R: I thought it went down when I said it before. Yeah, I can't remember. Maybe you'll be able to tell us. Does it go up when you're inviting an answer? And it goes down when you're so when you're sure about the answer?
M: Bravo, correct. Yes. That's my educated native speak.
R: Yeah. So I didn't get it right there, though.
M: But maybe you are not sure. You know, like, oh, it could be true. You know, like, isn't it? You know, like, tell me.
R: No, but it's one of these things, you just do it automatically. And then you focus on it. And you're like, oh, yeah, I'm not doing the right way.
M: Yeah, so you can say like, it's true for everyone. It is true. It's true, isn't it? You know, isn't it? Like what do you think? But if you're sure that yes, well, come on. It's true for everybody. Everybody enjoys our podcast and vidcast and my hair, Maria's hair. So it's true for everybody, isn't it? Isn't it? Kind of like it's a fact that everybody loves my new hair. Rory, do you like my hair?
R: I do. When did you have it done?
M: Oh, I think this week, yeah, this week. Just for the recording, dear listener, just for you to enjoy. Take a look. Back to the computers. You can say like, what do you usually use a computer for? So what do you usually use it for? I use computers for blah, blah, blah. So the question is a bit strange. Like, what do you use a computer for? And you said that, if we narrow it down to the most common and general things, we use it for storing, for communicating information, so storing information, keeping information and communicating. So narrow it down, tell us what does it mean? It's a phrasal verb.
R: Is it? Oh, great, good. So there's, if you narrow something down, or you just focus on, well, the biggest and most important things. So here, I focused on the most common in general things. It's not where I started from, though I talked about just about everything, but if you narrow it down. So this is a good way of introducing the idea of this narrowing down by talking about everything that's possible beforehand, then you switch over to the narrowing down process.
M: Sweet. So you have many options. Like we can do different stuff, different things with computers, and then we kind of like we narrow it down, right? I play video games, and I watch Netflix. That's all, you know. That's how I use my computer. Okay, cool. And so we store our information, we store our files, and Rory said that I keep all the evidence from my university work. Evidence, like in crime, you know, evidence. And you say, on my phone, right, and also on my computer or in my computer?
R: Oh, it's funny, though, because I was thinking about that there. If we're talking about information, information is on your computer, but all of the components are physically in your computer.