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You've Got Mail(1998)「Chapter three to four」

気の合うメル友からのメールがいかに心ときめくものかという、そんな内容。
おもしろいのは、FOX書店が開店するというお知らせが、麻薬密売所を開くというのと同じくらい住民に嫌われると心配しているところです。大型店舗の出店は、小売店舗を窮地に追い込むのですから当然です。
ジョーと工事担当ケビンの会話が早口で、聞き取りにくいので徹底的に聴きこんでください。

You've Got Mail Chapter three to four

ジョーとキャスリーンがそれぞれの仕事場に向かいます。
ジョーは、工事中のフォックス書店へ、キャスリーンは街角の本屋へ。
そこでは、メル友に心が奪われて仕事も上の空です。

You've Got Mail

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Subtitle chapter three to four

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What will NY152 say today? I wonder.
wʌt wɪl ɛn-waɪ152 seɪ təˈdeɪ? aɪ ˈwʌndər.
I turn on my computer.
aɪ tɜrn ɑn maɪ kəmˈpjutər.
I wait impatiently as it connects.
aɪ weɪt ɪmˈpeɪʃəntli æz ɪt kəˈnɛkts.
I go online...
aɪ goʊ ˈɔnˌlaɪn...
...and my breath catches in my chest until I hear three little words:
...ænd maɪ brɛθ ˈkæʧəz ɪn maɪ ʧɛst ənˈtɪl aɪ hir θri ˈlɪtəl wɜrdz:
You've got mail.
juv gɑt meɪl.
I hear nothing, not even a sound on the streets of New York.
aɪ hir ˈnʌθɪŋ, nɑt ˈivɪn ə saʊnd ɑn ðə strits ʌv nu jɔrk.
Just the beat of my own heart.
ʤʌst ðə bit ʌv maɪ oʊn hɑrt.
I have mail. ..
aɪ hæv meɪl. ..
...from you.
...frʌm ju.
The electrical contractor hit a deer last night.
ði ɪˈlɛktrɪkəl ˈkɑnˌtræktər hɪt ə dɪr læst naɪt.
So he won't be here till tomorrow.
soʊ hi woʊnt bi hir tɪl təˈmɑˌroʊ.
And upstairs, the shelves are late. . .
ænd əpˈstɛrz, ðə ʃɛlvz ɑr leɪt. . .
. . .because the pine we ordered has beetles.
. . .bɪˈkɔz ðə paɪn wi ˈɔrdɜrd hæz ˈbitəlz.
Very good.
ˈvɛri gʊd.
And we got a $50,000 ticket for workers peeing off the roof.
ænd wi gɑt eɪ $50,000 ˈtɪkət fɔr ˈwɜrkɜrz ˈpiɪŋ ɔf ðə ruf.
That is great. Is the electrician here?
ðæt ɪz greɪt. ɪz ði ɪlɛkˈtrɪʃən hir?
I just told you he hit a deer. I knew you weren't listening to me.
aɪ ʤʌst toʊld ju hi hɪt ə dɪr. aɪ nu ju ˈwɜrənt ˈlɪsənɪŋ tu mi.
You're right. I wasn't.
jʊr raɪt. aɪ ˈwɑzənt.
l hear nothing.
ɛl hir ˈnʌθɪŋ.
Not a sound on the city streets,just the beat of my own heart.
nɑt ə saʊnd ɑn ðə ˈsɪti strits,ʤʌst ðə bit ʌv maɪ oʊn hɑrt.
I think that's how it goes. Something like that.
aɪ θɪŋk ðæts haʊ ɪt goʊz. ˈsʌmθɪŋ laɪk ðæt.
You and Patricia got engaged,didn't you? You can tell me.
ju ænd pəˈtrɪʃə gɑt ɛnˈgeɪʤd,ˈdɪdənt ju? ju kæn tɛl mi.
Engaged?
ɛnˈgeɪʤd?
Are you crazy?
ɑr ju ˈkreɪzi?
I thought you liked Patricia.
aɪ θɔt ju laɪkt pəˈtrɪʃə.
I do.
aɪ du.
I love Patricia.
aɪ lʌv pəˈtrɪʃə.
Patricia's amazing. She makes coffee nervous.
pəˈtrɪʃəz əˈmeɪzɪŋ. ʃi meɪks ˈkɑfi ˈnɜrvəs.
We should announce ourselves to the neighborhood: "Here we come. "
wi ʃʊd əˈnaʊns aʊərˈsɛlvz tu ðə ˈneɪbərˌhʊd: "hir wi kʌm. "
