Mary: Morning! So what’s for breakfast today?
Markel: Well, do you need to leave with that coffee for breakfast.
Mary: Just coffee? That’s not good. I will make you the breakfast, come on. It’s all right, Mr. Betine. You can take it easy. I’ll make the breakfast, American style. Ok, I need sugar, milk, flour and eggs. For here the eggs and here’s the milk. Here is the sugar. Hey where is the flour? I must have flour.
Markel: Here it is, Mary.
Mary: Thank you. In the States we call this pancake. What do you think of it?
Markel: It’s… Incredible. Look Mary, I’m afraid there’s a problem. You see, some relatives are coming here. They’re staying for two weeks. So we need the extra room.
Mary: You mean I must stay at your room? That’s fine.
Markel: No, I don’t mean that Mary. I’m afraid, uh, you must .. go.
Mary: Oh I see. Oh well, all right. I’ve some friends in Nacles. I’ll go there.
Markel: Why don’t I take you go to the station, Mary? Byebye, Mary. See you in Washington maybe.
Mary: Yeah, maybe.