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and shed. Spare them. A big crab. In the grot.
Shut the door. Will you give me a book? I love to read. It is noon. This is my hat. Do not go out. You tire me. Sit in your seat. Say your task. Then you may play. May I go now? Yes, here is your cap. Do not lose it.
Who will play with me? All the rest have left. I will take a walk. Now, let me dine. Come and sit down. I love pie, do not you? Yes; take this tart. Will you have some meat? Yes, and some peas. your meat.
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I can read and spell. Could you learn a verse? Here is my book. Set me a task. Strive to learn. Sit still in your place. The birds chirp. Give them some crumbs. They heard a noise. They have all flown to the hedge.
Have you learnt your verse? Youth is the time to learn. Now I will try. Will you hear me? Well done! The bough bends. The board creaks. They build a house. Dress the child. That is the place. Count the clock. Praise is due to her. Who comes here?
Choose your time. The ground is dry. The stream flows on. Strike the ball. You will lose the game. You have bad luck. It is your fault. I must leave the field. Knock at the door. The moon is bright. The night is cold. Light a match. Make haste. Now to bed.
EASY WORDS FOR OCCASIONAL PRACTICE WHILE
GOING THROUGH THE FIRST PART.
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