[Quotes]Slumdog Millionaire: I’d Find You In The End.

Slumdog Millionaire is a 2008 British-Indian drama film about a Mumbai teen who grew up in the slums, who becomes a contestant on the Indian version of “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?” He is arrested under suspicion of cheating, and while being interrogated, events from his life history are shown which explain why he knows the answers.

The movie is a loose adaptation of the novel Q & A (2005) by Indian author Vikas Swarup. It was nominated for ten Academy Awards in 2009 and won eight—the most for any 2008 film—including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Adapted Screenplay.

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Today, let’s look at some of the wonderful quotes in Slumdog Millionaire: 💡

Latika: You want to do something for me?

Jamal: Anything.

Latika: Then forget me!

Jamal: I knew you’d be watching.

Latika: I thought we’d meet again only in death.

Jamal: This is our destiny.

Latika: Kiss me.

Jamal: Run away with me.

Latika: And live on what?

Jamal: Love…

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LATIKA: You came back for me.

JAMAL: Of course.

LATIKA: I thought you’d forgotten.

JAMAL: I’d never forget. Not for one moment. I knew I’d find you in the end. It’s our destiny.

PREM: Do the right thing in approximately three minutes, and you will be as famous as me. And as rich as me. Almost.

Police Inspector: Money and women. The reasons for make most mistakes in life. Looks like you’ve mixed up both.

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The line of head is strong, but the line of heart is weak. And most importantly, the line of life is short. The stars do not seem to be right.

You should take a good look at all sides of an issue before making a decision. Put something away in case of an emergency. New neighbors will bring good cheer. A small problem may occur at home base, but you will solve it quickly and correctly. Don’t offer smart advice unless you are really asked to comment.

 

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Time to learn some collocations and sentence structures:

Don’t offer smart advice unless you are really asked to comment.

    unless: means the same as “except if…”.

  • You can’t get a job unless you have experience.
  • Unless you call me to say you’re not coming, I’ll see you at the theatre

Please write down your own sentences by using this expression, and leave your comments down below. We are looking forward to your answers!

That’s all for today. Have a good day!

Peace…

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