Penny (to Raj): So, you guys work withLeonard and Sheldon at the University?
(Raj looks at her, looks back at his food,takes a mouthful).
Penny: Uh, I’m sorry, do you speak English?
Howard: Oh, he speaks English, he just can’t speak to women.
Penny: Really, why?
Howard: He’s kind of a nerd. Juice box?
Leonard (pushes buzzer): I’ll do the talking.
Voice from buzzer: Yeah.
Leonard: Hi, I’m Leonard, this is Sheldon.
Leonard: What did I just…. Uh, we’re here to pick up Penny’s TV.
Voice: Get lost.
Sheldon: Okay, thanks for your time.
Leonard: We’re not going to give up just like that.
Sheldon: Leonard, the TV is in the building, we’ve been denied access to thebuilding, ergo we are done.
Sheldon: My apologies. What’s your plan.
(Leonard starts rattling the doors violently.)
【释】a girl who you wanna have sex with (Urban)
do the v-ing
【释】refer to a wide range of actions (牛津高阶) 指一种大范围的行为
【例】We usually do our shopping at the weekend. (牛津高阶)
【例】You do the painting and I'll do the papering. (牛津高阶)
【释】get out of here (原创)
【例】Get lost! I do not want to see you anymore! (海词)
【例】Tell him to get lost. (海词)
be denied access to
【释】be refused to cross (原创)
【例】We see so many statistics that horrify us: how many are hungry, how many are illiterate, how many are denied access to clean water and sanitation. (海词)
【例】Our website will not provide any services to persons under the age of 18, and such underage persons will be denied access to our website. (海词)
【释】adv. therefore (牛津高阶)
【例】What the fuck did you call me??? You're DONE!!! (Urban)
【例】If we are found in Penny's apartment at midnight, then we are done. (原创)
if + were to... , would have done...
【例】If Sheldon were to abandon all of his orders brought to this world, he wouldn't have created Roomate Agreement in any form. (原创)
【例】If John were to believe the rumors spreaded over the world, he wouldn't have been loyal to the justice for all these years. (原创)
【释】temporary difficulty or problem; snag (牛津高阶)
【例】The ceremony went off without a hitch. (牛津高阶)
【例】The launch was delayed by a technical hitch. (牛津高阶)
【释】the period immediately following a usually ruinous event (牛津高阶)
【释】to move with a clatter (韦氏)