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SR 110 and 111.pdf

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We All Can Read: The Supplemental Reader
© James E. Williams / All Rights ReservedPermission from publisher required to reprint or distribute any portion of this document.
Page 110
Ann’s Hurdle
The following story uses two-syllable words which divide into syllablesfollowing the pattern of v/cv or vc/cv (syllable rules 1 and 2). In additionsome words in this story end in a consonant followed by the letters le(vowel rule 7).
The crowd
began
 to
heckle
 the
athlete
. Yes, Ann had made a
mistake
 , and nowher team lost the game, but there is no
excuse
 or
reason
 for fans to boo her andscream mean
insults
 in the air. Ann feltso bad she went home the back way.She did not
respond
 to
Shelton
 nor her
Uncle Winkle
. There was no
chuckle
from her. If she could
retire
 and go livein an
igloo
 , she would. The
torment
went on and on. The facts are not in
dispute
. She made a
mistake
 , but shemust go on. A
whimper
 from her willnot make it go
away
. She
cannot
 
afford
to hide the rest of her life. She must
attempt
 to play
better
 next time. Shewill not
ramble
 on and on about herloss; she will not pout. She will
settle
down and jump this
hurdle
.

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