Friends-101-It All Began Monica Gets a New Roommate-04-小程《千万别学英语》查抄笔记






[Time Lapse, Rachel is breating into a paper bag.]

Monica: Just breathe, breathe.. that’s it. Just try to think of nice calm things…

Phoebe: (sings) Raindrops on roses and rabbits and kittens, (Rachel and Monica turn to look at her.) bluebells and sleighbells and- something with mittens… La la la la…something and noodles with string.  These are a few…

Rachel: I’m all better now.

Phoebe: (grins and walks to the kitchen and says to Chandler and Joey.) I helped!

Monica: Okay, look, this is probably for the best, y’know? Independence. Taking control of your life.  The whole, ‘hat’ thing.

Joey: (comforting her) And hey, you need anything, you can always come to Joey. Me and Chandler live across the hall. And he’s away a lot.

Monica: Joey, stop hitting on her! It’s her wedding day!

Joey: What, like there’s a rule or something?

(The door buzzer sounds and Chandler gets it.)

Chandler: Please don’t do that again, it’s a horrible sound.

Paul: (over the intercom) It’s, uh, it’s Paul.

Monica: Oh God, is it 6:30?  Buzz him in!

Joey: Who’s Paul?

Ross: Paul the Wine Guy, Paul?

Monica: Maybe. Joey: Wait. Your ‘not a real date’ tonight is with Paul the Wine Guy?

Ross: He finally asked you out?

Monica: Yes!

Chandler: Ooh, this is a Dear Diary moment.

Monica: Rach, wait, I can cancel…

Rachel: Please, no, go, that’d be fine!

Monica: (to Ross) Are, are you okay? I mean, do you want me to stay?

Ross: (choked voice) That’d be good…

Monica: (horrified) Really?

Ross: (normal voice) No, go on! It’s Paul the Wine Guy!

Phoebe: What does that mean?   Does he sell it, drink it, or just complain a lot? (Chandler doesn’t know.)

(There’s a knock on the door and it’s Paul.)

Monica: Hi, come in! Paul, this is.. (They are all lined up next to the door.)… everybody, everybody, this is Paul.

All: Hey! Paul! Hi! The Wine Guy! Hey!

Chandler: I’m sorry, I didn’t catch your name. Paul, was it?

Monica: Okay, umm-umm, I’ll just–I’ll be right back, I just gotta go ah, go ah…

Ross: A wandering?

Monica: Change!  Okay, sit down. (Shows Paul in) Two seconds.

Phoebe: Ooh, I just pulled out four eyelashes. That can’t be good.

(Monica goes to change.)

Joey:  Hey, Paul!

Paul: Yeah?

Joey: Here’s a little tip, she really likes it when you rub her neck in the same spot over and over and over again until it starts to get a little red.

Monica: (yelling from the bedroom) Shut up, Joey!

Ross: So Rachel, what’re you, uh… what’re you up to tonight?

Rachel: Well, I was kinda supposed to be headed for Aruba on my honeymoon, so nothing!

Ross: Right, you’re not even getting your honeymoon, God.. No, no, although, Aruba, this time of year… talk about your- (thinks) -big lizards… Anyway, if you don’t feel like being alone tonight, Joey and Chandler are coming over to help me put together my new furniture.

Chandler: (deadpan) Yes, and we’re very excited about it.

Rachel: Well actually thanks, but I think I’m just gonna hang out here tonight.  It’s been kinda a long day.

Ross: Okay, sure.

Joey: Hey Pheebs, you wanna help?

Phoebe: Oh, I wish I could, but I don’t want to. 





   2   N-COUNT     

      A hall in a building is a long passage with doors into rooms on both sides of it. (mainly AM; in BRIT, use hallway)


   3   N-COUNT  oft n N     

      A hall is a large room or building which is used for public events such as concerts, exhibitions, and meetings.

           We picked up our conference materials and filed into the lecture hall…



hit on    or hit upon     

1 PHRASAL VERB  V P n     

      If you hit on an idea or a solution to a problem, or hit upon it, you think of it.

           After running through the numbers in every possible combination, we finally hit on a solution.

      = stumble on 

   2   PHRASAL VERB  V P n     

      If someone hits on you, they speak or behave in a way that shows they want to have a sexual relationship with you. (INFORMAL)

           She was hitting on me and I was surprised and flattered.




1 ADJ     

      If you describe something or someone as horrible, you do not like them at all. (INFORMAL)

           The record sounds horrible.

           …a horrible small boy.     

   *   hor|ri|bly     ADV  ADV with v


           When trouble comes they behave selfishly and horribly.


   2   ADJ     

      You can call something horrible when it causes you to feel great shock, fear, and disgust.

           Still the horrible shrieking came out of his mouth.

      = terrible 

   *   hor|ri|bly     ADV  ADV with v


           A two-year-old boy was horribly murdered.



Buzz him in

make a signal using the buzzer to let him in


Dear Diary moment

when Americans keep the diary, normally, the first words they write down must be “Dear Diary”, apparently, Chandler mocks Monica that she is so attracted to Paul with his stereotyped Chandler sarcastic tone.



1 VERB  V that, V about/of n, V to n, V, V with quote   

      If you complain about a situation, you say that you are not satisfied with it.

           Miners have complained bitterly that the government did not fulfill their promises…

           The American couple complained about the high cost of visiting Europe…

           They are liable to face more mistreatment if they complain to the police…

           People should complain when they consider an advert offensive…

           `I do everything you ask of me,’ he complained.




      rub   rubs   rubbing  rubbed     

1 VERB  V n, V prep/adv     

      If you rub a part of your body, you move your hand or fingers backwards and forwards over it while pressing firmly.

           He rubbed his arms and stiff legs…

           `I fell in a ditch’, he said, rubbing at a scrape on his hand.     




   14   VERB  V for n, V adv/prep, V-ed     

      If you are heading for a particular place, you are going towards that place. In American English, you can also say that you are headed for a particular place.

           He headed for the bus stop…

           It is not clear how many of them will be heading back to Saudi Arabia tomorrow…

           She and her child boarded a plane headed to where her family lived…


   15   VERB  V for/towards n, V-ed     

      If something or someone is heading for a particular result, the situation they are in is developing in a way that makes that result very likely. In American English, you can also say that something or someone is headed for a particular result.

           The latest talks aimed at ending the civil war appear to be heading for deadlock…

           The centuries-old ritual seems headed for extinction.



hang out 


   2   PHRASAL VERB  V P adv/prep, V P     

      If you hang out in a particular place or area, you go and stay there for no particular reason, or spend a lot of time there. (mainly AM INFORMAL)

           I often used to hang out in supermarkets…

           We can just hang out and have a good time.

see also hangout


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