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Be careful. Be careful driving. Can you translate this for me? Chicago is very different from Boston. Don't worry. Everyone knows it. Everything is ready. Excellent. From time to time. Good idea. He likes it very much. Help! He's coming soon. He's right. He's very annoying. He's very famous. How are you? How's work going? Hurry! I ate already. I can't hear you. I'd like to go for a walk. I don't know how to use it. I don't like him. I don't like it. I don't speak very well. I don't understand. I don't want it. I don't want that. I don't want to bother you. I feel good. If you need my help, please let me know. I get off of work at 6. I have a headache. I hope you and your wife have a nice trip. I know. I like her. I'll call you when I leave. I'll come back later. I'll pay. I'll take it. I'll take you to the bus stop. I lost my watch. I love you. I'm an American. I'm cleaning my room. I'm cold. I'm coming to pick you up. I'm going to leave. I'm good, and you? I'm happy. I'm hungry. I'm married. I'm not busy. I'm not married. I'm not ready yet. I'm not sure. I'm sorry, we're sold out. I'm thirsty. I'm very busy. I don't have time now. I need to change clothes. I need to go home. I only want a snack. Is Mr. Smith an American? Is that enough? I think it's very good. I think it tastes good. I thought the clothes were cheaper. It's longer than 2 miles. I've been here for two days. I've heard Texas is a beautiful place. I've never seen that before. I was about to leave the restaurant when my friends arrived. Just a little. Just a moment. Let me check. Let me think about it. Let's go have a look. Let's practice English. May I speak to Mrs. Smith please? More than that. Never mind. Next time. No. Nonsense. No, thank you. Nothing else. Not recently. Not yet. Of course. Okay. Please fill out this form. Please take me to this address. Please write it down. Really? Right here. Right there. See you later. See you tomorrow. See you tonight. She's pretty. Sorry to bother you. Stop! Take a chance. Take it outside. Tell me. Thanks for everything. Thanks for your help. Thank you. Thank you miss. Thank you sir. Thank you very much. That looks great. That's alright. That's enough. That's fine. That's it. That smells bad. That's not fair. That's not right. That's right. That's too bad. That's too many. That's too much. The book is under the table. They'll be right back. They're the same. They're very busy. This doesn't work. This is very difficult. This is very important. Try it. Very good, thanks. We like it very much. Would you take a message please? Yes, really. You're beautiful. You're very nice. You're very smart. Your things are all here. Once upon a time there was a young girl named Sherry. Sherry was 19 years old and lived in Rochester New York. While walking home from school one day a pink German Shepard jumped out from behind a bush and tackled Sherry to the ground. But just when she was about to let out a scream for help Sherry realized that the pink German Shepard was only licking her face not trying to bite it off. At that moment, Sherry decided to keep the pink German Shepard as a pet. And on the way home she decided to name her pet pink German Shepard Bob. When Sherry and her new pet finally got home guess who was standing on the front porch Thats right it was Sherrys mother Dorothy. And boy was she surprised to see a pink German Shepard following Sherry into the yard What in world is that shouted Dorothy. It's a pink German Shepard answered Sherry. Dah I can see that Sherry but what on earth is it doing here said Dorothy. It's my new pet answered Sherry. Oh you think so do you remarked Dorothy. I wouldnt get your hopes up. You know how your father hates pink German Shepards. But well I suppose you can keep him until your father comes home. And with that Sherry grabbed Bob by the scruff of the neck and led her new pet into the house even though she knew her father was probably going to dissaprove. Once in the house Sherry and Bob played and played, that is until Sherrys favorite television show Faulty Towers started. At that point Sherry forgot all about Bob having an unsupervised run of the house. That is until half way through Faulty Towers when Sherry was brought back to reality when she heard her father shout stupid Sherry Get your bum in the study room NOW With that Sherry rushed into the study room to see what all the fuss was about. When she entered the study room there stood her father Jeremy pointing toward the stool. Will someone please explain that asked her father. Then as Sherry followed her fathers finger to where it was pointing she instantly knew what her father was so upset about. There smack dab in the middle of the stool was the biggest pile of German Shepard she had ever seen I dont EVEN want to know how that got there said Jeremy. But you had better get it cleaned up now And you had better get rid of whatever it is that could have done such a thing Well knowing her father as well as she did Sherry knew there was no sense even asking her father if she could keep Bob for a pet. So