পাতা:Dialogues, Intended to Facilitate the Acquiring of the Bengali Language.djvu/৭৪

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 The brahmuns of what places has he invited? Tell me. I attend.

 He has sent invitations to Nuvu-dweep, Patulee, Trivenee, Koomar-hutta, Bhat-para, and several other places. I hear also that he will (with gifts) dismiss the respectable brahmuns.

 Then it is proper to go. Go on. Let us go. The consequence will be as God pleases.

 I suppose God can do for the best.


SEEKING EMPLOYMENT

 Will you go to Calcutta?

 I will go, but must delay it a few days.

 I have a little business here; I will go in two or three days after that is done.

 Well, I will go also. I must delay a few days.

 We'll both go together. When you go be sure to tell me.

 Well, I'll tell you two or three days before I go. We'll both go together. Will you go in a boat, or on foot?

 I can't afford to go in a boat. How do you go?

 Well, we'll walk it.

 What business have you at Calcutta?

 My business at Calcutta is to seek for work.

 Well, where do you expect to get employ?

 I have expected it for a long time from Gour-Huri-Pala of the great Bazar. He has now got the disposing of the cargo of a Telinga ship, and the furnishing another cargo. I suppose, if I go there, I may get half the job.