Si ce n'est pas trop tard, je t'offre ce qui suit. Je n'ai pas toujours bien compris ce que tu voulais dire; donc j'ai improvisé.
Richard thinks that women's right to vote is useless, like he says at her wife that this fight is useless and not respectable.
Richard thinks that a woman's right to vote is useless. He has told his wife that the fight for women's voting rights is useless and unrespectable.
According to him, it's a disgrace to his mother and a bad example for his daughter.
As far as he's concerned, it's a disgrace for the mother of his children and a bad example for his daughter.
That shows he is past-due and things must to stay like they are.
This shows he's behind the times because he thinks things should stay as they are.
Richard comes fetch Kitty at the police station.
Richard comes to fetch Kitty at the police station.
In front of the police he contains his rage but next, il lui fait une crise, remembers her role of mother woman which is not to be a suffragette.
He creates a scene in front of the police station, reminding her of her duty as a mother and not as a suffragette.
However, Kitty expected it because it's the response of most men.
However, Kitty expected her husband to act like that because that's a man's usual response.