Ms. Sato, I’m not sure about my research presentation tomorrow. I’m nervous.
Don’t be nervous. You’ll do fine.
I hope it won’t be boring.
What is the presentation about?
It’s about a historical person from the Edo period. His name is Kimpara Meizen, and he supervised the construction of large public works in our town.
It sounds interesting to me. I have no doubt that you will do a great job.
Thanks for your encouragement, Ms. Sato.
Oh, Jeff, don’t stop playing.
Thanks, Mom, but I have a problem. I scratched Dad’s new guitar with my pick. See?
Where? This? The chances are that your Dad won’t even notice such a tiny scratch.
I hope you’re right, Mom. Dad paid a lot of money for this.
It was going to get scratched anyway. You know the way your Dad plays.
That’s true. Anyway, I hope he doesn’t get mad.
Don’t worry, he won’t.
How’s that TV cabinet coming along, Koichi?
My hand is getting sore. It may take a little longer than we expected.
But the man at the furniture store said it would take no more than 20 minutes.
Sure, if you have the right kind of power tools. All I have is this tiny screwdriver.
There’s no hurry, of course, but you look thirsty. Shall I get you a glass of lemonade?
Darling, you’re an angel.
I’m looking forward to the Halloween party. I hope I can see a lot of unusual costumes there.
Wow, Sergei, you’ve really become a fan of Halloween!
We don’t have Halloween in my country, but I enjoy this tradition here every year.
Oh, no! I just got an email from the boss. I have to work overtime on the 31st.
What about the Halloween party?
It’s doubtful that I’ll be able to make it.
金曜日のSAY IT ENGLISH①
I’m so nervous about the speech contest.
Just relax. You’ve practiced hard for months. Your English is amazing.
I have no doubt that you will win.
金曜日のSAY IT ENGLISH②
Hi, it’s me. I might go for a drink with Greg on my way home.
So you don’t have to stay up and wait for me, OK?