i. bir şey, hiçbir şey, herhangi bir şey, ne olsa, her şey
- Does he remember anything good about me?
- He doesn't hate you. He just still feels hurt.
- Hurt? I hurt him?
- Being arrested like that? Nobody forgets that.
- How did you forget what he did to you?
- Benim hakkımda iyi bir şey hatırlıyor mu?
- Senden nefret etmiyor. Sadece hala yaralı hissediyor.
- Yaralı? Onu ben mi incittim?
- Bu şekilde tutuklanmak? Bunu kimse unutmaz.
- Sana ne yaptığını sen nasıl unuttun peki?
- String him up again!
- He'll die, if we lash him again, my lord.
- Oh, he'll die, will he? Another one of their Saxon impudences. They'll do anything to trick us. Continue!
- Mercy, good master! Have mercy!
- Father! Father! Stop!
- Bağlayın onu!
- Onu yine kamçılarsak, ölecek, lordum.
- Oh, ölecek, öyle mi? Bir başka Sakson arsızlığı daha. Bizi oyuna getirmek için her şeyi yaparlar. Devam et!
- Merhamet, iyi efendi! Merhamet gösterin.
- Baba! Baba! Dur!
'Perhaps it doesn't understand English,' thought Alice; 'I daresay it's a French mouse, come over with William the Conqueror.' (For, with all her knowledge of history, Alice had no very clear notion how long ago anything had happened.) So she began again: 'Ou est ma chatte?' which was the first sentence in her French lesson-book.
'Belki de İngilizce anlamıyordur' diye düşündü Alice; 'Bence Fatih William ile birlikte gelen bir Fransız faresi.' (Tüm tarih bilgisiyle Alice'in her şeyin ne kadar zaman önce olup bittiğine dair çok berrak bir fikri yoktu.)Bu nedenle tekrar başladı: "Ou est ma chatte?" Fransızca ders kitabındaki ilk cümleydi.
'How do you know so much about everything?' was asked of a very wise and intelligent man; and the answer was 'By never being afraid or ashamed to ask questions as to anything of which I was ignorant.'
'How do you know so much about everything?' was asked of a very wise and intelligent man; and the answer was 'By never being afraid or ashamed to ask questions as to anything of which I was ignorant.' John Abbott
2 October.--I placed a man in the corridor last night, and told him to make an accurate note of any sound he might hear from Renfield's room, and gave him instructions that if there should be anything strange he was to call me.