Hi, For the context : A man Stephen (1) is having an argument with his wife Nicole (2) What I don't understand is like that and what I suggest is like that 1 : Lori's outta control. 2 : She's just upset. 1: She's more than upset. She's acting like a 12-year-old. 2 : What's going on between you two? 1 : She thinks I'm having an affair with Emily. 2 : (no reaction) 1 : I think I was hoping for a little more outrage. Je pensais que ça serait plus scandaleux que ça pour toi 2 : It's not an outrageous assumption. 1 : - It damn well is. 2 : - Stephen. 1 : I can't believe you would even think for one minute... 2 : No, I don't think that. I just meant that Lori... 1 : You're the psychologist. Isn't the first reaction usually the most telling? 2 : Let me finish. 1 : - Please. 2 : - I just meant that Lori has picked up on the dynamic you have with Emily. "ton enthousiasme (il est question d'enthousiasme quand il est au téléphone avec elle) à son contact" ou "ta relation avec Emily" mais ça prête à confusion 1 : She's my co-worker. 2 : It's a little more than that. Even I noticed it. 1 : - Stephen, I'm trying to make a point. I searched the web for a while but I didn't find anything interesting. I suggest "J'essaye de me faire une idée" 2 : - Which is? Sorry if this is too long and as always, thank you in advance !