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  • Welcome to English at the Movies.

  • American Classics.

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

  • The 2013 movie Life of a King is based on the story of Eugene Brown.

  • He learned to play the board game chest while in prison.

  • After his release, he seeks an honest life.

  • He sets an example for poor teenagers by comparing the game of chess to life decisions.

  • Brown is asked why he went to prison.

  • Listen for the words.

  • I took the fall.

  • I robbed a bank.

  • Yeah, the cops came and we all scattered.

  • Mhm when I took the phone booth, then I learned, What did you learn?

  • I learned the board your most.

  • What do you think I took the fall means?

  • Is it a I fell down suddenly, or B.

  • I was arrested for a crime while others involved went free.

  • I robbed a bank.

  • Tops came and we all scattered.

  • Mhm, Yeah, when I took the phone and then I learned, Where did you learn?

  • I learned the board.

  • The answer is B.

  • If someone takes the fall, they are usually the only one taking blame in wrongdoing, even though others are involved.

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English @ the Movies: I Took the Fall

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    林宜悉   posted on 2020/11/21
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