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(1924) [MARC] Author: Robert Eugen Zachrisson - Tema: Textbooks for schools
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41
Jim?» asked one. Jim
wrinkled his forehead. »It’s — it’s
—» he began. »Well, what
is it?» persisted his friend.
»Look here, I’ll give you an
illustration. The other day I
went to mend a pipe in a
bathroom. When I got inside
there, I saw a lady in the
bath. I gave one look, raised
my hat, and said: »Beg your
pardon, sir!» — that’s tact.
dzj’m, ahskt w’an. Dzj’im
r’ingkld hiz f’ånd. ’Its, ’its,
hi big’än. W’el, w’åt iz it,
pĕs’istid hiz fr’end. L’ok h’iĕ,
ail giv jo ĕn ilĕstr’eisjĕn.
Dhi ’adhĕ d’ei ai went tĕ
mend ĕ p’aip in ĕ b’ahth rom.
Wen ai gåt ins’aid dh’äĕ, ai
s’åh ĕ l’eidi in dhĕ b’ahth.
Ai geiv w’an l’ok, r’eizd mai
h’ät, ĕn s’ed: B’eg jå p’ahdn,
s’öh! — dh’äts fäkt.
17. Dinner and the
Dinner Things.
Mable has just laid the cloth
for dinner. To-day she has
put on a clean cloth. On the
cloth are the plates
(soup-plates and meat-plates) and
glasses (tumblers). A water
jug with some fresh water
and a cruet-stand with salt,
pepper, vinegar, oil, and
mustard are placed in the middle
of the table. The bread is cut
up in slices, knives, spoons,
and forks are in their proper
places: the knives to the right,
and the forks to the left of
the plates. On each plate
there is a serviette in a
serviette ring.
The dinner-bell rings. We
all sit down to table. Father
sits at the head of the table,
and mother opposite. The
17. Diner ĕn dhĕ
d’inĕ things.
M’eibl hĕz dzj’ast 1’eid dhĕ
kl’åhth få d’inĕ. Tĕd’ei sji hĕz
p’ot ’ån ĕ kl’ihn kl’åhth. Ån dhĕ
kl’åhth a dhĕ pl’eits
(s’ohp-pleits ĕn mi’htpleits) ĕn
gl’ah-siz (t’amblĕz). E w’åhtĕ dzjag
widh sam fr’esj w’åhtĕ, ĕnd ĕ
kr’ohitständ widh s’åhlt, p’epĕ,
v’inigĕ, ’åil, ĕn m’astĕd a
pl’eist in dhĕ m’idl ĕv dhĕ
t’eibl. Dhĕ br’ed iz k’at ’ap
in sl’aisiz, n’aivs, sp’ohnz, ĕn
f’åhks a in dhäĕr pr’åpĕ
pl’ei-siz: dhĕ n’aivz tĕ dhĕ r’ait,
ĕn dhĕ f’åhks tĕ dhĕ l’eft ĕv
dhĕ pl’eits. Ån ’ihtsj pl’eit
dhäĕr iz ĕ söhvi’et in ĕ
söh-vi’et ring.
Dhĕ d’inĕbel r’ingz. Wi ’åhl
s’it d’aun tĕ t’eibl. F’ahdhĕ
sits ĕt dhĕ h’ed ĕv dhĕ t’eibl,
ĕn m’adhĕr ’åpåzit. Dhi ’adhĕ

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