‘What’s wrong? You don’t look very well. Are you ill?’

‘No, I’m not ill. I’m just in a very bad mood.’

‘Why? What happened?’

‘Someone broke into our house yesterday.’

‘Really! I am very sorry to hear that! Did they steal many things?’

‘Yes, of course! They stole out TV set and our laptops. They took my wife’s jewellery and some of our money.’

‘So, they did not take all your money, did they?’

‘No, they didn’t steal all of it. We keep our money in many places.’

‘You should keep your money in the bank.’

‘Of course, we keep most of our money in our bank. But we also keep some cash at home. But they didn’t find all of the money.’

‘So, it is not so bad. I mean, they stole many things, but you are not poor because of it.’

‘No, of course not. The biggest problem is that they stole my notebook. I kept all my work in it.’

‘But you have some back-up, don’t you?’

‘No, I don’t. That’s the problem. I only kept my work in that notebook.’

‘That was silly. You should always have some back-up for your data because you never know what can happen.’

‘Yes, I know. I didn’t have a back-up for my documents and now I have a big problem.’

break into – vlámať sa

jewellery /ˈdʒuːəlri/ – šperky

back-up – záloha