Daily Life - I'm Sorry I Love You VII(0080)

A:  Thank god you showed up when you did! He's insane! Do you think we should call the police?
B:  Don't worry about it, I'll call my friend and have him take care of it. I can't believe he was stalking you all these years. What a nut job!
A:  I know! Well... he said I'm not pregnant. I'm sorry if I got you all worked up over nothing. I want you to know that I didn't do it on purpose...
B:  Don't apologize! From the moment I met you, not a day has gone by when I haven't thought of you. And now that I'm with you again, I'm... I'm just scared, Veronica. The closer I get to you, the worse it gets. The thought of not being with you, I mean, I just can't handle it! We were made for each other, Veronica. You are my everything, my soul mate. What can I do?
A:  Just hold me... I'll always be here for you, no matter what. And together, we can tackle whatever life throws at us. I believe in us, Veronica.
B:  I'm so happy to hear that! I knew we belong together. I love you so much.

Key Vocabulary

tackleverbdeal with something that is difficult
no matter whatphrasedespite of anything may happen
soul matecommon noun, singulara close friend who has a deep understanding of you
not a day goes byphrasephrase used to show you always do something
on purposephrasewith intention
get worked upphraseangry, excited, or upset about something
nut jobphrasecrazy person (informal)
stalkverbfollow and watch a person (usually dangerous)
show upphraseappear; come to a place
insaneAdjectivecrazy, not normal

Supplementary Vocabulary

stalkercommon noun, singulara person who follows someone for a long period of time in a way that is dangerous
perpetratorcommon noun, singularperson who commits a crime
threatenverbsay that you will do something to hurt or cause harm to a person
harassverbto annoy or bother someone many times
insanitycommon noun, non-variablesevere mental illness; the state of being crazy