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       phoebe is mad at ross
      이름     |     관리자   날짜     |     2021-02-16   조회     |     352

     

     

    Gotta go. I’m taking Ben to the party.

    Oh, give him a kiss for me.

    All right, bye! Later.

    I’m so sorry you got to the middle of that. I didn’t mean to be so rude there, but I’m furious with him.

    Well, um calm down Charlie.

    I’m trying but that guy can push my buttons.

    Why are you so mad at him?

    Look I don’t want to talk about it, okay.

    Just seems like anything…

    You want to be on my list too?  so stop talking.

    See my list, by the way?

    Well, Melfi what does it look like?

    Um it’s a piece of paper and it says Ross on it.

    Hey!

    This guy again.

    What’s up?

    Not much.

    You guys want to see a movie tonight?

    What do you want to see?

    I don’t know.

    Well, we can’t decide.  Phoebe show him your game.

    No, thank you.

    What’s going on with her?

    I don’t know.

     

    Vocabulary& Expressions:

     

    gotta go "I have got to go" (more informal) and "I have to go". Both mean the same. Have (got) to is used to refer to obligations which come from outside the speaker. have (got) to is a requirement.  

    go to the middle of sth get into an argument with (someone) about (someone or something). 

    rude (adjective) offensively impolite or ill-mannered.

    furious - to become very anxious, upset, or afraid, or make someone very anxious, upset, or afraid

    cam down (verb) To become less excited, intense, or angry. Calm down before you hurt somebody. 

    push my buttons- Draw a strong emotional reaction from someone, especially anger

    mad (adjective-informal) very angry.

    list (noun) names written or printed consecutively

    what’s up - What are you doing?;what is happening?

    not much - not a great amount; nothing of importance.

    What’s going on with sby It is an informal way of greeting. Usually among friends to find out what's happening. As in “How's it going?

     

     



     

     

     

     

     

     

     



     
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