One thing leads to another…
Louisa, an eighty-seven year old grandmother, still drives her own car. In her weekly letter to her long-time friend, she writes:
Shlomo Eisenstein, an elderly gentleman was on his deathbed as his wife and three children and nurse stood close by.
A couple with three children waited in line at San Francisco’s Pier 41 to purchase tickets for a boat trip to Alcatraz.
Young Rabbi Herzovitz announces on Sabbath that he won’t renew his contract but move to a larger congregation, who will pay him a better salary.
As Air Force One arrives at the Heathrow Airport, the US President strides to a warm and dignified reception from the Queen.
Having seen an advert for a Gynaecologist’s Assistant, a man went to Harley Street in London for more information.
The farmer’s son was returning from the market with the crate of chickens his father had entrusted to him.
Ray was a barber in the Bronx who paid close attention at his parish whenever the topic of evangelization was discussed.
In response to the seminar offerings by the female staff, the male staff created a set of courses for females of all marital status.
Miss Emily, an elderly lady living in Savannah, Georgia, was well-known for her faith and for her boldness in talking about it.
A lawyer and an engineer met on St. Kitts in the Caribbean and were enjoying a drink at the beach bar.
These are sentences exactly as typed by medical secretaries at the NHS (National Health Service) Greater Glasgow, Scotland.
Dilip, an elderly village man, walks into the reception of an eye clinic in Delhi and asks for an emergency appointment.
Amanda’s car is a bit unreliable and she often contacts Patrick asking him for a ride every time it brakes down.
Gabe and Fred, two old friends, met in the park every day to feed the pigeons, watch the squirrels and discuss world problems.