Confused Words: aloud vs allowed
1. This them to appear on both brands.
2. Don Quixote called to him and begged him to come down to where they stood.
3. They simply laid down where they were and themselves to die.
4. He prayed, and prayed , no longer terrified at the sound of his own voice, for he fell into a sort of ecstasy.
5. It was, but she herself to deteriorate."
6. Jim he they was made, but I they happened; I judged it would have took too long to MAKE so many.
7. In 940 he was to operate a mint.
8. but she did not say this , for fear of hurting the poor Queen's feeling.
9. Detainees were to request witnesses.
10. And so would Anne, if her health had her to apply.
11. Then he added ,``Yes, sir, I am hungry very hungry.''
12. They were not to leave remote villages.
13. Until recently, it had been to fall into decay.
14. And the prisoner,''he continued ,``was he ever heard of afterwards?''
15. ``Yes; but your father was not to fall.
16. Then, the count added ,``Was his name ever known?''
17. ``But why is my grandfather to live?''
18. Each of the brothers' confessions were also read .
19. ``It is from Miss Bingley,''said Jane, and then read it .
20. She said it , but added to herself, as she resumed her knitting:``Hah!
21. They were not to go out of each other's sight in any circumstances.
22. 'Has Agnes any--' I was thinking , rather than speaking.
23. "Broken" colours such as pinto are not .
24. Well, the duke he would take my bed; but the king he wouldn't.
25. I thought isn't it a shame that I'm not to do that anymore.
26. "The difference is that we do not do what is not by the law.
27. He was not to form his own gens.
28. ``I will come directly,''cried Valentine .
29. ``Read it ,''said their father,``for I hardly know myself what it is about.''
30. As in the other trios, the performers speak words in unison.
31. But here,' said Traddles, breaking off in his confidence, and speaking , 'ARE the girls!
32. Reading a brand is referred to as “calling the brand“.
33. She screamed ; then running to the door exclaimed,``Help, help!''
34. After a slight preparation for good news, the letter was read .
35. The Turks were not to settle in the village.
36. But it turned out that he had never read to people, and was too shy to venture the attempt now.
37. ``But shall you be to go into Normandy?''
38. As it appeared to me that I was expected to speak, I said : 'How do you do, Mr. Micawber?'
39. ``Really, you should relate all this , you would have the greatest success.''
40. The result of the debate was that it was not .
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