Suzanna:Remind me why we're staying in this fleabag motel in the seedy part of town?
Kenji:We agreed that we would skimp on the accommodations so we could spend more money on activities and eating out. Remember?
Suzanna:I remember, but I didn't bargain for someplace as run-down as this.
Look at the peeling wallpaper and moldy bathroom.
Kenji:It's pretty bad, isn't it? Look on the bright side.
At least it's not rat-infested.
Suzanna:That's small comfort.
Well, I think I'll take a short nap before we go out for dinner. Uh!
Kenji:What's the matter?
Suzanna:This comforter is filthy.
I doubt housekeeping has changed it in months!
Kenji:Let's get out of here and go get a drink. That should cheer us up.
贤治:让我们出去喝一杯 。那使我们高兴起来 。
Suzanna:Good idea. If I have more than one, maybe I won't care so much where we're staying.
苏珊娜:好主意 。如果我多喝点,也许我就不会如此关心呆在哪里 。
Kenji:Given the state of this room, we might need an entire pitcher!
1.at least 至少
例句:What they wanted most from the president was a leader who at least would try to educate the country.
2.go out 走出去
例句:It will be a marvellous occasion and they should go out and enjoy it.
3.cheer up 高兴起来
例句:I think he misses her terribly. You might cheer him up.
我估计他是太想念她了 。也许你可以让他打起点儿精神来 。
4.more than 超过
例句:He had notched up more than 25 victories worldwide.