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BÄR, LÅST, CÂRE, FALL, WHAT; HER, PREY, THÊRE; ĠET; BIRD, MAHÏNE; LINK;
Fire will burn wood and coal.
The horse drinks at the pump.
We take up a brand of fire with the tongs.
Test is a decisive trial.
He came in haste, and left his book.
The wind will drive the dust in our eyes.
Let us rest on the bed, and sleep, if we can.
MOVE, SÅN, VOLF, FÕOT, MOON, ÔR ; RYLE, PULL; EXIST; €=K; &=J; §=Z; ÇH=8H.
WORDS OF TWO SYLLABLES, ACCENTED ON THE FIRST.
Bakers bake bread and cakes.
I like to play in the shady grove.
Some fishes are very bony.
I love the young lady that shows me how to read. is a very little horse.
We poke the fire with the poker.
The best paper is made of linen rags.
Vipers are bad snakes, and they bite men.
The tulip is very pretty, growing in the garden.
BÄR, LÅST, ¤ÂRE, FALL, WHAT; HER, PREY, THÊRE; GET; BIRD, MARÏNE; LINK;
Cider is made of apples.
A tiger will kill and eat a man.
A vial is a little bottle.
A giant is a very stout, tall man.
The Holy Bible is the book of God.
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To filch is to steal; we must not filch.
A bird sits on a branch to sing.
BÄR, LÅST, ¤ÂRE, FALL, WHAT; HER, PREY, THÊRE; GET; BIRD, MARINE; LINK;
WORDS OF TWO SYLLABLES, ACCENTED ON THE SECOND.
Strong drink will debase a man.
Hard shells incase clams and oysters.
Men inflate balloons with gas, which is lighter than common air.
Teachers like to see their pupils polite to each other.
Idle men often delay till to-morrow things that should be done to-day.