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  • Welcome to English at the Movies.

  • American Classics, Where We Teach You American English Heard at the Movies.

  • The 1933 movie The Invisible Man is based on a book by English writer H.

  • G.

  • Wells.

  • It tells the story of a scientist named Jack Griffin.

  • While studying a new drug, he discovers a chemical mixture that can make the user disappear.

  • But an unknown side effect is that it makes the person go insane.

  • After Griffin attacks a neighbor, ah, police officer, arrives to question him.

  • Listen for the words I'll show you.

  • You're crazy to know I am.

  • Aren't you?

  • All right, I'll show you there's a souvenir for you, then one for you.

  • I'll show you who I am and what I am.

  • What do you think I'll show you?

  • Means is it?

  • Leave me alone or I will prove that I have done nothing wrong.

  • You're crazy to know who I am.

  • Aren't you?

  • All right, I'll show you Theo.

  • Answer is B.

  • It means I will prove that I have done nothing wrong.

  • I'll show you is usually said in anger, but I'll show you can also mean I will help guide you.

  • The difference is in how this expression is spoken, and that's English at the movies.

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English @ the Movies: I'll show you!

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