# solution

Analyze the following statements from the video and explain whether they have (attempt to have, or fail to have) any legal significance:

1. Oscar: How much are you asking for the Celica? Weâ€™re friends. How about letting me have it for four thousand?
2. Vinny: I canâ€™t do it. Maybe fiveâ€¦
3. Oscar: Okay. Iâ€™ll take it. But you gotta let me pay you four thousand now and the other thousand in two weeks.
4. Maria: You want sixty-five hundred for it, right?
5. Maria: Iâ€™ll take it.
6. Oscar: I just bought it.
7. Maria: Iâ€™ll give you five thousand for it, on the condition that it will pass the smog test (assume that this negotiation is taking place in a State like California that requires any vehicle sold to pass a smog test).
8. Oscar: I said Iâ€™ll pay you five thousand.
9. Vinny: Is that a firm offer? Youâ€™re gonna give me the cash now?
10. Oscar: Yes. Iâ€™ll give you cash. Five thousand. Now.
11. Vinny: Okay. Deal.
12. Maria: Fifty-five hundred.
13. Vinny: You gonna match that offer?
14. Oscar: What do you mean, match that offer? I just bought the dang car for five thousand. I donâ€™t have to match any offer.
15. Vinny: Hey, I still had the keys in my hands. Thatâ€™s what counts. I give you the keys, then Iâ€™ve sold it to you.