‘Where did you put the keys?’

‘They are in the little basket near the door, as usual.’

‘No, they are not here. I cannot see them. I think that you put them somewhere else.’

‘That is strange. I always put them in the same place. Where can they be?’

‘I don’t know. I can’t see them anywhere. Can you please look for them?’

‘Yes, of course! I am already looking for them. They should be in that basket.’

‘I know that they should be there. But they are not.’

‘Let me think.. I opened the door when I came home, so the keys must be somewhere here.’

‘That’s good news! But where? Did you check the trouser pockets? Maybe they are in your trouser pockets.’

‘I checked the pockets and the keys are not there. Let me check my jacket…’

‘Did you find them?’

‘No, I didn’t find them. They are not in my jacket.’

‘So, where can they be?’

‘I don’t know, but I didn’t lose them. They must be in the apartment.’

‘OK, but where? Where are they?’

‘Oh, I know! I put them on the fridge! I came from the shop and I had bags in my hands, so I went straight to the kitchen, and I left them on the fridge. Yes, they are here!.’

‘Wonderful. I’m happy that you found them!’


as usual /əz ˈjuːʒuəl/ – ako zvyčajne

strange /streɪndʒ/ – zvláštne

straight /streɪt/ – rovno