There's no believing your words. You are a great scoundrel.
What villany have I ever acted, Sir, in your affairs. You can't mention an instance.
I won't hear all your excuses.
Sir, I will go and see if any of my town's people are here.
Go. Go and see.
I have searched well, Sir, but can find none.
Then take the peon with you and go.
If I take the peon with me, where shall I find money to pay for his food?
Well, go home, and come to-morrow by nine o'clock.
As you order, Sir. Be attentive. To-day I take leave.
Attend, Mr. Landlord. I have brought the lease with me; be pleased to look at it.
Go to the office and sit down. The clerk will come and look at it immediately.
I can't stay long, Sir. Yesterday I pulled up the rice-plants, and laid them by. To-day I must go into the field and plant them.
Go to the clerk's house, and call him.
I don't know where the clerk's house is. Be pleased, Sir, to send a person to fetch him.
Go to the Jumadar, and tell him in my name to send a person to the clerk's house to call him.