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  • Welcome to English at the movies where we teach you American English, heard at the movies.

  • Our expression today is you are having visions from the film Inferno.

  • It tells about a professor who is working to stop a virus from killing people.

  • But he lost his memory.

  • Listen for the saying you are having visions.

  • Why was someone shooting at you?

  • Everything is out of focus, Professor.

  • You are having visions, aren't you?

  • The people behind this would do anything to protect the truth.

  • You have no idea what they're capable of.

  • So what is the meaning?

  • You are having visions.

  • Is it?

  • You see very well for you.

  • See things that others do not see.

  • Listen again.

  • Did you have the right answer?

  • Why was someone shooting at you?

  • Everything is out of focus, Professor.

  • You are having visions, aren't you?

  • The saying you are having visions means you are seeing things that others do not A vision is something that you see like a picture in your mind.

  • Vision can be imagined and sometimes it appears to be really in the movie.

  • The professor is having visions seeing things that frighten him and that is English at the movies.

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English @ the Movies: 'You Are Having Visions'

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/03
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