The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe


(Rain pattering on window)

Susan: Gas-tro-vas-cu-lar.

Come on, Peter Gas-tro-vas-cu-lar.

Peter: Is it Latin?

Susan: Yes.

Edmund: Is it Latin for worst game ever invented?

Lucy: We could play hide-and-seek.

Peter: But we're already having so much fun!

Lucy: Please, please, please.

Peter: One...two...three...four...

Edmund: (pushes Lucy): Get out! I was here first!

(Lucy finds wardrobe with Peter counting in the background).

Peter: Eight four, eighty five...

Scene: Lucy in Wardrobe/Narnia

Lucy: (Gasp)

(Looks behind and finds Narnia. Tumnus shows up)

Lucy and Tumnus: AAAUUUGGGGHHHHH!!!

Tumnus (slowly walking out as Lucy picks up packages): Uh, CH... gk, ch
(random noises)

Lucy: Were you hiding from me?

Tumnus: Huh, um, n..n.. no, I..I... I didn't want to scare you,

Lucy: If you don't mind my asking...what are you?

Tumnus: Why, I'm a faun! And you must be some beardless dwarf?

Lucy: I'm not a dwarf, I'm a girl! And actually I'm tallest in my
class.

Tumnus: But you're saying, you're a daughter of Eve?

Lucy: Well, my mum's name is Helen...

Tumnus: Yes, but you are, in fact, human.

Lucy: Of course.

Tumnus: What are you doing here?

Lucy: Well, I came in through the wardrobe in the spare room, and-

Tumnus: Spare Oom, is that in Narnia?

Lucy: Narnia? What's that?

Tumnus: My dear girl, you're in it! Everything from the lamp post, all
the way to castle Cair Paravel on the Eastern Sea, every stick and
stone, every icicle, is Narnia.

Lucy: This is an awfully big wardrobe.

Tumnus: I'm sorry, please allow me to introduce myself, my name is
Tumnus.

Lucy: Glad to meet you, Mr. Tumnus! (extends hand) I'm Lucy Pevensie.
Oh, you shake it!

Tumnus: Why?

Lucy: I-I don't know! People do it when they meet each other.

Tumnus: Lucy Pevensie, from the shining city of War Drobe in the far
land of Spare Oom, how would it be if you came and had tea with me?

Lucy: Oh! Well, thank you very much! But I probably should be getting
back...

Tumnus: Oh, come on! It's not every day I get to make a new friend! And
there's a... roaring fire! And toast and cakes! And maybe... we'll even break into the sardines.

Lucy: Well, maybe for just a little while... if you have... sardines.

Tumnus: Come along.

Scene: In Tumnus' house:

Lucy: Can I help you with that?

Tumnus: Why thank you!

(Lucy looks at picture)

Tumnus: Oh... That is my father.

Lucy: He had a nice face. You look just like him.

Tumnus: No, we’re not alike at all really.

Lucy: My father is fighting in the war.

Tumnus: My father went away to war too... but that was a very long time
ago... before this dreadful winter.

Lucy: Winter isn't all bad. There's ice skating and snow ball fights.
Oh! And Christmas!

Tumnus: We haven't had Christmas in a hundred years here.

Lucy: (shocked) No presents for a hundred years?

Tumnus: But, oh, you would have loved Narnia in spring! The Dryads and
the Fauns would dance all night... but we never got tired. And oh, the
music! Such music. Would you... like to hear some now?

Lucy: Yes please

Tumnus: (gets flute out) Now, are you familiar with the Narnia
lullabies?

Lucy: (shakes her head): No, I'm afraid I'm not

Tumnus: Good, because this probably won't sound anything like one.

Lucy: Oh, I must go.

Tumnus: It's too late for that now I'm such a bad faun.

Lucy: No. You're the nicest faun I've ever met.

Tumnus: Then I'm afraid you've had a very poor sampling.

Lucy: I'm sure you're very sorry, and you'll never do it again.

Tumnus: It's not something I have done, Lucy Pevensie. It's something
I'm doing.

Lucy: What are you doing?

Tumnus: I'm kidnapping you. It's the White Witch, the one that makes it always winter, and never Christmas. She told me that I If I ever was to
come across a son of Adam or a daughter of Eve, I am supposed to turn it over to her!

Lucy: But I thought you were my friend.

actually- faktycznie, rzeczywiście
beardless- bez brody, bez zarostu
come across- napotkać
dwarf- skrzat, karzeł, krasnolud
extend hand- wyciągać rękę
familiar with- zaznajominy z
gasp- łapać z trudem powietrze
(play) hide-and-seek- (bawić się) w chowanego
icicle- sopel lodu
introduce (oneself)- przedstawiać (się)
invent- wynaleźć
kidnap- porywać
lullaby- kołysanka
patter- stukać, bębnić
random- przypadkowy
roaring- buzujący
sampling- próba, pobieranie próbki
snow ball fight- wojna/ walka na śnieżki
turn sth over (to sb)- przekazać (coś komuś)
we’re not alike- jesteśmy od siebie różni; they’re much alike- są do siebie podobni


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