A : You met with that company owner yesterday. How did it go?
B : He was dressed like a kid. I almost mistook him for an intern.
A : A lot of bosses are quite young. You can’t tell what they do by looking at them.
B : Although I nearly mistook him for someone else, I was still very polite to him and the entire staff and never treated anyone unfairly. Otherwise, we’d be out of business.
A : 你昨天約了一個公司老闆談生意，談得如何？
B : 他穿得像小弟，我還以為他是工讀生。
A : 很多老闆都很年輕，從外表看不出來。
B : 雖然差一點認錯，不過我對他們公司的人都很客氣，沒有大小眼，不然生意也別做了。