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A Primary Reader

Auhtor: E Louise Smythe

Language: english

Genres:

young readers
Downloads: 151
eBook size: 378Kb

Review by Joanna Daneman, May 2009


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Primary Reader':

A Primary Reader by E Louise Smythe. E. Louise Smythe s A Primary Reader Old-time Stories Fairy Tales and Myths Retold by Children is a classic work read by book lovers students and scholars. This is a special edition which exposes readers to a variety of English phrases and terminology from this genre. While the text is in English the click and translate thesaurus in Bulgarian is a perfect tool for Bulgarian speakers who need to enjoy this English-language classic and also learn English words. If you are a non-English speaker you can use this version to help you improve your vocabulary in preparation of English-language tests. While designed for Bulgarian speakers wishing to learn English English-speakers wanting to pick up Bulgarian vocabulary may also find the Bulgarian thesaurus feature of interest the text is entirely in English only the pop-up thesaurus is in Bulgarian .

Excerpts from the Book 'A Primary Reader':


... as it came from the lips of the children referred to the turkey, and goose was used in only one instance. As the story was to appeal to our children, ...
... child's enjoyment of the story, while the happy release of both grandmother and little girl forms a suitable close. Also, as this old story handed ...
... you lay eggs. The duckling said, No.. Then keep still, said the hen. The cat said, Can you growl.. [Illustration: THE CAT SAID, CAN YOU GROWL.]. No, ...
... blew and blew. The glass leaves all fell from the tree and were broken. again green goat hungry. Again the little tree had no leaves. It was very ...
... had a lot of matches in her old apron. She had a little bunch in her hand. But she could not sell her matches. No one would buy them. Poor ...
... ran to the little girl. The light went out and she was in the cold and dark again. Christmas candles many until. Gretchen lighted another match. ...
... string and the door opened. He ran in and ate the poor old lady. Then he jumped into her bed and put on her cap. * * * * * * *. tapped thank ...
... growing young. Now the gods lived in a city named Asgard. In this city Idun kept the beautiful golden apples. When the gods felt they were growing ...
... Those are beautiful apples.. And Idun said, Yes, they are beautiful. I saw some just like them, the other day, said Loki. [Illustration: IDUN ...
... asleep. He said, I am going to cut off her hair.. [Illustration]. So Loki went up on the porch and cut off Sif's golden hair. where around ...
... THE HAMMER.]. There. he said, You have almost spoiled it. The handle is too short, but it cannot be helped now.. hurried proud came pocket. Brok ...
... the things with which to keep the Frost Giants out of Asgard.. touch neck without way. The gods said, Brok's things are the best.. Brok gave ...
... He walked and walked until he came to Thrym's house. Thrym was the giant who took the hammer. Thrym was sitting on the porch, making gold collars ...
... flew from it. The fire burned the house and the Frost Giants ran away. So Thor got his hammer back. The following stories by Miss Smythe were originally ...
... day they were playing in the garden. Oh, Helle, look. said the boy. There on the grass was a fine large sheep. This sheep had a fleece of gold ...
... into the sea and were drowned. Then the men with wings came back. Now the blind king could eat all he wanted. thanked rocks moved friends helping ...
... came together when the dove was almost past. Then they went far apart. Jason made his men row as hard as they could. The rocks began to come together. ...
... who saw it were afraid. They did not want Jason killed. They did not know that the princess had helped him. Jason pushed the bulls' heads down ...
... things into a pot and cooked them. [Illustration: MEDEA MAKES THE OLD KING YOUNG.]. Then she put a stick into the pot and leaves grew on it. Some ...
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