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I’m sorry. You lost me.

Hi! We Started w/:

Uh, no. Sorry

 

Remember—There are many ways to say the same thing and today the variation (difference) is:

(忘れないでください―同じことを表現する言い回しには色々なバリエーションがあるということを。そこで、本日の表現はこちら)

Remember this is what you say when you do not underdstand.

I’m sorry. You lost me.

I’m sorry. You lost me.

I’m sorry. You lost me.

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A) So that is what to do at a steady red.

B) I’m sorry. You lost me.

A) Stop. Do not go until the light is green. If a green arrow is shown with the red light, you may go only in the direction of the arrow and only if the way is clear.

You may make a right turn at a steady red light after coming to a full stop and yielding the right-of-way to oncoming traffic and pedestrians. You may make a left turn at a steady red light when turning from a one-way road into another one-way road after coming to a full stop and yielding the right-of-way to oncoming traffic and pedestrians.

You may not make a turn at a red light if there is a NO TURN ON RED sign posted, or another sign, signal or pavement marking prohibits the turn. Also, turning on a red light is not allowed in New York City unless a sign is posted permitting it.

The driver of a school bus carrying pupils may not turn right on any red light.

B) I’m sorry. I’m still lost.

A) Uh oh! I’ll draw you some pictures.

B) Thank you!

http://www.dmv.ny.gov/dmanual/chapter04-manual.htm

I’m sorry. You lost me.

I’m sorry. You lost me.

I’m sorry. You lost me.

Have a good one! 

Sincerely,

Katie

 

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Video Monday: “I’m sorry! I was a million miles away.”

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Out loud; in your head; under your breath!

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“I’m sorry! I was a million miles away.”

“I’m sorry! I was a million miles away.”

“I’m sorry! I was a million miles away.”

“I’m sorry! I was a million miles away.” is said when you are thinking and do not hear someone talking to you. The person says your name two or three times, and sometimes loudly!

“I’m sorry! I was a million miles away.”

“I’m sorry! I was a million miles away.”

“I’m sorry! I was a million miles away.”

Have a good one!

 

Sincerely,

Katie

 

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Have a good one!

Sincerely,

Katie
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