Mother Nature teaches Kathy and Evan a lesson concerning the weather.
E:Well, we've packed the car. Let's get going.
K:Aw, Evan. What's the rush? Let's take another walk around the pond. Maybe we can feed the ducks.
E:Next time. See those clouds? They look like thunderheads. I think we'd better head for the car.
K:Come on, Evan. Just another 15 minutes, that's all.
E:Well, OK. There's still some bread left over. We can feed the ducks with it.
(Evan goes back to the car, fetches the bread, and returns to Kathy.)
K:Gee, thanks, honey. That was sweet. I thought I saw a couple of ducklings in the bushes.
E:OK. (after a few minutes' walk) Uh, where did you say those ducklings were? I can't see very clearly. (looking up) No wonder! Look! That thunderhead is right overhead now.
K:Oh, it's starting to rain! Hurry! Back to the car.
E:It's too late for that. We're too far. Let's take that path into the woods over there. Remember that small wooden hut we saw there?
K:Yeah. Let's hurry! It's starting to pour!
1. teach sb a lesson给某人一个教训
2. concerning 关于(= tegarding/about)
3. What's the rush?什么事这么赶?急什么?
=What's the hum-y?
例:A:What's the rush? Why are you in such a hurry?
B:Haven't you heard? Andy Lau is at Sogo Department Store!
4. thunderhead (下h11前常见的)
5. fetch 去拿来，去取来(使用于下列句型中)
fetch sb sth拿东西给某人
例:Don trained his dog to fetch him his slippers.
6. overhead 在头顶上
例:When Jessica looked oveYhead，she happened to see。shooting star
7. pour 倾盆而下&vt倒(液体)
例:It never rains but it pours.
Can you pour me a cup of tea，please?