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ten old six
you Ann big
but why Ann, how old are you? I am six. Are you but six ?
but six? Why, I am ten. You are not as big as I am.
pig boy who Ned had a pet pig. Was it not an odd pet? Hal had a pet hen. It was an odd pet too. Ned, who had the pig, was a bad boy. Hal was a big boy, but not a bad boy.
Simple and familiar words, not found in the reading lesson, are occasionally introduced into the spelling list.
law red the
put was saw
bid and Ann paw Ann bid her dog put up its red paw. The dog did as it was bid. It put its paw in her lap. It put up no paw but the red one.
rat far fee
dog you bee mow
fat let lay fed
ray my not bit
say the pig
pay I see a dog.
dog. A dog bit my pig.
boy lid off ill put sat out pill box cat ran
kill hen the
mill A boy put a cat and a hen in a box. The boy sat on the lid of the box. The cat bit the hen. The hen put out the eye of the cat. The boy got off the lid of the box. The cat got out and ran off.
The hen was too ill to get up.
lap tip lie all pet she ear tall dog kid eat call
Ann her one ball Ann had a pet lap-dog. She let it lie on her bed. She fed it of all she had to eat. Her dog was not as big as a kid. Not as big as a kid one day old. The tip of one ear was red.
fay hot fun out hay dog
nay hog put with day It is a hot day. Let us go out. Let us go out with our dog. We can go to the new-cut hay. We can put hay on our dog for fun.
Oh! my God, let me do no sin.