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聽電影學英語-音樂之聲03

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   [00:03.26]Timid and shy and scared are you

 
  [00:07.20]Of things beyond your ken1
 
  [00:11.54]You need someone older and wiser
 
  [00:15.61]Telling you what to do
 
  [00:19.71]I am 17 going on 18
 
  [00:23.42]I’ll take care of you
 
  [01:01.82]I am 16 going on 17
 
  [01:05.46]I know that I’m naive2
 
  [01:09.26]Fellows I meet May tell me I’m sweet
 
  [01:12.57]And willingly I believe
 
  [01:16.67]I am 16 going on 17
 
  [01:20.44]Innocent as a rose
 
  [01:24.08]Bachelor dandies Drinkers of brandies
 
  [01:27.81]What do I know of those?
 
  [01:31.48]Totally unprepared am I
 
  [01:35.09]To face a world of men
 
  [01:39.02]Timid and shy and scared am I
 
  [01:42.66]Of things beyond my ken
 
  [01:46.83]I need someone older and wiser
 
  [01:50.67]Telling me what to do
 
  [01:54.41]You are 17 going on 18
 
  [01:58.21]I’ll depend on you
 
  [03:56.96]Come in.
 
  [03:59.37]Frau Schmidt.
 
  [04:03.34]For your new dresses.
 
  [04:05.37]- The captain had these sent from town. - Oh, how lovely!
 
  [04:09.68]These will make the prettiest clothes I’ve ever had.
 
  [04:13.38]Do you think he would get me more material if I asked?
 
  [04:17.15]- How many dresses do you need? - Not for me, for the children.
 
  [04:21.02]I want to make them some play clothes.
 
  [04:23.32]The von Trapp children don’t play. They march.
 
  [04:27.36]Surely you don’t approve of that.
 
  [04:30.83]Ever since the captain lost his poor wife...
 
  [04:33.47]...he runs this house as if on one of his ships.
 
  [04:37.00]Whistles, orders.
 
  [04:38.64]No more music, no more laughing.
 
  [04:40.77]Nothing that reminds him of her. Even the children.
 
  [04:44.81]But that’s so wrong.
 
  [04:46.71]Oh, well.
 
  [04:48.48]How do you like your room? There’ll be new drapes at the windows.
 
  [04:52.38]But these are fine.
 
  [04:53.89]New ones have been ordered.
 
  [04:55.72]- But I really don’t need them. - Good night, now.
 
  [04:59.32]Frau Schmidt, if I asked the captain tomorrow about the material?
 
  [05:03.60]- He’s leaving in the morning. - Of course. How long will he be gone?
 
  [05:08.67]It depends. The last time he visited the baroness3, he stayed for a month.
 
  [05:14.41]I shouldn’t be saying this to you. I don’t know you that well.
 
  [05:19.24]But if you ask me, the captain’s thinking seriously...
 
  [05:22.38]...of marrying her before summer’s over.
 
  [05:24.85]Wonderful! The children will have a mother again.
 
  [05:29.56]Yes.
  [05:31.09]Well, good night.
 
  [05:33.06]Good night.
 
  [05:52.85]Dear Father, now I know why you sent me here.
 
  [05:55.91]To help these children prepare for a new mother.
 
  [05:59.05]And I pray this will become a happy family in thy sight.
 
  [06:02.55]God bless the captain. God bless Liesl and Friedrich.
 
  [06:05.89]God bless Louisa, Brigitta, Marta and little Gretl.
 
  [06:10.36]And I forgot the other boy. What’s his name?
 
  [06:14.90]Well, God bless what’s-his-name.
 
  [06:16.94]God bless the Reverend Mother and Sister Margaretta...
 
  [06:21.24]...and everybody at the abbey.
 
  [06:23.18]And now, dear God, about Liesl.
 
  [06:26.18]Help her know that I’m her friend...
 
  [06:28.28]...and help her tell me what she’s been up to.
 
  [06:31.58]Are you going to tell on me?
 
  [06:33.02]Help me to be understanding so I may guide her footsteps.
 
  [06:36.69]In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost.
 
