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That meaning of "C'mon" is shown at this link: Collins "come on" (3) "You say 'Come on' to someone when you think that what they are saying is silly or unreasonable." [In this case, it refers to what they are doing]. A "segue" is this usage Merriam-Webster "segue" (noun) "a transition made without pause or interruption" The usage of "though" is ...


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"C'mon" is "Come on" (not Come one). It's a fairly common casual part of speech, which means something like "Listen, and understand me" (I suppose it derives from "Come on towards my position"). A segue in a film is where the action moves from one scene to another without interruption. Its can be used when there is an abrupt change in topic. By saying "...


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