Where have you been?
I've been writing some new material for the reading.
Well, you were supposed to call me
after you spoke with Amanda Clarke.
What did you find out?
That she's a very angry girl with a sharp memory.
What exactly does she remember?
The truth about your relationship with her father.
She wants to pull on that thread
till it unravels everything, and if that were to happen...
I'll go down as one of the biggest frauds in literary history.
There are far worse fates.
I'm here to get your side of the story, Mrs. Grayson.
Do you have a response to David Clarke's allegations
that you two were lovers?
Here's my response to you, Mr. Treadwell--
If you print a word of that garbage,
I will sue you for slander.
I've been writing some new material for the reading.为读书会写些材料
write for为 ... 撰稿
He writes for the daily newspaper.
He started to write for the stage.
Well, you were supposed to call me after you spoke with Amanda Clarke.你和阿曼达·克拉克谈过后至少该给我打个电话
be supposed to应该
I'm supposed to be there at five.
You're not supposed to smoke in here.
speak with和 ... 谈话； 和 ... 商量
She rose from her seat to speak with us.
They wanted to speak with us for a few minutes.
What did you find out?你有什么发现
We must find out the truth of this incident.
I will sue you for slander.我会以诽谤罪起诉你
sue for因 ... 控告
He had the gall to sue for damages.
She struck me to sue for a divorce.