English Reading Made Easy by Means of a System of Marks Applied to the Ordinary Spelling

English Reading Made Easy by Means of a System of Marks Applied to the Ordinary Spelling

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1922 edition. Excerpt: ...quills? I am not sure, but I will inqui're abou't them. The writer dipped his pen in that black liquid which we call ink. When glue is melted, it beco'mes quite liquid. Which liquor is the best for quenehing one's thirst? This white quilt is not quite square. We must go and see the market-square befo're we quit the town. How quickly the squirrel can leap from braneh to braneh! When the house is quilet, you can hear the miee squeak. The pig squealed when the cold water was squirted on it. The fellow squeezed my hand so hard that he made me squirm. It is said that the queen squinted slightly, but I am not quite sure abou't it. The squire quitted the room in a plque, and kept up the quarrel for a long time after. I shall never be able to requi'te (repay') you for all your kindness. angle, anger, angry, dangle, jangle, languid, new-fangled, sanguine, tangle, wrangle;--England, English; dingle, finger, jingle, linger, linguist, mingle, single, tingle, disti'nguish, exti'nguish;--c-ongress, longer, stronger;--bungle, fungus, hunger, hungry, jungle. 'A hungry man is an angry man.' 'Hunger is the best sauee.' We have had a longish walk, and have lingered too long; I am quite hungry now. My fingers are tingling with cold. Your fingers are longer and stronger than nline. This rope is quite in a tangle; some bungling person must have been using it. The angler got his line enta'ngled among the reeds. The path goes down into the dingle at a sharp angle. That fungus is good to eat, but I cannot disti'nguish all the good fungi from the bad. The boy has bungled that pieee of work, but there is no use in beling angry with him. The stranger spoke 'more in sorrow than in anger'. He then mingled...show more

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  • Paperback | 36 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 82g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236927559
  • 9781236927552