Are you here to see Mr. Hackett?
No. No, I'm here for Mike.
He's in there with my dad
and...Connor and Connor's dad.
I saw the car. Mike couldn't have done that.
They're saying that he did.
Mike's in there getting railroaded,
and Hackett's just letting it happen.
They're actually filing a police report. If Mike gets expelled--
That's not gonna happen-- not if he didn't do it.
Aria, I get it-- what you said.
I can't be the one to swoop in and comfort you.
But it kills me... -I know.
Anyway, Hackett's saying that Mike's crazy
and that he's off his meds.
I thought he was gonna ask me
to count the pills in his prescription bottle.
Did he ask you that? Directly?
I can't be the one to swoop in and comfort you.我不能突然接近你来安慰你
Mother's words of love comforted the sobbing child.
Console yourself with the thought that it might have been worse!
误 They live at comfort and luxury.
正 They live in comfort and luxury.
析 表示“处于某种状态”时,通常用介词in,只有在be at war等少数几个短语中才用at,且大多与be连用。
They're actually filing a police report. 他们居然要报告警方
file a report提交报告
If you file a report things could get a lot worse for me.