Vor. I-IV Lei 35






Copel'ta ~I lIustratllle de Val Munteanu


Dan Dutescu



Teach Yourself Enlglish
Seria I
Vol. 2



Edltura ,tiint.fica



Bucure,tl,. 19'76

2. de nuiele.. Mzke a ma~ zburat *i tn alte lari. All of them have seen a lot of each other.) 'twenti CAPITOlUL 21 'WAD AFTER TWO YEARS 1. .. 1P'ii.'itat adesea la ceatunle sale. Ours have come on beautifully this year.. S-au Vtlzut des.i cu Miss Cora. Ai no~tri a-au dezvoltat minunaj. SUI!:: A~a e. SUE: W~Il..i-i SUE: Da. now nine years old. A~ t7'eeut doi ~ni de la: "in"._clfnu'!ate de aU-cees . Mike has flown to more countries and Sue has gi~en a great number of 8uccessful concerts at -home and Two years haoe elapsed since "the invention:" Jeff and Jerry are DUPA. lJi ea la rindu-i a fost invitata la ceaiurile 101'_ abroad. Jeff.e!i a lui Mike. She ha» often asked them to her 'tea panies. Iris is arranging them in a wicker basket.ited to their parties.umar d? concerts in.8i3 se~en.l lUI • . IRJS: Ai taiat destui trandafiri. scumpo. Aceastai-a inf.-a CO. lDAmico? 7 .t tJ a:pt. . Such heautiful roses I I've never seen more beautiful roses in all my life. n. IRIS: Have you cut enough roses. Mummy? SUE: Yes.. Andrei . iar Sue a dat un mar. and 8M has often been in".iina_. Ins f~ aranJeaza £ntr~un co..n lara ~i in at7'iiiniitate. and 11'1. 2.cas~i lui ~lJ.i Jerry au acum noua ani tar lru . They ha~B seen a lot of Miss Cora too.apte. darling. SUE: ·A~a. . . In.'itatea w spital. that's the lot.. scumpo.~ttnual ~6rcetanle.. 1 IS: Sln~ sigura eli ¥?niclii or sa-i placa foarte multo Ce trandafiri rrumo~d N-am mill viizut asemenea trandafiri frumo~i in via!a mea. darling. There are eleven of them. ell to/~t 8-au "'~t ~e8. d. Andrei has been getiing on with his research and Monica has been getting on with her work at the hospital. In Sue and Mike's garden.en/ie".CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE . tar Monica lJi-a continuat aetif. SUE: No. Su~ is cutting some 1:08es and gi~ing them to Iris.. IRIS: I'm sure Mon:ica will Jove them.asta·i tot. DOl ANI •. Sint unspreseee. anul acesta.. Sue taie nifle trandafiri Ins. .

fii draguta. ~i Monica a invitat-o ~i pe Miss Cora Me Garth. gJ'i1dina akrgiM. I've been . SUE: HeUo. I d' Id SUE: No. I P:ut on my uaifol'm yesterday mornmg my head was still swun~mgand I quite naturally forgot about the key. tata are eheia de Ia intrare. ~en. S~e? SUE: Yes. You know he always lets himself in. scumpule.. A aterizat. i-ati ~i troat. dar D-are imp ort anti ! 5. Asta s-a tntlmplat aoum doua seri. Trebuie sa fie tatieu. Well. there'll be the £ive of us. MIKE: Atunei e perfect.i aeum a ~al!e fiidi nn sfert. Cum arit? 'I'e-ai g8. Nu-i a~a d. and MOIDC~ h~s also asked MISS Cora McGal'th. you haven t lost It yet. Ul'mata de Mike. trebuie stl recunosc. I must say. Ce s-a intimplat? De ee nu Ji·ai deschis singur? MIKE: Mii tem ca mi-am pierdut cheia. E definitiv pierduta. - - IRIS: Who else is coming to their farewell p~rty. vom fi noi einei. IRIS: I can hear the bell. pe Miss Cora. . MIKE: After a quarter of an hour. scumpo. . . Now you 11 have to lend me yours. . Wasn t it too Boon? What time s the party? ..cut? Splendid. . . Acum 0 lSa trobuiasca sa mi-o tmprumuti pe a tao SUE: Nu... $i nu cred cli au mai invitat pe altcineva. there's a good girL . IRIS [to herself). In Mike and Sue's bedroom.0 something.._l1l plii.. IRIS: Aud soneria. IRIS: Uita-te la trandafuii ace~tiaJ taticule. SUE: No. Ob. Dupa un. Asta trebuie sa fie. never nu~d. You were in mufti when you last used your k~y.to he his own self. Aren ~ tp. SUE: Well. Where are Jeff 8. SUE: Buna. That was two nights ago. go and answer the door.singurit MIKE: Deaga de ea. SUE: Liked me? MIKE: Sorry'. ctnd ne-am tntors aoasa de la Par8ifal. Oricum.tbxoughall my pockets but in vain. M-am d. SUE: Daddy has just phoned from.Wagner you can't expect a man . ~tii ca totdeauna '!~i desehide singur.nd Jerry?. Erai in civil etnd Ili foloait ultima oara. And I don't think they have Invited anybody else.grahit? La ce orA. they must be up 1.ucum dou~· zed §i einci de minute. SUE: Tctdesuna au fo~t Ioarte atenti. Uite-ma. Trebuie sa fie in drum 'spre casa acum. a~a eli nu e nevoie sa p. If I know my brothers well. '_:__ . MIKE: Have you dressed up for the party. 6. Totdeauna MIKE: SUE: SUE: Da. pun ei ceva la eale.1. Mike. Cind mi-am pus uniforma ieri dimineatJi Ind.utact prin toate buzunarele dar degeaha. mi se mai invirtea eapul ~i in mod ch se poate de . Totdeauna te-am 9 8 . S. MIKE.tit pentru In . He landed twenty-five minutes ago. Jeff ~i Jerry un de sint? SUE: S·au dusamtadoi s-o aduos. 3. . Dupa un Brert de ora. IRIS (pentru sine): Dacii tori CUDOSC bine fralii. What do I look like? MIKE: Lovely. minut sau cam afa: Iris pine in. Eh.fallowed by Mtke. Oare nu v'ali .-o imprumut pe a mea. when we returne~ home from Pars~fal. I've always loved you. Anyway. After four hours of. patru ore de Wagner nu-i poti cere omului sa mai fie acelaei om. IRIS: Taticu 0 sa se tntoarcli la timp pentru petrecere? Avioanele nu sosesc totdeauna la timp.. ParBifal. iubit. the airpcrt. you've already cut them. Foarte drs. MIKE~ Dear old thing.ey gorgeous? . . Sue? mi-ai placut. What's the matter? Why didn t you let yeuzself MIitlL I'm afraid I've lost my latch-key. darling. sint splendizij' MIKE: A. Daddy. Hera I am. Parsifal. It must be Daddy. . Mummy? . . MIKE: Then it~s all right. and it's a quarter to SIX.. Trebuie sa fie altcineve.~f the boys. MIKE: Pardon. so nee n t en you mine. SUE: The two of them have gone to fetch M1SS Cora.. 4..gu~ din partes biietilol'. seumpule.. SUE~ They've always been so considerate.t.. . SUE: Tata toemai a telefonat de la aero port. .e petrecerea? SUE: La ora ~ase. MIKE: Oh. SUE: At six o'clock. It's 10ISt and gone. She s afraid to erose the road by herself'. IR IS: Cine mal vine la petrecerea de adio.6. Daddy has got his own latch-key.. Mike. SUE: Nu. Very decent . IRIS: Look at these roses. IRIS: Win Daddy he back in time for the party? Airplanes don't always arrive on time. Ti·a. n?w. mamice? SUE: Pai. darling. . That must he . 3. Ii e teama sa treaea drumul . It must he someone else. Afte1' a minute or so Iris runs back into. darling. * dormitlJrul lui Mike fi al lui Sue. MIKE: 0. peteecere. Dups.tiI-esc am nitat de cheie. I've always liked you. He must he on his way home now. cheia. du-te §i deschide u~a. n-ai pierdut-o inca.1. the gar":en.

Eu niciodata n-am avut spirit de observatie in legatnra cu alte doamne. SUE: M-ai adorat? MlKE: Vai de mine. Then. SU~:. and you never noticed a thing . . nu-i a~a.'i de cind stntem prieteni?. Cum. eu T AROM-ul. l~cii de _~in. So I have. when are Andrei and Monica. . has it? Let's go• SUE: M-ai iubit? MIKE: Vai. M [KE: Hm . darling? SUE~ No. totdeauna ai lost un sol ideal. leaving? SUE! Tomorrow afternoon about one o'clock. MIKE: And how long have we been hiends? SUE: Ever since they came over. iubito? SUE: Ba da. Since the war punctuality has no longer been a very rigid proposition. Andrei ~i-a lncheiat activitatea aiei. A~a mai merge. We've been getting on so well. . SUE: Oh. Monica 0 sa awa un behelus. asa e. Have we been talking for a 'quarter of an hour uninterruptedly? OUr hosts have been waiting for us for ten minutes . SUE: That's a little better. I've always worshipped you.. de zece minute. Astao§a e. taticule. MIKE: Hm. SUE: Da. 7. Far more important? What can it he? SUE: Haven't you noticed? MIKE: Notice what? SUE: About MooicaIRIS (from downstairs): Oh. SUIE: Vai. MIKE: By the way. . SUE: So we have. UE: De ap1'oape doi ani. iubitule. pardon.. MIKE: Zece minute In sus sau in JOB nu conteaza. SUE: Almost two years. Acum pot sa mil due la petrecerea de adiocu mIma u~oara . Daddy. SUE:. I've always adored you. vorbim farl intrerupere d~ un. nu-i a~a? Hai sa mergem. you've always been an ideal husband.SUE: Loved me? MIKE: Oh. (to Sue) have I. Now I can "go to the farewell party . By TAROM.. ~i tu n-ai ohservat nimic. far mor~ important. iubito. Ne-am impacat hine eu ei. MIKE: How long have they been in England? I can't remember. MIKE: I'm Barry they're leaving so soon.~ ~u venit mcoace.. ' 1. MIKE: f. De Ia razboi incoace punetualitatea nu mai este 0 ehestiune atIt de rigida.. She has been conspicuously' pregnant for the last few months. N-am vazut pereche mai dragula. it's ten past' six.now. Maruca is going to have a Qaby. dert de ora? Gazdele noastre ne a~teapUi. MIKE~ Ten :minutesis neither here nor there. SUE: Adored ~? MIKE: Oh. awfully sorry. Andrei has completed his work here. MIKE. MIKE: Why must they leave so soon? SUE: For one thing. MIKE: HmI've never been good at noticing things about other ladies. MIKE: Hm. pardon.. MIKE: Imi pare rilu cii pleaoa a~a de repede. I RIS (de jos): Vai. De citeva luoi se vede clar oil e insiircmatli.ase ~izece. s-a faeut . MIKE: De etnd sint in Anglia? Nu-mi mai aduc aminte. ever seen. there is something else. Apoi mai e eeva mult mai important. They fusi made friend.s with Iris and the hoys and then I met Monica and we took to each other at once. Mai tnni s-au imprietenit eu IrIS ~l eu hale~ll ~1 dupa aceea am cunoscut-o ~i en pe Monica si ne-am ata~at una de alta imediat. darling. MIKE: Apropo. darling. ' MIKE: Mult mai important? ee poate fi? HUE: N-ai observat? MIKE: ee sa observ? ~UE: La Monica . Totdeauna te-am adorat. (catre Sue). As nice a couple aa I have .with an easy mind. so sorry. dud pleaoa Andrei ~i Mouica? SUE: Mtine la prinz pe la ora uou. Totdeauna te-am diviniaat. MIKE: De ce trehuie sa plece a~a de curind? SUE: Mai intii.

I haven't I l'iLten to' hel' ...lwffcn"t been feeling). II. 16.ojl:) ale urmafoarelor· verb».1. it f rllit VO"! haP!!.. the war. home lr. aU.... never.7.. .. noticing thmgs . peegnant.•. 10. are. ZefO. 11.. to S. to meet 14. W:e've heen friends . "feztnd 21. 4.. uE.. pilot (w.Uved') alldthen we ••• to Londen (""wild. I haven't heen to the mOlU!l. time . OUl' work just BOW (finished.4. sPa.. ten ye.. to. They've been wllhing for us . tn l'im~a weng~za. has d~ed). his. all my pockets but vain. 'twenti 'WAn 'fa: '!Se"Vn ompletafi 8paJiile goale cutimpul Completo. more. pc oricine altul. ~O. not feeling tired. fl'om. and. I've.. 14.. too we:ll since last night (rlllin.a... 6. What a heautifuJ! ear you have! How long . haffe moped). 2... . since this mor. 'twenti 'WAn 'faiv p1"opozi~iile de maz JOS. r. 5... 'twenti 'WAn . work. eon8picuously. hape you laid)? I'm hun. my...Btired .sa~li spun (2 posibilitati). 21. a.. what.. last. I made friends .tains ••• I was a .EXERCISES 21.2. to be. have youl'ea/d red)? 3. It is . ThiS is your fiat. he married my daughtel' . Mike has never been good . 3.6.~ the party? 13. are? . never.. 4. That is Mike's car.. has. thi. you. hall an hou. self. I've been . ~t . my head was still swimming..it la pensie)... research.. cuvinte. Il'eeutul"particl.S.. four.. We have been talking . wegrp... hap. his. When we returned . The train amved . S. Sa.hll. her. anything today {didn't eat. to cut a. 6... come 2... Nu (moo) am Birnie alteeva . 'siks (a) CompletaJi spajiile goale cu lor' sou since. I . 12.. put IS.. Nu ~tiau nimicaltceva despre vecinii lor (2 pcsibilitiiJi).1. home.tf.re in . 5. iinvit pe abcineva? 10. for three years (liped.lO.•• twenty minutes.. 11 irpoet. own. has .iigid....5. took. proposition. hcwe finished). Who. Sa mergem altundeva? S•. mall... can't. to make 13. Wagner. to. SUB fn limba l'om4nd. The two .. longer. to run 16.'t f(Jel.. 149tspriog (reliredri ftai. t.1. lot. He .. her-self . has been ramtng). has.ave. Tbese'H our ideas are They . each ather . dar nu-l invita pe el. 25 years. yOI1 .. beautiful. on. 2. . one... to goT. to get 6. He just . Invita.. 2. a.. you.•.. 21. 6. 1. been.. of. 'War. his way •. S. the.. 2.. Iris runs back .. '1. him.e. 15. going.. Andrei.f)rdinea lor Complet:ati spatii'W {5aaCe. 9. baa. . few. 'twenti 'WAn 'WAn Recons.W~. n. 9. them. Very decent . noticed. 1I11"rungham.s mOll'ning and I'm.. Invita pe altQUleva. They . Do yeu think we shall be . He's heen a.. We . W. We took .a.. very. once. I.. 9.. h.! after'. 2. kape.11.)i~ has r...liile goale cu p. 3.d~ moi 11... 'twcnti 'WAD. to lend 10. Ce alteeva pOll sa-nu dal? 2...nIIIK (ramed.her. He must be .. 8. to know 8. luwe met). It belongs me... roses. /uu..eyou J.. other ladies. 8. Monica.ml I'i :d. the party? 4. dupl1ur. just. n. I .. once. Mr. to 'swim 18. Daddy. ~last year.m!)? 10.. IJII . I ha. 'twepti 'WAll L 'tu:: TraduGf. expect. potripit: {left. hlllll 1.as.l)D1 the opera. I IIIlVllu't spoken to him . 5: Those are ... ot.they. to lose 12. I've never Been a prettier girl .. my novel (did you M ". something. with.. two hours.. the garden..ars now... neregulate. been.. the.piul trecut fi putieipiul nedefi. Samai mvit pe cineva? 9. 8. seen. UB...woz'/we're ..... Benson last night (met.. We haven't met . life. r. another. a..matorul model: to be ):Ii: was ·.. r ..titui~i corBela .Y. (died.... 6. Brown . Cine altu] poate sa te ajute? . to forget 5.... for. 9. to. 'twenti 'WAD.gry. Dacapapccii nu sint sub pat trebui.. 21. 12 13 . It is . up. you..(}$te cazul. and Iwo tiny!! ago he ... This is .r.Il . It's s!ill raining. has.6... _ w. haa been). to take.. 110. (tJ/!Osind else in toate prol?_ozitii1e~ . 3. duptJ caz: 1. 1. It is. 7. them.. time. hours. • It belongs to . pipe.ve been waiting "... heen. 11'11 her at this school . 12. phoned.eri: Dafi formele pritwipale (Ud:mitivul. to let n. haven't . JeU and Jerry must be up ..•• cats . Lhe table (did you la. all my life.esa fie in alta parte. 8. each.Mal CUBo~tl pe cineva in aeest OIa!j?' 4. seen. in. thing.(Jrrifled).repo:&ifii acolo unde . 7. 4..to find. months" you.duated. punctuality. to Leave 9.the road . to see 17. It . 5~ I have had tbJs 1111' .111 n).child. of. I've l"'lln driwng ...sino. 'else is coming. at.<&. half an hour ago (arrWed..!li. 21. will go to the concert. Miss Cera is afraid to crose.. all. been bi in heing' -'hi:ilj (b) Traducepi textul .

kar IZ (r-ul intrua] 'pregnant stop fr ha~ bi-n .fara tntrerupere.21. 25.'. Pe de 0 parte Andrei ~i-a incheiat activitatea (work) la (in) Londra. E insarcinata de dteva.lte in tara ~l in strainatate. CoplUstnt tn drum spre .husband? .ka a 'li:vin fa ru. a new paragrapb 'maik haz 'dJASt 'kArO .lea 'frendz tu a 'feawel 'pa:ti full stop. Petrecerea este la ora . Sa li'i. 15. Mike intreaba de ce trehuie Andrei ~i Momca sa pleoe atit derepede (cur£nd). Are Andrei and Monica leaving tomor. Avionul a sosit Is ora 5 fix.Pi a new paragraph nso 'm. 1L Stnt eolectioaar de timbre de ctnd eram copil. La ce· ora (What time) (b) 1. vorbeste la telefon de aproape trei sferturi de orA. ~m studiat pentru examen [examenul meu] toatii ~~~ii~amiaza.· Florile din (in) griidina .onica also invited Miss Cora. AVlOnul a. 6.? . Has Mike alwayaheen an ideal . 23.rid rna tntore de la lueru au e mmem aeasa. Jeff ~i Jerry nu slnt aeasa. 19.lon '.. 13. 12.ka full stop an 'drei and rna 'ni. a. pe Sue ~i pe cop:ii. ~ vad des.6iuks lIei <II'" 'Ap ta 'Sh.8.dieii acum 20 de minute. Sue a dat un mare numlir de eoneerte reu. 8. Have they been talking fora quarter of an hour umnterruptedly? (b) Da# l'aapunBul'i eeurte la ti\trebifl'ile de mai [o«: 1.Doas~rA se dezvolta minunat. mai e eeva.m cumparat ctteva lucruri pentru masa de seara. 9. Ne-am. 'twenti 'WAn 'ten 3. Have they seen a let of each other? . MODIca va avea un eopil.ta cO. .ot. 24. 7. 10. Does Mike always let himself in? 10.lam question mark 'maik '6i{)kS it 'woz comma bat 'roar-is 'nauz 'be. De clnd va.20. Has Miss Cora . Gazdele lor ii a. aseara? S. Te a~tept de un eeas. I-au invitat pe Mike. De otnd e MISS. De clud s1nteli prieteni? (8) Dapi l'aspunsuri lungi §i scurte la tntreMrile de mai jos: 1. fi' !ull 2LIO. 2. Tocmai a telefonat de Ia aeroport. 18. -twenti 'wAn 'eit 21.? 7. Am luat deJ~ micul (meu) dejun. Miss Cora n-a avut niciodata mai putm de ~apte pISIOI. 2. Have they been in England for three years? 13. ~i acum este ora ~ase farli un dert. Acum (ei) trebuie sa plece. Has M. Cl. Is Sue cutting the roses or is Iris cutting them? •• Are there ten or eleven of them? S. Mike n-a sosit inca aCaBa. eu mult mai important.9. Aren't the roses gorgeous? 6. Has Sue dressed up for the party? ll. DI Smith tocmai a iesit. Iris a fost la cinema de doua ori saptamtna eceasta. (a) S-au sours doi ani de etnd eu "inventia". Apoi.siimcb~stiunea asta. . Andrei ~i Monica se tntorc mime ell avionul (to fly back) in {to] Romania. sosit. Cum te ~mpa~i cu soacea dtale (mother-in-law 'DlAll:mn'lo:)? 26. Haa Monica also asked Miss Cora or bas she D.haum fram IIi 'capo:t full stop hi' 'didnt 'let himself 'in bi 'koz hi· 'kulint 'faind hiz 'irotJ 'ki: full stop hi. 22. Sint caslitorili de doi ani. Ploua. In drum spre oasa am intrat la bacanie Wia. iar Iris ii aranjeaza tntr-un CO~ de nuiele. E insareinata.? since "the 14 . Have two years elapsed or have three years elapsed invention" i' 3.{links hi· haz 'lost it comma bat 'nau comma hi. 27. II cunosc din 1970. Dl Smith a ie~it chiar Mum f chiar adineaori.-u invitat-c ~i pe Miss ~o~a. . Sue h tale. IS. -twenti TraducBti ~n ~imba . Is Monica going to have a baby? U.Nu. a~a ea (so) tmi deschid singur.. 16. E tizziu.ln&iu. . 4:. 17. Sue §i Ins pregatesc m~te trandafin pentru Maruca. 28.} tamorau full stop lIei hav in'vaitid I.. DICTATION 'SU! iz 'kAtiu sam 'rauziz and 'aiaris iz a 'reind3iu ~m in a 'wika 'ha :skit full stop 'llauz 'rauziz a: fa rna 'ni.'Preg~ nant fa lIa 'Ia :st 'fju: 'mAn6s comma and. AsUt seara ei dau a petrecere de adio.row? 12. cunoasteji (reciproc)? ai venit ~cas1\. tmpnetemt clad eram copii ~ sintem prieteni de atunei tncoace [ever ~mce). Will Mike he back in time for the party? 8. Ploua de trei o~~.i Mike este acum tn drum spre easa. Mal dori~i altceva.englezit. Fiica·mea. Avionul a aterizat acum douiizeci ~i cinci de minute . luni ~i Mike n-a observat nimic. full stO. Miss Cora totdeauna s-a temut sa traverseze drumulsingura.'meinj.casll: 21. partIes? 3.ot. Are Sue and Iris in the house? 4. Have Sue's roses come on beautifully this year? 5.'hreznt full stop it mast 'bi: in hiz 'Alia 'sju:t full stop . S-au dUB s-o aduca pe Miss Cora. asta et. !. Can't Iris heal' the hell? 9.ase.often invited tbem to her tea. a new paragraph'dJef an id3eri hav 'gOD ta'fetf 'mis 'ko:~ full stop 'woz it 'di :snt avl. 'malk 'neva 'nautist a 'III\) full stop hi-z 'neva bin 'gud at 'nautisio '6iuz a 'baut 'Alia ileidiz full stop 'su: 'sez hi-z 'a :1waz bi-n an aidial 'hAzhand full stop. Is Iris now five or seven? 2.teapta de zece minute.. Cora surdli? 14.

b. a. A oat has nine lives. a.10: Ii: 'es 'i: 'ei la: lsi: IcitS . . ce !lori taie Sue. 3. a. dad.'em 'ju: lef 'ti: 'ai . wealthy and wise. When did Mike land? 8. a. Haste makes waste. de Ia "inventie". b. 13. daeii Andr. vol.. 1. n. a. ~i pe Miss Cora.'el lei len ldi: 'i: 'di . b. daoa Sue ~i Mike vorbesc de un sfert de ora fil'l1 tntrerupere. Are Jeff and Jerry at home or have they gone to fetch Miss Cora? 10. a. Who has floWIl! to more countries? 4. a.. 2n b. h. a.. b.'d:si: 'au 'a: Id3i: 'i: 'QU IjUl 'es .si: 'au len 'es 'ai 'di: Ii: 'n: lei 'ti: 'i:lei 'dAhllel . 7. Whose bead was swimming after four hours of Wagner? 10. b. n. de doi ani.leI 'ei lti: lsi: 'eitJ Ihaifn -kei Ii: Iwai .11 •. How old are Jaff IUld Jerry nGw? 3. What flowers is Sue cutting? 5. Are Andrei and Monica flying hack to Romania tomorrow or the day after tomorrow? 11. How long have they heen in England? 19. daca .lei 'dAhl'a: 'ei len 'd3i: 'ai 'en IrlJi: . de oe nu ~i·a desohis Mike singur. 17 . b. 16.I.Ioi 'ti: 'ai lau len. 21. oe a pierdut Mike.ei ~i Monica stnt in Anglia. daca au trecut dOl ani de la l'inven~ie". 16 ngleza flrl profesor.'en 'au 'ti: 'ai 'si: Ii: 'di: . ci~i ani are Iris aeum.ey not? 7. twenti IWAn iIevn SPELLING SCTteli cuviniele de mai jos En ortografia c'U/'lentti: _ -es Iju: 'dahl-si: 'i: 'dabl'es 'e£ 'ju: lel.let -ei la. cine a dat un mare numAr h. What has Mike lost? 9. sau cmi (lili88 I]iliz ). 12. dacli Jeff ~i Jerry a-au dUB 8-0 aduaa pe Miss Cora. a.'ei 'el 'dAblju: lei Iwai las . Let sleeping dogs lie. Ii: -cn Iti: . avionul lui Mike a aterizat. a. husband or has he always heen an ideal husband? (0) Raspunde# la urmi1toa~fntrebari: 1. PROVERBS Good and quickly seldom meet.'pi: I]U: len 'si: 'ti: IjU: 'ei 'el 'ai lti: Iwai . Heres may pull dead lions by the beard. Who is going to have a baby? 14. 14.~ ~' 1111~ • 'I 1 '~ . pentru ce s-a gatit Sue. Who else has Monica invited to the party? 7. dac~ Iris are acum ~apte ani. 'i:: IdAhlju: Ii: IdAbl lel'ei Ihi: 'a: 'au lei idi: . Has Mike always been a had. (dl lntrebati fn limba englez(J. daca Mik~ ~i·a pierdutcheia de la in. a.'di: Ii: 'si.-keepitl Ipi: lei la: 169 'ai 'ef lei lel'es IdAbJju: lai 'dAbl'em 'aj 'en Id. daca Sue a dat un mare numAr de concerte. pe cine s-au dUB bll. b. 15. Why did Mike forget ahout the key? When are Andrei and Monica leaving? 12. dacii. Did Mike let himself in Or did Iris open the door for him? 9. b. a. daca. dad. Last but not least.lsi: lau len 'es 'pi: 'ai 'si : Iju: lau I]n: 'es 'el 'wai . cl~i ani au trecut b. crnd a aterizat avloBul lui Mike.Ii: leI lei Ipi: 'es 'i: 'di: . Who is arranging them in a wicker basket? 6. pe cine a~teapt8 ei de zece minute. Daea Suearatii drigu~li.trare. a. b. cum arata Sue.lei 'ella: Ii: 'ei ldi: Iwai'dAblju: ·~u -a: 'es leitJ 'ai tdAbllpi: Ii: 'di: . 5. a.. de ce nu poate Miss Cora sa treaea drumul singura. 9. a. de eind vorbese Sue ~iMike fiira lntrerupere. daca Sue s-a gatit pentru petrecere. a. de concerte.MiBS Cora poate trece drumul singnra. 8. b. Did Mike land an hour ago or twenty-five minutes ago? 8. b. Early to hed and early to rise makes a man healthy.i: . 2.Ipi: 'a: 'aU 'pi: 'au 'es . Sue true trandafiri b. de etnd sint ei in Anglia. I I ' 6. daea baietii pun la cale 0 boroboata. gazdele 'I~i a~lteaptA.ietii s8 aducll. 4. Do airplanes always arrive on time 01' do th. How many years have elapsed since "the invention"? 2. pe cine altcineva a (mai) invitat Monica. Monica a invitat-o 6. How long have the hosts been waiting for the guests? 10. ce pun baie~ii la cale. dael Mike ~i·a deschis singur. oaspe~ii de zece minute.'pi: "a: Ii: Id3i: len 'ei 'en 'ti: .

•.( aici) pID'ca death dee moarte scorn sko. (aid) de netagaduit jewel 'dxu. lago i 'a :gau in . . . . cred.tiu stralucitor.. gavan methought mi '60:t mi S!!..1". WIl8te weist irosire. and.my dear lordaU. Is the immediate jewel of their soul. (aici) a arunca that fishes gnaw'd upon a 'pon ocheade slimy 'slaimi milos. All scatter'd in the bottom of the sea: Some lay in dead men's skulls.. crept krept to drown draun a se ineca a se strecura. Inestimable stones. " I ""I"1'I'II'I1\r"II'. in refleeling ri 'fIeJs. reflecting gems.e 'klrer. unvalued jewels. zglobiu 'd3. Which won'd the slimy bottom of the deep.d Richard. pierdere to rise raiz a se cula healthy lhe16i sanatos wealthy 'wellli bogat lives laivz vieti he that .ln I.p adincul.luit In aburi lop top virf Romeo and III. to woo wu: a curta'. v.au Iocuit I samethinka mi'6iuks ."rll'I"'I'[11 hare hea iepure to pull pu1 a trage lion Iaian leu beard. a made. plirea.(azi) does nol enrich him Othello III. 'fiafuI inspaimtntator pitor wreck rek epava gein dsem nestemata to gnaw no: a musea.~easta Lord! lo:d Duamne l bole haul gaura.woman.my ugly 'Agli urit as 'mere . viscos . morman ride de inestimable in 'estimohl nepretuit bone baun as lmvalued '1\n'v :elj u :dr:iepretuit by bai primprejur ~o seatttl. what pain it was to drown! What dreadful noise of water in. wi ilin. caniDa 'kronal Iurolnare 10 hurn out !ba:n 'aut a arde (pina tiptoe !tiptflU ~n virful p~c~oarel~r misty 'misti inceto~at. lucru de nimic 'lis --.it is 'twas . did once inhabit in'hrebit (azi) (rna) giudeam la prezeni onee inhabited . and. QUOTATIONS SHAKESPEARE Romeo: Night's candles are burnt out.ol giuvaer soul saul suflet ·who .'i . a ~terpeli to rob rob a' jefui that which . Who steals my purse steals trash.. 9. 'Twas mine.ms.md sau vesel.. dear my lord.din care mu~cau pestii wedge weds pana: ic .it was slave sleiv sclav thousands . [aici} lova. and has been slave to thousands. immediale i'ml:dlat nemijlocit . . iii. heaps of pearl. voios.Clarene. Ten thousand men that fishes gnaw'd upon. 'tis his.. sknD sktJ craniu. nothlng. mine ears! What ugly sights af death within mine eyes! Methought I saw a thousand fearful wrecks. IV. Lord. And mock'd the dead bones that lay scatter'd by. a se furi~a dreadful 'dredful ingrozitor there Wel'8 crept . 155.n dispre~ within.mkand logo I Good name in man and .~tia bottom 'botam (stra)'fun. hiad barM hule heist grabB.r"'. solifearfUl .s:. great anchors. there were crept.cel care steal sti il stole staul stolen 'staulan a Iura purse pa:8 pungll trash trreJ fleae.(aid) la dear my lcml . la~luit cindva lmi pare (forme unice) 10 creep kri :p crept. Juliet Clarenee.mii (de oaroeni/ persoane) to 18 19 .' 'sheta a :impra.eel care t~ filch tiltf a luta. in those holes Where eyes did once inhabit.(an) there had mine (fowsit pe atunci lnainte de erept . jocund day Stands tiptoe on the misty mountain tops. Lora! methought. As 'twere in scorn of eyes. i Ia capat] jocund 'd30k. a-~i heap hi:p gl'iitnada.se 8trecurasera/fu~asera o pooalif) . marea anehor 'regka ancora to inock mok a-~i bate joc de.ceea ce to enrich in'ritf a tmbogati not enriches him . 21. t1S something. Wedges of gold. (aici) lingou the deep di.socot.8S it were . But he that filches from me my good name Robs me of that which not enriches him And makes me poor indeed..pine dra~ .

.: only green hairy worms. Books are well written. de '" * Btupidity stju: 'piditi prostie The Critic as Artial 11'<1 'kl'itik a. tI. hairy 'heari pares wa:m vierme anxiously treoklasli ingrijorat nope . secure in my Job. Dumnezeu in sigul'an~8: job dsob slujba worries 'wAriz griji to reach for ri :tf a se intinde a :i.de fiecare data (clnd) 10 get drunk dl'Ank a se imblita to confjde (in) kanfaid a se destiiinui is to yield to it. reaching for his notebook.. no worries-" "Hmmm." "Have you seen a doctor?" asked his friend anxiously.ntinde mme sa ia dupa..z 'a~tist 'It [Definition of a cynic de~ av.. to declare di 'kle~ ." It's my wife .'RI··M" I II' "" "1"'1' 'I OSCAR WILDE (1854-1900) 'oska -waild There is no such" thing as a moral or an immoral book. doctor. conclusion ken 'klu:jD concluzie 'WHdl'ohe 'wo :draub garderob psychiatrist SID 'kaiatrist paihiatru to get home . 20 21 .naup. '. The only way to get rid of a temptation temptation tempteijan tentatie. .8 pazi .a scapa de to yield ji :ld a ceda I can resist everything to resist ri 'zis! a rezista except (la) '" temptation. and the value of nothing.nodness I at I ClUUe ~tie de ee "lIre s:i'kiud knOWB sa vin why sigur. Ibid. . "Goodness knows why. everything .' .eWltoms hOWle.E vorba de sotia she's . I found him in the wardrobe when I got home last night.. she's even hired a chap to guard them. "Nope ." "How do you arrive to this conclusion?" asked the psychiatrist.she has mea to hire haia' a angaja complex 'kompleks complex chap:tJ ~p tip.:)ullz hainelo' guard ga rd' .." Sam confided in his friend. "And how long have you been like this?" '" . Lady Windermere~B Fan 'Ieidi 'windamiaz '£am Evantaiul lady-ei Windermere There is no sin except stupidity. way wei cale ispitli to get rid of . deolara genius 'dJi :njas' geniu ." every time .toate. "I see hundreds of green hairy worms in my dreams." said the psychiatrist..:l 's~kl . ..." said the little man. orice *' ... mora' -moral moral immoral i 'mOl':l1 imoral Picture of Dorien (Pref~ce) lia 'piktS ar av 'do . 'ustamz '" ."It's my wife. "Well.I'm happily married. sin sin pacat except ik 'sept afare. price prais pret value 'vl:Illju: valoare 'mJn '" .no WOI"DI clj. lots of friends. '" I have nothing to declare except my genius. individ clothes kl.rian ( prefis -prefata) '" 'It JOKES- The Gray 'gJ'ci "Every time I get drunk. or badly written. "She has this complex about somebody stealing her clothes. '" Lady Windermere's Fan (At New York Custome House) 'haus vamlt '. A man who knows the prlce of everything." the patient told the p ychiatrist. That is all.a ajungeeeasa "My doctor insisted that I came to see you.

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"Walter! There's a BEETLE in my soup!" "I'm terribly sorry, Slir, we've run out of flies." beetle 'bi:tl gindae

LIMERICKS There once was an Ichtbycsaurua Who lived when the earth was all porous; When he first heard his name, He fainted With shame, And departed l.ong ages before UB. ·IphlhyouDrllS ilr6ia 'so :ras the earth (Ii ';):6 plmrl'ntul porDllS 'po rrcs POl'Oll firllt f;} .st (aici) prima dati shame f aim rU§IDe he mmteilwith shame - a lesinat de l'U~ine departed di 'pa .tid a plaoat, (aici) a murit, s-a stius . ages 'eicbiz veacuri, ere


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There was an old man of Peru Whe dreamt he was eating his shoe. He awoke in the night With. a t{!rrible fright And found it WQII perlectly true,

Pentru cuvintele neirrttlnite engles" din Vol. 4.

in cursul lec~iilQr,consllItati

"VQcabulal' I'{l~n-



CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO 'tf rept;) -twenti 'tu:

It was ten past six and the guests had not arrived yet. By six o'clock Moruca had finished her preparations for the farewell party: she had made the sandwiches, cut the chocolate cake, boiled the kettle for tea or coffee, and laid everything on the table in the garden. For it was to be a garden party, you know. The weather was beautiful. It had continued to be beautiful for the last two weeks and there were no signs of rain. So why not have a garden party? It's much more Iun. 2. Andrei had been of great help to her. He had helped her carry the table and the chairs into the garden. Then he had run quickly to the grocer's to buy some sugar. They had run out of sugar the day before and Monica had completely forgotten to buy some .. And before that he had helped her to do the packing. There still was a lot of luggage to carry, although they had sent the heavier things, mostly books, by railway. S. And the guests? There they were, coming in at the garden gate one by one. First Iris, running into the house with a basketful of roses in her hand, followed at "Somedistance by Sue. Then Mike, who was bringing up the rear. They were met in the hall by Andrei and Maruca. They shook hands and exchanged greetings and smiles. Monica I. 1.



Era ~ase ~i zece ~i musafuii nu sosiserli: inca. Pina la ora ~as.e Monica terminase pregatirile pentru petrecerea de adio: fa_cuse sarrvi~urile, Uiase tortu1 de oiecolata, Iieesese apa pen~ru ceai sau cafea ~i pusese totul pe masa din gradina .. Caci avea sa fie un garden party! ~tili. Vremea era frumoasa. Se mentmea frumoasa de dOIl.a.saptiimtnl si nu erau semne de ploaie, Asa os. de ee sa nu dai un garden party? Are mult mai mult h~z. ' . . 2. Andrei ii fusese de mare ajutor. 0 a.)utase sa duca masa ~l scaunele in griidinii. Apoi daduse fuga pina la haeanie sa cumpere niste zahar: Terminasere zahiiru1 tn ajun ~i Monica uitase cu totul sa. cumpere. Sl inainte de aeeasta 0 ajutase sa faca bagajele. Mai aveau inca mult hagaj de transportat, de~i trimisesera luorurile mai grele, in majoritate car~, ell trenul. . -. B. ~i musafirii? Iata-i intrlnd pe poarta gradinii unul cite unul. Mal indi Iris intrind in easa alerglnd, cu un co, en trandafiri in .wna,. urmata l~ oarecare distan~a. de Sue. Apoi Mike, care 1ncheiacoloana. Au fost tntlmpinali in vestibul de Andrei ~i Monica. $i-~u d~t min~ ~i au schimbat politeturi ~i ztmbete. Monica le-a multumit lUI Sue ~l



isn't it?"·· "What makes you think that?" Monica asked..m her' eyes. Da. $. talking about one thing and another. hai sa iesim In gd." Iris whimpered. din eea eu capul de hour in ea. . Sue" nuera a noastrli. . let's all go out into the garden. . . They had heen sitting for a couple of minutes. ]iunny. Care . it wasn't ours l" «'Sorry. -oi. "Because you are leaving and I shan't see you again. 28 . I'Whieb review?" "Now Mike.?" Monica asked. de alta. cind Andrei intrehii deodatii. .. "The philatelic review?" he cried.revistli? . Mike." <I[ shall miss you too. Mai avea Inca laorimi in ochi.J Mike started. you haven't heen listening. They said it was for Miss Cora. .." "But Sue..ullI. chiar daea era. "Well. Au ie~it eu t!llii in. 5. And while they were doing it they kept whispering to each other and giggling.)i mie are sii-mi fie dol' de tine. ~i :in tunp ce se ocupau eu aceasta. They had already talked the matter over.f. when Andrei suddenly asked. Bineinleles cli i-am Hisat 11-0 decupeze.Inri pare . Discutaserii despre aeeasta chestiune.r9.Fiindcii pleci ~i n-am sa te mai vll. Yes.dina. the one with the aurochs' head in it. Whose was it? 6. "0 Mike.De ee? a. It was obvious that hill had been crying. . Iris a recunoseut eli pltnsese. and I'll tell you how and when. . I didn't know it wasn't ours.u. . There still were tears . *• They all went out into the garden and sat down on chairs round. "Why?" Monica asked anxiously. discuUnd de una. Era limpede ca Irispllnsese.Vai. Ziceau ca in tinerete fusese 0 pasionata coleetiouara de thnhre. Iris ~i-a ridicat oehii spre Monica. m-ai speriat. fnmlcii avea ochii ro~ii. gradinii ljIi s-au a~ezat pe scaune In jurol meseL ~edeau de citeva minute."'" 111' r ::-:":-~. Jeff and Jerry cut out the aurochs' head from the philatelic review-. . his admitted that she had been crying. It looked perfectly genuine. thanked Sue and Iris for the flowers. lntrebat Monica ingrijorati1.. Mike tres!iri. She had always longed to have an aurochs' head in her collection. She said she had never seen such beautiful roses in all her life..." Mike told him that the boys had gone to fetch Miss Cora. .nu? . .Dar cee cu Jeff ljIi Jerry? Era vorba sli.d.ee te face sa erezi asta? intrebli Monica. . Ziceau caeste pentru Miss Cora. Ei. Deunilzi Jeff ~i Jerry m-en rugat sa-i las sa decupeze 0 reproducere a marcii cu cap de bour dintr-o revista filateliea.Ba da. ~i am sii-ti spun cum ~i ctnd. for her eyes were red.: . Arata perfect autentica." said Sue. what about Jeff and Jerry? They were supposed to come too. n-ai fast atent.Vai. "That reminds me. de cind e nu a rnai vazut asemenea trandafiri frumo~i. Ciudat. scumpule. Monica. you startled me. care nu fusese atent. "Iris" have you heen crying. vma ~i ei: Mike ii spuse ca baielii se dusesera B-O aduca pe MISS Cora.la un cap de bour in coleetie. A very good reproduction too. Totdeauna l~i dorise sa aiJ. even if it was only a reproduetion. spuse Sue." ai 'pUns? a hltrebat Monica.Ce e ciudat? intreba Mike. Zicea ell. the tahle. nu ~ti8imca nu era a noastra. Monica. 6. They said that as a young girl she had been a passionate stamp collector. ~oar ~ reproducere.of course I let them cut it out. Iris. you will.Dae. Jeff IjIi Jerry au decupat capul de bourdinrevista filatelica ." "How? And when? I shall miss you. Sue s-au privit cu iuteles." Monica and Sue looked at each other knowingly. ai sa ma mai vezi. Iris looked up at Monica. they said.Mi-atn adus aminte de ceva. A cui era? 29 . tot ~opteau intre ei ~i chicoteau. Iris. Monica f. sctnci Iris. .Din revistafilatelic!? striga el. Il~' 1'1" I'~ 'I" II '1111'1rl r'II"lI' "II 1"11. au ZlB. Mike. "The other day Jeff and Jerry asked me to Jet them cut a reproduction of the aurochs' head stamp from a philatelic review.. "What's funny?" said Mike who hadn't been listening. ~ Cum? ~i cind? Are sa-mi fie dol' de tine. Wen. . Ieis. yes. ~i era 0 reproducere foarte buna.. Iris. lui Iris pentru flori. darling. 'll1"'rr'r'lllIlIt~lrIMl~n'~I'II~1I1'1I1ijtl"lI"i'I"1I11'11111III 4.

de un prieten. Mai avem un exemplar in lara. hnt they had kept silent." ' "NO'. Then he smirked. lnfaet. .. "How and when?" asked Iris. Ge fala rava~itli are. binemtelcs.. "I lind it's an excellent idea. de ni~t'e pcieteni de-ai no~tri. Se ridiqara cu totii de pe scaune .. the Lees. 8.Cum ~ cind ce? intrebli Mike. "-hy Moni.. 0 cara intre ei. .Vrei sa spui ca voi amindoua ali diseutat cbeetiunea in spatele meu? se prefacu Mike a fi suparat. ... de un prieten de-al men . Min Cora are fata l'ava~ita.by some friends of ours-c-" Then his face lit up.Monica and Andrei->" "And me-" Iris cried. Jeff and Jerry are almost carrying her between them:" They all rose tram their chairs.'" said Sue. . I teU you ." Sue said. . spuse Sue.~i eu mine . Rate intr-adevlr a u.are g'ling to spend our SUmmer holiday in Romania with ." 7.. "How and. de-al nostru . spuse Sue. muljumese. in Romania eu Monica ~i ell Andrei . ne vom petrece concediul de Vine. SUe.. atenfi.erry.9i cu tine.ca and Andrei. scumpn. "What are you talking about Iris? Your question is perfectly irrelevant. It's aU right. Mike. Jeff ~i Jerr.. . . Uita~i·vii.Vai. dar tacusera. asta. Andrei. ziae ea. . laughed. Noi. Mullumesc. Iris t~i ridiea privirile. Apoi se lumina la fa!a." Sue sa~d. review.suslinuta de 0 parte ~i de alta de catre Jeff ~i J. Iris? Intl'ebareata e complet anapoda." Sue said.Uite-O' pc Miss Cora ell Jeff ~i Jerry. I was going to suggest it myself. Apoi zimhi..Nu. $i aeum sa treeem laamanunte ." she said. ."1 was lent it.. Andrei. care de cinci minute sa tot foia... 'Sue.. . Iris ~tie ee vorheste. Miss Cora looks haggard. darling!" .by a friend of ours.Doamne sfinte l {lieu Mike. "We have another copy back at home.Mike. We" that is we. striga rds. . when what?" Mike asked. .Mike. Monica and' I have been talking the matter over. . eu tOlii.. spuse Mike. " Miss Cora did look haggard as she staggered forward.E in ordine..d you.. "How baggard she looks." Andrei reassured them.Mike said. De cine? Stai sa-mi adue aminte .by a friend of mine. Monica ~i cu mine am discutat chestiunea. ~i cu Jeff ~i Jeny. "Iris knows what she is talking about. asa. f?tiusera tot timpul cit era yorba de revista lor. Acum fip." "By whom?" "Now let me remember. Mi-a fast Imprumutata. - . voiam ~i eu sa propun. "Good gracious I" said Mike. de Monica ~i Andrei 7.Da. They had known all the time that it was their. spuse Sue. Thank you. . Monica..Cum ~i cind? intreba Iris. de haz.urare. "But Mike-" Sue said. "Yes. Now let's get down to details-" Iris raised her head. 8. adicli noi familia Lee. Nu face nimie... vii spun.Mike. held by Jeff and Jerry on either side. Monica. Fata lui Miss Cora chiar arata afi ravii~ita a~a cum inainta impletieindu·se. De rapt. Ce tot spui. who had been hetting for the last five minutes.Dar Mike.ere are Miss Cora and Jeff' and Jerry. "Tp. just for the fUD of it. "It's all right. zise Sue ridictndu-se de pe scaun. "Look.. as she rose from her d1air. . thank YO"U.y aproape eli. "It's all right. NO'w listen everybody." "Ob. . "Do you mean to say that the two of you have been talking the matter over behind my back?" Mike pretended to be angry. "An. Monica ~i Andrei incepudi sa dda. Monica and. ami Jeff and Jerry of eourse. Cred eli este 0 idee excelll:nta. This is' III relief.Nu face nimie. . Andrei. . zise Sue... ii lini~ti Andrei.

