So, here John is saying that her weird food tastes are ナータ’s only flaw. Then, however, 早とちり (jumping to conclusions?) seems to be introduced. Since John used たった一つ I find it strange that immediately he mentions another flaw =o.O=
Then he says that the person in question is aware about this tendency to jump to conclusions (was that the cause that at first she dismissed Rina because she thought she was looking for a book?). So, what exactly he means with 欠点にはかぞえます?
Also, is that めえ at the end supposed to be a ねえ？
Also at 35%
I feel I am missing some meaning of あご here. jisho says jaw (or barb of a fishhook, but that’s probably not the case here?), then marks it with を. But what’s the verb exactly here? しながら looks like the only candidate but what on earth would “do jaw three-fold / four-fold” even mean? Is this somehow referring to how the jaw would move when うなずいた (nodding) ?
I must confess I read straight over that sentence and presumed the めえ must have some sort of negative effect, as I came to the same conclusion as you about the overall meaning of the sentence. However I couldn’t find anything useful to prove it, sorry. Hopefully someone with access to a native speaker might be able to help!
I assume it implies that she is nodding to such an extent that she gives herself something with even more folds than your typical “double chin”. Maybe?
So here the boy in the swimming suit explains Rina that the candy she took out of the bag has some cream inside that comes out when you put the candy in your mouth. However, I have no idea what ふとん means in the last sentence =._.=
Or at least, I don’t see how the futon normally used as bedding is related.
A little confused at what’s going on at 34%. So Rina crushed/messed up the sleeves and got dirt all over the clothes she borrowed. Obaasan told her she should wash them her own (but doesn’t have confidence that Rina can?) and then Iichan and Kimusan are a little mad at her, and Obaasan is pretending not to notice? Does this: あなたにはまだ無理だわ mean “It’s not yet impossible for you”? Thanks for the clarification!
Ah, no, I think you’re muddled with who’s speaking. As far as I understood, the order of events is (mind, I don’t have the book directly to hand!):
too much to blur!
Kinu-san says that Rina’s dress is covered in dust, and that she’ll wash it for her. Rina is aware that ピコットばあさん would be very unimpressed by this, so Rina says she thought she would do it herself. Secretly though, she is worried that she’ll crush the sleeves and mess it up.
Kinu-san then says something along those lines, that she’s too young / inexperienced and will mess the dress up - that’s the sentence you quote - “it’s still not possible for you”. So Rina says that in that case she’d be grateful for the help.
Whenever I see something like that, I just assume it’s a sound effect / sensation that isn’t covered explicitly by the dictionary. So it’s literally that the cream will come out with a ブチュ sound / sensation.
If you search generally you’ll often find things like this listed on sfx sites:
I believe in this case it is どう+して as in ‘how to do’ - that thing this morning Rina wasn’t sure what she should do about.
Weblio has this to say about いつは. Meaning one seems to be ‘at a certain time’, so maybe this is just ‘having returned at some point (that Rina wasn’t fully aware of)’. I am not a 100 percent on this one though.