Carson: Ah, William. Any papers yet?
William: They're late.
Carson: They certainly are. Get the board out, so you can do them as soon as they're here.
[William sets up a board used for ironing the newspaper.]
Hughes: Is the library tidy?
Anna: Yes, Mrs Hughes.
Good. I want the dining room given a proper going-over today. You can do it when they'vefinished their breakfast.
Oh, heavens, girl! You're building a fire, not inventing it! How many have you done?
Daisy:This is my last till they come downstairs.
Hughes: Very well. Now get back down to the kitchens before anyone sees you.
[The paperboy cycles up to Downton. Lady Mary gets out of bed and sees him ride past herwindow. She rings the bell.]
[The bell for the Queen Caroline room rings as the servants are eating breakfast.]
Thomas: And they're off.
Patmore: No rest for the wicked.
[Mrs Patmore looks at the bells. ]
Patmore: Lady Mary. Are the tea trays ready?
[Anna gets up from the table.]
Anna: All ready, Mrs Patmore - if the water's boiled.
Could you give us a hand?
O'Brien: I've got her Ladyship's to carry.
Anna: I'll help.
[Another bell rings.]
Hughes: Back door.
Carson: The papers. At last... William?
William: You're late!
[The paperboy reads the newspaper as William steps out.]
Paperboy: I know, but -
William: But what?
Paperboy: You'll see.
[William irons the newspaper.]
Carson: Do the Times first. He only reads that at breakfast.
And the Sketch for her Ladyship.
[William nods as Carson leaves. He starts to fold up the paper, but stops when he seessomething and reads it.]
Carson: You can manage the others later.
Daisy: Why are their papers ironed?
Patmore: What's it to you?
O'Brien: To dry the ink, silly.We wouldn't want his Lordship's hands to be as black as yours.
[More bells ring. Daisy finishes clearing the table and Miss O'Brien gets up.]
William: Mr Carson! I think you ought to see this.
[William hands him the newspaper.]
Hughes: I can't make myself believe it.
Patmore: Me neither.
Thomas: His Lordship's dressed.
[Mrs Patmore looks over at William who is talking to Daisy.]
William! Will you stop talking and take this kedgeree up?
And mind the burners are still lit.
William: Yes, Mrs Patmore.
[William takes the dish and heads out.]
Thomas: Is it really true?
William: Afraid so.
Patmore: Nothing in life is sure.
What is it to you.
源自台词：What was it to you?
One’s house must be given a proper going-over.
源于台词：I want the dining room given a proper going-over today.
Breakfast/lunch/dinner is ready.
源于台词：Breakfast is ready, Mr Carson.
4 情景：早上，你见到母亲醒来，就会用wake up这个词语来描述，其实就用这句最简答：
Sb. is off.
源于台词：And they're off.
No rest for the wicked.
源于台词：Patmore: No rest for the wicked.
I can't make myself believe it.
源于台词：Hughes: I can't make myself believe it.
Nothing in life is sure.
源于台词：Thomas: His Lordship's dressed.内容来自 听力课堂网：http://www.tingclass.net/show-8997-266775-1.html