I ran in to get help.
When I returned, she was gone.
So you're saying that Ali's still alive?
Haven't you all felt it?
She was never really gone.
Have you seen her again?
Seen her? Not since that night.
Until she finds who she can trust--
She can trust us.
She knows that.
I wouldn't be so sure.
Why-- why didn't you just go to the police?
She doesn't want to be found.
Why are you telling us this now?
Because you need to leave Ravenswood.
You're being watched.
He's hoping you'll lead him to Alison.
I ran in to get help.我进去找人帮忙
He sent me on ahead to get help.
Can you last (out) until I can get help?
So you're saying that Ali's still alive?你是在说艾莉还活着吗
alive属于表语形容词，不能说very alive，只能说much alive或very much alive（后者比前者
the greatest poet alive和the greatest living poet表达方式均可，意思也相同，也可说the
greatest poet living，不过不常用，最好是说the greatest poet now living。
alive不能用very修饰,但可以说much alive或very much alive。用very much比用much普遍。
He's hoping you'll lead him to Alison.他希望你们带着他找到艾莉森
The Government's present course will only lead to disaster.
Too much work and too little rest often lead to illness.