"If you don't want me, you only jus' got to say so."
"I want you to stay with me, Lennie."
"No, he ain't, but he's sure a hell of a good worker, Strong as a bull."
"He ain't much of a talker, is he?"
"What the hell you luaghin' at?"
"Make 'um stop, George."
"Get 'im, Lennie!"
In chapter 1, Lennie and George were introduced. They were traveling together to this ranch. George took care of Lennie and reminds him many things. George was annoyed at Lennie but he wanted him to stay.
I want to make friends
"Jus' set down"
"Well, I ain't giving you no trouble."
In chapter 2, They arrived at the bunkhouse and meet Curley which was the boss's son. Since Lennie was told not to talk, George got his back and said that good things about him such as a good worker and a strong human.
" I coulda sat in them big hotels, an' had pitchers took of me."
"We gonna have a little place."
In chapter 3, Lennie got in a trouble when he laughed at Curley which mad him mad. While they were fighting, George encouraged Lennie to fight back but he was panicing. George was confident that he would be able to win.
"You ain't gonna leave me, are ya, George? I know you ain't"
"No Lennie, It don't make no difference."
In chapter 4, All the people who were left out includes Lennie, Candy, Crook, and even Curley's Wife. They all gathered together and talked. They wanted to make friends since were lonely and it was very empty.
In chapter 5, Curley's wife treated Lennie as a friend who is trustworthy. Lennie and Curley's wife talked about many things such as their dreams and secrets which turned into a type of relationship between them.
In the Last Chapter, Lennie and George were talking about their dream place and how they've been together. This was also the part when George was gonna kill Lennie.