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  • Welcome to English at the Movies.

  • American Classics.

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

  • The 2011 movie New Year's Eve is set in New York City.

  • It tells the story of several characters and how they connect on New Year's Eve.

  • One male character is deciding if he should try to meet with the woman he had seen only once on New Year's Eve.

  • A year earlier, the woman had left a note at the time asking him to meet her again this New Year's Eve at the same place.

  • Listen for the words.

  • You don't mess with serendipity.

  • You're gonna meet her, aren't you?

  • She's not gonna be there.

  • You went out for a slice of pizza and you may have run into the one when you know what That ISS insanity is Not insanity.

  • Sarah indep ity.

  • You don't mess with serendipity.

  • What do you think you don't mess with?

  • Serendipity Means is it a except good luck and act on it or B.

  • Nothing should be left to chance.

  • Listen again, You may have run into the one when you know what?

  • That ISS insanity, insanity, Sarah indep ity.

  • You don't mess with serendipity.

  • The answer is a except good luck and act on it.

  • Serendipity is an unplanned, lucky discovery and a good way to start a new year.

  • And that's English at the movies.

  • I'm Dorothy Gundy.

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English @ the Movies: You Don't Mess with Serendipity

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