Zachránit lidský život je úžasný čin, který zaslouží obdiv. Na zájezdu do Anglie se to povedlo žákům naší školy - Tomáši Brůžkovi, Julii Šimůnkové a Evě Křížové.
I am very pleased that you managed to get my email address on the cliffs the other day and it is great to hear from you! I am pleased to say that my dad recovered well once he was in hospital and was soon walking around the ward. As suspected, it was a heart attack. He had an operation on one of his heart valves yesterday from which he is recovering slowly today. I will be visiting him tomorrow, as I have just popped back to Oxford to catch up on my emails (there is no internet connection at my dad's - hence the delay in replying to you). I will be in touch again soon, but in the meantime I just wanted to express my deepest gratitude to you and your colleagues (and to those of your pupils who were able to help as well) for the vital help that you provided to my dad last Thursday. I am sure that he would not have survived had it not been for you and your colleague's rapid and very effective help in resuscitating him before the para-medic and the ambulance arrived. I am sorry that we probably spoiled your scenic walk along Beachy Head and I hope that you are not put in this positron too often in future (!) - but the help you gave was truly magnificent and we are, as you will imagine, hugely grateful to you for what you did. As I say, I will be in touch again soon once the dust has settled, but for now I just wanted to say hello and reassure you that you did indeed have the correct email address.
With warmest best wishes and many, many thanks
Academic and Trade Department
Oxford University Press
Great Clarendon St
Pro ty co nevládnou dostatečně anglickým jazykem překlad dopisu