. He knows aU about it. raise).. Johnston is he? .'it : ~... whom. He left hIS umbrella at home.i'I~' I ! 1. He was given to underst~Dd. She gave the hoy an apple (2 posihili3. ? • .. '" .. At .8..tay)~ 11. IndicaJi care dintrs eie se trulluc Tl'llce# urmdtoarele au datipul: 22.Picasso's pi'kresau(z).. He doesn't think it is possible. my daughter (remember.... 5.. The telegram was lent [by me) yeateJ'day. did you lend my dictionary? 8... (risen.. 22.. The noise startled them. 9....~! "" '" "'~~1~1~1"- - 1 '" 'rr -t 1""111"1 "1"'1'1'1 [11"1'1111 'I' '"l''''II'nr '~I "" ". Da# alenfiB fUlZurilor in care intel'ogatillul se formeaza cu sau flir(/.. S. I borrowed this book from the library. In . yellterday. you of (remember. The cats were (lying. did you meet at the seaside? 7••. from his chair (rose. .The one who lives in Edinburgh.a la urmti. You d. 8..2 . (b) 1. car did you drive? .. jos in situatie de subordonare rata de eel pulm una dm propozl/ule principale: He liaid that .. 'twenti 'tu: 'fo: propozi{ii la paairJ... which... It 15 my mistake. me to tell you something (remember.2. me of a fnend of rome (remember. 1'emind). She rang the bell twice._ I admitted that . The sun ... to whom.•..emind)? 15.. 'twenti 'lu: 'faiv (a) . .. facind 0 olegere logica: ...... 'twenti 'tu: 'WAn (a) Adauga# . lain p 7... whose.. You .S.. He lent me some French books (2 posibilitdli). the ta ble (laid. I can't .. his has been crying. . in hed [lie...1 ' .#). 1. ? 6.t made you .. did you. They have forgotten his name. pr0l!0ziFiile de rnai sus la Past zntrebiir:ile dlsJunctwe .. is his name? 3. raise).... a.. They told me to try again. .. . 10. If he is ill why doesn't he . ~ 7. . ... lay). (start.. You haven't seen him hefore. She understood that "'.. He has been waiting for us for almost an. did).. _I 4. 9.corespunzatoare. 22... Brown's. 22. 7. (started. daughter did he marry? . startled).. what: (a) 1 •. 1..... his name (remember... I..inl.. They spend a lot of money on books. in the East (rise~. .. of them were they talking? (b) Traduce# 22. raised).. raised).. . 3. U1. your hand 1f you know [rise.. It isn't so l~te. tu: (c) Rescrie# propozifiile de mai 8U8 (b). Mike . happens in Chapter II? 6.S. 1... You '" me (started. 6. He has been trying hard. She has never had such fun. Mike has got a new car._ He t01l1me d1at . 1rUreMrile Model: SUB borrowed a magazine {rom the lwl'aJ'y. Don't there without doing anyt. 14:What does this melody 'meladi . 2. 6.. By .. Intreb4ri: (a] Who bonowed a magazine from the library? 33 .. 'twenti 'tu: 'tu: Pe feet TeQSet adi1. remind). .PuneJi propozi#~l~. .at) la unnt1toarele propozisii . 2... 2. They knew that . Do you . He did his best.. did you lend my bicycle? 2. starUe)? 17. se 1'01' 1'eferi pe rind la (weare parte a propozisiei... 5. aid of him.. laytng) under the table: 3...My father's.1. picture did they look? . hour. 4... remind).MIIIr. I haven't been driving too faat... 4. your hat (rise. de ~i. When I heard the n015e I .. am an: CompletaJi 8par:iile goale au who.rebi1ri dwjunctil'e (nu-i u.ugind Model: I Bent the telegram 'teligr 111m. 'twenti f tn limba romlina frazele '6ri: astfel obJinute..Mr. . '" .. raises). For . .Our new neighboul'. ? 2. You haven't been told.. is the capital of Spain? 10 . did Sue cut eleven roses? 3. AlegeJi din parantezal'erbul potrif.. 6. EXERCISES remind)? 12 . put the flowers? 5. 'twenti 'tu: 'sib FormulaJi intl'ebari la care propoziFiile de mai jos pot constitui raspunsuri. When you meet a lady.. Have you . IlL The sun has . 16.. 4... do (does. 7 5. startled).? 8..6.. of you did he address the letter? '4.hing (lie.. ? 9.. 6. . . ? 4.on't thIDk It possible.ez'ind prepozip.... 32 22. (bt !rec'!fi. 7 3.. was that man? .. 10. My family met me at the airport. There was no mistake. About .. 8. 9. . of them do you want? S.. were you lent the money? 7. Wha. To .

i SUI' impreunli eu copm aveau glnd si-. sugar. ) abia putea merge.8. talking. Clnd tn 8ftr~it au Bosit musafirii.i Mills Cora nu erau printre ei. as. Am tnleles ei. that.m.. '" to carry. Tocmai clnd voiau 8ft treaci Ia aminunte. to drink IS.au . out. and. smiles.Mike sent a telegram from Rome Iast nigh~. 6. De cine iti aminteste hufnita (awl auI) astal' Mi·a. staggered.. A rLurwt (to confess k.colleetor. Era 8ustin-utli de 0 parte ~i de alta de Jeff . De ee nu-lla. IntoBl'ci ~D RomA. a. they. there. tP inca una foarte interesanti. Nu ~tiam oil am. to tell 16. 'twenti ItU: D. roses. Jeff ~i Jerry se duge8erii 11-0 aduel MiSB Cora. amiaaa. had. hancis. to be.. (b) 1. shook.S flira cbibrituxi. to wear. '. day.? Hemazea (remark Pi 'ma ~kJ dv . to carry-So to stop . a chit toate piesela lui Shakespea:re. all.a asigurat (to a8Bure .? 32. Pentru cine aiadus scaunul? 31. had... 5. 13."'" . Are 0 coleetie de timbre. in. Miss Cora came to our house in a taxi. Credeam cA avem destul timp. matter.rl lucrurile mai grele. forward. already. Jeff ~i Jerry. Mike . B. about. 19. Care (selectill: dintre aeeste r~spnn8uri) este aI dv. Andrei and Monica sent two of the trunks by railway. to lay 2.nut !Iii I!pui asta (Uwt)?26. to to think 12. Monica pl'egUise totul pentru reuniunea de adio. 6. Miss Cora. Ce te-a . passionate. Ce I-a fleut sa tr~8at~? 29. Mike brought his friend's tape-reeorder ('teip·ri'ko:da magndrlfon) for the party. de alta. 7. Care dintre ele este a o"ILri1? 30.Revista mr era a.egulate Bend 8. and. 34 TraduceJi 2n limba engleza: (8) MOnill1l ~i Andrei urmau sA. to fetch 7. 3. 25. her. before. tncl mai avea lacrimitn ochi. haggard. Miss Cora avea 0 priviee rltliciUi .nu puteli vem la timp.tntreb eeva. life. Miss £ora. tn cea mai mare se 35 . Plnli.opoziliile demaiios.on'fes) cA.weather. to fret 6.. fi eunosc ill prim1i. the. 21. "a. the. the. party. did. Luali (ctte) 0 lingura de doetorie dupl1 care masa:.llIl1dn!l·cupintelfJlno1. Am citit toate (all of) piesele lui Shake'pt'lll'e. cu tra1l8C1'ierea lor foneticil: (8) ne. talked. 6.rohat·o de ee a pllns. . N-o ali pltngl [ 28.oIJua) nu s-a intimplat nimic. 2.-ti fie dol. 12. 'twenti 'tU: 'eit Reconatituili. 20. A. . Am t. lIerbe. lor.9. '. Flcuserl hegajele . p. are..7.ill) este 1'. Zieean ei este pentru Miss Cora. continued.c1. chihrituri. a lot. to hide 15. last.. over. partidp:lul ~t . two. nede·. she. M.girl. E cam £rig. it.i participial rmU) dk urmdtoarelo. Iris..nia IlL doua zi. tbey. spa:lali pe dinli. had. 5. she. as. such.4I'ut Miss Ccir.vua:. said.eli. heen. Sue had talked to MoDioa about their holiday.still. Andrei Ii fusese de mare ajutor. luggage. Adu-wi aminte te . rimae fltre.. Are sA.. . I. dat seama (to realize lri<'llaiz) eli Be preface numai eli e snphat.soseasci. Daeabagajele sint prea grele. O. said.i este primli.IUWlul dv. of.i Jerry.' de mine? 17.lor oorecta: 1. Apoiau vorbit de una. 22. 2. beautiful. Care (neselecl. had.&1& a [b] What did Sue do? (II) What did SUB borrow from the library? (d) Where did Sue borrow a megazino fJ:'DJDP 1~ Mr. gazdele au vbut (found) eli Jeff. look. to (b) regulate 1. to play 6. for" 'nain parte carli. to put ll. Pllnsese fiindcl Monica leea. she. you? 9.. la ora ~a8ej (lind oaspetii urman sA.a ~i eei doi bai. stamp. :r·am trimis (ei) un eo~ eu fiori. Monica.!?tiam el il cunosti din primaval'a trecuUi. beautiful.ase ~i zece dupli. Le fuseae tmprumutatB. evident nil o. 2. ~ring 14. WIlB. Brown borrowed Mr. Jol. Sue. 1& Discutaseriim deja ohestiunea. greetings. exchanged. Monica ~i Sue diseut lIerA deja ehestiunea.. they. 14..inea . DU este la ohiect (este neola-object). to suggest. en teenul. 9. run.i trimisese. what. Iris pHnse!e. 'twenti 'tu: 'sevn Dati formde p"i~cipal6 (treeul1d.ammtit deodatl cl JeH ~i Jerry tiiiaserii a reproducere a pullli de hour wntr-o revistl filatelici. Am rlim. had. weeks. SQe~i-a ...nu-~i aminte~te de el.. seen. Era.i 'sa vina eu mine'? 21. strigat alit de are tQoit (thal. 8.) a spenat-n pe Sue • . Era ora . Ai pUns! IS. to mean 7. 1. 10. 16. never. to buy 6.vara trecuta. garden. Nu ~tjam ci·ti plae copiii. to lie 5. of..veau nimic sa-~i spuna. de. 22. young. and. was. Smith's umbrella. to keep 9. to spend So to hold 4. to admit 2. Ciudat! Clnd Mike a auzit de revist~ filateliol a tresmt. to shake 10. 11.. the.B..i petraacA vacanta de varl in Romania. u uitati '[aduceli-vli alDinte] sa vA. a. 4. S. Mi· a spus eli. rimite·le pe ealea terata. 22.TY .1. Nu CIiDOSO multi oameni [multA lume] (people pi: pI) in acest ora.

Whose philatetic rc\'1i. 6.as the philatelic review Mike's? l~ .t tu r1'ta:n 'h~ a:ftar a 'lou . 'twenti 'tu: . b. Had Iris been crying? 1. b.. Was the weather heau:tifuJ? 3. When were Andrei and Monica leaving? 10.ests did Inot d 'raiv '0:1 at !Sa 'seim 'taim fnll stop wi' Did the guests arrive at six o'clock or after six? Willi Mike bringing up the real' or was Iris? Ha.!Iris's question Tclevant? 12.spundeti la urmatoarde intreMri.fi zece.f)i\lz ta 'pmk amd. -- 'nau 'wai 'daef .s. b. -b.. a. 9.• Was . daeti revista filatelica era a lin Mike. a cui era revista filatenca. Ill"auprivit Monimll fi Sue.. Did Jeff and J CITY and Miss CarR come at last? 14.da. Ilea 'frendz and 'neihaz full atop lie 'e.an aurochs' head in. Will Iris miss Monic. How many roses were there in the hasket?' 1. b. daeii familia Lee avea de gind ~a-~i petreaea vacanta de Val'a in Romania. 'hauID ju' 'ka:nt 't~ik 'evri6iu will ju' on !la 'plein semi-cnlon [u. de ce plinsese Iris.8. Who were the gaests met by? 8. a. W.Mike Qr to Andrei? Were the Lees gojng to spend their summer holiday in Romania..iM. : 1. (h) Dati r. daca veemea era frumoasa. 4.mas 'send 'maust av [e. ce ora era.'MgI.. Were there any sigllll of rain? 4. 'What was the weather like? 3•. daca I:cis pltnsese. 8. Why had Iris been crying? 9. to do the packing? Diu the hosts and the guestsehake hands? 6.li:st dash'ju' 'h~v ta 'giv d 'feawel 'pa:ti.i dare a Miss Cora .:111. cum. JU' wil 'si:' full stop.ea finished her preparations hy six o'clock? 2.)U 'mem .d. a. . By what time had Monica finished her preparations? . dacli Andrei a ajutat-o pe Monica Ia (wifk) treabli. What things had. .ms been crying or had Sue? Did they sit down on chairs or in al'lDchail's? Uid the philatelic review belong to . a. de cine nvafi dor lui Iris. Ji· Ii· had 'gOD ta 'ko:ra 'lnki ta ~i' 'held antil 'nekst 22. a new paragraph mo 'nikar and Bn'drei wa 19i:viu a 'feawe} 'pa:ti dash a 'ga.)t lIara 'S.22.n.b 'lo:8t bat 'not '.? s.Sa a. Had Andrei helped Monica. ce-. daca Miss Cora ifi dorea sa aiha: un cap de bour. 'twenti 'tu . 9. 1. 4. unde aveau degind sli-~i petreaca vacanta d. a. 10. daca era o]t'.10. b. b. Was the weather beautiful or .a? . a. or in France? 1'~ Did Miss Cora look happy or did she look haggard? (c) Ri1. Did Miss Cora ~ook haggard.2. Hadn't Mow. 'ten DICTATION wen ju' .heir summer holiday? (d) li1trebap in limba englezii L a. Who were the roses for? fi.8.'d3eri had 'not a'l'aivd 'jet colon bei 'fetf _'mis 'ko:rd full stop bat wll' 'daunt 'nan 'iet 'wai 'mis 'sflll'hoogdd wen 'keim in at _lIa 'geitand 'wai 'hal~ hat "dJef 0n 'd3tlo on 'aioo 'said full stop Iwe] comma 'welt 'lesn and. cine a ajutat-o pe Monica la treabii. b. Had Andrei helped Monica 01' had Miss Cara helped her? 36 37 . daca Monica Vi Sue s-au privit cu inteles.'faind ij. Were Jeff and J e:rrysupposed to come too? '9" Didn't the reproduction . dael lui Iris ii va fi dol' de Monica. 6.of the aurochs' head look genuine? 10 .e va:r~.EI . Are the Lees going to spend their summer holiday in Romania? IS.iZe de mai jus: 1.}U 'IDeni '6ilJz ta 'du: full stop lU' 'haw ta 'sel 'gUit 'hal tu 'sau 'meni 'pi:pI commarju' Ihaw ta ldu: lie 'prekiu dash !}lld ju.bad? S. daea Mike e-a prefacut cli e suparat. Who had helped Monica with the packing? 4l. Where were the Lees going to spend t. 7. full stop it ju' '£lai Ihook. a. her coDection? 11.comma '1~t1 'taim !lara 'S.)1' di'hau. b. cwn 'era veemea. 3.aae . a.ew was it? 12. 11.:dn 'pa :uit waz t3 'hi: dash ta 'witJ !lei had in'vaitid.• Who had always longed to have. la intrebtlrile de mai [o«: 1.upun8uri scurt.d3 comma '0:1 ro 'hevi 'Ohlz av 'kO:8 aomma hai 'reilwei full stop. they sent by railway? 5.5. 5. Were Moniea and Andrei giving a welcome party or a farewell party? 2.Hevn (a) Dall ritspul18uri lungi fi S'curte La tntreba. :2.

i... a.. count a hundred (and if the other fellow is stronger than :rou..-'a' 'I' 'em .ca..J~ breed bri:d l'a. .rth a:6 pliInint ~en tIle cat is away the mice win play. . Some slain in ~ar.'ti: _ 'eitf 'ei 'Jl.prefaeut Mike ell e Buparat.n. h... Some haunted by lithe ghosts they have deposed j 38 39 . . d .inecnvtntat plot plot ogor realm relm regat.81.I'd..uthot SPEU.a: 'ke] ..'. '>.'a: 'l: 'PI: 'a: '.Marte Eden 'i:dn Eden dC'lmi. this little world.. In a~ the door. . '. a] u en. 31: .INc sau !lowed saud sown saun a semana ChOO8etJu:z ehose tfauz chosen tfauzn a a1ege '0 : autor !lOW eomlt aa Ia 0 8uta the other fellow (tip I ihdlvid) a hundred . .. This other Eden. (aid) in(1l'Ustata to serve s. 'b' " '. re~edinta Marl!< ma:z . happier .'el 'e! 'h..I 'en' 3'1: 'el 'wai . count a thousand).Df. 'eitJ 'au 'iu: 'dsi: 'eitJ ..:Iu Idil 'J'u' .erty comes.J:V a sluji.. . When po~. de ce nu ztmhea Miss Cora cind a venit.. • 'es 'b ' 'kel' 'di: ..mara 'febu pina celaIalt IlAKESP'EARE QUOTATIONS - SfJ1'iqi cuvintele de mai jO/1 tn ortowafia curentd . Many things grow in the garden that were never sown there. :~]: 'Q!l'en 'ti: laj 'en 'ju: Ii: 'w-:.. slujba in the office of .12.:!llna aeuaea graun a cre.s ceptru I ail insula . this seat of MIl1'8.. 'i.'es 'ju: 'dAblldJi: 'i. JU: 'a.al..spilii Ilet set ~ezatli. (ly&1 'roiaI regal.. This happy breed of men.. {deaparare) def~ive dl'fensi v care apllri envy 'envi i:nvidie.ll. regesc II. 'JU: 'ai 'en 'i. This precious stone set in the silver sea. AS!linBt the envy o! less bap~ier hl. When angry.'pi: 'eitf~ 'Ri 'e1 'ei 'ti: 'i: -: 'e~ This royal throne of kings.lef 'ju. 'tl: 'el 'dAbl'o:ri: 'i: 'a: 'i: 'di! .fection in 'fekIn molipsire us stone 'preJas 'staun piatri prelioasii IIfI8t ... 22.nd 1mnd lara blessed 'hlesid b.L. de ~e 11-:'.'i: 'eks 'si: 'eitf 'ei 'en 'd3i: '1..~:.sceptered 'septad en ~. loveOies out at the window.e1 . ''''''."at 'dAhl'a: Ii: 'el 'i: 'vi: 'ei 'en 'ti: _ 'ei len 'dsi: -. infection and the ha~d ?f war. . this reahn. thi earth of majesty.. thiS earth.'a: 'i~ 'em 'ai 'en 'di. ' • ''el1: 'ai'S]:. Choose an author as you choose a friend. demi-paradise. ..-. 'twen. ' :' 'a' d" .joaca a zhura to tLrow tlrau threw Oru: tluown to grow graugtew gru: ~OWD O!.(azi) lees happy I8..-I 'eJt~ 'dAbl 'au 'kei . ..'.te pol'eny 'po"VQtj sfiracie 1Il0DBe rmredJistI maiestate sl:t Hica~. this scepter'd isle.: 'es . in chip de wall wo:l xiII moat maut SIl. This blessed plot. pizma lesa. L em 1: 1: '8: . . mice mais ~oal'ece 10 by :f]ai flew flu: f10lm flaun will play . d. daca Miss Cora zimhea ctnd a venit.'a: 'i: 'vi: 'ai 'iI 'oAhlju:'es. 40 II For God's sake let us sit upon the gl'ound And tell sad stories of the death of kings: I(ow SOme have been deposed.. maus pl. . fire h. PROVERB.nds. 6raun tron ". h....1. this England.']: 'en... Give a man luck and throw IlilU into the sea... 'a'.a . .!i 'tu: tu 10 'twelv .nu. Which serves it in the offioe of a wall Or as a moat defensive to a heusa.fIptu'd .. 'eo'ef 'ju: 'dAhl'eo '~al-:.. This fortress built by Nature for herself gaiast.'dAhlju: 'eitJ 'si 'em 'pi. imphatie King Richard II. a servi office 'olis ofioiu.paradise 'dew 'P H!radais emi-paeadis o eaa'fo:triB fortareall NaclU'e 'neit!a natura. en au ~. 'em 'al '. u.

mad . marepe. sfat antic 'eentik hufon.fear'd and kill with looks.S (aid) intr-o asemenea stare sufleteascli at the Wt . ' '" '" '" 41 40 ..of.vain seH-eoneeit . All murder'd : for within the hollow crown Tha L round" the mortal temples of a king Keeps Death his court and there the antic sits. 81d slew slu: slaiu slein Q.wives.a:r Ii hrass bra:s alamii.J When a stupid man is doing something he is ashamed . spectru to poison 'poizn a otl'iivi sleeping kiJI'd . a rahda it wonld be it wud hi· ar Ii hen hel iad Man and Superman. maecarici to scoff skof a-~i hate joe de state steit (aid) putera. a produce wealth weHI a vutie Candida. it would be hell to bear bed bore bo: borne ho:n a suporta.privire. and farewell king! for God's sake seik pentru (numele lui) Dumnezeu ground graund pamtnt to depost. r~bt rait drept to consmne kan 'sju:m a consume happiness 'hsepinis fericire producing it to produce pra 'djurs. 'esei eseu Dramatic dram setik Opinions a 'pinjanz II. scena.killed sleepingueisi in somn to murder 'ma:da a asasina within wi'llin in hoDow 'holau gol.. (aiei) timpul ctt line 0 simple. there is no eminent writer. '" * With the single exception of Homen. As if dris flesh which walls about our life Were brass impregnable. "ingle 'sing] singur. (aici) divan.RB if . aramil impreguahlll im 'pregnahl de nepatruns humour'd thus 'hju .t di 'paul'l a detrona to ala. (aid) a face pe monarhul he fear'd . . he . Infusing him with self and vain conceit. I II..1 A lifetime earth.tl GEORGE BERNARD SIlAW (1856-1950) Id30 :d3 'ha :nad 'Jo: We have no more right to consume happiness without than to consume wealth without producing it. 'mren and 'sju:pamren Act I lifetime 'laiftaim 0 viata (~ntreaga) ali. he always lltHPCS that it is his duty. To monarohize..infumurare de~artii . (alai) en .Some poison'd by theit. a mortal temple inciAge. ucide to haunt ho :nt a Mntui ghon gaust stafie.. (aici) (de) pe lume could kuu ar putea . Scoffing his 51-ate and grinning at his pomp.hie .tn cele din urma pin pin ac (cu gamMie) to bOr~ ho: a gll. to wall about . a little scene. unic ception iksepjn excep1ie Jlomer 'hauma lI'uuoent 'eminent eminent lIot even 'not i:vn nioi chiar Sir Walter Scon 's9: 'wo:lta 'skot III despise dis 'paiz a dispretui t'I entiIeJy in 'taiali in mtl'egime.. ii. AcL keeps Death . whom I can despise so entirely as I despise Shakespeare when r measure my mind against his.~il.Death keeps court ko:t curte. 155 OR 1.feared fiad sa fie temut looks . gaunos crOWD kraun coroana to round raund a toconj ura. 'k eendida . .ve ::daiv in vialli. 52 and 'lUd Essays 'eseiz .ert conceit kan 'si:t tnchipuire self and vain eoneeit . 'ntD'. marestate to grin grin a l'inji pomp pomp pompii.ut·i eastle 'ka:sl castel Ibid. splendoare to allow a 'Jan a lngadui.a tmprejmui en un zid were . or happiness! .. No man alive could bear it. some sleeping kill'd . to monarclUz.ca ~i cum flesh ftef carne.. a permite 'tenwl muritor timpta breath bree respiratie . fast.at last .e 'mon. totH! to meRBlII'e 'me Ja a masura mind maind minte against "'gens1 sau a'geiJ1st impotriva. priviri to infuse in 'fju:z a insufla vain vein de. and humour'd thus Comes at the last and with a little pin Bores through his castle wall. not "ven Sir Walte:r Scott.akaiz a domni. trup . Allowing him a breath.a sa essa. [aici} scurt ragaz Beene si: D scena .

• .!nl"'~r. ( aici) Vl'ep to _quest ri 'kwest a cere ~y 'kllosli supal'at this time . (aici) a aerie edative 'sedativ sedativ. "Ilrink. oul . eu gravitate how lo.['m worried.gl'esiv. It makes you quarrelsome and it makes you angry w~th your landlord.and he is. ·. I ""I 'r'Il~I'I'III!l W'l"lll IIhqlid 'stju:pid orOst he is ashamed . "is the greatest curse kno~n to mortal man. J' 'J . . duhuri. he's a kangaronl" . spirits 'spirits 1•." sbe said. 'lrendlo:d proprietar to shoot fu:t ~ol. o !low bas youI' little DO'y been behaving this week?" enquired the I '.how long has Uris been going on?" asked the psychiatrist. but we don t serve spirits bere. a intra in rOom kan 's. ..utun ~lcoobce 2.. e~ . hi!!I. inchipulre •• you miDd (textual) ave~ ceva contra. "Sorry." ghost gaust stafio. "How long's what been going on?" asked the patient..~1'''1'1~[11'' ". "And this time.de data aceaata She: "Be an angel and let me drive. led led a (con)duce k reUg3'ru : cangur 'I'll .' ". elr.3D iluzie. I. Iumgaroo to lead li:d IN. st861 to stammer • '" • very agitated mother took her son to a clinic. The next appointment was a k later.~ a glass of . seen lJahy mouse Lat bset Iiliae • II< A. sir. pub and asked fo.. spirite.ell a vazut The patient was explaining to the l'sycmatnst tbat bis memory had I"riously deteriorated. . (aid) a slabl . . pui de ~oarece to rusb PAl a se rellezi (that) it had seen . iks '. II 'red3iteitid agitat(a) 'klinik clinicl 'Doizi gAIA~o!l r 1""8 a 'gresiv I)." said the preacher. a 1'13daota. don't both speak at oncel" II inking that there I'I keep crossly.. ..and It makes you .. how long has thiS been gomgon? de (Jindtine asta ? ~vely 'greivli grav. The psychiatrist made out a prescription for a sedative [Ol'got to pacify who was to take it.. the child was noisy nggresilive." "Do you mind saying that again?" requested the psychiatrist. 'I'" .I mother shrugged.1."s .. about my husband. doctQr.. specify 'spesifai a specifiea to llUlke . 10 Iltroll straul mto agale tn to ask Cor ~ 11 cere a intra 'st a-rno a se bilbli .• " • . * 11<' * it had.a tntoemi.. "Tell me ." stammered the frlghtened harman.Whisky. uteI' 'enta rU'm . 8l'C two of me. . Caesar and Cleopatra." He did . 'si :zar and kliapa :tril 10KES Act 111 I disturbing dis'ta:bm eu totul I oit sepoate de nelini~titOare . IDlSS.) Jeimd of de care e rn~inat In este rusine declare di 'klea a declara duly 'dju :ti datorie 10 "I bave a most disturhing delusion.leading a kangar-oo. One baby mouse saw a bat and rushed straight home to tell its mother ali angel. "He keeps think.\ltio cltmara de consultatn pl'6acher 'Pti:tfa predicator curse ko :s blestem mortal 'mo :t1 muritor quanelsome 'kwo :ralsam certare~ landlord. calmant to. usion di'lu:. Woman entezeda psychiatrist's consultwg ~om •.1. "Who cares?" she drawled. shot Jot a Impusca to miss mis a nu nimeri A thirsty ghost strolled into a..11" .1.how Iq has * doctor.mghtened 'fl'aitnd 1:llSp~imrnta . It makes you want to shcot your landlord ." said the patient.pl~in a e~lica mOl'y 'mem<lrl memOrIe deterifRate di 'tiarial'eit ase tnrauta!i.

I sleep like a log at night. he Joft a tip OIl the table. * .micft mumic . a se interesa to shrUI{ jrAg a da din umeri to care kea a-i paso." retorted his.ell :ti pare rAt! (that) he ha. 'gyptlan FJ" .. u. tnmtna to sleep like a log ." let it never be said spuua niciodata It was t." "That's what worries m .: gripii Sh~ knew to a.~". And ~he trap doesn t run after the mouse but it catches it just. just the same . '" """I'CI' ''''''~'~'''I''"' ." • quarrel 'kwo:roI cearta that he was sorry . lethargic le 'eO..what does that mean?" "I'~ going to he a mummy. pol ton LIMEBlCKS .he matter?" asked :friend.u8hand is so ahBeD~-mj~ded.... matrat force of habit "£0:8 ov 'ha:bit putsren obifDuinloi coat kaut pardeaiu.'1111'' .ca s-a insurat cu ea . s~ plinge iosom:oia in-somnia msomruc (not) at aD ~ de IDe •• The young bride WQS heartbroken. "that our profession receives its full due in the eyes of society.ea a nu mal pomenim (de) sarllonic sa : 'donik sardonic colleague 'koli:g coleg to retort ri'to:t a replica trap trrep cursii. my h. and when I handed hun h18 hat he gave me another tip. "Don't you sleep at all at night?" asked h18 doctor. mii..daar to hand hrend a dEI. . A portly and lethargio young man visited the doctor to complain of insomnia.}Dt intilnire to behave hi 'heiv a se cornporta to enqUire in 'kwaia a intreba. He kissed me when I gave him bill coat. "and I sl~ep fairly soundly during the morning. we have many critics in this world. "you can't sa~ that { ran after you.k a :sk (aleU 11 Gave hllr ohiokBP and wiDe." "Not to mention. Whfl't tft@)" meant ~ bu L she went I lnvita 45 to dine dain a IU(l HHlHa 44 . to drawl dro il a vorbi o voce tal'liganaUI . Asian eiJn asiatic flu flu. Indeed..I ~ . "Why?" he asked.. "those in the next.wife. :d31k apatic to complain kern '?le~n II.. lit . 01< They were celebrating their first wedding a~iversal'Y' and she told her husband "that she had visited the doctor during the day.' . "Wbut'st. "Have you got Asian Flu?" "No" came the rep 1 "I' ve got E' y...heir first quarrel. ::Wo~~.~ said.' ' ' 1'. • '* * sa DU se to intone intaun to receive r1'si:v a prrmi due dju: ceea ce i se cuvine society sa 'saieti societate .." a physician intoned..a atipi tip tip hao~i. that's nothing to worry ahout-« it's just force habit." portly 'po:tli cor~olcnt . '" "Let it never b. ' No. 'IOh." 'WaU.." admitted the suff~e.~'"'. "Oh.d Dl81'1'ied ber .' I' I' "I. "'I'''''~'\I'''~"~"~mll~'I~~I~''''''~'~'IIl~~~1I'!~111"lli~ - appointment d 'pointrn.a dormi hustsan sufferer 'sAfara suferind fairly 'fe<:l1i destul de to sleep sonndIy 'saundli a dormi arlino to drop off .. I a spune cu reply ri 'plai raspllns EgyptiaD i'dJipJn egiptean m1lD1l!ly 'IDAmi 1. the same.III"~ .oricum tnt de hine ' asa . he answered. a intona critic 'kritik critic to mutter 'nlAt.} a morrnai Dot to mention .." muttered a sardonic colleague." she had visitedvizita I vizitat a facut 0 There WIUI a YOY-Ili lady of Kent Who laid that she knew what men llJOEIIlL When thoy Allked hor to dine. But I often have difficulty dropping off in the afternoons. ." a or R heartbroken absent~minded inima ztirobita 'ha:tbraukn CIl irehsnt'maindid jut . 2. After brealdasl:..r.. and he told her that he Was sorry he had married her.

J J A skeleton once in Khartoum Asked a spirit up in his room. They spent the whole night In the eenest fight As to which should be hightened IJkeletol]. duh whole haul I:ntreg KblQ'todD1 ka: 'Lu rm eerie.che 1 1111 [j_ ardei anghinare conopida napi usturoi dtl'vlecel fasole verde Ieustean praz 'em COllI am them kost cost to lose Iu:z 10llt. 'skelitn Bohelet L patrunjel If of whom... (lonaulta. bent bent a tndoi t. ee1'y 'iar:i Dep~mtnteso" 5peotrill 88 to . 46 .L.--1 L." TPl'tlntuln to gnash 'rentam Dref one's teeth .ti Jiata de Jill pag. Who never returned it again.!!he had lent [mprumutase .it was au e'JUl plletence an 'i :kwal flri'tens o preten~ie In fel de falsa on tile part ..deda ro~ii sparanghel cartofi L Lj_ l ITTl vmete to ask a:sk (alai) a invita spirit 'spirit spirit. III .rd spanac ridi. painter 'peinLa ~ictor Scott skot sense sens mteligen1a..i ciuperci sala til verde 11111 8 !!~ 47 rnorcovi castraveta hrean Pentl!u rezolVoare. I wall lent'em. When they asked him tbecost Of what he had lost He said. ft. (aici) anume ~hQuld be frightellCd 'fra:itnd sA fie tnspa:imi. "They weren't mine. tp legiitlll'l ell. F or she'd lent her umbrella To Queen Ieabella. 'twill! twoz ...t .l! lent'em -lentam mi-au fost imprumuta!i II III I II '-Lf 1--. He seemed to have BeD e: 'Twas an equal pretence On the part of the painter named Scott.a IIcrt~ni din din~i to hend bend hent. she'd len. senora of Spain Who couldn't go out in the rain.There once was a painter named Scott Who seemed to have hair.L.ntat telinA madre pastirljllC 111111 tarhon ceapa marar There was P. Vol. 41. 1081 lost a pierde IwB.} I II L I T T va. but had Dot.din patten CROSSWORD PUZZLE ~-B: UN CO~ PLIN CU LEGUME ~I VERDETURI A II LI fasola I I Tl cap There was an old man of l'arentum Who gnashed his false teeth till he bent'em.

n 1. RAmbesera cu to}ii in juru. She leant on Mike's arm. She said she'd rather have a cnp of 2. Se sprijini de bralul lui Mike.. One could ~ead a~x:iety on the~l' fa?es. CAPITOLUl23 UN TIRG CINSTIT A FAIR BARGAIN 1. .a £lirA profesor.va~ita} ajutata sa pa~ea8ca de catre doi baieJi angelici. nici 0 fiintil. "1. you rather lie down in this deck chair?" Andrei said.Dorili un pahar eu apifP a intrebat Monica. haggard-looking dear elderly lady helped forward by two hlue-eyed angelic-looking boys. 2. Cred oil. Spuse eli a1' prefera 0 ce~ci1 de ceai.Poftiti bra~ul meu. simt . tea. "Here's my ann. vci. "Are yon all right. Mike said 48 '. t~i ao. bine. Monica and Sue ran forward in alarm.A~i prefera sa va Iungili tn . 1 thinlt that no living human being can keep cool when seeing a staggering. sfj~ielor." Mike said. omeneasca de pe lume nu poate ramine rece clnd vede 0 dragula de battinil impleticita la mers..ise Iris. Monica ~i Sue au alergat tllspre ei alarmati. Pe fetela lor se putea chi tngrijorare. cu fa~a r1i.. Dupa vreo dl_)ua minute Miss Cora se ridieD.ezakva pe acaunul aoesta.." Iris aid to herself.vanie or maifi racut frliJiorii mei.Mil.amall right. "Come and sit on this chair. . . Bali-vii lao parte.Englez. . . boys." ''Would..ezlongul acesta? a int1'ehat Andrei. Iris. Andrei. . gifii Miss Cora. Thiry' aU stood round her. "Stand clear. . Iris. hllieli." Miss Cora gasped. heart-rending sigh. Monica li viri 0 perna de catifea violet sub cap. Miss Cora? a fntrebat Sue. fotoliu ~i ~~ifacu vint eu evantaiul. Mike spuse: 49 ~~ L-______________________ __ __ ~i~ ~ . in capul 085'8101' scottnd un suspin adlnc. . Apoi se lungi to. Miss Cora. Monica tucked a violet velvet cushion under her head.CHAPTER 1WENTY~THREE ·tf ~ptG Itwenti t6ri: ~ ~.Mil mtreb co nlizdrli. Mike. sprijinili-va de el. "I wonder what my brothers have been up to. Then she lay back in the deck chair and fanned herself. lean on it. They an spoke at once. Miss Cora?" Sue asked. Mike. Dupa ee Miss Cora ~i·a biut ceasca de ceai.Nu vii Bim~ili bine. Andrei.i a. Miss Cora. Vorbeau to~i deodata. cu oehi alb~tri. Venili . After a minute or two Miss CarR sat up with a big." "Would you like a glass of water?" MODica asked.l ei. a spus Mike. When she had drunk her cup of tea.

G'oodge back to Mis.~oiPti Mike. "If 1 were you 1 shouldn't p:ress her.. - . 1':. we'd better. spuse Miss' Cora induio. Mr. t(ltU~I. . at one another. vorba? intrabl :SU(!. Goodge! spuae Mis~ Cora. vedem despl'e ce e vorba. lighiollnll:.i. NICl nu pnate aD!l'espife.Mr.mumbled. with eyes closed as 1f m prayer. splJlle Miss.!lpU.e have to look inte this matter. ~j Miss Cora are ~n sehiliQh 2limb. "No. loO~~l\u l_l·a~ inllista. FUiJa. In Mr. Quick I" . Nu.i Jerry." MillS C~~a &:aid..IlO Miss Cora eli.. run home and.. . .. SpUllB Miss Cora. .gB inapoi lui Mi8~ Cora..ti¥'J . ~ 811merQ'l?lm eu totii ~a Mill. Mills Corat strigA Sue leil t. Zlcearncl!i.gll Jeff. ]bring Prb.Des:pre ce e.'" Sue said. ~.scl!. . Mum-'" Jeff and Jerry ... en 01°. n-ar fi ala de urit nu mi·ar pha.. And you. They said it wouM learn to ta~k.'· said Mike. ours now. Goodge's place. mal. "Let my heart be still a moment.e III noi In camerii." ~i9fl Cora went on." JeITY said.S:~r suntJ. They'aU rushed into the sitting-room of Miss Cora's flat and looked s.ba e? ID~rebi Mike..." Mike whispered. IaJ' vOi.:U it weren't so ugl~ I wouldn't miad. spuse Mike. . .. bolho. They all looked at one another again. "The ugly beast. 50 51 . '!II . 0 sA tnvete sli vorbeasoli l:otOc0181 ea .Zimbrul. GOOd.titi. ~i81.. Beasi 1111 i~l Bduceli po Mr. cuoehli lnchi.. AJ:n siliu hun~ cu ~mbrul. "It's quaint and eurieua. fili buw.. Let's explore this mystery." Mike snapped ominously.Dar. e cazuL 811 limunm aceat mister.! . And Miss Cora has the aurochs instead. Dacll. 'Goodge."Now let's heal' the story.mat.Statl aii Ml IIIl potoloa. sa."' Cum ameli "d. In leeul lui Mr.Dumaeaeule] stcigll Sue.Da.mbrul aeele. DoamD.i .r!)s:iri Jeff . A:~a ell.e." "And where'a Mr.. . My goodness!. sli vi duceti fuga.gIae le. 3. "How do you mean ~Be good to Miss Cora?" Su.d round. bins daoli a-am !Ita ou tolii in jurulei. apuse Jerry. .. • :. 3."In . "And where's that aurochs or whatever it is?'~ Mike asked. A. J·eff ~i Jerry.other big.?" ::MI'.r1.a de . So we exchanged the aurochs for Mr.mult Ilaaiba un zunbl'u In 601ectle. altul. the beast.." Jeff added.co na.i ea pentru ruglmuntl. MisS! Cora Jines a. continuA. maIldeo . . a~4u.Mis!! COM.aindy. ~ghlO8na . . "he's in our room. "Do yon mean the stamp?" AndreI shouted." Miss Cora said and she burst into tears. "The aurochs. Goodge.. '''Er.~i u~de-i . him: . though.Treebuie sil. GQoage oate Beum al nostru. Mise Cora. ca Mr.l1.1l tinih.Ali .ala: urlti. . '"".. What happe:ned.lwma un moment. Ce a-a i:ntlmplat? :. her. altul. "Yes. "Mias Cora wanted 80 much to have an aurochs in her collection. vedem ~i Doi d. Bpuse 8u. 0 dear. 4..!!Cora aOBsli.$i uode es1e Mr. ." -rn be good to the aurochs.bout?" Sue asked. suspin1nd tncl 0 dati adfnc ~i 8ft~letor. ... J'eff and Jerry. E stllBoiu 7A.iUor. Goodge Miss C?l'a s. . ':Be.. a SJlU9 mam.. Goodge?" "Ob: nel" the boys sa:id.e shouted as gently as she could." Jerry-said. Sa ultarli cu to~u unul 19. n • Quick' your mother said.!! Cora..~id with ~. ai anzim poveetea.u dat ou top buzo's in aalonul din apartamentul llli Miss Cora. 4. nulli1puser~ Mielii. "Her mind's wandering.. Goodge. . good to bim." Miss Cora said . Goodge? inlrehl1 Monica.. am 'fil. heart-rending sigh.rul.. SpUIIO Jerry ..my sitting-loom.a voastrll" Be rlisti Mike amenii:Llitol'. .AiureazA. .·you see." "Eryou sse."MiI!8 Cora said pathetically.. Geodge is. ~ Cludat.se rimio'Fcru.. What are you ta1ki. Sue cried.ii . SpUlitl Jeff..." Jeff said. 5. Vreli sl Bpunet:i timbrul? striga Mike. "She can't breathe. III ..:ng a. Mr."Miss Cora said f..stan. not the s:tamp~ the aurochs.Nu! :n.::imbnd Beola.Fuga.out IQbimh .. "She would feel better if we didn't all. "But.Dfl'tl b11ndetea. Corap i2:hucni in lacrimi." Miss Cora blubbered. They all looked. Has auytmng happened to Mr. zimb~uJ.Slifi¢ bu~ cu el.? . Goodge? . apnse Miss Cora. 'In .o. Gpodge. . La ~ine [n aalan.Acum. just Ilkelike Mil'." "Let"11 all go to Miss Cora's and have a Ioek aHnat!l\u'oehs. Goodge?" Monica asked. A plitit eeva Mr." "W. Of. . .. ~. lar so uitarl eu tolii unul 18.

