Naomi, I was thinking we could go to Nagoya next weekend.
Well, Riko recommended the Hotel New Onishi. Their dinner menu is very popular.
Oh, let me check. Hmm. There’s one room left for that weekend. Should I book it?
That would be great.
I think breakfast is included.
Nagoya has coffee shops with good breakfasts. They’re called “morning sets.” How about doing that instead?
I’m fine with that.
So, this is the Tokyo office. It’s nice.
Thank you, Sheena. We’re happy to have you here with us.
Raj told me many good things about the employees in Tokyo.
He helped us so much during his stay here. He’s a real IT wizard.
I hope I can follow in his footsteps.
I was so happy with the presentation he made for me. Now, let me introduce you to the others.
Thank you, Jonas. You’re very kind.
Grandpa, I forgot to give you and Grandma my omiyage from Japan.
Omi … what?
Oh, it’s a Japanese word meaning presents or souvenirs from a trip. Here, this is for you.
Yes, Dad said you’re a big fan of whisky.
I used to be, but I’m not a big drinker anymore. For health reasons.
Well, you can share it with your friends. And this is green tea for Grandma.
She’s a big tea drinker, so she’ll like that.
Hi, Mom. I’m thirsty after running for an hour.
Renji, your leg is bleeding. Are you OK?
Oh, it’s just a small cut.
Let me wash it and put an adhesive bandage on it.
I can do it myself. I’m going out again.
Don’t you have a math test tomorrow? You should be studying for it.
It’s just a little test. I don’t need to study.
Yes, you do. That’s enough running for today. Math homework, now!
金曜日の Say It In English!
It’s a great apartment. Congratulations!
Here’s something for you.
Oh, you knew I’m a big fan of sake. I’m so happy you could come.
Let me introduce you to my friends.
Hey, you look sad.
Well, I had a little argument with my girlfriend. She said she wanted a cute little poppy for her birthday, so I bought her one.
But actually what she wanted was a puppy! Big mistake, wasn’t it?