Juan and Diego have just arrived in America for the first time, and have decided to visit the famous sunny beaches of Florida. They don’t like the traffic on the highways, though, so they decide to take the back roads instead.
As they drive along the deserted road, they pass a man who is standing beside a car at the side of the road with smoke coming up from its engine. He is waving his arms vigourously at them, so they wave back as they drive by.
A short while later, they pass another car pulled onto the side of the road. This one has two flat tires, and again the driver is standing by the road waving his arms. So again Juan and Diego wave back as they pass by.
After another bit of driving they pass a car that is upside-down at the side of the road. There are several people standing around it, and when they see Juan and Diego they all start waving their arms and jumping up and down. So Juan and Diego again wave and smile and shout hello as they pass by.
“Americans sure are friendly!” comments Diego. “I wonder if we’re on the right road to the beaches, though? Perhaps we should have asked some of those people.”
“No need!” replied Juan. “Those people already told us we’re on the right road.”
“They did? When?”
“As we drove by waving, I heard them all shouting ‘Sunny beaches! Sunny beaches!’ to us!”