Asta jmi aduce aminte de ceva.Da. Thank you. tunl\ Mike. on.Dar e un (!Orb! strigarii ei. for a ra. .Ce seria in aiarele de QstllziP intrebA Monica. cu capul de hour de pe timhru insll. Jerry came into the room. . . . Goodge remarked. "Wherever did you find it?" Sue BIked. Goodge:' Miss Cora oried with tearB in her eyea.~i aClun! Jeff ~i Jerry. !tWBS In today's papers..\ -.16Xl8ltli ell.clid the boys come across this ghastly. .give Misl COl'S the Itamp all she wanted so much to' have an aurocru' head in her QoUeotion. ducindu-I pe Mr.gl I IIhould lay you were a pair IIf perf'eet Idlot8.As til." "It may he the last item.9i noi ne-am zis ea nu prea Beam~nll. Na. which praotically no longer exilt!! al a epeoies. A raven it was. Seria in ziarele de II. 8. They were pale-faoed andllookedl unhappy.eline informalii cu privire Is locul unl~'e se afla corbul dispal'ut este rugat sil aibil. spus~ . "YOu are lID old fool. . . And that ." M~ke thundered. anyway.Sint sigura de asta. Goodge Intre ei ~n eolivie. . ~io.bust of Panaa [ust above the entrance door.stlizi . "The raven. "Yes. ungainly. am veut sl-j dAl'uim lui Mis!!_ CO." Sue uid. " .Mike fi?ros: Cum ali ~utut voi canfunda un zimhru.]I[ll 1 ~r. ..Daea. e I apnse Sue. 53 li2 .f: ." Iris put in Iympathetically.Trehuie sa se deasi III.o. spunea vocea erainieului.'" the II:IlnDUnCer'g voice wall saying. ." Monica turned. Monica deschise l'sdioul . Mike apeinse lumina. "Now. in pOBsessi. ~i s-au uitat de jur troprejur.-I deechidem. '00 the radio. laid.eniturlll.o. 1111 I IA round. ca le-arn pierdut. telefoaeze 18 Tu:rnul Londrei. care praenc mer Il. . a~s. '1' . And it's five past. ii informli Andrei.. apuea Sue." Mike said..graven is kindly reque tad to ring up the Tower of'LondoIl1 2350507. radio.&uroclD. dizgralioasa. . La tnceput." Mr. .. Interveni Iris cu milli.trehii Sue. "Whoever iB.' Bpuse Jeff . "One of the six ravena of the Tower of Leaden disappeared. eu un cerb? .aait? tn. "How could you milta. "Theral" !laid Sue all she tumed ·the radin off. -.Ieri a disparut unul din. "Oeieine d. specie.zimbrul. cooojat pe un hust al ze:ilei Pallas Crull!' deesupra ll§ii de la intrare.n of information as 'to the wbereahouta of the ollssin. "A raven you said." Andrei informed them.E~ti 0 babl smintl1i. osoasa Il!i rliu prevestitoB. 2350507. gaunt and ominous hird of yore?" said Mike bewildered. Corb era.. .'· 'I.. remareji MI1'. •. un must he on the radio toe. . 01 nu putea £i departe. . . spuse Jerry..re? tntreh:a. It had aD injured wing and it could hardJy fly.aid.Unde Dumnezeu au gi'isit Mielo pasarea asta din alte vremuri. In momentuI acela Je££ ~i Jerry lntraril in carnerl. "Let's tur. bunhointa sA. Eraprea. "I'm stU'e they did.ven?'" <iWe a~80 thought that itdidn't look very much like tbeaUl'oohs' head. It waa too dark to see anything.. 6. "-h8:so't beeo found 'yet." lIaid Mike grimly. . omile. perched upon a." said Amhei. . $i cu aeeasta se lncheie buletinul aostru de ~tiri. " . yesterday. Aveau tala palida ~i arAtau nefericiti. feroce. . uWe first meant to . I'm sure.brings our news I:mlletiu to all end.!"'eren't my offllpl'in.Mr'. '.Au fost biae intenliolla:li.Unde Duemezeu I-ali g." Monica. "They meant well.frou .orb ali spus.e. Goodge in his cage between them. But then we found the aurochs-I' "The raven.. SpUS6 Monica. e ultima ~tire.• nu a fost gasit tnca". the stamp but_U Jeff . Avea 0 aripa moiti ~i niei nu putea ell. That reminds me.kB an .Goodge. . "What time's the new8~ Seven. n-ali fi propria mea prog." Jerry said. fnohizind radioul. .Stap.t sigul'a.Mias Cora.8 timhrul fiindca voia B¥a de tare ali aiba un cap de born to coleelle• Dar pe urmii am gas:it .ay. zbuare bin. .Po ate oil. spuse Jerry. VA U1ul~umim.1 r r IT' Iml. a. Corbul. B. At that moment Jeff and. we missed it. eei ~ase corbi de Ia Turnul Lendrei. grim. "'" I 11 I 'I • 1 rj I "' '" '1'1 '1 . ~i e ~i einci. . intuneno ca sa se vadii ceva." aaid Jerry. Goodge. '~Mr." 7. . "I.u m9. Jeff and Jerry. SlI.. 90 it could Dot he far aw. SpUS6 Mike. apusa Mike. Mike sWitChed on the light "But it's a raven I" they cried. Oh. La ce ora a~nt JticiIa? La ~apte. "Wait. it on.rrll . C. . "Wherever.lTying Mr. 6. . cll. they said. aiceau.Corbul. ou Iaerimi tn echi.. strig~ . "There it is/" said Mike.Auzili-o.' "\Vhst WBII in today's paptlr8?'1 Monioa asked. Mike uluit. spuse Andrei. zice eli sinteti 0 peraohe de imhecili sadea. oeieum.

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"In our peach tree," Jeff answered. "Jeff and Jerry," said Mike, "how could youtrade something that W,QB not yours?" "We didn't know it belonged to the Tower," Jeff explained, "We thought it was II stray Ii'(lven:' . 9. "Jeff and Jerry," said Sue, '''howev,ar ru,d the idea oocur to you to as,k Mi.sfIi Co.ra to exchange Mr. Goodge for II raveD,? Mr. Goodge, !It pet she has had for years and ye~i9, a pet SA", cares for· so much. Now, would you exchange me forafora ghastly creAture, for afor a witch, for instance ?'" I. If that witch happened to be Samantha," Mike said in an undertODe, "I wouldn't 1'ut it past aDY man alive-" Sue was (labher,ghallted. She tried to lilly something but she felt she was choking' The words stuck in her tmoail;. "-except me, of course," Mike added hlll'riedly, "except me," In the meantime Miss Cora Wilt! g1lsbio,g over .Mr. Goodge. "Mr. Goodge," she was slobbering, "Mr. Goodge, here we are together once more,nevel' more to pan again," "Neverm.orel" Mr.. Goodge 'eroak.ed.

- In piersieul nostru, raspunse Jeff. . - Jeff ,i Jeny, spuse Mike, cum ali pIDut {,ape schimh cu ceva ce nu era aI!. vostru? - Nu ~:iam eil ap.artine TllfD.ului, expIiea Jeff. Credeam eli e un Gorb riitacit. 9. - Jeff §i Jerry, spuse Sue, cum de v-a venit ideea sapiceTeli lui Miss Cora sa·l dea pe Mr. Qood.~ in schimbul eorhului? :Mr. -Goodge., o odraslii pe care 0 are de ani ~i ani de rue, 0 odrasla la care tine atlt de mult.' Ia spuneti, m·art.iBchimba voipe mine,Pe 0 .... pe 0 fiinta orih~lilJ p,e () ...• pe 0 vllai~~Qare, de eX!emplu? .' . . - Daoo dm inUmplare vrlil!.~toar..ea aeeea ar fl Samantha, zise Mt'ke tn. harha:, n~a, pune mtna in foe pentrn nici un bliil.lat de pe lome ... Lui SUe Ii pie.ri pillitul. Incerc[i, jiQ spuna eeva hm8 sim.li lila se inabllie. Cuvintele U ,l'amasera ~Dgit. - ... eu exceppa 'mea, hitnetn~eles, sa grahi adauge Mike, ell exceppa mea. intra timp Miss Cora i~i revlirsa. sentimeDtele: asupra lui Mr. 'Goodge. - Mr. G.oodge, se pierdea ea eu firsa, Mr. :Goodge., iata-ne iar~ impreunli, ca sa nu ne m,ai dellpaI1i:m nicioda.ti. - NevermDre! croDca.m Mr. Gllodge.



H I (10 knew) I (to l~ll) you. If I knew I wDu!d/8f~Ofdd [I'd] tell you.

1. What you (to do) if you (to be) his father? 2. If the weather (to be) fine we (to go) for a walk. 3. You (not to speak) like that if you (to know}. 4. I (not to marry) her even if she (to be) Samantha. S. If she (to have) enough money she (to sell) her old car and buy a new one. 6. 1 (can) .hear him if he (to speak} more loudly. 7. You (to hear) him easily enough if you (tQ listen) more carefully. 8. I (not to be) late for school if (to have) an alarm-clock. 2S.L 'twenti 'Ori:

(b) Traduceti 23.5. 'twenti

£n limbo, romdnci f,.a~

astfel oblinttle.

TreceJi la eondiponaIuI prezent unnJ!,toa.rele d1,nd forme pline ~i prescurtaie : 1. he speaks (2 posibilitli!i) 2. I understand (3 posibilitaJi) 3. they will not come (3 posibilit(1ti) 4. we are. very glad (3 posibilitaJi) S. I did not drink (4 posibilit6#) 6. she remembered (2 posibi~itati) 7. do you. like? (1 posibilitate) 8. will they not answer? (2 posibilitdti). 23.2. 'twenti IBri: 'lu:

'(}ri: 'faiv

Indicali dadi £11, [ormele prescurtaie de mai joe, 'd tine loc de had, sau de should sau would; 1. she'd answered 2. they'd met 3. you'd feel 4. we'd hear 5. I'd forgotten 6. it'd keep 7. he'd cut 8. you'd known 9. she'd let. 23.3. 'twenti 'Ori: '6ri:

Inlocuiti spafiile goale cu who, whose, whom, which sau that, dupii caz. 1 ndicap, prin paranieze daca relatipul se poate amite: 1. A man .... doesn't work cannot be happy. 2. r couldn't read the hook ... you lent me .. It was Lao difficult for me. 3. The dog .... came to our door was a stray dog .. 4. The actress ... you have just met is my friend's wife. 5. The hoys ... are walking so fast are Mr. Lee's twins. 6. The man ... umbrella you have taken is furious 'fjuari~s.
23.6. 'twenti 'Bri: 'siks

Treeeti verbul scris ill liiere cu.rsive la Past Tense *i (aceJi celelalte sahimbUri cerate de corespondenta timpurilor: (a) I. He says he will come at 9 o'clock. 2. He asks me it I shall! will arrive in time. 3. She tells me that breakfast will be ready ill five minutes. 4. They a8sure me that the weather will not change. 5. Do you say that you will not help me? 6. She wonders what father will have to say about it. (h) 1. He assures me that he hasn't taken my umbrella. 2. Sue wonders what the weather will he like tomorrow, 3. He asks me if I have thought about it. 4. Mr. Goodge doesn't know if Miss Cora really cares for him. 5. I always say that his knowledge of French is rather poor. 6. She assures me that she is listening. 7. I don't know what will happen. 23.4. 'twenti

Inwcui;i spaJiile coale cu pronumele f adjectifJele iruerogatioe who?, whose?, whom? which?, what?, ~i cu pronumele I adjectifJele relative who, whose, whom, which, that, ~eztnd prepositia la sfir,itul propozisiei, cu Sau fara omiierea acestora : 1. To ... did you lend my newspaper? .2. From ... did you borrow that record-player ('reko:d 'plel<l picup) ?3. "The student at ... everybody is looking now is the one ... made that stupid remark. 4. ". answer was the best? (2 posibiliUiti) 5. For ... do you. want anothee cup of tea? 6. By ... was this play written? 7. About ... poems are you talking? 8. *The picture at ... you are looking is one of his best. 9. *FolI"_ of •. the two girls does he care? 10. "Up to ... are Jeff and Jerry? ll. *Like ". does the baby look? 12. "The problem into ... we have to look was raised by the student with ... work you were so pleased (pli:zd mu)~umit).
Nota. In p:ropozi~e precedate de astensc nu este p08ibiHl. decit construcjia cu prepozit!a. Ja Bfillit.

'On: 'fo :

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'eri: 'sevn

mai [as, dupiiurmiUorul

(8) Pune~i verbe~e din parant£zd la
model; 56

clwenit fn propo:ziJiile de

Completa# 8paliile gOllk: 1. Has anything happened ... Mr. Goodge? 2. Here's toy arm, lean .. ,


it. 3. She shouted ... gently ... she could ..... We exchanged. ~be. aurochs .... Mr. Goodge. 5. Let's have a. look .,. that auroc~3 01' ••• It I~. 6. Hing, me ... tomorrow. 7. That brings our news bulletin :.. ~n end ', 8. How could you mistake an aurochs ... a. raven? 9. I would~ t put It .:..any man alive. 10. Miss Cora was gushing ... Mr. Goodge. 11. They all .ran forward .. , alarm. 12. They all spoke ... once. 13. One could l'eB:d an~ety ... their faces. 14. Be good ... 15. Her eyes were closed :' .... In prayer. 16. If 1... you !shouldn't go there. 17. What are you talking:,,? ia, We have to look ... this matter. 19. They all rushed ... t~e .slttlng-ro<?m. 20. It'll dark. Switch .. , the light, please. 21. The radio IS too norsy. TuI'D it ... . 22. The news ..• good. 23. Miss Cora cried .. , t~ars ... her eyes. 24. The aurochs practically ... longer e.Dsts ": a speCies. 25. We thought it ... a 'stray raven. 26. However did the Idea. occur ... you? 27. The words stuck ... her throat.

(c) regulate ~i neregutate: 1. to lean 2. to learn,

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TraduceJi in limha engle.ul: (a) Cind au vazut-o pe Miss Cora intrlnd pe poarta clltintndu·lle hare Jeff ~i Jerry, aualergat cu tolii 11-0 ajute. Sue a intrehat-o dacase simt~ bine (to be all right); Mike i-a Spll8 sli. se sprijine I;'e bratul sau. Moruca alntrebat-o dacl vrea un pahar .cu apll.. Andrei r-a spus sa sa tntindil. tntr-un ~ez]ong. Iar Iris se intreha ce pozna au (mail faeut fralii d. Dupl ee Miss Cora s-a lungit tn ~ez]ong ~i abiiut 0 eea,ca de ceai (spusese cil. preferlL ceai) au stat (to 8land) top. in jurul ei,intrebtnd-o [~ au tnuehat-oJ ee s-a 2ntimplat: laM povestea: JeH ~ Jerry auzisel'a eli Miss Cora ar vrea sli alblion tap de hour in coleotia ei de timbre. Cum (AB) nu puteau gasi 0 marcil. autentica, au decupat 0 repl'oducere dintr-o lIevistl filatelicll.. S-au gindit cii. Miss Cora va fi bucuroQs8. sa Bib§. mll.car (at least) 0 reproducere. Intre. timp cei doi bl!.ie~i au giisit eorh rAUeit ~i auerezut ci este un bour. Cum de (How) au putut eoafunda un eorh ou un hour este un mister. Oricum, au Inat corbul ~i l-au dat lui Miss CorB in sehimbul (in ettchange [o»] lui Mr. Goodge. Cum de s-a pu.tut desparti (to pa'" with) Miss Cora de Mr. Goodge la care linea aUt de multe alt mister. Povestea are UD sfh,it ferieit (pen~ Miss Cora eel pUlin). Jeff ~i Jerry I-au adus lnapoi pe Mr. Goodge. Miss Cora I-a aaigurat pe Mr. Goodge ci!i. DU se VOl' mai desplil'li niciodatil.. Iar corbul,ca;e ar.:arlinea Turnului Lon~ej, urma S8 fie l'estituit (to return) propnetarilor (owners 'aunaz) sm,





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Reconstitui.,i propozi~iile de

Q§e:r1ndcrivintele in ordineo; 10,.

corecta: •2 kd h d 1. have, said, cup, tea, rather, she, ~I of, she d. • tuc e, eau, under violet a Monica, her, velvet, cushIOn. 3. better, stand, her, sh.e, didn't: aU, r~~d, would, we, feel, if. 4. wouldn't, weren't, it, ugly, if, so, I, mind. 5. again, all, another, one, at, they, looked. 6. see, was, anything, it, dark, too, to .. 7. just, entran~e, raven, perchedv a, of, u~on, Pallas, was, above, a, It, bust, the, door. .8: I, pall', Yf0';) offsprmg, weren't, a, if, should, were, perfect, my, say, idiote, you, o. • to, r~ven, exchange however idea, did,. to, Miss Cora, Mr. Goodge, you, ask, a, for, the, 'occur, to.' 10. put, alive, witch, be, that, if, Samantha, man, happened, I, any, it, wouldn't, past, to, 23.9. 'twenti '6ri: 'nain



. DaJi formele pr~ncipale....(p·ft'"t Tens~ Past P--=ciple -, _u:
ale urmatoarelor

and Indefinite

perbe, cu transcriel'ea lor fonetica: . 4. to read 5. to stick ~. to fly ring to hurt 12. to hit 13. to 17. to shut lB. to make 19. to 23~ to be :u. to have.

(h) 1. Nu vorbi~i to1i odatl. 2. In locultAu [D'acli a~ Ii tu] nu ·m-a~ p1inge. 3. B~elii i-au spus lui Miss Cora d corbul va invi.ta sll..vorheasoo intocmai ea Mr, Goodge.'.Ei nu ~tiau ell. aplll1ine Turnului Londrei. 5. Deschide radioul. 6. Aprinde lumina. '1. Inchide televizorul 8. Dupn un rilinut aau doui Miss ,cora se ridici tn capul uaselor. 9. La ce te uil:i?

(a) rwegulate:. 1. to feel 2. to mistake 3. to burst 7. to sleep 8. to hear 9. to write 10. to do !iI. to sit U. to stand 16. to speak eat 20. to give 21. to lead 22. to sink


(b) regulate: 1. to face 2. to hreathe 3. to occur '- to switch cry 7. to miss 8. to carry 9. to happeo 10. to shout


.. 5. to snap 6. to to exchange.

12. Despre care autor· aj don (to ~ihe) sa vorbe~ti? 13. Nu ~tiu pe care din ei sl·l iau. U. Care dintre corbi displiruse? 15. A cui wnbrelil. ai imprumutat-o? 16. Corhul era eocolat [sa coeolase] pe (on san upon) un bust allui Pallas ehiar deasupra ~ii de 11'1 intrare. 17. Ai eitit ziarul de azi? 18. La ce ora sfnt ~tirile? 19. -AceBtea stnt toate informatille pe care le aID. 20. EI totdeauna tmi dll. sfaturi bune, ~i azi, de exemplu, mi-a dat
un sfat foarte bun. 21. Care (neselectiv) a lost ultima ~tire? 22. Cum adica nu poti? 23. Ce vrei sa spui? 24,. Ce inseamna asta? 25. E bine

10. Ce pun la cale

(to be up to)



Cu cine se joacll. Iris?


. ~: ee dorea Miss Cora sa aihil in COleC\lRdel· _ T 'ul Londrei.fur :l 'WitJ fal' 'instans full stop 'znaik 'sed in an 'ADdataun Oat if 'liret 'witr 'nrepend ta 'bi: sa'mren!1o comma hi: 'wudnt 'put it -'pa.~~ji~it ~e bratuJ. daea unul din cei ~a5e corbi disparuse e 1 a.l'eliiiri: Who spoke at once? . a new paragraph 'd3ei an 'd3eri 'faund a 'reiVD and Iii ai'diar a 'ka:d 'tu Il<lmtu iks ItJeinds it fa 'mista 'gu :d3 full stop WI 'daunt 'nau if 'mlsta 'gU:d3 waz 'An'hrepi albaut lIa 'ba:gm comma bat 'mis 'ko:ra 'sa:tllii 'woz full stop 'woteva 'meid he. Did Miss Cora Ieau on Mike'l> arm jI 6.tiau ea este In Bueure. b de al cui brat s-a Spl"l}lDlt MillS Cora. What did the boys exchange the raven {or? 7. Did Jeff and Jerry find the raven lD their peach tree or in the 4. Goodge Miss Cora a izhucnit in. 5. Mi-a spus eli ~I eunoa~te de zece ani. ctti dintre ei au vorhir. Would Miss Cora feel better if they didn't all stand round her? 8. cum soar (putea) siml1 5s0ra mal : 4. a. Whose was Mr. . 'a:skt lIa 'boiz if 'i1ei Clam'salvz wud iks'tJeind3 ha. 5. Iacrimi. Goodge in Miss Cora's sitting-room or m the boys be • room? . 7.. Cum (oare) ai pierdut trenul? 30. . (a) Dati raspunBuri lungi .teaptli de mai bine [de mai mult) de 0 jumatate de orii. • d 3: ~as Mr.odati'i. . 32. 2. a a .fr. Would Miss Cora rather have a glass of water or a cup 0 tea 2 Did Miss Cora mean the stamp or the raven? .rnuItoatele £nJ.' " ... 5. Where had the raven disappeared from? 10: Wherever . b. Ce (care] te-a f!teut all. Who told Miss Cora to lean on hIS ~? On whose faces could one read amnety? Who did Miss Cora say she would be ~ood to? Where was t1}at aurochs or whatever It was? 6. 6. 23.inteationat. d c~ Miss Cora s-ar simti mai bine daca n-ar sta t011 in Jurul er. Did Jeff and Jerry say that the raven would learn to talk? lI. Wall Miss Cora staggering? 2. 'twenti '6ci: 'twelv Rasp undeei La u. 26. Did the raven look like an aurochs? 60 61 .ti.i scum la tntreMrile de mai joa: 1. Ne-a spus ea ne a. 35. 2. 6.) 'laiv full stop ISU: waz -'flrebaga .. Gind .stid full stop.: house? (c) 23. bine h. Mi C . did she mean the stamp? 10. When Miu Cora mentioned the aurochs. . ? Was it dark or was it bright In Miss Co~a s ~ttlng-room Did Mike switch on the light or did. 'twenti '6ri: iIevn DICTATION 'n<lu 'mren kan 'ld:p 'ku:} wen hi-' Si:2 an 'eldali 'Ieidi 'redi ta 'feint full stop /lei '0:1 'prest 'raund htl" full stop 'mis 'ko:r'd 'lei 'daun in a dek 'tJea and 'frend ha-self full stop l15enJi 'sret lAp will <I 'big comma 'ha:t 'randitJ 'sai full stop 'nan 'Ilis iz (la 'stori av 'wot had 'hrepand colon. 8 . Eram sigllr ali. . cine s-a ridicat In capul oa6e10r.i-a aduB aminte de Mr. 33. Cora dorea sa aiba. No. la-o pe (ori}eare vrei (to like). 31. Era 0 btl cu oehi verzi (~i) eu fala palida. b. 1. 13 Did the boys know that the raven belonged to the Tower? . 10. Unde (oare) pot afla (to find) numarul sau de telefon? 28.rile de rlUti jos: f. un caP. 3. daca Miss Cora s-a cidicat tn capw oaselor.Does Iris wonder what her brothers have been up to? 5. dac! Miss Cora a-a sp. ? 1. Didn't she lie down in the deck chair? 7. . Did Jeff and Jerry help her forward? II. a. Did Sue and Mike have to look into the matter? 12. 3. a. Didn't they all speak at once? '. daca au vorbit toti de. he switch It off? T ? Had one raven or several ravens disappeared from the ower Was it seven or five past seven? Did Jeff and Jerry look bappy or unhappy? Did Jeff and Jerry know that the raven belonged to the Tower or did they think it was a strar raven? .did the boys hnd the raven? lL Who did the raven belong to? (d) Intteba~i inlimba engle~a L a. Would Min Cora mind if the raven weren't so ugly? 9. de .12. 34.:st 'eni 'mren .' . Goodge tor the raven (b) Dafi raspunsuri scutte la tntrebii..' dadl Miss. .'pa:t wil:l -mista 'gU:d3 'sau 'i:zili iz a 'hAV mai Anda 'strendi:tJ full stop '!'IU. urn ~: citi corbi disparusera de Ia Tumul Londrei.bour ID colectla er. spui asta (that)? 27. Goodge now? 8 What time was the news? . 29.11. nu-l vel reeunoaste.? 14: Was Miss Cora happy to exchange Mr. lui MIke.

·1.aeolo unde nu g~8e~ti nici 0 plaeere in brief hri:f pe scurt to affect ~ 'fekt a indriigi The Taming of the Shrew (la 'teimiu av ~a 'fru : Imbliozirea scorpiei I. b. 9.ours elf. 'ei 'en 'm: Ii: la: . 'i: '8: Ii: 'di: . Idl'' I}" .'I e~ . IV. 'W81 'u Idi : . you caD take nothing out.'dAb1lU: 'elt 'al 'SI: 'CIt!.'Ufl J.' .break. 'i: 'ei -es 'ti: . 'Q 'tra rniau sau 'treiniau profit Iprofit to 8I'0'W grau grew .l.Sl.n:.'ef 'ei '~l"~n ".13. t'hey would Dot want 62 II I II.a: Pat ua: ••• - I I ~ But constant.'dhblju. a. ai. tein . do It ..rl to Lre!lkhreik broke hrauk broken . de ce Iris sigura.int peint a zugr§.'~ Dream gilding.. nd therefore is wing'd Cupid painted blind.' . If wishes were horses. n. . 'au . .'dAbll~l. . . . Ml-.10 Love looks not with the eyes. b. a. If hope were not.. 'au 'ei 'kei 'i: 'w: . a. 'a1.• 'i: 'a: 'I: 'vi: 'i: 'a: . 'a: .'hi:. .'pi: 'ei '~i: '?ilf 'i:. dadi.ar fi The Two Gentlemen 'of Verona i'la 'tu : 'd3entlmaD av virauna . daci acel corb apaqinea Tuznului Londrei. . 'helina 'lleafo: de aceea V.'wal'~~ 'el 'ei 'dAhl'hi: 'i: '8: 'd31: 'el 'es 'tl: 'J: '~: . a. i. daea baielii erau palizi Ia falii b. 'a: es t' . pii:reau nsfeeiciti.'ei '~n 'eks 'ai 'i: 'ti: 'wai. sir.bl' 'hi: 'el 'j.'~hlJ~: e~tJ J .'~l~ :eJ 'JU.'en '.j daca Iris era sigura eli. . .tnaripat CD!pid 'kju .'es• 1:. .ari: Sa: 'ti:o SPELLING Scrieti cu()inteie de' mai ioa in oTtQwafia. 'd~l'~1.IdAblJ. heart would .dacl ernul Ell' fi constant ~.sit corbul In fllersle.'81 '1:. 234.'es 'I: 'Ill: 'ai 'I: 'es. 'wiod wiaJed. 'brsukn a (se) sparge J pill pi] pilula to want wont (aici) a avea nevoie de gilding 'gildiu poleiala QUOTATIONS :HAKESPEARE Tranio: No profit grows where is no pleasure ta'en: In brief.~- 23.'em '""al 'es 'b.. bructii IIU g!i. he were - PROVEnBS Proteus 'prautj 11 :8 man Llll constant 'kODijtnt. '1' -kju: 'JU'.cei doi domni din Verona lIelena: If you put nothing into your purse.. ' . cui apartinea corbul. i. gru: p-oWD grauD a cre~te ta"eD. 1.'ti:.pid Cupidon tQ pa. b. Goodge II croncamt "N evermore.u: I" 'en. era wish wi doriD~a beggar 'hega ce11eto1' to ride raid rode raud ridden 'ridn a ciila.J . but with the mind. Mie~ii fusc. If things were to be done twice.U:.-~ . Goodge.: 'dl: . 'e1tf 'el . unde au gasi't corbul. 'dAblju: 'ai 'tJ: It01: 'elt . cum 8ratan bruelii.when no pleasure is taken . .'krepitl 'es 'el :em.: 'ti: 'i: 'di: . 'di: 'eJ 'wai .'es 'en 'ei 'dAbl'pi : 'i: 'di: . dacl'i. "'ITC o heaven! were man he were perfect.u: 'i: 'haltn 'I.. he wise.taken '. ! ~ '..'e_ltj . 1'0. I 'I' ."'u .'tl: :e . eitJ . 'el . . If you want a thing well done. study what you rncst affect.sera bine lotentionali. .'sl: 'el. ce a cr-Qocanit Mr. tl. . . h. If the pills were pleasant. beggars would nde. 51:..'J~. 'twenti . a. . curenta: .'au 'em 'ar 'en ':<IU 'Ju: 'es lei 'W3l wher·e is DO pleasme ta'eQ . 63 Nigh1. :W81:- • • r1: .vi A Midsummer I. 7.' a.atri (azi) be would be .'dAhlju: 'eitf 'i: 'a: ?: 'el '~. 39..: '1:.'Ju: .8. .. all would. 'dahl 'a: 'ai 'i.

a eontempla which thou. If you can wait and noths tired by waiting.likean angel MDg8 . mariOlJ 'm. tri'islituri. fllrll. yon. But make allowance for their douhting too. unlo astfel de whilst wailst .t. M.. ne ingrade~te. Datut patines 'p mtinz paiete. J esaica.a mint) ·65 5- u- . Are losing theirs and blaming it OD.a privi.a-~i line 1:0 doubt daut a se indoi de fuea (te$tu-al capul) to make aIIowance <I'lalldos for about . And yet don't look too good. Or being hated don't give way to hating. behelil hi 'held . If you can dream.dau doubting ldautitl indoiala pentru asta vina [pe tine waiting weitin a~teptare to. fluturi orL orb astru.Ql!ica 'dsesika bank h liIluk mal sound saund sunet to creep' kri :p crept. Ilrofesor. and start again at your beginnings And never breathe a word about your loss j H you can force your hean and nerve and sinew To serve your turn lo..cit timp :muddy 'WAdi noreioa.lrb regu. crept krept a se strecura soft soft mnlatie stiuBess· '8tl1ms lini~te.ng after they are gone. If you can fill the uniorgivin:g minute With sixty seconds'worth of distance run. a avea inleleto.i) does grossly 'gr.. behold'st hi 'h~ulQst pe care 0 pcive~ti r but . If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you) [f all men count with you. II .}ufn miscaee But •io his ~tion . And lose. If you can think -and not make thoughts your· aim. If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you. 810gB like aD 8D8e1 care In m~cal'ea sa. on you . If you can make One heap of all your winnings And risk it on one turn of pitch-and-toss.nu cinte ca un Inger to quire 'kwai~ a dnta la unison cherubim: 'tJernbin~ heruvimi such asemeaea. nor talk too wise. And stoup and build'cm up with worn-out tools. Or watch the things you gave your life to. Or walk with Kings . putrezamuns doth _!lAO (a:. Sit.ne imprejmuie~te. Yours is the Earth and everything that's in it. my SOl]! to ~eep one's. Lor·enzo 10 'renzau RUDY ARD KIPLING (1865-1936) 'rA!djad' 'kiplio If you can keep your head when all about you . of Venice Engleza.(aici) care sa nu •. H you can bear to hear the truth you've spoken Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools. trlUll tmst a se tnerede . Or being lied about.t) .hut none too much.Jessiea): How sweet the moonlight sleeps upon this bank! Here will we sit and let the sounds of music Creep in our ears: seft stillness and the night Become the touches of Bweet harmony. broken. a aeuza gere I a _gasi justificare pentru are •••hlaming it.and not make dreams your master.tn to lie lai ('1l. And . don't deal in lies. Still quiring to the young-eyed cherubina j Such harmony is in immortal souls.d:i'kei descompunere.la. we cannot hear it. .nor lose the common touch. blame Irleirn a mvmova1i. pace to become bi 'Mm became jbi 'keim become hi '!tAm (aid) a se 8l"moniza eu tonch tAt atingere .closes us in . pardoseala thick ~ thickly '6ikJi des inlaid inleid Incrustat. But whilst this muddy vesture of decay Doth grossly close us in... stea to behold hi 'hawd beheld.yna'Il be a Mao.which is more .o jurul a ~ine seama de. Look how the floor of heaven Is thick inlaid with patines oJ hl'ight gold: There's not the smallest orh which thou beheld'st But in his motion like an angel sings.Lorenzo (to . i. !la . tulbure NSture Ivestfa ve~mint decar . [aiei] 'acord harmony Iha :mani armonie flool :flo: podea. ne inc]nde (In al/ea) SAtl The Merchant V. If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster And treat those two impostors just the same . And So hold on when there is nothing·in yon Except the Will which says to them: "Hold on!" If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue. head .. voi..while .lIlBU (in chip) gmsolan doth close kIauz us in .

'totusi pitch-awl-toss 'pitf 3n 'tos l'i~a to .U :1'. a sparge sixty seconds} worth wa:6 pret de to stoop stu rp a s apleoa to huild hild huilt." . .(aici) dar sa nu truth tru:6 adevlir the common touch ~ 'koman 'tAtJ the b'IIth (that) you've spokentrasatura comuna..l unealt~ .for .. neno10 hold on IhauJd: 'on a rezista roeire except. people who can aHord to go to psycho-analysts d of a conscience.Q sili dream ilri:m vis nerve naev nerv master 'rna :st~ stapin sinew 'sinju: tendon..:. azil de hatrine a hme - ..heing lied about - to wear wea wore wo: wom wo:n a purta.oduClng more stimulus into your . think . II~ '.. "Have I II 'I. leI to serve yoW'turn . a duee nor .. a Ilza socoteala to.: dreammg about rt.t (aid) a atinge.ceea ce minlindu-se pe JOKES 1'111 '!o~ll!cting .v a sluji aim eim scop. For instance. dreamed 1088 los pierdere dri:md . dealt delt (in)tool tu.igni 10 watch wotf a privi to count (with) kaunt it conta I a thetbiDgs you gave your life 1:0 avea importan\a (in ochii) the things to which you gave none DAn nici unul your life to fm fil a umple 'to break breik hroke brouk hroken unforgiving 'Allfa 'giV1U neiertator 'braukn a da:rima..IDtr. ( aici) to dream dn:m dreamt.look -a parea. walk with Kings .in lac de cronscieDee 'konjns conwtiinla illj. sooial worker ..exact la fel virtue 'va:tiu: virtute to hear bea hore bo: bonle bo:n ( aici ] a l'libda.without my mother-in-law in the house .a visa to force fO:8 .. a suporta.1Ifo:d a-~i pernrite.'ronalist psihoanalist instead of ." replied the young husband..sa mergi I pi. a-i da psycho-analyst 'saikau.believe it whe~ they told me you were here in hospiII .sa te slujeasca triumph 'fralamf triumf long . 8 ~e ocupa (eu) heap hi:p gramada lies laia minciuni. 3'lekt 101 eta acolecfiona. Iheamt a sufla dremt sau dr~amed. a Irap trrepcursa lovi.. tur yet . . ticalos 10 hurt ha......an old ladies home. OIl' • '" * HJlI·t- I"j go is what. ~ blonde hlond hlonda yeah j re ." said the social worker.((am.. (aici) muschi thought 60: t gind to serve sa. a arata to :8tUt 6t8:t ~ porni...) da 80 did my mother-itt-law era-mea rn-a vazut ~i soa- I~'IOI'! I know wJ. a.ui bui1d'em 'bildam build them which .>1' :~u 'i ..life.uzat to dead di:l dealt.. (aici) legaadevarul . .pe care l-ai rostit tura I contactul cu cei multi 10 twisl twist a rllsuci. a j . built hilt (up)~aizeci de secunde distance run-distan~a alergata a dam a constr.~e»ti arlituri de 1'egi 'Purta. wininz cl~tiguri to give way to .. nor no :-nici .mult timp disaster di 'za :st~ dezastru. nici rasta1mli ci foe fau dusman knave neiv punga9..'iuly have. "jI'L of social contacts have you? 66 67 .hmg you d like to can tribute ?" I •• I t.. (aici) a neither 'nailla .unly last mght I saw you In a dance-hall with a gorgeous blonde • M'I Yeah .. so did my mother-itt-law.e could re~eve this apathy and depression of bY. worn-om .. .. "Wait just a moment I II ..tat I'd do . a '~ncepe nOI no: nici to hreathe brdS a rcspira. winningI!.activist social to oonbihute kan'tribju:t hui pe tarim a eontri- [ oufdD't .'(I'II'e you my mother-in-law.. nemernie.a da friu to risk risk a risca hating 'heitin ura turn ta:n (aici) rind. "uldriBt= I. ik 'sept a-fara de to treat tri:t a frat a wiD wil voin~a impostor i:m 'posta impostor crowd kraud nml\ime just theBaIne .

inlatura apathy 'rep.. "How long have I got?" "It's hard to say. THEY leading doctor . P050morit lutxious-Iookiag 'reukf::lSIlukiu [a!a ingrijorata eu cheerful 'tSiaful vesel. a newspaper carried the following headline: IF RABBITS DRANK. "but I 1111 v a large St.." "Ive it to me straight . I wouldn't I. comun: aluat.. cale 'dzenaral doctor de medicina generata l'd . who had lost his horse in a hitter battle. were visiting the ancient ruins of Europe." lJoogh dsu (ca sebst.. doctor.i'mens]i imens guide gaid ghid to indiCate 'indikeit a indica CoI0l!Se1lDl kola 'siam to illll8lrate 'ilastreit a ilustra BO:fficieu. don't worry about that. <lbut if I were you. iUB 'rmn:/: ruine to enjoy in Id30i a placea tour tuo calitorie. EVER. (General Practitioner prrek'tifana ootney Two days after a leading doctor announced that whisky. * . .de ce naiba even mor~ gloomily . where he asked the farmer to lend him.doctor de frunte to annoDl!.I would stone staun piatrii '" '" juet d3Ast [aici ] doar to sit about . comun: . to carry . "Did you get her number?" asked one." said the farmer.rlnti Ia pamlnt though ~au (aid) totusi *down * .a sta (degeaba) hriskly 'briskli vioi . parale) (. '" '" .faceri ucient 'emJnt straveehi . ' 'd. I had to visit a neighhour of yo ill'S 1 thought I'd kill two birds with one stone.businessmen 'hiznismen oameni de a. "No. "I'm . * "Give it to me straight.. "Which of those two men is the bridegroom?" "The anxious-looking one. bani. suhst. I just sit about most of the time .sufficient capital. Mr. salads and sex were the secrets of long life. when you haven't got.: Oh. A man never worries about the future until he gets a wife.:l6i apatie depression di 'prefn depresiune 8timuius 'stimjulos stimul(ent) contact 'kontrekt contact gloomily 'glu:mili mohorit. managed to t Ilgger to a ne-arby farmhouse.nd gr rend (Co. The cheerful one is the bride's father. They were enjoying their tour immensely. Did you see her beautiful blue eyes?" pedestrian pi 'destrian pieton to knock down 'nok 'daun a t." said the doctor.ce a 'J\auns a anunta salad -sselad salata seeret 'si:krit secret WOULD LIVE FOR. "How could I get her number when she was going so fast?" "Nice-looking girl.~i mai mohorit f posomorit I:.t sa '£ifnt sufieient espital !krepit1 capital A woman worries about the future until shc gets a husband. you don't turt to build." said Grand.: sick sik balnav serial 'siarialaeeial Two pedestrians were knocked by a car driven by a young lady. Psychiatrist: You don't go out with girls? Young man: I'm afraid not." said the very sickman." 69 . "Dough.l.P. wasn't she?" "Yes.(~rtwatching any TV serials.. In Rome l h guide indicated to them the Colosseum. I'm afraid I've brought you ona long journey. though. Psychiatrist: Wouldn't you like to? Young man: I certainly would! Psychiatrist (briskly): Then why on earth don't you? Young man (BPen more gloomily): My wife is against it.. Bernard dog you could use... Dough and Mr..[aici ] a publica headline -hedlain titlu rabbit 'rrebit iepure for ever fur 'evd ve~nic * . "this illustrates what I've told you not once hUL a hundred times.(aici) apune-mi desehis I pe neocolite '" '" . G.afraid I don't have a horse to spare." replied the other. to relieve ri 'Ii:v a u~ura.1000 de dolari) •• wessman 'bisnismsen pl. why OIl earth .l'8." '" '" * '" '" '" 68 Sir Lancelot. two businessmen. Grand. tUI' immensely . u horse.a:ni catatane. bine dispus ~Il Patient: Doctor.---- - ) 110: Young man (gloomily): Very few. so that he could return to the battle.'P.

stormy 'sto:mi hintuit de furueasca tuna Sarely you wouldn't send II . shaggy dog and cast his eyes towards the dark and stormy sky.)) flute flu:t flaut ht teach ti :tf taught.l. Said the boys to the tutor: "Is it harder to toot Or To tutor two tooters to toot?" lutor 'tiu :ta profesor. nu' depa~ea stadiul p. 70 There was an old fellGw named Green Who grew so abnormally lean. (pe altul) to toot tu:t a sufia (dintr-un instrument' harder 'ha:d. each week than po. panatU pentru aliteraJie eit fi pentru rima # ca element de surpriw to scratch shalt! a zglria to bite hait Lit bit . instructor [aici.?a pronuntatii ~J U: rmau There once were two cats of Kilkenny. de cue .10 h to squeeze' skw:i:z ( aiei ] a turti chest tfest piept Bideways 'Iaidweiz lateral 71 . cast..ta . lite:a greeeas.la nu ajungea mai departe.(joe de cuvinte prin ri'isturnarea elemenielor : Barrely yonwouJdn't send IS dog out on II night like this . LIMERICKS K.dear n-ai da un cline afara pe 0 noapte ca asta).rinite. taught to:t a tnva~a.artt preot Kew kju. 'tu :t. 'in:(init infini:t. folosita aici 0 pisica de ca trecut al perb deripat (acces..unul din cavalerll Me." Sir Lancelot 'lid: 'la:nSlat (one of 80 that he could . Each thought there was one cat too many. That his hack squeezed his chest.Ukenay kil'keni one cat too many priaos I. hun curate ikj.bematiciJm' mreOima'tiJn matematician I lites heinz . s~n 'ha :nao sei Rotunde (that) you could use ju:z pe care II Litter battle 'hretl 0 blitaie cdn.Berruml . And sideways he couldn't be seen.St.} mai greu to tutor (aici) 'tu:ta a invata (pe altul) tooter 'tu:w suflator There was a kind curate Who kept a large oat in Where he taught it Alphabetical Greek.it fit forma inexistenta lui to fight sau ca din substantipulfit dalie). IIhnnuly ah 'no: mali anormal (de) I "row lean Ii:n luoie spate l\ alibi . elina it never got further 'fa:l. cast ka :st a arnnca plere tow8l'ds ·ta 'wo:dz "spre fannhoUBe 'fa:mhautl cas a tara. And they scratched and they bit.knight out on a dog like this .'Ilund te poll Iipsi 'tei. nesflr~it raclclng of brains "rdiu av ~ stoarcerea creierului kind kaind fel Bound saund sunet plane pleia aeropIan Greek gri:k liroha greaca.to cast.o teach two young people to toot. Till instead of two cats tbere weren't any.:: pew pju: strana alphabetical relfa 'betik] alfabetic of Kew a pew. So they fought and they fit. "Surely.ca sA poata the knights of the Round Table to Bpare ~pe::l de rezerva.Ihju :d3 enorm to lWPUIge ':mreDid. and compressed.. And flat. din .at the huge. pu. pronun~ia amer. A mathematician named Haines Aher infinite racIring of brains Now says he has found A new kind of sound That travels much faster than planes.J a reusi shaggy 'f eegi Ilocos n~y :nia~i apropiat.bitten "hitn a muses instead of in'sted av in Ioo de any 'eni ( aici ) nici una A tutor who played on the flute Had t._ I-ati putea folosi eena tioge ·." he said.apro.Sil Lanoelot took one look . "you wouldn't send a knight out ona dog like this.bl. But it never got further kind kaind cumsecade. 'WiD ~ M 'naits av ~ '1.(aiei) doar n-ai trimite un cavaler afara pe un cline ca i4.

