Katya: Hello, I'm Katya from Bulgaria.
Ayumi: I'm Ayumi from Brazil.
Katya: And the question is who do you argue with often? Who do you argue with often, Ayumi?
Ayumi: My mother.
Katya: Me too.
Ayumi: My mother, somehow like female family members, I don't know if they have so much expectation on you or because we are from the same sex, we have the same kind of things going on.
Katya: You always argue right?
Katya: I always argue with my mother and my father doesn't pay attention to us any more because he knows that's just the way we talk. When my brother comes back and why are you arguing and my father is always that's the way they communicate.
Ayumi: It's very small stuff. When I cook, my mom kind of complains. When I clean, my mom says it's not enough. Really small stuff, really unimportant things.
Katya: I think women often argue when there are two women in the house. I think it's very normal, natural to happen. I generally don't like to argue with people because I get very sensitive and sometimes I cry. So I usually avoid.
Ayumi: It's really bad when it happens.