Tiffany’s father is usually absent, so he would have no control over it. Although seeing it well, Tiffany has never fallen into vices, so it is to be assumed that she has received a proper education.
I thought Bernice would take that saying that “pets resemble their owners” as a comparison, to show off her “maturity” once again.
Pensé que Bernice tomaría a comparación ese dicho de que “las mascotas se parecen a sus dueños”, para presumir una vez más su “madurez”.
Not necessarily the answer should be Toni, since the question said “the first thing”, and not “the first”, considering that Toni doesn’t count as a thing.
No necesariamente la respuesta debería ser Toni, ya que la pregunta decía “la primer cosa”, y no “lo primero”, considerando que Toni no cuenta como una cosa.
For being almost 50 Nancy usually doesn’t seem to be, unlike Frank who seems to even surpass them.
Para ser de casi 50 Nancy normalmente no parece serlo, al contrario de Frank quien parece incluso superarlos.
I don’t think she sells The Fuse, since it seems to be a busy place. She may decide to hire someone else to leave the position for her, or perhaps something happens that changed her mood and motivates her to continue.
No creo que venda a The Fuse, ya que por lo visto es un sitio concurrido. Tal vez decida contratar a alguien más para dejarle el puesto, o quizá suceda algo que le cambié el ánimo y la motive a continuar.
I don’t think Tiffany’s words are with bad intention, like the other two girls, it’s just her way of expressing herself. On the other hand, Nancy needs to take a vacation.