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Learn English Conversation with Movies (Study a Real Movie) Part 1

teacher avatar Gabriel Wallace, Creator of 'Learning English Path'

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Lessons in This Class

11 Lessons (1h 49m)
    • 1. Introduction

      4:29
    • 2. Before We Begin

      11:14
    • 3. Opening Scene

      1:19
    • 4. Divorce

      17:06
    • 5. Flirting

      13:34
    • 6. Where is Everything?

      4:05
    • 7. The Inspector's Questions

      15:13
    • 8. Two Strangers Meet Again

      8:28
    • 9. The Funeral

      12:27
    • 10. Where's the Money? (1)

      8:10
    • 11. Where's the Money? (2)

      12:58
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About This Class

Imagine a course where you get all the most powerful skills for advanced English conversation - speaking, fluency, listening, pronunciation, vocabulary, idioms, and more...

Add the skill to understand hidden meanings in native speech.

Add a study of every conversation in one amazing movie.

Add more speaking exercises where you predict what will happen in the movie.

Then you have this special course: Learn English Conversation with Movies (Study a Real Movie).

Learn English Conversation with Movies is special not only because you get to watch a whole free moviewith the course and study the language in every conversation. Learn English Conversation with Movies is special not only because you get so many different hard skills in one comprehensive course.

Learn English Conversation with Movies is special because you learn how native English communication works on a deep level.

You learn not just how to have conversations where you say exactly what you mean. You also learn how to have conversations that involve hidden, non-literal meanings, such as: implications, similes, metaphors, jokes, sarcasm, allusion, hyperbole.

This is the difference between understanding a real native English conversation, and being lost in literal language without understanding the real meanings that native speakers understand in English conversation.

In Learn English Conversation with Movies, you get:

  • A 100% complete and free classic movie (Charade), in which we study every conversation

  • Scenes without subtitles as well as scenes with subtitles

  • In-depth study of the deeper meanings of each conversation

  • Lessons on vocabulary and expressions

  • Listening practice activities

  • Speaking activities - listen and repeat the characters, and respond to the characters in a conversation

  • Prediction activities

  • Much, much more!

You get a more detailed study of the real meanings behind English conversations than you will get in any other course. This is the course that shows you what native speakers really mean!

You get to listen to each conversation in the movie three times, and most lessons follow this structure:

  1. You are asked 1-2 focus questions that you must listen to the conversation for the answer for.

  2. You watch the scene all the way through with no subtitles. Answer the focus question(s).

  3. You learn the key vocabulary and expressions in the conversation.

  4. You watch all the way through with subtitles.

  5. You learn the deeper, non-literal meanings of the language used in the conversation.

  6. You watch the scene a third time (no subtitles), and this time you repeat the sentences during the pauses after they are spoken.

No course like this has been created before.

The movie you watch in this course is a classic - Charade. It is a thriller full of suspense, romance, excitement - and most importantly, fantastic dialogue.

The English conversations in this highly entertaining movie are loaded with meanings below the surface - implications, hints, humor, flirtation, allusion, metaphor, and more!

You learn all of that. You practice all of that.

And you get to learn and practice it by watching and analyzing this amazing movie, using real and authentic language.

Don't continue to be confused and stuck at understanding the language without the full native meaning.

So what do you have to lose? There is no risk. But there is so much to gain.

Jump in, watch a movie, and practice advanced English conversation.

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Gabriel Wallace

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I worked in China from 2012-2018 as an English Teacher, a Director of Studies, and as a Content Writer for EF Education First.

I have six Cambridge University Teacher Knowledge Test Certificates, and all of them are scored at the highest level (Band 4). I also have a 'Teaching English as a Foreign Language' Certificate.

