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Good men obey the laws of God.
The robber waylays the traveler to rob him.
The adroit rope-dancer can leap and jump and perform as many exploits as a monkey.
Wise men employ their time in doing good to all around them.
In the time of war, ships have a convoy.
Who fight, and strive to wear a crown.
God created the heavens and the earth in six days, and all that was made was very good. God will destroy the wicked.
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Plants grow in the ground from seeds.
Sharp tools are made of steel.
The sun seems to rise and set each day.
In the spring the grass looks green and fresh.
A king and queen wear crowns of gold.
I will kiss the babe on his check.
We go to church on the first day of the week.
Men keep their pigs in pens.
If I meet him in the street I will greet him with a kind look and show him my new book.
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A skiff is a small row-boat.
I like to see a good stone wall round a farm.
A good son will help his father.
I dwell in a new brick house.
If you boil dry beans and peas they will swell.
One quart of milk will fill two pint cups.
I saw a rill run down the hill.
A brook will turn a mill.
A bull has a stiff neck.
The frost will kill the leaves on the trees. When the cock crows, he makes a shrill loud noise.
A cat will kill and eat rats and mice.
Hogs feed on swill and corn.
The skull is the bone on the top of the head.