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(1924) [MARC] Author: Robert Eugen Zachrisson - Tema: Textbooks for schools
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His Majesty laughed and
again asked: »What great act
has King Edward VII done,
pray!» The boy lowered his
head, and stammered out:
»I don’t know, your Majesty».
»Don’t be distressed, my lad,»
said the king, smiling sadly.
»I don’t know either.»
Hiz m’ädzjisti 1’ahft, ĕnd
ĕg’en ’ahskt: W’åt gr’eit ’akt
häz king ’edwĕd dhĕ s’evnth
d’an, prei? Dhĕ b’åi l’åoĕd hiz
h’ed, ĕn st’ämĕd ’aut: Ai
dåont n’åo, jå m’ädzjisti.
Dåont bi distr’est, mai l’äd,
sed dhĕ k’ing, sm’ailing s’ädli.
’Ai dåont n’åo ’aidhĕ.
25. Progressive Forms. 25. Prågr’esiv f’åhmz.
What are you doing? I am
doing nothing. — What is
Charles doing? — He is
helping me.
What do you do in the
evenings? – As a rule I don’t
work in the evenings. I write
letters, read an amusing book,
or have a chat with a friend.
Please don’t disturb us. We
are very busy.. Charlie is
learning his lessons, and I am
doing sums.
When do you write your
letters? — I generally write
them in the evenings, when I
have most leisure.
Grace is singing a pretty
song, and John is
accompanying her on the piano. —
Do you sing? — No I don’t.
I have no voice.
John and Henry were playing
chess when I went to see
them. Emily was watching
W’åt a j’oh dohing? ’Ai ĕm
dohing n’athing. W’åt iz
tsj’ahlz dohing? Hi iz
h’el-ping mi.
W’åt do j’oh do in dhi
’ihvningz? Ez ĕ r’ohl ai d’åont
w’öhk in dhi ’ihvningz. Ai r’ait
l’etĕz, r’ihd ĕn emj’ohzing b’ok,
åh hav ĕ tsj’ät widh ĕ fr’end.
Plihz d’åont dist’öhb ĕs. Wi
a v’eri b’izi. Tsj’ahli iz
l’öh-ning hiz l’esnz, ĕnd ’ai ĕm
d’ohing s’amz.
W’en do jo r’ait jå l’etĕz?
Ai dzj’enĕrĕli r’ait dhĕm in
dhi ’ihvningz, wen ai hav
m’åost Pezjĕ.
Gr’eis iz s’inging ĕ pr’iti
s’ång, ĕn dzj’ån iz
ĕk’am-pĕniing hĕr ån dhĕ pi’änå. Do
j’oh sing? N’åo, ai d’åont.
Ai hav n’åo v’åis.
Dzj’ån ĕn h’enri wö pl’eiing
tsj’es wen ai went tĕ s’ih
dhĕm. ’Emili wåz w’åtsjing

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