I am the winner of several teaching and academic management awards, including:
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1. Introduction: conversation is probably the most important English language skill you can learn on your path to becoming a fluent English speaker. This is really where it all comes together. You've practiced your vocabulary, your grammar, you're listening and your fluency skills. It all comes down to this. Can you have a riel English conversation? I'm talking about advanced level conversation. Can you understand when someone is using an idiom or implying something or being sarcastic ? And can you do all of this yourself to? This is where riel communication happens, and I'm going to teach you how to do it. In my best course so far, we are going to watch a whole movie together from start to finish, and we are going to study the conversations in this movie, all of them to really understand what it is that's being communicated. You will learn new vocabulary, new expressions. You will practice your listening skills. You will even practice your speaking skills as I give you the chance to repeats what the characters in the movies say and respond accordingly in the conversation, as if you were part of the conversation yourself. You're also going to be given the chance to practice your pronunciation, your tone and emphasis. And if that were not enough, I even have clips with the subtitles of the movie in so you can practice your reading skills. But there's more than that. In this course, you are going to learn that there are deeper levels of communication in English conversations. Native speakers often hint at other meanings that are not obvious to none native speakers. These are what I call below the surface meanings mean and want. There's the language you hear. But then there's the meaning under the surface that isn't obvious unless you're a native English speaker or you are fluent in these English conversational skills, which you will learn in this course. I'm afraid it's very join me and we will watch a thrilling classic movie together, full of suspense, romance and excitement, spies and all that, and we will study all of the great conversations in this movie. I also provides you with P D EFs, full of vocabulary lists, expressions used and idioms from the movie. And every month I will be adding new quizzes to this course toe, make sure that you really understand the deeper levels of conversation that happened in this movie. I think this may be what we're looking for. There is literally no other course like this, Believe me. I was a teacher for many, many years and I looked okay. My name is Gabriel Wallace. I'm the creator of Learning English Path. And I created this course because it didn't exist. And because I want to help you on your path to becoming a better English conversationalists and a better communicator. Let's do this. Keep going. 2. Before We Begin: welcome and thank you for purchasing. Learn English conversation with movies. I think you will find that this will be the best investment that you make old year. You know, English conversation is probably the most important skill that you can learn when learning English. You can get all of the grammar, right? All of the vocabulary. You can nail those listening skills and even fluency. But what good is it if you can't have a riel meaningful conversation? Well, that's what I'm going to teach you in this course. I've been an English teacher for a long, long time, and I know that most English teachers Onley teach you the surface level English conversation without going too much into the deeper meanings under the surface. Let's have a look at what I mean. Okay, now, what do we have here? Except for bad drawings? Excuse the artwork, but these are two native English speakers talking. So we have one man and one woman, right? And you, as a nun, native English speaker, are listening to what they're saying. Right? So you've got the man saying something to the woman, and then the woman replying to the man and the language used here is what I call the surface structure language. Okay, now, as an example, let's just say the man is saying, Would you like to get a cup of coffee with me? And the woman is saying, No, thank you. I don't drink coffee now, If you're a non native speaker and you're listening to this conversation, you might just take it as it is, right? He's asking if she wants a cup of coffee and she's saying, No, thank you that she doesn't drink coffee, and that might be the only meaning that you understand from that. However, in English conversation, there is more than just the surface structure language happening. There's a deeper meaning going on here, and that here is what I call the deep structure meaning. Okay, so you've got the surface structure, language and the deep structure meaning, and he's asking, Do you want a cup of coffee? And the deep structure here actually is. Do you like me enough to have a date with me, or at least to spend some time talking with me, right? He's really saying, I find you attractive. I like you now. I'm not saying every time someone says, Do you want a cup of coffee that every time? That's what they mean. But I'm just go with this example, Okay? So sometimes he means that and the woman she says, No, thank you. Meaning? I'm not interested in you. Okay, again, This doesn't always mean that every time the surface structure language is about coffee, that they're actually talking about dates. But it can be. And you have to know what to look for. So this could very well be the deep structure. Meaning, Okay. And this is only an example. There's plenty of this that happens in English conversations, and I will just list a few here, so implication. Okay. When someone implies something by what they see say it can be a simile. A similarly is ah, none literal language. Right? So it's not surface structure. It's deep structure. Ah, metaphor. An illusion. Ah, joke. A joke isn't You're not supposed to take that literally. Right? So you have to know when people are joking. You have to know when people are being sarcastic. So sarcasm here. Right? Hyperbole. All right. There's lots and lots of examples of deep structure. Meaning Okay, these are just a few, and in this course I'm going to show you how to understand not just the surface structure, language, but how to really understand a native English conversations, deep structure, meaning In this course I'm going to teach you how to read between the lines and an English conversation so that you really understand what is being said. And you can use the same techniques that native speakers use so you can have fluent English conversations. And what better way to practice your English conversational skills than from a really movie ? I've included a movie that is jam packed with suspense, intrigue, mystery, romance and thrills. And I've pitched this movie Sherrod for four reasons. The 1st 1 is that you probably haven't seen it, okay, and because you haven't seen it, that means that you will continue watching the movie to find out what happens next. And so you will continue to learn English. See, it's an extra motivation for you to study, all right. The second reason is that there are a many fantastic English dialogues, English conversations realistic and full with vocabulary, idioms, expressions and especially deeper level meanings. Okay, the third reason is that It's a gripping movie. Okay, you really want to find out what happens next, because it's a fun and exciting movie, so I hope you enjoy it. And the fourth reason is that it's in the public domain, which means that I'm free to use it to teach with, and you are free to use it toe learn with. In this course, not only do you get to watch the whole movie scene by scene, but each scene has a whole English lesson attached to it, whether or not it has dialogue in it or not. If it doesn't have dialogue in it, then I will ask you other questions about the scene to get you talking and using English conversation, even when the characters air not and in the scenes with dialogue, I will first ask you a focus question before having you watched the scene all the way through with no subtitles. Okay, the focus question is designed to make you pay attention to the scene, and by the end of the scene you will be able to answer that question. And then I