  [06:39.59]I was out walking and somebody locked the doors early.
 
  [06:42.83]I didn’t want to wake everybody, so when I saw your window open...
 
  [06:48.10]You’re not going to tell Father, are you?
 
  [06:57.28]How did you climb up?
 
  [06:59.04]It’s how we always got in to play tricks on the governess.
 
  [07:02.41]Louisa can make it with a whole jar of spiders in her hand.
 
  [07:06.42]Spiders?
 
  [07:10.12]Liesl, were you out walking all by yourself?
 
  [07:21.87]If we wash that dress tonight, nobody would notice it tomorrow.
 
  [07:26.24]You could put this on.
 
  [07:29.74]Take your dress and put it to soak in the bathtub.
 
  [07:32.68]Come back here and sit on the bed, and we’ll have a talk.
 
  [07:37.52]I told you today I didn’t need a governess.
 
  [07:40.75]Well, maybe I do.
 
  [08:13.35]Gretl, are you scared?
 
  [08:19.39]You’re not frightened of a storm, are you?
 
  [08:21.89]You just stay right here with me.
 
  [08:25.36]- Where are the others? - They’re asleep. They’re not scared.
 
  [08:34.01]Oh, no? Look.
 
  [08:37.38]All right, up here on the bed.
 
  [08:39.58]- Really? - Well, just this once. Come on.
 
  [08:43.42]- Now we’ll wait for the boys. - You won’t see them. Boys are brave.
 
  [08:53.83]You weren’t scared, were you?
 
  [08:56.13]Oh, no. We just wanted to be sure that you weren’t.
 
  [09:00.47]- That’s very thoughtful of you. - It wasn’t my idea.
 
  [09:03.77]It was Kurt’s!
  [09:05.84]Kurt! That’s the one I left out! God bless Kurt.
 
  [09:11.28]Why does it do that?
 
  [09:13.31]The lightning talks to the thunder, and the thunder answers.
 
  [09:17.42]- But lightning must be nasty. - Not really.
 
  [09:20.15]Why does the thunder get so angry?
 
  [09:22.65]It makes me want to cry.
 
  [09:27.43]Whenever I’m feeling unhappy, I just try to think of nice things.
 
  [09:31.13]What kind of things?
 
  [09:33.70]Well, let me see. Nice things...
 
  [09:35.93]Daffodils.
 
  [09:38.27]Green meadows.
 
  [09:40.11]Skies full of stars.
 
  [09:42.57]Raindrops on roses And whiskers on kittens
 
  [09:45.98]Bright copper4 kettles And warm woolen5 mittens6
 
  [09:49.31]Brown paper packages Tied up with strings7
 
  [09:52.82]These are a few of my favorite things
 
  [09:59.29]Cream-colored ponies8 And crisp apple strudels
 
  [00:03.53]If I don't, I just know I'll turn back
 
  [00:06.67]I must dream of the things I am seeking
 
  [00:11.10]I am seeking the courage I lack
 
  [00:16.84]The courage to serve them With reliance
 
  [00:20.91]Face my mistakes without defiance9
 
  [00:24.08]Show them I'm worthy10
 
  [00:26.05]And while I show them
 
  [00:28.96]I'll show me
 
  [00:32.96]So let them bring on All their problems
 
  [00:38.60]I'll do better than my best
 
  [00:42.20]I have confidence They'll put me to the test
 
  [00:45.54]But I'll make them see I have confidence in me
 
  [00:49.11]Somehow, I will impress them
 
  [00:52.65]I will be firm but kind
 
  [00:56.22]And all those children Heaven bless them
 
  [00:59.72]They will look up to me And mind me
 
  [01:03.26]With each step, I am more certain
 
  [01:06.63]Everything will turn out fine
 
  [01:10.10]I have confidence The world can all be mine
 
  [01:13.43]They'll have to agree I have confidence in me
 
  [01:20.47]I have confidence in sunshine 
 
  [01:23.48]I have confidence in rain
 
  [01:26.78]I have confidence That spring will come again
 
  [01:29.95]Besides which you see I have confidence in me
 
  [01:33.45]Strength doesn't lie in numbers
 
  [01:36.66]Strength doesn't lie in wealth
 
  [01:39.96]Strength lies in nights Of peaceful slumbers11
 
  [01:43.50]When you wake up, wake up It's healthy
 
  [01:46.67]All I trust I leave my heart to
 
  [01:49.94]All I trust becomes my own
 
  [01:53.04]I have confidence in confidence alone
 
  [02:12.49]Oh, help.
 
