I'd make a will and leave my share with you guys.
I done a bad thing. I done another bad thing.
I shouldn't of did that. George'll be mad.
In chapters 1-2, the scene I'm showing is when George and Lennie are talking about their future. George is explaining it while Lennie is getting excited about tending to the rabbits. This shows their hope for the future.
Picture our future
In chapters 3-4, the scene I'm showing is when they decide Candy will join them when they get their own place. This will help them gather the money quicker. Therefore it shows that the more people you work with, the quicker you can get things done.
In chapter 5, the scene I'm showing is when Lennie killed Curley's wife and the puppy. This kind of foreshadows that something bad will happen to Lennie in the future. Lennie is a danger, even if he isn't trying to be.
In chapter 6, the scene I'm showing is when George kills Lennie. Lennie has become a danger and George kills him painlessly so Curley doesn't torture him. The dream of their future dies with Lennie.