陕西快乐10分选号技巧 www.yzhhx.net Sheldon: Are you still mad about the sperm bank?
Sheldon: You want to hear an interesting thing about stairs?
Leonard: Not really.
Sheldon: If the height of a single step is off by as little as twomillimetres, people will trip.
Leonard: I don’t care. Two millimetres?That doesn’t seem right.
Sheldon: No, it’s true, I did a series of experiments when I was twelve, myfather broke his clavicle.
Leonard: Is that why they sent you to boarding school?
Sheldon: No, that was the result of my work with lasers.
(Leonard spots Penny in the doorway of the apartment opposite. He isimmediately interested.)
Leonard: New neighbour?
Leonard: Significant improvement over the old neighbour.
Sheldon: Two hundred pound transvestite with a skin condition, yes sheis.
Penny (noticing them for the first time):Oh, hi!
Leonard: We don’t mean to interrupt, we live across the hall.
Penny: Oh, that’s nice.
Leonard: Oh… uh… no… we don’t live together… um… we live together but inseparate, heterosexual bedrooms.
Penny: Oh, okay, well, guess I’m your new neighbour, Penny.
Leonard: Leonard, (pointing) Sheldon.
Leonard: Hi. Well… uh… oh, welcome to the building.
Penny: Thank you, maybe we can have coffee sometime.
Leonard: Oh, great.
Leonard: Great. Well, bye.
(Penny closes door.)
【释】[I, Ipr, Ip] ~ (over/up) catch one's foot on sth and stumble or fall(牛津高阶)使绊倒：某人的脚被勾住，绊倒或跌倒
【例】She tripped (over the cat) and fell. (牛津高阶)
【例】I tripped over, dropping the tray I was carrying. (牛津高阶)
【释】n (anatomy) collar-bone 锁骨. (牛津高阶)
【释】an entrance into a building or room (韦氏)
【释】a person who adopts the dress and often the behavior typical of theopposite sex (参考韦氏)
across the hall
【释】on the other side of (sth) (牛津高阶)
【例】We shall soon be across the Channel. (牛津高阶)
【例】He shouted to me from across the room. (牛津高阶)
【例】Across the river is a log cabin, the owner of which is a huntermanipulated by the wicked queen. (自造)
【释】adj feeling sexually attracted to people of the opposite sex (牛津高阶)