  [02:26.31]I have confidence in confidence alone
 
  [02:33.71]Besides which you see I have confidence
 
  [02:38.82]In me
 
  [02:52.20]Hello. Here I am.
 
  [02:57.07]I'm from the convent. I'm the new governess, captain.
 
  [03:00.91]And I'm the old butler, fr鋟lein.
 
  [03:06.08]Well, how do you do?
 
  [03:18.43]You'll wait here, please.
 
  [04:48.85]In the future, remember certain rooms in this house are not to be disturbed.
 
  [04:54.12]Yes, captain, sir.
 
  [05:03.50]- Why do you stare at me that way? - You don't look like a sea captain.
 
  [05:10.00]I'm afraid you don't look very much like a governess.
 
  [05:13.61]- Turn around. - What?
 
  [05:15.04]Turn.
 
  [05:19.61]Hat off.
 
  [05:23.98]Put on another dress before meeting the children.
 
  [05:26.85]But I don't have another.
 
  [05:28.72]When we enter the abbey, our worldly clothes go to the poor.
 
  [05:31.86]What about this one?
 
  [05:33.33]The poor didn't want it.
 
  [05:36.50]There wasn't time to make a new dress. I can make clothes.
 
  [05:41.23]I'll see that you get some material.
 
  [05:44.20]Today, if possible.
 
  [05:46.77]- Now, fr鋟lein... - Maria.
 
  [05:48.78]I don't know how much the abbess told you.
 
  [05:50.91]- Not much. - You are the twelfth governess...
 
  [05:54.55]...to look after my children since their mother died.
  [05:57.22]I trust you will be an improvement on the last one.
 
  [05:59.69]She stayed only two hours.
 
  [06:03.22]What's wrong with the children, sir?
 
  [06:07.26]Nothing is wrong with the children, only the governesses.
 
  [06:11.93]They could not maintain discipline, without which the house cannot be run.
 
  [06:17.77]Drill them in their studies.
 
  [06:19.87]I will not permit them to dream away their summer holidays.
 
  [06:23.61]Each afternoon, they march, breathing deeply.
 
  [06:26.55]Bedtime is to be strictly12 observed.
 
  [06:28.32]When do they play?
 
  [06:29.58]You will see to it that they conduct themselves with the utmost decorum.
 
  [06:33.89]- I am placing you in command. - Yes, sir.
 
  [07:57.47]Now...
 
  [07:59.21]...this is your new governess, Fr鋟lein Maria.
 
  [08:03.84]Give your name at your signal.
 
  [08:06.05]Fr鋟lein, listen carefully. Learn their signals so you can call them.
 
  [08:11.52]Liesl.
 
  [08:13.19]Friedrich.
 
  [08:15.19]Louisa.
 
  [08:16.99]Kurt.
 
  [08:18.49]Brigitta.
 
  [08:19.79]Marta.
 
  [08:27.43]Gretl.
 
  [08:33.41]Now, let's see how well you listened.
 
  [08:37.08]I won't need to whistle for them, Reverend Captain.
 
  [08:39.71]I mean, I'll use their names. Such lovely names.
 
  [08:43.38]Fr鋟lein, this is a large house. The grounds are extensive.
 
  [08:46.82]And I will not have anyone shouting.
 
  [08:49.72]You will take this, please. Learn to use it.
 
  [08:51.73]The children will help you.
 
  [08:55.43]Now, when I want you, this is what you will hear.
 
  [09:00.27]Oh, no, sir. I'm sorry, sir!
 
  [09:02.97]I could never answer to a whistle.
 
  [09:04.74]Whistles are for animals, not for children.
 
