Look, Tyler. This is the new page for my sister Carolyn’s business in Japan.
Wow, what does your sister do?
She runs a ramen shop in Tokyo.
Really? I love ramen. What kind?
You mean she doesn’t use any animal products?
I’ve heard of it, but it’s not exactly my cup of tea.
You mean your cup of ramen.
Right! Anyway, I’d like to go to Japan someday soon.
Jeannie, how are you getting along with Frankie?
Fine, I suppose. He’s kind and handsome.
You don’t sound so sure. Is there a problem?
Well, kind of. All the girls in town follow him around.
Really? Because he’s good-looking?
Yes, and it really bothers me.
Jeannie, you’re jealous!
Look at me. Look what you’ve done to me!
Is it my fault that you’re jealous?
Yes. You made him too attractive, Dr. stein.
Mr. Emori, how many times have you been to Toshogu?
Hmm, I think about five times. I forget. Many Japanese children come here on school trips. I did too.
What is Toshogu anyway?
It’s a sacred area built in memory of the shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu.
It’s a World Heritage Site too, isn’t it?
Yes, I think so. Cindy, please watch your step. These stones can be slippery after the rain.
Thanks for warning me. I almost slipped.
Here, take my hand.
Professor Peacock, you must know a lot about Stonehenge.
Well, I’m no expert, but I know some things.
What is Stonehenge exactly?
That’s a good question, Roxy. Nobody really knows. But it may have been an observatory.
How was it used?
Can you see that stone over there?
Yes. What is it?
It’s called the Heel Stone. People used that to mark the first sunrise of summer.
Wow, they knew about that?
Apparently, they did.
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It hurts a lot.
You’d better have your doctor take a look at it now.
I’ll look after your dog, so don’t worry. I’ll call a taxi for you.
I hate to say this, but it looks like your boyfriend is seeing somebody.
I was watching a news program, and I saw him walking arm in arm with a cute girl behind the reporter.