I don’t know, this is the Upper West Side.
aɪ doʊnt noʊ, ðɪs ɪz ði ˈʌpər wɛst saɪd.
We might as well tell them we're opening a crack house.
wi maɪt æz wɛl tɛl ðɛm wir ˈoʊpənɪŋ ə kræk haʊs.
They're going to hate us.
ðɛr ˈgoʊɪŋ tu heɪt ʌs.
Soon as they hear, They'll be lining up to picket the big bad chain store. . .
sun æz ðeɪ hir, ðeɪl bi ˈlaɪnɪŋ ʌp tu ˈpɪkɪt ðə bɪg bæd ʧeɪn stɔr. . .
. . .that's out to destroy--
. . .ðæts aʊt tu dɪˈstrɔɪ--
Everything they hold dear.
ˈɛvriˌθɪŋ ðeɪ hoʊld dɪr.
We're going to seduce them with our square footage. . .
wir ˈgoʊɪŋ tu sɪˈdus ðɛm wɪð ˈaʊər skwɛr ˈfʊtɪʤ. . .
. . .and our discounts and our deep armchairs. . .
. . .ænd ˈaʊər dɪˈskaʊnts ænd ˈaʊər dip ˈɑrmˌʧɛrz. . .
. . .and our cappuccino.
. . .ænd ˈaʊər ˌkæˌpuˈʧinoʊ.
That's right.They're going to hate us at the beginning. . .
ðæts raɪt.ðɛr ˈgoʊɪŋ tu heɪt ʌs æt ðə bɪˈgɪnɪŋ. . .
. . .but we'll get them in the end.
. . .bʌt wil gɛt ðɛm ɪn ði ɛnd.
And you know why?
ænd ju noʊ waɪ?
Why?
waɪ?
Because we'll sell cheap books and legal addictive stimulants.
bɪˈkɔz wil sɛl ʧip bʊks ænd ˈligəl əˈdɪktɪv ˈstɪmjələnts.
In the meantime,we'll just put up a big sign:
ɪn ðə ˈminˌtaɪm,wil ʤʌst pʊt ʌp ə bɪg saɪn:
Coming Soon, a Fox Books Superstore.
ˈkʌmɪŋ sun, ə fɑks bʊks ˈsupərˌstɔr.
The End of Civilization. . .As You Know lt!
ði ɛnd ʌv ˌsɪvəlɪˈzeɪʃən. . .æz ju noʊ lt!
Good morning, Christina.
gʊd ˈmɔrnɪŋ, krɪˈstinə.
Morning, Kathleen.
ˈmɔrnɪŋ, kæˈθlin.
Isn't it just the most beautiful day?
ˈɪzənt ɪt ʤʌst ðə moʊst ˈbjutəfəl deɪ?
I guess. Yeah, sure.
aɪ gɛs. jæ, ʃʊr.
Idiot, what are you doing? - I got the green light!
ˈɪdiət, wʌt ɑr ju ˈduɪŋ? - aɪ gɑt ðə grin laɪt!
Don't you love New York in the fall?
doʊnt ju lʌv nu jɔrk ɪn ðə fɔl?
Perfect.
ˈpɜrˌfɪkt.
Can't beat that.
kænt bit ðæt.
Scotch tape? What is going on with you?
skɑʧ teɪp? wʌt ɪz ˈgoʊɪŋ ɑn wɪð ju?
Nothing.
ˈnʌθɪŋ.
You're in love.-In love? No.
jʊr ɪn lʌv.-ɪn lʌv? noʊ.
Yes, that's right! I'm in love with Frank.
jɛs, ðæts raɪt! aɪm ɪn lʌv wɪð fræŋk.
I'm practically living with Frank.
aɪm ˈpræktəkli ˈlɪvɪŋ wɪð fræŋk.
Could you get our Christmas mailers out this week?
kʊd ju gɛt ˈaʊər ˈkrɪsməs ˈmeɪlɜrz aʊt ðɪs wik?
By Monday, I promise.I have this paper due Friday.
baɪ ˈmʌndi, aɪ ˈprɑməs.aɪ hæv ðɪs ˈpeɪpər du ˈfraɪdi.
What is going on?
wʌt ɪz ˈgoʊɪŋ ɑn?
Nothing at all.
ˈnʌθɪŋ æt ɔl.
You know, I am just going to stand here until you tell me.
ju noʊ, aɪ æm ʤʌst ˈgoʊɪŋ tu stænd hir ənˈtɪl ju tɛl mi.
All right.
ɔl raɪt.
Is it infidelity if you're involved with someone on e-mail?
ɪz ɪt ˌɪnfɪˈdɛlɪti ɪf jʊr ɪnˈvɑlvd wɪð ˈsʌmˌwʌn ɑn i meɪl?
Have you had sex?
