Louise, you know the one, chopchop.
路易斯 就那个茶 快去拿吧
So young man, I hear you've been making
好了 小伙子 这两天我可是
something of a name for yourself these past two days.
Believe me that wasn't my intention.
I just wanted to deliver a letter.
From a dead man to a dead man I understand.
Yeah, well I didn't Know that when I set out.
A guy I met in Paris thought you might have
the address for Theo's widow.
Seems right the family should have the letter.
That's what my father reckons.
Your father sounds like a responsible man.
I have to look after the health of great artists.
It is a burden.
They are not peaceful souls.
the burden of sth
a burden on
a burden to sb
a duty, responsibility, etc. that causes worry, difficulty or hard work
to bear / carry / ease / reduce / share the burden
The main burden of caring for old people falls on the state.
the heavy tax burden on working people
to think sth or have an opinion about sth
I reckon (that) I'm going to get that job.
He'll be famous one day. What do you reckon (= do you agree) ?
intention of doing sth
intention to do sth
what you intend or plan to do; your aim
I have no intention of going to the wedding.
He has announced his intention to retire.
It was not my intention that she should suffer.