“Wait!” the snowman said, gazing at the upside-down (颠倒的) world around him. “What am I looking at right now? Why are you hanging off the earth (挂在地上) like a bat (蝙蝠)?”
Anna walked over to the snowman. “All right,” she said. “Wait one second.” She turned his head around so he was right-side up.
“Oh, thank you!” he said.
“You’re welcome,” Anna said, smiling at the little snowman. He wasn’t so scary now that she’d gotten a chance to look at him properly (正确地).
“Now I’m perfect,” the snowman said.
“Well, almost,” Anna replied. She grabbed a carrot from Sven’s pack and pushed it into Olaf’s face to give him a nose. She pushed a little too forcefully (用力地), though, and the carrot went right through his head! “Oh, too hard!” Anna said. “I’m sorry! I— I was just …”
The snowman spun (突然转动) around. “Woo!” he exclaimed. “Head rush (头晕)!”
Anna bent (弯腰) down to him. “Are you okay?”
He beamed (面露喜色). Even though only a tiny point of the carrot was sticking out (伸出来) in front, he was happy. “Are you kidding me?” he asked. “I am wonderful! I’ve always wanted a nose.” He looked down, cross-eyed (斗鸡眼的), at his new feature (容貌). “So cute. It’s like a little baby unicorn (独角兽).”
With another shove (猛推), Anna pushed the carrot from the back of his head so the carrot nose was in the proper place.
“What? Hey! Whoa!” the snowman cried out. “I love it even more! All right, let’s start this thing over.” A smile spread across his face. “Hi, everyone! I’m Olaf (奥洛夫), and I like warm hugs.” He opened his twig (细枝) arms wide for a hug.
The name struck (使突然想到) Anna. “Olaf?” she asked. Anna thought for a moment. She remembered building a little snowman with Elsa when they were young. Elsa had given that snowman the same name.
Olaf gazed at Anna. “And you are?”
“I’m Anna,” she answered.
“And who is the funky-looking (看起来时髦的) donkey over there?” Olaf inquired (询问).
“That’s Sven,” Anna told him.
“Uh-huh,” Olaf said. “And who’s the reindeer?”
“Sven!” Anna said, laughing at Olaf’s mistake.
Confused, Olaf stared at both Sven and Kristoff, thinking they had the same name. “Oh, okay. Makes things easier for me,” he said.
Sven moved closer to the talking snowman and tried to take a bite of (咬一口) Olaf’s carrot nose.
“Aww,” Olaf said, laughing. “Look at him, trying to kiss my nose.” He smiled at (冲…微笑) the reindeer. “I like you, too!”
“Olaf, did Elsa build you?” Anna asked.
“Yeah, why?” the snowman replied.
“Do you know where she is?” Anna said, moving closer.
“Yeah, why?” Olaf said, innocently (无辜地) oblivious to (不知道) the line (方法) of questioning.
“Do you think you could show us the way (带路)?” Anna asked, full of hope.
“Yeah, why?” the snowman asked again.
Kristoff was busy examining (仔细看) one of Olaf’s twig arms, which had fallen off. “How does this work?”
The hand on the arm smacked (打巴掌) Kristoff across the face!
“Stop it, Sven!” Olaf said, calling Kristoff by the wrong name. “We need to focus here!” He turned to face Anna. “Why?”
“I’ll tell you why,” Kristoff said. “We need Elsa to bring back summer.”
“Summer?” Olaf said. “Oh, I don’t know why, but I’ve always loved the idea of summer and sun, and all things hot!”
Kristoff raised his eyebrows. “Really? I’m guessing you don’t have much experience with heat (高温).”
Olaf shook his head. “Nope, but sometimes I like to close my eyes and imagine what it’d be like when summer does come.”