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聽電影學英語-音樂之聲08

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   [00:03.46]Ford every stream

 
  [00:08.07]Follow every rainbow
 
  [00:13.10]Till you find
 
  [00:17.44]Your dream
 
  [00:29.92]Now, it’s not like my children to be secretive.
 
  [00:33.66]We’re not being secretive, Father.
 
  [00:37.46]And it’s not like my children to be late for dinner.
 
  [00:41.03]- We lost track of the time. - I see.
 
  [00:45.30]Who’s going to be the first one to tell me the truth? Friedrich.
 
  [00:48.97]Brigitta. Liesl.
 
  [00:52.41]Where do you think we were, Father?
 
  [01:01.22]If you don’t believe us, you must have some idea of where you think we were.
 
  [01:08.79]- Marta. - Yes, Father.
 
  [01:10.80]You tell me.
 
  [01:13.33]Friedrich told you, Father. We were berry picking.
 
  [01:17.84]- I forgot! You were berry picking. - Yes, we love berry picking.
 
  [01:22.81]All afternoon?
 
  [01:24.18]- We picked thousands. - Thousands?
 
  [01:26.08]- They were all over the place. - What kind of berries?
 
  [01:29.25]- Blueberries, sir. - Blueberries.
 
  [01:34.49]It’s too early for blueberries.
 
  [01:39.32]- They were strawberries. - Strawberries?
 
  [01:42.16]It’s been so cold lately, they turned blue.
 
  [01:50.67]Very well. Show me the berries.
 
  [01:54.07]- We... - Well...
 
  [01:55.57]- Show me the berries you picked. - We don’t have them.
 
  [01:58.58]You don’t have them? What happened to them?
 
  [02:01.08]- We... - We ate them.
 
  [02:04.08]- You ate them? - Yes!
 
  [02:06.88]- They were so good. - Delicious.
 
  [02:08.69]Very well.
 
  [02:10.19]Since you’ve obviously stuffed yourselves on thousands of berries...
 
  [02:15.56]...you can’t be hungry anymore, so I’ll have to tell Frau Schmidt...
 
  [02:19.73]...to skip your dinner.
 
  [02:31.78]It’s your fault. We should have told him the truth.
 
  [02:34.78]And made him boiling mad at us?
 
  [02:37.01]It’s better than starving to death.
 
  [02:39.15]We didn’t do anything wrong. We just wanted to see her.
 
  [02:43.32]My stomach’s making noises.
 
  [02:46.89]The least they could have done was to let us say hello.
 
  [02:50.83]- I wonder what grass tastes like. - I feel awful.
 
  [02:56.20]When Fr鋟lein Maria wanted to feel better she used to sing that song.
 
  [03:00.10]Let’s try it.
 
  [03:01.81]Raindrops on roses
 
  [03:04.71]And whiskers on kittens
 
  [03:09.65]Bright copper1 kettles
 
  [03:12.45]And warm woolen2 mittens3
 
  [03:16.85]Brown paper packages Tied up with strings4
 
  [03:23.09]These are a few of my favorite things
  [03:29.33]Why don’t I feel better?
 
  [03:32.54]Girls in white dresses
 
  [03:35.11]With blue satin sashes
 
  [03:38.41]Snowflakes that stay On my nose and eyelashes
 
  [03:44.48]- Silver white winters - Fr鋟lein Maria’s back!
 
  [03:47.82]That melt into springs
 
  [03:49.55]These are a few of my favorite things
 
  [03:53.02]When the dog bites When the bee stings
 
  [03:56.36]When I’m feeling sad
 
  [03:58.93]I simply remember my favorite things
 
  [04:02.20]And then I don’t feel
 
  [04:04.70]So bad
 
  [04:13.14]- I’m so glad to see you. - We missed you.
 
  [04:14.95]I missed you.
 
  [04:16.28]- Kurt, how are you? - Hungry.
 
  [04:19.95]- What happened to your finger? - It got caught.
 
