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  • Welcome to English at the Movies.

  • American Classics.

  • Where We Teach You American English.

  • Heard at the movies.

  • Now Voyager was released in 1942.

  • Charlotte Vale takes a long trip After recovering from mental health problems.

  • She meets and falls in love with Jerry, who is married Later.

  • By chance, she meets Jerry's daughter, Tina, who suffers from depression.

  • Charlotte treats Tina like her own child, and the girl's condition improves under her guidance.

  • But Jerry and Charlotte both know their relationship cannot continue.

  • Listen for the words, Don't let's ask for the moon Way could talk about your child.

  • Our child.

  • Yeah, thank you on.

  • Will you be happy?

  • Charlotte, Jerry, Don't let ask for the way.

  • Have Star.

  • What do you think?

  • Don't let's ask for the moon Means is it We cannot have everything we want in life or asking for the moon is not wise.

  • You be happy.

  • Charlotte Jerry, Don't let ask for the moon.

  • Wait, Theo.

  • Words don't let's ask for the moon mean we cannot have everything we want in life.

  • Charlotte tells Jerry that Tina is his gift to her and a way of being close to him.

  • And that's English at the movies.

  • I'm Dorothy Gundy.

Welcome to English at the Movies.

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English @ the Movies: Don't let's ask for the moon

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/30
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