|140. Teacher Feels Dizzy
The teacher walked into the classroom. He said, “Good evening, everybody.” The students said, “Good evening, teacher.” He walked over to his desk. He put his briefcase on his desk. He opened his briefcase. He took his notebook out of his briefcase. He took his books out of his briefcase. Suddenly, he felt dizzy. The room was spinning. He sat down. What was wrong with him? He put his hands on the desk. The desk was spinning. He closed his eyes. He opened his eyes. He didn’t know what to do. What was wrong? He was sitting in his chair. But he felt like he was floating in air. How could he be floating in air? He sat in his chair for another minute. His students were talking to one another. They did not know how he felt. But he didn’t tell them how he felt. He didn’t say anything.
|140. Professor se sente tonto
O professor entrou na sala de aula. Ele disse, “Boa noite, pessoal.” Os alunos disseram, “Boa noite, professor.” Ele andou até a mesa dele. Ele colocou a maleta na mesa dele. Ele abriu a maleta. Ele tirou o caderno da pasta dele. Ele tirou os livros da pasta dele. De repente, se sentiu tonto. A sala estava girando. Ele sentou-se. O que estava errado com ele? Ele colocou as mãos sobre a mesa. A mesa estava girando. Ele fechou os olhos. Ele abriu os olhos. Ele não sabia o que fazer. O que estava errado? Ele estava sentado na cadeira dele. Mas ele sentiu como se ele estivesse flutuando no ar. Como ele poderia estar flutuando no ar? Ele se sentou na cadeira por mais um minuto. Seus alunos foram conversar com os outros. Eles não sabiam que ele sentia. Mas ele não lhes disse como se sentia. Ele não disse nada.