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MONICA: He said he'd join UB a little later. la '0 cafea.M. (Goes to the front doarand opena it. pe la ora 11 dediminea. Ma tn tore imedia t.from her chair): That mu. the poet says" and so on and BO forth.i pe Andrei sa treaca pe aioi ea sAmai starn pu\in de vorM. He's got a few things to sort out before our departure. . "the bird is OD the wing. The next day. nu MONICA: "B. Monica. SUE: Hello. 'UE: Dar stai jos te rog.] MIKE: La ce ora. (Se duce la ~a de Ia ttUMre . MIKE: Well.) MONICA: Hello. MIKEI': Deei dar.ri 0 deschide.a. MIKE: What abou~ Andrei? Wouldn't he Jik. CILITORIE PLA. Eu m1i. MIKE: 1 can hear the bell. pentru ultima oara.PTt:R TWENTY-FOUR mpta 't'Wanti 'fo: ItJ PLEASANT 1. Monica." zice poetul. . a"Veli avionul? MON leA: La unu treizeci. "e paaarea in zbor.t? You should have brought him along. Sue.st be them. I'll go and see aboutcoUee. I asked Monica and Andrei to come round for a last little chat avera cup ofcoUee. I shan't be a minute.-acum tmiu. zi. SUE (ridictndu-se de pe scaun): Ei trebuie sa fie. Monica. sa-l aduoi ~i pe el.JOURNEY I. SUE (rising .. Sue . MONICA: A spus eElvine ~i el putin mai tirziu. eh? MONICA: "It's late and I am ready to depart.CUT. MIKEl Dar ce e ell Andrei? Nu vrea sa stea ~i el cu noi la 0 ~ueta? Trebuia. poetul spune" ~i asa mai departs. 2. well. Monica.1 A doua. I-am rugat pe Maruca . SUE: Buna.eto join in our cba.CHA. (Goes oui. ~i-s gata sa rna duo." the poet says.iid de cafea. ) MONICA: BUDa. 15 . [I ese. due sa v.. MIKE: Aud Boneria. Mai ate etteva luoruri de aranjat inainte de plecare. about 11 o'clock A.] MIKE: What time's your flight? MONICA: One-thirty. SUE: Do sit down.

Sue. Nu uvem niciodaUi. MIKE: Sigur eli da. As soon as I-well. For my sak. de cafea): Suferll.r. Nu pol:i totdea. IDai ales de mine. MIKE: Hm. you'd have been pretty sick.. 5. $i lor de noi. as soon as we knew I was going to have a haby. weu'. celor mai multi.. we thought he'd better go in our car and leave it there. MONICA: Oa. 4. SUE: Neither was there a storm on our way hack. eu ma.ins ~i 11-. 8. MONICA: Ei. you couldn't have missed that concert in Philadelphia.? MONICA: Nu." pocket either. And if the plane hadn't been piloted by you. He had to. v-ar Ii fost rll. MONICA: Oh. I always prefer travelling by train. None of the passengers were sick. they saw him. ~i cum Andrei tot trllbwa flii se duel In tlU'a tn intercs de serviciu pentru vreo donA BlipUmtni. pe . neither of us. MIKE: But there are the long distances.tru ee. MIKE: I'm never airsick or seasick. A~ vrea 51 vii semAn.~i-aduci aminte.. could you. tl lubeec grozav pe Andrei. Oricum.ail. especially me. ~ia las at ma~ina 8. Flying is so much more comfortable. ce parere ai~ :Ilcu. Co. Balli rAu MIKE: Nici en n-am ni'ciodaUi rAu de avion sau rrm de mare. Monica? .0 lase acolo. You piloted it so smoothly.ne-am. MIKE: Especially you.u de-s binelea. dragul meu. Nu mi-am vlizut pRrinlii deaproape doi ani. You couldn't have gone to the United States hy train. vreunul din voi dOl de rau de avian. de mare" SUE: N~ai pen. De dragul meu. No. Dar exista dishnte[e lUlilgi" Sue . 5. I'd have given it up .sint . MIKE: tl'enul. in the ai.. MONICA: WeH. MIKE: tml mchipui di de-abia a~tepli. I wish I were Iike you. SUE (intra adudnd tara . SUE: Not at aU" darhng.E: I am.OIIle. ~i niei n-am dat peste vreun gol de aero :SUE: . A condus tot drumuI ptnli 18 Bucure. Mike.mpo? SUE: Imi pare mu cl nu. Bcumpule. MONICA: Yes. toate ca.osa am un copil. I'm sure. you remember. MIKE: Thank you" Sue.. it gives me the creeps when I know there MIKE l Ziboara fhl escalll. MIKE: Faarte cuminte. mllfina de-a curmezi~ul Europei. MIKE: Had there been a storm. MIKE: Mul. . He drove all the way to Bucharest. Orieum. MIKE: Mda" orieum. s-a dus in larA.. I sometimes think that they care for hi.m more than they do for me. darling . af 'n renunta:t bucuroasA.nd of Andrei. MIKE: Do.una ciilll. tn sftr~it" de indatlce am ~tiut cD.~i wei Ia rntoaroere n-a fost furtuna. yes. We're never airsick or seasick. MIKE: Very sensible. MONICA: Nu. Facem escaHi Ia B:ruxeUes eam trei sferturi de ori'i ~i ateriziim la aeropoztul de . Trebuia. Sue. You can't always tra:ve() hy train . ili apl'eciez IipirituI.sigura. Nici uauia dintre pasageri nu i-a fast mu. MONICA: Vai. last October when he went 1. Nu te-ai Ii putut duce . ne-am dat saama cl n-am sit pot suparta chinnl atttor we de calli. a~ fi.tin casuh scau· ou trenul. I must say we were 1ucky. SUE: !fit hadn't heen such an important concert. aF Ii ma:i bine sa se dues. .i. And we never hit an .fn Statele Unite eu tre. '" SUE:Eu da. darling? SUE: I wish I could.or elnd .c010. L-ai pilotot a~8 de lin. gindit ell. I haven't seen my parents for almost two years. SU. anyway. mii face sa mli Inn.lumeso.gladly. And as Andrei had.otdieauna prefer sA elUilto.n·a. .fa Otopcni campe la oinci . Moruca? MONICA:.tone cu. SUE (coming in with the ClJ. Anyway. Am :impresia.nul. clteodatl eli lin Ia el mai mult decit la mine.ffee tray): Is either of you airsick. Oricum.i fi putut pierde concertul aeela . to go home on business for a. fost de doul1 od mai Inspliimintata declt am fost. MONICA: No..resccu. we realized that I couldn't go through the ordeal of so many days' drive across Europe.ti.toci 16 .. AU the same. E mul!t: Mai comod eu avionul. Though they are terribly fo. . And they missed us.e. am fost noroco. I can't teU yon how mnch I missed them. I should have been twice as scared as I was .. And he left the car there. niei unul. MIKE: I certainly do.rt alit de important. rliu de avian. We'll stop at Brnaselafor about three quaztess of an hour and we'll land at Otopeni airport around half past five. avionul n-ar fi fast pilotat de tine. . I appreciate your wit.cu ae7'Piciu/. couple of weeks.~ dad!.MIKE: Is it a through flight? . T. MIKE: Mai ales de tine..el l-au v!izut to octambrie treeut clnd. SUE: Dacan-ae Ii fast un conce. De lndati ee .. Ia el. 3. most of you.uh. Trebuie 118 spun d. Mike. yes. da.I: jumatate. MIKE: I suppose you're looking forward to it. da. Nici nu pot sli-li spun ce dee mi-a fast de ei.ell 81' Ii fast 0 furtunA tnvlzd. Anyway.de laPhiJadelphia.

flights always changes beginning with the 1st of April. MIKE: Billa. MIKE: Hello. 6. ANDRE I: Sa u pc ai mei. MIKE: La timp pent!'u ce.ICA: ~i ce u~urare cind se sting l. Jerry ~i Jeff In fala ~ Momca. copii. Two. SUE: Nu. Andrei.. Andrei.45 nu 18 1. Sue.. Our flight is at 12. SUE: San peai mei . MIKE: In time: for what? SUE: They wish to go to the airport with us and se~ Andrei and Monica· off.seven. ' MIKE: Think of it. You . IRIS: Oh. de salvare ~ cind ae aprind luminile deasupra u~ pilotilor ~ivad "Legali. JERRY: Are we in time? SUE: Yes. Monica? MONICA: Nici eu n-am auzit-o. Stai sli numal'. JEFF & JERRY: Yes. SUE: Oh. could It MONICA: My question deserved your answer. I didn't hear the bell. andSUE: No. Sue. And I checked. you are. A\ON. MIKE: Dar 11-0 siI: fie destul 10e in ma~inii. IRIS: ~i eu? MONICA: Tu at sa stai pe genunchii mel . MONICA: And what a relief when the lights go out and you can enjoy a smoke. n-am auzit soneria.drei and myself in the backIRIS: And what about me? MONICA: You'll sit on my lap. SUE: Ei. children. Multumesc. Iris.? SUK: VOl' sa mearga ~iei la aeroport ca sii-i conduca pe Andrei ~i pe Monica. 12. nu de ~ase sau Japte ori ca atunei dnd calatore~ti prin Europa cu trenul sau eu masina.. am fi pierdut avionul. ~apte. Tu. If I hadn't checked in time. . SUE: Vai.6. MIKE: Ia sa vad. nu Iaceti atita: gaHi. MONICA.is a life-jacket under my seat and the lights come on oyer the pilots' door and I see "Fasten your belts" and "No smoki:ng'~ for take-off.. dar mai e timp berechet. there's still plenty of time.. Daea n-as fi verifieat la timp.. SUE: Da. Sa ne grabim. SUE: Neither did I. ~i. IRIS: Vai.four. . we must see them off.go through the customs once" not six or seven times as you do when you travel across the C(lntinent by train or by oar.. Monica? MONICA: I didn't hear it either. Iris. ~i noi trebuie sa-i eonducem. ANDREI (coming in): Hello. Jeff ~i Jerry d(Lu buena ~n casa. MiKE: Gtnde~te-te. ANDREI: M~ e ceva pentru care trebuie sa-mi multumesti. ANDREI (intrind): Buna Ia toata. I'Qciferind. everybody.. Jerry and Jeff in front and Momca. MONICA: My goodness! How's that? 7~ ANDREI: I'd completely fC?rgotten. I must see them off.va centurile= ~i "Fumatul opl'it" pentru decolare.i JERRY: Da. MIKE: Let me see. MONICA: Dumnzeule! Cum adica? 7. slwuting. patru . Thank you. Was the front door unlocked? ANDREI: U it hadn't been unlocked r couldn't have come in.. SUE.. Iris and myself in front. Did you. MONICA: And? ANDREI: I remembered at the last moment. data. taticule.uminile ~i poti savura o1igarJi. Iris ~i cu mine in fala.30. that the time-table for TAROM . A noise comes {rom the garden. ANDREI: There's something else you have to thank me for. JEFF . MIKE: But there won't be enough room m the car. lumea.: Atunci e cazul. 9i am verifieat: Avionu_l nostru este Ia. Now let me count. Now. trebuie sa-i condue ~i eu. MONICA: Then we'd better hurry.. MONICA: Ce dragul din parrea lor! 8. Andrei. Andrei. Daddy. SUE: Or on mine.45 not at 1. U9a de la intrare era descuiata? ANDREI: Daca n-ar fi fast deseuiata n-~ fi putut intra. MONICA: How roue of them! 8. Daddy.gie. Andrei ~i cu mine in spate . 78 nul meu se afla 0 centur8. tatieule. Tu ai auzit-o. we'd have missed the plane. Jeff and Jerry bUl'st imo the house. JERRY: Am sosit 1a timp? . Doi . S6 aud'e tl<n zgomot dinspre gradina.30. I wisb you wouldn't make such a noise. SUE: Nici eu. An. \ 79 . Treei prin varna 0 singura. ANDREI: 01' on mine. ANDREI: Uitasem ca pamintulca orarul pentru cursele TAROM totdeauna se schimba tncepind de la 1 aprilie. MONICA: 9i? ANDREI: Mi·am adus aminte in ultimul moment. ce parere ai? MONICA: Intrebarea merit a raspunsul. You.

Mike. .. Dar sil reoapitulam. Sue. I'll drive. . If it hadn't heen for youMIKE: -Miss Cora would have travelled most uncomfortably. septemhrie. MIKE: As you wish. everybody.d pe . Plecarea din Landra ou masina la 1. 9. 0 sli faceti au rindul. MIKE: . MIKE: Oh no! Iris opens the door for Mias Cora. ~i Miss Co~a are sli stea pe genunchii tiL MIKE: A. MIKE: Mda. am aosit 181 timp pentru aeeoport. Crossing the Channel on the same dayIRI S (who has been looking out of the window): Eight! SUE: Eight what? IRIS: There'll be eight of us. Miss Cora is coming. Daea n-ai fi fost tu . la toatii lumea. SUE: Vai. MIKE: Fred. . iuhito.. nul Iris deschide rqalui Miss Cora.' I" " 1'''1 r' . MIKE: Well. MIKE: De acord. Traversarea Canalului in aceeasi zi .ra ~i pe baieti 'in masina ta? FRED: Sigur eli. MIKE: Splendid. thank you.genunohii mei. hutFRED (coming in): Hello.. ! I'l!f"r liFt-IFIll" r. MIKE: Yes. e~ti omul destinului. disculam despre vacan~a noastrli to RomAnia. darling.aeroport. Miss Cora. I hope I'm in time for the airport. MISS CORA: Good morning. Goodge.. MIKE: Fred. Fred. and Miss Cora will sit on your lap.. in the oar. "'1'" ~"'''I1-'''I~!'' ""~r" . . dar cum 0 mai Inghesuim ~i pe ea tn mafina? SUE: Nici 0.8 going to London airport to meet a renowned mathematioian from Austeia... Can you take Miss Cora and the hoys in your car? FRED: Of course. yo. before we leave for the airport. I wish you wouldn't talk like Mr. But let's sum up. I can. multumese. MIKE: Splendid. te rag sa nu vorhe~ti ell Mr.. Goodge. Am &~ conduc eu. yes.. Poli sa vii 181 aeroportul Loadrei . sa. MIKE: All right.. we did. 1"" "I '.' • "'I . am discutat toate amanuntele aseaea la petrecerea de adio. MIKE: Nu se poate! Baba asta . SUE: Mike. If . Sue. MIKE: Well I never! That oldSUE: Mike. we went into every detail last night at the farewell arty.P FRED: Chia.u are the man of destiny. . a~a este. . You'll take turns. 'f"" "" ''''~'' •.. FRED (intrind): BUDB.. tnainte de a pleca 18. everybody. "" ". MIKE: Da. Ei ~i aeum. da. Miss Cora ar fi ciillitorit cit se poate de incomod §ezin.. scumpo. dar .. IRIS (care s-a uitat pe fereastra): Opt! SUE: Opt ce? IRIS: 0 sa fun opt in ma~ina. 9. grija. Departure fro London by oar on the first of Septemher.IRIS: All right.. let's talk about our holiday in Romania. Mike. Miss Cora. . sitting on my lap. darling. Poti S-G iei pe Miss Co. I " r" '"'!! nl' '''' I " . Vintl ~i Miss Cora. SUE: Oh. SUE: Mike. . Fred. Now. SUE: Mike. MISS CORA: Bud dimineata 181 toata Iumea. Sper CB.r mii duceam la aeroportul Londrei CR sa inttmpio un renumit matematioian din Austria. Can you come to London airport-? FRED: I Wa. but how can we possibly squeeze her in? SUE: Don't worry. '1 r~ ----- ----- lR[S: Foarte bine. MIKE: Cum dore~ti.

6." sau didn't like it either.) plane won't stop at Brussels.0&. to prefer 13. "~ "I"ete." the 1...] 2. 8. unlock the door.." (we. 13.] 4.. She can t . dupa urmlitorul nwdel: "The children "Neither did "NQr did the "The puente didn't like the play.i urmatorul model: ]f tlira omisiunea lui if. to give 10....'!I - ~ l~!U ImlRlllf'!rrrm·" r~ Ir rr "'. "I couldn't the door. 7. to understand. I would give it up. 5." young old. dupli I knew. If you did not insist.• have come earlier. I couldn't unlock the door (~.) 5. too weak. Can you .. The story Was so sad that it made all the children '" weep. 'tweot. Goodge.. ntCl frat-ele meu }...". "Our in plays. rd. co~e in . to forget n. 24.. "His ." (I. caz: 1. have your tape-recorder for a day or two? 5." (his children. to write 6. at all. to hear 14. to stop 4. We II stop at Brussels".~. H I bad known. 'twenti 'fa: "faiv (a) Traduce$i textul din paranieze : .r"'1j11l~ffl~~n'I'IITIT1' Ilm'I~I" 'rrll'''rl'''I". to lay 16. under the table. It's in your pocket. He tried do his best..•. I should have told you. ('S~e'd like to j~in our tennis oluh. 5. !t.. I'd tell you. dupa urmatQ1"I+lmod61: changed unlock 7.f humour. 9..e~ ~a?-'t play the piano {fi nici Jerry). (folosind 8ubiectul indicat in paranieze]. 5.. Can you . 24. 7. It's just as I like it. to answer 3. I felt something '" move in.S. I heard rum . Lwatehed the children . 2'4. 4. "They can't see them off. 12. If I'd 'known. cu. 'go out. "You haven't." 82 83 . I"" ". 1 should tell you. to go 7.. You would succeed if you tried hard enough.'. If the weather were fine. to understand. She IS..nov~ls aren't 'easy. 6.2.. (b) Dap.T1' '1'lrTllT'I'IfTI~'I'I''I --- r' "'~'T1~1""'I"II{Jm~"""mrIfWI'I1~n~III~~'I'I"Jllrl'n I - --=~===-----------~- EXERCISES not for Fred..) "So does Mr.. 2. see you. be more polite. ~lIf'r I "rio '~I'~I!""~ I ill 'FInn. He helped me . ] should do it gladly. J. lean see ." (his . do.nwa and Andrei.." (the mechanie.dupl. we should go for a walk.d indicat am ready. have happened.) (folo8ina su&ieetr. My wife is never seasick (" mct eu): ~. _Don't keep the door open. 3. I should have told you." 'r""PIfIltl'Ir. have told you.'7 "MisS'Cora's cats hate fleas. 2•. 14. (MQ.. He wants . 10.. let me . My tea is too strong •." [oure. 2. finish the work if I started early." (Mr. skate (skelt a patina).. If the plane were not piloted by Mike.i met altcinepa din cas_a noastra). Goodge. . "I care for him.st(1. 4. formele preseurtate sus. to begin 5.I. (b) Rep!i~a# pri~: ''NM en". to like 2. ski (ski: a sehta) ••. finish my work..) parent&.V'!e didn't miss the train (. It might . You are too far away (Ifa:]' a 'wei departe). 'tweoti Ifa : 'tu: CompletaJi spa#ile unde este cazul : goale cu particula to a infinitivului numai acolo Completa/i spcq.i 'fo: 'flri: (a) Treoesi urmdioarele [raze' la treeut." (you. • cross the road."8au parents.. to fly 9. I wouldn't like to have a raven for a pet (fi niei MllJ8 Cora)..) 3'. You should . I don t appreciate his kind o.) 3.] (. Don't ask me do what I don't like . You ought . 'twenti 'fo: 'fo: 24. 2. nor. If it were L "Mike is never airsick.." (1.. repeat the question. 8. 4. paranteze}. 24r. You would be pretty sick if there were a storm in the air...i nici ei}. 1l.. 3.. Had I known. Miss Cora would travel most uncomfortably.} 6. Y~ur pipe is on the table ." (we. hear you. 1.'twenti' 'fa: 'WAn Treceii urmiitoarele verbe La infilritivul perfect: 1.3.. the room.. ~lcas~ ..iile goa~e cu ei1heI'.) 2. (b) a zMea] 15.r!ln~IP'!IJII IF.. - ~~"~~n" I .. dupa urmdtorul model : If I knew. you would understand. 6. or scu neither . 6.. Nu fumez (. 1£ you listen-ed carefully. If it were not such an important concert. to remember 12.. 4. to run. come tomo:rrow?3. I could ate conditionalului din propozi~iile tk mai. to lie [(a) a: minp.." (he. .I "." (Thtl parents. Sue would be twice as scared as she is.oj ReplicaJi prin "~i eu". mijloc~~). 8.) . I made him . She's middle-aged ('midl'eid3d de vi. "Nicl el" etc.

Austria. 10. Mike avea (would) sa stea in fala cu baietii.. going. mathematician.. The guests were coming .45... 19.." (Miss Cora. 5. We'll have to call at the grocer's .. Monica ~i Andrei plecau cu avionul (to fly) in (to) Romania.." 4. detail. fond. Apoi a venit Miss Cora.Ii invitase pe Mortica sa vina La 0 ultima ~ueta la 0 cafea. party. le-a spus ci dacii (e1) n-ar fi verificat Ia timp.•.. the garden gate one . come. wouldn't. on. 5.. a. Doreau sa mearga la aeroport cu parin~ii lor ca sa (and) conduca pe Monica ~i pe Andrei la plecare. you.. you.. Mike se temea ca nu va fi destul loc in mB~in1i.. Jeff ~i Jerry au dat buzna 1n casa. Fred.) 7. 10. wish.. our way . 84 85 . over.. you. Iris avea sa stea pe genunchii lor. should. for.. for.. iar Sue.1. go. the. ll. 4.. door. I did it .." "So he would. at. --- I I' 'I P mtr 1'1"'III." 24. when. u Iussse nici 0 furtunji in aer ~i niei nu intilnisera (to hit) nici un gol de aero Ctnd a venit Andrei. 6.. 12. you really care .. 1 ~'i onica ar fi pierdut avionul. You'd better give . along. now. Acum cttva timp (Some time ago) trehuise sa mearga cu avionul in Statele Unitepentru un concert. last. a. night. Romania . to.. on. the airport and see Momca and Andrei off. 7.. they. The bird is . of them is old. I. into.. Eran ~apte. lap. 'Iris would have travelled most unoomfortably sitting on Mike's lap." 2. Cum ar fi putll! sa-~i lase (to let) prietenii sa piece (to go away) farl!. of Miss Cora's cats liked the raven. "Flying is 80 much comfortable. They are very fond . Monica ~i Andrei in spate. seem... relief.. and. the. I've heard of Sue's twins but I haven't seen . "He drove all the way to Bucharest. been. ·twenti 'fo: -aevn I. 'twenti 'fo: 'nain Traducepi tn limba engleza: (a) Cind a sunat soneria. . pilots'.. If it hadn't heen you.. 15.. Monica era singura. 8.. renowned. from. 17. brought.. I tried several cars but .. Does .inghesnie ~i pe Miss Cora in (into) ma~ina? Din { ricire (Luckily) Fred B. have. the wing..... Europe. hadn't." 6." 3. for. 8. 9.. . smoke. The children wanted to go . Miss Cora. of.6... 7. take-off. parents." heer. Andrei aves sa vina ~i el (would join them) mai drz. 16. Have you read all these books? I haven't read . the house. "I'd cOIDRletelyforgotten about it." 24. 8. of my parents was at home this morning. I prefer travemng .. it. noise. 01 them was seasick.. we. me. to. I asked Monica and Andrei if ." 5.er: 1... to meet. S. avusese noroc. 13.. 2. him. trecut pe la ei (to come round) in drum spt'e neroport.a "Exact". you.8. half.iu. uncomfortably.. Daca avionul n-ar fi lost pilotat de Mike.titui# normald: propozitiile 1. 18. My parents are still young . the last moment. the.. There were tears . and. smoking.. looking. Romania. of them. Iris... 7. more. Sue ar Ii fost de doua on mai speriata decit a fast. a glass .] (d) RepZicati prin.9. am. a. home.." {we. "The plane stops at Brussels. either sauneilh.. uwenti 'fo:r 'eit de mai joa a. r Nici Andrei wei Monica nu aveau (was) rau de avion. 'twenti· 'fo: osika Completa# spa:f:iile goale cu any. I'm looking forward . than. 24. When it began to rain they all ran ." (they. seeing you again. do. I. have. Andrei. out.: I 1111'1111 I'. "We must see them off. There's nothing I have to thank him . We shall leave . Sue ~i-a adus aminte cil. "You are the man of destiny.30 cum M ( as) crezusera. I shall miss . 14.. Monica couldn't go the ordeal of BO many days' drive . Monica a~terta eu nerahdare ~a-~i evada piirintii. member of your family speak French? 9..p~ln~ln I. none. Nu-i vazuse de aproape doi ani. Mike's. "They are fond of Andrei. 6. you. farewell..S. Oricum. of them was fast enough for me.. Voia ~i ea sa mearga Ia aeroport. "Miss Cora could sit on your lap... 9. tn timp ce stateau de verba (to chat). for.... him. 6. sitting. your sake. Se ducea aeolo sa primeasca un renurnit matematieian din ~i pe Andrei Completa. seeing. every. fOl'ward. travelled. went. terribly. September. dupa urmatorul model: "He would like to [oin in our chat. 2. music.i spatiile goale au pl'epozi.. tram. Cut the apple into two and take . London. me.. our holiday.. Before we leave the airport let's talk . a. I remembered . most. again. her eyes. my... nu la 1.. "We went into every detail last night. 3. would. Zhorullor era Ia 12. lights.. the. ill rhlll MtI I 1~lr~~'"'I~I'I '''' 5. the fust .. lights." 7.. if. are.ii aeol« unde este cazul: I. children. 2. enjoy. what.] 6. s!i·j conduce? Cum puteeu 8-0 (mai) . Dar era in regula (all right). Dar Sue avea.. eehipalrmtulenglezesc al eapreeiilor "CIL Line zici" etc. they. We had a chat . 20. of them. 4. the party would have been very dull. 3. one. e'\ Recoru.ettnd cuoituele gn ordinea lor '~A. to care. can. airport. I'm.. 24. I don't think.. make such.

Daca n-ai fi atit de neatent n-ai fi faceut alites gr..tJ1 it full stop mo 'ni :ka 'hrerlnt.ebdr£le de mai jos. Niciunul mntre. 39. 4•. Could Fred take some of them in his ear? (h) Dati l'aspunsuri scurte la fntr. Soar fi putut mtimpla. lasa-te de fumat. Did Monica and Andrei come round together for a last ehati' 2.NlC] unul.:] (iear liu~l. Maruno fnarte putinseaea. Was there enough room in the car? 14. Am inceI'cat (to try on) toate paJaI'iile din {in ] vitrina dar no mi-a placut nici UDa • din ele .. ill •. Were.. wud av !tr~vald Imau. Ne place [Indrligim] muzica mcdema. studerrti n-a putut raspunde 1a in. Did Sue go to the United States by plane or hy ship Jip (papor j. Fa-o de dragul men. Daca n-a~ 'in1eIeg~poanta (to see the point) n-a~ ride. Were any of the passengers sick? 8. Was the plane piloted by Mike or by IlIlothel' pilot? 8.. 30.Oricare. Did he leave his car thel!'e or did he drive hack to England? 6. A. I-am invitat sa vinli Ia ({. 36. .. Daca sueul dlegrepfrut n-ar fi a~a de aeru l-a~ putea hea. 17. mea? .uta 'si: (jam 'o:f at Ili ~eapo. S·ar putea intimpla.? 1. U. Doesn't Sue pref'er travelling by train? 5. GInd ali ateruat? 7.Fnarts cuminte din partea tao 10. Ctte romane de Dickens a1 cHit? .sa..ri'ispunsUiI'ilungi ~i acurtB la fntrebilrile de mai jos . ~ici tu nu mt~l~gi..23.: I.30 or at 12. had 'gon en 'hizTIis tu ru' 'memja fa. sint sigur. vremea n-ar fl fost a~a de rece.11. Nu tllle la ea~. . Did Miss Cora wish to see them oEi? 13. 20. Mil. Care jumatate e a. de fumat. Did Andrei drive to Romania. Ciod avea 20 de allis-a irrrolat In armata. or did he go by plane last October? 5. Este vreuaul din p. Nu siot ohosit.NWlea nu line la e1. 'tS 'tS 24. unquote wj. Wouldn't Andrei like to join in their cha!. Care dintre cei doi frati este mai talentat (talented 'treldntui). either Andrei or Monica ever airsick? 9. Fred avea (would) si-i. anew paragraph an 'drei and me 'ui :ka wa 'nau at 15~ 'frendz 'haus comma fOJra 'Ia :st ret auvar a lki\p av 'kofi fUll stop' '0.. 'twenti 'fa: i'levn (a) Dati . Would they have missed' the plane if Andrei hadn't cheeked? n. Daca sueul degrepfrut n-ar fi fost atIt de aeru ]-a~ fi putut hea. .vrea (to wish) sa ma pot lil.liei wa .t full stop and wen WI' 'SCI quote 'o:J lIea '{rem:lz. Ce ai face dad toate luminile soar . in masina lai. tree f:iorii cind v.. 18. Dupa unnnnut s-an reaprma. Are Mike and Sue and the children going to spend their holiday in Romania o. 33. Wi!] they leave London on the 1st of August or on the 1st of September? 81 . (b) 1. Nu iuteleg . mers la mare dad!. tneeFci.. Va trehui sa facem eu rindul.m(dr 'ldmauBt I itu: 'ia :z· full stop an"drei had _'hi' II.3D? . 12. A~tept en nerahdare spectacolul de m1ine.Jui. Didn't Jeff and Jerry wish to see them off? 12.eJi 41.tocit cit ss poate de incomod §ednd.Nicieu. 32. a~ade reee.N-am oitit mci unul..tu 'w~ 'ka: iz 'mo: !'Ian ai kan 'tel full stop if it 'h. ore cfud deodatil Iuminile s-au stins. Am merg. n.b-in fa Ifred comma lrois 'ko :ta.. 5. 15. Didn't Mike pilot the plane smoothly? 7.~~ 'pearonts .' DICTATION andrei and me 'ni :ka. Was their' flight at 1. Daca n-a~ fi inleles poanta n-a~ Ii ris.. Yin ~i eu mai tll'ZlU [tojoin]. av 153m 'get in. A~. Ar trebui sa.iJ.t1'ehare. 'not at 'wAn '(la:ti az (lei had '90:t full stopeei 'kud 'i:zili hav lmist &a 'plein full stop. . ia pe biiieti ~ipe Miss Cora.45P 3. sa. 'Ii :viu ~ 'dei hai !pl~ fun stop '!Akili 'nail5ar av aam WdZ 'eas:ik fuUstop I. 3.st An 'kAmft~· bli 'wtil] on 'maiks 'loop full stop. NICl Jeff (¥) BICI Jerry nu ~tlu sa schieze. Are Andrei and Monica flying back to Romania today or tomorrow? 2. 'gen full stop i5ei vra 'lukiiJ !fo:waod. 2. 16.)V Ilea 'flalt full stop it Wl}z . Is their Hight at 1. Are Monica's parents fond of Andrei? 4. . 22. 'lAki semi-colon "la :8t ok't:l1wa bj. 29. Will they land at Otopeni an-port 01' at Baneasa airport? 4. and 'lAkili 'tu: an 'drei had ekt lIa taim . 13. Will they travel hy plane.m de "reo doua '. ~.e.arin~ii tai aClasa? 26.rednl.m f:i. Lucra.)t 'twelv 'fo:ti 'fai" comma. 34. Daca n-ar fi fost Fred. Daca til Ia mme. Miss Cora at fi calil. 'Daca n-ai fi flieut atitea gre~eli profesorul n-ar fi atft de SUpaI'at pe tine. 9.r in another counteyi' 9. 'mi:u 'mis 'ko:ra 'tu: comma sv 'ko:s full stop 'han kud '0:1.or) o~ueta Ia tru pahar de vin (wine wain) . 19. 8.24.e la mare dac~ vremea n-ar f:i.a mcerci 37. 'si:n ikI. 21.28. .Austria. . C~~ia ta tr~1:mi~.stinge? 48'.iid 0 omida (caterpillar 'kret~piI~).Monica ~i Andreia:~teapta ell nel'i1bdal'e sa-~:i revada parintii.geonnchU tlli Mike . 6.? . war altlkfas tu 'si. Am decolat (to take off) la or-a 12 fa. 10. 25. fie sau p~ pi~u sa~ in propriu] tau buzuaar.u:ici muzica niei cuvintele. Ar Ii trebnit s. pe . '~emh Wd 'g.3. 35. 38. hy train or hyear? 10. a 'kApi div 'wi:ks full stop . Gould she have gone to the United States by train? 6.

"PfII1111''''''''!l1'''''!'''''''I~'' - 'r'1111! IWlr1r11''I'r''f"" "-----"-= "'Irl'" 1'1'" - I f11~n'!rn!.~: 'a: 'ai 'ei .. (d) Intl'ebati fn limba engleza 1. to pave peiv a pava. diavol degrees of comparison. dacil. U. 6. For how long hadn't Monica seen her parents? 7.. In the country of the blind the one-eyed. 10. 24.'ti: 'eitJ'.p'~IIII!iWt II 'j"~' "I' W r' I 'f'lr'I"~m' 11'f111"Jlllql'jll"l~"" 11"1'11"11'1'11Iffl~' Uri 'In".'krepitl 'ei 'ju: 'es . What time was the flight actually? 6. al cui spirit I-a apreciat Monica. pentru ee i-a muJ~umit Monica lui Andrei.liitorit incomod. b. dael1 Monica a apreoiat spiritul lui Andrei. Who did the children want to see off? 13. de ee n-au venit tmpreun1i. b. pe cine a invitat Sue Ia 0 cafea.i cUlJintele de mai jos tn ortog7'afia CU7'enta: 'ef 'au 'a: 'ti: 'eitJ .'a: 'i: 'ei 'eI 'ai 'zed 'i:_ PROVERBS Hell is paved with good intentions. b. 9. b.nalila mei unul Mahomet rna 'howt aunt a:nt m. Who was Fred going to meet at London airport? 14. 4.Ia. woman. If you run after two hares you will catch neither. How many times do you go through the customs when you fly to the United States? 12.'m: 'i: 'es 'ti: 'ai 'en 'Wai . b.}u 'ju: 'dsi: 'eitf . pe cine tndrA.12. If my aunt had been a man.o would join them a li.. b. -twenti 'fo ~ 'twelv SPELLING SC7'ief.'au 'a: 'di: 'i: 'ei 'el. a. '" '.'krepitl 'bi: '8. 11.~m~II~~I~I". la ce od. este avionul lor.'m: 'i: 'pi: 'ei 'a: 'ti: '[u: 'a: 'i: . a pardosi intention in'tenIn inten}ie . cuMoniea. de ee nu poti merge din Anglia in Statele Unite cu trenul. Il. eli 'gri:z :w k~m'prerisn grade de comparatie the blind (1.-ci1eopm VO!BU si-i conduoa pe Monica ¢ pe Andrei la plecare. How many of the passengers were sick? 11. daell.'ju'~ (en 'si~ 'au 'em 'af 'au 'a: 'ti: 'ei 'hi: 'el 'wai'kei 'en 'dAhl'i: 'es . Why eouldn't Sue have given up the concert in Philadelphia? 9. daea Andrei a venit hnpreunii. Wh.ttle later? 3. a.go to the mountain. she would have been my uncle. 7. S. and~evil are the three degrees of comparison.'es 'i: 'en 'es 'ai 'bi: tel 'i: ." 11 '1'~~. a. man is king.: 'ju: 'dAhl'es 'i: 'el 'ea . erne VOla sll. Where were Monica and Andrei flying to? 4. neither '. daeii plirin~ii Monieai tl tndrii.~'''~'nr'''Ii~iI'~ --~~--- --=----- (c) Rdspunde# la urmatoarele intl'ebCiri: 1. Who came round for a last little chat? 2. Monica a~tepta eu nerabdare si\·fi revada parintii. daea Moruca i-a multumit lui Andrei pentru riispuDS [rbpullsul saul· b. 3.:1 'hlaind orbii 'aid ehior . tz.-l conduca la pleoare. a. Il.'pi: 'el 'i: 'en lti: 'wai'sir 'eitS 'ei 'I:i:.gesc pe Andrei.Ievil 'devl drac. Who would have travelled most uncomfortably sitting on Mike's lap? . Miss Cora I. Man. Mahomet must . dacl avionul lor elite la 1. daea.'es 'em 'dsblou 'ti: 'eitj 'e1 'wai .. d!. H the mountain will not come to Mahomet. b. dscii po~i merge din Anglia tn Statele Unite cu trenu'!" h.'el 'ai 'ef 'i: 'haim 'd3ei 'ei 'si: 'kei 'i: 'ti: . Il.'dilel 'au 'ai 'en . eiaci. Mike a pilotat avionul h.'krepitl 'pi: 'eitj 'ai 'el 'ei 'di~ 'i: 'el 'pi: 'eitJ 'ai 'ei . What time did they think their plane was? 5. a. cine a pilotat a vionul. b. a. 2. Who did Maruca's parents care for? 8. ce a~tepta Monica eu neriibdare.atu~a uncle 'Aukl unohi 'WAll one-eyed ~e hea iepure 88 .gesc parintii Monicai. Sue i-a invitat pe Monica ~i pe Andrei la 0 cafea. a.: 'i: 'ell 'au 'dAhlju: 'en 'i: 'eli: .'di: 'i: 'es 'i:' 'a: 'vi: 'i: .Les 'i: 'ei 'es 'ai 'si: 'kei'ei 'dAbl'pi: 'a: 'i: 'si: 'ai 'ei 'ti: 'i: ..'pi: 'ei 'dAhl 'es 'i: 'en 'd.30. de ee ar fi omtorit Miss Cora incomod..)i: 'i: 'a: . For whose sake did Mike pilot the plane smoothly? 10.Ir Ii eii.

Caesar: He is a dreamer.a privi Ia what sayst thou 'sest i'j.March. as be was ambitious. . die _.turi tears ti:~Z' Iaerimi to judge d.pect ria 'pektll'espect Ire patient de 90 91 .In loeul meu 1:0 stab 5tmha injunghia.Iover IIA va ( aici) prieten Muse ko:z canza .)oia ret a se hucura de valiant 'vmlj. lavon· zat de soarta to rejoice at rri'd. that you may hea. :and J ulius Caesar !d3u.:Iias 'Bi :za I. Coca: Speak. as he was fortunate. III.e8 eu nimie <nai mica death de6 moarte demand di'ma:nd [azi] demands hase beis jOlmlc hltreabli .lata ambitious rem !bijdB ambitios to_censure 'sen!" a jndeea.Il\Yin this asse~bly. Who is here so base that would be a bondman? H any. for him have I offended. neatiruare tyranny 'tiram tiranie Ibid. aveti rabdare till the last . than that Caesar were dead.:mtviteaz to honour lou~.! feFe~te-te de _ the . I weep for him. and lovers! hear me fol' my cause. :i..a oinsti 10 . Caesar: Whar man is that? Brntus= A soothsayer bids you beware the :ides of . Brute? Then faU. Cinna !sma 'lihati libertate freedom 'rn:ddm lihertate. look upon Caesar. Sooth:: Ay.des of March ()i 'aidz av Ima.. 76. Caesar. a eritioa tosley slei slew slu: idain 81&D wisdom 'wizdam in~. honour fo.mat putin hondman 'bondm. Brutus:. that you may believe: censure me in your wisdom. Who is here so vile that will not love his country? If any.g tlrolJ multime to look. wept wept a plinge fortulnlle 'fo :ilifnit rroeocos. would [aiel ] savrea less . Who is here so rude that would not he a Roman? If any.i. and death for his ambition.. I slew him.h:ru:bs to bid hid.elepciune (inpechit) a ucide to awake d 'weik awoke a 'W"auk there is En ioc de there are awoke sau lIlY1Iked Iweik:t a tl'ezi ~ senses -sensia sim.~it Roman' !rauimm reman countryman 'kAntriInan pl. have respect to mine honouz. speak. a rugaja porunei to set. Sooth. 1. I rejoice at it. I pause for a rep~y. bade bred Lidden 'bidn ( ul'mat de infinitirn. countrymen ·'hntrima. f::aesar: What sayst thou to me no'V?' Speak once again.cam degraba. to live all free men? As Caesar loved ~e.t that I loved Rome more. t:aesar (to the Soothsayer): The ides of March are come. let us leave him pass. Ii. Caesar! (Dies.au? ( uzi ) what do you say? .}n· rob had you rather .sa '~raiasca and.l 8CUrl. for me! (They . hut not gone. Then none have I offended.any dear friend o:f Caesar's. f::aesar: Set him before me j let me see his bce.r: believe me for mine hOn011I:.ap vrea mal for . Beware tbe ides qf March. and.. as he Was valiant. Caesar: Ettu. I honour him. die all slaves. foil' him have I offended. set' Bet a pune Cassius 'kreaias felow 'felan (aici) omule Ibroo. but.:tf idele lui Marte Caesar 'si :za BI'IllnS '. fox him have I offended.r his valour. upon (infJ€chit) .stab Ca6$a1'. adunare valom: 'vrela vitejie no less 'nOlU 'l. and were living . come from the throng.fiindca to weep wi:p wept.me .n conl!etiilean . sa mur:iti slave slei:v selav freefri : liber as . ) a cere. soothsayer 'BU :6sela ghicitor Lew8lIe hi 'we:.Cassius: Fellow.QUOTATIONS SHAKESPEARE Soothsaym': Bewa:rethe ides of March. joy for his fortune. AD: None. this is my answer: not that I loved Ca~sar less b?. Brutus: Be patient till the last. Brutus. uountrymen. hands. Had you rather Caesar wera Hving. that you may the hetter judge. to him I say that Brutus' love to Caesar was no less' than his. mine (inainte de SlocuMin we de my) hODour 'ona onoare. III. cinste re$. There is tears for his love. and be silent. speak. 18. Romans. none. set.pina Ia sf]r. 1.ee spuij' dreamer 'dri :ma visatol' to pass pa:s a treee (ma:i depaete] awake your senses. If there be 3. speak. U then that mend demand why Brutue rose against Caesar.)AdJ a [udeca joy dJoi bu~::urie if there be (uzi)}f I:heJ'e is fOl'tune "fo:tI~n neroc 888eII1bly a '5emb].are come [asi] have come au sosit ay a1 yes Ihid. COma: Liberty! Freedom! Tyranny is dead! Coca 'ka::skaliLerty fol' . ati prefera 'pe:iInt.to be silent )sailantatacea to believe Ili'n:"'a crede . .

