I have to—she won’t give me the fifty cents …(1)
'Cause we don't have it (3)
To his wife only) Why not? (2)
Do you rememberthe first time you met me at school? … You came up to me and you said—and I thought you were the most serious little thing I had ever seen—you said:“Mr. Asagai—I want very much to talk withyou. About Africa. You see, Mr. Asagai, I am looking for my identity!” (1)
Son (She goes to him, bends down to him, talks to his bent head) Son ... Is it gone? Son, I gave you sixty-live hundred dollars. Is it gone? All of it? Beneatha's money too?(1)
(Not wanting to believe him) You mean . . . your sister's school money . . . you used that too ... Walter? . . . (3)
(Lifting his head slowly) Mama , . , I never . . . went to the bank at all ...(2)
Yessss! All of it ... It's all gone . . .(4)
This is an external conflict.The family is suffering financially.They don't also listen to each other and do whatever they want.
Beneatha is not sure about who she is so she asks for help from Asagai.
Walter disobeyed his mother and put all the money in for his goals not others.