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Welcome to English at the movies where we teach you American English.
Heard at the movies.
Today's expression.
Is there something off about them from keeping up with the Joneses?
The funny movie tells the story of two spies who moved into a new neighborhood.
Listen for the words.
There's something off about them.
Any spying on the neighbors?
All right, where the Joneses There's something off about him way.
Need evidence.
I just wanna make sure this is not paranoia.
So what do you think is the meaning of there's something off about them?
Is it They are from somewhere else.
For there is something wrong with them?
Listen again.
Did you have the right answer?
All right, where the Joneses There's something off about him way.
Need evidence.
I just wanna make sure this is not paranoia.
There's something off about them.
Means there is something wrong with them in the film.
The neighbors think something is different about the new arrivals, but they do not know what it is.
If something is off, it is not right or normal.
The neighbors are correct.
There is something off about the newcomers.
They are spies, and that is English at the movies.
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English @ the Movies: 'There's Something Off About Them'

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林宜悉 published on July 3, 2020
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