No 83. Exercise 5.
[e] collect, protect [prə'tekt], to protect — protected, to protect children. We wear coats to protect us from the cold. People must protect nature.
[eɪ] danger, dangerous ['deɪnʤərəs], a dangerous journey, a dangerous animal, a dangerous man, a dangerous life. The colonists’ life in America was very dangerous, make, snake [sneɪk], a snake — snakes, a dangerous snake. There are a lot of snakes in this place. A snake has a long body but no legs or arms.
sailor, tailor ['teɪlə], a tailor — tailors, a good tailor, an old tailor. I’ve had this tailor for many years. A tailor makes clothes.
[u:] rule, through [Ɵru:], to look through the window, to look through newspapers, to look through the magazine. I haven’t read the book, I’ve just looked it through.
No 84. Exercise 13.
(By Larry Groce)
The stars are out, the moon is up.
It’s time to go to bed.
I’m so glad you have a place
To lay your little head.
Have a deep and peaceful sleep,
Dream away the hours.
When you wake the sun will come
To smile upon the flowers.
Go to sleep, my little friend,
Beneath1 the evening star.
You will always have a friend,
No matter where you are.