Sure I can, George. Hide in the brush till you come.
Aw, leave me have it , George.
Give it here!
Why do you got to go get killed?You ain't so little as a mice. I didn't bounce you hard.
This the spot next to the river that is a safe place for Lennie and George. At this moment, George told Lennie if he is ever in trouble to come here and hide in the brush until George comes for him.
Oh! That's nice,oh, that's nice.
This is when Lennie never listens to George and gives in to his urges to touch soft things. Lennie has a problem with touching soft stuff that has caused them a lot of trouble and will ruin everything for them.
At this point, Lennie has killed the puppy that Slim has given him. He knows that if he does one more bad thing George won't let him tend the rabbits. He scared that George will find out, and give Lennie hell.
This is the scene where Curley's wife lets Lennie touch her soft hair. Curley's wife then tries to stop him but instead, he gets upset, grabs her. She starts screaming and scares Lennie. Lennie holds onto her so tight that he snapped her neck and killed her.
Look out, now, you'll mess it.
This is the moment when Candy found Curley's wife with a broken neck, dead in the barn. With no sign of Lennie, he believes that he had done it so he goes and shows George.
This part of the story is when Gorge went and found Lennie where he told him to go if he got into trouble. George and Lennie started talking about the dream. Lennie is carrying on and on about how he'll tend the rabbits. George then shoots Lennie in the back of the head.