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Could you please correct my mistakes in this translation?

"Honey, I am home.'

"So quickly, love?'

'I must be going now. I am glad to have met you laura.'

"Thank you. I will meet you my husband when he recovers."

'All right. Goodnight, ma'am.'

"Goodnight inspector.'

The policeman had gone. Laura took medices and went upstairs.

'You must take your medices darling.'

A murder took place in your district, Jack. A double murder.'

"who is killed? (Or who is a victim?)

'A couple. The man is stabbed to death, the woman is strangled. They live on the outskirts of your district. Nobody knows them as they moved there lately.

'Oh my god. I was there yesterday. She seemed to be such a thoughtful wife. I took her to the drugstore. She had to buy some medicines for her husband and then I took her back home.

What could happen?'

"I am not in the know. Ask the detective.'
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Hi,
Could you please correct my mistakes in this translation?

In this first one, you need to tell me how many people there are, and who they are? Are there three? Who says each line?

"Honey, I am home.'

"So quickly, love?'

'I must be going now. I am glad to have met you laura.'

"Thank you. I will meet you my husband when he recovers."

'All right. Goodnight, ma'am.'

"Goodnight inspector.'

The policeman had gone. Laura took medices and went upstairs.

'You must take your medices darling.'

I need to know who these people are, too.

A murder happened in your neighbourhood Jack. A double murder.'

"Who was killed?

'A couple. The man was stabbed to death, the woman was strangled. They lived on the outskirts of your neighbourhood. Nobody knew them because they were new..

'Oh my God. I was there yesterday. She seemed to be such a thoughtful wife. I took her to the drugstore. She had to buy some medicines for her husband and then I took her back home.

What could have happened?'

"I am not in the know. Ask the detective.'

Why did Jack take her to the drugstore? Is Jack a cop?.

Clive
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Hello,

This is a short story. There are three people there.

A woman,

A policeman,

The woman's husband.

Lora-Honey:' I am home.'

The husband: "So quickly, love?'

The policeman: 'I must be going now. I am glad to have met you laura.'

Lora:"Thank you. "I will meet you my husband when he recovers."

The policeman: 'All right. Goodnight, ma'am.'

Lora: Goodnight Sir. (is it possible to address people in this way; Inspector, Policeman, Officer?)

The policeman had gone. Laura took medices and went upstairs.

Lora: 'You must take your medices darling.'

Yes, Jack is a cop. I don't know why the author asks the policeman to take her there.

This is a dialogue between Jack and the head of the police station where he works. I am sorry I am not sure what I have just typed is correct.
Hi,

This is a short story. There are three people there.

A woman,

A policeman,

The woman's husband.

Lora-Honey:' I am home.'

The husband: "So quickly, love?'

The policeman: 'I must be going now. I am glad to have met you laura.'
A cop wouldn't call her Laura. He'd say eg Ms Smith

Lora:"Thank you. "I will meet you introduce you to my husband when he recovers."
Her husband is already part of the conversation. Where is he?

The policeman: 'All right. Goodnight, ma'am.' First she is Laura, now she is Ma'am?

Lora: Goodnight Sir. (is it possible to address people in this way; Inspector, Policeman, Officer?)
Of these 3 choices, only 'officer' is natural. The word 'sir' is rarely used today.

The policeman had gone. Laura took medices and went upstairs.

Lora: 'You must take your medices medication darling.'

Clive