Frankie, I’m so excited about being here in Kyoto.
Me, too, Jeannie. It’s so different from our hometown.
Yes. Oh, it’s getting cloudy.
Let’s take an umbrella in case it rains.
Frankie, I have to tell you something.
Please, go ahead, Jeannie.
I… I was worried you wouldn’t come back to me.
There’s nothing to worry about. I will love you as long as I live.
Suppose we live forever… then what?
Then I’ll love you forever.
Renji, your last grade report was disappointing.
I know, Mom. I need to study harder.
That’s obvious, but you can’t do it by yourself.
What do you mean?
I’ve decided to get a home tutor for you.
I don’t need a tutor.
Whether you need one or not, she is coming here on Sunday.
A female tutor? I prefer a male.
I don’t care if you prefer a male. Aoi is coming.
That’s her name.
Shiho, I’m really enjoying living on this island.
Me, too, Doug. Life is much slower here. Nevertheless, it’s never boring.
The sun is much stronger here.
Right, you’ve got a nice suntan now.
I spent a lot of time outdoors at a volunteer event yesterday.
How was it?
Well, only a few people came. All the same, it was a successful event.
It’s wonderful that you’re contributing to the local community.
Bob, after I won that art prize, something happened.
I can’t create any good paintings. No matter what I do, I’m not satisfied with the result.
Sally, the problem is not with your paintings.
What’s the problem, then?
Your standards have changed. You expect more from yourself. That’s good news.
So, what should I do, Bob?
I suggest taking a break from painting for a you while. Then you can start afresh.
金曜日のSAY IT ENGLISH
I don’t care about money. I’m going to marry her. Love is everything, right?
Well, of course you can get married even if you have no money. But what are you going to live on?
Whether you like it or not, money is important.
I’ll be back in a couple of hours.
OK. Oh, and we’re running out of milk, so please get some on your way home.
And remember to carry some cash in case they don’t accept credit cards.