  [04:22.82]- Caught in what? - Friedrich’s teeth.
 
  [04:26.22]- Liesl, you all right? - Just fair.
 
  [04:28.63]- Any telegrams been delivered lately? - None at all.
 
  [04:31.83]But I’m learning to accept it. I’ll be glad when school begins.
 
  [04:35.57]Liesl, you can’t use school to escape your problems. You have to face them.
 
  [04:40.51]I have so much to tell you.
 
  [04:42.07]- We have things to tell you too. - I’m sure.
 
  [04:44.48]The most important thing is that Father is going to be married.
 
  [04:48.41]Married?
 
  [04:49.78]Yes, to Baroness5 Schraeder.
 
  [04:59.72]Oh, I see.
 
  [05:03.13]Father, look! Fr鋟lein Maria’s back!
 
  [05:06.73]Fr鋟lein Maria’s back from the abbey.
 
  [05:10.97]Good evening, captain.
 
  [05:13.54]Good evening.
 
  [05:17.34]Everyone inside for dinner.
 
  [05:19.48]Dinner!
 
  [05:30.45]You left without saying goodbye. Even to the children.
 
  [05:36.13]It was wrong of me. Forgive me.
 
  [05:39.76]Why did you?
 
  [05:41.13]Please don’t ask me. The reason no longer exists.
 
  [05:45.14]Fr鋟lein Maria, you’ve returned.
 
  [05:49.41]Isn’t it wonderful, Georg?
 
  [05:54.55]I wish you every happiness, baroness.
 
  [05:56.98]You too, captain. The children say you’re to marry.
 
  [05:59.98]Thank you, my dear.
 
  [06:03.65]You are back to stay?
 
  [06:09.29]Only until arrangements can be made for another governess.
 
  [07:08.39]There you are.
 
  [07:24.37]I must speak to cook about the schnitzel.
 
  [07:27.14]It is entirely6 too delicious for my figure.
 
  [07:30.88]And it makes you much too quiet at the dinner table.
 
  [07:34.08]Or was it the wine?
 
  [07:36.31]Undoubtedly the wine.
 
  [07:40.69]You have no idea the trouble I’m having...
 
  [07:43.25]...trying to decide on a wedding present for you.
  [07:46.26]Oh, I know. I’m enough.
 
  [07:48.66]But I do want you to have some little trifle for the occasion.
 
  [07:52.53]At first I thought of a fountain pen...
 
  [07:55.13]...but you’ve already got one.
 
  [07:57.64]Then I thought perhaps a villa7 in the south of France...
 
  [08:00.84]...but they are so difficult to gift-wrap.
 
  [08:03.77]Oh, Georg, how do you feel about yachts?
 
  [08:06.44]A long, sleek8 one for the Mediterranean9...
 
  [08:08.98]...or a tiny one for your bathtub, huh?
 
  [08:13.92]- Elsa. - Where to go on our honeymoon10?
 
  [08:16.19]Now, that’s a real problem.
 
  [08:17.99]A trip around the world would be lovely. And then I said:
 
  [08:21.63]"Oh, Elsa, there must be someplace better to go."
 
  [08:24.73]- But don’t worry, darling, I’ll... - Elsa.
 
  [08:27.87]Yes, Georg.
 
  [08:30.13]It’s no use...
 
  [08:32.67]...you and I.
 
  [08:35.57]I’m being dishonest to both of us...
 
  [08:40.18]...and utterly11 unfair to you.
 
  [08:47.05]- When two people talk of marriage... - No, don’t.
 
  [08:50.72]Don’t say another word, please.
 
  [08:56.09]You see, there are other things I’ve been thinking of.
 
  [09:02.07]Fond as I am of you, I really don’t think you’re the right man for me.
 
  [09:09.34]You’re much too independent.
 
  [09:12.08]And I need someone who needs me desperately12...
 
  [09:17.08]...or at least needs my money desperately.
 
