Exercise 52

I met my friend. You counted the pencils. He ate ice cream. She surfed on Fistral Beach. We went to St Just. You ordered pizzas. They bought pasties. The teacher checked all the things in the room. The cat sat in front of the door. The children ran into the garden.

Exercise 53

Jenefer asks Crysten about her day of walking with Tôny.

Jenefer:

What’s walking with Tôny like? Did you have a great day?

Crysten:

Yes, we did. We roamed across Carn Bre.

Jenefer:

Did you go all the way to the top of the hill?

Crysten:

Yes, and the view from up there is tremendous.

Jenefer:

What did you do afterwards?

Crysten:

We went to Camborne, to drink something in a coffee shop.

Jenefer:

Did you eat too?

Crysten:

Well, I had a flapjack.

Jenefer:

And what did Tôny eat?

Crysten:

Oh, I don’t know. Some sort of toastie, some doughnut or other …

Jenefer:

Crysten, you know – Tôny doesn’t eat sensible things. But you can’t interfere. His life is his own business.

Exercise 54

Me a vydn côwsel orth an arhanty avorow. Yma ev ow côwsel orthys. Yma hy ow covyn orth hy hothman. Ny a wrug côwsel ortans. Yma an stranjer ow covyn orta vy.

Exercise 55

Peswar warn ugans, pymthek warn ugans, whe ha dêwgans, seytek ha dêwgans, eth ha try ugans, nawnjek ha try ugans, onen ha peswar ugans, udn ha peswar ugans, dêwdhek ha peswar ugans, cans Exercise 56 Twenty four hours, thirty six hours, forty eight hours, seventy two hours, the thirty nine steps