hæv ju hæd sɛks?
No, I don't even know him.
noʊ, aɪ doʊnt ˈivɪn noʊ hɪm.
I mean cybersex.
aɪ min ˈsaɪbərˌsɛks.
Don't do it. The minute you do,they lose all respect for you.
doʊnt du ɪt. ðə ˈmɪnət ju du,ðeɪ luz ɔl rɪˈspɛkt fɔr ju.
It's not like that.
ɪts nɑt laɪk ðæt.
We just e-mail.It's really nothing.
wi ʤʌst i meɪl.ɪts ˈrɪli ˈnʌθɪŋ.
On top of which, I'm thinking of stopping because it's getting. . . .
ɑn tɑp ʌv wɪʧ, aɪm ˈθɪŋkɪŋ ʌv ˈstɑpɪŋ bɪˈkɔz ɪts ˈgɛtɪŋ. . . .
Out of hand?
aʊt ʌv hænd?
Confusing.
kənˈfjuzɪŋ.
But not.
bʌt nɑt.
Because it's nothing.
bɪˈkɔz ɪts ˈnʌθɪŋ.
Where did you meet him?
wɛr dɪd ju mit hɪm?
Listen, I can't even remember.
ˈlɪsən, aɪ kænt ˈivɪn rɪˈmɛmbər.
On my birthday, I wandered into the "over 30" room for a joke, sort of.
ɑn maɪ ˈbɜrθˌdeɪ, aɪ ˈwɑndɜrd ˈɪntu ði "ˈoʊvər 30" rum fɔr ə ʤoʊk, sɔrt ʌv.
And he was there.And we started chatting.
ænd hi wʌz ðeər.ænd wi ˈstɑrtəd ˈʧætɪŋ.
About what?
əˈbaʊt wʌt?
Books and music,how much we both love New York. . . .
bʊks ænd ˈmjuzɪk,haʊ mʌʧ wi boʊθ lʌv nu jɔrk. . . .
Harmless, harmless.
ˈhɑrmləs, ˈhɑrmləs.
Meaningless.
ˈminɪŋləs.
Bouquets of sharpened pencils.
boʊˈkeɪz ʌv ˈʃɑrpənd ˈpɛnsəlz.
Excuse me?
ɪkˈskjus mi?
Forget it.
fərˈgɛt ɪt.
We don't talk about anything personal,so I don't know his name. . .
wi doʊnt tɔk əˈbaʊt ˈɛniˌθɪŋ ˈpɜrsɪnɪl,soʊ aɪ doʊnt noʊ hɪz neɪm. . .
. . .or what he does or where he lives exactly. . .
. . .ɔr wʌt hi dʌz ɔr wɛr hi lɪvz ɪgˈzæktli. . .
. . .so it'll be easy for me to stop seeing him, because I'm not.
. . .soʊ ˈɪtəl bi ˈizi fɔr mi tu stɑp ˈsiɪŋ hɪm, bɪˈkɔz aɪm nɑt.
He could be the next person to walk into the store.
hi kʊd bi ðə nɛkst ˈpɜrsən tu wɔk ˈɪntu ðə stɔr.
I know.
aɪ noʊ.
He could be. . .
hi kʊd bi. . .
. . .George.
. . .ʤɔrʤ.
Morning.
ˈmɔrnɪŋ.
Are you online?
ɑr ju ˈɔnˌlaɪn?
As far as I'm concerned. . .
æz fɑr æz aɪm kənˈsɜrnd. . .
. . .the lnternet is just another wayof being rejected by a woman.
. . .ði ˈɪntərˌnɛt ɪz ʤʌst əˈnʌðər weɪ ʌv ˈbiɪŋ rɪˈʤɛktɪd baɪ ə ˈwʊmən.
Good morning, Birdie.
gʊd ˈmɔrnɪŋ, ˈbɜrdi.
What are you girls talking about?
wʌt ɑr ju gɜrlz ˈtɔkɪŋ əˈbaʊt?
Cybersex.
ˈsaɪbər sɛks.
I tried once, but I kept getting a busy signal.
aɪ traɪd wʌns, bʌt aɪ kɛpt ˈgɛtɪŋ ə ˈbɪzi ˈsɪgnəl.
I know.
aɪ noʊ.
I was really depressed one Saturday night about 9:00--
aɪ wʌz ˈrɪli dɪˈprɛst wʌn ˈsætɜrdi naɪt əˈbaʊt 9:00--
Time to open up!
taɪm tu ˈoʊpən ʌp!
Jessica and Maya, how are you today?
ˈʤɛsɪkə ænd ˈmaɪə, haʊ ɑr ju təˈdeɪ?
Want to say hi to Kathleen?-Hi, Kathleen.
wɑnt tu seɪ haɪ tu kæˈθlin?-haɪ, kæˈθlin.
May I help you?
meɪ aɪ hɛlp ju?

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