teach you some of the key vocabulary and expressions used by the characters in the conversation in the scene, and then you watch it again with subtitles this time. So you understand everything that is being said. On the surface level, there are no words or expressions that you still are confused about. Right. And you have a pdf document to go along with the scene that tells you the meaning off those stranger words and idioms. Okay? And then after you watch it the second time, I give you a lesson on the deep structure meanings, right? What is being said that is not being spoken right? What do the native speakers understand? That is maybe unknown to someone who isn't a fluent English speaker. So I teach you that. And then finally, you watch it the third time, and I pause at certain places so that you can have a chance to repeat what the characters are saying and understand the meaning of what you're saying on the deepest level possible. So in effect, you are really having a conversation in the movie yourself. And as I said, I'm also giving u p d efs with each scene with dialogue so that you understand the vocabulary, the idioms, the phrases in every conversation. Okay? And I'm including quizzes throughout the course to make sure you understand what I'm teaching you. And I'm going to be adding new quizzes every month, so this course continues to get bigger and better. I'm so excited for your taking this course. You know, I really believe that this could be the beginning of something very special for you. So let's make you Ah, great English conversationalist and a great communicator. Let's watch the opening scene action. 3. Opening Scene: Okay, This is the introduction to the movie, and I'm going to ask you a couple of questions as we watch. So what can you see? What can you see right now? Okay. And what do you think is going to happen? What happens to the man? And what do you think this movie will be about? 4. Divorce: Okay. Now, before we watch each scene, I'm going to be asking you what I call a focus question. Now, a focus question directs your focus on the scene so that you continue to watch the movie and pay attention. Okay, so this scenes focused question is what frightens the young lady. And be careful because it might not be the first thing that you think when watching the scene. You have to keep watching to see if you're correct. Okay. All right. Let's go. - Ola , Don't tell me you didn't know it was loaded. We can t do something constructive like start in Avelar. Show something. She when you start to eat like this something is the matter. Sylvia, I'm getting a divorce. What? From Charles? He's the only husband I have. I've tried to make it work. Really? I have What? What? I can't explain. It's just I'm too miserable to go on any longer like this. It is infuriating that your unhappiness does not, in fact, but I don't understand. Why do you want to divorce? Because I don't love him and he obviously doesn't love me. But that's no reason to get a divorce with a rich husband and this year's clothes. You won't find it difficult to make some new friends look at Iraq Enterprise to escape American provincial. But that doesn't mean I'm ready for French traditional. I love the whole idea of divorce, Sylvie. But if only Child had been honest with me, that's all I ask of anybody the simple truth. But with Charles, everything is secrecy and lies. He's hiding something from me. Sylvie. Something terrible and frightens me. Okay, Now, what was the answer to that? Focus question? What frightens the young lady? Was it the gun? No, not really. Right. It was that Charles. She thinks Charles is hiding something from her. Right? That frightens her. Okay, Now we're going to go over a few vocabulary words that you may not have known before. So the 1st 1 loaded she said, Don't tell me you didn't know it was loaded. So if you have a gun, if you have bullets in it, that means that the gun is loaded. Okay? Onley. In this case, it's a water gun. So the ammunition right is water instead of bullets, it's water. So again, it's it's a joke. All right. Avalanche do you know, avalanche. That is when a large amount of snow tumbles down a mountain. Right? So you get ah, massive landslide off snow crashing down a mountain. The third words divorce, divorce. This is to end the marriage because of some problem or because they don't love each other anymore. Okay. Divorce. Infuriating. This is when something makes someone's very angry, extremely angry. So it makes someone furious. It's infuriating and lows loath. Don't confuse this with love because it's the opposite. Loathed means hate. Now I want you to watch the scene again, this time with subtitles and note down any other words that you don't understand. Maybe there's a word you don't understand that I didn't just explain. And if so, I want you to look it up because I want you to really understand what everyone is saying on a literal level before we look at the deeper meaning. Okay. All right. Let's go. Oh, wow. Don't tell me you didn't know it was loaded. Go and do something constructive. Like stop, have social something. But we will. She, when you start to is like this. Something is Sylvie. I'm getting a divorce. What from Jones the only husband I I've tried to make it work I can't explain is just too miserable to go on any longer. It is infuriating that your happiness is not too fat. I don't understand. Why do you want a divorce? Because I don't love him and he obviously doesn't love me. That's no reason to get a divorce with a rich husband and this year's clothes. One. Find it difficult to make some new friends look at middle enterprise to escape provincial. But that doesn't mean I'm ready. French traditional. I know the whole idea. Divorce, Sufi. But if only Child's been honest, I will ask of anybody the simple truth. But with John, everything, secrecy and lies. He's hiding something from me. Something frightens me Now what we're going to do is we're going to look at some of the sentences, some of this statements or the questions of the things that were said, and we're going to look at how there's, Ah, a deeper meaning underneath the surface, meaning right. Remember we talked about that so there might be some implication or inference or something that is really being communicated that is not being said. Okay, now This is the time where we're going to look at that. Can you do something constructive? Like stop Yochelson. Okay, now here she says, Can't he do something constructive like start an avalanche or something? Now, does she really mean that? He needs to go start an avalanche? Probably not, right. She is really just telling a joke by exaggerating here. So this is an intentional exaggeration in order to get her point across. Okay, She wants to convey she wants to communicate how angry and flippant she is by what the boy has just done to her. So she just says, Can he do something constructive? And then she adds on the exaggeration, like, start an avalanche or something because that would be more constructive. And shooting me in the face when you start to is like this Something okay, here. She says when you start to eat like this, something is the matter. Now, this is not actually a question, right? It's not structured as a question. However, it is a prompt, right? She wants to lead the conversation. So that's Ah, the other lady explains what is the matter, right? She has made an observation that Ah her friend has been eating a lot, and so she makes the deduction from that that something is the matter. And so she wants to have a conversation about what is the matter with the other woman. So the question really is, Why doesn't she just ask her What's the matter? Well, because this would be very direct, and it would actually be a little bit presumption of her. It would be a little bit route to expect her friends to just answer what is the matter. So by saying, by making an observation and asking the question Maurin directly, right, without actually asking the question, It's a more polite way of asking the question, All right, so you can do this, too. If you're in a situation where you want to ask a personal question, right, because this is a personal question and you don't want to presume that's they will just answer the question. If you ask it point blank. If you just ask what's the matter, then you can do