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From The Daily Item

  • Snook suspension now a mystery

    MIDDLEBURG — Acting Midd-West Superintendent Daphne Snook is confused about what the school board is alleging she did that led to her suspension without pay, saying she hasn’t received anything in writing. “Nothing I have been told by the board in any way makes me believe that I violated district policy or the law,” Snook said by email Wednesday.

  • Danville teacher strike starts today

    DANVILLE — Nearly four hours of negotiations could not prevent the first teacher strike at Danville in decades.

Mini Lesson #223

1. How do you say “Did you know it?” in PA German? You would pronounce it HUSHED DEW DESS GA-VISST, and it is written:  Hoscht du des gwisst.
2. How would you say “It's time to begin.”? You would pronounce it SIS SIGHT FA AWE-FONGA, and it’s written: Sis Zeit fer aafage. 
 
 
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Mini Lesson #222

1. How do you say “It's a sin and a shame.” in PA German? You would pronounce it SIS EN SIN UNNA SCHOND, and it is written:  Sis en Sin un e Schand.
2. How would you say “All of us are sinners.”? You would pronounce it MEER SIN OLL-MIN-ONNA SINDA, and it’s written: Mir sin allminanner Sinder. 
 
 
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Mini Lesson #221

1. How do you say “The wife did the redding up.” in PA German? You would pronounce it DEE FRAU HUT UFF-GA-RUNT, and it is written:  Die Frau hot uffgeraant.
2. How would you say “Is he tipsy again?”? You would pronounce it ISS AIR WIDDA GA-SOFFA, and it’s written: Is er widder gsoffa? 
 
 
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