(403) 360-1869

I already know what you want! I'm helping Joni with his science project.

(403) 360-1869

I'd just like to find Rodger and talk to him. I cut glass. Every translation will be translated again. Historically, the Persian Gulf belongs to Iran. The pond has dried up. The other day he bought a wallet made of kangaroo leather for me. We are all eager for world peace. The batter has two balls and two strikes on him. Lorenzo lit the candles. His story turned out true.

(403) 360-1869

Instead of sending somebody on your behalf, you had better go and speak in person. She asked him where he lived.

(403) 360-1869

Will you explain it in plain English? We'd better roll now. I found Hwa's house all by myself. I think you're being a little too careful.

(403) 360-1869

We had lunch earlier than usual and went out at twelve thirty.

(403) 360-1869

Please wait outside of the house. We play on Sunday.

(403) 360-1869

Don't bother to deny it. You've never told Grace the truth, have you? Alexander went to the store to buy some apples. It is highly probable that the deletion of element C will still yield the same result.

(403) 360-1869

Please don't lie to me, Vic. Knudsen is quite a talker. Stacy talked about Murray for over three hours. The woman did not know that the Universe is really vast and she is but a small part of it. I told Stacy Joyce wanted to borrow his mandolin. The supervisor bought a really fast machine. "Is he coming?" "No, I think not." Nobody can do two things at once. It's over now, right? He studied at a foreign university.

(403) 360-1869

What's the big deal?! I think you should tell your parents that we're married. Mike has two friends who are women.

(403) 360-1869

She laughed in amusement. It took me three days to clean the room.

(403) 360-1869

Be yourself! We are home. I'm sorry I was rude before.

(403) 360-1869

Is he looking at me? I should ask, shouldn't I?

(403) 360-1869

It was terrible. I've got a terrific surprise for you. It was the most beautiful thing I'd ever seen. The weather is almost always hot. Esperanto adverbs are distinguished by the ending 'e'. I think I can really trust you. Don never really wanted to go to Boston. I have to shake hands with the President. I almost got hit by a car today.