K:Evan, wake up. I've already asked Mrs. Lindquist here at the hostel for a good doctor.
He's just a few blocks away. Come with me. He's open already, and we're going to see him.
E:Huh? How do you know how I feel?
K:Are you kidding? I didn't sleep a wink last night.
K:Between your moaning and snoring, you kept me up all night.
E:Gee, I'm sorry.
K:Don't worry about it. Get dressed. Do you want to have breakfast?
E:No, I'm still not hungry.
K:That's what I figured. You look awful.
K:Oh, sorry. I didn't mean it that way. I just meant you really do look sick.
E:I know, I know. OK. Let me put my clothes on. I have to use the bathroom.
K:I've already had breakfast and cleaned up. It's all yours.
E:Fine. I'll be out in a minute; then we can go see the doctor.
E:Excuse me, but do you speak English?
P:Nein. Nicht gut. Mein daughter speak the English. Here you wait, OK?
E:Uh, sure, thanks.The proprietress fetches her daughter.
D:Hello. My name is Gertrude. May I help you?
E:Whew! I'm sorry, but I can't speak German. May I ask you a question?
D:Yes, of course.
E:My girlfriend and I...
D:Your girlfriend? Where is she?
E:Well, she's in the car waiting.
You see, we're lost. We're trying to find the road to Bremen.
D:You must ask your girlfriend to come in.
It's cool outside in the car.
And it's night already. First things first.
You must be hungry.
Why not have your dinner with us here?
My mother is a great cook.
Bring your girlfriend inside and we'll serve you a dinner you'll never forget.
D:It's only 20 kilometers from here. But relax now. Enjoy real German cuisine that you won'tfind in the big city.
E:You talked me into it. I'll go get Kathy now.
K:This doesn't look like the highway, does it?
E:It sure doesn't. I hate to admit it, but I think I got us lost again.
K:Don't worry. I'll take out the map from the glove compartment and take a look...
Uh, where are we?
E:Somewhere on the road to Bremen, I think.
K:Maybe we'd better find a gas station again.
E:There doesn't seem to be anything on this road except farm houses.
And I don't see any signs, either.
K:What should we do?
E:I'll keep driving ahead. We would lose a lot of time if we backtracked.
K:I trust you. I certainly don't know how to get us to Bremen.
E:I have an idea. There's a restaurant up ahead.
I'll get out and find someone who speaks English and ask for directions.
K:I hope you can. Neither of us speaks German!