地道美语听力播客:Mending a Broken Heart
日期:2011-07-28 10:35

(单词翻译:单击)

David: Why has Joyce been moping around all week? What’s wrong with her?

Victoria: She’s suffering from a broken heart. Her boyfriend broke up with her over the weekend. They had been together for two years.

David: Did she tell you the gruesome details?

Victoria: Not really. She just said that she’s feeling depressed and she didn’t want to talk about it, but you can see the grief all over her face.

David: I can think of a way to cheer her up. I’ve always wanted to go out with Joyce. Maybe I’ll ask her out.

Victoria: Wait a second. I think she’s feeling pretty vulnerable right now, and there’s no way she’s ready to date yet. I think you’re jumping the gun.

David: There’s nothing better to help someone bounce back from a failed relationship than the promise of a new one.

Victoria: Maybe, but I think it might backfire. If you just want a fling, she might not be able to recover from rejection – twice.

David: Don’t worry. I know what I’m doing. I’ll just distract her from her misery for a while until she starts to recover.

Victoria: Just tread carefully.

David: Leave it to the master.

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重点单词
  • vulnerableadj. 易受伤害的,有弱点的
  • griefn. 悲痛,忧伤
  • miseryn. 痛苦,悲惨的境遇,苦难
  • treadn. 踏,踏步板,踏面,胎面花纹,鞋底 v. 踏,行走,
  • rejectionn. 拒绝,被弃,被抛弃的实例
  • distractvt. 转移,分心
  • depressedadj. 沮丧的,降低的,不景气的,萧条的,凹陷的,扁平