• Hey! How're you doing?
  • Good, good. How are you?
  • Good. Come on in!
  • Oh no, it's okay.
  • I'm actually on my way out, eh?
  • on my way out
    on my way outは"about to leave"の意味。「出かけるところで」
    ここの"eh"は、「語りのeh」(narrative eh)と言われ、何かについて語る時の間投詞。"eh"の最もカナダ的用法の一つ。ここでは「~でね」というつなぎ文句。
  • I just wanted to give this back to you.
  • How did the cookies turn out?
  • turn out
    "how did … turn out?"は結果や出来具合についての尋ね方で、"turn out"は"come out (describing results)"の意味。「~の出来はどう?」
  • Fantastic. Thanks to your amazing cookie sheet.
  • Allison loved it so much she went out and bought the exact same thing.
  • Oh good. I'm glad.
  • Thanks for letting us borrow it.
  • No problem. Anytime.
  • This is for you. From our tree.
  • Wow, thanks.
  • It's nothing.
  • It's beautiful. I can't wait to eat it.
  • I hope you like it.
  • I'm sure I will. Thanks so much.
  • No problem. Bye.
  • Bye.

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