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

  • Our expression today is I'm a mess from the film last Christmas.

  • So tell me about sleep exercise this'll Movie tells about a woman who has a serious medical condition.

  • She works in a store specializing in Christmas products when she meets a man and falls in love.

  • Listen for the saying, I'm a mess since you came back just like you don't care about anything.

  • Mess.

  • When I was go, it felt like I lost something special that I could sing before I had all these dreams.

  • What do you think I'm a mess?

  • Means is it I am having emotional problems or I am frightened.

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  • Did you have the right answer?

  • When I go, I felt like I lost something special.

  • I'm a mess means a.

  • I am having emotional problems.

  • They just expect me to be normal life.

  • There's no such thing as no just being a human being In the movie, the woman tells the man about her problems, a mess, convey, be emotional or a situation that is complex or difficult, like her medical condition.

  • Ah, mess also can be something physical, like when your house is very dirty and that's English at the movies, I'm an ball.

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English @ the Movies: I'm a mess

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/03
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