“What are you doing at the weekend? Are you going on a trip again?”

“No, I’m not. Unfortunately, I have no time to go on a trip.”

How come?

“I need to work in our garden. I have so many things which I have to do..”

“Like what?”

“Well, I need to prepare the soil for the panting season.”

“Do you grow your own vegetables?”

“Yes, we do. We don’t buy any vegetables in the shop. We have all we need in our garden.”

“But it is a hard work to take care of a garden, isn’t it?”

“Yes, it is, indeed. But for me, it is a kind of relaxation. I like working in my garden.”

“So, you need to prepare the soil. What else do you need to do this weekend?”

“I am also planning to paint our fence.”

“That’s a lot of work. How long will it take you to paint the whole fence?”

“I don’t know how long it will take me to paint the whole fence. I think I will have time to paint it only once.”

“And how many times do you need to paint it?”

“I need to paint it at least twice.”

“So, you will start painting it this weekend and you will finish it later.”

“Exactly. I want to paint the fence the second time next weekend.”

“That sounds like a very busy weekend. I hope you won’t be tired on Monday, when you come to work.”

“I hope not.”

How come? = how is it possible?

soil /sɔɪl/ – pôda

indeed /ɪnˈdiːd/ – vskutku

at least – aspoň