Casper, can I put this baseball away?
Wait, wait! Don’t touch it.
Why? What’s the big deal? It’s just another baseball. You have lots of them.
The baseball on the table was signed by Babe Ruth.
Really? How much do you think it’s worth?
That’s a good question. I think I’ll apply to that TV show that estimates the value of antiques.
Good idea. You know how much I love that show.
Eleanor, do you want to go to the Desperate Rats concert next Saturday? I have two tickets.
I wish I could, but I have a lot of things to do.
Oh, come on. Have you forgotten everything we read about work-life balance?
Normally, I would jump at the chance, but I’m just too busy at the moment.
What do you have to do?
I’ve got three reports to finish by next Monday.
Man, that’s rough.
Hiroki, sorry to interrupt your conversation.
Alana, hi. No problem. We were just talking about sports. What’s up?
There’s a man waiting for you at the entrance.
For me? Oh, no! I totally forgot. I have a meeting with a client today.
He looked kind of important. Maybe you should put on your jacket.
Right. This is bad. I can’t believe I forgot.
Hiroki, you need to wipe your mouth. There’s some chocolate on your lips.
Hey, Roxy. Look at what Mom bought for us.
Oh, my friend’s family has one of those too.
So, this is a robot vacuum cleaner. Can you tell me how to use it?
Can’t you read the instructions?
I hate reading those things. It’s easier if you tell me what to do.
OK, let’s see. First, you need to put in the batteries.
Like this? It’s not working.
Dad, you’ve put them in the wrong way around!
金曜日のSAY IT ENGLISH①
Nowadays, there aren’t so many restaurants for elderly people.
Well, Mago-no-manaita, a restaurant opposite my place, has a wide variety of dishes for elderly people.
I’m sure you’ll have a fantastic time.
金曜日のSAY IT ENGLISH②
There’s an angry guest at reception saying he wants to see the manager.
I don’t know how to handle him. Could you help?