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Practice Text 13 "I'll Sit and Write a Letter"
Word count: 75
Words from General Service List (GSL) #1-450
Exception: "treasure" (1796)
98.67% high frequency (#1-1000)
1.33% high frequency (#1001-2000)
Gunning Fox Index
6.1 on http://gunning-fog-index.com/
6.5 on https://readability-score.com/
TEACHERS: You can use the text for a dictation, a gapped text, or other form of classroom practice. For your convenience, here is the text you can copy and paste into a Word document.
I'll sit and write a letter,
Though writing's not my art.
I'll have so much to tell you
Once college makes us part.
My words will be quite simple,
But you'll still understand --
Our love is so strong and true,
A treasure in my hand.
I'll write and send a letter
Since you'll be far away
In that city, in that land --
I'll reach you in this way.
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