"I'm sorry, but would you please stop speaking?"
I heard S
omeone talking to me like this while chatting
with a friend of mine on Skype at an Internet cafe. There was one of the staffs standing behind my back.
"I'm afraid you're disturbing other customers here," she said apologetically.
Oh, my goodness. I knew it. I've tried to keep my voice down for a month, but it seemed to me that my effort wasn't enough for being in a public place. The Internet cafe was my only hope to use Skype. I thought there would be no problem because any customers could have free access to Skype and they have equipped microphones with every PCs to speak at. Anything there looked to be ready.
I didn't anticipated that I would be thrown out of the place...
I'm in the soup now and I'm still confused a bit. I need to figure out what to do, however, for my friends who look forward to having our "English Time."1) said this
2) while I was chatting
3) One of the staff (members) was standing behind my back.
4) every PC is equipped with a microphone.
5) It seemed to be the perfect place for me to Skype.
特にはっとさせられたのが、there is 構文の使い方について。
Understandable but unreasonable