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SECOND READING LESSON. Know you not. A soft rain. A black rook. A meek look. Who are you? A good cart. A long mane. Call the cook. Get the key. A ripe nut. Are you hurt ? Come to tea. I want my kite. Add a pound. See the grate. Do not hurt the cat. Take care of the fire. Heave the ball high. A pound of pork. Will you eat'some ?
God made the sky so blue and high.
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buns. peas cap clogs teeth lean mare cakes fruit cloak
mouth COW meat eggs coat boots cheeks calf beef
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cheese gown wool back lark lamb curds slip down breast dove
fowl whey frill head thighs duck fish salt lace hands legs wear goose trout sweet cuff
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THIRD READING LESSON. The sheep gives wool. The horse is swift. Pigs grunt. Cows give us milk. Milk forms cream. Cream is nice. Bread is good. The lark sings. The duck swims. The cock crows. A chick is a young fowl. Peas and beans are nice. I like curds and whey. A muff is warm. Shoes keep our toes warm. I can run, or walk, or stand, or sit. I like to eat and drink nice things God gives us all good things. Thank God, for He is good.
God grant that I may fear to lie.
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FOURTH READING LESSON. Go to the door. Down the stairs. Get the wood. Lay it on the stove. Light the fire. It will warm us. It is cold out of the room. The wind blows from the east. Snow falls. The ea is rough. Put on the coal with the tongs. Keep your bands clean. Do not let the coal fall on the floor. Take care of the fire, or it may burn the house. Now boil the rice. It is rood with milk. Sit on the stool, and eat your food. Thank God for it. Use the spoon. Take care of the knife. Lay it by he side of the fork. Do not eat too much. It will hurt you. Look at the clock. It is time to read your book.
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FIFTH READING LESSON. Ab-hor that which is wrong. God dwells a-bove the sk When you ac-cost a friend, do not be rude. Ac-quire kir ways. Be of good ad-dress. Let good men ad-vise you. I not af-front any one. Al-ter that which is bad. Af-ter ve a-wake, pray, and say A-men. At-tend to your books. Ker your at-tire clean. Do not a-venge a wrong. If you are goo men will a-ward you praise. Have you heard a-nyone pla on the bag-pipe ? Did you e-ver see an a-corn? It grows ( the oak. The al-mond is a nice nut. It al-so grows on a tre If you climb up a tree you may take af-fright, and fall dowi Do not ab-sent your-self from school to climb trees.