Nico:I've moving to Atlanta.
I want a fresh start.
Celia:This is a surprise.
I thought you were going to stick it out here and try to put the past behind you.
Nico:There are too many reminders here.
I want a clean slate.
What's done is done and I'm tired of blame and recriminations.
Celia:I'm glad to hear you've stopped beating yourself up over what's happened, but are you sure moving away will help you move on?
Nico:The world is my oyster now, isn't it?
I can live anywhere I want to and do anything I want to.
Celia:I guess so, but are you sure you want to uproot and leave town?
Nico:I'm not trying to reinvent myself, but if I'm going to start over, I might as well do it in a new town.
Celia:I guess a new town is a good place to start a new life and maybe you'll find a new love.
Many people bounce back from a difficult divorce.
Nico:I've sworn off women.
The only female I want in my life right now is my dog Fifi!
1.stick out 坚持
例句:John is not a fast runner and he does not have a chance of winning the marathon, but he will stick out the race even if he finishes last.
2.glad to 很高兴
例句:I am glad to know I played a part in helping you get better.
3.move on 继续向前
例句:It just means that when things come up that aren't exactly in your plan, you work around them-and then you move on.
例句:Yao Ming, Houston: All indications are that Yao will bounce back fine from the stress fracture in his left foot.