So that's the full tour.
The pool is amazing.
I mean, your facilities are really outstanding.
Five minutes. Then I want you changed and hitting the weights.
There's no slackin' here. -I can see that.
Everyone's in great shape.
So your friend mentioned you were thinking of
holding off college for a year to train.
Uh, I'm considering it.
Please, have a seat.
Let me tell you a little about how I run things.
We work out six days a week.
Four hours in the pool, one hour of weight training.
I also monitor what you eat, drink, and how much you sleep.
Have I scared you yet?
No. No, I've worked really hard the last four years,
both with the team and on my own.
That's great, but there's a big difference
between being a top high school swimmer
and a championship swimmer.
I know the difference.
Let's have a look at your recruiting video.
Dad, I know it's a lot of money,
but you only have to put up ten percent of the million dollars.
You've seen where she is! We can't leave her in there!
So your friend mentioned you were thinking of holding off college for a year to train.你的朋友提过你想晚一年念大学这一年专门训练游泳
I couldn't think of the name of that man anyhow.
He would never think of letting his daughter marry a fellow like you.
hold off 挡住； 耽搁； 离开
They will hold off their decision until Monday.
I hope the rain hold off till evening.
Let me tell you a little about how I run things.跟你说说我们这里的规矩
a little一点； 少许； 略微； 稍(用于不可数名词之前)
His letter irritated me a little.
both with the team and on my own.不管是在泳队训练还是自己练习
on one's own独自地； 独立地； 主动地
After graduation, he lives on his own.
His mind ran on his own troubles.