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mis name up
dis grace en throne in clude dis guise en treat in crease per spire
ex claim in duce dis place ex clude in flame per vade dis please ex cite in flate
in qûire pur suit dis sûade ex pire
sub lime dis train
in scribe sub scribe do main ex treme in spire
sup port ef face
in vade em brace
teel in vite en close im bibe
in voke trus tee en'croach im brue
braid en dure
mis take up hold en force im peach mis use
un chaste im pede ob lique un close en grave im plore ob scene en gross im port
un known ob tain
op pose en tice
un twine en tire
in cline per ceive un yoke
The first long, the second short. Be head de duct
e ject be gin de fect be qüest de fence de scend be twixt de feud
e qûip be witch de fer
e rect be yond de ject
e vent de camp de mur
im pose im pute im pure
pre fer pre fix
grotesque pro fess re dress
re past: mo lest pro ject re fer
re pel mo rass
re flect pre dict
pro long re fract
re pulse pre judge pro test
re qûest pre sent. pro tract re hearse re sist pre serve re bel
re ject re solve pre tence re buff re lapse re turn pre tend re cant re lax
ro bust pre text re cess
re lent pre vent re cur
tre pan u surp
The first short, the second middle.
en large ap prove mon soon a part guit ar
rack oon im part
bal loon shal loon com mand mam ma
bas soon dis arm pa pa
buf foon dis card
un arm dis prove un hook dis charge un bar drag oon ca noe
The first short; in the second a broad, and o like a broad.
dis tort ap plaud mis cal ab hor in form
un taught a dorn
as sault ex alt
The first long, the second broad. Be cause de bauch de fault be fal de fraud fore warn re ward
The first long, the second middle. Be calm re gard
re move de mand' re mark be hoove re proof re mand be fool
LESSON 23. Come to me, Charles. Come and read. Here is a new book. Take care not to tear it. Good boys do not spoil their books. Speak plain. Take pains and try to read well. Stand still. Do not read so fast. Mind the stops. Charles has read a page now. This is a page. This is a leaf. A page is one side of a leaf. Shut the book. Put it up.
Put it up. By and by you may read more.
LESSON 24. Shall we walk ? No; not now. I think it will rain soon. See how black the sky is. Now it rains. How fast it rains! Rain comes from the clouds. The ducks love rain. Ducks swim, and geese swim. Can Charles swim? No, Charles is not a duck, nor a goose; so he must take care not to go too near the pond, lest he should fall in. I do not know that we could get him out; if we could not, he would die. When Charles is as big as James, he shall learn to swim.
· Lesson 25. It does not rain now. The sky is blue. Let us take a walk in the fields, and see the sheep, and the lambs, the cows, and trees, and birds. Call Tray. He shall go with us. He
. wags his tail. He is glad to see us, and to go with us. Tray likes those who feed him and are kind to him. Do not walk on the grass now. It is too high, and quite wet. Walk in this dry path. There is a worm. Do not tread on it.
LESSON 26. Can Charles climb that wall ? O what a large field! This is not grass. No; it is corn. It will be ripe soon.
Bread is made of corn. I dare say Charles does not know how bread is made. Well, some time I will tell him. Shall we look at the bees in their glass hive? Will the bees sting us? No, they will not, if we do not hurt them.
LESSON 27. The clock strikes. It is time to dine. Is the cloth laid ? Where are the knives, and forks, and plates ? Call Ann. Are your hands clean? Sit down. The soup is hot; wait till it is cool. Will you have some lamb, and some pease? Do not make a noise with your lips when you eat. Take some bread. Now let us go and play with George.
The first short, the vowel in the second silent.
mut ton glut ton muzzle baf fle grap ple net tle
rid dle bot tle
nim ble sad dle bram ble han dle
scrib ble buc kle
scuf fle bun dle hum ble peb ble
scut tle can dle hus tle
sev en ket tle
sick le cot ton kin dle coup
le crum ble les son pim ple
smug gle dam son
stran gle daz zle lit tle pris on man gle
thim ble mid dle rab ble troub le fid dle
ped dle per son
sim ple sin gle
The first long, the vowel in the second silent. A ble ea gle
sed son e ven
sta ble ba sin e vil
stee ple bi ble fa ble
peo ple ta ble bro ken
ta ken hea Then rai sin trea son