  [09:22.29]I’ve enjoyed every moment we’ve had together and I do thank you for that.
 
  [09:29.99]Now, if you’ll forgive me...
 
  [09:32.10]...I’ll go inside, pack my little bags...
 
  [09:34.40]...and return to Vienna where I belong.
 
  [09:42.27]And somewhere out there...
 
  [09:44.38]...is a young lady who, I think...
 
  [09:49.05]...will never be a nun13.
 
  [00:02.22]- What happened? - Sascha Petrie stole them first.
 
  [00:05.09]I hate thieves.
 
  [00:06.66]Max, you really must try and learn to love yourself.
 
  [00:10.20]I had to call Paris, Rome and Stockholm.
 
  [00:12.77]- On Georg's telephone, of course. - How else could I afford it?
 
  [00:16.81]I like rich people, the way they live and how I live when I'm with them.
 
  [00:22.24]I wonder where the children are.
 
  [00:24.68]They must have heard I was coming and hid.
 
  [00:27.45]I was hoping they'd be here to welcome you.
 
  [00:30.22]Max, do step out of character for a moment and try and be charming.
 
  [00:43.77]Well?
 
  [00:46.07]Well what?
 
  [00:47.47]Have you made up his mind? Do I hear wedding bells?
 
  [00:50.64]- Pealing14 madly. - Marvelous.
 
  [00:52.91]- Not necessarily for me. - What kind of talk's that?
 
  [00:55.81]None-of-your-business talk.
 
  [00:57.71]I'm terribly fond of him, so don't toy with us.
 
  [01:00.45]But I'm a child. I like toys. So tell me everything.
 
  [01:04.29]Come on. Tell me every teensy-weensy, intimate, disgusting detail.
 
  [01:10.86]Well, let's just say I have a feeling I may be here on approval.
  [01:15.26]- I approve of that. How can you miss? - Far too easily.
 
  [01:18.53]If I know you, darling, and I do, you will find a way.
 
  [01:22.00]- He's no ordinary man. - No, he's rich.
 
  [01:24.81]His wife's death gave him a great heartache.
 
  [01:27.28]And your husband's death gave you a great fortune.
 
  [01:30.61]Oh, Max, you really are a beast.
 
  [01:32.78]You and Georg are like family. That's why I want to see you married.
 
  [01:37.02]We must keep all that lovely money in the family.
 
  [01:56.87]- What are you doing there? - Oh, Captain von Trapp.
 
  [02:00.08]I was just looking for...
 
  [02:03.01]I didn't see, I mean, I didn't know you were...
 
  [02:06.42]Heil Hitler!
 
  [02:08.85]Who are you?
 
  [02:10.59]I have a telegram for Herr Detweiler.
 
  [02:13.06]- I am Herr Detweiler. - Yes, sir.
 
  [02:20.90]You've delivered your telegram. Now get out.
 
  [02:30.31]- Georg, he's just a boy. - Yes, and I'm just an Austrian.
 
  [02:33.88]Things will happen. Make sure they don't happen to you.
 
  [02:36.95]Max! Don't you ever say that again.
 
  [02:39.92]I have no political convictions.
 
  [02:42.38]- Can I help it if other people do? - You can help it.
 
  [02:46.39]You must help it.
 
  [02:58.90]Hello?
 
  [03:03.07]You're far away. Where are you?
 
  [03:06.21]In a world that's disappearing, I'm afraid.
 
  [03:10.91]Is there any way I could bring you back to the world I'm in?
 
  [03:40.41]- Father! Father! - There's your father!
 
  [03:43.68]Oh, captain, you're home!
 
  [03:54.76]Come out of that water at once!
 
  [04:06.47]Oh, you must be Baroness Schraeder.
 
  [04:13.98]I'm soaked to the skin!
 
  [04:28.99]Straight line!
 
  [04:45.04]This is Baroness Schraeder.
 
  [04:50.05]And these...
 
  [04:52.05]...are my children.
 
