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  • Welcome to English at the Movies.

  • American Classics.

  • Where We teach You American English Heard at the movies.

  • Mhm.

  • The word Dido was used in the 1990 movie Ghost.

  • It tells the story of a woman named Molly whose boyfriend, Sam, was murdered.

  • His spirit or ghost stays behind to warn Molly of Danger with the help of Oda Mae, who was able to communicate with Sam's ghost.

  • Listen for the word.

  • Ditto Sam.

  • Okay, he's good.

  • Tell our lover he says He loves you.

  • Sam would never say that.

  • Didn't tell her.

  • Ditto.

  • Ditto.

  • Ditto.

  • What do you think ditto means is that this is working very well, or it is an agreement with someone's feelings or thoughts.

  • Sam's dead.

  • Okay, He's good.

  • Tell our lover he says he loves you.

  • Sam would never say that.

  • Didn't tell her.

  • Ditto, Ditto.

  • Ditto.

  • Ditto is an agreement with someone's feelings or thoughts.

  • It is a common way of saying I agree.

  • Molly would express her love for Sam by saying, I love you, and he would answer by saying Ditto.

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English @ the Movies: Ditto

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