A：Jack is a bookworm.
B: What makes you think so?
A: He prefers to read rather than watch television. He never does physical exercise.
B: Don't get him wrong. He likes watching television, he likes sports and he has many interests, but he likes reading best.
A: He's the only all-rounder here in class, I think.
get sb. wrong
exp. To misunderstand one. （冤枉某人，误会某人）
e.g. Don't get me wrong, I appreciate everything your mother has done for us—but it's time for her to get her own place.
e.g. You've got him all wrong—I know he seems gruff, but he's a total sweetheart.
1. prefer to do sth. ：喜欢做某事
She might prefer to give him the cash and call it square.
Most Americans prefer to read fast-moving adventure stories we call "thrillers" .
2. rather than：而不是......
Chrysler should go into bankruptcy rather than approach the government for help.
He insisted on staying rather than go.
3.prefer to do something rather than do something：宁愿做.......而不愿做.......
e.g. I prefer to snack when I'm travelling rather than have a full meal.
e.g. I prefer to go to the movie theater rather than watch TV.
e.g. The young performer boasted himself to be an all-rounder.
do physical exercise：锻炼身体
have many interests：有很多兴趣