  [04:54.72]How do you do?
 
  [04:57.35]Go inside, dry off, clean up, change your clothes and report back here!
 
  [05:07.06]Fr鋟lein, you will stay here, please!
 
  [05:10.90]I think I'd better go see what Max is up to.
 
  [05:24.68]Now, fr鋟lein...
 
  [05:28.38]...I want a truthful15 answer.
 
  [05:30.85]Yes, captain.
 
  [05:32.59]Is it possible, or could I have just imagined it?
 
  [05:38.19]Have my children, by any chance, been climbing trees today?
 
  [05:43.13]Yes, captain.
 
  [05:45.40]I see.
 
  [05:47.27]And where, may I ask, did they get these?
 
  [05:52.04]- Play clothes. - Is that what they are?
 
  [05:54.31]I made them from the drapes that used to hang in my bedroom.
 
  [05:58.55]- Drapes? - They have plenty of wear left.
 
  [06:00.88]We've been everywhere in them.
 
  [06:03.05]Are you telling me that my children have been roaming about Salzburg...
 
  [06:07.76]...dressed up in nothing but some old drapes?
 
  [06:11.29]And having a marvelous time!
 
  [06:13.16]- They have uniforms. - Forgive me, straitjackets.
 
  [06:16.63]They can't be children if they worry about clothes...
 
  [06:19.67]They don't complain.
 
  [06:21.07]They don't dare. They love you too much and fear...
 
  [06:23.97]Don't discuss my children.
 
  [06:25.77]You've got to hear, you're never home...
 
  [06:27.91]I don't want to hear more!
 
  [06:29.61]I know you don't, but you've got to!
 
  [06:32.95]- Liesl's not a child. - Not one word...
 
  [06:35.35]Soon she'll be a woman and you won't even know her.
 
  [06:38.49]Friedrich wants to be a man but you're not here to show...
 
  [06:41.82]Don't you dare tell me...
 
  [06:43.43]Brigitta could tell you about him. She notices everything.
 
  [06:46.93]Kurt acts tough to hide the pain when you ignore him...
 
  [06:50.27]...the way you do all of them.
 
  [06:52.07]Louisa, I don't know about yet.
 
  [06:54.70]The little ones just want love. Please, love them all.
 
  [06:58.17]I don't care to hear more.
 
  [06:59.98]- I am not finished yet, captain! - Oh, yes, you are, captain!
 
  [07:05.61]Fr鋟lein.
 
  [07:08.95]You will pack your things this minute...
 
  [07:12.39]...and return to the abbey.
 
  [07:17.49]What's that?
 
  [07:20.60]It's singing.
 
  [07:22.30]Yes, I realize it's singing. But who is singing?
 
  [07:26.03]The children.
 
  [07:30.51]The children?
 
  [07:32.37]I taught them something to sing for the baroness.
 
  [07:40.75]My heart wants to sing Every song it hears
 
  [07:47.06]Every song that it hears
  [07:49.89]My heart wants to beat like the wings Of the birds that rise
 
  [07:55.63]From the lake to the trees
 
  [07:59.00]To the trees
 
  [08:00.67]My heart wants to sigh Like a chime that flies
 
  [08:05.77]From a church on a breeze
 
  [08:10.55]To laugh like a brook16 When it trips and falls
 
  [08:14.85]Over stones on its way
 
  [08:18.05]On its way
 
  [08:19.72]To sing through the night
 
  [08:24.36]Like a lark17 who is learning to pray
 
  [08:30.27]I go to the hills
 
  [08:34.97]When my heart is lonely
 
  [08:41.41]I know I will hear
 
  [08:45.41]What I've heard before
 
  [08:52.05]My heart will be blessed
 
  [08:56.56]With the sound of music
 
  [09:04.40]And I'll sing
 
  [09:09.80]Once more
 
  [09:51.11]Edelweiss!
 
  [09:56.82]You never told me how enchanting18 your children are.

