Q: Which one is not correct according to the conversation?

A: Wendy is a professional waitress according to the first woman.

B: The second woman is a waitress too.

C: The second woman is angry at the first woman not asking her to do the waitressing job.

D: The second woman would like to waitress the Olympics someday.


整段对话是说:Monica 请 Wendy 帮她做一次 waitress,但是在打电话的时候 Rachel 刚好在场,而作为既是好友又是 Waitress 的 Rachel 知道这个消息,觉得很生气。

A 描述正确,Monica 说了 And, well, Wendy's more of a... professional waitress.
B 描述正确,原文 Well... of course I thought of you!
C 描述正确,原文的最后提及到奥林匹克,这是气话。
D 不正确。


Monica: (on phone) Hello? (Listens) Oh, hi Wendy! (Listens) Yeah, eight o'clock. (Listens) What did we say? Ten dollars an hour?... (Listens) OK, great. (Listens) All right, I'll see you then. Bye. (hangs up)

Phoebe: Ten dollars an hour for what?

Monica: Oh, I asked one of the waitresses at work if she'd help me out.

Rachel: (hurt) Waitressing?

Joey: Uh-oh.

Monica: Well... of course I thought of you! But... but...

Rachel: But, but?

Monica: But, you see, it's just... this night has to go just perfect, you know? And, well, Wendy's more of a... professional waitress.

Rachel: Oh! I see. And I've sort of been maintaining my amateur status so that I can waitress in the Olympics.


Waitress [ˈweɪtrəs] 女侍者;女服务员


More of,更加,“与其说,不如说”。

I vowed to do more of the cooking myself. 我发誓自己要多动手做饭。

She is more of a mother than a wife. 与其说她是贤妻不如说她是良母。