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38/43 years old
40/45 years old
about 14 years old
about 16 years old
about 17 years old
Yes! She said she'd take a taxi, but I said I'd be right
down... Oh, my gosh, she's still on the phone!
Why didn't she let us know?
said she wanted to surprise us.
You'd better get moving.
Can I ride down with you?
(closes his books and goes to the door).
(to TOM) What about your homework?
And your nails?
I'll do it later.
Hurry, dear. What are you waiting for?
Oh ... oh, sorry.
(goes to FRED, hands him the keys) Now drive careful.
(correcting DAD's English) Care-fu-lly.
(he goes to the window and watches
the children leave)
why didn't she let me know she was coming? She knows I like to have things ready.
If she let you know, you'd get all worked up about
cleaning ... Tom's hair...
But she should have
called. Suppose we'd been away?
In the middle of the week? With the kids in school and me at
work? Not likely!
the same, I wish I'd known.
(sits down to read his paper)
No communication... generation gap... only at the other end of the line. (meaning that there is a generation gap not only
between parents and children but also between parents and grandparents)
Source: English Teaching Forum - Author: Richard A. Via
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