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Brass is made of zinc and copper.
The rain will make the grass grow.
You must keep your dress neat and clean.
I will try to get a mess of peas for dinner.
Fire will melt ores, and the metal will run off and
leave the dross.
God will bless those who do his will.
WORDS OF TWO SYLLABLES, ACCENTED ON THE FIRST.
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Cotton velvet is very soft to the feel.
Rabbits have large ears and eyes, that they may hear quick, and see well in the dark.
We like to have our friends visit us.
Beggars will beg rather than work.
Cents are made of copper, and dollars, of silver. One hundred cents are worth a dollar.
A dollar is worth a hundred cents.
Dollars are our largest silver coins, and cents are the largest copper coins.
Silver and copper ores are dug out of the ground, and melted in a very hot fire.
A mercer is one who deals in silks.
BÄR, LÅST, €ÂRE, FALL, WHAT: HER, PREY, THÊRE; GET; BIRD, MARÏNE; LINK;
bădge sledge budge
fădge wědge judge
ĕdge midge grudge lounge gûrge
hedge ridge hinge
ledge bridge eringe serge sûrge pledge lodge fringe verge germ flědge podge singe dirge eopse
pērch těnch pinch
seôrch trench winch
The razor has a sharp edge.
A ledge is a large lay or mass of rocks
A judge must not be a bad man.
Doors are hung on hinges.
Birch wood will make a hot fire.
If you go too near a hot fire it may singe or scorch your frock.
The troops march to the sound of the drum.
The birds fly from branch to branch on the trees and clinch their claws fast to the limbs. * The first joint of a man's thumb is one inch long.
I wish I had a bunch of sweet grapes.
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A cat can catch rats and mice; and a trap will catch a fox.
A hen will sit on a nest of eggs and hatch chickens.
The latch holds the door shut.
We can light the lamp with a match.
A cross cat will scratch with her sharp nails.
A wise man will rise with the sun, or before it.
A great heat will fuse tin.
Style not in verse is called prose.
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We burn fish-oil in lamps.
We boil beets with meat in.a pot.
Pears are choice fruit.
When you can choose for yourself, try to make a good choice.
The cat and mouse live in the house.
The owl has large eyes and can see in the night. One hand of a watch goes round once in an hour.
Wheat flour will make good bread.
Limes are sour fruit.
A hog has a long snout to root up the ground. A trout is a good fish to eat.
An ox is a stout, tame beast.
Fowls have wings to fly in the air.
Wolves howl in the woods in the night.
A dog will growl and bark.
The cold frost turns the leaves of the trees brown, and makes them fall to the ground. Rain will make the ground moist.
You can broil a beefsteak over the coals of fire. We move our limbs at the joints.