What time do you normally get up, Pedro?
Six past ten.
Six past ten?
Yes, six past ten.
That’s a very specific time.
So you usually skip breakfast, do you?
You skip breakfast. You don’t have breakfast.
Yes I have breakfast. Why not?
It’s rather late for breakfast, isn’t it? Six past ten.
No, I have time.
I see. And then you get into a time machine and come to English class?
I said, And then you get into a time machine and come to English class.
No, I drive.
Why do you say "time machine"?
Because it’s five past eight now and I couldn’t see how else you could get here if you get up at six past ten. What do YOU think, Juan?
If he has an alarm clock. Why not?
And a good time machine. Or did you mean, "ten past six", Pedro?
When you said, "six past ten", perhaps you meant, "ten past six"? It’s just a theory.
Ah yes, ten past six. ¡Cabrón!
OK, Juan, what time is it now?
Eight past six.
Is it? My watch must be fast. Eight past six?
Now it's eight past seven.
Eight past seven?! That last hour really flew, didn't it?
Sorry? . . .