字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Welcome to English at the movies where we teach you American English. Heard at the movies at the beginning of oceans. Eight. Debbie Ocean is in prison. She says she is sorry for her crime and promises not to do it again. Do you believe her? Listen for the phrase Hold down a job. Good afternoon. As you know, parole is a privilege. It's a mistake. Uh, but it happened. And if I were to be released, I would, um I would just want a simple life. I just want to hold down a job, make some friends. Yeah, pay my bills. So what do you think? Hold down a job? Means is it own a jewelry business or be a dependable worker? Listen again. Did you have the right answer? I would just want a simple life. I just want to hold down a job, make some friends. Yeah, pay my bills, hold down. A job means be a dependable worker. But in truth, Debbie Ocean has another idea to make money. She and her friends plan to steal a costly piece of jewelry at a very fancy party in New York City. And that's English at the movies.