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New National Fourth Reader

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Language: English
Wordcount: 69,210 / 220 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 92
LoC Categories: PZ, PN
Downloads: 301
Added to site: 2005.05.15 10343

, and looking more unhappy than all the rest, were the poor little fellows whose names were "Too late."

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Directions for Reading.--Pupils should read loud enough for all the class to hear them.

The words forming a quotation should usually be spoken in a louder tone than the other words in the lesson, as--

"Johnny," said his mamma, one day, "will you bring me an armful of wood?"

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Language Lesson.--Divide into syllables, accent, and mark the sounds of the letters in the following words: Carlo, armful, mountain, unwind.

What two words can be used for each of the following: I'm, didn't, let's, you're, isn't, won't?

What other words could be used instead of got (page 16, line 4)?[02]

Proper names should begin with capital letters: as, Johnny, Carlo.

Give three other words used as proper names in this lesson.

[02] paragraph 4 of this lesson

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