this. You can make an observation and kind of raise your eyebrows and start the conversation. In this indirect way, it's a very kind of, ah, fluent way of asking a question. Actually, an indirect question. Sylvie, I'm getting a divorce. What? From Jones. Okay, now this is an interesting one. So she says, Ah, one woman says she's getting a divorce and the other woman says from Charles. Now, of course, she knows that she means getting a divorce from Charles, But this is a way of, ah, really delaying delaying her response because she doesn't know what to say. So she just states the obvious right? She's kind of in disbelief, so that's the first thing that she can think of to say. And then the other woman, the one who's getting a divorce, she says he's the only husband I have, right? Which means yes, of course. So instead of saying something rude like, Yes, of course, she says he's the only husband I have. So it's kind of a joke, a jokey way of saying Yes, of course, without being rude. But if only child's been honest, don't ask of anybody. Okay? In the last one here, she says, All I ask is the simple truth. All I ask, Well, it's not actually all she asks, is it? She's probably asking a little more than that, but she wants to emphasize that that's the most important thing. So don't take this kind of statement literally. Okay? There are things that people say kind of Ah, off the cuff, right, Just without really thinking about it. And they don't really mean it literally. It's just something that they want to emphasize. Okay, Now I'm going to show you the scene one more time. And this time I'm going to pause after one of the women have said something. And I'd like you to repeat what they say in the tone that they say it. Don't worry about the accents. And if you're a man, of course, don't worry about getting the exact voice. Correct. I don't want you to do an impression. I want you to try your best to get the tone right. The emphasis right and more, most importantly, to understand the deeper meaning of what they're saying of what you're saying as you say it . Okay, that's very important to make the connections in your mind so that you're saying something and also thinking about what it means on a deeper level, as you say it. All right, Let's go, Ola Don't tell me it didn't know it was loaded. We can t do something constructive like start in Avelar. Show something. She when you start to eat like this, something is the matter. Sylvia, I'm getting a divorce. What? From Charles? He's the only husband I have. I've tried to make it work. Really, I am. But what I can't explain. It's just I'm too miserable to go on any longer like this. It is infuriating that your unhappiness does not, in fact, but I don't understand. Why do you want to divorce? Because I don't love him and he obviously doesn't love me. But that's no reason to get a divorce. With a rich husband and this year's clothes, you won't find it difficult to make some new friends. Look at MIT. I came to ties to escape American provincial, but that doesn't mean I'm ready for French traditional. I love the whole idea of divorce, Sylvie, but if only Child had been honest with me, that's all I ask of anybody, the simple truth. But with Charles, everything is secrecy and lies. He's hiding something from me. Sylvie, something terrible and frightens me 5. Flirting: Okay. Now, in this scene, your focus question is, is there only one Charles Lampert. Does he belong to you? Well, it's has Where'd you find him robbing a bank. He was throwing snowballs in Baron Rothschild. Oh, thank you. Do we know each other? Why do you think we're going to? I don't know. But I know because I already known off a lot of people. Until one of them dies, I couldn't possibly meet anyone else. Well, if anyone goes on the critical list, let me know. Quitter. Uh, You give up awfully easily, don't you? Yeah. Shall we let us make a walk? I've never seen a Rothschild before. This is never felt almost, Miss May. It's like you're blocking my view. Oh, which view would you prefer? The one you're blocking. It's my last chance. I'm flying back to Paris is after. What's your name? Peter. Joshua Minds. Regina Lab. Is there a Mr Lambert? Yes. Good for you know it isn't. I'm getting a divorce. Please, not on my account. Oh, no. I said I don't really love him. At least you're honest. Is there a Mrs Joshua? Yes, but we're divorced. Oh, that wasn't proposal. I'm just curious. Is your husband with you? No charges. Never with me. What do people call you? Pete? Mr. Joshua, I've enjoyed talking. You're angry? No. No, I'm not angry. I just have a lot of baggage to do. I'm going back to Paris. To what? Wasn't it Shakespeare? Who said when strangers do meet in far off lands, they should air long see each other again? Shakespeare never said that. How do you know? It's terrible. You just made it up. It sounds right. You're going to call me? You in the book trials is isn't anyone Charles Lampert? Lord? I hope so. Okay. Is there only one Charles Lampert? Yes. Or at least she hopes so. All right. Now the words there are only two this time. Uh, the 1st 1 is proposal. What is proposal? That is when you ask someone to marry you. Okay, so if you propose to someone, you're asking them to marry you. And the second word is Well, the second expression I should say is in the book now, in the book refers to the phone book back back in those days. Okay. There There was big phone book with everyone's name and number. And so he asks, Is Charles in the book or he asks, Are you in the book? And she says, Well, Charles is right. So that means you can find my number in the phone book if you look up my name or my husband's name. OK, now it's time for you to watch the move. The scene in subtitles Here we go. Does he belong to you? It has. Where'd you find him? Robbing a bank? He was snowboarding. Baron Ross. John. Thank you. Do we know a job? Why do you think we're going to? I don't know how, but I know because I already know a lot of people. Until one of them dies, I couldn't possibly meet anyone else. Well, if anyone goes on the critical list that we know quit it, huh? You give up off easily, don't you? Yes. Well, let us make a walk. I've never seen a Rothschild before. Never felt almost Miss May. Thank you. You're blocking my view. 00 Which view would you prefer when you're blocking? Since my last chance I'm flying back to Paris is What's your name? Peter. Joshua Minds, Regina Lab Is there a Mr Number? Yes. Good for you know it isn't. I'm getting a divorce. Please know my Oh, no. I don't really love him. At least you're honest. Isn't Mrs Joshua? Yes, but we're divorced. Oh, that was never pose. I'm just curious. Is your husband with you? No charges? Never With what do people call you? Pete? Mr. Joshua, I've been told. Wait. No, no, no. I just have a lot of planning to do. I go back to Paris. To what? Wasn't it Shakespeare? Who said When strangers do meet in far off lands, they should air long, see each other again? Shakespeare never said, Dad. How do you know? It's terrible. You just made it up. It sounds right. You're going to call me. You're in the book job. Is anyone Charles? Lord? I hope so. Okay. Now, when she says, Where did you find him robbing a bank? She doesn't actually think that he was robbing a bank again. Right with this little kid, she's exaggerating. OK, so it's a joke. And she wants to convey that the boy looks like he is causing trouble. And then he says he was throwing snowballs at Baron Rothschild. Now, Baron Rothschild is one of the richest people in the world. And he get He also is exaggerating here. Okay, he's telling a joke to return her joke. Do we know a job? Now? He asks, Do we know each other? And this is a common question. You can ask someone when you want to get to know them. Okay? Because really, he knows that they don't know each other, but he wants to talk with this lady, right? He probably finds her attractive. So he will ask her. Do we know each other? And then when she says he's expecting her to say no, I don't believe so. And then he's going to want to introduce himself and get to know her right. This is a common way of introducing yourself in English, but to his surprise, she doesn't just say no. She asks a question in return. Why do you think we're going to? So this is ah, flirtatious way off. Replying to him, right? It's unexpected, and