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He went out to save them at the risk of his life.
Sam says that, in the East, rice is the food of man.
Ring the bell for the boys to come and dine.
She

gave her a yard or more of rick silk.
Our fine ship got on a rock, and was lost.
Buy some rope, and tie it up to the post.
If you rise soon in the morn you may eat a roll.
I have done the same sum as that boy has.
The boat has sunk deep in the sand.
Look at this pink, what a fine root it has !
I say,

that will be a hard task for him to do.
I took a bird in the trap, at noon, by his tail.
Here is a nice bit of tart for you, as you are good.
Take a yard of tape, and sew it on as soon as you can.
Let me give you a hint, that, time and tide will stay for

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In the lane we met a man and a drove of sheep.
Lay the green baize on this side of the floor. .
James, shall we take a drive round the park?
When will you come and drink tea with us?
If you drive too fast you will tire the horse.
Let me sew the black

crape on your

hat. We do not sound the L in the word could.

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He drank off the wine to the last drain.
I like to dwell at ease in a good house.
This is a good batch of bread; buy a loaf.
He got out his lance to bleed the old man.
Now let us walk out, for the bloom is on the rye.
Make good use of time; play not when you ought to

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.
Her veil is made of gauze, which is a fine thin silk.
Eat your fish, and then you shall have a glass of wine.
I have lost my glove; pray tell me if you have seen it.
That is a fine young goose; the dog must not hunt it.
We have a great deal of corn to grind this week.
It is of great use to know how to guide a ship at sea.
Will you be so good as to halve that nice cake?
This hedge, which is now bare, will look green in a short

time.
Tell the man to put a new hinge on this door.
The road is rough: do not drive the horse too fast.
I am quite at a loss to know why you are so dull.
You may pluck a rose or two if you

like. The old hound could not hold the hare.

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