Hello, Yuki? I need some help.
Todd, what happened? Where are you?
Well, I’m in a snow field. I drove off the road because of the slippery ice.
I told you not to drive without snow tires. Now you know why!
I know, but I didn’t have time to change my tires.
But you didn’t save any time in the long run, did you?
That’s true. Anyway, can you please come and rescue me?
I’m hungry. Oh, we have leftover paella. It always tastes better the next day.
Just pop it into the microwave, Roxy, and it’ll be nice and hot.
OK. Dad! Look at the sparks in the oven!
What are you doing, Roxy? You know you can’t put metal things in a microwave.
Sorry. I didn’t think the pan was metal.
Here, put the food in this bowl and cover it with wrap.
Yosuke, look. Your Uncle Taro has brought you a late New Year’s money gift.
Huh? Only 1,000 yen?
Yosuke! Don’t be so rude. Apologize to him right now.
I’m sorry, Uncle Taro. Thank you for the present.
That’s better. There is an old saying: “Don’t look a gift horse in the mouth.”
What does that mean, Mom?
It means, when someone gives you a present, don’t complain about it or be ungrateful.
OK. I got it.
Oh, you won, Tom! I see why you’re the best player in this club.
It was a good game. Thank you for coming back to the shogi club, Masami.
Well, I wanted to keep playing shogi. Can I ask you a strange question, Tom?
Why do you never say you love me anymore? You used to!
I had a long talk with Sota. He said the shogi club was not a place for dating.
金曜日のSAY IT ENGLISH①
Mom! G… Good morning.
What are you doing? You’re not going into the forest, are you? I told you not to go there.
You can easily get lost. Some people have never returned.
金曜日のSAY IT ENGLISH②
I don’t like Cathy. We’re not friends anymore.
You are always arguing with someone. Why is that?
If you go on like this, you’ll end up having no friends at all.