So, Kevin, here you are again. What do you have to say for yourself?
I didn’t do anything wrong.
Is that right? So, punching another boy, pulling a girl’s hair, constantly using your cell phone in class, not doing your homework… Shall I go on?
I’m sorry. I promise to behave from now on.
Well, this is your final warning, Kevin. If you don’t change your attitude, there’ll be serious consequences.
Hi, Megu! Oh, what’s wrong? You look upset.
It’s nothing. I need to go take a shower.
Wait a minute. It’s obvious something has happened, so please tell me.
It’s our volleyball coach. She shouted at me, so I shouted back. Then she ordered me to go home.
Well, you know you should never argue with your coach like that.
I know, but I lost my temper.
You’d better apologize, or else you’ll regret it.
Wow, I’m really looking forward to hiking on Mount Takao on Sunday.
Me, too. I haven’t been there in years.
What’s Saturday’s weather forecast?
It said it would be sunny and get cloudy later. But I suggest bringing a rain jacket. The weather can change quickly up there.
OK. By the way, are there any good places to eat?
Not that many, but there are some very good soba restaurants.
Great! I love soba.
Wow! I wasn’t expecting so many people to be here today.
This place is famous for its delicious soba.
Yes, it’s the best I’ve ever had.
Yeah. It never comes out this good when I make it a home.
It must be the mountain air!
OK, let’s get going. Why don’t we split the bill equally?
Don’t worry. It’s on me.
I insist. Today, it’s my treat.
金曜日のSAY IT ENGLISH①
What’s up, Mom? You look angry.
I am. What are you doing? We are going out for dinner tonight, remember?
If you don’t get ready right now, we’ll go without you.
金曜日のSAY IT ENGLISH②
This is urgent. My fish doesn’t look well. What can I do?
Hey, calm down! You’d better check the fish for signs of disease.
I’ll send you the address of a website that might be helpful.