Your wife is having a baby now. You've taken her to the hospital, and you're telling the nurse at the front desk about your wife's situation.
You went by your coworker's office to talk with him about a problem you're having, but he said he was too busy to talk to you. You're a little annoyed, but you say this to respond politely because you're at work.
You and a friend are talking about soccer. You start discussing a player who used to be really, really good but is now a little too old. You say this.
You're talking to a child and explaining why there are different seasons. This is how you begin your explanation.
You're grocery shopping with your son. You want to get pasta sauce, but it's in a part of the store that you've already been to. You ask your son this.