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"Emma" Episode #1.1 (TV Episode 2009) Poster

(TV Mini-Series)

(2009)

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Mr. Knightley: [of Mr. Elton] That man is so full of himself it's a wonder he can stay on that horse.

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Mr. Knightley: [about Mr. Elton] That man is so full of himself, I'm surprised that he can stay on that horse.

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Emma: I'm going to ask Mr. Knightley to teach me Chinese. Do you think Jane could read Chinese?

Miss Bates: Oh, I'm sure, I'm sure she could. I thought it was backwards. I'm sure Jane is equal to anything.

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Emma: But I would have thought that now you have been exposed to some very good specimens of well-bred, well-educated men at Hartfield, you would be struck by how unfavourable a companion your Robert Martin presents.

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Emma: Let's cheer ourselves up. Let us think of superior men. There are plenty of more suitable suitors around.

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Harriet Smith: Oh Miss Woodhouse, what shall I do? How should I ever behave towards him?

Emma: Oh, do not worry, Harriet. I will be your guide. You will be married by the New Year!

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Mr. Knightley: That man is so full of himself, I'm surprised he can stay on that horse.

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Mr. Knightley: I even thought of you. I thought, "Even Emma will think that this is a good match."

Emma: I cannot believe that you know so little of Emma as to say such a thing!

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Mr. Knightley: It is better to be without wits than apply them as you do, Emma.

Emma: There! Don't you see how you add force to my argument: men don't like girls who argue.

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