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(1924) [MARC] Author: Robert Eugen Zachrisson - Tema: Textbooks for schools
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loud calls for the author, to
which Mr. Shaw was at length
induced to respond. The
audience was still cheering when
he appeared, but there was one
man in the gallery, who was
»booing» all the time. Mr.
Shaw looked up at the. gallery
and said very seriously: »Yes,
sir, I quite agree with you,
but what can we two do
a-gainst the whole house.
l’aud k’åhlz få dhi ’åhthĕ, té
witsj miste sj’åh wåz ĕt l’ength
indj’ohst tĕ risp’ånd. Dhi
’åhdi-ĕns wåz st’ii tsj’iĕring wen
hi ĕp’iĕd, bet dhäĕ wåz w’an
m’än in dhĕ g’älĕri, ho wåz
b’ohing ’åhl dhĕ t’aim. Miste
sj’åh l’okt ’ap ĕt dhĕ g’älĕri,
ĕn s’ed v’eri s’iĕriĕsli: J’es,
so, ai kw’ait ĕgr’ih widh jo,
bet w’åt ken w’ih t’oh d’oh
ĕg’einst dhĕ h’åol h’aus.
Rudyard Kipling has told
the following story against
himself. During his stay in
Wiltshire one summer he met
little Dorothy Drew, Mr.
Gladstone’s grand-daughter, and
being very fond of children
took her for a long walk in
the park, and told her stories.
After a time Mrs. Drew, fearing
that Mr. Kipling must be tired
of the child, called her and said:
»Now, Dorothy, I hope you
have not been wearying Mr.
Kipling.» »Oh, not a bit,
mother,» replied the little girl.
»But he has been wearying
me.»
R’adjĕd k’ipling hĕz tåold
dhĕ f’ålåing st’åhri ĕg’einst
hims’elf. Dj’oĕring hiz st’ei in
w’iltsjiĕ w’an s’amĕ hi m’et
litl d’årĕthi dr’oh, miste
gl’äd-stĕnz gr’änd-dåhtĕ, ĕn b’ihing
v’eri f’ånd ĕv tsj’ildrĕn t’ok
hĕ får ĕ l’ång w’åhk in dhĕ
p’ahk, ĕn t’åold hĕ st’åhriz.
’Ahftĕr ĕ t’aim misiz dr’oh,
f’iĕring dhĕt miste k’ipling
mest bi t’aiĕd ĕv dhĕ tsj’aild,
k’åhld hĕ ĕn s’ed: N’au,
d’årĕthi, ai h’åop jo hĕv nåt bin
w’iĕriing miste k’ipling. ’Åo, nåt
ĕ b’it, m’adhĕ, ripl’aid dhĕ litl
g’öhl. Bet h’ih hĕz bin
w’iĕriing m’ih.
36. Ordering Shoes and
Clothes.
Customer: I want a pair
of strong lace-up boots, box-
36. ’Ahdĕring sj’ohz ĕn
kl’åodhz.
K’astemĕ: Ai w’ånt ĕ p’äĕr
ĕv str’ång l’eis’ap b’ohts, b’åks-

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