5. You should have that printed on your business card.

Это должно быть напечатано на твоей визитной карточке.

Vocabulary 5

amateur [‘æmətə] любитель; непрофессионал
attention [ə’tenʃ(ə)n] внимание
beg просить
blow [bləu] дутьclinic [‘klɪnɪk] больница
condom [‘kɔndəm] презерватив
corner пройти поворот (в гонке)
corvette [kɔː’vet] корвет
cylinder [‘sɪlɪndə] цилиндр
fix  ремонтировать
fun [fʌn] удовольствие
guess [ges] полагать, считать
hooker [‘hukə] проститутка
joke шутить, шутка
limousine [ˌlɪmə’ziːn] лимузин
metal [‘met(ə)l] металл
mind [maɪnd] мозг
mustang [‘mʌstæŋ]мустанг
offend [ə’fend] оскорблять
pardon [‘pɑːd(ə)n] прощенье
print печатать
rail [reɪl] рельс
really реально
road [rəud] дорога
sack [sæk] (Ам. разг.) кровать, постель
shift [ʃɪft] переключать
standard [‘stændəd] стандарт
track [træk] след, колея
transmission [trænz’mɪʃ(ə)n]: трансмиссия
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check out – осмотр
making fun – веселиться
man [mæn] чёрт!, чёрт подери! (выражение сильных эмоций: удивление, восхищение, гнев)
blow your mind – сорвать крышу
grew up – росла
fixed them up – отремонтировать их
get you off – убрать тебя с …

1ED: I guess this is not the greatest time to be a hooker, is it?
   2VIV: Look, I use condoms always. I get checked out once a month at the free clinic. Not only am I better in the sack than an amateur, I am probably safer.
1ED: I like that. That’s very good. Should have that printed on your business card.
   2VIV: If you’re making’ fun of me, I don’t like it.
1ED: No, I’m not making fun of you. No, I’m not making … I’m not. I wouldn’t offend you. I’m sorry. What’s your name?
   2VIV: What do you want it to be? Vivian. My name is Vivian.
1ED: Vivian.
   2VIV: So, what hotel you’re staying at?
1ED: The Regent Beverly Wilshire.
   2VIV: Down the block, right at the corner. Man, this baby must corner like it’s on rails!
1ED: I beg your pardon?
   2VIV: Well, doesn’t it blow your mind? This is only four cylinders.
1ED: You know about cars. Where did that come from?

   2VIV: Road and Track. The boys back home I grew up with, they were really into American heavy metal: Mustangs, Corvettes. They bought them cheap and fixed them up. I paid attention. So how is it you know so little about cars?
1ED: My first car was a limousine. So where is this heavy metal home?
   2VIV: Millage Ville, Georgia. You know, I think you left your transmission back there. You’re not shifting right. This is a standard ‘H’.
1ED: Standard ‘H’. Like I know what that means. Have you ever driven a Lotus?
   2VIV: No.
1ED: You’re gonna start right now.
   2VIV: You’re joking.
1ED: No. It’s the only way I can get you off my coat.

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