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¡¡¡¡Where is your lamp? You shouldn't have some out // when it's too cold.

¡¡¡¡I brought you // some hot coffee.

¡¡¡¡Nate was happy // that she did. But he did not want her to say. He took the things // Olive carried // and asked her to sit down. Maybe for a minute to get warm, she said.

¡¡¡¡Olive kept looking into the darkness of the barn // to see // where Maudie was. Maudie was ready // to have her calf // any minute now.

¡¡¡¡I don't want you to stay,// her husband said.

¡¡¡¡Oh, no, Nate, I don't want to. If it begins to happen, I'll go back to the house.

¡¡¡¡They walked slowly // to the back of the barn // to look at Maudie. Nate looked around for something // Olive could sit on.

¡¡¡¡Would this be all right?

¡¡¡¡He helped Olive // sit down // on a small stool. He made the oil stove hotter // so she could get warm. Then he told her again // that he did not want her to stay // when Maudie's calf came. It wasn't something // a young wife should see, especially // a young wife // who would soon be a mother herself.

¡¡¡¡Nate sat down on the floor // near Olive. The cow lay quietly, // chewing some hay. Husband and wife // did not say much // as they waited; words did not seem to come easily to them. But, after some time, Olive said she was sorry // that she could not help Nate // with the cow. Nate smiles // and told her // not to worry about him--// after all, // he said, //

¡¡¡¡Maudie was having the calf-not he. And Maudie would know // what to do when the time came.

¡¡¡¡There was something else // that was worrying Oive, and she did not know // just how to begin to talk about it--// At last, she spoke out, not sure // what Nate's answer would be. Momma says--// I mean Momma thinks--// maybe I should go to her house // to have the baby ... // After all, the doctor lives in town. If you couldn't get him here in time, // I don't know // what I would do.

¡¡¡¡She had said it, and was glad that // at last // she got the word out. Nate was a quiet, // thoughtful // and gentle man. He knew that Olive was afraid // and he wanted to calm her fears.

¡¡¡¡Of course, he answered. That's a good idea. It would be much easier for you // in your mother's house.

¡¡¡¡Time seemed to be moving slowly--// too slowly for Olive. She looked nervously at the cow. She asked Nate // when the cow would begin. Nate answered // that birth had already

¡¡¡¡stared--// Maudie had pain // a short time ago. Then Nate began to rub the cow's head ...// the cow turned its head

¡¡¡¡away // from his hands...and then Suddenly // it came... // a frightening bellow that gave Olive a violent shark. Olive could see it // clearly--part of the head of the young calf // stowly, // painfully coming out.

¡¡¡¡Olive felt very shaky. Her hands nervously touched her own body. She could feel the shape of her baby. Nate was worried, he told Olive // to leave. But Olive could not go....// she just could not pull herself away. She kept looking at Maudie // as the cow made her great noises // and struggled to push out the calf. Nate saw that the cow was in trouble. He knew she needed help.

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¡¡¡¡Welcome to Daily Tips on learning English. Today¡¯s tip is on the importance of pausing to mark the boundary between phrases or thought groups. In a previous tip, I mentioned how in long sentences, it is necessary to pause between thought groups. However, relatively short sentences may also require pauses to help the listeners organize the stream of sounds correctly. Let¡¯s look at some examples. In the question ¡°what time do you come in in the morning?¡± It is necessary to pause between the two prepositions ¡°in¡±. If you pause after the word ¡°come¡±, ¡°what time do you come / in in the morning?¡± Then the listeners will be confused, because ¡°come in¡± and ¡°in the morning¡± are two separate thought groups. Here¡¯s another similar example. ¡°Look your papers over over the weekend.¡± You need to pause between the two ¡°over¡±s to help your listeners organize your words. If you pause somewhere else like ¡°Look your papers / over over the weekend¡±, nobody will understand you. Sometimes pausing in the wrong place will change the meaning of what you say. For example, let¡¯s take two sentences. Sentence 1: ¡°I usually eat sushi for lunch.¡± Sentence 2: ¡°I ate noodles today.¡± When you put the two sentences together in speech, you must pause slightly between them. ¡°I usually eat sushi for lunch. I ate noodles today.¡± If you pause after the word ¡°sushi¡±, the meaning changes. ¡°I usually eat sushi. For lunch I ate noodles today.¡± So remember to use pauses to group ideas together. If you pause in the middle of ideas, or group pieces of different ideas together, your listeners will have a hard time

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¡¡¡¡Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Today¡¯s tip is on the use of pauses in English speech. Although written English has spaces between every word, spoken English doesn¡¯t have pauses between each word, rather words are linked together. However, people do not normally speak without pausing at all. We do pause in speech. While in written English, there are periods, commas, semicolons and question marks. But we also pause in long sentences without punctuation marks. Let¡¯s look at some examples. My mother listens to the radio in the evening. This sentence can be said without pausing, because it isn¡¯t very long. But if I were to pause, I would say, ¡°My mother/ listens to the radio/ in the evening.¡± Why? Because pauses come between thought groups----groups of words that express one thought. For example, ¡°in the evening¡± is a thought group. Let¡¯s make the sentence longer. My mother listens to the radio in the evening, plays tennis in the afternoon, and cleans the house in the morning. Now it is necessary to pause because the sentence is very long. Pauses come between thought groups, and help the listeners organize the information they hear. Listen to sentence again. My mother listens to the radio in the evening, plays tennis in the afternoon, and cleans the house in the morning. If you pause in the wrong places, listeners will have a harder time organizing the information. Listen to the sentence read again with improper pausing. My mother listens to the radio in/ the evening, plays tennis in /the afternoon, and cleans the/ house in the morning. Now the sentence is almost impossible to understand, so remember to pause between thought groups, to help your listeners easily organize what they hear. This has been today's tip on learning English. Tune in tomorrow for another tip on learning English.

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