LL: Oh my God! This place is a dump! You couldn't possibly live here!
LL: "Dump" as in "garbage dump." I mean that this place is far too dirty and poorly maintained for you to live in it.
LL: The paint is peeling off of the walls, the ceiling leaks, and the refrigerator looks 50 years old. I don't think I've ever seen such a dump.
LH: 你说的没错，这里墙上的油漆都剥落了，天花板在漏水，冰箱看起来又旧又脏。算了算了，我们还是走吧！别在这儿浪费时间，我可不想住在这种地方。 It's really a dump。
LL: Are there any other apartments that you were planning to go and see today?
LL: I don't know, Li Hua. This really isn't a very good area of the city. Maybe you should look at apartments somewhere else.
LH: 这个区域不好，我想也是，否则这里的公寓租金不会这么便宜！ 不过，要是到别处去找，那租金可能比我现在付的更高。
LL: That's possible. In that case, I think that maybe you should stay in your current apartment.
LL: Your apartment is a palace compared to this dump.
LL: That's a good idea.
LL: Hey, Li Hua, are those pictures from the party last weekend?
LL: Yeah, Sally's a real ham. She loves attention.
LH: She's a ham? Ham不是火腿吗？那是一种猪肉嘛！噢！你是说Sally像一只猪啊？
LL: (Laughing) No, I'm not saying she looks like a pig. Ham is slang for someone who loves attention. People who are hams especially love being videotaped or having their picture taken.
LL: If we videotape the party, I'm sure she would have played a starring role.
LL: I think Jane is a real ham. She'd do anything to attract people's attention.
LL: My parents' dog is a real ham, too. He won't leave you alone until you pet him and give him his fare share of attention.