Hanah: these animals are really confusing. They all have four words.
an english name, and english sound, a russian name, and a russian sound.
Scott: What's Russian for meow?
Hanah: I don't remember. I think it sounds a lot like meow.
Scott: Russian words are bizarre. French, Spanish, even German words look like English, but Russian's off on its own planet.
Hanah: but some of them sound the same. Like meow. Or penguin.
Scott: I've yet to learn the Russian for penguin. I'll take your word for it (this is a pun!).
Hanah: I'm going to have to be able to get around [in Germany] in a real-lifey way there, not just as a tourist.
Scott: Yes, for Sechs Wochen.
Scott: That means six weeks.
Hanah: oh. I thought it meant sex woman.
Scott: It means that too. This leads to many misunderstandings.
Hanah: and [Charlie] says "chai" for tea and "stoll" for chair
Scott: Aww, that's cute.
Hanah: it's totally adorable
Scott: Stoll is table, but still cute.
Hanah: no, it's chair
Scott: stool is chair.
stoll is table.
Unless you let him sit on the table.
Which you really shouldn't. You need to establish boundaries.
Hanah: He's not allowed to touch the stove.
And he's also not allowed to go home in that other mom's red convertible BMW, no matter how much we both want to.
Scott: Congratulations, you're already more responsible than my parents were.