But one man loved the pilgrim soul in you.Ieft . haved like a perfect gentleman. WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS (1865-1939) 'wili. fled fled a fugi to pace pais a pli~i overhead '. pile 92 Tbe young newly-weds were alone on the train which was taking them on the first stage of their honeymoon in the." replied her husband from behind the morning paper.}m 'hAtL. III. and of their shadows deep. First Nurse: "I went out with Doctor Hopkins Tast night and he he.. 'I '·"'!~l'mj.read slowly soft soft blind. bent bent a se apleca beside hi 'said Ung1i hars ba:z gratii .. when I'm ugly and wrinkled 'riukld .e tru: adevasat "Will you love me when.fata de el am gre~it rude ru:d grosolan. {oiei } a molai . After ten minutes of complete silence.r to murmill" 'marrna a murmura to flee fli: fled. And slowly readr and dream of the soft look Your eyes had once.cind voi fi urltli ~i zbircita bUss blis Iericire Ieunifer 'd3enib Of course I do .. And loved your beauty with love false or true." "I know that you must have a good reason for wanting the grand piano.!1"1'1I1"I"11"1 ql'~IWlr1111'IMT""IIIII'"'fIIlnl"I~II"1"'I"'lln"'111I'1qr~III!l". a And paced And hid his down beside the glowing hal'S little sadly. ~ Iq~~I~11~II'i1"'~i1II~iI''iIilI' i '1~111I'I~IIHIir~i1li!I'm'I"'lr'I'r'"I' -=0 11['11"1 '~ffil'I'I'11 ""'f'll'I''''r'' I"" IIII'~I' n'I'1i'~.' "r"~' II" . ~~ to offend :::I Ifendl a jigni . the nervous groom said. dulce. And nodding hy the fire..II' I "e"I'l>1~ 111I"11'I. intristare ebangjng 'tJeind:riu sehimhatoe to hend bend bent. I wish we'd brought the grand piano with us from your mother's home.privire shadow. How many loved your moments of glad gr.. "Darling. "We must have a cup of tea together! Tell me. 12. "Please tell me what it is.-gr~nd 'pj renau pian (cu ooada) .o['1rr .. 'Ioodau umbra deep di:p adlnc shadows deep .south of France. teo." ". calm look . (aici) gratiile vetrei I caminului glowing 'glauin dogocito.deep shadows Gl'ace greis gratie beanty 'bju:ti frumusete false fo :18 prefaeut. cried. When you are old and grey and full of sleep.ma opresc ~i astept raspuns none nAn (azi) no one JOKES Ibid. a gl'e~l fa~a de him have I offended ." .fire faia fall to take down (a book:) .. And loved the sorrows of your changing face.elnd vei fi blitrina to Dod nod." Second Nurse: "He bores me..:! -jeits WheD You Are Old. de deasupra capului amid a imid printre crowd hand multi me. falarnic tru." replied his bride. . And bending Murmur.' Hopkins 'hopkinz to hehave hi 'heiv a se purta to bore bo: a plictisi '" '" when you are old .read . "What a coincidence!" she. take down this hook.}uvabed de sus. I'm ugly and wrinkled?" asked Jennifer after one week of married bliss." he replied. ". ii.Do you love me? nu la Will you love me? '" '" * *' A woman met an old friend at her psychiatrist's door.Elce.replicii la ." "I've left our passport on it.a lua (0 carte din raft) slowly . how love fled upon the mountains overhead face amid a crowd of stars. newly-weds 'nj\l~li 'wedz proaspiit casatoriti tage steid3 etapa hone~ooD 'hAnimu:n luna de mrere France fTa:n8Fran~a nervous 'n:}rvas nerves I wish we'd hrought . are you coming or going?" 93 '" .am uitat pOBsport -pa :spo:t pasaport rye . pilgrim 'pilgrim pelerin sorrow 'sorau mihnire.. necioplit 'rile vail tioalos will not [aici} sa nu vrea to pause po rz a se opri reply ri'plai raspuns I pause for a reply . .pacat ca n-am adus grand piano . "Of course I do.1IlI'1ili1!ffii~'llI!1Il'IIlijil 1 __ ~ ~ _ _ -'~ .

wonderful talker.state.stare depresiva to get loager .y 'soznbali sumhru I went tn the seaside last year. there was a long. "What happens if you pull hoth strings at once?" The parrot aid. doctor. You should have arranged for him to see me long ago I" Patient's wife': "But. as you say) what's the point? Everything's so futile . "Five grains. honeymooners 'hAnimu:naz perechi in luna de miere The psychiatrist had listened interminable account of his depressive.)'ma:tau pl.a cere un pre~. "If you pull the string on its left leg it sings La Paloma. "Well." tu my mother-ill-law. to pull pul a trage "bing striu sfoara Psychiatrist: "Your husband is suffering from a severe mental illness. doctor . young man. "Your patient has already been dead for thirty-five seconds!" dosage 'dausid. 'sa :d... I suppose r could try to help you.3 doza particular patikjula anumit ilrugdrhg medicament to admiDister red'minista a admirostra pn.I think til answer should have been-" "Don't bother." replied her friend sombrely." She said. "But. "about that last question of YOlITS. 94 neeesaaey 'nesisari necesara the other' way ..nu voia. .ais cu oriee un pre1 I niei diffidently 'elifidantli nelncrezator.he annoyed . .nahl interm4mhiI account . . I. You could tell they were on their honeymoon because they all started yawning at six o'clock in the evening." broke in the professor.." replied the tudent confidently. greindram onfidently 'konfidantli eu bIcredere.gla :.-- - would "ll 1 knew that.e mort de When my mother-in-law is with me she throws tomatoes. I wouldn't mind 81) much if she would take them out of the tin first. refuza • '" • A professor of medicine asked a student what dosage of a particular drug should be administered to a patient. . perch pa :tf stinghie • .'" interminahlE in'ta:m. would you consider the operation to be necessary?" IUlrg OD. a Iua :.)'noid a fi suparatl enerva t tomat~ ~.gloom¥ silence.nl" "I~" .an chirurg '~. I?" kau 'msidus coincidenja eoincidenee The neurotic builds castles in the air. There were a lot of honeymooners at the hotel.. sir. you could lel1....III dadeai seama to yawn io:n a caeca * . a fi tntreg la minte wonldn't . At last the psychiatrist raised his head slowly.altminteri '" *' 95 . the psychiatrist charges the rent.. "I wouldn't be here. his face getting longer and longer..." .a tntrerupe to glance . l~W'II' l'"]""" Ir"" I '\ """'T'm'rlll"mr·llln~"rYI!'-rm~III'n'I1lI'llr~rm -- ---~ ---==~ --.a se Iungi gloomy 'giu-:mi aumbru lethargically le '6a:dJikali letargic what's the poin point? ce rost are? futile 'fj u :tail inutii '" '" to his patient's We've got a lovely parrot at home .'l'otik castle 'karsl castel psychotic sai 'kotik to dtarge the rent 'tJa:d3 I!. '" '" • somhrel. indoit to gulp gAlp a inghiti (in sec) to bother 'bolla a se necaji I osteni I sinchisi 10 b. HI fall off my perch.i. glancing at his watch. to . If you pull the string on its right leg it sings Santa Lucia.rHlration opa 'reifn operatie :. At the end. ar binevoi '" • annoyed * • Surgeon: "If 1 considered an operation to be necessary.ive the money to pay for it?" Patient: "Let's put it the other way. the psychotic lives in them. But a minute later he raised his hand diffidently. sa at any price pll'. convins II< . "Professor.' """"II"'Ur~'lIIPfJ1h""~I'I' "nl'I'" . neurotic njw. when he was in his right mind he wouldn't see a psychiatrist at any price!" to be in one's right mind.reak in . you old fool." he gulped.QS a arunca 0 privire has been dead fol' .dad.jl~~Wjl~W l' I ." he muttered lethargically. •• 1 '" "I~" t ~•• " '~I"'" .a 'rent a cere china to charge . I showed it I said. .}'kaunt relatare depressive state eli 'presiv 'steit . tomatoes -z rosre if 8~ 1Vould. madam. would you h.if I didn't have the IlIOIIey to pay for it.

firl proie5or. perfume 'pa:1ju:m parium WiIlie'wili to send send sent. Ball hOll IIpring spl'itJ izvor.I'. 'Twould have been a sad thing .mi se spune through 6ru: ( aici ) dio pricina silly 'sili stupid scent sent parium There once was a young man named Ha D Who fell in the spring in the fall.grin Pulled the fisherman in.mpn a desehide A canny sa mora fm." she said. Had he died in the spring.it woolcl bad he died . Her thanks were so cold They quarrelled. "I will open your head. I'm told. "What was that you said?" The hunter shouted at the top of. sent sent (aici) a oferi IDghly 'haiti 'in eel mai toalt grad di8ple:asin. his voice.) stateau la un pahar elUlDY 'kreni abil fisher'fiI.} pesoar to fish a." The dinosaur looked a little nonplussed. In the midst of their quaffing They split their sides laughing And each of them is now a mother. Through that silly scent Willie sent Millicent." Staines steinz brains hreinZ creieT(i) when yandle' dai :dud ai to open '. (aici) a arde de nerahdare L curiozitate to contain kanrtem a confine young fisher named Fishel' Once fished from the edge of a fissure.] toamna. "So would you if you'd been dead for six million years. cadere ~twoold . split split a (se) despica game geim vinat hunter 'hAntdviniltor to come across . vel. For I long to know what it contains.tare de urechi at the top of his voice .. But he didn't . split.) clnd heau mai ell nesat they ap1it their aides saidz laughing (echil' . fall fo:l [amer. descumpanit LIMERI€KS in the midst midst (textual) in mijloeul: [aici} in toiul 10 quaff kwa:f .he died in the fall.cit a putut de tare nonplussed 'non. sMiturA primavarii .a i'ntiIni dinosaur 'darndsC): dinozaur jungle Id3Augl jungla.rplast !ncnl'cat. pescui age eds margine r ute ofiJafisurl. amoeba d'mi:bd Sam S oorn amiba weJle having a drink (echi. "You're extinct.fa: cad to long Iona-i Ii dar. N ow they're fishing the fissure for Fisher. dear.j au plesnit de ris to sp1it. The dinQsaur was hard of hearing. n . "You are extinct." extinct iks'tiukt stins. diaplirut hard of bearing . falie fiI 96 9'1 "Engle23.daea ar Ii murit There was an old lady of Staines Who married a man without brains. "When you die. fisb fiI peste grin grin rinjet 'to pull nul a trage fisherman 'fiJaman pascal' An amoeba named Sam and his brother Were having a drink with each other.g dis 'pli :zi~ neplaeur Millieent -milisnt (aici) 'milisent (that) they quanel1ed Ikworald iocit s-au eertat I'm told .and A big-game hunter came across a dinosaur in the middle of the jungle stared at it in surprise." he said. A fish with a .9: hea (en nesal) in 'the midst of their quaffing (echi~. :to atare atea a se holba That bottle of perfume that Willie sent Was highly displeasing to Millicent.

treg cumnat pbinp fiu Borii. frate tat§. V o. vitreg napoli (de buuici) rude. mama nepoata &otie Datil (de bunici) mare nepot (de bunici) cuscrii. mare I rrr I 111-1 1 I I-I I I DOra uepot (de u.nchi j miitu~} nepoata (de unchi I matusii) var. vara. - - III IIII cnmnatii. tatH. . t. ruhedenii bunioi sot bunic. -mdele sotului 8triibunicii I soliei B A tata unohi ginere DB§ I'n~. ta til fiu vitreg sora dupa fuca: ' I mELmii marna tat Ii I Inca rI II II I III II I' SOaCla vitregii 1- I I . veri~oara 98 .1.si "Dezlogarea" U6. eonaultaji'1' ista d e 1a pag. socru frate copii dupii. "7 I I"'ntrn rezolvare. ~. vitregli bunics.f:ROSSWORD PUZZLE A·B: TOATE BLAGOSLOVITELE RUDE BLAGOSLOVITA DIN ACEASTA. LUME hate yj. vsi. de III mami!. rubedenii rude. "" 28 .

. Totul pence". Then a letter came from. Monica to say that little AIexandl'8 was considered by everybody to be the sweetest angel on earth. Everything perfect. 1. fie vlizut. Sue ~i Mike mceau eu fnfcigurar.bti1H'e 'Ila.ania. Spunea: ~IAzi dimineala. Th. Delta Dunaru.vizite~~ 0 tara despre ':.a era llo·cDI:i'Ui toli a fi eel mai dulce inger de pe piimint. Andrei ". And the Romanian wines. Carpatii. About the end of May the Lees had received a telegra. They sent back a telegram of congratulations and beat wishes.il hagajele penteu tn Rom. Cu drag.. Pe la ~~tullui mai familia Lee primise 0 telegram! din Bncure~ti. erau eunoseute a fi pcintre eele mai bune din Jnme. And an angel is always worth seeing. Andrei. calatoria 100 101 .ful thmgs about.~~ aU2iise~~ lucruri atlt de minunate. the monasteries of Northern Moldavia were said. were known. Mike thought. the Danube Delta. and Mike.FJVE septa 'twenti 'faiv 'tJ CAPITOLUL 25 HAIRCUT It Was.1 pe Andrei} ~i s-o CUQoascl pe rmeuta Alexandra. noi loti.sl-p revada prietenii. "Alexandra was born this morning. ~e . se gindea Mike. To say nothing of the Romanian cuisine. the Carpathians. to he among the best in the world. 2.mfrom Bucharest. pe Monica . 1.i copiii a~teptau de asemenea eu nerabdare . They were loo~ing forward to vitiiting a country they had heard such wonder. Love from us all. . to he everything that someone travelling about the werld could wish for. Au trimis la rindul lor 0 telegrama de felicitiri ~i eele mai ~uDe uri:ri. . Sue and Mike were feverishly packmg for their trip to Romania. s-a nascut Alexandra. and the children were also looking forward to seeing theU' friends MODIca and Andrei again and to making the acquaintance of little Alexandra.Sue. Apo:i a Basil de la Monica 0 aerisoare fn care spunea eli rrucuta Alexaodr." . ln8nbtirile din nordnl Moldovei aveau l'eputapa de a fi tot ce-~i poate don eineva care cilatore~te prin Iume. Sue. TUNSOAREA Era 31 august. It read. Litoralul MSl'll Negre.e Black Sea coast. de ~i uOinger menta oridnd sii. Ca sli nu mai vorbim de bncltliria romAneascli .~ow ~he 31st of August. A~teptau cu nerA.. 2.1&1' viaurile rDmAne~ti.CHAPTER TWENTY-.

I hope. there they were now in their garden.toa~e hagajele in port-bagaj pinll. ~. spuae Mike.'e. Mikearunclnd .. basking in the sun and bathing in the sea all day long.. Mummy. "don't you think that tne boys ought to have their hair out?" "Definitely. dear. "Now where can they be? Jerry! Jeff!" "You are. Unde-or fi? .ed at the hairdresser's. Goodge ~i d~ la N~ ~l .FIh.. crezr ca ar fi cazul ea baIe¥I sa se tunda? _ Categoric spuse Sue.. "We startve:ry early tomorrow morning. Mike i-a gasit ascunsi in subso~ Surprmsesera discu~ia pi'irin~ilor lor . Having agreed and having bye-byed themselves out of the garden. di adina spumn "pa. • ~" S. the boys started off at a trot to Mr." 'Sue said. . spuse Sue cind er s~ aprop1~ra Imp~D!l cu ho_tarire' din spate de clare tatal lor. _~ . _ Ai riigu~eljti strigind. lungime d ecenta. . We don't want you to wear bathing caps like women." Sue said." said Mike.. . Mike found them hiding in the basement.. _ A.Jerry! Jeff!. dear?" Mike asked.shouting yourself hoarae. Jeff.Well. spuse Sue..-n oinciysper. . La ~m~l ~~J~atate am ora la coafor ca sarna coafez. iubito? intreba Mike. . spuse Mike. "Talking of hair. A hair must have got into it for it stopped altogether so I had to have it cleaned!' .s~ va vadii Monica ~i Andrei en asemenea lungime de par 'or.. Asadar iata-i acum 10 gl'adina casei lor. _ Vite ce e." said Mike. "Such a good watch." "Well. Rememher that we're going to spend about a week at Mamaia. ~tn. Mike. When Monica and Andrei see you with hair that length they'll have something to laugh at. Jerry. nothing serious. mamico.Apropo de par. . . Probabil di i-a s-a aprit de tot~i a trebuit sa-t dau 4. Nu uit"a~i ca vom sta cam ? saptii. Dupa 0 cantare indelungata. Nu puteti merge mtr·o calatorie atit de lunga cu parol pina la talie. Ma due sa-i eaut." Sue added. They had overheard their parents' talk and were doing their best to avoid a haircut. ." "Oh. de la pisicile Bale. spuse • ." 5. spuse Mike.. "I'll go and look for them. sa ~iha de ce ride. I untnd Dupa ces-au invoit ~i dupa ce a~ le_~lt lB. " ". "aren't you exaggerating? Our hair only reaches down to our shoulders.devreme wine diminea~a.. eu voi £i terminat de pregatit rulota ~i ~e ?u.. . .de tuns. adauga Sue. "We must talk them into getting their hair cut. tno. ." "And we don't want your tresses to flutter about on the heights of the Carpathians. 102 103 . ~ 3. iuhito. fiindca ]a m~alat. I shall have finished getting the caravan ready and all thp. "At half past five I have an appointment at my hairdresser's for a hair-do." Mike said. luggage put in the hoot hy five o'clock.nimio grav." Sue said when . J II! . striga ea. • Iris se dusese pilla la Miss Cora sa-si ia ~~m~s de la dinsa. I must go round to the watchmaker's and collect my watch. . Jeff and Jerry.s . sa facem. tundeti parul pina la 0 . you know.i l~i dade au toata osteneala sa sa scape . nu ~i inca un eeas a~a de bun. Jeff.Crezi cit terminam tot ptna diseara. dreptate~ Cl11d or . de la Mr." said Sue. gil' al" baie~ii pornira la trap spre frLZerta d-lui Beewn. "I insist on your having your hair cut to a decent length. with Mike taking one last look at the engine of their car and 'Sue tidying the inside of the." Mik'e said. Bpuse Sue.• •~. _ Ce-a avut ceasul? tntreba Mike. P . ~i trebuie sa-lID fac. Dupa ce termin Ia coafor.they came up pushed forward resolutely by their father. _ Insist . trebuie sa tree pe la CeaSOl'IDCarsa-rm rau ?_un ceasul.!1 m~le~~ra. _ Dar." she called. Aeon I must also have my hands manicured. _ tn sfir~it'. . 3.. Pormm foarte . "your mother is right.se~ti cii exagerezi? Parol ne ajunge numai pina la umeri. Trebuie sa-i convingem sa se tunda. .Moo haie~i. plaja ~i sa ne scaldam 'in ~re cit e ZIlla de lunga.0 ultima privn:e la ~otorul ma~inii ~i Sue deret3ci~~ in:eriorul rulotei.. Brown's. _ ~i nu dorim sa va ftlfhe parulID viot pe mallimile Carpatilo>. caravan. the harber·s. "Now. "Yon can't go on such a long trip with your hair dangling down to your waists. "Now boys. Jeff_~i Jerry. nu ga.." "What was wrong with your watch?" Mike asked.. mama 81. When I havefinish.min~ Ia Mam~la. "Oh. Nu dorim sa portal' caschete de baie cafe¢eIle." Alter a long search." said Jerry. Iris had gone over to Miss Cora's to Bay good-bye to her and her cats and Mr. . Goodge and Nini and Fifi. intrat un fir de par. "Do you think we'll get everything ready hy tonight. Jerry. spuse Jerry. . sa vi.

_' .' and Hugh . ~I doamna Lee.er. _ ~i m1ine dupa masa cam pe vremea asta vom traversa Germania. "Well. ineepu dl Brown. Jeff a mtrat In sa mil tunde~i.I 104 105 .. Brown stepped aside. $1 din noudlBrowl_llZbuc~ in hohote de ria. "Well. Mike. 7. • Cd" 'Jff eheama pe noul men ajutor' . 9i la einci minute dupii ee J~ff. Sue ~i 'Mike se baIbara la el. "and Mrs. . Lee. hop intra Jerry ~i zice.nule Lee .Hugh saidl 'By all means. sa BPun~ ee s-a intimplat." said Mike puzzled. a Je~lt din pravalie. in!" The door opened. Brown the barber. The sight of him soared Hugh out . will you explain please.Jeff walked into the shop and said. "WhQ might that be?" said.a~a-l Pravalie ." Mike said..el'~ numai ajutorul meu . tea in the sitting-room.. ~i ce-am avut pina l-am pr. while Jerry still had the same length hair. va rag"." said Mike. un ~ou angtll~t car:e . In spatele lui erau J~H ~ J:l'1'Y' cu mutre sp~ite. $1 atunei s-au gln~lt . The boys came along to my shop and. grozav de repede. reproachful-h'ke..I told you my hair grew ever so fast. 6.wto me outside the shop and I had the hell of a time trying to stop him and make him teU me what had happened. mline dimiHea~a pe Ia zece traversam Canalul Mineeu eu ferihotul._. "Wen. Brown hlll'st into -roan of laughtill'. and there stood Mr. a new man who didn't know them (that's what I was told afterwards).u.. ~ . please."t de rome _in fa~a pravaliei. nu m-ali tuns ca lumea?" sau cam a~a ceva.Hugh zlce". Jeff had had his hair cut and now looked... "Where are the boys?" Mr. 'May I have my hair cut.there was only my assistant.-mi ol'e~te paruI.. De c~ 9.1 ~-a ~IOC'. _ ~i copiii se VOl' eerta cine . ~i va rog eu.tpomt ~l I-am pus. Ba~etn au vemt la mme Ia pravMie ~i s-au urtat prm geam ~l au . Having pulled himself together. v-am spus ea.Sue and Mike were now hav. Unde smt haiLetn? Dl Brown se dadu de-o parte. _ _ Domnule Lee. ghost and bumped' . se holbal'a la bbeli ~i se holbara unul la altul. _ Domnule Brown. you cut it properly?' or words to that effect. s-a a~ezat 'in soaun ~i a zis eli dereste sa fie bine ~uns fiindca ti cr~~:e parol grQZlfV de repede.of his wits and he 1'a.d later on in the evening. Soe and Mike jumped from their chairs. stared at the boys and stared at ~ch other.. And five minutes after Jeff had left the shop. weather permitting. spuse Sue. looking abashed. . . in timp ee Jerry ramasese eu acelasi plir ~ung.0 rulota Chiar b1 momentul acela auzua 0 batale m u~il. domnule . .ar ~ v~zut 0 ~tafle. Sne and 'Mike stared at him. spuse Mike. Br... ''Mr. domnule ·Lee ~I doamna _ ee A . Brown hegan. ca sa nu mal lungesc verbs.sarira in sus din fotolii.sa doarm~ ~corl ~1 erne 1. . ''What's the matter?" Sue cried.~~rown sp~e. ~p~se~ike. intrA! U. '. ~tatI cum. Jeff se tunsese ~i . in wAlked Jerry and said.to cut a long stilry short.. Lee and Mrs. ~l a zbughit-o din pravalie ea apucat . trim and nice. Hugh s-asperiat de moartede pa_~cii. though there were tears in his eyes. Lee-'" and he burst into roan of laughter. . we'll he raising the tent in a beautiful glade in the Black Forest. Why didn't 9. nu-l eunostea (a~~a ~ s~. deei avea lacrimi in oehi.. a fost. Brown. 7.aciita scum lerchezwt dragut.a se deschise. And then they thought-" And again Mr. Dupa: ee t~i'recapat~ st~pinirea de sine'. ~ . 'Now} look here Mr. with a beaming face.zut ca eu l_lueram acolo .i doamna ~ee. ~i iat!i ea in pragsta dl Brown.UItali ee e.Cine 0 mai Ii? intreha Mike. "A. ~1 • e.ii . Do:r. . Behind him stood Jeff arid Jerry. ~ iaes.. _' "Ml!'. it was like this.. Mr..nout of the shop like mad as if he'd seen a. 8.' _ Vaslizicli. .that's the name of my new assistant . Mr.ing their afternoon.?..ime tomorrow afternoon we'll be driving across Germany. §i Hugh ." Mr.' and_ Jeff s~t down in the chair and said he wanted a good haireut as his hair grew ever 80 fast. about ten o'clock tomorrow morning we'll he crossing the Channel on the ferry.aspus pe urmA). looked through the window and saw that I was not in . eu repro~. Lee. Bun. eu fala riziitoare. voIJ? inilla eortul Intr-o poiana frumoasa din Padurea Neagra.. am venit eu cu biiie1. s-a tnt1mplat? striga Sue. Sue Ji Mike .V8..le-a fost fri:a sa mal vina aeasa ea sa nu-i pedepsiti. "And the children will be quarrelling as to who is going to sleep in the tent and who in the earavan->" Just then they heard a knock on the door.1 lZbuCDl in hehote de ris.. daca vremea va permrte." said Sue.spuse Mike nedumerit. "Come.n. _ ~i mai lirziu pe seara. Sue ~i Mike i~:i luau acUID ceaiul in salon. :fci:lerul. Vl'eti va rog sa explicali.they were afraid to come 6. And liere I am with the hoys. "And about this t. UIn e n.i azis :Pllteli "7 . 8.a'wn said. La vede~ea ~U1.. '.

Lee. Mike ~i Sue au incereat sa-'~i is un aer sever p.re falul cum '1i-au pelrecut v&Cants in Romiinia Mike. Jeff ..i Miss Cora) va fi relatati . Lee and Mrs. And Mike and Sue tried to look stern and Mike saidNe. Sue. and Mr. apucat de 0 noua cruii de rill.a will be told . _ No... douhling up and holding his sides. . 0. ~i domnul Brown..0 my God-'. se ineovoiii din ~ale." Well. I want you to just have a good laugh as I've had. linindu·se de pt~te~e.. MIke zllle. vreau sa " Ei bine.tia ..8:viUit in camera cu vestea eea mare: Miss Cora vine cu noi In Romania". povestea deS. Brown went into another fit of laughter. rid eli ~i dumneavoastra eu poftll cum am ris ~i eu. Mr. for these hoys. he didn't say anything. for just then Iris hurst into the room with the big news : "Miss Cora is coming to Romania with us. a apucat doar sa deschld' gura.home in case you should punish them. a mai zis nimie.intr-alti carte.i lel'lJ' . . Lee.in another book.i Iris (. Doamne . he only opened his mouth. the story of how Mike and Sue and Jeff and Jerry and Iris (and Miss Cora) spent their holidays in Romani. wndea biiie~ii a. and please..:. fiindea in olipaaceea Iris a D.

U. 'twenti 'faiv 'sevn Trad ucefi fn limba eng~. .5. my watch.. Acum sa va spun ce-au flicut Jeff ~i Jerry in dupa amiaza-acelei zi1e. I insist your having your hair t:ut. Atunei au Q. Cind l-a va.zut eli Mr. Drown nu era maunUu. Don't do anything until yo~ (to !peak) to hun.Miss Cora mergea eu ei in Boma[lia.i care IIQ']' eunostea. the engine. Terminind cu tunsoarea. roars of laughter.4. I shall finish 2. fura Jerry. . atitea lucruri frumoase despre Romania Snc'lt a~t·eptau cu ner.. ~s soon as the ram (to ~'op) we 11g? for a walk.ve] 4. (1) A good answer was given to me.in·iu]_ ---r" I' perfect. 'twenti Ifaiv 'siks 1. Mike was taking one last look . 2.zut frizer\d g·a speriat tngrozitor. 14..lnl:r.been studymg.. 3. the shop. You WIll understand when you (to hear) his reasons ('1'1 rznz motives. Jeff ~i Jerry trebuie sa se "Wndli. ~o stop 2. 2.a»dare savada aceaJlta ~arii. S. We ha. Au viizut nn frizer pe care nu-l eunosteau . (b) Traduce# in limba romdna formele astfel ob#nu. the best . Afara s-a cioenit de Mr.. Auzisel"B.. the door. to keep S. to run 1.. spuna ca .. Jeff and Jerry walked .2.. L When you (to see) Mary you won't recognize her.taI~)· . feti~a lui Ancllrei~i a Monicli. to underst~d 9. . everybody to he the sweetest angel earth.1.6.. day (2 p~8i. Wbatare :rou doing tonight? 5. Acum. to lie 8. to hold 13. II intrat JeNY in friz:erie. Nu u~or! i-an eonvins sa se duca la frizeria unde se duceau de obicei ~i unde rau hine ounoscuti de Mr. i ivent).. 4.. to tell 14. 9. 6. Brown care a avut mult de furca (lncercind) sa-I opreasca. 'twenti 'faiy 'faiv Unele dintre ele comportii.ie~ii au VB.t~~ ~e~ter yesterday. PI"lP. 4. the world. (a) La 1 septemhrie Mike ~i Sue impreunii cu copiii (lor) plecau intr-o excursie :in Romania.n~ timpurilor . Soan .. 10.1t • ~i la partieipiuJ to go - going - having gone . A mel'S Mr. We must talk the boys . Brown's shop and looked . H)'lng over the Atlantic.. (2) I was given a good answer. Brown. Mr. 25. you will understand 4. 3. Mike ~i Sue s-au gindit ea.. I twenti 'fa iv I eri : Pune~i "erhele din paranfeza la. They were. 25. 25.4. n. Brown eu ei sa explice pllcinlilor ee seintimplase.. he will come 3. I.. Mike ~ Sue face au acum (to make) ultimele pregatiri pentru cruatorie. Dar de cite ori [wheneve»] tncerea sa vorl! ascii izbucnea in hohote de ris. They heard a knock . 'twenti Ifaiv 'fo: Treeesi urmaioarele inrint'tt'"e la .. I have be. she will hear 6. They have. Romanian wines are known to be . The boys hye-byed themHelves the garden. 2.16rbe: I. Sue and Mike stared .. the window. Dupi!l cinei minute. Gtnd s-a naseutAl~xandra.i 108 109 . 12. We are listening to a concert over the radio.. ~i I-a rugat pe frizer sa.. Weren~t you erossmg . Itwenti Ifaiv 'WAn propo%i!ii la Future Continuous: Treceti urmdtoarele 25. S~e told the children an interestmg story (~'p.----r ed C' oelD. Jeff a iesit. 4. camera sa. 1. dupa urmdtorul model.vut 0 idee. 7. . Uitlndu-se (As they Waked) pe fereastra Irizeriei. getting their hair cut. 25. prepozi#i ~i adf. There was something wrong .. answer. fiindca ii ceestea parul grozav de repede. Alexandra was considered . to rise IB. Andrei a trimis 0 tel~grarn~ lui Mike ~i Sue ca sa le spuna despre feDeituleveniment [eoen.EXERCISES 25. 5. 6. dupii. . Brown bur~t . I·can't see you Lefore (to finis. le. Iris se duaese sa-~i ia la revedere de Ia Miss Cora ~i de Ia odraslele ei. £rizern1.en reading. timpul cerui de cOFesponde.7.g1ndit sa-i joace 0 farsi':lfrizerului (of playing a practictil joke on the barber). Have you been I'lrlVl?g all day? 6. The bays went Mr. transfomuIri. bii. He posted. to hurst 11. till have 16. I am looking .5. 2. ~.. to be.-l tundii bine. everything when we (to go) to his ~ffice tomorro_w ~ormng. to tra. urmii. '7.. 'twenti 'faiv 'tu : la Future Pedect: (a) Treceii urmiUoarele propoziiii C01npletafi spatiile goale ell.. !Ii a fugit din pravalie ca neb un.tol'ul model: He gave me a good. sii-~i revada prietenii: ~i s-o cunoasea pe mica Alexandra. They offered hun a good job (dsob sluJbtl) (2 posibilitdfi). bliie~or Ie era teama sa se duea singuri acasa. doua Trece# urmdzoarele propozisii Ia pasi».3...h) my work. 1. Se gindeau ea Sue ~i Mike s-ar putea sa·j pedepseasca.. to put 6. Jeff a intrat :in frizerie singur. II parca ar fi vazut 0 stafie. We'll get everything ready . to write lB.d!. to drive 15. I'll join you when r (to be ready). to seeing you again.. it will go... to admit to sleep 12. 7. to give 3.te.the Channel at that time? 8. He is watching a play on the TV.. we shall speak 8. They ga~e Iris a nice present On her birth3. ~e will tell us. tonight. each other. 8. Sue ~i Mike ar li ris ei (~hemselyes) daea in (at) acel moment Iris n-ar Ii dat huzna :lD. they will grow 5. 25. .o:I~~htdJ~). 13. you will drive 7. hu:i1t new houses in our town..

Deseara voi invata (to study) pentru examon [examenul meu].)d ta 'vizitiu ru' 'meinia full stop i'leihad 'ha:. 4. 2. Who had sent a telegra.ndra waz 'ho:n and Ji waz kan'sidad hai 'evrihodi ta bi· 5a 'swi :tist 'eindsal on 'a:6 full stop. Where else did Sue to go round to 10 Why had Sue's watch stopped? 11: Why were Jeff and Jerry hiding in th~b~s~m~nt? t? 12. 10. 18. De-abia astept sa va revad. Where were Sue and Mike now? . 'heakAl az hiz 'hea 'gru: 'eva 'sau fa:8t full stop 'a:ft. s art air id 'tll • h a haircut or did they try to avor I ~e~ :nd~!~a. Had AndreI sent a te egram or a born? . Ni s-a spus sa. did S .d 'SAtf 'wAndaful '6it!z .a hi· 'left lIa 'ba:baz 'fop 'd3en 'wo:kt in an. De~ mi-am reparat ceasul saptamina trecuta.d a'baut it l'Ieihad 'nau 'taim tu 'ail5a 'la:f 0: 'fraun (frown a 813 incrunta) fa: 'd:>ASt 'lien 'aiaris 'ba :st intu l'I. Trehuie sli-roi fac revizia masinii. letter to say Alexandra was 3.rile..ia romaneaaca este excelenta. 9.00 'ba:ha waz 'skead aut av hiz 'wits full stop wen ISU: and 'maik 'ha. Ultima lui piesa este atit de buna incit merita sa fie vazuta. i.~?say that Alexandra was born? Was Alexandra the IIwe. to Romania or was a e gomg (c) Riispund4i fa u.8. Were they. Brown? 9. ii=d:.25.ntrebii. Wh: was tidying the inside of caravan? the 6. nu mai vorbim de vinurile rornane§ti. Bbown lauhgh at 8.ete. 2. de mai j08: 1 Were Sue and Mike packing or restmg? • . Did the oys go ome .y by Mr. 26. 25. .-mi1toareleintrebiiri: and best wishes? 1. a trehuit sa ia (to catch. ll.:hZ~~~k::. a new paragraph hi 'fo: '. h hair? 4.~ilede mai j~:? 1: Were Sue and Mike packing for. Ce vrei sli-ti spun? 19. h ' d· •? •y . 5 . 'twenti 'faiv 'eit DICTATION (b) Dafi riUpunsuri scurte fa.' ? Didn't the boys exp~ct to he pw_rished i'Y th~U' p. Ai sa ragu~e~ti strigind. 14~ I s-a dat sli inteleaga. Au izhucnit in ris. Wh t was Mike taking one last look at? 5.: 7. Primind un raspuns negativ. Vreau sa rna intelegi hine. 15.. 16. Mike tidying the inside of the caravan? W::e they to start ~n the trip the next day? Did Mike need a 8 D' d J effand Jerry need a halI'cut? 9: Did Jeff and Jel"I'Y play a prscti~aI j~ke on the barber? 10 Was the barber scared out of hIS WItS? . Milne seara vom zhura peste Atlantic. ? 9. e 7.:::el:~s h with the boys? ore wa:~hey taken there h. their tnp to Homania n: ~rt:k. 'twenti (h) 1.)nd 'SU: wi} 'lukit) 'fo:w.swillgonSe? have fini'shed getting the caravan ~eady? 7 B what trme ue. Va trebui sa te tunzi.Jlhaut it full stop lie 'hlrek '81: 'kaust comma ~ 'dronju:b 'delta comma tla ka: 'pei6j. a new paragraph 'wAn 'd.. ea sa.stangel on earth? W· .9.) un avian.g g"1 . Plna miine VOL fi terminat de scris [wruing} toate scrisorile. Miine dupa-amiazn vom traversa Canalul Mineen.. 5. Ca sa nu rnai lungesc yorba. 17. 20. a new paragraph ~ 'rest av ~ 'sto:ri wil hi· 'Wuld in . t hiz 'hea 'propali full stop . 7. When was Alexandra born? ".mz comma i'la 'mOD.l:y a practical joke on Mr.a: ..bsz 'fop for a 'heakAt full stop hi' 'a:skt lia'ba:ha ta 'giv him a 'gud. have an appointment at the air reeser s 8. 23. Unde pot sa-mi eurat pardesiul (coat)? 12..ei in imei tlei had ri'si:vd a ·teligrrem frdnl an-drei fun stop eelig 'za . Plna la ora 6 vor fi primit telegrama noastra. f.rl ri 'pra utft 113 'b a :ba wi {! 'not •h revin 'k1\. 24. have 111 . Asta seara hrtre 6 ~i 8 VOL aseulta un concert la radio.)'nldja 'buk full stop. Wasn't Miss Cora gomg on the tnp to omama WI 4. 6.t haU'cut? . Nu pot primi pe nimeni azi. 8.6 'si:iu full stop.gauiU on ~a 'trip tu I'U' 'meinja 'd:sef an 'd3en 'pleid a 'prrektikl 'd~auk on a 'ha:ba full stop 'd3ef 'wo:kt intu a 'ba. 13. 110 assistant? . Brown or' on his that !: ~i~ 'maik . 3. Did Mr. 21. inca 0 ia inainte. (to understand) eli nu va fi invitat Ia conferinta. Where did Jeff and Jerry go to have eir all' eu . ingrozitor. oin to Romania hy plane or hy car? 2. Exeursia a meritat banii. Vino-ti in fire [Controleaza-te]. Bucatar. Where had lri.nt~ebii. M-ai speriat 'faiv 'nain ( ) Dati riUpunsuri lungi gi scune la l.a 'tu:m ta 'set ilat 'mia 'ko ira waz 'kAmig tu ru: 'meinja 'wil'l !lam full stop. intrucit (as) voi face hagajele pentru clllaturia (noaetra] tn Romania. 25.Jstariz av Ina:tlan moldeivja Wd 'sed ta 'bi: 'pleisiz '~.Did Jeff and Jerry have long hall' or. 22. iata cum s-a int1mplat.~~e~~:m? 12. Pierzind trenul. Was Miss Cora staying in England with the Lees? t Jt~. . venim la timp. a trehuit sahi) caute (to look for) alta slujba. At what tune 1 ue .m of congratulatIOns 3.

b.'a: 'I: 'es 'au 'el 'JU: 'tl: 'i: 'el 'wai _ 'dAhlju: 'ei 'ai 'es 'ti: . se tundA.e~'d~.'el 'i: _'. lend me your ears . Jeff . 113 8 .'si: 'au 'en 'd:ri: 'a: 'ei 'ti: 'ju: 'el 'ei 'ti: "ai 'au 'en 'es .'ef 'I: 'dAbl'a: 'wal _. not to praise him.81 :en '~l 'tl: 'I: '~ '~al . A . daea auzisera de mJ1niistirile din nordo1 Moldove:i. oind s-a nascu t Dllcula Alexandra.i 'ei . de ce nu voiau Jeff ~i Jerry sa. For Brutus is an honourable man. _ .'eltI 'el al 'a: 'SI: 'Iu: '~l: . daca micuta Ale~dral s-a naseut 1a st'lllitul lui mai.Engleza fl.10. cind avea Sue orA la opafor.i Jerry voialU.] Sue a~teptiu cu nerahdareexcursia . And Brutus is an honourable man.krepitl 'em 'ei 'em 'ei '8. vet. cui i-au iucat Jeff ~i ~erry 0 farsa. So let it be with Caesar.i in limha englew' 1.'i: 'en 'd3i: 'ai 'en 'i:'.'au 'ei '8: 'es ']: .'e] 'au len.'si: 'ju: 'ai 'es 'ai 'en 'i: . 8. a. despre ce auzisera. Who did they play Q practical joke on? 14. thieves 6i:vz hot to escape is 'keip a scapa muter 'ma :8te staptn man . a.ai ·d. 7. -faithful Bll?lust to me:' 1 112 . dada Mike.~tJ 'ai :d3i. ce a~tepta. b.speak in Caesar's fu~eral. daca Mike §i Sue faceau bagajele. son. under leave of Brutus and the rest. like Like mother. b. cum i-an entivins Mike ~i Sue pe baieti sa S6 tunda. a. 'eI 'bi: 'eI 'es 'eit 'i: 'di: . What was Iris's big news? PROVERBS {d} lntreba. 9.. (de ac). 'eitj. a. dacii Miss Cora voia sa meargii tn Romania cu ei.ll profesor.'i: 'm: -: 'eitJ . time saves nine.(aici) sluga will not run long.eiti - He was my friend. man.iu:.'e~ '~i 'en '~i 'si: :a: . unde voia sa. . But Brutus says he was ambItIOUS. The noble Brutus Hath told you Caesar was amhitious s If it were so. a. QUOTATIONS de mai jos ~ onowa-fia cUl'entt'l: 'si: 'ei 'a ~ 'ei 'vi: 'ei 'eo ~ 'ei 'dA. a.'ei 'ai '8: 'haifa '~: 'au:. drula Sue avsa orl'i Ia coafor. countrymen. daca Mike ~'iSue i-au convins pe b8:ieti sa se tunda. '. daughter.neasca. - . I come' to bury Caeaar.i: 'ti:j 'eitJ . that men do livl. h. daea Jeff ~i Jerry au jucat 0 farsa frizerului. 'd~~. thief 6i:f pl.9. 'i: '. like Like master. b. cum sint vinurile t'omoll1e. And grievously hath Caesar answer d it.Wenti 'faiv 'ten SPELLING I' I AU cats are g.'I'di: 'ei 'en 'd:ri: 'el 'ai 'en 'dsi: . II Here. The evil. ce faceau ei in dupa-~iazaaceea. like stitI hanged. Why was Hugh scared out of his wits? IS.rey in the dark.. daca vinurile romane~t~ sint hune.u ei cu neriiJjdare.Come I to. 5. b. a.'tt: 'eltI '8. 25.'d~: :1: 'ef '.'e. good memories. a. all honourable men. b. So are they all.bl'pi: 'au 'ai 'en 'ti: 'em Ii: 'el_1'ti: . hut great ones escape.dad. 10. it was a grievous fault" . cusatura to save aeiv a economisij a scuti de should have -81' trebui sa aiba stilch impllDsatur8.31: lettS 'tl': . h. b. meargl Miss Cora cu ei. 'T.ti. Scrie# GUIo'intele tu: SHAKE SPEARE Antony: Friends ROUlans.in Romiinia. b. a. 3. The good is oft interred with their bones.'eltS . ce auzisera despre bucataria rom. ll. 2.: 'au 'ju: 'd. sa se tunda. b. rd:ri: 'eltf.stitch in. He tRat mms fast Liars should have Little thieves are Like father. a.I 13.ls after them. 6. daca auziserli de bucatliria romaneasca. a.ri: 'eitl i: 'eitJ 'eu '. 4.

