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Lets Read Sentences! Set 28
Do you see one little bug?
I have one mug.
Do you see my little pup?
Do you see one duck in the egg?
I have one little pup.
We see one duck.
What is in the cup?
What is the little box for?
I see one cub.
Do you see the little rug?
Do you have one little cat?
I will look for nuts.
I led the little dog.
I will go look for bugs.
What can a pen do?
We like to run.
The bug can see you.
Bens kite went up.
I see one little tug boat?
I will look up.
Do you see the little ducks?
I will go get the rug.
What do you see?
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