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A green leaf
(The child sbould be taught to read across the page.) A pen case.
A tin box. A bad boy.
A good girl. A small top.
A nice toy.
A clear sky.
A sour peach.
A lame goose. We can run.
Do not stay. It is cold.
The fire burns. Bring the cup:
Drink your milk. Feed the lambs.
Shear the sheep The boys play. The girls learn. The cat purrs.
The dog barks. The mule frisks. The horse trots. A new wheel.
A strong cart. A true friend.
A safe guide. A thick cloud.
A dark day. Mend my pen.
Cut the quill. Ring the bell.
Pull the cord. Clean your teeth. Wash your hands. Brush my hat . Black my boots. Help yourself.
Eat some grapes. Life is short.
Art is long Shun all strife.
All must die. Tell no lies.
Speak the truth. Time runs fast.
Death is sure. Live in peace.
God is just.
* When the learner is sufficiently advanced in spelling and reading to commence the etidy of mammar, these or similar sentences will be found well adapted to exem; lify and illustrate the rades and definitions contained in the ** Essentials of Euglish Gramdar,'' aj pended to ibis work.
A mad dog. A dull axe. The wet grass. The full moon. The cows low. The fish swims. Boys love play. Wolves kill sheep. Hoe the corn. Fly the kite. Reap the rye. Scour the knives. Thrash the wheat. Dress the hemp. Prune the trees. Sail the ship Bake some pies. Make some toast. Bring the wine. The doves coo. The bells chime. The wind blows. The ducks quack. The bear growls. The wolves howl.
A wild hog A sharp knife. The sweet pinks. The bright stars. The horse neighs. The birds sing. Men seek fame. Hawks eat birds. Pull the flax. Spin the top Mow the grass. Clean the forks. Shell the corn. Card the wool. Make the fence. Row the barge. Roast some beef. Boil some ham. Fill the glass. The birds chirp. The clock strikes. The waves roll. The geese hiss. The hounds yelp. The sheep bleat.
A new brick house. A large frame bari.
A sweet green bean. A new red cloak.
A nice gold ring.
A piece of beef.
The love of fame. A pail of sweet milk. A flask of good rum. A sack of ripe peas. A peck of
white beans. A yard of fine silk. A skein of fine thread. Let me spin my top. Let us hoe the corn. I ran a mile to-day.
Please to let me rest. The tide runs high. We must go home. I had ill luck.
I will not fret. You and I err.
It is our faults. Do not cheat me. We must shun vice. Leave off bad tricks. Thou shalt not steal. Strive to do right.
Peace be with you. Be in good cheer.
Learn to be good. Use no ill words.
You must not swear. Shun all bad boys.
Dread an ill act. Heed not bad men, Wise men seek truth. Fear to do ill.
View vice with hate. Mind what is said. Love and fear God.
Progressive. ! Do as we do.
Try to do so.
He is quite ill.
Now go to Ann.
I like to read.
Read all this page. The ship is built. Now it can sail. It has set sail. It is on the sea. The fields are green. See! the green wheat. . The grain is ripe.
it. There is a bee! Do not hurt it. Now it is
gone. It is gone home. The kite is high. It is my kite. The cord is lorg. Do not break it. I have been ill. Give me some drink. Now I am well. I must go home. It is quite dark. It is dark night. What o'clock is it? It is eight o'clock. It is quite late. Let us go to bed. We must be good. Bad boys do haria.' I love the Lord. God save us all.
Let us reap
you hear me?
What is your wish?
To-day, if you please.
Yes, I think I can.
Read all these words. The sky is blue. The air is
pure. The moon is full. The light is pale. The morn is clear.
The sun is bright. The dews are fresh.
The fields are green. The days are short The nights are long. The sun is set.
The moon is up. The rose smells sweet. The grass looks green. The stars look dim. The clouds are black. The wind blows hard. The rain falls fast. Cease to do wrong.
Strive to do good. Be kind to all.
Treat no one ill. Call no ill names.
Frown at foui deeds. Give alms to the poor. Love all good boys. Do as you are bid. Speak well of alí.