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nokaze
To making it count I was watching the movie, Titanic. And I saw a line which is TO MAKING IT COUNT after Jack said TO MAKE EACH DAY COUNT. I wanan know why they don't say TO MAKE IT COUNT? What is the difference between these two?
Sep 19, 2018 6:26 PM
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In this scene of the movie, it's a toast. People often drink "to" something. "To health!" "To the king!" "To your new job!" Jack has given a speech about the importance of making it (each day) count. Rose answers with a toast: "To making it count." Yes, I had to verify this by finding the scene in a script of the movie.
September 19, 2018
It's a mistake. Was it a sub-title?
September 19, 2018
nokaze
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