What are you doing? -We are jumping.
I am watching them.
What can we do now? -You can swim. -We are swimming.
What is she doing? -She is drying her clothes. -I'm drying my clothes.
I'm waiting for the hero to save me.
If the hero doesn't come. What can you do? What are you going to do?
I can run. I'm running.
What are you doing? -I am watching television.
People always study. Students always study. Dizzy teaches.
Flowers grow. Whales swim. Baby swims, too.
People eat and have fun. They dance, too.
What's happening here? -Something strange is happening here.
Sally, are you ok? -Don't bother me, Dizzy. I'm sleeping.
Sally, you never sleep in the afternoon. -Dizzy, you clean the house.
Me? Sally, you always clean the house. -Dizzy, please. I'm sleeping. -Ok. -I'm so sleepy.
Something is wrong here.
You always clean.
I'm sleeping now.
I don't understand.
They are acting like I want them to.
Good students review their lessons every day but students don't review their lessons.
What do you do in the afternoon?
There are things that can't be explained...
What is going on? Why are they acting so strangely?
My students always come to class.
The Mayan figure is changing things.