Don't you agree, Mr. Darcy?
Now every savage can dance.
Why, I imagine even zombies could do it to some degree of success.
You know, I love to read, too, actually.
Please don't forget our next dance, miss Bennet.
Darcy, I hate to see you just standing there. You must dance.
达西 我讨厌看到你就光站在那儿 你一定要跳舞
Oh, you know I detest it when I'm not acquainted with my partner.
- Oh, well... - Darcy.
- 这样的话... - 达西
You are dancing with the only handsome girl here.
Oh, but one of her sisters is also very pretty.
Dare I say, very agreeable.
Well, she's tolerable but... Tolerable?
- 好吧 她也就那样 但... - 也就那样?
But not handsome enough to tempt me.
Nor any other man here, apparently.
Darcy, your standards, my dear fellow...
达西 我亲爱的伙计 你的标准...
Oh, that is unfortunate.
What a lack of grace.
Mr. Darcy, you're an insufferable prig.
I quite detest the man.
So high and so conceited that I can't endure him.
那么高傲 那么自负 我受不了他
I wouldn't dance with him if he were...
I've come to tell you...
What happened, lizzy?
I narrowly saved her life.
From Mrs. featherstone?
From an undead Mrs. featherstone.
I found her to be exceedingly tolerable.
Well done, Darcy. Very heroic.
干得好 达西 非常英勇
She was trying to tell me something.
A recipe, perhaps?
Laugh as much as you choose.
But you shall not laugh me out of my opinion.
She posed no threat.
We are under attack!
Her face is rendered uncommonly intelligent
by the beautiful expression of her dark eyes.
And I'm forced to acknowledge her figure as both light and pleasing.
And that her arms are surprisingly muscular,
yet not so much as to be unfeminine.
Oh, lizzy, i never saw such happy manners.
So much ease with such good breeding.
I give you leave to like him.
You've liked many a stupider person.
He's just what a young man ought to be.
Good-humored, lively, handsome, and...
风趣 活泼 英俊 还有...
Quite rich, which a young man ought likewise to be,
if he possibly can.
Not as rich as Darcy.
I saw how you looked at him
when he first walked in the dance...
As if I hated him?
As if you liked him.
Until his manners gave me disgust!
He acted as if he were above our company and above being pleased.
Admit you find him handsome.
Handsome is as handsome does.
Mr. Darcy is therefore a very ill-looking man.
Girls, you will knock the house down!
Never have i encountered a man so consumed by his own pride!
One cannot wonder that so very fine a young man
with family, fortune, and everything in his favor
门第好 又有钱 样样都比别人强
should think highly of himself.
If I may so express it,
he has a right to be proud.
I could easily forgive his pride,
if he had not mortified mine.
Pride is a very common failing, i believe.
Vanity and pride are different things,
though the words are often used synonymously.
A person may be proud without being vain.
Pride relates more to our opinion of ourselves,
and vanity to what we would have others think of us.
A letter for miss Jane Bennet.
He saved you from a zombie.
Mrs. featherstone was quite civilized.
- Yield! - Never!
- 认输吧 - 绝不
She was a zombie, lizzy. Thank goodness he was there.
丽兹 她是个僵尸 谢天谢地 他当时在场
- No, no, no! Stop it, lizzy! - That's not fair!
- 别 别 别 别这样 丽兹 - 那不公平
The bingleys have invited me to tea.
- Lydia, come on. - Well, of course they have.
- 莉迪亚 来 - 他们当然会了
Truly, I'd much rather go by coach.
You had much better go on horseback,
for it seems likely to rain,
and then you must stay all night.
That would be a good scheme,
if you were sure they would not send her home.
Mother, I really would prefer the carriage.