Omitted. motiv. all did see that on the Lupercal I tlu:ice presented him a kingly crown. Bear with me. borne ho:n a rabda. withheld will 'held a opri. On tide taid maree affairs ~ 'feaz afaceri. Antony I rent. And Brutus is an honourable man. a lnmorneralii minta faithfoJ. Which he did thrice refuse: was this ambition? Yet Brutus says he Was ambitious. temei withhold will'hauld withheld.. shallowB IJ 1ll1auz ape putin adlnci. crunt to cry krill a plinge. taken at the flood. misery 'mizari mizerie.filled riId au umplnt 80 let it be with Caeslll' . vistierie. Caesar hath wept. . Or lose our ventures .}ni 80 are they aU . ·217..normlDtare. a suporta bear with me .a refuzat . .ios to praise preiz a lauda just d3ASt drept the evil '(:vl raul captive. My heart is in the coffin there with Caesar. love .s o.beasts. bound baund a lega is bouild .de trei ori 10 present prl 'zent a oferi ldagly 'kitJli regesc croWD.loved cause ko:z cauza.[azi } when if it were 80 .[ozi } till. :lnca. [aici] flux to lead on to . racla till it come back .}raJ im.back Julius Caesar to III. Did this in Caesar seem ambitious? When that the poor have cried. 'kceptiv captiv. 'feiflful crediDc.este limitata . negresrt I speak no~ {asi} I do not ~peak to disprove dis 'pru:v a dovedi netemeinicia what I do know (forma accenuuua] ceea ce ~tiu 11M.~a. intrepnndere [bid. such a full sea are we now afloat.ai fugit brutish 'bru :tiJ saThatie . IV. de mrn: coffin 'kofin CO~ClUg.ati vazut Lupercal 'lu!j>.79. bound. fiti ingaduitori fala.r~tura (trimisape apa).ri in CLnstea zeului Pan) thri.He hath brought many captives home to Rome.a (con)duce la to omit a 'mit a neglij a voyage -voiida calatorie to . 115 114 . You. You all did love him once. iii.caci stuff stAt rna terie.totusi de cinste did 86.1a fel ~i (ceilalti] lend me your ears . lead.)'krel Lupe~ealii [serbi1. Amhition should he made of sterner stuff: Yet Brutus says he was ambitious. prins.refused . vrednic yet . fill . brutish heasl8 hi :sts dohitoace l'e&8on 'ri:zn ra1111ne to hear bea bore bo . prioft oft ( azi ) often zonier inleued in 'td:d (aici) in 'ta :rid l'8DBom 'r amsarn (pre] de) rascumingropat parare bones baunz oase dilL. And I must pallsetill it come back to me. And we must take the current when it serves. wept wept a under leave . sure.. not without cause: What cause withholds you then to mourn for him? o judgment! thou art £led to brutish . it comes . material honourable 'onarebl cinstit. ii. And. treburi .a~a sa coffel' 'kola cu£ar.bind baind.Iventra marfa..iertali.' flood flAd inundatie. But here I am to speak what I do know. And men have lost their reason. sure f ua sigur.n to fortune.(azi) you have fled . nsfericire to be afloat e 'flaut a pluti cu:rrent 'kAI'3nt curent or .eu voie plinge (eu lacrimi) the rest ~d 'rest ceilal ~i sterner 'sta.(aici) asoultali tati-ma funeral 'fju :n.daea ar fi a~a the pOOl' aa 'pua saraeii grievous 'gri :v~s cumplit.ee &rais [azi ] three times.has told you when that .:mt judecata.na mai dur I aspru for . teeaur fie si cu Cezar the general coffers . Which. Brutu&: There is a tide in the affairs of men. a se jeli fault Io rlt villa to weep wi:p wept. hotiirit.e ~ saw . he is an honourable man. raliuDe thou art fled . futo bury 'heri a ingropa. smircuri .. potop. Whose ransoms did the general coffers fill. I speak not to disprove what Brutus spoke. all the voyage of the:r ~e Is hound in shallows and in mrserres.sau altfel venture . kraun coroana did refuse ri 'fju:z . a retine to m~urb mom a jeli jndglllent 'Q3AdJID.vistieria punohle '~<'lubl nobil blica hath told you .

hut that tlca rushed into the pub just before closing time. . come. LINDSAY (1879-1931) 'veltJdl 'Iinzi The Leaden-Eyed ~et not fh~y do t IS the Its poor ~ot N at ot Not you~g souls be smothered out before quain. ~. leapt lept a sari otI reap n:p a secera.hat is? CJ I Well he is my father! . picked himself up. •• one of them 117 . limp. when caught a beautiful mermaid.V~CHEL.nu te lmpotrivi II teeny hit -ti mi 'bit un pic triumphantly trai 'AIDlantli triumfator I thought 88 nluch . she'll have been there a' full r= I'WIl with any Inck- eu oarecare noroc men were fishing. leaped li:pt sau .riumphantly): I thought as muoh! Now ..·Watrist (t.ai ovnu.Id· (whisky/scotch) ._ Bltl'aOn e1 ox lik 1 k I ik h . ordered five double hns. . smg. for example. UI n2:1. 0 starve.ar sa fie someone's moved my dog . lntins 10 pick pik oneself up . a culege to serve sa.. . ·"Yl"hiatrist: Who does he remind you of? "1 (puzzled): Nohody .eo '(iLl..tI ret lat. ara VIse to 80W san sowed saud sown soun a semana . hut that they die like sheep. '11t)w?" replied the other with a shrug.. e 0 s. P \ P mertr to starve st fhmi' df a:v a. then threw her hack into the water. 'Why?" said his friend.v a sluji gods godz zei sheep (sing. Are you sure he doesn't I you think . your local I' eonstahle. rushed out into the street.. to faU fo:1 fell feI fallen 'fo:m a cadea flal ..(aici) I.. 'dri .welDt em at. that's right.. I· chiatrist: Come.. z.of your father? II I Yes. z apte to flaunt flo :nt a filfli (cu mtnd .] fir. starve so dreamlessly. and muttered: III it. II.litv figure 0: '6oriti 'fig<!' per~ IIlllii. fi pl. neobisnuie. Y 1'1. with any luck.. a muri e oame dreamlessJ. Someone's moved my dog .} Ji:p oaie t C:hiJiI Psychiatrist: Now.a se ridica de ios IIIlBteadily An'stedili nesigur (pe pioioare) atonnd. ) I ~! rre). I heal' your mother-in-law is in hospital BiU: Yes._pO~lor a :mn~~. Sam. 11'01 d at hill' for a few seconds. perhaps .'.d . naJJu~l mJaint kwei ...let us take. just ..mi-am mellipuit eu '" • * 116 .(aid) mi-a mutat eineva ciinele de aiei' *'. drank them straight down.80· menne has moved. they seldom reap' ' serve... ' sow. nutoritara 'I. asemanaa bDilor Jim lim' .}r 'aut a i ~I. Yes very much .. s rti: puriee time till' IkJauzio 'taim ora de that they that they that they that they but. but have no gods to ser~e... aue ca prunen ei "]1- .eyed I3d 'Iedn 'aid cei cu o chi de plumb tOll1Uother out 'SmAII. to grow doll loor::JU ni] . .' ." -'. I want you to close your eyes and imagine " (lltrticuJal' authority figure . . Don't fight it.why do yon I. the lea~en..mliali f~ ~ . a'raund in jur darn it 'da:n it {echw."lllll.just himself. and leaden-eyed.t deeds and fully flaunt their pride' world s one crime its babes grow dull ' are ox-like.doar don't fight it . ukl local constable 'Ii:s 'konstdbl 1U1Igine i immdsin *' . flight? fly: Right. leapt II Into the air and fell flat on his face..: How long has she been there? mo!~: In three weeks time.liqi inchipui l r p~ 'tikjuld anumit IIh. looked unsteadily around. f . die..· II dat pe git I '1" li:p leaped.56 ml them 8traight down . trasmt deeds di·d.'r '0 :da a eomanda dxbl d~blu II ~I whisky scotian ..just a teeny bit.rd. JOKES S~I1U. a eta a pride praid mindrie one crime krai {ai ') ~ aim a~ct crima suprema (that) its babes heib [si b-L beib) ~ _ . • y.! (aici) a se .

worries are not your worries e-qually.. a raspHiti pioll8 'paias pios 10m-mouthed 'fauJ'maubd spurcat la gUl'B to ClIl'b ka: b a struni. The cat grinned at him. George's friends left the house laughing their heads off. "Right .0 'that .---= to catch kretf caughlt caught ko:t a prinde mermaid 'maemeid sirena to throw 8rau threw 8ru: thrown 6roun a arunca with a shrug frAg (aici) ridictnd din umeri 110thing but .. Soon after they had gone. "Hey. "Next week.elt nelt a ingenunchia.d yonrse]£ . one or the vicar's parrots turned to the other and spoke in an excited voice. nomena fi 'nomina fenomen strangfl streindx curios single 'siugl singur to command ka 'rna md a poruncl dumb dam mut wouldn't . Jack. very well. "I know that lind I wan. a constata phenomenon fi 'nominan pl. Father would never have let you. George turned to the cat in disgust.-- . Fred: If I had known you were so extravagant. you'll. you. . you to 'tell roe what it is. "Stupid yourself. a da in judecata breach of promise 'hri :t} sv 'promis calcarea promisiunii * * .ciune . His friends immediately offered him 10 to 1 that the cat couldn't say a single word. risipitor The sweet old lady had a parrot which said nothing but obscene oaths." . George paid £ 250' for the talking cat and took it home in high glee. necazuri qnally 'i :kwali deopotriva * ** her hus~an~ was de_Pl'essed. Between sobs he managed to learn from her that something terrible had happened. Our prayers have he en answered at ]astit's a flaming female.." it said.. Ten seconds after the third parrot had been introduced to the cage. The idea was to put the three parrots together so that the two pious parrots eould teach the foul-mouthed one to curb its language. a urIa. the husband found hl~ WIfe ~ tears.st sctrbit why. get up off your knees.' female '{i:meil Iemela. something is troubling y~o. The stupid animal stayed dumb. "Why wouldn't you speak. Alice: II I hadn't heen." he said." vicar 'vika peeot t. phe..de ce n-ai vrut sa vorbesti to scream skri:m a tipa. Returning home one evening.astIe! 1ncit M t up off yo~ knees . emotionat ht last at 'la :st in sfiqit flaming 'fleimitl arzator. so she took it round to the vicar who had two parrots which knelt in their cages saying prayers all day. kn.n-a vrut rizlnd in hohote in disgust dis 'gl. a tine in friu la:ngoage 'lre:t)gwid3 Iimbaj it didn't work .ridica-te din genunchl lu answer ." said George proudly and commanded the cat to talk.prost esti tu to get odds odz a ohtine pariu in avantaj at least at 'li :8t eel putin laughing their beade off ( echiv. ':W. to grin grin a zimhi. and she's we've JDBt had a letter . I would never have married. you stupid animal?" he screamed." 118 '" * * (aid) Alice I relia * * Shortly after their return from tJ. xtravagant iks-trrevigant cheltuitor.~'ve just had suing us for breach of promise.250 pounds paundz lire in high glee gli: 'in culmea hucuriei to observe ab'za:v a examina. yo:ur 110W they are our worries. and wouldn't say a word. . 119 . and the bride was anxious to put mto practice the lessons she had taken in cooking.(aici) a asculta. (aici) femeie £ 250 .. ) The bride of a few weeks noticed that "Gerald dearest" she said.o kneel ni:l knelt. invapaiatj (aid) "foo'. First thing he did was to invite all IDS friends round to observe this strange phenomenon.eir hone~oon the~ moved into their new house.nimie altceva~ec!t obscene oaths ob 'SI:n 'au!iz IDJura- turi * * . yours and mine '/Oh. wouldn't you apeak . It didn't work. a rinji stupi. depressed di 'prest deprimat Gerald 'd3erald to trouble 'trAhl a framinta worries 'wAriz griji. get odds of at least 100 to 1.) ruga.n-a mers excited ik'saitid agitat.tocmai am primit 0 serisoare to sue sju.I'll show you. . a letter from a gizl. a sta ln genunehi prayer pre.

~i incolo or 0: elm altlel the rest eeilalti rest An eccentric (lId person of Slo."Darling. -la plimbare to and fro 'tu: ~nd 'frau mcoaoe tncolo to reverse ri Iva:s a inversa I should . you? not ill '~e least H:st cUu~i de pu ~ill. satisf1i.i:t ale et sau ei t eaten 80bsl 'i :tn A young man while dining at Crewe Found quite. didn't Student: Not in the least." Crewe krur to dine dain a lua masa IJDite kwait (aici) foarte mouse mans pl. WTlgbt could not have. to wave weiv a flutura. for~a polilleneascA.ora (de curs). john Smith is a defective in the police force. not in the least! to mi8a . "it was the first meat pie I ever baked for you and the cat has eaten it. ahe's so like." "That's all tight. "I'll get you another cat tomorrow. all night.corectura. (querulously): obnously 'obvissli evident typographical error tipa 'grlefikaJ 'era greseala de tipar it shoUld have read it' 'fud ." 120 121 .am sa-~i iau The following correction appeared in an American newspaper: "This paper carried a notice yesterday that Mr. "Don't shout And wave it ahout.arierat mintal police for~ pa 'li:8 'fo:9 politie. 'This was ohviously a typographical error.. sir.cut {de sine} to cough kof a tUtli queruloUSly 'kwerulasli a~1igos if! There was an old beaT of the Zoo Who could always find something to do. bear bea urs to bore ho: a plictiri on a walk. lectie '" . . Sorry!" correction ka IrekJ n. tocan!i. (~ici)' rectificare ca.a lipsi.ugh Who." said the husband.s a publicat o informaiie defective di 'fektiv (cu ortografia corectt'i defteetive) . When it bored him to go On a walk to and fro He reversed it. Pve been practising 'prrektisiu am exersat fi Professor: You missed my class yesterday.nrled a notice 'nauti." When he meant to write right." But he never would indicate how. wrought rot writing "rite.:IV 'red (textuat) ar fi trehuit sa sune.If he'd written "write" right. and went fro and to. detective in the police farce. a agita about abaut (aici) tneoaee . "It'. (in traducere libera) a se eiti police farce pa'li-s 'fa:s fares. a reu~i to learn b:n a afla 10 eat . Domor Padent (complacently). complacently kam 'pleisntli multumit." ahe said.Mr. Or the rest will he wanting one.. took "'all hiB meals with a Co. A right-handed fellow named Wright In writing "write" always wrote "rite.~uncanny. mice mais ~oarece stew stju: mtneare. patting her on the shoulder." LIMERICKS 'limariks Limerick-uri GALORE ga '10: duium I I in' practioa meat pie -mi :t 'pai placinta carne to bake heik a (mace to pot into practice Ipr~ktis· a pune shortly 'Ja :tli corlnd. -John Smith is a.~ni. la sourt timp cu aobz hohote de pltns 10 manage 1m amid~. too. eccentric ik 'sentrik excentrio Slough slau uncanny 'An'kreni (aioi) ciudat aunt a:nt mat. Always said. a.. polilieneasc1i * if! . my love. simti Iipsa class . iahnie a mlnca to pat p ret a mingiia I'D get you . Fanny 'f.e ~i cazul .seamana attt de mult cu he never would indicate 'indikeit niciodata nu indicajspecifica You cough more easily this I should. It should have read .W. She's 80 like Aunt Fanny. . a large mouse in his stew Said the waiter. I've been practising * •• morning.

etre contorul de gaz to tou.. Ike. a eerceta gas m. ritm. ortografiat astfel pentru how the bell he can cum uaiha poate hell hel iad how the hell {echiv.Klondike 'klondaik exeeediogly ik lsi :dinli extrem/ grozav (de) Ikeaik to prove prurv a dovedi Limerick-urile ce urmeaza. held held a (reHine. I know it doesn't but. He rose out of sightAnd.sarden to tread tr:edtrod 'trodn a calca trod trodden 122 . I am damned if I see how the heIican.) . I am. au ca tem~ eiudalennlB flronuntiei ~i ol'tografiei engleze. decrepit di -krepit decrepit." Ilawarden 'ba:dn when taking. a ouprinde belican ortografiat astfel prin ana· logiede pronunsie cu pelican belly 'beli burta than biB beDy can decit ponte burta sa to stuff stAf a indesa.rked The conductor remarked." hastily tram a se 'heistili iute. grabit trrem tramvai flwiftly 'swihli lute to embark im 'ha:k a (se) Imharca. Miss .ruin 'ro:in a strica metre 'mi. "Yes. As she swiftly emba. Said the fair-haired Rebecca of Klondike.ta (joe de ouoinse]: 1. 2 .rk rot [echio. Japan dJa 'p am J.] a oaie wrought. poezii to sean.right-handed 'rait 'h amdid care foloseste dreapta." fair-hairedfea 'head cu parul bJond Rebecca ri 'hck. He can stuff in his beak Food enough for a week. contor . (:1 ~i 'eel precedent. ~en taking a walk in his gawarden. you see. not a blonde. "My dear friend. Ike. In fond." she said. While hunting around the gas metre." He said. "But this thing Doesn't go with a swing. dac~ 'ha:dn Sf! scrie Hawarden. darling. for you. wrought to :t) a face to wo. "Of you I'm exceedingly fond. scurgere A wonderful bird is the pelican: His bill can hold more than his helican. ramolit gasman 'gmsman salariat de la uzina de gaz metan to hunt hant (aid) a canta. I beg pawarden. chihrit to rise out 01 sight (aiei) a disparut in vazduh as dupa cum poetry 'pauitri poezie to . as everyone who knows something about poetry also ruined the metre. ~Iiptic pBntruwben he was taking 123 gawarden. Touched a leak with his light. To prove I adore you I'll die. 0 face de dill (joe de caainse]: to die dai a muri to dye (cu aceeasi prQnunfie) a se I'll VOpSl brunette bru: 'net bruneta blonde blond blonda There was a young man of Japan Who wrote verse that never would scan. a se SUI conductor kan'dAkta taxator to remark ri 'ma rk a remarca your fare fea taxa (joe de cuoinie pe baza idantitajii de pronuruie} yon're fair sinteli fmnnoasa A decrepit old gasman named Peter.ch tAtJ a atinge leak li:k fisura. I always try to get as many words into the last line as I possibly can. "tlmci de ce sa nU scriem 'ga :dn Gawarden ~l 'pa :dn Pawal'den? A rather polite man of Hawarden. When they said. sk mn a seanda. If he trod on a slug. "Your fare. "Yes.} cum naiha can tell you he light (aici) foe.aponia verse vats veraun. a inmagazina Leak hi:k plisc food fu:d hrana I am damned dsemd if I see sa rna ia naiha daca in~eleg heliean. Would say. wonderful 'wAndaful minunat pelican 'pelikan pelican bili hi! CIOC to hold hauld held. A worm or a hug. opusui lui left-handed attngaei if he'd written daca at fi scris to work (eu forme inl>. (aici) putea scanda the thing ( aici } chestia asta to go with a swing lrWiU a avea ritm line lain vers There Was a young lady of Ham Who hastily jumped on a tram. And be a brunette.

A sort of black hox: Wi th two seedy crox Which she'd used on the day of her marwieh. corp There was a young fellow of Beaulieu. Beaulieu 'bju:1.. would say spunea.) 'rest. She ne'er rides on such animals nough...efart 10uceI!tu . "What He replied. s-o epreasea in spite of in ispair ov in ciuda effort 'e!::lt.od obi§nuit am 'ti . normal spiky 'spaiki tepos There was a young lady of Slough Who went for a ride on a cough. zveIt slug slAg mele fara cochilie . Which certainly wasn't good faugham. "Do he mine. paduohe There was a young wife of Antigua Who remarked to he!' spouse. 'figid. Psyche 'sai. s-o aresteze.caJTiage 'krerid3 tdisura she'd .marriage 'mwrid5 cahOll: hob lada satozie A lively young lady of Limpne Indulged a peculiar whimpne." And she didn't decline.pardon I heg (your) pardon (va) eeriel'tare There was an old lady of Harwich Who drove in an old-fashioned earwich.e eli "klain a refuza wedding 'weditJ cununie . But in spite of his efforts he loucester. So the wedding was solemnized deaulieu. No wonder her figure was slimpne. a-i da de urrna Leicester 'lesta A jocular arreicester . Is it manners you mean. 'd30kjula glumel jocular fellow httru 125 . He said. consort .cea lehe. my queen. normal DOW 124 tusi jocular fellow named Mangham Created a general staugham By attending a shoot In a red hathing soot. normal like laik a pIa. vioi Wopping wopio DO wonder 'wAnda nu e de mirare 'dAld3 a se complacs in figure 'fig<! silueta .tro1y 'trurli sincer.!ormal lkey . gujulis worm wa. One thing about Ych The lady can't lych Is his beard..duly 'dju ili dupa toate regulile I .gs. He traced her to Leicester And tried to arreicester. which is dreadfully spyehe. She danced without stopping From Eating to Wopping.RlTest her. lively 'Iaivli Limpne tim to indulge in whlmpney - I A beautiful lady named Psyche Is loved hy a fellow named Yehe.coster -kosta v:inzator de fructe to trace tl'eis a urmari. norma rIgOre 'riga silueta.lci lyeh.she had a sort of un fel de marwich . . Harwich 'hrerid:3 seedy 'si:di slahiinog obl-Iaslrloned 'auld 'fmfnd demodat crox . to Boleinmze isnlamnaiz a ofioia deaulieu .slim slim slab.) .i treanlieu . Who loved a fair maiden most treaulieu. "O~. Slough slau cough. sa puna mina peea. obi~nuia sa spuna pawarden . corp whim wim capriciu slimpne .lost her 'losta a pierdut-o coa. aici am 'tigj Ud spouse spauz sol. normal cough kola ne·'er De-aIleVer Dough. Or do you re f er to my ficua?" guar Antigua a pigua t" tn m.croeb kroks gloahe carwich .'!liki heard bigd barM about a-baut [aici] fa dreadfiilly 'dredfuli groaanio (de) Iehe. normal Ike aik spyehe. normal cow k au vaca to pitch off 'pitJ' o:f a trinti to start sta:t a incepe There was a young fellow of Gloucester Whose wife ran away with a coueester. The brute pitched her off When she started to coff. what a pigoa! 'pigjg normal ~hat a pig yon are! ce porc e~tJ! manners "m amaz maniere is it manners you mean~ te referi Ia manierej' to refer ri 'fa: a se referi L figna pronunt~a amer. declin. Gloucester 'glosta to run away a fugi coucester . en credin1/i do be 'du: 'bi: (forma de fntarire) to.m vierme bug hAg gindac.

.ld 'hedid (ell capul) chel judge.form fo :mforma good.hehaviou:r hi 'heivia pur~ tare. And they found it next day in the spoir. atunci !:n pronoz.fara par hair vieriior din limba engk:za. 'dresta is-a. ( aici) a stirni _ general 'd3enaral staogham .Maugham mo:m to create kri 'eit a crea.Aa 'ga:tn (de la) Girton 'em 'ei Master of Arts 'rna: star av 'a :t9· ( echiy. su:t costum bathiag 'beii'hu de haie certainly 'sa:tnli (aici) categoric.breast brest piept preicester . impertinent im 'pe:t:inant impertinent. d3Arb j. he a neicest Where your head. feeioara i8eau. and thus he addreioeater-: "Let my arms.dreicester -addressed] her a. la singular multe + 126 127 .cester.m. este prescurtarea nu: se pres cur teze 'Ii pronounce Girton by the way (aici) doar pina una. may reicest. now she's an M. barher who lived in Batavia Was known for his fearless hehavia. "This degree's by the way.m. choir -kwaia cor hoir and hair .Zosirea alfabetului An impertinent fellow of Leicester Met a lady. "I'm blowed if I'll shavia. Till it reached such a height It was clear out of sight.ma euoiruului. neleest .kissed her 'kista a slirutat-o There was a young girl in the choir \Vhose voice rose hoir and hoir. love.M.u!.suit sj u:t amer.ei hine M.M.pressed her 'presta str1118-0 There was a young Girton M. For a fellow unkind Pulled her chair off hehind Just to see (so he said) if she'd hoz.rest rest a se odihni bre~ce8t .A. de local public) to murmur 'rna :ma a murmora I'm blowed blaud (echip. ounce auns.. Used language I dare not pronoz.) doctor in litera ~i filozofie degree eli'gO: ( aici ) tit1u 's .any a(o) multi. comportare A girl who weighed many an oz. Who said when he kicester.ie.nest nest cuih reieest .rbieresc A bald-headed judge of Beauclerk Fell in love with a maiden seauferk Residing at Bi. ." Well. 'Ii bounce I:n bozo? de ce sa .a 'ma .) sa rna ia naiha shavia . formpot:rivit etichetei r enonnoUB i 'no :mas enorm baboon ba 'hu m bahon to break hreik 'broke hrauk broken 'br::lukn in(to) a da buzna in saloon s." harher 'ha :ha barbier. Daca oz." bald-headed 'ho .A. hoUnt Iueru faugham.with no 'naubea .A.higher and higher 'haiar and 'haia din ce in ce mai sus Limerick-urile de mai to reach ri a atinge height hait iniiltime it was clear out of sight a disparut cu totul spoir . to weigh wei a cintliri . un subst . To something much higher One day I aspire." So she ran to his breicest. frizer Batavia ha'teivp fearless Ifialis netnfzicat behavia .A" literele ee compun cuPintul m8. ioa ee bazea%tl pe [q.A.storm sto:m fortuna to attend a'tend a lua parte a asista la ' shoot u:t partida de tir soot . alta to aspire as 'paia a aspira weD . Who said.. where he preicester.A.lecator Beauclerk 'bauklea to faUin love With a se indragosti de maiden 'meidn fata.J'lu:n salon (de frizerie. An enormous baboon Broke in his saloon But he murmured. "I won't wed a man with neauherk.spire 'spaia turlii r}i a obre- :tJ to wed wed a ina in casatorie with oeanLerk . ohraznie thus 6J1.80 fair 'sail 'f'ca aea de frumoas1i: residing ri 'zaidin care locuia Bicester 'bista kicester .ferk .!'astfel ad. adresat let my arIDS he fie-mi bratele M.8have you 'Jeivja sa te M.

francezij Repondez s'iJi vOU!! plait Rug.S. That she signed "Miss Lucrezia 'pi~· 'eitS 'di: Doctor of Philosophy fi 'Iosaf got a hid' bid a primit 0 invitatie T-tea ti" t Y. gent d3ent gentleman down. a suferi un colaps ca.P.runchii ~ . ." Not because he came and kr.forger 'fo :dld faIsHicator. chin ha. And claims he would rather ch. plas'tograi to fade faid from view vj u: dispi1rea.O. one day. N.stat din S.am riispundeti (formula folosiUJ. kr. When she looked in at the door. .c.horrider 'honda mai Ingeozitor Who insists you should always st.D.) R.Association 'jAU 'menz 'kristjan <leaUSI 'eiJn Ph.M. -kissed her 'kista . J ..a se face neviizut Atlanta at'jamta Ga..A. Ga.pain pein durere. .. si:k sought. pe..ste. Collapsed in a hospital A young nurse from Sought to banish his And shot him. 'wai 'em 'si : 'ei. into a vIn in clean kli:n curat. iritat Ia. a rico~a if she'd hounce . He says he once tried To eat some that was fried.cOlTidor 'korids coridor.jay dsei [teat.oz. to coDapse ka'lreps a cadea. 'a:r fCS 'vi: 'pi: in . . tn in~ita#ile seriee}. A punctilious young . a austine he would rather ar prefers chew cork 'tIu: 'ko:k a mesteca pluta There is an old cook in N. prescurtare de la lowe you llti/va datorez to sip. - sister 'sist.Bemna Luc. - A lady from Atlanta. . And the clean ones so seldom are comical.U. mh-Ian [sl.A.A. Got a hid.Young Men's Christian . . D. amer. a se prahu~:i. daun (alei) In sud Fla. eu baz 128 129 . A handsome young gent down in Fla. sain a . prescurtare de la Maine mem sought so rt -me stat din S. a eauta to Lanish 'bamiJ Q alunga pe.) I dare dea not nu lndraznese pronoz. ( aiei] din toli ra. .Ph.daca va sari j rico~a Me.C.P.C.S. to seek. voL n to get smth.Borgia 'no :d3ja ca. Mr. U. euloar Jaughs la:fs rlse!e anatomical mna'tomikl anatomic. de la Florida .V.} gaili.o/l'1l 'florida.LO. . p. a priiji to claim kleim a pretinde. . Became quit!" a notable fa. But she faded from view With a quaint I. to a T At the Y.hounce bauns a sari.. U. just before.Engieza Ilfrt pralesor.sr. (aici) Ba.A. (aici) decent comical 'komikl comic.! peeved pi:vd snparat. Me.w pork 'stiu: 'po:k sa fierhi carnea de po:rc to fry frai a £rige. "ai lau 'ju: .V.U.M.A. But because. a quaint kweint (aici) suspect. preecurtare de La Georgia 'd30 :d3ja. prescurt. sr.Y.rezia lu: 'lui :Jja Ba.p:ronounce pranauns a pronunta DDJdnd 'An 'kaind rau to pull oll 'pul 'o:f a trage just to see . But the good ones I've seen So seldom are clean. could he ha. Now what A Limerick gets laughs anatomical Into space that is quite economical. This same. prescurtare dela ounceauns uncia [coa 28 gr.Y." notable 'nautahl faimoB fa.U.chitanta.. fUDetili01lll lliuk 'tili<ls meticulos me.P She was peeved and called him "Mr.New York nju: 'jo:k to insist in-sist a ineista. And he felt like a J For forgetting to R.doar ea sa vada she'd would hoz. a sus1ine eu tarie you should trebuie 8top. atnt din S. in neregula ..

48. 4.. 130 . Iarmecist profesor 511r1itor D.4"_0' Jupit.or I r I Il"lUZIt)HJJI: muz iea III B Peneru rezolvB. 56. cOlnultati Hata de 101pag.CI.EADINGS 111111111 II I I I III I dentIst explora tor chimist . con8uha~l lista de lapag.. 49.·r Plutun Marte Luna Mcreur Xeptun Snarele B Pentru resolvare. 4. Vol. T1 lngi~er CROSSWORD PUZZLE A-B: PLANETELE A DI1 I I 11 : : : Saturn Pamlntul Venus .-==-~ -- - - CROSSWORD PUZZLE A A·B: CtTEVA PROFESH PART FO:UR R.. Vol.re.or ziaris: I I II I T 1l 1 I f' ro reso r univsrsi tal' avocat medic prctor ar-hitact doc1.

sa le retraducli in limha e." Did I remem. . and.lS passing through Paris and would [ike to '111 V a chat with me. Faceti aeeeasi operajie rind pe rind ell punctele urmAtoare.ew men.874-19. Apoi citip.IJer? [twas twenty years ago and I was living in Paris. dat in VoL a. and she ga e Illt~ lhe impeessicn of baving more teeth. maximum de profit de pe urma aeBstol leeturi Ie reeomaadam sa traduce. in fact. and I was . tnceeetnd sA-I mtelegeti perfect. thanking her. I had a tiny portment in the Latin 'quarter overlooking a cemetery. learn this until they are too old to make it of any con"[!Jence to a woman what tbeysay). But I was flattered.s afterwards? Foyot's is a restaurant at which the reneh senatcrs eat. If I cut aut coffee for "the next I n weeks I could manage wen enough.by correspondence. (F. but her time was limited.. hazele sau pa8aj~le care li ee par interesante putile §i. . morning at the Luxembourg and would 1 give her a little Iunchnn at Foyot'. d~p. II was.1 Foyot's on Thursday at half-past twelve.. twpreunll. tot eli voce tare textul punetului respeetiv. Recitili textele de ott mai multe on. and presently I received from her another I t ler saying that she W.sight). a woman of forty (a charming age. marcali prin cifre sau alte semn I atit petezt cit ~iin eaiet sau pe fuaia de hlrtie. she was spending h. but not one that .1'l un tamp. How time does Byl WI're Done of US getting any younger.wr d. and if someone bad not mentioned hr-r name I hardly think I would have recognized her. Gelor care doresc sa obtinii. She tllul read a book of mine and had written to me about it. I had eighty francs (gold rrunes) to last me the rest of the month. and the only free moment she had was 'on the following Thursday. I an. eu numarul paginii ~i al punctului. and a modest luncheon hould not cost mere than fifteen.zitiile.controltndu-se cu textul ong! nat Pentru Inlesnirea controlului. [ answered that I would meet my friena . She was not so young " 1 expected and in appearance imposing rather than attractive. . I was llllJ youn.nglezii. I IIIny add.SOMEHSET MAUGHAM (1.means that I had JI V r even thought of going there.and it was 80 far beyand my. She addressed lilt brightly. It WIIN long since I had last seen her. white and large and even. it's many years since we first met. rning barely enough money to keep body and soul together. 100u1 de unde ali tradu~. and in answer to her beckonInp: I went over during the interval and sat down beside her. prop!.g to have learned t'll say DO to a woman. 133 . Do you remember the first tun I saw you? You asked me to luncheon.65) TIlE LUNCHEON Cititi mai tutti eu voce tare vooahularul fiecarui punot. I caught sight of her at the play. in seris in limha romana cuvintelu.·it:osa audden and devastating passion at first . "Well.

pitahle still. a beautiful salmon had just come in. "These French 'flUte wines ar. 6. perhaps. I told the waiter by an means bring caviare.. But she resssured me.acyl turned onme to. "Except white wille. "I see that you're in the habit of eating a heavy luncheon. It wou~d be mortifying to find myself ten francs short and he obliged. I think people eat far too much nowadays. so splendid.than were neoesssry for any practical purpose. the waiter if there was any. I'm sure it's a mistake. It was not a question' now how much money I should have left over for the rest of the month. priest-lilbe face. B.I 134 135 . hut since she seemed inclined to talk ahout me I was prepared to be an attentive listener." "I . hut I asked. Then the onlyt1ring would be to leave my watch and say I would come hack and pay later." I said~as the waiter earne again with the bill offare." she said. 1 never want more than that.hing else. I ordered it 1m my guest. I don't believe in overloadi:g. A little fish. I could not hring myseH to do that. you: are unwise to 'eat meat." 5. it was not on the hill of fare. Sh. I had. The smell of the melted bQtter tickled my nostrils.. you :tuin your palate by all the meat you eat. .. "I never eat anything for luncheon..ge. I men~ ll&8ually that .. me that they . "1 n. .d absolutely forbidden me to drink champagne. I never eatanythingfol' luncheon." I asked the waiter.e drink anything bu:tchampagne. and I eat that more as an excusefor conversation than a:nyl. When my mutton chop arrived she took me quite seciousJy to task. My heart sank a little. mutton chop." We waited for the aspaeagus toheoooked. then?" "Water. 'lma" nODe.tare you going to drink.e. .. I wonder if they have any salmon .eso light." I ordered them. She gave me a hrigbt and amicahle Hash of her white teeth. and I knew that they were horriMy expensive. and he assured. 9. (was 'startled when the bill of fare was brought. but 1 could not very well tell her that." would you like?" I asked. and say it had beea picked. giant asparagus. it was the first they had had . and if the bill." she answered . "Madame wants to know if you have .g my stomach. some so lar. Just a bite. Panic seized me .know there are people who don't like them. I knew esactly how '!DUC~ I had. «I don't know how you can expect to work after eating heavy things like chops. to horrow from my guest. The waiter asked her jf she would have something while it was being cooked. ~'Neithep do I. My mouth had often watered at the . I knew I could not afford caviare. don't say that!" I answered generously. hos. A happy smile spread over his broad.evel' eat more thaD one thing.the digestion.my doctor ha.had." she proceeded as though I had not spoken. Why don't you follow my example and just eat one tIring? fm sure you'd' fee] ever so much better for it. She was ta1kativ. But I wondered what the hill would "My doetorwon't I ." Then came the question of drink. came to more I made up my mind that 1 wo~d put my hand in my pocket and with a dramatic cry start up. for the prices were a great deal higher than I bad anticipa. it Was early in the yMr for salmon and." she said. I ceuldn't possibly eat anything more uolas!! they had 'lome of those giant asparagus. signt of them. "No. "Ob. hut whether 1 had enough to pay the hill." I answered promptly. that it was a marvel.en't you going to have any?" "No.. let m. Yea. 'but not exactly <effusive.'''' She Ilte the caviare and she ate 'the salmen.f. «Wha. "I think.any of those. She talked gaily of art and literature and music. For myself I chose the cheapest dish on the menu and that was a. "hut if you insist 1 don't mind having some asparagus. 1 never mind caviare. no. Theey'!'e wonderful for. so tender. and appetizing. Of course it would be awkward if ~hehad not money enough either to pay the hill. "'Ar." "I am only going to eat one thing.• "I never eat more than one thing. succulent. I never eat asparagus. The fact is. Unless.. "No. said. "I never drink anything for luncheon.I should he sorry to leave Paris without having some of them .." a trifle pale. .ted. They were enormous. The asparagus appeared. I ordel'ed ~ailf a bottle. Well.e waved him aside with a:n airy gesture. My heart sank. 7. ''I'm not in the Ieast hungry/' my guest sighed.." she. I tried with all my might to will him to say ~o. seen them in the shops. you have a little caviare.I.

"and nev r l more than one thing for luncheon. "You know. But surely peaches were not in season then? Lord knew what they cost. They lid the blush of an incoeent girl j they had the rich tone of an Itolinn landscape. "Follow my example. but when the immortal gods take a hand ill III mutter it is pardonable to observe the result w:ith complacene Tod y he weighs tw. "Oh. At last she finished.ir j II I u humorist!" But T have had my revenge at last. "Yes. I don't eat luncheon." she answered. pui." "Are you still hungry?" I asked faintly." The bill came.J! 1'1 umorist l" she cried gaily. While we were waiting for thl coU e the head waiter.enty·one stone. jumping into a cab. gain a vinat vaca .48. tnni . . poem roman eseu 1't1tltro rezolva:re.. I see 1" Then a terrible thing happened.cecl'eam and coffee for her .A-B: PREA MULT! rnfIP B E A It I A 'III I I I'ata vitel i~l'ure li~ta de Ia pag. you see. 4.n pore gisea mid oaie. you've filled your stomach with a lot of meat" . I'm not hungry.eultati CROSSWORD PUZZLE A·B: PRODUCT II LlTERARE balada proz-a literara ~ehi~a ccmedie limerick drama scrisori eint'llc. and "I knew that she though t fit mean. 4. for my guoBL.. "One should alway.. 4.s get up from a meal feeling one could eat a little more.9. I do I I I11III I I recenzie poezie ." she said as we shook hands.watched the abandoned woman thrust them down her throat in larg voluptuous mouthfuls." I retorted. with an ingratiating smile on hisfalae face. 136 137 ."and you can't eat any more. V'oJ. CROSSWORD PUZZLE CARNE cure . enme lip to us hearing a large hasket full of huge peaches. whole month befor·e me and not a penny in my pocket. "You see. absent-mindedly took one. just an icecr~am and coffee.. But when' I walked out of the restaurant I had tli. ha1adlii epopee. but I never at more than one thing for luncheon.con." "Oh. 42." 'I'll do better than that.a little later. I knew too . and when I paid it I found that I had onJy enough for a quite inadequate tip. I was speaking for you. Vol. "You're quit Dot believe that I II " vindictive man. "Coffee?" I said." she said. so I ordered coHee for myseH and an . "I'Ileat nothing for dinne. 50.oing on with her conversation. I was past caring now. Ilonsuhali lista do la pag.my one miserable little chop . I hav cup of coffee in the morning and then dinner. pOllm epic memorii soaet tragedie studiu eritica lluve1ii r I I '-- Ll I-- IIl I LI I IIJ I I J B r. there's one thing I tborougMy believe in. II. and in my polite way I discoursed on the condition of the drama in the Balkans. Pentru rezolvare. no. as she ate the icecream. berber. 10. Her eyes rested fol' an inet III on the three francs I left for the waiter. But l' " just had a snack and I shall enjoy a peach.

if they only knew! And you think r dont know. roaring of lions. my love. A jung16 path. It is repeated nearer. and seems tired and hungry. ANDROCLES. and because goud-hearted. He haJI sandy hair. Heaving a long 5igh. is vtJry poorly clad. respectable people do. darling? MEGAERA: III. but his good points go n.o further j his arms and legs and back. The lion limps fTom the jungle on three legs'. You cruel brute. .£ yourself. instead of having us hunted out ?f house and home for being dirty disreputable blaspheming atheists. You are always threatening me with wild beasts to make me walk the very soul out of my body when I can hardly drag one foot before another. He limps painfully off the path and lies down under the trees. well fed and in the prime of life. and has a stout stick to help l~el' along. Androc1e3 and his wife Megaera come along the path. You make me think . Sell1 self! self! always yourself! (She. me! I should think not indeed. I am a Christian. a melancholy suffering roar. Arnt you happy with me? ANDROCLES: I dont complain. He licks it again. His wife is a rather handsome pampered slauern. MEGAERA. dear. He sits down and contemplates it. ME GAERA: Then why dont you treat me properly and be a good husband to me? ANDROCLES: What can I do. . She has nothing to carry. people say "Poor man: what a life his wife leads him!" Oh. I do. sits dawn on the bundle. and a bit hasty. like wind in a trombone. In. My father owned his own public-house j and sOl'l'owful was the day for me when ·you first came drinking in our bar. dear.: Speak for yourself. MEGAERf: Bla~e. dear. thin. though wiry of their kind. they say. and come back to your home and your friends. Dont you dare to compare me to common people. and. he gf)es to sleep. MEGAERA: You ought to be ashamed of yourself. ANDROCLES: Yes. Christian hymn faintly. you dont care hGW tired I am. A lion's roar. and sacrifice to the gods as aU.ear? MEGAERA: What can you dql Yon can return to your duty. ana hurts himself worse . It s not fan. isnt that the same thing.GEORGE BERNARD SHAW (1856-1950) ANDROCLES AND TBELION Prologue Overture: forest 8ountk. We havnt seen a single lion yet.3 knees and his head in his hands): We all have to think of ourselves occasionally. exhausted with pain... Whats the good of stopping every two miles and saying you wont go another step? We must get on to the next village before night. He earrie« a big bundle. ME GAERA : Well. ANDROCLES: Well. s. He roars piteously. making yo~~elf a laughlD. Is it my fault that I m married to you? ANDROCLES: No. only ten times worse? Everybody knows that the Christians are the very lowest of the low. dear. not again. my dear: I know yon do. dear: that is my fault. ridiculous little man who might be any age from thirty to fifty-five. 4.me a slave. of you a good deal. MEGAERA: Thats a nice thing to say to me. There are wild beasts in this wood: lions. and because youre always drivlDg me to do things I'm sorry for afterwards. ev~rything. sensitive nostrilB. You get me the name of bemg a shre~ With your meek ways. making . Tears drop from his eyes. ANDROCLES: In what.) 138 1. my d.: He cant always help it. my dear. MEGAERA: I dont believe a word of it. watery compassionate blue eyes. dear. ANDROCLES: I am. But I do. MEGAERA (suddenly throwing doi... look shrivelled and starved. And Just because I look. MEGAERA: Youre not: you glory in it. AN~ROCLES (sitting down sadly on the ground with his elbows on hl. and a very presentable forehead. ANDROCLES (pleading wearily): Oh. He is a small. ANDROCLES: I'm not an atheist. ANDROCLES: Just like us. Not that I blame you. 5. holding up his right forepaw. MEGAERA: A man ought to think of his wife sometimes.nher stick): I wont go anotherstep. in which a huge thorn sticka. always talking as if butter wouldnt melt m your mouth. He tries to extract it by scraping it along the ground.. dear. (screaming) I do.. 2. a big strong woman. or what becomes of me (she throws the bundle on the ground): always thinking 0. do you want to see one? MEGAERA (tearing the bundle from his back):.g-stock.l:~ 139 . cames from the jungle.

l\'fEGAERA: Oh. (He pull9 gingerly at the thorn. He steals cautiously towards the spot. (The lion. and I should be sent to Rom. If I take my eye off him. Come back. with an angry yell of pq. I'm going back.- ~_ __ - I ANDROCLES:. it's all up. do. See? (He licks his own hand. TAe lion is heard groaning heaf).tllTiously. Oopsh l (The thorn comes out. who falls bac. not 9. verry litde. again. pocr old man! Did Um get an awful thorn into um's tootsums woatsurne? Has it made urn too sick to eat a nice little Christian man for urn's hreakfast~ Oh.e and thrown the lions . every stray cat and lost em and lame duck in the wIlDIe countryside? You took the bread out of my mouth to feed them: you know you did: 'dont attempt to deny it. who. ubl's affectionate nursey. nodll intelligently and licks his pawindu. (Ske dashes into the jungle and nearly falls oVer the sleeping lion. with them here in the jungle. yes.) ME GAERA. indicated by Megael'a. Andv. the lions joy of you.k on lke bundle..M thorn another pul~. deaeie. one more little pun and it will be all OVer.in great anxiety): What is it. if yours fonder of animals than of your own wife. and then um will live happily evcrafter. kissums Andy Wandy. (The lion licks his [ace. She rilles with an effort and. yes.) Are you going fto get out of my way and 16"tme go home? ANDROCLES: No. ANDROCLES (sxlracting himself . (The lion rises with a great groan and !imp>'itowarda them..] Oh. The lion. dear. poor old ehapl Hes . your heing addicted to animals. and shake{J J. not to hite and 'not to scr. do you hear? (The lion. ItH take him pretty nigh twenty minutes to eat me . into . Androcles sees the lion and rf!CQil<! fainting into the arms of Megaera. Now lick um's. even if it hurts lit very. (He rises and again shoulders the hUDdle. and I dont deny I like a drop myself sometimes. You used to sit and talk to those dumb brute beasts for hours.'I'm rathel' stringy and tough -and you can escape in less time than that.] 7. But I gave it up when I became a Christian. Save me. then umshall eat the nice Christian man and the nice Christian man's nice big tC11de1' wiley pifey. touers after bim. jerks back his paw so abrupay that Andl'ocles ill thrown on his back.] Velvet paws! Velvet paws! (rrhe lion draws in his claws. (The lion rf!$ponds by moaT!. whQ makes . And whats worse.1 come near my wife. They roll apart and lie staring in terre» at one another. rises on his hind legs" and embraces Androdes.) Oh! (She faints .fro. yes. (Fult of sympathy. my pet? Whats thee matter? (He raises her head. Ieetle pull. MEGAERA (despai1'irng): The gods have sellt him to punish us because youre a Christian. ANDROCLES [rising]: Meggy: therea onechan~e for you. yes. Jwt to shew how the brave big liOD can bear pain. I can forgive a man being addicted. MEGAERA: Then rn make my way through the forest. falls on his bundle. (Heemhraces 141 140 . (The lion holds up hi8 wounded paw and flapfJ it piteously before Androcles. A frightfully hig dlOr. The lion !Jells with pain.) Oh! OhI Andy! Andy! (She touer» back and collapses. (The lion uuers a kmg snaring sigh. dearie: dont take on like that.] Yes.).. hes lame.) Thais it! (Balding up the tOOrn.ily in the jungle.. groans. were .atch. I confess I was addicted to it. sire points in the direction of the' sleeping lion.} MEGAERA: No.in. Andy: youn be killed.) Oh. paw to take away the nasty inflammation. lion mQaiM a8sentingly b~t apologetically.nd slapping her hands . um is. when you hadnt a word fol' me.) Ob! Lwont hear it another moment. ANDROCLES (btn'Ting the way back): No. you can live. a nice little Christian man will get.l. but keeping betWl$Cnthe lion and Megaera): Dont 1'01. The Uon roars and snaps his jaws with a terrifying clash. crushed by her weight. to drink: it's only natural. We cant go back.is paw wildly.. ANDROCLES: Only when tlley were hungry and yOll. mustnt frighten urn's good kind doctor. What I cant stand is your being addicted to Christianity. I'm going home.) Thats right. ANDROCLES: They 'never answered back.) Oh.) 8. my precious. How :is any woman to keep her house clean when you bl'ing ip.n. MEGAERA: Yes: insult me. That didnt hurt at aU: not a bit.) New it's out. (He gives t. not like the little cry-haby Christian man. (Rising. run! Run for your life. and when I'm eaten hy the wild beasts yeull know what a wife youve lost. Weve sohli everything: we should starve. Well.m b~ne:ath her(J. dont talk about eating. 'now (taking the paw in his hand). Take me away. wagging his taU fJiolently. darling. did the nasty cruel little Christian man hurt the sore :paw? (The. Just one more. (Screaming. Just one little. ANDROCLES (quaking. little.Qi wry face enderies.) Well. Speechless with terror. Ive had enough of them and enough of you. Meggy.} Clever little liony-piony! Understands um's· dear old friend Andy Wandy. MEGAERA: YOUld much better have remained a drunkard.getting too stout. Now.) '0 ANBROCLES (whispering): Bid yon see? A lion.) Steadeeel Oh. The lion 10. 6.got' a thorn in his paw.) Yes. MEGAERA: Serve you right r I wish. Now right.S of self-pity. um's thorn out for um] and. dear . A ndrocle» can hardly stand for trembling..t~ arms of Androcles.

