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Lesson 149 I've already finished all my exercise books
Sho: Hi, Mari. Can I talk to you now?
Mari: Sure. Actually, I was going to call you. You go first.
Sho: I was wondering if you still have any of the entrance exam exercise books you used in junior high school. If you do, can I borrow them?
Mari: Sure, but they're quite old.
Sho: Perfect! I need to solve problems from past exams. I've already finished all my exercise books.
Mari: They should be in a cardboard box in my room's closet. Use as many as you want.
Sho: Great, thanks!
Mari: Take care of yourself, Sho, not just for you, but for your family as well.
Sho: Of course!
Lesson 149 Summary
Sho said to Mari, "I was wondering if you still have any of the entrance exam exercise books you used in junior high school. If you do, can I borrow them?"
Mari said, "Sure, but they're quite old."
Lesson 150 This will be harder than any question in my entrance exams
Mari: OK, my turn. My art group will be having an exhibition.
Sho: Dad told me you were getting ready for a group exhibition. When is it?
Mari: It's on the third week of March. I'll send invitations to every family member, including Mom.
Sho: I think that's a good idea, because I'm sure everyone wants to see your work.
Mari: I want Mom and Grandma to meet at the exhibition.
Sho: Oh, boy. I don't know....
Mari: And... I'd like you to bring Grandma to the exhibition. You are her favorite.
Sho: This will be harder than any question in my entrance exams. But I'll make it happen. I promise.
Lesson 150 Summary
Mari told Sho her art group was having an exhibition.
She wanted to send invitations to every family member.
Sho said, "I think that's a good idea, because I'm sure everyone wants to see your work."
Lesson 151 Did you make it for Mom, too?
p>Sho: That smells good, Grandma! What are you making?
Yoko: A special family soup dish, just for you. It’s soup with seasonal vegetables. It’ll warm you up, and give you lots of energy.
Sho: Wow, thanks!
Yoko: Your grandfather taught me how to prepare it. I made it for Mari when she was studying for her exams.
Sho: Did you make it for Mom, too?
Sho: Oh, you couldn’t hear me? Shall I say it again?
Yoko: No, no, I heard you. Your question surprised me, that’s all. Your mother had a weak stomach, so I always made it for her. She loved it.
Lesson 151 Summary
Yoko prepared a special family soup dish to give Sho lots of energy.
Sho asked, "Did you make it for Mom, too?"
Yoko said, "S...sorry?"
Sho said, "Oh, you couldn't hear me? Shall I say it again?"
Lesson 152 What does this mean?
Sho: Grandma said she made her special soup for Mom every day. Maybe deep down, Mom and Grandma love each other. Maybe Mari's plan will work out!
Sho: Hi, Yota and Kanon. Why are you both up so early?
Yota: Come on, Kanon. You have to be able to tell Sho yourself.
Kanon: I wanted to give you this. Please use it.
Sho: Can I open it?
Sho: Wow, a scarf and gloves. Did you make these, Kanon? They look great! Thank you so much!
Kanon: See you, Sho.
Sho: Yota, what does this mean?
Yota: It means today is Valentine's Day, Sho.
Lesson 152 Summary
Sho was running as usual when he met Yota and Kanon.
Yota told Kanon, "You have to be able to tell Sho yourself."
Kanon gave Sho a scarf and gloves for Valentine's Day.
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