Lessons in Language

State Printing Office, 1889 - 158 páginas
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Página 77 - thin, With sharp blue eyes each like a pin, And light loose hair, yet swarthy skin. No tuft on cheek, nor beard on chin, But lips where smiles went out and in. LESSON
Página 19 - AND 0. ORAL EXERCISE.. . - ... . Answer in complete sentences: 1. What is your name? 2. Where do you live ? 3. How old are you ? 4. What did you eat for your lunch? How many times did you use your own name in answering these questions? What word did you use in place of your own name? How is the word
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Página 93 - of cold. Arrival at the Palace of Santa Claus. Its size and appearance. Welcome of Santa Claus. What was seen. Length of visit. . Return. Conclusion: Impression after the return. LESSON 12. " ONCE-ON-A^TIME." Heigh-ho! What frolics we might see, If it only had happened to you and me, To be born in some beautiful far-off clime, In the country of Somewhere, once-on-a-time! Why, once-on-a-time there were mountains of gold, And
Página 84 - Size. Voice. Why called a kingbird. Why he is so powerful. . How he sometimes rides through the air. Conclusion: Usefulness of kingbird to farmers. LESSON 4. THE HOUSE IN THE MEADOW. It stands in a sunny meadow, The house so mossy and brown, With its cumbrous old stone chimneys, And the gray roof sloping down. The trees fold their green arms around it— The trees a century old— And the winds go chanting through them, And the sunbeams drop their gold. The cowslips spring in the marshes, The roses...
Página 94 - a rose. And if ever I chance, on a fortunate day, To that wonderful region to find my way, Why, then, if the stories all are true, As quick as I can, I '11 come for you, And we '11 row away to its happy shores, In a silver shallop with golden oars. —St. Nicholas. By the help of the following outline write, in prose, what the author of this imaginative poem has said: Introduction . . The lament. What happened somewhere, once-on-a-time
Página 71 - Libby, here is your book," said Amy. 4. " Thank you, Amy," replied Libby. 5. " May we fish in the creek, mother ? " asked Cora. 6. " Lucy, come away from that dog!" shouted Jack. 7. The frost looked forth one still clear night And whispered, " Now I shall be out of sight." 8. He exclaimed, "Merry Christmas to all!" 9. " Thanks to the sunshine, thanks to the rain," Murmured the little white lily again. LESSON 91. STORY. ORAL EXERCISE. "UMBRELLAS TO MEND!" [Have pupils carefully read the questions...

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