she throws kind of another joke at him because I already know a lot of people. Until one of them dies, I couldn't possibly meet anyone else Well, if anyone goes on the critical list that we know quit it, huh? You give up off easily, don't you? And then she says, because I already know on awful lot of people. And until one of them dies, I couldn't possibly meet anyone else. Now, of course, this isn't true. But again, she's playing a game here. She's flirting with him, and she's doing this to grab his attention. And on a deeper level, she wants to communicate to him that she is a playful person and that she isn't an easy catch, right? She wants to communicate that she is well known, well liked and a busy woman. And she isn't going to be easy for him to catch as a romantic partner, right? That is the deep structure that is happening on this level. And if he can catch that and responds to it in a similar way, then he can tell her on a deeper level, also, that he, too, is a cash. And so what does he do? He says if anyone goes on the critical list, let me know. Now. The critical list is, ah, list of people who are dying or dead and that this is a joke. Of course. Right? He is saying to her, Well, OK, I'm not going to play your game and fight for you. Now. I'm not going to fight for you because I am also a catch. And I'm not going to. I'm not desperate for you. I'm not desperate for your attention. So I'm just going to walk away now, right? That is what's happening on the deeper level here. And she calls him a quitter and says that he gives up easily. Now if you are not paying attention to the deep structure of what is happening here than you might think, Well, what is he giving up on? I don't understand. But you see, they both know what they're really communicating with. Their really communicating is that Ah, he likes her and he wants to get to know her. And then when he starts walking away, she's she's really saying, Don't walk away, okay? I'm only playing. I still want to get to know you. So she calls him a quiz er in order to, uh, convince him to stay and keep talking with her, right? Is there a Mr name now? When he asks, Is there a Mr Lampert? What he's asking is are you married? Okay, so this is a more subtle, more slightly more indirect way of asking. Are you married or are you single, right? Is there a Mr Lampe Er? And when she says yes, he says good for you because he doesn't want to show his disappointment. And then, of course, she's quick to respond that she's getting a divorce because she doesn't want him to lose interest and walk away again. Okay, Now listen to this flirtatious dialogue again. And this time I'm going to pause it. And I want you again to repeat what the characters say in their tone. Ality. Here we go. Does he belong to you? Well, it's has Where'd you find him robbing a bank. He was throwing snowballs in Baron Rothschild. Oh, thank you. Do we know each other? Why do you think we're going to? I don't know. But I know because I already known off a lot of people. Until one of them dies, I couldn't possibly meet anyone else. Yeah, well, if anyone goes on the critical list, let me know. Quitter, huh? You give up awfully easily, don't you? Yes. All. We let us make a walk. I've never seen a Rothschild before. I never felt almost miss May. You're blocking my view. Oh, which view would you prefer? The one you're blocking. It's my last chance. I'm flying back to Paris. Is What's your name? Peter. Joshua Minds. Regina Lab. Is there a Mr Lambert? Yes. Good for you know it isn't. I'm getting a divorce. Please, not on my account. Oh, no. I said I don't really love him. At least you're honest. Is there a Mrs Joshua? Yes, but we're divorced. Oh, that wasn't proposal. I'm just curious. Is your husband with you? No charges. Never with me. What do people call you? Pete? Mr. Joshua, I've enjoyed talking. You're angry? No. No, I'm not angry. I just have a lot of baggage to do. I'm going back to Paris. To what? Wasn't it Shakespeare? Who said when strangers do meet in far off lands, they should air long. See each other again? Shakespeare never said that. How do you know? It's terrible. You just made it up. It sounds right. You're going to call me? You in the book trials is isn't anyone Charles Lampert? Lord, I hope so. 6. Where is Everything?: good bye, Sylvie. And thanks when you get your develops. Are you going back to America? Where? Don't you want me to stay? Yes, off course. But if you went back in the boat me a letter, you could have the stamps. I'll get you some here. Okay? Okay. Goodbye. What do you think she sees on a lean? What would you do if you came home and everything was gone? How would you feel and what would you do? Who do you think the man is? Yes, I'm Inspector. I drag up here of the parties through this year. Would you be so kind as to come with me, please? Right. Your positive. You love him now. Here she says, I'm very cold. And of course she does mean that she's physically cold and she wants to go somewhere else. But there's an underlying meaning here to that I want to point out. And that is that cold can also mean that someone is kind of emotionless in ah, heartless way, right? So if you're cold, it might means that you're not feeling a lot of warm emotions towards someone. So it's also a way of answering the inspectors question. Did you love him? And she says I'm very cold. This might mean also that she did not love him because she had a cold heart, right? Her, um, emotions were cold towards him. 7. The Inspector's Questions: Okay. The focus question for this scene is how many passports did her husband half We discovered your husband's body lying next to the tracks of the Paris Bordeaux Railroad lie. He was dressed only in his pajamas. Do you know if any reason why he might have wanted to leave Franz Leave? No. Your husband possessed the ticket of passage on the Marron. Gloppy. It's safe for Venezuela. This morning at seven. I'm very confused. He was American. Your husband. Swiss, Swiss, his profession. He didn't have one. He was a wealthy man. I suppose so. I don't know about how What if they would you say? I don't know. Where did he keep his money? I don't know. Beside yourself. Who is his nearest relative? I don't know, but absurd. Madam Gautama tips you. I know. I'm sorry. It is all right. I wish you wouldn't if it on Wednesday last, your husband sold the entire contents of the apartment at public auction. Everything the gallery paid him. 1,250,000 new francs in dollars 1/4 of a 1,000,000. The authorities in Baldo such this compartment on the train. This just it thoroughly they did not find $250,000. These few things are all that was found in the train compound. There was no other baggage. Your hospital must have been in a great hurry. One wallet containing 4000 francs. One agenda. His last notation was made yesterday. Thursday, 5 p.m. Job. Daddy shows easy. Why there? I don't know. Perhaps you met somebody. Obviously. One ticket of passage to South America. One let up stand but unsealed. Addressed to you. May I see it, please? My dear Regina, I hope you're enjoying your holiday measure of could be so lovely at this time of year. The days passed very slowly. And I hope to see you soon as always. Charles PS, your dentist called yesterday. Your appointment has been changed. No electricity. We took the liberty of calling a dentist. We thought perhaps we would learn something. Did you? Yes. Your appointment has been changed. One key to your apartment. One comb, one found in Ben. One brush. I want enough to about it. That is all. If you will sign this list, you may take the things with you. Is that all? May I leave now. One more question. Is this your husband's bus? Boat? Yes. And this I don't understand. And this on this. All right. How many passports did her husband have? It was four. Right. Okay, so some of the words profession, profession, this is just the job that her husband had, right? The career choice that he was in. Absurd. This is ridiculous. When something sounds so ridiculous, it's crazy. OK, it's absurd agenda agenda. So this is the schedule that's someone has or the plans that someone has notation. Notation just means a note that someone takes. So it's similar to when you take a note in English class for Hey, it's just a notation and finally took the liberty. All right, so if someone takes the liberty of doing something, it means they use their freedom to do something. Okay, They are free to call her dentist. And so they took the liberty of calling her dentist. Okay. Haven't try. Ah, watch it again with subtitles. And this time, try to understand what they're saying on a surface level. We discovered your husband's body lying next to the tracks of the baseball door. Railroad lie. He was dressed only in his pajamas. Do you know if any reason why he might have wanted to leave from leave? No. Your husband possessed the ticket of passage on the man in Wapping. It's safe for Venezuela. This morning at seven. I'm very confused. He was American. Your husband sweats Swiss, his profession. He didn't have one. He was a wealthy man. I suppose so. I don't know about how well they would you say? I don't know. Where did he keep his money? I don't know. Beside yourself. Who is his nearest trinity? I don't know, but upset got mad at you. I know. I'm sorry. It is. All right. I wish you wouldn't. Is it? On Wednesday last, your husband saw the attack of tents of the apartment at public auction. Everything the gallery paid him. 1,250,000 new francs in dollars. 