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da uf fa ug. ga ilha
ja uk ka ul la
ek el em en ep er
gu hu jut ku lu niu nu pu ruf su tu
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* The child should be taught to pronounce ce, ci, like se, si ; and ge, gi, like je, ji.
+ U accented has the sound of oo after j and r.
Pronounce sce, sci-se, si; and sca, scumska, sko, sku.
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lap lip hop man pen
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Easy Lessons for little Children.
LESSON I. A good boy.
The green fields. A fine girl,
The red roses. A white horse.
The sweet plums.
The wild geese.
Who will go?
How do you do? Which did speak?
What did it cost? What do you say?
Can he preach? Whom do you see?
· Will you come ?
LESSON VI. Take this pen.
Hand him these quills. Give me that knife.
grapes. Hand her this glass.
See these birds. That wine is pure.
Hear them sing.
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VII. That man is blest who hath kept the law. Lnok back on thy ways, my son; and if thou
hast done ill, let that put thee in mind to mend. Io time to come, thou must do no ill. VIII. My child, you must not take the name of the Lord
your God in vain. You must love all men as you love yourself. You must do to all men as you would have
them do to you, and you will do well.
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gate gave age cape
face mate save stage grape grace
gaze wage tape lace trade
niaze change bane place wade
paste range mane bathe came taste strange vane lathe fame waste
Craft raft ark bark spark arm. charm farm cart
In which a has the sound of a, as in bārk.
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In which a has the sound of a short, as in back,
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slab land flas
rang camp stand tax sáng
lamp plant wax
stamp scant jack plank
rap flash bag catch class cat brag match mass
All call hall wall halt
in which a and o have the sound of a, as in ball.
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in which o and a have the sound of @ short, as in box. Clock watch fond
crop dodge flock mob pond drop
lodge stock rob
loll jot flog toss nod
long spot frog box pod
song notch bond fox trod