resting it on his hip.t danced with me for years.i:ztl '(!nik.a imprumuta.k 'Lerans -stentc : j ua 'ripidi:z I [I T I I B TI 'ta.)s Ti 'steifj.! Verhs :bz IIII I[ I[[ III 1 I I[ I II 111111 [I [ [ [ [ "pi kju-rr-is -haumo 'sokr<lti:z 'reristoll raris 'lofani:z A-B: TRECUTUL ~I PARTTCIPIUL to to to to to to to to to TREeUT LA FEL I1 I 'plini 'plo:l.ZLE Iv. Androcle« takes the other paw in his hand.]:d3il 'i:skil.Ii 'DlO$OJn i:~. and the two waltz rapturously round and round and finaUy away through the jungle. a preda scnd. places that tight round Androcles' waist. stretches out his arm.the lion who finally takes the end of his tail in one paw.a invala (pe altul).a trimite understand . you coward. 59. eonsultaji Iista de la pag. Vol.) CROSSWORD A-B: PERSONALITATI DE PUZZLE ALE ANTICHITATII I I I I II[ [ -plurta. and now you go off dancing with a great brute beast that you havnt known for ten minutes and that wants to eat your own wife. 54.a simti a insemna '£eibj. 'SlI!fau II [[I I [ [ I IJ I I lu : 'kri :Ji.)s 'sofakli :z II:ki'mi:di.)s 111111 ! II 'rna:J::!l pai '0 regarlC~ 'fhlras to catch .1l1 CROSSWORD Irregular i'regjuld P11Z. Da1i numele de mai j os to ortografiacurentl. 4.l k~il. a da cu imprumut to make .a prinde to lend . you havn.a scuipa dream .)s FRUNTE Pentru rezolvare.) .a pierde feel .a visa mean - 'tidillls .'7. 'Lolirni 'sisarau lose .:..a face 142 143 .]S 'Geili:z 'Iivi 'tresi tas weep . Coward! Coward! Coward! (She rushea off after them into the jungle.a pllnge teach .kwin 'ju iklid 'V. 'ovid flind.) MEGAERA (who has ref'ilJed during the waltz): Oh.a inlelege spit .

to heD with the mock.a {con)duce to deal .ERS L The door of Henry'slunch.any kind of sandwiches. II ." "Oli. cO.1. "It's five o'clock.g to Geor«B when. KDJ. . George explained.0 spend ." II'What the hell do 'ou put it on the card for?" "That's the dinner. Vol. "It isn't ready yet.a Iipi ERNEST I II IIIII to keep . They sat down at the counter.. or a s:teak. Theirfac6B were different. "I don't know.a matura to sell .. but they were lire Bed 145 Engleza fArA profe8Or. He wore-a derby hat and Q black overcoat buttoned across the chest. "I don't know what 1 want to eat. He Was about the same me as AI. "I'D have a roast pork tenderloin witL.a ." the first man eaid.It's twenty minutes fast.." "The clock Bays twenty minutes past five.a lumina. The two men at the counter read the menu.a vinde to lead .. liver take ham and eggs. a izbucni to stick ." the firs·." llaid the other man.ap1Ule. "What's yours?" George asked them." "I can give you ham and eggs.a infige to pay .D8wta1i lista de la pag.a avea de-a face to sleep ." George said.." ''That's the ditmer. liver and bacon..room opened and two men came in. tbey came in.~ aduce HEMINGWAY (1898-1961) a tine 'l'BE. Hill face was small and white and he had tight tips. 4. to 11ear. "Give me chicken croquettes with ~n peas and cream sauce and mashed potatoes. 10 - vol. man sa.a~I!U Penll1l Outside it was getting dark. eh? That's the way you work it. II . "Give me bacon and eggs.a donni to AI?" ~ to !!trike -'a lo:ri to 'bend . From-the other end of the connter Nick AdaJruJ watched them.apple sauce and mashed potatoes. bacon and eggs.a pastra. "What have you got to eat?" "I can give you . He had been talkin. bacon and eggs.a pIati to sweep ." "Everything we want's the dinner." George looked at the clock on the wan behind the counter. 'J -i8. I· I L-L- to sit .II indoi IB rezolvare." one of the men said. ''You can get that at six o'Qlock. a· aprinde to stick ." corn ~JJ 2. lay ." the second man said. ..a auzi to bl'jng .a plesni . He Wore B silk muffler and "I don't know/' said AI.a cheltui to saya spUDe to hurst.edea to light . The street-light came on outside the window. "You can have ham and eggs.. "What do you want to eat." the man called AI said.d. gloves.

"Come in here a. You stand right there. "What's the idea?" George asked. The man called Max sat at the counter opposite George. AI got down from his stool." AI said. "Which is yours r' he asked Al. "Silver beer. George opened the slit that opened back into the kitchen." "Tell him to come in." ''What do you mean the nigger?" "The nigger that cooks.ink?" " J I15t those I said .ams." 146 " Ad." George said.'' he called. "He thinks it's all right. standing in his apron. "So you think that's right?" AI asked George. "All right." "The hell you were." "Hey.." he said. "Got anything to drink?" Al asked. got any~hing to dr. "So he thinks it's all right. "None of your damn business." Max said to Nick.like twins. ·Henry's had been made over from a saloon izrto va lunch-counter. "'What the hell do you argue with this kid for? Listen. You were looking at me." "You better go around. He set down two side-dishes of fried potatoes and closed the wicket into the kitchen." said the friend." Al said." he said." . eggs. "Is he. ginger-ale." said the ether. "What are you looking at?'~ Max looked at George. nigger. "What's your name?" "Another bright boy/' Al said." AI said." his friend said. 3. " "This is a hot town. Sam. They went on eating. "You go around on the other side of the counter with your boy friend. What would we do to a nigger?" 4. minute. "They eat the dinner." "Just a bright boy:' Max said. "You don't have to laugh." "What are you going to. Use your head. "Ain't he a bright hoy. George watched them eat. "What do you do here nights?" Al asked. bevo.. the cook. "You don't have to laugh at all. Both wore overcoats too tight for them. A. '''Sam. the other of bacon and eggs." the man ealled Max said. Max?" "The town's full of bright boys. he's a thinker." Max said. That's a good. "I mean you." Max turned to Al. you're not. nigger . one of ham and eggs. "Sure. "'Who's out 10 the kitchen?" 'The nigger. "Nothing. bright boy." Max said to him." "What's the idea?" "Tell him to come in." "Where do." Al said. '''Well." "You're a pretty bright boy." Al said to him. The door to the kitchen opened and the nigger came In. 'The two men at the counter took a. "They aU come here and eat the big dinner. hright boy.' George said. bright boy. "tell the nigger to come out here. "What was it?" he asked." The little man walked after Nick and Sam." said George. "Don't you remember?" "Ham and eggs. He leaned forward and took the ham and." "What's the idea?" Nick asked." ''Maybe the hoy meant it for a joke. on the counter.Max said. bright boy." said the other little man.P" "He's dumb:' said AI. "What's the bright boy's Dame down the counter?" Al asked 147 10" . «Go on hack to the kitchen. aren't you?" "Sure." AI said. The door shut after them. ODe." said George. look at him. You go with him. Nick went around behind the counter. see?" "All righ. "WeU. "Do we look silly?. George laughed. "I'm going back to the kitchen with the nigger and bright boy. "Oh. They sat leaning forward.bright boy. Both men ate with their gloves en.' "You ta1k silly.t. He didn't look at George but looked in the mirror that ran along back of the counter. their elbows on the counter. back into the kitchen. George put the two platters. "No. Max. "IDat do they call it?" " Summit. looking into the mirecr. you think you are?" "We know damn weU where we fae.. looked at the two men sittin_g at the counter. He turned to Nick." . sir. "There isn't any idea." "That's right." '(Ever hear of it?" Al asked his friend. the nigger." he said to George. "Yes. do to him?" "Nothing. "why don't you say something?" Max.

" Max said." ." "You ought to go to the movies more. "It ain't that. "bright boy wants to know what it's all about." "We know all that." George said. George had cooked the sandwich. "AU right." "He comes here to eat every night. ve .. "What do you think it's all about?" uI don't know!' "What do you think t' Max looked into the mirror aU the time he was talking. ten minutes." . . bright boy. He never even seen us. You move a little to the left." George looked up at the cloclt. The hands of the dock markedseve." AI said." "Why don't you tell him?" AI's voioe came from the kitchen. "Yes?" George said. Bright boy is nice. He's a nice bo • I like him. ''What 8l'e you going to kill him for. I!b. "Listen. It was twenty minutes past six. "Talk tl) me" :bright hoy. then?" George asked."What's it all about?" "Hey. sitting on a stool beside the wie~et with the muzziLe of a sawed-off shotgunrestmg on the ledge. "You're a regular little gentleman. Do you know a hig Swede named Ole Andreson?" "Yes. don't he?" "Sometimes he comes here." ' 4'Well. The door from the street opened. l8D t gotng to come." Max said. you tell them ynu'Il ." Al said from the kitchen. don't he?" "If he comes. a towel tied in each of their mouths. Do you get that. "You talk too damn much. NIck and thE}." George looked up at the clock." "I can heal' you all right.'· He was like a -photographer arranging for a group picture." "Shut up. ." said Max. brought it in." y. wrapped it up in oiled paper. "Can I get supper?" "Sam's gone out. "What you going to do with us afterward?" "That'll depend. You' d m~e some a niee wife." "Hey." "What are you going to kill Ole Andreson for? What did heever do to you?" "He nevel had a chance to do anything to us." he said.' the motorman said. "That WaS nice. George.go hack and cook yourself. "I wouldn't say. "If anyhody comes in you. "Bright boy can do everything. I got them tied up like a couple of girl mends in the convent. "No. Once Goo~ge had gone out to the kitchen and made a ham-and-egg sandwich "to go" that a man wanted to take with him. his derhy hat tipped back. "I'd better go up the street. bright ~o~." "You were in a ecnvent." he said from the kitchen to George.. Don't 11 bright boy?" . "You talk too goddam much. about half an houe. and if they keep after it. A street-car motorman came m. "Stand a little further along the bar." said Al from the kitchen.D o·cloek. "That's one of those things you never know at the time. "Talk about something else. u:We're going to kin a Swede. The movies are fine far Q bright boy"like you." M. "The nigger and my bright boy are amused by themselves. "He'U 1Je baok in." III suppose you were in a convent?" "You' never' know. I got to keep bright bo." Max said. "What do you think's going to happen'?" S." "He knew I'd blow his head oH. Ever go to the movies r' "Once in a while." AI . put it in a bag. It was a quarter past ~i." Max said.8nd then five minutes past seven. bright boy?" 6. Max watched the mirror and the clock. "I'll tell you. He had propped open the slit that dishes passed. BlX-UHY. George looked at the clock. bright boy. hright boy. George did not say anything. and the man had paid for it and gone out.ere. Two other people had been in the lunch-room." "We'n give him." Max said. tell them the cook iaoff..x." "He comes here at six o'clock.ax called. Ole ADd-reson. At .W Al." AI said from the kitchen. "He can cook and everything." G. "We'te killing him for a friend. gir! 148 149 . That's where you w. ~'And he's only going to see us once." Max said.Ii George salid : "H'e s not commg. Inside the kitchen he IlB." Max said. through into the kitchen with a catsup bottle. Max.cook were back to hack in the corner. bright boy lIays he wouldn't say what he thinks it's all about. Just to oblige a friend. "Hello.y amU!!ed.AI. AI.eorge said. bright boy.said from the kitchen. "Your friend.

. "I don't want any more of that." Nick said. "Say. "Yeah." "Ole Andreson?" "Don't "Mixing up in this ain't going to get you anywhere. "I'll tell you what they were Jike. hesaid it. lot of Inok. "Whatahout the two bright boys and the nigger?" "They're all right." George said to Nick. Nick walked up the street beside the car-tracks and turned at the next arc-light down a side-street." Nick stood up. It sounded silly when.ole Andreson here ?'. "Where does he nve?" The cook turned away. He lay Wlth his head on two pillows." "Listen. "'They put us out jn the kitchen." The two of them went out the door. through the window." Nick went on. "I was up at Henry's. Mr. AI." "All right. his mouth befpre. bright boy. In the five minutes a man came in. "That's all right:' Nick looked at the hig man lying on the bed. bright boy.. Ole Andreson was lying on the bed with all his clothes on." Nick followed the woman up a night of stairs and back to the end of a corridor. the cook. "I don't waDt any more of that. He's not coming. "They were going to shoot you when you came in to supper. if he's in." George". "So long. "He lives up at Hirsch's rooming-house. "and two feUo~8 cam~ in an~ tied IIp me and the cook. ''You got Q. Three houses up the street was Hirsch's rooming-house. "That wouldn't do any good. The cook felt the corners of his mouth with his thumbs." "I don't want to know what they were like. "They're gone now. "I don't like any of it at all.." Max said. The cut-off barrels of the shotgun made a slight bulge undfll' the waist of his too tig. "Thanks for coming to tell me about It.. ~r . "Who is lit?" "It's somebody to see you. "You ought to play the races." "Better give him five minutes. He had been a hea~weight prizefighter and he was too long for the hed. "1'11 go up there. all the same. "You better stay w.." 8. He had never had a towel in. Sam.ay out of it." AI said from the kitchen. "Little boys always know what they want to do. "It's Nick Adams. "They were going to kill Ole Andreson. He straightened his coat with his gloved hands. "Why the hell don't you get another cook?" the man asked. In their tight overcoats and derby hats they looked like a vaudeville team. 7. haven't "You talk too much." "Come in. "George thought I better come and tell you about it. He looked at the wall.said to Nick. You talk too much!' "Oh." said Sam. Ole Andreson llaId nothing. and they said they were g~IDg to you." "That's the truth." the cook go if you don't want to.n he came in to eat. "Do YDU want to see him?" "Yes. He came out from the kitchen.~· "Isn't there something I could do? !cill 150 151 . "Aren't you running a lunch-counter?" He went out . "We got to keep amused." "You hetter not have anything to do with it at all."Come on." Ole Andreson said. Nick walked up the two steps and pushed the hell." 'There isn't anything I can do about it." Ole Andreson said. !it." the woman said. '''What was it?" he asked. pass under the are-light and cross the street. George went back through the swinging-door into the kitchen and untied Nick and the cook." "I don't like it..ht-fitting overcoat. "I don't like it:' said the cook." Max said." Outside the arc-light shone through the hare branches of a tree." the cook said. 'George watched them." said AI." Ole Andreson looked at the wall and did not say anything. "Don't you want me togo and see the police?" "No." said George. and George explained that the cook was sick. "Come on" AI." Nick opened the door and went into the room. "Is ." George said. cry ou stay out of it." said Max. "We better go." "You think so?" "Sure. We're through with it." Ole AndresC?n"said." he said." "I'll go see 'him.' George said. He did not look at Nick. A woman came to the door. Andl'eson." he said to George. "They were going to shoot him whe. "They all gone?" he asked. She knocked on the door." Nick said to George. "Yo~ better go see Ole Andreson. what the hell:' said Max." he said . "It's sloppy." AI said.' "Sure"." said. '''What the hell?" He was trying to swagger it off.

It ain't just a bluff:' Ole Andreson rolled over toward the wall. NIck Bald.." said George." "What's he going to do?" kill hiar. . 1'8." Nick went out." "I kno'W it.. ." "." "You'd Dever know it except from the way bis faoo is. He was in the ring. thing is. good-mght. "Douhle-crossed somebody. • • "Couldn't you get out of town?" "No. "It's III hell of a thing.. "I can't stand to think about him wattlng In the room and knowing htl's going to get it. stYes." .Nick s~d . "The only.this town. After a while I'll make up my mind to go out. "There ain't anything to do." "Maybe it WBij just a bluff. "I guess he don't feel well. "There aio>tanything to do now." "He must have got mixed up in something' m Chicago. :4That 8 a g~od t~~ to. Mrs.can't make up my mind to go out. lying on the bed looking at the wall.ll. back of the counter. . "He's an awfully nice man. He did not look toward Nick. "So long:' said Ole Andreson.s. CROSSWORD A-B: BOLl ~I MALADH PUZZLE INFECTIOASE A [J 1 i1ii I I IJ IJ. There ain't anything to do. "Good-night. "['m not Mrs. "I don't eye.J I I LI I IIIII IIIIIIII sciatic:i UJ." "~o. I got in wrong:' He talked in the same flat voice. Hirsch. "Did you see Ole?" " "Yell." "He doesn't want to go out!' "I'm sorry he don't feel 'Wen.l III I II I I I IllJ amigdalitl gripa meningitl reumatism astenie wod nebitl paralizie lumbago 111111 ~ 11111I anghinii pectora." "I guess 80. They st~od taJking justiDside the street door.." the woman said. but he didn t feel like it." the landlady said do~taU." Nick said." the woman said.U"IIC I ' .... I said. "He's in his room and be won't go out."No. . his clothes on. The cook opened 'the door from. "rjust . M U~ __ h" N·k·· id ''WeU~ good-BIght. "I'm through with all that running "Did you tell him ahout it?" Geol'geQ8~~d. ''Well. for her." said Nick." He looked at the wall." "Couldn't YOll fix it up some way?" "No." said Nick.D listen to it.. It's too daml!cd a~ul"': '" "WeU." Ole Andreson said. "Sure.to him: 'Mr: An~e~on." "I better go back and see George. That's what they kill them fop. "you better not thlDk about It. Ie' IlBl. George reached down for a towel and wiped the counter. "Thanks for coming around." he said.~ss around.bal'e 152 153 ." the woman SOld. George was inside. I just look after it.'·She owns the place. thee kitchen when he beard Nick's voice." they will.eson with all." the woman said. Bell.!orge. "I "They'll "Nothing.. r'm~fS' ~ell. "He's been in his room all day. I told him but he knows what It 8 all about. 1 been in here all day . 10." . you know." Nick said. As he shut the door he !law Ole Amn. tUl'. They did not say anything. talking toward the wall." "It's an awbd thing. "I wonder what he did ? Nick said.." . you o~g~t to go out and take a 'Walk <In a nice fall day Iike this.'" he said and shut the door. "He's just as gentle. • Nick walked up the dark street to the co~er under the are-light." said G.l~ hidrofohie. do. and then along the car-tracks to Henry's eatmg-hollse. .." "l'm going to get out of .

33. Vol.a zbura III sifilis pojar B to draw - t. a zieea to sing .o go .a minca to lie '"7' at sta lungit.pag.rge en unvehicul 154 . a (tntre)rupe take .a Bcrie to show .a (se) ascunde do . 3'. cOD8ultati listade 10.a cinta to ride . a me.a vedea writ-e .ce to to to to break .a caliri. ft. Vol. II I B ga$triHi Penteu rcezolv~e. a eunoaste to eat .a aIege to know .a hea to dig - IIIII II I Ii I11III to come .a arata to ring .pag.o sew . eonaultati liata de 10.a merge.a sparge. 7-1S.avorbi become . a se du.a ~ti. ft.a coase a trage.a deveni see .a face a sipa gripa turbare ulcer IIII II r-W IIII I IIIIII Iaringita leprA scarlatina oreion ateroscleroza apendicita to drink .a suna to choose . CROSSWORD PUZZLE A-B: TIMPUL TRECUT !71NIMIC ALTCEVA Completa ti eu trecutul to to to to uzmatoarelor verbe: apeak .a veni tll fly -.I II IIII IIIIIII I IIII itll 1- schisofrenic cancer t. a desena II IIII II difterie variola astm1i tuberculoza Pentru rezo)vare.a lua hide .

"I came here this afternoon. 2.lif.h." The young man sat forward huniedly.ght GortsbYi "the going out to . and so I ~a. Then I walked about a bit.. There was a wid~ emptiness over road and sidewalk. and on that occasion there were two of us. giving them the address. lay immediately to his right." "Yes?" said Gortsby calmly.hotel was on a sort of canal. when their old clothes and bent shoulders and unhappy eyes might pass unnoticed. or sitting on seats and chairs. and when we found the canal we were able to find our way hack to the hotel. I just sent a. "I remember doing .ing once in a foreign capital.for the address . who hid their dead hopes from. I'm glad. ." continued the young man.sight of the 156 157 .is in greaterwfficulties. "To lose a hotel and a cake of soap on one afternoon suggests great carelessness.lettee to my family.e and lost. "Not at all impossible. In another moment Gortsby was running along the dark path in search of the youthful ~gore in a light overcoat.' he said." thou..of.frankness that Gortshy felt that he must be very careful. and then I went out to huy somesoap ." . "I suppose you think I've told you an impossible story. and it hadevi~ently fallen out of the youth's poeket when he flung himself down in the seat. who had fought the battle of . Hyd'e Park Corner.cbeerful than the other. If he had provided himself with a cake of soapt he would have been a clever man. "You wouldn't he in a good temper if you were in the difficulty I'm in. wandering about with twopenoe in my pocket and nowhere togo for the night:' There was a pause after the story had been told. fairly well dressed' hut scarcely more . cry of displeasure.get some soap was the one thing to make me believe the story. said. .exactly the same t. or to some uncomfortable lodging where his ability to pay his weekly bill was the beginning and end of the interest which he caused.neady given up thesearoCh when he oaught . had a drink and looked at the shops. the newcomer threw himself into the seatwiih a.Il!! he did 80 an exclamation escaped from his lips. The scene pleased Gortsby and suited his preeent feelings. His place on the seat was taken almost immediately by a young rnan. T.. in any case. He bad .. in his opinion.SAKI (RECTOR HUGH MUNRO) (1870-1916) DUSK 1." he said j "I've done the silliest thing I've ever done in my life. "one could go to one's CODsul and get the necessary help from him. Dusk. The youth looked happier." said Gort's!by . 3. Lying on the ground by the side of the seat was a small packet whioh could be nothing else but a cake of soap. ftDd yet it was just that little detail which ruined it. As if to show that the world went . and then jumped to hie feet.j meantime I'm mthout money. the eyes of the curious.I hate using hotel soap. his head held high. and yet there were many figures moving silently through the half-light.UI' story IS that you can't show me the soap. There's a dilficult situation for a man who hasn't any mends or relations in London. some good man to aMept my story and lend me Borne money. The young man turned to him with such a look ." said Gortshy. was the hour of the defeated. I woUldn't mind so much." he murmured angrily.. with its noise of traffic. meaning to stay at the Patagonian Hotel.n·t ask them . But here in one's own land OD.e . Norman Gortsby sat on Q. and here I am. "It was a pity. which weat in buyblg the soap and getting. "the weak point of yo. . "when I got there I found it had been pulled down some weeks ago and a cinema theatre put up in its place. Unless I can find." said Gortsby slowly. Luckily we remembered that the . the drink. On the seat hy Gortshy's side sat a rather old gentleman with a look of defiance that was probably the last sign of self-respect in a man who had stopped defying successfully anybody or anything..he taxi-driver told me of another hotel some way off and I went there. seat in the park.badly with him. It was about thirty minutes past six on an early March evening) and dusk bad fallen heavily over the scene. "1 must have lost it. dusk with some faint moonlight and many street lamps. Gortshy" but the young man scarcely waited to hear the end of the sentence. As he rose to go Gortshy imagined him returning to a home where he was of no importance. My family won't get my letter until tomorrow. . and when I came to tum my steps back to the hotel I suddenly realized that I didn't remember its name or even what street it was in. "In a foreign city. Came out with about a shilling. that you don't think the story quite improbable." said the young man presently with anger in his voice." S." . With that thought Gortsby roseto go. Men and women. felt quickly in all the pockets of his overcoat. came out in this holli'. I seem likely to spend the night by the river. "You don't seem in a very good temper. "Of cOW'Be. which made it more 1'emark'able. He went away down the path.

Gnrtsby 'recognized the old 'man who sat there befnre with him. a tremura bite . rezohtHe.) ¢ve-a da pal't. a izvori a lua to take - IIII drink .a tr3gc.a impiirti~i. a Iua parte 1.II hea forget .a conduce.young man standing doubtfully on the edge of 'the road.I Pentru I II IJ Pentru rezolvare." said Gortsby to himseH. a BIl duce ring .a (se) ascunde to to to to to to to PUZZLE A·B: "LA RASCRUCE DE VINTURI" . conaultati 158 . hnlding nut the cake of soap. a cake of soap.a serie fly . "Poor . and then with a word of thanks he fled in the direction of Knightsbridge. and if I may lend you a pound . 4. he saw an old gentleman looking under :it and on all sides of it. PARTICIPIUL TRECUT PUZZLE ~I NI~IC ALTCEVA C rIII I l j_ 1 I III A a vorhi to draw . 4. hut nnw the soap is found. Vol. "Yes. your finding it." CROSSWORD ..a alegc to tear . He turned round suddenly with an unfriendly face when he heard Gnrtshy calling.a suna wFite . Vol.don't lose it agaim it's been a good friend tn you.a mtnca to lie . a invioge shake .a bate.a sliri. You must excuse my disbelief.a se ridica: a ra~al'i be . sir'r' he asked." said Gortsby.a sta tntins. «Here is my card with my address.ke . a zacea to hide .a ciilari..ea go ." "Lucky thing.A I II Ll I II f::: I II II I I III Llj_ I II II I IIIIII virtej uragan gel' I II I I '-'- . and here is the soap . "I'm not surprised j the relief from his difficulty must have been very great.a mu. "it must have fallen out of your pocket when you sat. I saw it on the ground after you left.a scutura. CROSSWORD A·B.." As Gortsby went back past the seat where he had met the young man. down on the seat.a merge." said the youth. a mina strike . "The important thing to prove the truth of your story has heen fnund.a uita drive . eonsu1tati lista de Ia pag.a ingheta beat . sir." continued Gnrtsby j "any day thie week will do for retUl'J}iog the money.a lovi.. It's a lesson to me not to he too clever in judging by circumstances. a merge (eu un vehicul] to eat . Theyeung man quickly removed any doubt by pocketing the money.a l"Ilpe I to' speak - desena to spring .boy! He nearly wept. '-18.a fi B I I I Ll .racpa·rc ll'1itrt viseol ploaie vtnt • negura piela lapovitll burnitli seCl'ta avers a furtllD1i to to to to to to to to to to do-a face freeze .a zbura rise . "Have you lost anything.a to choose . I B cea~a lista de Ia pall" 48.0 fall a cadea 'to l'ide." 6. a izbi (adj.

The Reed used to like the rain." he said softly to himseIfas he looked round.('I admit that she is domestic. and making. a third drop fell. Then. This was his courtship. "It is a ridiculous attachment.ruby glowed on his sword-hilt. "it is a fine position. whenever the wind blew. Good-bye!OJ and he flew away." '"Why are you weeping then?" asked the Swallow. touching the water with his wings. and began to tire of his ladylove. and it lasted all through the summer. "What is the use of a statue if it cannot keep the Fain 'off?" he said. "there is not a single cloud in the sky.gone away to Egypt six weeks before." answered the statue. and my wife. 6. 2. when the autumn came they an flew away. "You haye been trUl:ing with me. $. "Who are you?" he said. "I must look for a good cbimney·pot/' and he determined to flyaway." "1 am glad there is: someone in the world who is quite happy. stood the statue of the Happy Prince. with plenty of fresh air. "I have a golden bedroom." Then he saw the statue on the taU column. "and I am afraid that she is a coquette. "y.OSCAR WILDE (1856-1900) 'l1IE HAPPy PRINCE High above the city. but the Reed shook her head." answered the children .." he said. where sorrow is not allowed to enter.:1 was. and saw . "I did not know what tears were. His face was so beautiful in the moonlight that the little Swallow was filled with pity. for eyes he had two . quite flln of Reeds. "Where shall 1 put up?" he said." twittered the other Swallows. So he flew round and round her. and fill' too many relations. "but I love travelling. and at night-time he arrived at the city. "gn1y not quite so useful.. 4. He was gilded all over with thin leaves of fine gold." he added. hut he had stayed behind. "How do"you know?" said the Mathematical Master. and a large red . In the daytime tGO 11 Engleza tlrA p:rofeSor. "She has no conversation. .": said the Charity Children as th. 3. and yet it is raining. After they had gone he felt lonely.Ah! what did he see? The eyes of the Happy Prince were filled with tears. "He looks just like an angel.QS merely her selfishness. He had met her earlyIn the spring as he was flying down the river aftera hig yenow moth. him unpractical. "He is 88 beautiful as a weathercock." "Ah! but we have. "I will put up there. in our dreams. and tears were running down his golden cheeks. ":Why can't you be like the Happy Prince?" asked a sensible mother of her little boy who was crying for the moon. II v 161 . "Shall 1 Iove you?" said the Swallow. tbe Happy Prince. and their clean white pinafores. All day long he new.ou have never seen one.ey came out of the cathedral in their hright scarlet cloaks.." he eoutinued. should love travelling also. the stars are quite clear and bright. for she is always flirting with the wind. "I am. "The Happy Prince never dreams of cryi:ngfor anything. and had been so attracted by her slender waist that he had stopped to talk to her." And certainly." "Win you come away with mer he said finally to her. but that W." and indeed the river 1. for he was in love with the most beautiful Reed." ." he oried. "you have quite drenched me. ." So he alighted just between the feet of the Happy Prince. and the Mathematical Master frowned and looked very severe. for I lived in the Palace of Saus-Souci. and he prepared to go to sleep. The climate in the north of Europe is really dreadful. but just as he was putting his head under his wing a large drop of water fell on him. consequently. "I hope the town hall made prepard:tions. "When I was alive and had a human heart. on a tall column. He was very much admired indeed. which he really was not. But before he had opened his wings.bright sapphires. fearing lest people should thil1k. One -night there flew over the city a little Swallow. who liked to come to the point at once. the Reed made the most graceful otu'tseys. "she has no money. "I am off to the Pyramids." remarked one of the Town Councillors· who wished to gain a reputation for having artistic tastes. · 01. silver ripples. and the Reed made him a low bow." he cried. for he did not approve of children dreaming. "What a curious thing!" he cried." Then another drop fell. and he looked up. 7. His ~ends had ." muttered a dieappointed man as he gazed at the wonderful statue. she was so attached to her home.

Swallow." 9. She is embroidering passion-flowers on a satin gown for the loveliest of the Queen's maids-aI-honour to wear at the next Court ball. My courtiers called me the Happy Prince. little Swallow. Everyone quoted it. He visited aU the public monuments. The King is there himself in his painted coffin. "It is curious. but still. although it is 80 cold. He hasa fever. All night long he watches the stars. fallen asleep. and the mother so sad. "Last summer. "What a remarkable phenomenon!" said the Professor of Ornithology as he was passing over the bridge. and though my heart is made of lead yet I cannot choose hut weep. Round his neck is a chain of pale green jade." "Swallow. when I was staying on the river. so he is crying.ever hit me. "Tomorrow my friends will Ily up to the Second Cataract. the miller's sons." she answered. fanning the boy's forehead with his wings. "How wonderful the stars are. "How cool [feell" said the boy. At noon the yellow lions come down to the water's edge to drink." "Swallow. The river-horse couches there among the bulrushes.I played with my companions. Thinking always made him sleepy. will you not take her the ruby out of my sword-hilt? My feet are fastened to this pedestal and I cannot move. for she is a seamstress. Wherever he went the Sparrows C'hirruped and said to each other. "but I feel quite warm now. and embalmed with spices. SOODthey will go to sleep in the tomb of the great King. "Have you any commissions for Egypt?" he cried.man seated at a tahle. there were two rude boys." said the Prince. I come of a family famous for its agility. if pleasure be happiness. little Swallow. 162 163 . and on a great granite throne sits the God Memnon. "but I will stay with you for one night. "Far away. all pricked by the needle. A beautiful girl came out on the balcony with her lover. Then he flew gently round the bed. "I must be getting better . and flew away with it in his beak over the roofs of the town. 13. and so I died." said the Prince. everything about me was 80 beautiful. "A swallow in winter!" And he wrote a long letter about it to the local newspaper." he said to her. He it! wrapped. and be your messenger. and his hands are like withered leaves. 12. we swallows Hy far too well for that. and then he is silent. When the moon rose he flew back to the Happy 'Prince. They n. One of the windows ~s open." He passed over the river. it was full of so many words that they could not understand. He passed by the palace and heard the sound of dancing. little Swallow. His mother has nothing to give him but river water." said the Prince. '~at! is he not solid gold?" said the Swallow to himself.in yellow linen. At last he came to the poor house and looked in. and happy indeed I was. and in the evening I led the dance in the Great Hall. and be my messenger? The boy is so thirsty. where the white ma. In a bed in the corner of the room her little boy is lying ill." and he sank into a delicious slumber." answered the Swallow. and then he fell asleep." 10. "far away in a little street there is a poor house. and told him what he had done. red hands. and talking to the large lotus. Swallow. Round the garden ran a very lofty wall. Swallow. Her face is thin and worn. Swallow." "That is because you have done a good action." said the Prince. He was too polite to make any personal remarks out loud.my city. And the little Swallow began to think. she was so tired. And now that I am dead they have set me up here 80 high that I can see all the uglinessand all the misery of . "and how wonderful is the power of love!" "I hope my dress will by ready in time for the State ball. and saw the lanterns hanging to the masts of the ships." "Thank you. and the mother had. but the seamstresses are so lazy. and besides." said the Swallow. and through it I can lice a wo." answered the Swallow. and laid the great ruby on the table beside the woman's thimble. and sat a long time OD top of the church steeple. in the garden.r in Egypt. and is asking for oranges. The boy was tossing feverishly on his bed. II. who were always throwing stones at me. but I never cared to ask what lay beyond it. "I am just starting. little Swallow. So I lived. it was a mark of disrespect!' But the Happy Prince looked so Bad that the tittle Swallow was sOITY. "I am waited fo. HI don't think I like boya. and when the morning star shines he utters one cry of joy." he said. In he hopped. <I I have ordered passion-flowers 'to be embroidered on it. "It is very cold here. "Tonight I go to Egypt.:-ers." continued the statue in Ii low musical voice. So the Swallow picked out the great ruby from the Prince"s sword.rble angels were sculptured. Then the Swallow flew back to the Happy Prince. of course. "What a distinguished stranger!" so he enjoyed himaelf very much. He passed by the cathedral tower." 8. "will yon not stay with me one night longer?" "I am waited for in Egypt." said the Swallow. f1ov. When the day broke he flew down to the river and had a bath. and she has coarse. and he was in high spirits at the prospect. "My friends are Hying up and down the Nile. "will you not stay with me for one night." he remarked.

He flew into dark lanes. who stand in long raws on." 14. down with it." said the Swallow. " "No. and they are all spoiled. and when the moon rose he flew back to. "this is from same great admirer. little Swallow." said the Prince. ruby now. SOcthe Swallow plucked out the Prince's eye. and catcb goldfish in their beaks. and has twenty priests to. "Heave a-hoy [OJ they shouted as each chest came up. and give it to her. and she ran home. little Swallow. as [ command you. "Swallow. and cooing to.. and finish his play. but more marvellous than anything is the suffering of men and of women. He is trying to. "What a lovely hit of glass!" cried the little gil'l." 15. The ruby shall he redder than a red rose.neycakes. and worships a large erystal: of the great green snake that sleeps in a palm tree. "1 am beginning to be appreciated. An the next day he sat on tbe Prince's shoulder. Dear Prince. and their roar is louder than the roar of the cataract.. of the merchants." answered the Swallow. "will you nat stay with me one night longer?" 16." said the Swallaw. and her little head is hare. III Egypt the sun is warm on the green palm trees.ufar away across the city I see a young man in a garret. and lives in the desert." "1 will stay with you always. It was easy enough to get in. She has no shoes or stockings." said the Prince. Her father will beat her if she does not bring home some money. finish a play for the Director af the Theatre. "Deae little Swallow. "You are blind now. little Swallaw. "do. "do as I command you:' So he plucked out the Prince's other eye. They are made af rare sapphires. Swallow. little Swallow. You would be quite blind then. Through this he darted. "Swallow." said the SwaUow." he cried. little Swallow. but he is too cold to write any mare. I must leave you. There is no Mystery 80 great a~ Misery. hut I will never farget you." said the Prince. He told him of the red wises. and buy firewood. hut nohody minded.They have eyes like green heryls. and he slept at the Prince's feet. and saw the rich making merry in their beautiful houses." So the Swallow flew over 'the great city. and her father will not beat her. who walk slowly by the side of their camels and carry amber beads in their hands. as there was a hole in the roof." "Swallow. Under the arohway of a bridge two little bays were lying in one another's arms to try 164 165 . and she is crying." and he hegan to weep. The next day the Swallow Dew down to the harbour. lB.8 pomegranate." said the Prince. feed it with ho. and in a tumbler hy his side there is It hunch of withered violets." "In the square below. and tell me what you see there." he cried." he said. "Swallow. Pluck out one of them and take it to him." said the Happy Prince. He is leaning over a desk covered with papers." said the Swallow. bid you good-bye. "I cannot do. Then the Swallow eatne back to the Prince. {II am going to Egypt!" cried the Swallow. laughing." said the poor Prince. the chill snow will soon he here. "and. each other . and came into the room. and saw the white faces of starving childrenIooking out listlessly at the black streets." "I will wait with you one night longer. She has let her matches fall in the gutter. ~'I will stay with you one night longer. "but I oannnt pluck out your eye. and knows everything. Now I can finish my play:' and he looked quite happy. and he has large and dreamy eyes. and the crocodiles lie in the mud and look lazily about them. "I am come to. The young man had his head burled in his hands. little Swallow. which were hrought out af India a thousand years ago.. Swallow. who really had a good heart. and Hew away to the student's garret. "It is 'winter. Fly over my city. of the King of the Mauntain! of the . and hunger has made him faint. who is as old as the world ibseH. There is no fire in the grate. while the beggars were sitting at the gates. and the sapphire shall be as blue 88 the great sea. Pluck out my other eye.and told him stories of what he had seen in strange lands. and slipped the jewel into the palm of her hand." "Dear Prince. "so I will stay with you always . and are always at wall with the hutterflies. and darted. the Happy Prince. and his lips are red 8S ." said the Prince: «my eyes are all that I have left. who is 88 black as ebony. "you tellme of marvellous things. so he did not hear the flutter of the hiI'll's wings. He will sell it to the jeweller. the hanks of the Nile.girl. and of the pygmies who sail over a big lake on large flat leaves. and when he Iooked up he found the heautiful sapphire lying on the withered violets. My companions are building a nest in the Temple of Baalhee." 17. "Shall I take him another ruby?" "Alas! I have no.. Swallow. "there stands a little match-girl. that. lie swooped pa1lt the match." said the Prince. Swallaw. and the pink and white doves are watching them. His hair is brawn and crisp. "you must go away to Egypt. He sat on the mast of a large vessel and watohed the sailors hauling big chests out of the hold with ropes. of the Sphinx. and next spring I will bring you hack two beautiful jewels in place of those you have given away.Moon.

"you must take it off." said God." "Of myself" said each of the Town Councillors. and they wandered out 'into the rain. Then the snow came. everybody went about in furs. At that moment a curious crack sounded inside the statue. The poor little Swallow grew colder and colder. "for in ~y ga:rd~n or Paradise this little bird shall sing for evermore. "This broken lead heart will not melt in the furnace. Vol. "and it shall be a statue of myself. "will you let me kiss your hand?" "I am glad that you are going to Egypt at last. "I am going to the House of Death. ametist 8gat topaz safir smarald Irr III II piatra tunfi II rr [I I IJ J I IJ IJ II B Tl briliant ehihlimhar peruzea. 4. overseer o·f the workmen at the foundry." CROSSWORD A-B: A PUZZLE PRETIOASE PIETRE opal perla rrr TT IIII I Tl II coral." And the Town Clerk made a note of the suggestion.lying. He had just enough strength to fiy up to the Prince's shoulder once more. 21.n no Ioager. and ID my CIty of gold the Happy Prince shall praise me. Then he Hew back and told the Prince what he had seen. and the Angel brought Him the leaden heart and the dead bird. "in fact. and after the snow came the frost. And he kissed the Happy Prince on the lip~1 and fell down dead at his feet. It oertainly was a dreadfully hard.and keep themselves warm. leaf by leaf. dear Prince!" he murmured. crystal daggers hung down from the eaves of the houses. When I iast heard of tDem they were quarrelling still." said the Town Councillors. Death is the brothel' of Sleep. "And here is actually a dead bird at his feet!" continued the Mayor. margean diamant rubin adular." 19. for I love you. con9ulta1i listll." shouted the watchman. Be picked up crumbs outside the baker's door when the baker was not looking. As they passed the column he looked up at the statue: "Dear me! how shabby the Happy Prince looks I" he said. and they quarrelled." So they threw it on a dust-heap where the dead Swallow was also ..6 of His Angels. "you have stayed too long here. So they pulled down the statue of the Happy Prince. The streets looked as if they were made of silver. "What a 81l'ange thingl'~ silid the. "I am covered with fine gold:' said the Prince. and they laughed and played games in the street. But at last he knew that he was going to die. "Good-bye. till the Happy Prince looked quite dull and grey. "We must really issue a proclamation that birds are not to be allowed to die here. the living always think that gold can make them happy. "We must have another statue. is he not? . he loved him too well. indeed!" cried the Town Councillors." he said. of course'. Leaf after leaf of the fine gold he brought to the poor. "As he :is no longer beautiful he is no longer useful." said the Prince. "The ruby has fallen out of his sword. his eyes are gone. as if something had broken. and the Mayor held a meeting of the Corporation to decide what was to he done with the metal. Early the next morning the Mayor was walking in the square below in company with the Town Councillors. 166 161 . Leaf after leaf of the nne gold the Swallow picked off. ICYou have rightly chosen." said God to OD. he is little better than a beggar!" "Little better than a beggar. who always agreed with the Mayor. "Bring me the two most precieua tbings in :he oity." "It is not to Egypt that I am going. and give it to my poor. 22. de 14 pag. and the children's faces grew rosier." said the Art Professor at the Univemty. Then they melted the statue in a furnace. and he is golde. . frost. they were so bright and glisteningj long icicles like. "You must not lie here. . turcoaza Pentru rezolvare. and tried to keep himself W8l'ID by flapping his wings. "How hungry we are!" they said." said the Swallow. "How shabby. and they went up to look at it. "We have bread now!" they cried. and the little boys wore scarlet caps and skated on the ice. but you must kiss me on the lips. but he would Dot leave the Prince. 20. little Swallow." said the Mayor. The fact is that the leaden heart had snapped right in two. U. We must throw it away.

