2、蕾雅：Where were you?
蕾雅：Why aren't you dancing?
科林：My legs are little sore.
蕾雅：Did you dig your grave?
蕾雅：I don't mean to pressure you,or to ruin the mood,now we're celebrating.But at some point you have to do it.Don't expect anyone else to dig your grave for you or to carry your corpse.Or throw some dirts over you,that's about it.Tomorrow find a spot you like,well the ground isn't too rocky to make a start.Enjoy the rest evening.
apparent 明显的；显而易见的 in no hurry 不着急；不忙
两个搭配在一起就是 in no apparent hurry 毫不着急地，不慌不忙地
科林：All zips say the same thing.
torn 是 tear（撕裂，撕开）的过去式
5、Wieze:Thank you very much.
Mr. Bennet declared his heir Mr. Colins will come and show Mr Colins' letter to his family.Mr. Colins promised compensation and a lot of commendation let Mrs.Bennet very happy.
4、科林：It would take a least a year for you to be able to speak the basic not fluently,so there is no point.You know,German is one of the most difficult language in the world to learn.Because it's grammer is very complicated.
1、蕾雅：How much do you love her?On the scale of 1 to 15.
- You have good poison? You are sure that it will not make me suffer too long?
at no time （用于强调）还没做，还没发生（used for emphasizing that you did not do something or that it did not happen）
- Then you don't remember. This is not the exact spot.
trespass(on sth) to enter land or a building that you do not have permission or the right to enter 擅自進入，非法侵入（他人的土地或建築物）
- the snake let himself flow easily across the sand like the dying spray of a fountain, and, in no apparent hurry, disappeared, with a light metallic sound, among the stones.
sparkle(with sth) to be full of life, enthusiasm or humour 生气勃勃；热情奔放；神采飞扬
- I felt his heart beating like the heart of a dying bird, shot with someone's rifle...
two weeks 兩星期
commendation(for sth) an award or official statement giving public praise for sb/sth 獎品；獎勵；表揚
- But he did not answer my plea.
do sth 傾向於；有意於；樂意
- Once again I felt myself frozen by the sense of something irreparable.
- it seemed to me that he was rushing headlong toward an abyss from which I could do nothing to restrain him...
造句A fortnight later she was dead.
- I had loosened the golden muffler that he always wore. I had moistened his temples,
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- I dropped my eyes, then, to the foot of the wall-- and I leaped into the air.
( formal) praise; approval 讚揚；稱讚；贊成；嘉許
- Even as I was digging into my pocked to get out my revolver I made a running step back.
- I stopped in my tracks, my heart torn asunder; but still I did not understand.
造句She always sparkles at parties.
原句About a month ago I received this letter; and about a fortnight ago I answered it.
第17章小王子和蛇说“I understand you very well”，当时看着还嘀咕是真的听懂了蛇打的哑谜么？从这里看他一直清楚蛇在说什么。
- I could see that he was reviving little by little.
the quality of being lively and original 生动新颖；亮点
to do sth wrong 做錯事
- At no time did I see or hear anyone.
an act of trespassingon land 非法侵入（他人土地）
造句 We really must not trespass on his hospitality.
- Beside the well there was the ruin of an old stonewall.
- That will be so amusing!
the ruin of 废墟；遗迹；断壁残垣
原句and if he is disposed to make them any amends,I shall not be the person to discourage him.
- It will be a very shabby trick that I shall have played on you...
原句Mrs. Bennet’s eyes sparkled.
- He remained motionless for an instant.
leaped into the air 跳了起来。leap 就是跳跃。
sparkle(with sth) to shine brightly with small flashes of light 闪烁；闪耀
- When I succeeded in catching up with him he was walking along with a quick and resolute step.
- He looked at me very gravely, and put his arms around my neck.
… and shall probably trespass on your hospitality till the Saturday se’ennight following…
for an instant 一瞬间
sth that you do that is morally wrong 罪過
( formal) to make unfair use of sb's time, help, etc. 濫用，不公正地利用（別人的時間、幫助等）
造句She seemed disposed to that.
a series of flashes of light produced by light hitting a shiny surface 闪烁（或闪耀）的光
disposed(to do sth) willing or prepared to
trespass on sth
His air was grave and stately, and his manners were very formal.
noun a feeling of respect and liking for sb/sth 欽佩；讚賞；羨慕
- As for their mother, Mr. Collins’s letter had done away much of her illwill,and she was preparing to see him with a degree of composure which astonished her husband and daughters.
( following an adverb 用於副詞後 ) disposedto/towards sb/sth having a good/bad opinion of a person or thing 對…有好感（或惡感）
This gallantry was not much to the taste of some of his hearers.