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

  • Heard at the movies are saying today is handouts.

  • It is from the film.

  • Same kind of different as me, which tells about a husband and wife who helped.

  • Ah, homeless man.

  • Not everyone thinks it is a good idea.

  • Listen for the same handouts.

  • What's your name?

  • You don't need to know.

  • Well, I'd like to know your name.

  • You're defending some homeless.

  • You lost your mind.

  • They're looking for handouts that using their hands for work.

  • So what do you think?

  • Handouts means?

  • Is it wanting something for free or wanting?

  • Help.

  • Listen again.

  • Did you guess the right answer?

  • What's your name?

  • You don't need to know.

  • Well, I'd like to know your name.

  • You're defending some homeless.

  • You lost your mind.

  • They're looking for handouts that he using their hands for work.

  • Asking for a handout means wanting something for free.

  • Wanting a handout is not a good thing.

  • If the older man was judging the homeless man by saying he did not want to work In other words, he believed the homeless man wanted something for nothing.

  • And that is English at the movies.

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English @ the Movies: 'Hand-outs'

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/03
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