           The Bishop said he was sickened by the severity of the sentence…





1  ADJ  usu ADJ n     


      Emotional means concerned with emotions and feelings.

           I needed this man’s love, and the emotional support he was giving me…

           Victims are left with emotional problems that can last for life.

      = psychological 


   *   emo|tion|al|ly     ADV  ADV adj/-ed


           Are you saying that you’re becoming emotionally involved with me?


   2   ADJ     


      An emotional situation or issue is one that causes people to have strong feelings.

           It’s a very emotional issue. How can you advocate selling the ivory from elephants?

      = emotive 


   *   emo|tion|al|ly     ADV  ADV adj/-ed


           In an emotionally charged speech, he said he was resigning.


   3   ADJ



      If someone is or becomes emotional, they show their feelings very openly, especially because they are upset.

           He is a very emotional man…

           I don’t get as emotional as I once did.



      train   trains   training   trained     


   3   VERB  V for n, V n for n, also V, V n 


      If you train for a physical activity such as a race or if someone trains you for it, you prepare for it by doing particular physical exercises.

           Strachan is training for the new season…

           He has spent a year training crews for next month’s round the world race.




1 ADJ  oft it v-link ADJ that/to-inf     


      Something that is surprising is unexpected or unusual and makes you feel surprised.

           It is not surprising that children learn to read at different rates…

           A surprising number of customers order the same sandwich every day.


   *   sur|pris|ing|ly     ADV  ADV with cl, ADV adj/adv


           …the Flemish Bloc, which did surprisingly well in the general election last year…



      upbeat  upbeats     


   1   ADJ  usu ADJ n    


      If people or their opinions are upbeat, they are cheerful and hopeful about a situation. (INFORMAL)

           The Defense Secretary gave an upbeat assessment of the war so far…

           Neil’s colleagues say he was actually in a joking, upbeat mood…

      = positive 


   2   N-COUNT


      In music, the upbeat is the beat before the first beat of the bar.

      x downbeat


  1. baihu723909
    14 年前
    2010-7-06 14:07:18


    • baihu723909
      14 年前
      2010-7-06 15:00:46


  2. 参参
    15 年前
    2009-12-15 23:08:09

    你好有msn或者qq吗?请加我。 我有点事情要问你。这些文章都是你自己写的吗?很棒哦

  3. 15 年前
    2009-12-04 15:43:28


  4. 嘉敏
    15 年前
    2009-12-04 13:47:43


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