Question: “You’ll soon stop being smart.
(i) Who says this?
(ii) Why does the speaker say it?
(iii) What according to the speaker will stop Gerrard from being smart?
Ans: (i) The intruder says these lines to Gerrard.
(ii) The intruder was a little confused as Gerrard did not show any sign of being afraid or worried. Irritated by this, he says the above lines, as if to warn him of the situation Gerrard was going to find himself in.
(iii) According to the speaker, if Gerrard would get to know of his plan of murdering him and impersonating as the latter, he would stop being smart, and begin to worry.