Who’s the cute girl?
We’re both in the same class. Her name is Rena.
Is she your girlfriend?
Come on, Mom. I’m too young to have a girlfriend. We’re just friends.
That’s fine. What do you talk to her about?
I haven’t really talked to her a lot yet. I get nervous when I talk to her.
Just relax and be yourself.
You know I’m shy, Mom.
So was your dad at first.
That’s hard to believe.
Oh, wow! Look at all the people.
Yeah, I wasn’t expecting it to be this crowded.
Well, it is opening day.
According to the website, we’ll have to wait at least 45 minutes for each ride.
But this line isn’t for the rides.
No. This long line is for the entrance tickets.
Do we both need to line up for them?
No. Wait in the café over there while I go buy them.
OK, thanks. I hate standing in line.
Oh, look. They are playing Beethoven’s 7th together with Mozart’s 40th on Sunday.
Do you want to go?
I’d like to. Would you care to join me?
Thanks, but I already have plans for Sunday. I’m going skiing.
Oh, are you driving?
Yes, I’ll rent a car. Do you drive, Mr. Smith?
Well, even though I have a driver’s license, I hardly ever drive.
I’m not such a good driver either. But with practice, you get better.
As with anything, right?
Hi, did you paint this picture?
Yes, I did.
I can tell by the smile in your eyes. This painting reflects your happy image.
You seem to know a lot about art. Are you an artist?
Yes, I paint watercolors mostly. Is your teacher here today?
Yes, that’s him over there. The man with the beard.
Ah, he looks like a nice gentleman.
He is. He can be a bit strict sometimes, though.
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Hey, Mom! Hurry! I’m waiting.
I’m tired out. You can ski as much as you like while I take a rest at that restaurant over there.
If anything happens, call me. OK?
Let me give you one more example.
Er… although your presentation is very interesting, and we want to hear more, your time’s up.
Please start wrapping it up.