I'm glad you changed your mind, Amanda.
Tell her you have and that she can have the journals.
You can have the journals.
Well, once I receive them, I'll sign the check.
Go for it. Make her squirm.
Actually, you don't need to do that.
Then what are we doing here, Amanda?
You said that my mother died in an institution.
This is the visitors log from the hospital where she was committed.
My aunt Charlotte signed in a few days before my father's arrest.
I assume you have a point.
My aunt was an invalid.
She couldn't walk, much less write.
I had my suspicions about who forged the signature,
but I never knew for sure until now.
What happened when you visited her?
This is pointless.
Either you show yourself out or I will have you escorted.
Go after her.
Why were you there, Victoria?
What did you do to her?
I'm glad you changed your mind, Amanda.很高兴你改主意了
change one's mind改变主意
She is constantly changing her mind.
She couldn't walk, much less write.她不能走路，更别提写字了
much less更不必说； 何况
I didn't even see him, much less speak to him.
She knows no English, much less German.
Either you show yourself out or I will have you escorted.要么你自行离开，不然我就请你出去了
either ... or不是 ... 就是 ...
Either you or he has made the mistake.
She is coming either today or tomorrow.