What do mrs. pearson mean by and where’s it getting you in her second dialogue?

What do mrs. pearson mean by and where’s it getting you in her second dialogue? MRS PEARSON: MRS PEARSON : [severely] Possibly you CIO DUI wnat I doubt is whether your opinion's worth having. What do you know? Nothing. You spend too much time and good money at greyhound races and dirt tracks and ice shows... [sulkily] Well, what if I do? I've got to enjoy myself somehow, haven't I? I wouldn't mind so much if you were really enjoying yourself. But are you? And where's it getting you? [There is a sharp hurried knocking heard off left.] Might be for me. Cll see. bril hurries out !eJi. In a npoment he re-enters. closing the door 'hind him.] It's that silly old bag from next door—Mrs Fitzgerald. You don't want her here, do you? MRS PEARSON: [sharply] Certainly I do. Ask her in. And don't call her a silly old bag

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The phrase "where's it getting you?" means 'Atlast, where does it take you?, what is the final benefit of spending so much on greyhound races, dirt tracks and ice shows for you?"

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I refers to the author he turned away because he did not wanted to disturb them.
the two boys were meetng their sister who was admitted in the hospital
it means gto disturb or interfere
he refers to the nurse.
his curiosity to know more about the two boys and their plans made him know all about them.
here is your answer kushi
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