Tania:What time is your meeting with Ted?
James:It's at 3:00. Why?
Tania:You don't seem worried.
If I were being accused of misconduct and up for disciplinary action, I'd be on edge.
James:It was a minor offense.
I'm sure I'll just get a slap on the wrist.
Tania:I heard about it and it didn't sound that minor.
James:People blow things out of proportion.
It's not like I'll be up for dismissal or anything.
Tania:I hope not, but you might get a written reprimand placed in your personnel file.
That could affect your chances for a raise or promotion.
James:I don't have much of a chance of getting either one, quite frankly, so why sweat it?
I'll deal with whatever punishment I get.
Tania:I'm glad that's your attitude.
1.accuse of 指责，控告
例句:I hate it when people accuse us of that.
2.hear about 听到
例句:So why didn 't you hear about it?
3.blow out 吹出;吹熄;爆裂
例句:Don't blow the fire out with your mouth. Instead, soak the wick into the molten wax to put the fire out.
4.personnel file 人事档案
例句:Especially, it is widely applied in enterprise's personnel file management.