+0
Hi guys,
can you please help me with one situation from Mr.Monk? Context:Captain Stottlemeyer and Lth Randy Disher are standing in one box gym where one bomb just went off. That bomb was meant for one very famous boxer who they're speaking with. Randy decided to make an impression on that boxer... Emotion: smile

Randy:
You know, I do a little boxing myself. Light middleweight.
Stottlemeyer: When did you box?
Randy: Remember the benefit(charity action, right?) for the police athlete league? Took sergeant mulroney in nine rounds. TKO. Left uppercut.
Stottlemeyer: Stan mulroney, he retired 12 years ago. We called him "pops." (means "father")
Randy: That's right. He was older than me. He was experienced. Wiley.(?????? What did he mean by that? He said it with an emphasis in voice....)
Stottlemeyer:He had a cane.
Randy: And he used it.(he used it against me, right? I bet that Randy is joking here...)
thanks guys
Best Regards
JCD
+0
Hi JCD
JCDentonRemember the benefit(charity action, right?) for the police athlete league?
Yes, presumably there was some sort of event held to raise money for the police athletic league.
JCDentonWiley.(??????
I presume the word used was "wily " -- which means cunning or tricky.
JCDentonAnd he used it.(he used it against me, right? I bet that Randy is joking here...)
Well, he might just mean that the old man used his cane to help him stand up and move around the boxing ring. Maybe he was suggesting that the use of the cane was an example of the old man's "wily tricks".
+0
Hi,
A few edits about articles.

can you please help me with a one situation from Mr.Monk? Context: Captain Stottlemeyer and Lth Randy Disher are standing in a one box gym where a one bomb just went off. That bomb was meant for a one very famous boxer who they're speaking with.

Just say 'one' when you want to tell me 'not two, not three, not four'. That's not what you are focused on telling me here. These are just indefinite references.

Clive
Teachers: We supply a list of EFL job vacancies
Comments  
Great, thanks Yankee! Emotion: smile
YankeeWiley.(??????) I presume the word used was "wily " -- which means cunning or tricky.

"Wiley" is what was written in the subtitles, but it didn't make any sense.Emotion: crying I was checking that video part maybe 10x and couldn't figure out what to put there. Thanks again Yankee..Emotion: smile Your word is obviously the right one.

Okay, Clive. Thanks for the correction.

Best Regards
Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?