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Beech trees drop their leaves.
Some bugs are too minute to spot with the naked eye.
It cost 40 cents.
There is frog spawn in our garden pond.
Frost can glisten in the sunlight.
The beggar had lost his money, he was very poor.
The denouement is the final outcome of the story, generally happening after the climax of the plot. *
You must pay a toll to cross this bridge.
I think you're gong to have problems with Tom. *
Tom put a penny in the slot. *
The river had a strong current.
The ring was encrusted with a jewel.
The king wears a gold crown.
A wasp can sting. *
I will eat a mint during a flight. *
They took collapsible chairs on the camping trip.
Matzo is a crisp kind of bread.
The drinks are in the picnic box.

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