Librarian：Oh,wellI guess you might think that.But when I saw it back then it wasanything but boring.
in such short notice
Student：Hi,thanksfor seeing me in such short notice.
A：She'sa good dancer.
Pro:Ok,basicallythey have to offer things that most people can find anywhere else,youknow quality,that means better exercise equipment,high-end stuff,andclasses-exercise classes may be aerobics.
Therefore,it’sbest to be a non-conformist–to do your own thing,not worrying aboutwhat other people think.That’s an important point.He really drivesthis argument home through out the essay.
Iknow it's short notice,but I'll only have the film for a few days.
go down the drain
Student:Iknow,but I didn’t want to risk the project going down the drain.
Iam afraid we don’t have any openings at lunch time.A lot ofstudents want to work then,so it is really rare for us to have anopen spot at that time of day.
beat odds with
Theytry to fit in with the rest of the world even though it’s at oddswith their beliefs and their identities.
Imean no one really thinks that,say a bee goes through weighing thepros and cons of pollinating this flower or that flower.
Pro:Oh,that'svery thoughtful of you,Eric,but it will be low key,nothingflashy.That's not her style.
Butif you took away all the DNA that codes for genes,you still havemaybe 70%of the DNA left over.That’s the so-called JUNK DNA.Thoughthe word junk is used sort of tongue in cheek.
pull them from thin air
Tobegin,how do we create fictional characters?We don’t just pull themfrom thin air,do we?I mean we don’t create them out of nothing.
Advisor:Hi,StevenI schedule this appointment,cause it has been a while since wetouched base.