點擊收聽單詞發音收聽單詞發音  

1 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。
2 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。
3 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。
4 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。
5 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。
6 entirely entirely     
ad.全部地,完整地;完全地,徹底地
參考例句:
  • The fire was entirely caused by their neglect of duty. 那場火災完全是由于他們失職而引起的。
  • His life was entirely given up to the educational work. 他的一生統統獻給了教育工作。
7 villa xHayI     
n.別墅,城郊小屋
參考例句:
  • We rented a villa in France for the summer holidays.我們在法國租了一幢別墅消夏。
  • We are quartered in a beautiful villa.我們住在一棟漂亮的別墅里。
8 sleek zESzJ     
adj.光滑的,井然有序的;v.使光滑,梳攏
參考例句:
  • Women preferred sleek,shiny hair with little decoration.女士們更喜歡略加修飾的光滑閃亮型秀發。
  • The horse's coat was sleek and glossy.這匹馬全身潤澤有光。
9 Mediterranean ezuzT     
adj.地中海的;地中海沿岸的
參考例句:
  • The houses are Mediterranean in character.這些房子都屬地中海風格。
  • Gibraltar is the key to the Mediterranean.直布羅陀是地中海的要沖。
10 honeymoon ucnxc     
n.蜜月(假期);vi.度蜜月
參考例句:
  • While on honeymoon in Bali,she learned to scuba dive.她在巴厘島度蜜月時學會了帶水肺潛水。
  • The happy pair are leaving for their honeymoon.這幸福的一對就要去度蜜月了。
11 utterly ZfpzM1     
adv.完全地,絕對地
參考例句:
  • Utterly devoted to the people,he gave his life in saving his patients.他忠于人民,把畢生精力用于挽救患者的生命。
  • I was utterly ravished by the way she smiled.她的微笑使我完全陶醉了。
12 desperately cu7znp     
adv.極度渴望地,絕望地,孤注一擲地
參考例句:
  • He was desperately seeking a way to see her again.他正拼命想辦法再見她一面。
  • He longed desperately to be back at home.他非常渴望回家。
13 nun THhxK     
n.修女,尼姑
參考例句:
  • I can't believe that the famous singer has become a nun.我無法相信那個著名的歌星已做了修女。
  • She shaved her head and became a nun.她削發為尼。
14 pealing a30c30e9cb056cec10397fd3f7069c71     
v.(使)(鐘等)鳴響,(雷等)發出隆隆聲( peal的現在分詞 )
參考例句:
  • The bell began pealing. 鐘聲開始鳴響了。 來自《現代漢英綜合大詞典》
  • The church bells are pealing the message of Christmas joy. 教堂的鐘聲洪亮地傳頌著圣誕快樂的信息。 來自辭典例句
15 truthful OmpwN     
adj.真實的,說實話的,誠實的
參考例句:
  • You can count on him for a truthful report of the accident.你放心,他會對事故作出如實的報告的。
  • I don't think you are being entirely truthful.我認為你并沒全講真話。
16 brook PSIyg     
n.小河,溪;v.忍受,容讓
參考例句:
  • In our room we could hear the murmur of a distant brook.在我們房間能聽到遠處小溪汩汩的流水聲。
  • The brook trickled through the valley.小溪涓涓流過峽谷。
17 lark r9Fza     
n.云雀,百靈鳥;n.嬉戲,玩笑;vi.嬉戲
參考例句:
  • He thinks it cruel to confine a lark in a cage.他認為把云雀關在籠子里太殘忍了。
  • She lived in the village with her grandparents as cheerful as a lark.她同祖父母一起住在鄉間非常快活。
18 enchanting MmCyP     
a.討人喜歡的
參考例句:
  • His smile, at once enchanting and melancholy, is just his father's. 他那種既迷人又有些憂郁的微笑,活脫兒象他父親。
  • Its interior was an enchanting place that both lured and frightened me. 它的里頭是個吸引人的地方,我又向往又害怕。
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