Delilah: Could you turn that down?
Delilah: Could you turn your music down?
Josh: Oh, sure. Is there a problem?
Delilah: No, there's no problem. I was just trying to do some reading and the ear-splitting music coming from your room made it hard to concentrate.
黛利拉：不，没什么问题 。我只是想读会儿书，但从你房间传来的震耳欲聋的音乐声让我很难集中注意力 。
Josh: Sorry. I didn't think it was that loud. I didn't turn it up, I swear. The volume control is in the same place it always is, not one decibel higher.
乔什：不好意思 。我没想到声音会那么大 。我发誓我没有把声音调大 。音量控制总是在停在一个地方，没有一个高分贝 。
Delilah: That may be true, but those high-pitched squeals coming out of your speakers are really grating. And what was that banging sound?
Josh: Oh, I was just using this hammer to fix my chair. I'm done.
乔什：啊，我刚才在用锤子修椅子 。已经修好了 。
Delilah: And what was that thumping noise?
Josh: Thumping noise? Oh, I was lifting weights and dropping them back down on the floor.
Delilah: I see. If you could please keep the volume to a moderate level, I would appreciate it.
黛利拉：明白了 。请你适度控制音量，我会不甚感激 。
Josh: No problem. I'll be as quiet as a mouse—as I always am.
乔什：没问题 。我会安静得像只耗子——跟以往一样 。
俚语：be as quiet as a mouse
英文释义：to be very quiet She was as quiet as a mouse.
Good thing is that those girls were not wondering why Mike appeared always as poor as a church mouse.