I’m home! Caspar?
Oh, Alexis! Sorry, I fell asleep.
You were taking a nap?
I was so tired from making videos of our cat.
Where is Umi anyway?
She’s in the kitchen, I think. Did you know she can talk?
What? Do you have proof?
I was going to film her so that people would believe me.
So, you didn’t film her.
No. She stopped talking when I turned on the camera.
Gary, I heard you snoring in the theater.
Was I snoring? I must have fallen asleep. The movie was too long.
It was so romantic and interesting. I can’t believe you slept through the most important scene!
Which scene did I miss?
Let’s go to a café and talk about it.
We’ve been sitting in a theater for two hours. I’d rather take a walk somewhere. The weather’s so nice.
All right, we can talk while we walk.
Ms. Stravinsky, I want to thank you again for that rich chocolate cake from Austria.
I’m happy you enjoyed it. By the way, have you ever been to Europe?
Really? You must go.
Absolutely. I’ve promised Amy we’ll go there one day.
Yes, she’ll love Europe. I can make a list of the best places to see.
Thank you. I’d appreciate that.
Jessica, I’m going to Asia next month. I’ll be in Japan for a few weeks.
Oh, I’ve never been to Japan. Where in Japan are you going?
Okinawa. I want to do some scuba diving near the so-called “Yonaguni ruins” again.
Do you really think they’re a man-made structure?
That’s what I want to confirm.
Well, I’m sure the trip will be a great success. I look forward to hearing all about it when you get back.
Thanks, Jessica. I’ll make sure to take lots of photos too.
金曜日の Say It In English!
Have you ever been to the Zo Zoo?
No. Never been there. I’m interested in going, but not with you!
Have you ever heard the saying, “There’s no use crying over spilt milk”?
Hi, it’s me. I’m drinking with Hanako near Shibuya Station. Can you come?
Hi. Sorry, but it’s been a hard day, and I’m too exhausted to go out.
I’ve already set my alarm clock so I can get up early to listen to Radio Eikaiwa. Say hello to Hanako. Bye!