34. I don’t want you to get too excited. This is only on loan.

Я не хочу, что-бы ты слишком волновалась. Это лишь прокат.

appreciate [ə’priːʃɪeɪt] оценивать, (высоко) ценить;
borrow [‘bɔrəu] занимать, брать на время
broken [‘brəukən] разбитый, сломанный
congratulation [kənˌgrætju’leɪʃən ] поздравление
customer [‘kʌstəmə] клиент
dramatic [drə’mætɪk] драматический;
either:
else:
enjoy [ɪn’ʤɔɪ ] любить (что-л.) , получать удовольствие (от чего-л.) наслаждаться
excite [ɪk’saɪt ] вызывать (эмоции, чувства)
glass:
height [haɪt] высота,
jewellery [‘ʤuːəlrɪ] jewelry драгоценности; ювелирные изделия
limousine [ˌlɪmə’ziːn] limo лимузин
loan [ləun] заём, ссуда; временное пользование, прокат
million:
missing [‘mɪsɪŋ] недостающий, отсутствующий
opera:
pants [pænts] штаны
pee [piː] мочиться, писать
pirate [‘paɪərət] пират
powerful [‘pauəful ] могучий, мощный, сильный
pretty:
program(me):
quarter [‘kwɔːtə] четверть, четвёртая часть
reaction [rɪ’ækʃən] а) реакция
smooth [smuːð] гладкий, ровный;
soul [səul] душа
surprise [sə’praɪz] удивление

1VIV: Do I look okay?
   2ED: Something’s missing.
1VIV: Well, nothing else is gonna fit into this dress. I’ll tell you that.
   2ED: Well, maybe something in this box. I don’t want you to get too excited. This is only on loan.
1VIV: Oh! They really let you borrow this from the jewelry store?
   2ED: I’m a very good customer.
1VIV: If you were gonna buy this, how much would it cost?
   2ED: Quarter of a million.
1VIV: A quarter of a million dollars? So, where we going?
   2ED: It’s a surprise.
1VIV: If I forget to tell you later, I had a really good time tonight.
   2ED: Thank you. When you’re not fidgeting, you look very beautiful and very tall.

[PILOT] Well, it should be a pretty smooth flight, Mr. Lewis. The weather is clear all the way up to San Francisco. We should be there in about 50 minutes.

1VIV: We’re late.
   2ED: No, it’s all right. Opening night never starts on time.
1VIV: Okay.
1ATTENDANT: Program, sir.
   2ED: Thank you.
1AT: Right this way, Mr. Lewis, sir.
   2ED: Doris, how nice to see you. How are you? Sir. Wonderful news. Congratulations.
1VIV: Hey, come here. You gotta look at this.
   2ED: It’s all right. I’ve already seen it.
1VIV: If you’re afraid of heights, why do you get seats up here?
   2ED: Because they’re the best.
1AT: Is there anything else, sir?
   2ED: No, thank you. The glasses are there. Enjoy the opera.
1VIV: Oh! So, you said this is in Italian. So how am I gonna know what they’re singing? These are broken. Mine are broken.
   2ED: No, no. That’s okay It’s all right. You’ll know. Believe me, you’ll understand. The music’s very powerful.

1VIV: There’s a band!
   2ED: People’s reactions to opera the first time they see it is very dramatic. They either love it or they hate it. If they love it, they will always love it. If they don’t, they may learn to appreciate it, but it will never become part of their soul.
…………..
   2DORIS: Did you enjoy the opera, dear?
1VIV: Oh, it was so good, I almost peed in my pants.
   2DORIS: What?
1ED: She said she liked it better than Pirates of Penzance*.

*Sullivan, Sir Arthur Seymour (1842-1900), English composer, known for his comic operas written in collaboration with the English playwright Sir William S. Gilbert. Together they produced 14 comic operas, including The Pirates of Penzance.

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