McGuffey's Eclectic Primer, Revised Edition eBook

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See the horse look at the cars.

Will he not run?

LESSON XXX.—­REVIEW.

There is ice on the pond, and the mill wheel can not go round.

The boys are all out on the ice with their skates.

I will let you and Tom try to skate; but do not fall, for you will be hurt.

Look! here come the cars.

John and Nat try to skate as fast as the cars go, but they can not.  John has had a fall.

The girls are not on the pond; but some of them have skates which roll on the floor.

[Illustration:  Script Exercise: 

How fast the cars go!

Can you see them?
]

LESSON XXXI.

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[Illustration:  Two boys, one sawing, the other chopping logs.]

Ned and John are hard at work.  John has a saw, and Ned has an ax.

They will try to cut all of the wood which you see in the pile.

Do you think they can do this in one day

LESSON XXXII.

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[Illustration:  Two girls walking near a lake.  Men working and boys playing in background.]

Two girls have gone out for a walk.

It is May, and the air is cool.  They hear the birds sing in the trees, and they hear the noise of the frogs in the pond.

They see men at work and boys at play.

LESSON XXXIII.

pull cart goats Bess up ride hill

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[Illustration:  Girl riding in small cart pulled by two goats.]

Bess has a cart and two goats.

She likes to ride in her cart.

See how the goats pull!

Bess is so big, I think she should walk up the hill.

The goats love Bess, for she feeds them, and is kind to them.

LESSON XXXIV.

blaze put yet house fire roof call ring we

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[Illustration:  Boys running in front of burning house.]

This house is on fire.

Look! the roof is in a blaze.

Run, boys, and ring the bell.  Call some men to put out the fire.

We may yet save the house, if we work hard

LESSON XXXV.—­REVIEW.

Bess, do you hear a noise?

Yes, Tom; what is it?

It is the mill by our house; logs are cut there.

How do they cut the logs, Tom,—­with an ax?

Not with an ax, Bess; it is too hard work; they cut them with a saw.

May we not go and see the mill at work, Tom?

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