A: Did you hear? A typhoon is expected to sweep across the
Kanto area. They say it's going to be like none you've ever
B: No kidding! My apartment building is 15 years old. I hope it
B: You rat!
A: Well the typhoon really is expected to strike the area it's true.
But it is not going to be that powerful so they say.
B: Oh that's a relief. When I hear the word "typhoon" I think of
A: Have you experienced one?
A: ねえ、聞いた？ 台風が関東地方を通過して行くらしいんだよ。
B: ウソーッ！ 私んとこのアパート築１５年よ。 耐えられればいい
B: ああ、よかった。 台風って聞くと、竜巻が頭に浮かぶのよ。
Rachel and Lucy are in a lecture.
Rachel: Psst! What's the lecturer on about?
Lucy: Apparently he's talking about the interpretations of culture or
Rachel: How do you know? His voice is barely audible. I can't catch
a word he's saying!
Lucy: Oh no I can't make out what he's saying here I have notes
Rachel: You managed to get notes down? But his writing is so illegible!
Lucy: What can I say? I'm a genius!
Rachel: Yeah and so modest too!
Lucy: Here take a look at these notes.
Rachel: Thanks. ----- What's this? Is this part relevant too?
Lucy: I'm not sure. I just copied everything down without
understanding it so these notes aren't that reliable.
Rachel: No hey it's better than nothing thanks.
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