A: I am not a name dropper like Jim.
B: No, he isn’t. He just likes to rub elbows with people who are interested in art.
A: I do not want to argue with you. When I talked to him, I would think he has dinner with our President once a week.
B: How come you have such an impression of him? I think he is all right.
rub elbows with ：与……交往
e.g. He likes to rub elbows with important people. It gives him a feeling that he's important too.
e.g. If you travel across America by bus, you rub elbows with all sorts of people. You'll meet older retired people, young students and others who ride the bus because it's cheaper than flying.
a name dropper：喜欢留名的人
e.g. Most social climbers are name-droppers.
be interested in:对……感兴趣
e.g. Among all the merchandise, I was interested in the cotton piece in particular.
e.g. Don't argue with me, my decision is final.
have an impression of：对……有一种印象
e.g. Please send me also your Portfolio that I have an impression of your previous work.
e.g. Usually, when we see or talk to a person we have an impression of this person.
once a week：一周一次
e.g. Each student has to hand in a composition once a week.