Karly：Then how can you say that you don’t understand art?
Jason：The paintings in my house are just decorations. I’m still not interested in visiting a museum to look at stuff that has no purpose.
Karly：I beg to differ. Art has a purpose – to communicate with people across time and culture.
Jason：Well, t doesn’t communicate anything to me. I can’t believe people actually make money from it.
Karly：It takes a great deal of time and skill to produce a work of art. Why wouldn’t people get paid for great quality and creativity?
Jason：I just think that resources that go into art could be used for better things. That money could help those who are starving or homeless.
Karly：But art can help those in need. Plenty of artists use their works to raise money for good causes and needy people.
Jason：That may be true. Either way, I already have plans to watch a DVD tonight.
Karly：Oh, which one?
Jason：I rented The Monuments Men. I heard it was really good.
Karly：That’s about a group of guys whose mission is to salvage art masterpieces during World War Ⅱ.
Karly：I hope you enjoy it!
beg to differ：恐怕難以苟同、恕難同意
take a great deal of：花費大量的、花去許多的
to go into = to be spent with（投入、花在、用在）
to make a living：賺錢謀生
beg the question：假設性的推斷、提出一個問題