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5. The bad boys fear and avoid the terrible masters. 6. Our mothers' brave brothers see the wretched girls'

beautiful gardens. 7. They were laughing at their brother's brave enemy

and the terrible Gauls. 8. The good judges will hold the bad husbandman's

letters and blame Portia's foolish brother.

6. M. 1. The sad queen's terrible enemies avoid the brave

Gauls. 2. Portia's foolish brothers were not afraid of the big

dragons' voices. 3. The husbandman's good brothers see and avoid the

brave Gaul's horses. 4. The sad Gauls will fear their enemies' brave queen. 5. The girls' little birds were frightening Balbus's

foolish dragon. 6. My brother's black dragon does not love the terrible

lions' great voices. 7. The good husbandman's sad daughters will praise

my garden and my brother's beautiful roses. 8. Our mother was laughing at the black girl's terrible

voice.

6. N. 1. My sister's little birds were afraid of Portia's big

lion. 2. The sad boys are building the good judges' walls. 3. The brave queen's sons teach the good kings' slaves.

4. The happy girls' voices will frighten my enemy's

dragons. 5. Portia's terrible voice does not frighten the brave

Gauls. 6. Many robbers were avoiding the brave king's big

horses. 7. Many girls see the brave husbandman and my son's

birds. 8. My sisters will teach their slaves' good sons and

praise Caius's brave daughter.

EXERCISES No. 7.

7. A. 1. The good king's little daughter was hearing the

great lion's voice. 2. The sad queen's good sons will hear the bad hus

bandmen's voices. 3. My brother's good daughters are writing long letters. 4. The bad robber's sad son hears the great judge's

terrible voice. 5. My brothers and your sisters were conquering the

good king's enemies. 6. The sad husbandman's little sons do not hear the

voices of the dragons. 7. The good judge's happy sons will conquer the queen's

bad enemies. 8. The daughters of Balbus see and hear and fear and

avoid the lion.

1. 2.

3. 4.

7. B. The bad judge's sons will hear the great lions' voices. My sister's happy brother was conquering the good

king's enemies. Our mother's good sister is writing a long letter. The sad slave's foolish daughters were not hearing

our brothers' voices. Your brother and my son will conquer the good

queen's bad enemies.

5.

6. The wretched husbandmen's sisters do not hear the

terrible lion's voice. 7. Portia’s black dragon hears the great lions' terrible

voices. 8. The bad robbers will come and the sad girls will run,

7. C.

1. Caius and Portia will come and hear

my

voice. 2. The husbandman's brother is running and avoiding

the fox. 3. The black dragons were coming and frightening my

sister. 4. Our sisters are coming and the foolish kings are

running 5. My sister's happy son does not hear the sad

husbandmen's voices. 6. Portia's black slaves will run and conquer our

- enemies. 7. Your brother's happy daughters are writing long

letters. 8. Caius is conquering his enemies, but Balbus is

holding a dragon,

7. D.

1.

Caius will write a long letter, but my sister will build

a wall.

2. The good king's enemies are coming and conquering 3. My sister's little sons were coming and were avoiding

the Gauls.

your dragon. 4. My brother's daughter hears the terrible dragons'

great voices. 5. Our sisters' sons are not writing letters. 6. My mother's sister was coming and was frightening

the fox. 7. The sad husbandmen were running and were fearing

the robber. 8. The good judge is coming and the bad robber is

running.

7. E. 1. Our sisters were coming and were frightening the

king. 2. My brother and the sad judge's sister are writing

letters. 3. Portia's foolish son will hear and fear the dragons. 4. The sad queen's brothers hear and praise your

voice. 5. The slave and the good husbandman were conquering

our enemies. 6. Your brother's happy daughter does not hear our

voices. 7. My sisters are writing letters, but Balbus's good

brother is running. 8. The sad Gauls will hear our voices and will conquer

their enemies.

-7. F. 1. My brothers are running, but the foolish girls do

not hear you.

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