[00:01:06]Oh, Tess, such news, such wonderful news.
噢 苔丝 有个消息 有个好消息
[00:22:47]We have been ignoble!
[00:25:40]The Durbeyfields are the greatest gentlefolk in the county.
[00:30:16]We have monuments and vaults and crests and all...
[00:33:57]Look. Here. Here is the proof.
[00:39:07]A spoon, Mother?
[00:40:04]With our crest, our old family crest!
[00:43:25]Knights of the Royal oak, do you see?
[00:45:11]Is this why Father made such a moment of himself this afternoon?
[00:48:20]Partly, and partly on account of his heart.
【双语释义】If you describe something as ignoble, you mean that it is bad and something tobe ashamed of.
【典型范例1】There's something cowardly and ignoble about such an attitude.
【典型范例2】There is an ignoble episode from their country's past.
【典型范例3】Mr. Baldwin was, of course, not moved by any ignoble wish to remain in office.
【双语释义】 (in the past) people belonging to respected families of the higher social classes
【典型范例1】Mrs. Branderton had routed our all villagers for her show of gentlefolk.
【典型范例2】 He came of Somerset gentlefolk who had lost their fortune following theAmerican Revolution.
【句型模板】Sb makes a moment of himself.
【指点迷津】make a moment of oneself字面意思是“使得自己尽情地享受那一刻”，多用来指某人胡言胡语，行为不当，给别人来看笑话而使得自己出洋相。
【句型操练】Behave yourself; don't make a moment of yourself.
【句型出处】Is this why Father made such a moment of himself this afternoon?(爸爸下午就是因为这个才出洋相的吗?)
on account of：因为;由于
【典型范例1】The manager had to step down on account of poor health.
【典型范例2】The flight was postponed on account of bad weather.
【典型范例3】The match was postponed on account of the weather.
【典型范例4】Innocent people get into trouble on account of others' misfortune.