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  • Welcome to English at the Movies.

  • American Classics.

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

  • 1967 Movie in the Heat of the Night tells about the racial conflict between two police officers.

  • Virgil Tibbs is from the large northern city, Philadelphia in Pennsylvania and a top crime investigator.

  • He helps Police Chief Bill Gillespie investigate a murder in his small southern town Sparta in Mississippi.

  • After the crime is solved, Gillespie walks with Tibbs as he boards a train home.

  • Listen for the words.

  • You take care, Virgil.

  • You take care, you hear?

  • Yeah.

  • What do you think you take care?

  • Means Is it a You will never see me again.

  • Or B Goodbye.

  • I wish you well, Virgil.

  • You take care, you hear?

  • Yeah.

  • The answer is B.

  • Take care is a way to say goodbye and wish someone well in the movie.

  • It is Gillespie's way of saying he has learned to respect Tibbs, and that's English at the movies.

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English @ the Movies: You Take Care

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/03/27
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