Tom’s nag is fat; his dog is not fat.
Nat is on Tom’s nag.
Nat’s dog, Rab, can not catch the rat.
See the frog on the log.
A lad sees the frog.
The lad can not catch it.
A cat is on the mat; the cat sees a rat.
Ann’s fan is on the stand.
The man has a lamp.
A dog ran at the man.
Ann sat on a log.
[Illustration: Script exercise:
Tom sees Nat’s dog.
A fat frog is on the log.
Can not Rab catch it?
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[Illustration: Cat watching hen, watching eggs in nest.]
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This is a fat hen.
The hen has a nest in the box.
She has eggs in the nest.
A cat sees the nest, and can get the eggs.
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[Illustration: Dog chasing fox away from a hen.]
Can this old fox catch the hen?
The fox can catch the hen, and get the eggs in the nest.
Run, Rab, and catch the fox.
[Illustration: Script Exercise: This nest has eggs in it. ]
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[Illustration: Girl watching ducks on pond.]
Nell is by the pond.
I see ducks on the pond.
Nell sees the ducks, and will feed them.
She can not get the ducks
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[Illustration: Girl lead old, blind man.]
This old man can not see.
He is blind.
Mary holds him by the hand.
She is kind to the old blind man.
I see ducks on the pond; Tom will feed them.
Tom is blind; he holds a box in his hand.
Nell is kind to him.
This old hen has a nest.
Mary will run and get the eggs.
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[Illustration: Two girls sitting by tree, playing with dolls.]
Sue has a doll.
It has a new dress.
She will let Ann hold the doll in her hands, and Ann will fan it.
Sue is kind to Ann.
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[Illustration: Cat watching bird and eggs in nest on tree top.]