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

  • Heard at the movies.

  • Today our expression is across the pond from the movie murder mystery.

  • This film is about unhappy American couple.

  • They tried to take a romantic vacation together to Europe.

  • Listen for the expression across the pond.

  • What brings you across the pond?

  • It's my honeymoon.

  • Where's your husband?

  • Nestle Days dead asleep there.

  • If you don't return to your seat, I'm gonna have to call jobs.

  • Hey.

  • Hey.

  • We've actually been married for 15 years, but we just have been very, very, very, very busy.

  • So what do you think the term across the pond means?

  • Is it over the ocean or to the front of the plane?

  • Listen again.

  • Did you have the right answer?

  • What brings you across the pond?

  • It's my honeymoon.

  • Where's your husband?

  • At best sleep days.

  • Dead asleep.

  • If you don't return to your seat, I'm gonna have to call cars.

  • Hey, we've actually been married for 15 years that we've just been very, very, very, very busy.

  • Across the pond means over the ocean in Europe.

  • The wife and husband are charmed at first by the people they meet.

  • But then their vacation takes an unexpected turn for the worse.

  • And that's English at the movies on Kelly Gene Kelly.

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English @ the Movies: 'Across the Pond'

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/03
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