  [09:07.61]And definitely not for me.
 
  [09:09.91]It would be too humiliating.
 
  [09:13.38]Fr鋟lein, were you this much trouble at the abbey?
 
  [09:18.89]Oh, much more, sir.
 
  [09:31.10]I don't know your signal.
 
  [09:34.13]You may call me "captain."
 
  [09:49.68]At ease.
 
  [09:53.95]Now that there's just us...
 
  [09:55.76]...would you please tell me all your names again and how old you are.
 
  [10:00.43]I'm Liesl. I'm 16 years old, and I don't need a governess.

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1 ken k3WxV     
n.視野,知識領域
參考例句:
  • Such things are beyond my ken.我可不懂這些事。
  • Abstract words are beyond the ken of children.抽象的言辭超出小孩所理解的范圍.
2 naive yFVxO     
adj.幼稚的,輕信的;天真的
參考例句:
  • It's naive of you to believe he'll do what he says.相信他會言行一致,你未免太單純了。
  • Don't be naive.The matter is not so simple.你別傻乎乎的。事情沒有那么簡單。
3 baroness 2yjzAa     
n.男爵夫人,女男爵
參考例句:
  • I'm sure the Baroness will be able to make things fine for you.我相信男爵夫人能夠把家里的事替你安排妥當的。
  • The baroness,who had signed,returned the pen to the notary.男爵夫人這時已簽過字,把筆交回給律師。
4 copper HZXyU     
n.銅;銅幣;銅器;adj.銅(制)的;(紫)銅色的
參考例句:
  • The students are asked to prove the purity of copper.要求學生們檢驗銅的純度。
  • Copper is a good medium for the conduction of heat and electricity.銅是熱和電的良導體。
5 woolen 0fKw9     
adj.羊毛(制)的;毛紡的
參考例句:
  • She likes to wear woolen socks in winter.冬天她喜歡穿羊毛襪。
  • There is one bar of woolen blanket on that bed.那張床上有一條毛毯。
6 mittens 258752c6b0652a69c52ceed3c65dbf00     
不分指手套
參考例句:
  • Cotton mittens will prevent the baby from scratching his own face. 棉的連指手套使嬰兒不會抓傷自己的臉。
  • I'd fisted my hands inside their mittens to keep the fingers warm. 我在手套中握拳頭來保暖手指。
7 strings nh0zBe     
n.弦
參考例句:
  • He sat on the bed,idly plucking the strings of his guitar.他坐在床上,隨意地撥著吉他的弦。
  • She swept her fingers over the strings of the harp.她用手指劃過豎琴的琴弦。
8 ponies 47346fc7580de7596d7df8d115a3545d     
矮種馬,小型馬( pony的名詞復數 ); £25 25 英鎊
參考例句:
  • They drove the ponies into a corral. 他們把矮種馬趕進了畜欄。
  • She has a mania for ponies. 她特別喜歡小馬。
9 defiance RmSzx     
n.挑戰,挑釁,蔑視,違抗
參考例句:
  • He climbed the ladder in defiance of the warning.他無視警告爬上了那架梯子。
  • He slammed the door in a spirit of defiance.他以挑釁性的態度把門砰地一下關上。
10 worthy vftwB     
adj.(of)值得的,配得上的;有價值的
參考例句:
  • I did not esteem him to be worthy of trust.我認為他不值得信賴。
  • There occurred nothing that was worthy to be mentioned.沒有值得一提的事發生。
11 slumbers bc73f889820149a9ed406911856c4ce2     
睡眠,安眠( slumber的名詞復數 )
參考例句:
  • His image traversed constantly her restless slumbers. 他的形象一再闖進她的腦海,弄得她不能安睡。
  • My Titan brother slumbers deep inside his mountain prison. Go. 我的泰坦兄弟就被囚禁在山脈的深處。
12 strictly GtNwe     
adv.嚴厲地,嚴格地;嚴密地
參考例句:
  • His doctor is dieting him strictly.他的醫生嚴格規定他的飲食。
  • The guests were seated strictly in order of precedence.客人嚴格按照地位高低就座。
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