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Lets Read Sentences! Set 31
The pups are here.
Do you see a gun?
I can see the mug.
The men have big guns.
You can see the bug. The bug can see you.
Here you are.
The bugs are here.
Can you see the duck?
We can see the nun.
I can see one duck.
My mom has a cup.
I am up here.
I see one cub.
Mom can see the rug.
We see one nun.
I see nuts.
Can I go look for bugs?
I am on the top.
Here is the little tug boat.
Do you see a bun?
I have to run.
We are here.
The little ducks are here.
What do you like?
Go get the rug.
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