Imatges de pÓgina
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Is he up?
He is up
Do as I do.
Do so to us.

LESSON 1.

It is on me.
It is to be so.
Am I to go in ?
It is my ox.

LESSON 2.
As I go by. Do we go to bed ?
So am I.

Ann is to go.
I am to do it.

My hat is by me. Is he to do it?

Put it on. It is my top:

Let me try.

LESSON 3. A fat hog. A fat pig. A bad man. A red hat. A hot bit for me. Cut it up. Cut it for ine.

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try to do it.-Did Ann go? Get his hat.

A big man. The sun is up.

An old man. to him. Pen and ink.

I can go

LESSON 4. A mad dog. He can dig. I can hop. We can run. A red bud.

A dry fig. Get my

hat. Let us go in. Get a cup of tea. Let me see you hop.

Go to Ann. Is she up? She is not.

CHAPTER III.

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Accent on the first syllable.

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LESSON 5.
My boy, do ill to no one.

Act not as bad men do. I see a man who has a dog by him. I saw a rat, and the sly old cat saw him too; and pop, she had him. You may go to-day and buy you a peg top. I can hop as far as you can.

LESSON 6. It is a dry day, and we may now go out. Do not run in the wet mud. See the dog. Let me pat him. Now he is by me. See how he can run.

I see a red cow, and hog, and a pig. I see a bee fly in the air.

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