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(1924) [MARC] Author: Robert Eugen Zachrisson - Tema: Textbooks for schools
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bad cold), and probably had a
slight attack of influenza. It
was not dangerous. She must
stay in bed for the next few
days. She was to have a very
light diet, in fact, not eat
anything solid for the first few
days.
He wrote (out) a prescription,
which we had made up at the
chemist’s. The doctor said
there was a lot of illness
about, especially among
children, whooping-cough, measles,
and chicken-pox being very
prevalent. I hope Alice
won’t develop any of these
illnesses, for then she must be
isolated, or sent to a nursing
home or hospital.
I have a headache, the
toothache, a pain in my side, a
bad cough. I have hurt my
foot. This finger is very painful
(swollen, inflamed). — How
do you feel? — I don’t feel
very well. I feel giddy. I feel
sick. I feel better now. I
hope you will soon be better
(well again).
b’äd k’åold), ĕn pr’åbĕbli had ĕ
sl’ait ét’äk ĕv inflo’enzĕ. It
wåz n’åt d’einzjĕrĕs. Sji mest
st’ei in b’ed få dhĕ n’ekst fj’oh
d’eiz. Sji wåz tĕ hav ĕ v’eri
l’ait d’aiit, in fäkt, n’åt ’M
enithing s’ålid få dhĕ f’öhst
fj’oh d’eiz.
Hi r’åot (’aut) ĕ priskr’ipsjĕn,.
witsj wi hed m’eid ’ap ĕt dhĕ.
k’emists. Dhĕ d’åktĕ sed
dhäĕ wåz ĕ l’åt ĕv ’ilnis
ĕb’aut, isp’esjĕli ĕm’ang
tsj’il-drĕn, h’ohpingkåhf, m’ihzlz
ĕn tsj’ikinpåks bihing v’eri
pr’evĕlĕnt. Ai h’åop ’älis
w’åont div’elĕp eni ĕv dh’ihz
’ilnisiz, få dh’en sji mest bi
’aisåleitid åh s’ent to ĕ n’öhsing
håom åh h’åspitĕl.
Ai hav ĕ h’edeik, dhĕ
t’ohth-eik, ĕ p’ein in mai s’aid, ĕ
b’äd k’åhf. Ai hĕv h’öht mai
fot. Dh’is finggĕr iz v’eri
p’einful (sw’åoln, infl’eimd).
H’au do jo fihl? Ai d’åont
fihl v’eri w’el. Ai fihl g’idi.
Ai fihl s’ik. Ai fihl b’etĕ n’au.
Ai h’åop jo wil s’ohn bi b’etĕ
(w’el ĕg’en).
31. Letter Writing.
When you write a letter
don’t forget to write (put) your
address in full, at the top of
the page, before you put the
date:
31. L’etĕ raiting.
Wen jo rait ĕ 1’ete, d’åont
fåg’et tĕ rait (pot) jår ĕdr’es
in föl ĕt dhĕ t’åp ĕv dhĕ
p’eidzj, bifåh jo p’ot dhĕ
d’eit:

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