1/4 of a 1,000,000. The authorities in Balto Sextus compartment on the tape. They just it thoroughly. They did not find $250,000. These two things are all that was found in the train compound. There was no other baggage. Your hospital have been in a great power one. What? It containing 4000 francs? One agenda. His last notation was made yesterday. Thursday, 5 p.m. Job. Daddy shows easy. Why they? I don't know. Perhaps you met somebody. Obviously want to get a message to South America. One letter stamped but unsealed, addressed to you. May I see it? My dear Regina And I hope you are enjoying your holiday measures. Could be so lovely this time of year. Days passed very slowly. And I hope to see you soon as always. Charles PS, your dentist called yesterday. Your appointment has been changed. No electricity. We took the liberty of Corning. Dentist. We thought perhaps we would learn something. Did you? Yes. Your appointment has been changed. One key to your apartment. Go One found in Ben. Do it. Want enough to father, that is all. If you will sign this list, you may take the things with you. I said Oh, leave now. One more question. Is this your husband's passport? Yes, on this. I understand. On this on this. Okay, so now you understand what they said On a surface level now you need to understand what they are saying on a deep level, and there are fewer sentences to look at here. So the 1st 1 were Look at is he says he was American. Your husband. Okay, so here he is, leading her. I want you to pay attention to the fact that this is a tag question, right? He doesn't ask. Was your husband American? Right. He says he was American. Your husband, right? So he wants to see how she reacts to the way he phrases it. Okay. And she says No, he was Swiss, right? So he's leading her to try to prompt her to say yes. He was American. Perhaps you met somebody obvious. All right, in this clip, he's he answers, obviously, because he wants to express that. He already knows that he knows that he that Charles would have met someone there, but he wanted Teoh have more information. So he expresses himself there. Okay, Now watch it. And I'm going to pause again after the sentences, and I want you to repeat them in the correct tone. Here we go. Way discovered your husband's body lying next to the tracks of the Paris Bordeaux Railroad lie. He was dressed only in his pajamas. Do you know if any reason why he might have wanted to leave France Leave? No. Your husband possessed the ticket of passage on the Marron. Gloppy. It's safe for Venezuela. This morning at seven. I'm very confused. He was American. Your husband? Swiss, Swiss, his profession. He didn't have one. He was a wealthy man. I suppose so. I don't know about how what they would you say? I don't know. Where did he keep his money? I don't know. Beside yourself. Who is his nearest relative? I don't know, but absurd. Madam Gautama tips you. I know. I'm sorry. It is all right. I wish you wouldn't if it on Wednesday last, your husband sold the entire contents of the apartment at public auction. Everything the gallery paid him. 1,250,000 new francs in dollars. 1/4 of a 1,000,000. The authorities in Baldo such this compartment on the train. This just it thoroughly. They did not find $250,000. These few things are all that was found in the train compound. There was no other baggage. Your hospital must have been in a great hurry. One wallet containing 4000 francs. One agenda. His last notation was made yesterday Thursday, 5 p.m. Job. Daddy shows easy. Why there? I don't know. Perhaps you met somebody. Obviously. One ticket of passage to South America. One let up stand but unsealed. Addressed to you. May I see it, please? My dear Regina, I hope you're enjoying your holiday measure of could be so lovely at this time of year. The days passed very slowly. And I hope to see you soon as always. Charles PS, your dentist called yesterday. Your appointment has been changed. No electricity. We took the liberty of calling a dentist. We thought perhaps we would learn something. Did you? Yes. Your appointment has been changed. One key to your apartment. One comb, one found in Ben, one with brush. I want enough to about it. That is all. If you will sign this list, you may take the things with you. Is that all? May I leave now? One more question. Is this your husband's bus Boat? Yes. And this I don't understand. And this on this 8. Two Strangers Meet Again: Okay. You're focused. Question is, where is he taking Regina? Oh, I telephone, But nobody answered. I know. Hello. I wanted to tell you how sorry I It seems there's anything I could do. Did you find out? It's in the afternoon papers. I'm Betty Sign. Thank you, Uh, fresh Lovell. But it doesn't ringing. I guess I know that. No electricity. Well, where did everything go? Child's doll Adoption. This is all I have left. I love this room, Charles. Ever really sort of things in it. I think I preferred this way. What do you going to do? Try and get my old job back at your rescue, I suppose. Do you want a simultaneous translator like Sylvie when she's English? Into French And I'm French into English. That's what I was doing before I married Charles. Police probably think I killed him. Instant divorce. You mean something like that? It's terrible. It ended this way. Tossed off a train like a sack of third class mail. Come on. You can't stay here. I don't know where to go. We'll find your hotel. Nothing too expensive. I'm not a lady of leisure anymore. You know something clean and mothers. And your Enough to your rest. Go so you can take a cabinet rate. Okay. Okay. Where is he taking Regina? He's taking her to a hotel. Right. Okay, Now, the first word is auction. So in auction is when you sell something to the highest bidder. Or, in other words, to someone who pays the most money for it. Someone who's willing to pay the most money for what you're selling the next word, simultaneous or simultaneous. This means to do something at the same time to do two things at the same time. You're doing something simultaneously. And the last word here is modest. So ah, person could be modest if they are humble. Right? But also, something else can be modest, Like the amount of something that you have this convey a modest amount if it is a small amount. Okay. All right. Oh, telephone. But nobody has. No, I wanted to tell you I'm sorry. See if there's anything I do. You find out it's in the afternoon papers. I'm very sorry. Thank you. Uh, pressure about that, didn't you? I know that no one interested. Well, where did everything go? Johnson dog reduction is all I have left. I love this room. Jobs really sort only things in it. I think I preferred this way. What are you going to do? Try and get my old job back atyou? Resco, I suppose. Doing what? I'm a simultaneous translate back silly when she's English, French mentioned. That's what I was doing before I married jobs. But he's probably think I killed him. Instant divorce. You mean something like that? It's terrible. Ended this way. Tossed off a train like a second class mail. How long you can stay here? Way to go find your hotel. Nothing too expensive. I'm not a lady of leisure anymore. You know something