46 It must be difficult to let go of something so beautiful.

Должно быть трудно упустить что-то такое прекрасное.

Vocabulary 46


1PORTER: Is that everything, sir?
   2ED: Yes. Yes, that’s everything.
1PORT: I’ll meet you downstairs, sir.
   2ED: Thank you.
1MANAGER: Mr. Lewis.
   2ED: You don’t have any messages for me, do you?
1MAN: No, I’m afraid not, sir.
   2ED: I’ll need a car to the airport also.
1MAN: Of course. Darryl will take you wherever you need to go. Darryl, the limousine out front, please?
1DRIVER: Yes, sir.

   2ED: Thank you, Darryl. One last thing. If you could possibly… Return this to Fred’s for me, please.
1MAN: Yes, of course. May I, sir?
   2ED: Of course, please.
1MAN: It must be difficult to let go of something so beautiful. You know, Darryl also drove Miss Vivian home yesterday. I’ll take care of it.
   2ED: Thank you, Mr. Thompson.
1DR: Your plane is leaving as scheduled, sir, and you should be back in New York on time.
1KIT: You just can’t turn tricks forever. You gotta have a goal. Do you have a goal?
1GIRL: Well, I always wanted to be in the Ice Capades*. Help you, love?
   2ED: There you go. Thank you very much.
1KIT: So, you got a lot of stuff you gotta move in?
1GIRL: No, Carlos burned most of my stuff when I said I was moving out.
   2ED: Vivian! Vivian. Princess Vivian! Come down! Had to be the top floor, right?
1VIV: It’s the best.
   2ED: All right. I’m coming up. So what happened after he climbed up the tower and rescued her?
1VIV: She rescues him right back.
   2MAN: Welcome to Hollywood. What’s your dream? Everybody comes here. This is Hollywood, the land of dreams. Some dreams come true, some don’t. But keep on dreaming. This is Hollywood. Always time to dream, so keep on dreaming.

*Ice Capades, a well-known touring ice show.

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