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The young man of the story and the young girl whom he meets at the airport are Americans;

so, obviously, they speak English.

But the other young man is Brazilian;

so, he speaks Portugese.

Me, I am the professor;

so, of course, I speak French.

But you, you are not French;

so, you don't speak French.

No, but soon, you are going to speak French.

You and me, we are going to speak French together.

You are in agreement? Yes?

Well, if we are in agreement, everything is fine! Let's go!