• 'No, doctor, I haven't. I don't have any time for hobbies.'
  • 'Your trouble is that you need to learn to relax.'
  • 'Thank you very much.'
  • 'Have you got any hobbies?'
  • 'All right, doctor, I'll try that.'
  • 'Why don't you learn to paint pictures?'
  • 'Well, that is your main trouble, you see. You don't have time for anything except your work. You must find some hobbies, and you must learn to relax with them, or you'll be dead in less than five years.'
  • 'That was a very good idea of yours, doctor.'
  • 'I've already painted fifteen pictures since I saw you.'

An important businessman went to see his doctor because he could not sleep at night. The doctor examined him carefully and then explained to him that . Then he asked .
The businessman thought for a few moments and then said to the doctor that as .
The doctor explained to his patient that the fact that trouble; and ordered him , and , or . The doctor suggested his patient's .
The businessman agreed and said that .
The next day he telephoned the doctor, him, and exclaimed that , because .