without hesitation Sherry set out to find where Bob was hiding. After a few minutes of looking Sherry discovered Bob crouched beneath the table that Sherry did her Badminton on. Come on Bob its time to find you a new home. And hey don't look at me that way I'm not the one who did the dirty deed on the stool scolded Sherry. Thanks to you Ill never get to have my own pet German Shepard And with that Sherry led Bob out of the house and down to the local B-Mart. They had a pet section and Sherry knew the owner would find Bob a good home. So after saying good-bye to Bob and thanking the owner of B-Mart Sherry walked backed home and attempted to dround her sorrows by slamming down a half dozen Diet Cokes. But Sherrys pitty party came to an abrupt end when her father reminded her about the mess she had neglected to clean up. And low and behold midway through the clean-up Sherry suddenly became thankful that someone else was going to have to do it from now on. A little. A long time ago. A one way ticket. Akbar once put a question to his court that left everyone puzzled. As they all tried to figure out the answer, Birbal walked and asked what the matter was. And so they told him the question. ‘How many crows are there in the city?’ Birbal immediately smiled, went up to Akbar and announced that the answer to his questions was twenty-one thousand five hundred and twenty-three. When asked how he knew the answer, Birbal replied, ‘Ask your men to count the number of crows. If there are more, then the crows’ relatives from outside the city are visiting them. If there are fewer, then the crows are visiting their relatives outside the city.’ Pleased with the answer, Akbar presented Birbal with a ruby and pearl chain. Moral of The Story Having an explanation for your answer is just as important as having an answer. This is the story of a very greedy rich man who chanced upon meeting a fairy. The fairy’s hair was caught in a few tree branches. Realising he had an opportunity to make even more money, he asked for a wish in return for helping the fairy. He said, ’All that I touch should turn to gold’, and his wish was granted by the grateful fairy. The greedy man rushed home to tell his wife and daughter about his new boon, all the while touching stones and pebbles and converting them into gold. Once he got home, his daughter rushed to greet him. As soon as he bent down to scoop her up in his arms, she turned into a gold statue. He realized his folly and spent the rest of his days searching for the fairy to take away his wish. Moral of The Story Greediness will always lead to a downfall. Patty the milkmaid had just finished milking her cow and had two full pails of fresh creamy milk. She put both pails on a stick and set off to the market to sell her pails of milk. Along the way she started to think of all the milk in her pails and all the money she would get for them. ‘Once I get the money, I’ll buy a chicken’, she thought. ‘The chicken will lay eggs and I will get more chickens. They’ll all lay eggs and I can sell them for more money. Then I’ll buy the house on the hill and be the envy of everyone in the village. They’ll ask me to sell the chicken farm, but I’ll toss my head like this and refuse’. So saying, Patty, the milkmaid tossed her head and dropped her pails. The milk spilled onto the ground while Patty cried. Moral of The Story Do not count your chickens before they hatch. This is a story explaining how adversity is met differently by different people. Asha’s father placed an egg, a potato, and some tea leaves in three separate vessels with boiling water. He asked Asha to keep an eye on the vessels for ten minutes. Once these ten minutes were over , he asked Asha to peel the potato, peel the egg and strain the tea leaves. Asha was left puzzled. Her father explained , ‘Each of these items was but in the same circumstance of being in a pot of boiling water. See how they’ve responded differently. The potato is now soft, the egg is now hard, and the tea has changed the water itself. We are all like these items. When adversity calls we respond in exactly the way they have. Now are you a potato, an egg or are you tea leaves?’ Moral Of The Story We can choose how to respond to a difficult situation. Nasir found a crystal ball behind a banyan tree in his garden. When the tree old him it would grant him a wish, he thought and thought but could not think of anything he wanted. So he kept the crystal ball in his bag and waited to decide on his wish. Days went by without him making a wish but his best friend saw him looking at the crystal ball. He stole it from Nasir and showed it to everyone in the village. They all asked for palaces and gold but could not ask for more than one wish. In the end, everyone was angry because no one could have everything. They became very unhappy and decided to ask Nasir for help. Nasir wished that everything would become as it once was before the villagers had tried to satisfy their greed. The palaces and gold vanished and the villagers grew happy and content once again. Moral of The Story Money and wealth do not bring happiness.