1. ‘Oh, my Lord, please do not kill the child.’ said the woman. ‘Let her have him,’ said the king. ‘Now everything is clear to me.’ Pointing the woman, he said to the servant, ‘Give her the child. She is the mother of the baby.’
2. ‘Have you heard the name of Aesop?’ asked the teacher. ‘No, Sir, who was he?’ ‘Read the lesson attentively and then you will be able to know about him.’ ‘How interesting and instructive his fables are!’ said the teacher.
3. ‘You have cut off your hair,’ asked Jim. ‘Cut it off and sold it,’ said Della. ‘Don't you like me just as well anyhow? I'm me, without my hair, ain't I?’
4. The traveler said to the peasant, ‘Can you tell me the way to the nearest Inn?’ The peasant said ‘Yes, I can. Do you want one in which you can spend the night?’ The Traveller said, ‘I don't wish to stay there, but I only want a meal.’
5. ‘Why are putting up the food in your pocket, Sir? Why don't you eat?’ asked the noble man. ‘I am doing the right thing. My dress deserves these rich dishes,’ replied Sheikh Saddi. ‘I don't understand what you mean to say.’ Said the noble man. ‘And I'm sorry.’
6. ‘Will you buy my hair,’ asked Della. ‘I buy hair,’ said Madame. ‘Take your hat off and let's have a sight at the looks of it.’ ‘Twenty dollars,’ said Madame. ‘Give it me quick,’ said Della.’
7. ‘I came here yesterday from my village,’ he said. ‘Why did you come?’ I asked. ‘My mother sent me to you with this letter.’ ‘How is your mother? I have not seen her a long time. I hope she is quite well.’
1. The woman addressed her the king as her lord and told him (king) not to kill him (child). Then the king ordered his servant to let her (the woman) have him (child). Again the king said that everything was clear to him (king) then. Pointing to the woman, he again told his servant to give her the child. The king said that she was the mother of the baby
2. The teacher asked his student if he had heard the name of Aesop. He (S) respectfully replied in the negative and asked him (T) who he was. The teacher advised him to read the lesson attentively and then he would be able to know about him. The teacher exclaimed that his fables are very interesting and instructive.
3. Jim asked Della if she had cut off her hair. She replied that she had cut off her hair and sold it. Then she asked him if he didn't like her just as well anyhow. She added that she was her without her hair. To get confirmation she further asked him if she was not so.
4. The traveler asked the peasant if he could tell him the way to the nearest Inn. The peasant replied that he could. The peasant asked the stranger if he wanted one in which he could spend the night. The Stranger replied that he did not wish to say there but only wanted a meal.
5. The noble man respectfully asked Sheikh Saddi why he was putting up the food in his pocket and why he did not eat. Sheikh Saddi replied that he was doing the right thing and added that his dress deserved those rich dishes. The noble man told him that he did not understand what he meant to say. He further told that he was sorry.
6. Della asked Madame if she (M) would buy her (D) hair. Madame replied that she (M) bought hair. Then she (M) told her (D) to take her (D) hat off and let them have a sight at the looks of the hair. After that Madame said that she (M) would give her (D) twenty dollars for her (D) hair. Della agreed and requested her (M) to give the money to her quickly.
7. He told me that he had gone there the previous day from his village. I asked him why he had gone. He replied that his mother had sent him to me with that letter. I again asked him how his mother was. I told him that I had not seen her for a long time. I added that I hopped, she was quiet well.। ।