Mary: Morning! So what’s for breakfast today? Markel: Well, do you needleave with that coffee for breakfast. Mary: Just coffee? That’s not good.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,need sugar, milk, flour and eggs. For here the eggs and here’s the milk. Herethe sugar. Hey wherethe flour?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 meanmust stay at your room? That’s fine. Markel: No,do mean that Mary. I’m afraid, uh, you must .. go. Mary: Ohsee. Oh well, all right. I’ve some friends in Nacles. I’ll go there. Markel: Why dotake you gothe station, Mary? Byebye, Mary. See you in Washington maybe. Mary: Yeah, maybe. Markel: Bye!