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He went out to save them at the risk of his life.
gave her a yard or more of rick silk.
that will be a hard task for him to do.
no man: you must then make good use of each hour. Go to the yard, I wish you to get me a bit of deal. I have a wart on my hand, can you cure it? Our fox in the yard did kill a tame duck. If the wind is in the west it will soon rain. Do not go too near the well, for it is deep. Take my shoe, and tell the man to put to it a new vamp. Here is my task, may I read it to you, Sir ? When it is fine we will go out for a ride.
Reading Lessons not exceeding Five Letters.
crape on your
hat. We do not sound the L in the word could.
chose chief chirp chick chill chine churl churn clean clear cloak clock claim cling clung cleft coach coast could count couch crane crape cramp crash crave crack crank crest crust crude creed creep
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fault fifth fight first fling float flame flesh flown flood flute flour flush fraud frame freak fresh frown frank froze frost gauze glass glare glove gloss ghost girth gleam glebe globe gloom goose
gourd grasp grave great grind grown growl guard guest guide guile halve harsh hatch haunt heard heath heart heave hedge hence hinge hoard hoist horse hound hutch jaunt joist judge juice knack knave
knead knell knife knock lance lapse latch lathe learn lease least leash leech liege light loath loose lunch match maize might mirth mince moist month mound mourn mould mount mouse mulct neigh ninth
He drank off the wine to the last drain.
work; if you do, you will not learn much. The hen has a fine brood : she takes great care of her
young ones, and shows them how to feed. We shall catch no fish if we make so much noise. Bring me a chair: this is a fine gold chain. We will walk out by the side of the chalk cliff. Can you fling a stone? Can you play the flute ? The first thing I see is that you have made a fault. Will you eat some dried plums with Jane and me? The clock has just struck two, let us go in. John, James, and I dwell in the first floor. The pond froze last night; but it will not be safe to
skate on it for, at least, a week.
like. The old hound could not hold the hare.
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