Daily English 1238 - Making Accusations

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Pierre:  What happened here?!

Marie:  It looks like somebody trashed your experiment.

Pierre:  It’s ruined, completely ruined.

Marie:  Who could have done this?  Why are you looking at me like that?

Pierre:  Very few people have access to this lab and even fewer know which of these experiments is mine.  Whoever did this knew how to do maximum damage.

Marie:  And you’re accusing me?  I helped you with that experiment.  I’d sooner ruin my own work than intentionally damage someone else’s, much less yours.  What would be my motive?

Pierre:  Maybe you gave me a little too much help and now my work is outshining yours.

Marie:  Your suspicions are completely unfounded.  I’ve never been jealous of any attention you’ve received. You’re totally off base.

Pierre:  Maybe you’re right.  I’m sorry.  I just can’t believe what’s happened.

Marie:  I’d be upset, too, but let’s not do any more finger-pointing.  We need more information before we accuse or exonerate anyone.  Let’s try to stay calm.

Pierre:  Yes, of course, you’re right.  Hey, what happened to your workspace?  It looks like it’s been tampered with.

Marie:  What?!  I’ll kill whoever did this!  I’ll kill them!

Script by Dr. Lucy Tse

Category: Daily Life

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