Can you be more specific?
You're referring to Mona.
Well, at least you agree.
I didn't say I agreed. But I made an educated guess.
So how can I help you?
Look, how do I say this without sounding rude?
- Try. - Mona's the devil.
And I would really, really appreciate it
if you didn't encourage them being together.
Sounds like you still have some unresolved issues with Mona.
If I started, we'd be here till Friday.
Well, let's start on Tuesday.
Sounds like you could really benefit from joining our group.
Oh, no, you don't understand. This isn't about me.
不 你不明白 这和我无关
Aria, it's a safe place.
It's a place where you can explore your anger.
I'm not angry!
I'm just concerned.
And this individual's history supports it.
Well, I don't discourage friendships.
If two students bond,
it's because they've found common ground.
Okay, well, thanks for hearing me out.
例句：I was not referring to her when I said so.当我那么说时,我并不是指她。
2.sound like 听起来像
例句：That sounds like an agelong story.这听起来像个久远的故事。
3.benefit from得益于； 从 ... 得到好处
例句：We benefit from daily exercises.我们得益于每天做操。