Hi, can you help me?
Sure. Hey, you’re Arnold Sylyvester! I can’t believe it.
And what’s your name?
Roza. A beautiful name for a beautiful lady.
Thank you! So, what can I do for you, Mr. Sylvester?
Is this the train line for Shibuya?
Yes, it is. Actually, I’m going there myself, so just follow me. I’ll pay for your ticket.
No, that’s OK. How about going for a coffee later, Roza?
Sorry, but I can’t
Good morning, Roxy. Would you like a cup of tea?
No thanks, Grandpa. I have to leave soon.
You’re not going to have breakfast first?
I have to get ready for my classes. I didn’t finish my homework.
Oh, dear. You have to eat something.
I’ll go to a coffee shop later.
Why didn’t you finish your homework?
My new classes are hard.
That’s too bad. Let me know if I can help.
Hiroki! Long time no see.
Hi, Carolyn. I know. I haven’t been here in ages.
But you got a craving for my ramen again.
Exactly. Hey, what’s that in your hand?
Oh, it’s a burner. It’s for making the French onion soup.
That’s your most popular ramen, right?
Yes, it is. Would you like that today?
No, I’ll have something else for a change.
How about the spicy Thai ramen?
Sure. That sounds perfect.
Gary, I’ve been waiting for this film for so long!
Me too. Look at all the Desperate Rats fans. They’re all wearing Desperate Rats caps.
I wanted to get one too. I’ve been looking for them, but they’re always sold out.
I read good reviews about the film.
Don’t tell me anything, Gary.
OK. The popcorn smells good.
I’m dying for a cola and some popcorn!
金曜日の Say It In English!
What’s that piggy and?
Cute, isn’t it? I try to put aside 1,000 yen a week for a rainy day.
But I end up spending it all.
Why are you leaving? It’s only one o’clock.
The boss gave me the afternoon off to prepare for Helen’s goodbye party. You remember the party, right?
It starts at 6:00, so don’t be late, OK?