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Good boys like to go to school.
John, Tom, Dick and Bill, will soon learn
John sits down on a stool, and lifts up his
Tom stands up, and hears what John says.
Dick and Bill lie down on the ground.
The Bear is a strong and fierce beast.
His hair is brown or white, and he has a
very short tail.
The dog leads the poor blind man.
Let us go and have a game of ball.
The coach stops at the door of the house.
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The drum lies on the ground, near the dog.
One duick stands on a stone, and two ducks
swim in the pond.
Do you know the name of the great beast
that has a trunk at the end of
He uses his trunk to take hold of his food.
There is a strong,
lamb in his claws.
The fish swims in the sea.
Fowls eat corn.
The hen has young ones.
has a fine tail.
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Geese eat grass, and swim in the pond.
The goat has horns, and is more strong
than the sheep.
The horse is a fine beast, and likes to
prance and play.
Do you like to hear the harp?
Now, John, you may go and play with
Some ink is black, and some ink is red.
Can you tell me what is the use of ink ?
Now, tell me what pens are made of.
Some men have black skins, and some
men have brown skins.
What do you call brown men?
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Jam is made of fruit, and you know that
it is good to eat.
The Jews-harp makes a strange sound.
The Judge wears a wig and a long gown.
There is no wind to make the kite fly.
A kind of bird has the name of kite.
What is the name of the most strong of
all wild beasts?
It has a thick mane, a long tail, and sharp
Give the poor man a loaf of bread.
The key does not fit the lock.
Tell Ann to put some oil in the lamp.
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John wants to know the name of the beast
with a long tail.
Give him a nut, and he will take hold of
it in his hand and crack it with his teeth.
The mouse has a smooth skin and black
The owl will kill him if he sees him.
What do you call men with brown skins ?
The bird has built a nest in the elm tree.
The owl lives in the barn, and kills all
the mice he can catch.
The most tall of all birds has short wings
and very strong legs.
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There is a green bird that talks like a man
but does not know what he says.
It will take one of those pears.
Do you know what is in that pie?
The pigs are very fat.
Pork is the flesh of the pig.
The queen sits on her throne, and has a
crown on her head.
A man with a large wig and a long gown
reads to her.
The bow in the clouds will come when
it rains and the sun shines.
They are not cats, nor rats, nor mice, nor
dogs-What are they?
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The sheep lie on the grass in the sun.
The shield is of no use now.
The child may sit on the stool.
Come, Ann, and put on your shoe, and
go out for a walk.
Can you tell me the name of a beast with
brown skin and stripes of black?
He has a fierce eye, and a long tail; and
his shape is like that of a cat, but he is
much more large and strong.
I will give you a new' top.
Is that a tea-urn?
No, it is not a tea-urn.
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The use of the wind-mill is to grind corn
to make flour.
The use of flour is to make bread.
The man has a sack of corn on his back, to
take it to the mill.
Now, John, bring the horses to draw the
sacks of flour to town.
There are some men with red coats and
They have low hats on their heads, and
they have spears in their hands.
A yacht is a small ship or boat.
There is a beast like a horse, with a white
skin and black stripes.