clean and mothers and your enough to your Resco. So you take a cap on it, right? Okay. Okay. Okay. The one thing will look at here is she says, I don't know where to go. Now, this means this is kind of a polite way of saying Are you going to take me somewhere? Are you going to pay for me? Right? Because she doesn't want to just be presumptuous and say, Can you please take me somewhere? After all, that's not very polite to someone who has come to see you. But she is wondering so she can hint at that, right? She can kind of prompt him to take her somewhere. And so she says, I don't know where to go. Way to go. Okay. Now I want you to repeat with the characters. Say, when I paused the video, Here we go. Oh, I telephone. But nobody answered. No. Hello. I wanted to tell you how sorry I see if there's anything I could do. Did you find out? It's in the afternoon papers. I'm Betty Sign. Thank you. I press Lovell, but it doesn't ringing. I guess I know that. No electricity. Well, where did everything go? Child's doll Adoption. This is all I have left. I love this room, Charles. Ever really sort of things in it. I think I preferred this way. What do you going to do? Try and get my old job back at your rescue, I suppose. Do you want a simultaneous translator like Sylvie when she's English into French and I'm French into English? That's what I was doing before I married Charles. Police probably think I killed him. Instant divorce. You mean something like that? It's terrible. It ended this way. Tossed off a train like a sack of third class mail. Come on. You can't stay here. I don't know where to go. We'll find your hotel. Nothing too expensive. I'm not a lady of leisure anymore. You know something clean and mother and your enough to arrest Go so that you can take a cabinet. Right? Okay, okay. 9. The Funeral: your focus. Question is how many people stand over Charles's body and a second focus question. Who is the letter from? All right, here we go. Not a very large turnout, is it? Didn't just have any friends. Don't ask me. I'm only the widow. If Charles had died in bed, we wouldn't even have him. At least he knows how to behave at funerals. Have you no idea who could have done it Until two days ago, The only thing I really knew about trials was his name. Now it seems I didn't even know that. He must have known Charles pretty well. How you down? He's allergic to him here, You know you Have you seen Riveter ? G Charlie? Mrs. Lampert, man. Miss Lambert, man. Charlie had no call it doing it that away. No surgery. - What next? Bill parked on Monday. Messi? Was it fun? The American Embassy. Okay, The two questions. How many people send over Charles's body? There are three. Right? And who is the letter from? That's right. The letter is from the American Embassy. Okay, Now let's take a look at some of the words used. Turnout turn out. Just means how many people came to the event in this case, the funeral. Don't ask me. Don't ask me Means I don't know. Don't look at me. I I have no idea. That's what it means. Allergic. Allergic means that you have an allergy to something or some kind of Ah, bad reaction to something. Okay. And bless you. This is a common phrase that people say after another person sneezes. Not a very large. Just If Charles died in bed, we wouldn't even have him. He still does have to be even funerals. I have no idea. I would have done it two days ago. The only thing I really know about Charles was his name. No, I didn't even know he wasn't just pretty. Well, he said energy. You know G Charlie Slabbert? I had no call it doing it that way. No summary. - What next? Me, Messi? Was it fun? All right, so he says Charles had no call to do it that way. That means that Charles had no right to do what he did. Okay, Of course. We don't know what he's talking about, really, at this point. But we do know that the man is upset with Charles about something, right? Okay. Time for you to watch and repeat after the pauses. Not a very large turnout, is it? Didn't just have any friends. Don't ask me. I'm only the widow. If Charles had died in bed, we wouldn't even have him. At least he knows how to behave at funerals. Have you no idea who could have done it Until two days ago? The only thing I really knew about trials was his name. Now it seems I didn't even know that. He must have known Charles pretty well. You down? He's allergic to him. You're you know, you I have seen Riveter G Charlie! Mrs. Lampert, man. Miss Lambert, man. Charlie had no call it doing it that away. No surgery. - What next? Bill parked on Madam Messi? Was it fun? The American Embassy 10. Where's the Money? (1): All right, You have to focus questions. What kind of sandwich does she have? And what does he regret having to tell her? All right, go. I know. Hello there. Anything wrong with, uh, Miss Thompkins isn't here. Oh, I'm sorry. My secretary must have gotten a lunch. You are Mrs Lambert. Mrs Childs. Lambert. Oh, yes. Please come in, Mrs Lampert. Scuse me for a moment, Mrs Lampert. Stubborn little devil. Dry cleaning wise. Things were all filed up. I had a good man. A really excellent man on the roof. Part two H Q s is to use the plan to here in the building to ease the gold outflow. Mr. Bartholomew, are you quite sure you know who I am? You're Charles Lampert's widow. Yes. I'm very sorry. Last time I sent out a tie, only the spot came back. Well, as they say. What? You sit down, Mrs. I've got something here. I've got a little ways deliver with chicken and little words. No, thank you. Mrs Lampert, Do you know what CIA is? I don't suppose it's an airline, Is it Central Intelligence Agency, CIA A. You mean spies and all that? Only we call them agents. You mean you? Someone has to do it, Mrs Lapin. It's just I didn't think people like you were supposed to have met or not an agent. I'm an administrator. A desk jockey trying to run a bureau of overworked men with under allocated funds. Congress seems to think that all a spy needs Yes, that all he needs is a code book, a cyanide pill. And he's in business. What's all this got to do with me? Mr. Bartholomew, your husband was wanted by the United States government. May have a sandwich, please. Chicken Oliver wished chicken to be more specific. Mrs. Lampert, your husband was wanted by this agency, so that was Yes. We have cost Knew him by his real name. Bus Charles bus. All right, Mrs Bus Ride like you. Toe. Look at this photograph here for a moment. Please tell us if you recognize. Oh, by the way, have you seen this one? Scott, Kathy and Ham Jr. Very sweet. All right, Mrs. She started calling me that lamp. It's the name on the marriage license. Would you look at that photograph and tell me if you recognize anyone, please? Just a moment have a good luck. It's jobs. Very good. Looks so young. When was this taken? 1944. Next place. Man was at the funeral yesterday. A tall man in a corduroy suit. Does the name text pent, hollow mean anything? You know? You know im Thank you. Next play. He was there to a little less hair, but it's the same one. Do you know here, Mrs Lampert? Leopold W. Gideon? No. The last one place. That's a face you don't forget. He was there to go. Be. I've never seen him before either. No, thank him. This driver. I'm very much afraid that you are on a great deal of danger. Why should I be in any danger? Your Charles boss's wife, now that he's dead, you're their only lead. Mr. Bartholomew, if you're trying to frighten me, you're doing a first rate job. Please do what we asked, Mrs Lambert. It's your only chance. Gladly. But I don't know what you want. You haven't told me. Yeah, I haven't. It's the money. Mrs Lamp. In the money of $250,000 Charles Boss received from the auction was three men wanted true. They wanted very badly. That's Childs is money, not? There's Oh, Mrs Bonded. I'd love to see you try and convince them of that. No, my. Then whose is it? His all day is hours. Charles. Boss stole $250,000 from the United States government. I'm afraid we want it back. I don't have it. That's impossible. Mrs Lampert. The only one who couldn't have it. Mr Bartholomew, if I had 1/4 of a $1,000,000 Believe me, I know it. Nevertheless, Mrs Lamp it. You've got it. You mean just lying around somewhere. All that cash or ah, certified Check a safe deposit. Key baggage claim. You look for Mr Lambert. I'm quite sure you'll find it. Look