"Yeah, you forgot. You always forget, an' I got to talk you out of it ."
Le's go, George. Le's get outta here. It's mean here."
The setting takes place in a forest in chapter 1. George and Lennie fled into the woods because of what happened in Weed town. Lennie was telling George what to say to the boss. They were right next to the campfire talking about their future.
"I said s'pose George went into town tonight and you never heard of him no more."
The setting takes place at a barn. George and Lennie are trying to get a job but Lennie forgets what to do. Lennie messes up on what to do, not saying anything. George talks Lennie out of what happened. They were close to get not getting the job but they got the job.
The setting takes place in the cabin. Lennie was very sad and scared about how people treated him. He wanted to leave but not without George. George understood how people treated him but he didn't want to leave because of how Lennie was being treated. This was the only job they could have.
You hadda, George. I swear you hadda. Come one with me.
The setting takes place in Crook's barn. Because Crook is a colored man, he is isolated from the other workers, Therefore, he tries to let Lennie understand his feelings. Misunderstanding, Lennie takes it as if it was to actually happen and denies it, because he believes that George will never leave him.
"He won't do it"
The setting takes place in the barn. After Lennie accidentally kills Curley's wife, he runs away. As Slim asks George where he thinks Lennie is, he lies in order to keep Lennie safe for the time being.
He - would of went south. We came from north so he would of went south.
George finds Lennie in the brush they promised to meet each other if Lennie were to ever get in trouble. Rather than letting Curley find Lennie first and shoot him in the guts, George decides to instead. George feels horrible after what he's done, and Slim tries to comfort.