Are we happy?

I'd say we are, son.

Then why do those people

have to come?

Wait until you meet them,

you'll like them.

We don't need to meet anyone else.

If mom was alive,

she'd never go with another man.

Make a wish.

If you want it to come true,

don't tell anyone.


What time is it?

Early. You can sleep a little more

if you want, OK?

You could have stayed longer.

Nobody's expecting you

so soon, Laura.

At home?

What's wrong with it?

Just no.

Come here...

- No.

- Come on...

- Are you OK?

- Yes.

I just can't be bothered

with being questioned,

having to explain...

But I really feel

like going back.


seeing my kids.



How pretty!

- Thanks. How are you?

- Good.

Joana, you should have handed

this in yesterday or the day before...

Daniel. It's me, Mario.

What did the gynecologist say?

Well, they still don't know

what's wrong with me,

what the problem is,

and they have to do more tests.

- And how's Daniel taking it?

- No, Daniel's great. Wonderful.

- Have you thought about adoption?

- I'd like to try again.

So tell me, Mario,

what can I do for you?

You never thought about me

all these years?

Well no, to tell the truth, no.

And about her?


- I don't have much time.

- Finding you wasn't easy.

What? What do you want?

Just to ask you a favor.

I need you to come home.

I just want you to see her.

Sorry, you want me to see who?

My daughter.

- Why do you want me to see her?

- I want you to talk to her.

About what?

What happened.

It was an accident, right? Tell her.

That's long over, Mario.

Clara is dead.


Why did you have to come?

Because I'm alone.

And you're the only person

I can talk to about it.

Listen to me, Mario, if...

if you really want help,

what you need is to talk to a doctor.

- No, Daniel, please...

- No, listen, listen to me...

only a doctor can help you.

Now I have to go,

I've got a class.

But I wish you all the luck.

You have to meet her,

then you'll understand.

OK, see you later. See you!

Who was that?

Last time I saw him we were kids.

I don't know how he found me.

What did he want?

I don't know.

But he's a bit of a mental case.

- See you later.

- OK.

Robert, Albert, the same two

always looking out the window!

- Come on, let's go!

- Wait!

Daniel, we're finished.

What do we do now?

I'm thinking about it.

What are you doing here?

Nothing, thinking.

Good things?

What were you thinking?


today a boy offered to be my son...


Yes, he wanted to come

home with me.

I asked him what...

his parents would think and he said

they'd be better off without him.

Well maybe he's right.

It was so nice because

he squeezed my hand hard...

I don't know... it was like

he was adopting me.

- Let's go to the bedroom?

- No, here.

Look, here...

and now your back...

Oh, you scared me!

- Sorry I'm late.

- Don't worry, it's fine.

- You can go, I'll put her to bed.

- OK.

- See you tomorrow, OK?

- OK.


- Good night.

- Good night.


A noun's a person place or thing,

Or sometimes even times,

like spring.

A verb tells what the subject does,

Like "jumps" or "fishes"

or "is" or "was".






Well I'm glad, what can I say?


I'll be more at ease in class...

I'd like him to stay

If we're not here to educate,

what are we here for?

This is a failure.

We have to discuss this more,

how to solve con?icts.

Laura, isn't he the guy

from the other day?

Well Alex is there because

the kid can be here.

We can't ostracize the boy either.

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