We All Can Read: The Supplemental Reader
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What Really Matters
The following story uses words that contain four, five, and six syllable words.The syllables within these words contain various phonetic elements previouslyintroduced.
about people. Trynot to say someone is
just tohave something to say. Or do not pretendyou are
over someone’s actionswhen you really are not so
. This kind of
and can also be
. You do not want to
a person. Asan example, the scientist left his
to become a
. Is that right orwrong? Only he can decide. Some athleteshave earned
. Does thatseem ludicrous—not at all. The truth isthat each person must make his owndecisions. Read
. A person canstart as a technician and become aphysician. What is
for one would be an
mistake for another. Don’tgive
to a person’s religious
or accent. Give people full
take the timeto get to know the most
person of all: you!