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Good evening, Alicia. How are you’? Fine. I’m glad to see you. Save your words. They’re not needed. You know why you’re here? Yes. The child is fine, but Gerardo is not. He’s not taking care of himself and the burning will make him worse. You can take care of the house, Cook, clean, wash the clothes Online Radio Australia I want you to know that I don’t want anything to do with you. It’s enough to have you under my roof. Got ii. There is your food. When you are done, do the dishes. OK. Good morning, Don Alfonso. Good morning. Dona Alicia and I are about to leave. OK, that’s fine. Dona Alicia wanted me to tell you to sweep the doorstep. OK, I will. Can you take care of the boy when he gets home at lunchtime? Of course, I’d love to. Thanks. Have a good day. Thanks. How did you sleep? Not very well. Can I get you anything? No. Open up that window. I’d better not. The dust will get in. No, it’s fine. There’s Online Radio Australia They’re not working nearby today. 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We can’t stay at home doing nothing. It’s better to come here and work. You can’t open the windows. Why’? Your dad isn’t in here. You can’t. Is today your birthday? How old are you? Don’t throw stones at the birds. When I was a kid, I used to do it too. I’d take my slingshot and take aim at them Online Radio Australia until I learnt Online Radio Australia and never did it again. Look how beautiful they are, up in the tree. Do you know what bird that is? No. It’s a blackbird. Do you know their song? No. Try n. That’s right. There you go! Isn’t it beautiful? Well? I taught your father, too Online Radio Australia how the birds sing. Can you hear it? Yes. Do you know which bird it is? No. It’s a bluebird. Their song goes like this Online Radio Australia Sounds beautiful, right’? Yes. And that one’? It’s an oriole. Do you know how they sing? No. Listen, how beautifully they sing. Three weeks and not a penny! Calm down! You have a fixed salary. Calm down! You get paid. I told you you’d be paid tomorrow. Not tomorrow! Really. Every week it’s the same thing! You get paid. You say you’ll pay today, then tomorrow, and you never pay! My colleague is right. We can’t talk like this Online Radio Australia But you will be paid tomorrow Online Radio Australia I swear, it’ll be there tomorrow.