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A is for Apples and Apple-treesYou can see apples on apple-trees
B is for Books and for Bookcase.I have many books in my bookcase
C is for Cat. My cat is grey,And with me it likes to play
D is for Dog
Dd [dɪ:] And for Doggy I have a dog, not a doggy
E is for Eight
Ee [ɪ:] and How much is and for ?
F is for Flowers: red and blue,White and yellow and rosy, too.
G is for Girl, and also for GardenI see a girl going to the garden.
H is for Hand. I have two hands.
Hh [eitʃ] This is the way I clap my hands
I is for I. I’m a boy, and I’m ten.I like to play with my brother Ben.
J is for Jam. This is apple jam.Jimmy likes it, and so does Sam.
K is for Kite. Kate has a kite.It is little, and it is not white.
L is for Letter. This letter is for me.It is from my sister, as you can see.
M is for May and May Day,For March and for Mother’s Day.
Mm [em] “Happy Mother’s Day!”
N is for Nine, Ninety and Ninety-nine.Children, how much is ninety and nine?
Nn [en] +
O is for One. One and two are three.Three little cats in a tree.
Oo [əu] = +
P is for Pencils. With them I can draw:A red pen, a green treeor a blue door.
Q is for Questions: How are you?How old are you? And How do you do?
R is for Red. Many things are red.What can be red? Do you know, Fred?
Rr [a:ʳ] a red apple a red flag red flowers a red letter
S is for Street. This is my street.There are a lot of trees in my street
T is for Tick and for Tock.“Tick-tock”, says the clock
U is for Under, but not for At.“I’m under the tree”, says Pat.
Uu [ ju:]
V is in Five
Vv [vi:] And also in seven It is in Twelve and in Eleven
W is for
Ww ['dʌbl ju:] Where? When? Why? What? and Who is in the garden? and Who is not?
X is in Six. Let’s count up to six!
Xx [eks] one two three four five six
Y is for a Yard where children play.They play in the yard every day.
Z is for the Zoo. Let’s go to the Zoo.I like to go to the Zoo. And you?
I know all leters well, I can read them all and spell. Oh! Well, you see, Now I can say the ABC!