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(1924) [MARC] Author: Robert Eugen Zachrisson - Tema: Textbooks for schools
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Eve, but in England they have
them on Christmas morning.
— Did you have many
Christmas presents this year? —
Yes, I had a lot (a good many).
I didn’t have very many.
I wish you a merry
Christmas and a happy New Year.
Thank you, I wish you the
same.
New Year’s Day is the first
day of the year. Easter comes
in the spring with daffodils and
sunshine, Whitsuntide comes
seven weeks later. In England
Christmas Day, Boxing Day,
Good Friday, Easter Monday,
Whit Monday, and the first
Monday in August are called
Bank Holidays, because all
banks, offices, and shops are
shut.
What is the time by your
watch? — It is four minutes
past five. Oh, is it? — But
the Town Hall clock is just
striking five. Then my watch
is fast. I must put it right.
My watch is not right either,
it is slow. Don’t forget to
wind up your watch. If you
forget to wind it up, it will
stop.
It is three o’clock, it is a
quarter past three, it is half
past three. It is a quarter to
six. It is ten minute^ past (to)
’inv, bet in ’ingglĕnd dhei h’äv
dhĕm ån kr’ismĕs m’åhning.
D’id jo hĕv m’eni kr’ismĕs
preznts dh’is j’iĕ? J’es, ai had
ĕ l’åt (ĕ g’od m’eni). Ai d’idnt
hav v’eri m’eni.
Ai w’isj jo ĕ m’eri kr’ismĕs,
ĕnd ĕ h’äpi nj’oh j’iĕ. Th’ängk
jo, ai wisj j’oh dhĕ s’eim.
Nj’oh jiĕz d’ei iz dhĕ f’öhst
d’ei ĕv dhĕ j’iĕ. ’Ihstĕ
k’amz in dhĕ spr’ing widh
d’äiĕdilz ĕn s’ansjain, ĕn
w’itsntaid k’amz s’evn wihks
l’eitĕ. In ’ingglĕnd kr’ismĕs
det, b’åksing dei, g’od fr’aidi,
’ihstĕ m’andi, w’it m’andi, ĕn
dhĕ f’öhst m’andi in ’åhgĕst
a k’åhld b’ängk h’ålideiz,
bik’åhz ’åhl b’ängks, ’åfisiz,
ĕn sj’åps a sj’at.
W’åt iz dhĕ t’aim bai j’åh
w’åtsj? It iz f’åh m’inits p’ahst
f’aiv. ’Åo, ’iz it? Bet dhĕ t’aun
h’åhl kl’åk iz dzj’ast str’aiking
f’aiv. Dh’en m’ai w’åtsj iz f’ahst.
Ai mest pot it r’ait. M’ai w’åtsj
iz nåt r’ait ’aidhĕ. It iz sl’åo.
D’åont fåg’et tĕ w’aind ’ap jå
w’åtsj. If jo fåg’et tĕ w’aind
it ’ap, it wil st’åp.
It iz thr’ih ĕ kl’åk, it iz ĕ
kw’åhtĕ p’ahst thr’ih, it iz h’ahf
p’ahst thr’ih. It iz ĕ kw’åhtĕ
tĕ s’iks. It iz t’en m’inits p’ahst

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