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o supplem~nt his ~eso. Dunne dragged the body into the room. but circumstances bad re~dered i. and it was that or prison. 8.and on the lining was his name and address! The thought of returning to the house. He lived alone in the house . middle-aged jeweller of murder and robbery? He had left no clue. It was an easy matter to break into the house. The little main street was deserted and in complete darkness as he let himself into his house by the side door. brooches and so on. HIS troubles had begun when an old prison acquamtanee had recognized him again. through the window. but here was the appalling fact that one of them was missing . 4.of the dead man's upturned face no 171 . Behind him lay ten years of law-abiding respectability. and all that had to be dooe was to ?limb a drain-pipe for a few feet to reach a window . WIth more than a local reputation as a collector of antiques. His bedroom was at the back. The latter he did. left. to the room where Strong lay so quiet and still.steady as a rock. of which there were many in the room. in those far-off days before he had blossomed forth as a respectable.A woman came in daily and "did for him. could even think calmly of the still thing whi~h had once. JOYCE THE GLOVE James Dunne hung by his fingertips from the window-sill and a~ter a ~oment dropped noiselessly to the ground. the room which he had just 3. Richard. old rings. He felt safe. plunged his hand into all his other pockets. He could have sworn he had replaced them before his hasty departure. The house was on the outskirts of the town well b~ck from the road from which the.:as almost . He really did not think that he had anything with whioh to reproach himself. end ~e turned to his old trade.felt that all through he 'had been the plaything ?f circumstances. He knew the room in which the collection was kept. and he did not intend to empty his pockets of them until he was ready to place them in the crucible in the little room behind the shop downstairs. bec. his face a white mask of sheer horror. . and he was believed to possess ancient gold ornaments of fabulous value. and ndt finding what he sought. Dunne had been . they held a sman fortune." He recalled the look of surprise on Strong's face and actually smiled.live. Blackmail followed. He had met nobody. He had not intended to commit murder. Strong was a retired solirutor.two 0 ~lock and the night was dark." but nobody except himself slept on the premises. "Inany case. he swung round to find that the door of the room had opened and that Strong himself was standing in front of him. net take out. There was little likelihood of hia meeting anybody at that time.onlr to plunge more deeply mto the mue. switched off the light. hurglaries. On the whole he was perfectly secure. either going or coming. he was an old man with only a few more years to .urces by.n Rlc_hard Stron~ and which now lay huddled up m an ever-wl~emng errmson PO?] m.gIuncing at an. In Brampton 1t was not thought necessary to take precautions against burglars. 6. He was preparing to go when he heard a gasp behind him. With a look of surprise he searched the pocket again.It was the only word Strvng uttered.t inevitable. He. and left all he had oome. Dunne at that time was purchasing gold. He felt no remorse. At. The other glove was missing! He had found the gloves in his pocket while in Strong's house and he had taken them out and placed them on a table before stowing away his loot." 7." he told himself.hip. therefore the proceeds of a burglary at Strong's house could be disposed of safely and lucratively. jeweller iI7 the . He looked about him hurriedly. he ran s:ilently across the lawn he could not help marvelling at his own nerve.little town of Brampton. Whl) would suspect the dull. fumbling amongst the gold! articles with which they were filled. gambling. He . but before switching on the electric light he pulled down the blind and drew the heavy curtains across the window. He . until finally mrn stared him 10 the face. For some strange reason he feared to look at them. Finally he abandoned the search and stood in the middle of the room. As. The hand that reached up to grasp the top of the wall was as . Oriental knife of curious workmans.. his wi~s·. He had committed 2. hut the blackmailer's ever-increasing demands were a dram greater than he could hear. closed the door. . grounds were sepaxated' hy a high stone ~alL ~t . He still held it in his hand. "He recognized me. stodgy. with a kind of superstitious horror. drew hack the curtains. The memory. Strong's death was necessary for his own safety. "Dunne t" .tried t. Dunne's business was protl~erous.. Then he fumbled in his pocket and pulled out a glove. filled him. lunged at Strongj all was over. and almost without thinking. and melting them down. and there was no alternative to what he had done. 5. 1. hut those days were far distant.R. When Dunne had stuffed his pockets with the gold ornaments. U. "I could do nothing else.

when his foot touohed something on the floor. with a revolver. and Strong's. and once he screamed hoarsely at the sight of a discarded piece of wrapping-paper which lay across his path. And then the vision of the scaffeld intruded itseH. His house was on the way to the police station. man!" But Dunnaslipped through his handa and fell to the £loor." said. II.enly felt queer. The door had opened. Calling to his aid all the reserves of his will'powe'l' he drew the hangings across the window and moved across the room. To his disordered imagination every dark comer concealed a spectre. but the body exercised some dreadful fascination ovel' him.LE METALE cesitor crom mercur I I I I I III I I j. he shivered as with an ague. At any rate. he assumed Dwme's guilt. oovering him. ". the inspector. you didn't get away in time. For a m.• With lagging footstepshe went out into the dark deserted street. ?tS. the queer look of surprise frozen into perpetuity hy death returned to him. He would have given all the world to have been able to keep his gaze averted. his.. shook to his overwrought nerves almost causing him to faint. conaultQti l. "but we'll go with you. radiu aur alurniniu plumb olel. Dunne was thinking that they intended taking no chances. Slowly he raised his arms above his head. is not surprising. ura. The inspector who escorted Dunne to the police station was gar. Dunne looked at the article in his hand. "Certainly. He reached his destination. He stopped to pick it up and sudd. "I can't . he ben~ forwards. More. filled with repugnance as he was.. 10. eonsidering the evidence. would have suspected? If you hadn't been found in the room with the body and 172 * . two policemen bringing up the rear." he said. and he asked permission to get an overcoat. Unluckily for you.. moreover." he muttered. The journey was like a nightmare. you scoundrel t" He looked up with a shrill scream. son s. 4. Richard Strong lay at his feet. his hand out~tretched to touch the haft of the knife.mu argint alama Vol. which. . It was the glove which he thought he had left in the room with the murdered man andwhich he had gone hack to find! "Here. His feet touched something soft. body cold. He stood in the middle of the room. The room was in darkness as he had left it. "Do you know." Dunne made no reply. "I can't do it. an accused man is innocent until he is proved guilty. The air was chilly. tabla II I II I I I II LL II I I II B 12. In his criminal days he had possessed a morbid dread of the scaHold.tood there. and drew his eyes irresistibly. His shaking fingel'S found the switch and the room was flooded with light.oment it had seemed to Wm like a corpse lying in a dark pool . The old fear now held him in its grip. Then the inspector switched on the light." 13. appeared to have temporarily forgotten that. l_lJ 1 I II Pentru r8Zo1van. but he thought he could perceive a darker object on the floor near the door. tuci liar niche! zinc platina. in the eyes of the law. and he recoiled with a hoarse gasp. arama bronz font~..with. stronger a hundredfold than it had ever been of yore . • II IJJ cupru." shouted one of the policemen. and his mind a welter of indecision.ru10118 and.illta de 1a pag. CROSSWORD PUZZLE A-B: PRINCIPALE. the fresh.•" 9. He opened the side door and preceded his prisoner into the hall.. and the switilh was· near the body." "hold up. "that you are the last man I. and hathed in perspiration and trem· bling in every funb he climbed to the window. the loot in your pockets we'd never have thought of you. in that dark hour before the dawn. and he gave iii little strangled scream. "Put up your hands! Good God! Put up your hands. He must have light to find the glove. 113 . his heart pounding furiously. his face white and speckled with drops of perspiration.

Walter Mitty stopped the car in front of the building where his wife went to have her hair done. "The Old Man'll get us through.500! We're going threugh!" The pounding of the cylinders increased: ta-poeketa-pocketa-pocketa-pocketa·pocketa.e're going through I" The Commandee's voree was like thin ice breaking. in the seat beside him. She put her mirrur back into her hag. He wore his full-dress uniform. He put them on. with the heavily braided white cap pulled down rakishly over one cold gray eye." 3. Vol. at him in a crowd. "Not so fastl You're driving too fast!" said Mrs.g to their various tasks in the huge.. "Yo II know.:ill infinitivul in transcriere fondioa) A 1 "11111 ~ bi:t JAMES THURBER (1894-1961) kretJ fo:1 sl. if you ask me.i:p THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY 1. bendiP. Lieutenant Berg." she said. "What YOIl driving so fast for?" "Hmm?" said Walter Mitty. Mitty. hurtling eight-engined Navy hydroplane. 175 J . He looked at his wife. I don't like to go more than forty. "You were up to fifty-five.'18. "Remember to get those overshoes while l'm having my hair done. Renshaw look you over. like a strange woman who had yelled. The Commander stared at the ice forming on the pilot window.2 through the worst storm in twenty years of Navy flying fading in the remote. intimate airways of his mind. "Throw on the power lights l Rev her up to 8.gettmg out of the car." said ?firs." Walter Mitty drove on toward Waterbury in silence. looked at each other and grinned.. Mitty. but after she had turned and gone into the building and he had driven on to 2." she said." they said to one another. with shocked astonishment.. "Why don't you wear your gloves? Have you lost your gloves?" Walter Mitty reached in a pocket and brought out the gloves. "You're not a young man any longer. "We can't make it." "I'm not asking you. SIr. r." she said. "It's one of your days." He raced the engine a little. You were up to fifty-five. She seemed grossly unfamiliar. the roaring of the SN2D. "W. "The OJd Man ain't afraid of HeU!" . It's speiling for a hurricane. "You're tensed up again. .. "I don't need overshoes. are ri:d lu:z i:t • 11111" r- nit spend dri1)k kost send [au li:v tlu:z sri:l swim sau haid briu pu fait ti:tJ II I! !!!! I ! f-1-1_j__J hra t! I I lai 8el ha:t draiv ADda'stend bait B nat! 1'aiz Pentro rezolvare.CROSSWORD PUZZLE Irregular Verbs A·B: TRECUTUL CtTORVA VERBE NEREGULATE (Vi 28 . 3 turretl" The crew." said Mitty. He walked over and twisted a row of complicated dials. . "Full strength in No. "Switch on No." said the Commander .8 auxiliary 1" repeated Lieutenant Berg. "We've been all through that. I wish you'd let Dr. OODSlIltati Iista de lapa:g .

The judge rapped for order. An excited buzz ran. they think they know everything.n out of the machine and. the car. "Wrong Iane.. wound around the axles. SOmeGlDe handed him a fountain pen.ge. out far that Buick]" Walter Mitity jam.rogbt of the fourteenth of July.hen he came out into the street again. The next time. and then he drove them oU again.a red light he took a cop as the light and lurched ahead." he said. from London" He flew .ter Mitty raised his hand hriefly and the bickering atteeaeys were stiD.tchard-Midord.tty. insinuatingly. y." said Mitty.-queep·pocketa-queep. "Coreopsis has lIet in. . "We have sho'\m that the defendant could :rUl.a. Benbow. ('Give me a fountain. looking at Mitty closely. Kleenex.eMey~Vickers &. en wear my right arm in a sling.. grinning gara. Yeh. sir. outside New Milford. tertiary. Walter Milty began to wonder what the other thing was his wife had told him to get. In." said Renshaw nervou~ly. and put it where it belonged. comp1icated machine. bicarbonate. "A brilliant performance.0. Wellington McMillan. their house for Waterbury. and Mitty hastily pulled on his gloves He drove around the streets aimlessly for a time. "Have you ever seen this before?''' Walter Mitty look the gun and examined it expertly. "That will hold for ten minutes). "Didn't know you were in the States." Pandemonium broke loose inthe courtroom. and he had got them." he said cabnly. razor blades? No.'''Perhaps this will refresh your memory." said Mitty. "Wbere's the what's-its-name?" she would ask.man. "Objectionl" shouted Mitty's attorney. toothbrush. dark-haired girl was in Walter Mitty's arms. They're so damn cocky. a young. Dr. "Hey. "HeUo. he thought. "Get on with the operation. "Don't tell me you forgot the what/s-ite-name.es?" said W. "You miserabJe cur !".. cool corridor and Dr. "Who has the case?" "Dr. Squibh's. "You are a crack shot with any sort of firearms. 7. "Coals to Newcastle." The District AttornE:y suddenly thrust a heavy automatic at the quietfigure on the witness stand. Mr. inserted 'the pen in its place.s is my W. and at the grave. He sprang to the machine." said Mitty. but there are two specialistshel'e. A man had had to come out in a wrecking cal' and unwind them. ." he' said evenly." Mitty got out of ~ 1711 12 . 9. Tertiary." said the attendant.row of glistening dials. remember it.. pen!" he snapped. "Pick it up. before they set out from.. in a low. i. Remington from New York and Mr . Renshaw aild Dr. W. He pulled a faulty pisto. past the hospital on his way to the parking lot. "If you would take overt Mitty?" Mitty looked at him and at the . n 171 . "The new RIle5thetlzer is giving way!" shouted an Interne."Wa. 8." said Walter Mitty.. profesor.over. Mitty let the man have it on the point of the chill." A newsboy went by shouting something about the Waterbury trial. backed it up with insolent skin. ta the operating table.Exit Otily_" "Leave her ~ sit there. connected.rith many tubes and Wires. Mrs: Mitty always made him drive to a garage..80.. who drank." said P:ri. "I could have-killed Gregory Fitzhurst at three hundred feet with my ." grumbled Remington.ed. Ohstreosis of the ductal tract."It's the millionaire banker." he said to himself. «Thl. She had told him twice. I believe?" said the District Attorney.. uncertain fac. They slipped a white gown on him. a Ii. with the overshoes in a box under his arm. Remington. ·'Gee.Mitty.l. Maol Look. whispered to Renshaw. He kicked at the slush on the sidewalk. initiative and referendum? He gave it U!l1' But she would. I'll have my right arm in a sling and they'll see I couldn't possihfy take the chains off myself." A nurse hurried over and. hegan at this moment tn go pocketa-pocketa-pocketa. "Overehoes. and Mitty saw the man turn pale. Toothpaste. In the operating room there were whispered.eeld. hrother!" snapped changed. thought Walt'er Mitty." "Thank you. carborundum.left hand. Once he had tried to take his chains off. Mitty. Renshaw came out.t have fired the shot. a way he hated these w." A door opened down a long. A huge. he adjusted mask and drew on thin gloves. The attendant vaulted into the car. Mitty. "With any known make of gun.' he said. eool voice." be eaid. Pritohard-Mitford." "I've read your book on streptothricosis. Dr.eauti." "Glad to. Dr.. Mao. to have the chains taken off. "l'U put her away. "There is no one in the East who knows how to fix it!" "Quiet" man]" said Mitty." muttered Mitty.e:s'of the two great specialists.'.orav'en figure of Benbow. 'l'he Diistrnct Attorney struck at hel' savagely. Mitty.med on the brakee. shaking hands. Wish you'd take a look at him. "We're having the dew's own time with McMillan." "You are very kind. "Y. he thought. the millionaire hankel' and close pel'sonalfriend of Rooscve\t.altel' Hi. hetter leave the key. removing his gloves slowly.. A woman's scream rose above the bedlam and suddenly a lovely. nurses handed him shining . We have shnwn that he wore his 'right arm in a sJing on the . introductioJls: "Dr. and he began looking tor a shoe store. . . He: looked distraught and haggard. vet." said the prettynurae. around the courtroom. He began . they won't grin at me then. waJking along Main Street." said the parking-lot attendant. 5.y trips to townbe was always gettiog something wrong. "Baek itu'P.ously to back out of the Ianemseked ". b~ging Mitfordand me up here for . He hegan fingering delicately a. "If you wish. Pritchard-Mitford." "Oh.Engteza fara. banding the man the ignition key. Without rising from his chair. which was now going pocketa-pocketa. Since then.

unless they had trouble drying it. "Why do you have to hide in this old chair]' How did. I. I forgot something." he said softly." said CaptainMitty carelessly. "It's forty kilometers through hen." said the sergeant." "But you can't. Mitty saw in looking at his watch. 5'].] B Penteu rezolvare. Mitty. Mitty finished one last brandy. sometimes they had trouble drying it. He took one last drag on his cigarette and snapped it away." said Mitty. sir. "I'm going over." said Mrs. 178 12" 179 . and from somewhere came the menacing pocketa-pocketa-pocketa of the new flame-throwers.. "A bit of a near tbing. Walter Mitty the Undefeated. He went into an A. young dogs. "Get him to bed:' he said wearily. "He said 'Puppy . sir. "Or do we?" He poured another brandy and tossed it off.. "J want some biscuit for small." said Walter Mitty. soldat sublocotenent eapitan caporal II LJ I II iii! I l III ofiter contra -amieal general conducll. "It takes two men to handle that bomber and the Archies are pounding hell out of the air.. Sergeant. not the first one he came to hut a smaller one farther up the street. "It says 'Puppies Bark for It' on the box. 5£. "I'm going to take your temperature when I get you home.. 'Walter Mitty walked to the door of the dugout humming "Aupres d Ma Blonde. Mitty said.. He put his shoulders back and his heels together." said the sergeant.guely. They went out through the revolving doors that made a faintly derisive whistling sound wben you pushed them.III I I . "The hox barrage is closing . It was two blocks to the parking lot.ljve once. tt ere was the rat-tat-tatting of machine gU11S. "Does it ever occur to you thaL I am sometimes thinking?" She looked at him. I2~ 10." She was more than a minute.biscuit. Captain Mitty looked up at him through tousJed hair." said Walter Mitty. she would want him to be there waiting for her as usual. "Begging your pardon." Waltel' Mitty hurried on. II. with his faint." "Somebody's got to get that ammunition dump. He stood up against the wall of the drugstore." Captain Mitty stood up and strapped on his huge Webley Vickers automatic. and he put the overshoes and the puppy hiscuit on the floor beside it." said the sergeant. A woman who Was passing laughed. "After all. "Any special brand." said Walter Mitty. It began to rain. There was a rending of wood and splinters flew 13.."The cannonading has got the "rind up in young Raleigh. "We only . "Wait here for me." said the sergeant anxiously. "What?" Mrs. fleeting smile." said Walter Mitty scornfully. He picked up an old copy of Liberty and sank down into the chair. Then. He stopped walking and the buildings of Waterbury rose up ant of the misty courtroom and surrounded him again.." she said to her companion. frunta~ colonel ostas . you expect me to find you?" "Things close ill. rain with sleet in it." she said." said Mitty.in. "Did you gel the what's-its-name? The puppy biscuit? What's in that hox?" "Overshoes.. "That man said 'Puppy biscuit> to himself. inscrutable to the last. consu1ta~i lilita de J6 pag. erect and motionless. A o ~III." he said to the clerk. "Cheerio!" he said ." said the sergeant." said Walter Mitty va.1 CROSSWORD PUZZLE A-B: C1TEV A GRADE MILIT kRE ~2S' arniral soldat . "I never See a man could hold . Von Richtman's circus is between here and Saulier. with that faint. smoking . 1"- Something struck his shoulder. fleeting smile playing about his lips. sir. duce maror [inv." said Mitty.his brandy like you. •. Walter Mitty lighted a cigarette. facing a window."Puppy biscuit. sir. Spot of brandy?" He poured a drink for the sergeant and one for himself. "Can Germany Conquer the World Thtougb the Air?" Walter Mitty looked at the pictures of bombing planes and of ruined streets. He found a big leather chair in the lobby. "what isn't?" The pounding of the cannon increased. His wife would be through at the hairdnessers in fifteen minutes. sir. "To hell with the handkerchief. sir?" The greatest pistol shot in the world thought a moment. & P. "Couldn't you have put them on in the store?" "I was thinking. She didn't like to get to the hotel first. proud and disdainful. I won't be a minute. At the drugstore on the corner she said. Vol. ['11 fly alone.tor sergent de o~ti. War thundered and whined around 'the dugout and battered at the door. through the room. he faced the firing squad." He turned and waved to the sergeant. "With the others. I<I've been looking all over this hotel for you.

. 11 I III ~ ~j - IIII I I I II bnlnnv (cronie}. Vol.18. '7 .lng (de 0 minii) ciung (de amhe1c mlini] zhanghiu roiop ox]) infir~. CDl)llUltati Iista de la pag.I. Jau S. VoL Ii. I . B hl'l:d set CROSSWORD PUZZLE Irregular Verbs A·.l'e fonetica) Pentru ruzolvare.CROSSWORD PUZZLE A~B: TNFIRMITATI. ft. 11m l I . 35. snferind cil. consulta~i lis11'l de I" pag.!U teo:> spit sit) ]u:z get st esnd fed leud sit hillu 180 . sc1:rlIod. VAl! A I II!I / Jeik iii: J II ~ I L . SUJ'dO<-Inut (cu un) picioe achilod kAm g.R: TRECUTVL ALTOR CITOHVA VERBE NEREGULATE (Vi se dii infinitivul in tl'anscrie.wea tr d !'Bid r-IT I ! T I II I hit BPI"!Il l J_ ] :TTL IIII olog (de ambele picicaee) prezhit pitic olog (de ~chlop sasin III I I I wei) I!Ul pieior] I I I I I' I' II li:d brio put hauld rio Btraiv B dreiv er~ll atrpik Pentru resolvare.

do not allow the drihblings much licence either to pause or to quicken the pace of their falling. steps. and surely I begin to discover a meaning. the sharp metallic rapping of the drops. Sometimes the incoherence of the' drop music is too much to be born~. Down. The listener insists that the asymptote shall somehow touch the line of sense." Still. surely the phrases follow o?e another with art"lead:ing on ine itably to some prodigious concluSIOn. I was told that trains said "To Lancashire. And growing drowsier and drnwsier. You will hear them climbing lahoriously up small degrees of sound. pull down the 'chaiJ1. But suppose there were some significance in it! It is that which troubles my drowsy mind as 1 listen at night: Perhaps for those who have ears to hear..then. Confronted by rt. But this is an extremely da. to Lancashire. but with more than the ineptitude of the child at the plano. surely I detect a trace of thought. but my lesser waterfal1s play. I had.ment. 2. to t~e stones of the ?ase.sa:id a more "modern" music. 3. They can alse repeat. if I could detect in it a sequence. if I could force it to some conclusion . Every now and then you will hear a complete phrase of rounded melody. to say somcthing. More often they wander unaccountably about in varying interv. for ever Without an end. day and night. machinery. J listen to the ceaseless tune the hollow soliloquy in the cistern. them that they shall play.lets fan a succession of drops that is almost a contmuous stream. inco. with a little perseveranc . He forces the drops to say something. Now it is mute' but a new aud more rormidable drip has come iuto: existence. I suppose.. I remember. ~t IS for ever. in mind. uneasy emotion.t~in the ho~ds of thi~ major force. dribble 19noInllllousiy away mto some appointed dram." The drops obey reluctantly. di-drap.of Bach. In my childhood. From the very summit of the house a lil. familiar or disconcertingly odd..als. one listens to it as one lies in !)ed. WATER MUSIC The bouse in whi~h I Jive is haunted by the noise of dripping water. th?y play wh~t you ~esire.the old inconsequence sets in once more. this endless dribbling is as pregnant with thought and. almost •. something is dripping ~omewhere. di-dr-ep. or whatever other science claims authority over drops. For once yo'_" have given the drops something to sing or ~ay. Lying awake a. di-drap . Dut within n3J1tower limits. su long as it closes in something definite .th~ diapason closing full in God.drip drop. sIippi~g gradually into sleep. Drops. almost.s or hammers~ can be made. the Hymn to Joy from the Ninth Symphony. Drip dr?P.and da capo ad infinitum. So it goes on.. from the g~ps between t?e star. I fed the same uncomfortable emotion as is begotten 182 183 . or 6. The cataracts blow their trumpets from the steep. and the water is still dripping as irritatingly and persistently as ever. Sleep becomes Impossible. formless. Fiv Pounds. summer and winter.en of an air "from "Figaro" the mind begins to totter towards msamty. bard to. hut never touehing H. if desired that useful piece of information: "To stop the train. Then. drip drap drep drop. with a curious. For many months an unquiet cistern kept up within its Iron bosom a long. drops can play the most surpriSIng and vaned melodies. '1. almost." But it is very. tl~ey will go on smgmg and saying it for ever. infinitely close to significance. It is morning. everything that throbs or clicks or hum. this all hut stream. persuade them to add the menacing corollary: "Penalty for Improper use. to fetch II pocket handkercher" . Dadaist lite~rature always reminds me a little of my falling drops. ticking clocks. as It w~e. I fall definitely to sleep. Inconclusive. hollow-toned soliloquy.suffice to turn the incoherence into meaning. . Drip drop. r feel. it is always on the point of deviating into sense and form. 1. a she~r forty or fi~tr reet on.nsequent.ngerous method of laying the haunting ghost whose voice is the drip of wate~. emotion./ ! ALDOUS HUXLEY (1894-1963) / I 4. di-drep. For the next thing [ am aware of is that the sun~ig~t i. A~~ost I have it. or "Voi che Sapete. no doubt. that fall from tl~e roof upon the stones below. a subtle~. The musical range of a dripping tap is about hali an octave. as significaut as a piece . But wi. 5.tlc spout . Always.. and at the two or three hundredth repetition of "Madelon" ?r ev.the overflow. dr'lzys IS the symbol and type of the whole universe. of some unlm~)wn receptacle ~llld'er the roof . !h. I have succeeded in teaching a train to repeat even that uurbythmicit phrase. this watery melody. only to descend at a single leap to the bottom.s to the policy of the Allies. I should understand the whole incomprehensible machine. thence to. If J could understand this wandering music. It is an odd' sort music. He demands of. shall We say. ever. unless the human mind comes an. And then . almost . ~o little would . I hardly care what. it falls.e music of the. For the Jaws of hydrostatl~S. with careful tutorin . And with the varying pitch the ~e also varies. I listen WIth a mrxture pleasure and irritation to its cur10US cadences. Still they play it somehow. asy~ptotic to sense.d pulls 'it forcibly over the dividing space.t flights.Bstreaming in.

. knows? and here am I. All he need do is to lean back in his chair and allow the words to dribble out through the 'nozzle of his fountain p_en. Drip.. Drip drop. Suppose.\l I 1 I II I I 11 II I 11 III wi:p kretJ brio l'a-it II kost haid sli-p sel spend 184 185 . But J can see that there are gI"eat pussibilities in this type 'of Iiterature. who.p fo:1 l'a!z r<lu bj:t n I I k. di-drep . 55.Tzara and Picabia let fall their words and lam baffled.CODBwta!i Iista de la pag. taler concertina banjo Jii. since it is not he. ~. left out in the cold of total inoomprehensj n.in me by the inconsequent music of water. haria violoncel toha mare oboi arcus piculina cornet mandolins trompeta corn flaut tuba clarinet trombon toha contrabas cimpoi acordeon orga vi(larA :i i IIU IIII I 11 Ft. after all. But somehow [ cannot induce the words to take on any meaning whatever.. For the tired journalist it is idea]. ACELE MI UNATE PUZZLE MUZICALE / ! II I I I r r-I I 1 .1 I I A I 1 111 I II I IIIII j 1111 ri id ki. Vol. INSTRUMENTE CROSSWORD PUZZLE Irregular Verhs A A-B: PARTICIPIUL TRECUT AL CiTORVA VERBE NEREGULATE (Vi se da infinitivul in tra nscriere Ionetica) harpa. ciLed .utii saxofon B Pentru rez. and [ pore over this literature and regard it upside down in ~ hope of discovering that secret.n .era. drop .oIVal'e. but the reader who has to do all the work. di-drap.1 IIII I IIIIIII II nlli pian fagot chitara. that this apparently accidental sequence of words shbuld contain the secret of art and life and the universe! It may. 54. ghitarii lirii armoniu lambal. CROSSWORD A-B.

and he-found II maiden of indescribable beauty and delightfulness and he made her his queen and laid his heart at her feet. They feared he might kill himself. Love was theirs. consultati list a de Is pug. beyond anything you have ever dreamt of love. fasting. 3. 1". that. It was in a country of sunshine and lakes and rich forests and hills and fertile valleys. and he had neither SODS norbrDthers to succeed him. she died. Then he arose and ate. and it has been greatly used as a parable by thesawho write about aesthetics. She died and fDr a while the prince was uttedy prostrated. or the other thing. I I I draiv Anda'stamd bi:t Iurz gan 8 Pentru rczolvarc. AbDut that I can say nothing. He was silent and motionless with grief. WELLS (1866-1946) san I J II raid d~ hart fait fbi lai hia send ti:tJ 'THE PEARL OF LOVE Tile pearl is lovelier than the most brilliant. full of joys and sweetness. and then suddenly" because of some venomous sting that came to her in a thicket. and ridges of inaceessihle and eternal snow . full of hope. crests. For two days and nights he lay upon his face. simply and baldly true. though the commentary upon it is a respectable part of the Iiterature of that period. G. 1'he story is Q. because it is made through the suffering of a living creature. Theclogians have had their copious way with it. 7 - 18" Vol. 187 1.II I III ~ I II I ! nan J:i:v tfu:z sti :J swrm \ H. Their cloudy lustre moves me not at all. penh. brave and marvelloua love. which is the most fruitful soil for sublime love stories of all the lands in the world. There was a young prince. lor-d of all the land.t particularly as concerning "the restoration of the body after death. and far away the great mountains hung in the sky. 2. across the foot of the couch which here her calm and I. Exquisite. Beth the story and the controversy will be familial" to students of mediaeval Persian prose. The story is laid in North India. 4. It was theirs for a year and a part of a: year. short one. .. the moralist declares. Nor can I decide fDr myself upon that age-long dispute whether Tits PBarl of Love is the cruellest of stories or only a gracious fable of the immortality Df beauty. because I feel none of the fascination of pearls. dealing with i. And many have held it to be the statement of a fact. They have treated it as a poetic invention and they have treated it as an allegory meaning this. ofcrystaIline stones.ovely body.

80 that to the end. And this bw.t new possibilities in ar.artistry . and men would treasuee it and speak of jt and desire to see it alld come from all the lands of the earth to visit and recall the name and the memory of his queen.. With awe and amazement people saw the Pearl of Love sweeping up from its fll'llt. in those chambers in. He said he could never more touch woman. more maevellous than any other huilding had ever heen . because it did not soar grandly enough for the broadening imagio. They did not know clearly what they had expected.ch and wall a. and about that there was to be a sarcophagus. for his love was too great for such extravagances. 6. whatever .. beginnings to a superhuman breadth and height and m. inlaid with precious stones.of purple opalescence and for grandeur and space. his garments nor dame himseil with ashes and sackcloth as the custom was. and se he did. grave and intent.or could ever he. He was now a man. pleased him first." he said· of his earlier deeoraticns . the Iord of all mOUDtains. there were many pieeeed screens and delicate clusters.ld:inghe said Was to he called the Pearl of Love. brooding upon her loveliness. loved the girl queen. for recondite shadows and sudden hrcad floods . been most together. The pillars and arches and buttresses and.01 rosy-hued pillars. Through the middle of the building ran a great aisle. 5. Bet pillars of strange and lQvely stone and wrought and fretted walls. for that he had an outer coffin made of the most precious and seented woods wrought with gold. He caused her body to be put in a coffin of lead mu. wholly set upon the building of the Pearl of Love. as exquisite as a .. He did not rend. the hrightness of an illuminated misaal: he sought now for blue colourings like the sky and £'0[' the subtle hues of .great distances. "that love can. At fullt the design of the Pearl of Love was less bold and subtle than it became later.r hearts bowed down.I:: first it was smaDer and more wrought and enmusted.eater grew his . A huirding it should be of perfect grace and beauty. Greater and gr. the palace where they two had." and aU the women in the world. he would give himself with all bis power and all his strength and all his wealth. framed and held together by 7.agnificence. For by this time he was no longer the graceful youth who had. but never had they expected so sublime a thing as this. 1:0 make a mOnument worthy of bis incomparable. silver.lt fully satisfied. ''Wonderful are the mirades. and that he would do his pr:ince1y duties as became him. men saw. 8./ and went about very quietly like one who has taken a great resolution. A great foundation was hewn out of the living eock in a place whence one seemed to be looking at the . dear. And this his eeunoillers and people permitted him to do. he cared no :more for the enameUed gold-lined brightness that had. do. and about it there were. and so he would find a seemly youth to adopt for his heir and train him to his task.ation of the prince. he could never more think of them. Here they put the sarcophagus of ala.ustere beauty for the first time they were exaltedt and then they shivered and thei. but this was taken away again because it seemed dose. perfect yet unobtrusive. and very far away three great cities. From the inner entrance of the huilding he looked along the length of an immense pillared gallery and across the central area frDm which the rose-hued columns had long since vanished. but that for the 1'cst of it.other loves they had. hefere his task was done.haster beneath a pavilion. be felt. and a great casket of masonry hearing a dome and pinnacles and cupolas. And while these things were heing done he spent his time for the most part by. Very often would the prince come' to stand there and look at that vista. the pools and in the garden-houses and pavilions and groves and. a vista. that the prince came to care for more and more. two hundred miles away. deeply moved and not yl.ed with silvert and." they whispered. wonder. 10. of time it should be a. to the snowy wildernesses of the great mountain. The first dome was covered with green tiles. and had them put aside into subordinate buildings where they would not hamper his main design. Withevcl'Y year of effort he had learn. all that he could command. And one day he sa:id that tbe sarcophagus 189 188 . an 9.snowy wilderness of t\he great mountain aeross the v. through a marvellously designed opening. ovel' the top of the pavilion under which lay the sarcophagus. of cunning workmanship. lost mistress. When. he had acquired greater power over thc material he had to use and he had learnt of a hundred 'atones and hues and effects that he could never have thought of in the beginning. He wearied altogether of carvings and pictures and inlaid ornamentation and all the little careful work of men.nd -buttress.jewel. and told them what he had a mind to do . gallerfes soared and floatedon either side. At last he came forth again among his councillors and before the people.alley of the world. Always ike would order some little alteration to he made or some recent alteration to he put back again. His sense of colour had grown finer and colder. Year followed year and the years he devoted himself to building and adorning the Pearl of Love. of alabaster. a winding river. and the sarcopbagus lay like a child that sleeps among flowers. A.tbat a. The Pearl of Love had still something for him to do. "ThcrS-6 were pl'etty things. Villages and hills there were. loved the pzince for the splendour of his devotion.

It had never been enlarged.A-B: MAJORITATEA CULOR1L PUZZLE $1 NUANTELOH R. trandafiriu inchis. luminos bej IIII I jJ stacojiu. TENTELOR stacojiu." he said.i Hsra de II!! pag. earamiziu eafeniu i cil. standing together silently in a little group. mara. bringing with him an architect and two master craftsmen and a small retinue. There was a certain disproportion about the sarcophagus. the dear immortalcanse of all this beauty. Then he returned. oranj culoarea ~ofrallului violet. Vol. No trace of toil remained in its perfection. would be dearer and simpler without the pavilion. and the next day and the next. At last he spoke. vioriu deschis.rol zeilor Muza dansului Muza poeziei epice Mama muzelor 18 Pentru rez"il]vare. earmin aurin argintiu negro ca smoala IIIIII portoealiu. CROSSWORD PUZZLE A-B: CELE NOVA MVZE Muza poeziei erotice Muza ccmediei Tatal muzelne Muza Muza Muza Muza astronomiei ietoriei retoricii poeziei Iirice CROSSWORD . hut no one knew the thoughts that passed through his mind. It was as if someone had dropped a small valise upon the crystal sea of heaven. 46. 4. and in too casket of lead and silver was the queen.rr.hui-l'o~cat II rosiatie Muza tragediei Liica.. Pentru rezclvare. In that sarcophagus was the casket of lead and silver. and indeed how could it have heen enlarged since 'the early days? It challenged the eye j it nicked the streaming lines. The next day he came and said nothing. intunecat alb albastru azurtu castan~u A 11111 1IIIII1 " I· i I1I1I I Iifiachiu. consult a]. gri. Long the prince mused. (09. colltu1taii Iiata de in pag . rosiatic 1.. he had the pavilion dismantled and removed. (0. Only one thing there was to mar the absolute harmony.1 I mov 1'0Z. "Take that thing away. But now that sarcophagus seemed no more than a little dark oblong that lay incongruously in the great vista of the Pearl of Love.p)'ui i eastaniu negru galhen III I I III I L 1. amidst the serene vastness of their achievement. and after regarding it very steadfastly for a long time. 190 191 . violaceu de culoarea nisipului. roz. It was as if the God of nature's beauty bad taken over their offspring to himself. sur. gal. I IIII II I1 1 sepia kaki ciiprui rO~1l I B llJ purpurin roseat. He pointed. All looked. Then for two days he stayed away altogether. verde trandafiriu elront Htlh ~ cenueiu.5. Vol.

rapping at my chamber door. ') . • 8 draiv Jed 8r:lU bri:d Iu ez 193 13 .J.here I open wide the door. And the silken sad uncertain rustling of each purple curtain Thrilled me . 6 • . "Lenore!" Merely this and nothing more. .WORD PUZZLE Irregular Verbs A-B: PARTICIPIUL TRECUT . and an echo murmured back the word. whom the angels name Lenore N ameleas here for evermore. weak and weary. But the fact is I was napping. truly your forgiveness I implore.or the 10Bt LenON For the rare and radiant maiden. suddenly there came a tapping. Seen again I heard a tapping li!omewhat louder than. And the only word there spoken was the Whispered word. long I stood there wondering. de Ia pllg. "tapping at my chamber doorOnly this and nothing more. That I searee WB. yol. Deep into the darkness peering. Vol. and so gently you came ra. nearly napping. 111 ~IIII III II LI LI I II II spi:k hauld Iend bit straik !tAm swea tred :raid straiv wea tea Ii:" Ir L IJ 1 1 b:riu sin blau spit I1 nil Pentru rezQ]vare. "8l11'ely that is something at my window ] tlii. So that now. "'Tis some visitor entreating entrance at my chamber door Some late visitor entreating entrance at my chamber door.Surely:. ALTOR CiTORVA VERDE (Vi se de infinitivul NEREG In tranacriere fonetica) st send "ATE §HE A EDGAR ALLAN POE (1809-1849) THE RAVEN 1. . to still the beating of my heart. I stood repeating. ". hesitating then no longer.SQrrow f." 2." said I." '" Presently my soul grew stronger. midnight dreary. "or Madam.18. so faintly you came tapping. And. Eagerly I wished the monow. '''Tis some visitor. Doubting.filled me with fantastic terrors never felt before. tapping at my chamber door. dreaming dreams no mo:rtala ever dared to dream before. Il . and nothing more. . S. and the stillneBl! gave no token. 3. But the silence was unbroken.EngIeza fArA protaor. This it is and nothing more. split.·· said I. while I pondered." I muttered. all my seu] within me burning. Once upon 8. before. "Sir. Darkness there. distinctly I remember it was in the bleak December. comnllta'p list.vainly I had sought to bouow From my books surcease of BO:froW .S sure I heard you" . As of some ODe gently rapping.ppi:ng.CROSS. "Lenore!" This I whispered.Ii. Ah.l felU set Em3 I 1I _l I I SW1:P it ka :st get kri:p Jeik spriU put I I[I 1 I. And each separate dying emherWl'ought its ghost upon the floor. Over many a quaint and curious volume of forgotten lore While I nodded.Back into the chamber turning. fearing.

But whose velvet VIOlet lining WIth the lamp-light gloating o'er She . "Nevermore.prophet atill. with nuen of Lord. on the placid bust. Prophet!" Whether Desolate On." 15. still is srttmg On th~ pallid bust of Pallas just above my chamber door. Startled at the stillness broken by reply so aptly spoken "Get thee back . on this desert land enchanted ' home of Horror haunted . 1). or lady. still is sitting. But. "what it utters is its only stock a~d stoleCaught from some unhappy master whom unmerciful Disaster Followed fast and f?llowed faster tiU his songs one burden boreTill the dirges of his Hope that melancholy burden bore Of 'Nevel' -nevemore. and this mystery exploreLet my heart ~e. w~at thereat is." Then the bird said "Nevermore." 10. In there stepped. Open here I n~ng the shutter.om the Nightly shore thy lordly name 18 on the Night's Plutonian shore!" Quoth the raven. if bird or devil! By tha~ Heaven that bends above us . For we cannot help agr~elng t~at n~ living human.ith many a flirt and flutter. And his eyes h~ve a~ the. WIth my head.w." said I. oh quaff this kind nepenthe and forget this lost Lenore l" Quoth the Raven "Nevermore.Let me see. the ai~ grew denser. gaunt. censer Swung hy Seraphim whose foot-falls tinkied all the tufted floor . not a minute stopped or stayed he. methcught. Not the Ieast obelB~nce made he. never flitting.gh thy craven.''' - 16. Then.this mystery explore." 17. as my hopes have flown before. "Wl'etch. "Prophetl" said I. t~king what this ominoua bird of yoreWhat this ~. Nothing farther than he uttered .by these angels he hath sent thee Respite . I implore!" Quoth the Raven.not a feather then he fluttered Till I scarcely more than muttered "Other friends have flown before On the morroW he will leave me. ah. But the Raven still beguiling all my fancy into smiling. TIllS and m~re. then. Then. and nothing more." 8." I cried.. I sat dlv~ng. and eat. "Be that ~ord our sign of parting.and take thy form from ofi my door!" Quoth the Raven "Nevermore. ungainly.TIS the wind and nothing more. Much I ~arveUedt~s ungainl~ fowl ~o hear discourse so plainly. Ghastly grim Tell me what and stern decorum of the countenance it wore. and ominous bird of yore Meant in." 7. plume as a token of .ten me . And the lamp-light 0 er 'him streaming throws his shadow on the floor. and bust and door.respite and nepenthe from thy memories of Lenore' Quaff. upstarting - bird or fiend!" [ shrieked. ~g. still a ~oment and . as if his soul In that one word he did outpour. if bird or devil! Tempter sent." 194 195 .ponthe velve~ sinking. "thing of evil! . spoke only That one world.:into the tempest and the Night's Plutonian shone ! Leave Dot black. But the Raven. By the grave "Thou. "thy God hath lent thee .qurt the bust above my door l Take thy beak from out my heart. "art sure no and ancient raven ~andering fr. And my soul from out that shadow that lies fJoaLing on the rloor Shall be lifted .t~ll me. this Is there 9. This I sat engaged ~n guessing. within the distant Aidenn It shall clasp a sainted maiden whom the angels name Lenore'Clasp a rare and radiant maiden whom the angels name Lenore. seeming of a demon's that is dreaming. nevermore! ' H •. but no sy." "Doubtless. "Nevermore. at ease reclining On the cushion s ve!vet li~l~g th~t the lamp-light gloated o'er. Then this ebony bird beguiling my sad fancy into smiling. lonely.llable expressing To. a stately raven of the saintly days of yore.es no~ burned mto my bosom's core . when.is there baJm in Gilead? ." I said. or whether tempest tossed thee here ashor-e yet all undaunted.h~tl~ relevancy bore. being Ever yet was blessed With seemg bud ahove his chamber doorBird or beast upon the sculptured bust above his chamber door With such name as "Nevermore.nevermore! 12. Though rts answer little ~eanmg .that lie thy soul bath spoken! Leave my loneliness unbroken 1 .tell me truly I implore . the fowl whose fier~ ~y. crest be shorn and shaven. thou." ' said I.by that God we both adore Tell this soul with sorrow laden if. Straigbt I wheeled a cushioned seat in front of bird. And the Raven. ghastly. perfumed from an unseen . 13. croaking '~Nevermore. I betook myself to linking Fancy Il?to ~aJlcy. ll." Quoth the Raven "Nevermore. perched above my chamber doorPerched upon a bust of Pallas just above my chamber doorPerched.shall press." 18. "thing of evil t prophet still.

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