for it. Look, Justus. Hard as fast as you can. You may not have a great deal of time. Those three men know you've got the money. Just a Surely as we do, you won't be safe until the money is in our hands. That clear? Now, here's where you're to call me day or night. It's a direct line, both my office in my apartment. And please don't tell anyone about coming to see yesterday. It could prove fatal for them as well as yourself. As I said, Mrs Lamb, it I'm a ranger in a great deal of danger. I regret very much having to say this, but please remember what happened to your husband. Okay? The sandwich she has is chicken, right? And what does he regret having to tell her? Well, that she needs to remember what happened to her husband. I don't want happen to her husband got killed, right? So we'll talk about the way he says that in a minute. But the words so the words are under allocated. This means that the people he's talking about do not have enough be sources. Right? He's talking about under allocated resource is so they don't have enough for resource is funds funds. This means money. All right. And cyanide pill. This is a kind of pill that you that is poisonous. Okay, it's poison. And you you take it, you take the pill so you swallow it when you want to die. And so agents will usually have this kind of pill. Ah, in case they get into such a terrible situation that it would be better for them to kill themselves. rather than be tortured and give away some secret information. The next one is first rate. This is another way of saying first class. Okay, so it's the absolute best example of something. And the last word The last phrase. A great deal of something. So if you have a great deal of something, that means you have a lot of something. Okay, Have a watch with subtitles. 11. Where's the Money? (2): No. Hello? Uh, Mr Hopkins isn't here. Oh, sorry. My secretary must have gone lunch. You are Miss Lab. Mrs Jobs? Yes, please Excuse me. Stuff dry playing, right? I had a good man. Really? Actually. To h us to see. Here's the plant here in the building. He's the Gold Charles language. Very so. Last time I sent out a tie, only the spot came back. Well, that just like I got something here. I got a little chicken lower. No. Do you know what C I is? I don't suppose to add line. Is it Central Intelligence Agency? CIA spies? Only we call them agents. One has to do it. It's just I didn't think people like it was supposed to have met ministry. A desk job trying to run a bureau of overworked with under allocated bunch. Congress seems to think that all the spine Yes, the only needs is a coal bunker. Cyanide is your business. What's always got to do with me? You? Your husband was wanted by the United States. Sad trees, little waas. Be more specific. Wanted by this agency. Yes. We have chosen you anybody's real name. What? Charles plus like you photograph. Please tell us your right. Ignite. By the way, have you seen this one, Scott? Caffeine. Very sweet. That photograph and tell me one place. It's Charles was taken 18. 44. Next. When was the funeral? Yesterday. 1/4. It was made. Text home. You okay? Four. He was two. Let's head. It's the same one. Do you leave your getting last one way? That's a bet. You don't forget he was there too? No, boy. No, thank you. You want? I'm very much afraid that you are great. Do bigger Charles. Bosses work. He's dead. You're their only lead, Mr. But you're trying to frighten me. You do a first rate job way asked. Slander that your only chance. I don't know what you want. You haven't told me. What is the money, Mrs Money? $250,000. Charles Foster sheet from the auction. I truly wanted very badly. That's jazz. Is money trying? Then whose is it? Hours. I stole $250,000 from the United States government. I'm afraid we want it back. I don't. That's impossible, Mr $1,000,000 with me. I know it Nevertheless, Mr Lapid, you've got? You mean just lying? Wrong. Someone cash or certified? Check. Safe deposit. Key baggage claim. You look far. Quite sure. Look for but just as hard as fast as you care. We have a great deal of turn. Those three men know you got home just as surely as we do. You won't be safe until the money is in our hands, Claire. Now, here's where you call me day all night. This is direct line. My problem. Please don't tell anyone about coming with yesterday. Could prove fatal, but then as well as yourself, rager, in a great deal of danger. I regret very much. Chairman. Say this, But please remember what happened to you. Okay, so she says, Are you quite sure you know who I am? What it really means is what are you talking about? None of this is relevant to what I'm saying or to what I'm here for. Right? So this is a polite way of saying Let's speak about what I'm here to talk about, Not your suit. Okay. Before you watch it and repeat the sentences, he says you're in a great deal of danger. And please remember what happened to your husband. So again, this is a warning On a deep level, right on the surface. He could have just said you could get killed just like your husband did. But he didn't want to come right out and say you could be killed. He wanted to say it in. Ah, more indirect way. Right. So he says, please remember what happened to your husband. It's implied in that that she could get killed. All right, remember, Implication. Okay. Hello? Hello. Is there anything wrong? Uh, Mr Hopkins isn't here. Oh, I'm sorry. My secretary must have gotten a lunch. You are? Mrs Lambert. Mrs Childs Landing. Oh, yes. Please come in, Mrs Lambert. Excuse me for a moment, Mrs Lampert. Stubborn little devil. Dry cleaning wise. Things were all filed up. I had a good man. A really excellent man on the roof. Part two h Q s is to use the plan to here in the building to ease the gold outflow. Mr. Bartholomew, are you quite sure you know who I am? You're Charles Lampert's widow. Yes. I'm very sorry. Last time I sent out a tie, only the spot came back. Well, as they say, What you sit down, Mrs. I've got something here. I've got a little list living with chicken and little waste. No, thank you. This is Lamb, but do you know what CIA is? I don't suppose it's an airline, is it Central Intelligence Agency, CIA A. You mean spies And all that way, we call them agents. You mean you? Someone has to do it, Mrs Lapid. It's just I didn't think people like you were supposed to have met. Warm. Not an agent. I'm an administrator. A desk jockey trying to run a bureau of overworked men with under allocated funds. Congress seems to think that all a spy needs Yes, that all he needs is a code book, a cyanide pill. And he's in business. What's all this got to do with me? Mr. Bartholomew, your husband was wanted by the United States government. May have a sandwich, please. Chicken Oliver wished chicken to be more specific. Mrs. Lampert, your husband was wanted by this agency. That yes, we have cost knew him by his real name. Bus Charles bus. All right, Mrs Bus ride like you toe. Look at this photograph here for a moment. Please tell us if you recognize. Oh, by the way, have you seen this one? Scott, Kathy and Ham Jr. Very sweet. All right, Mrs. She started calling me that lamp. It's the name on the marriage license. Charles Boss's wife. Now that he's dead, you're their only lead. Mr. Bartholomew, if you're trying to frighten me, you're doing a first rate job. These do when we asked. Mrs Lambert, it's your only chance. Gladly. But I don't know what you want. You haven't told me. Okay, I haven't. It's the money, Mrs Lamp. In the money of $250,000 Charles Boss received from the auction. Was three men wanted to. They wanted very badly. That's Childs is money, not? There's Oh, Mrs Bomb, But I'd like to see you try and convince them of that. No, my Then whose is it? His old days. Hours? Oh, Charles. Boss stole $250,000 from the United States government. I'm afraid we want it back. I don't have it. That's impossible. Mrs Lampert, The only one who couldn't have it. Mr. Bartholomew, if I had 1/4 of a $1,000,000 believe me, I know it. Nevertheless, Mrs. Lamp it. You've got it. You mean just lying around somewhere. All that cash or ah, certified check. Safe deposit. Key baggage claim. You look for Mr Lambert. I'm quite sure you'll find it. Look for it. Look, Justus. Hard as fast as you can. You may not have a great deal of time. Please. Remember what happened to your husband.