• Jan, Jan! Wait up!
  • Oh. Hey, Pete. What's up?
  • Listen. Awesome news.
  • Awesome
  • John's parents have a beach house and they're letting him use it this weekend.
  • He's having a bunch of people over.
  • a bunch of
    "a bunch"は"a lot"の意味。「大勢の」
  • I'm gonna stay at the house all weekend with John, and I just wanted to see if you'd like to come too.
  • Wow. That sounds cool.
  • Um... I'm going out to dinner tonight with my girlfriends, but maybe I could go over on Saturday, just for the day.
  • Cool. It's going to be so awesome.
  • The house is right by the beach.
  • Let me give you directions.
  • Well, I'm sort of in a rush right now.
  • sort of
    "sort of" は" a bit"の意味。「ちょっと」
  • Could I just call you Saturday morning and get the information?
  • Oh, sure. Yeah.
  • Yeah
  • Just call me Saturday then. I'll have my cell phone.
  • Try to get over early.
  • get over
    "get over"は"arrive"の意味。「~に来る/着く」
  • We're gonna have a big barbecue on the beach around lunchtime.
  • OK. That sounds cool.
  • Anyway, I gotta go. See you later.
  • gotta
    "gotta"は"got to"の意味。「~しなくてはいけない」
  • Yeah. See ya.
  • ya

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