January 15, 2019

Learning to describe things: the red, white and blue flag

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Tracy looked at the flag. The flag is red, white, and blue.
It has 50 white stars. The white stars are on a blue square.

The flag has six white stripes. It has seven red stripes. All the stripes are horizontal. They are not vertical. The stripes do not go up and down.
They go from left to right. Tracy loves her flag. It is the flag of her country. It is a pretty flag. No other flag has 50 stars. No other flag has 13 stripes.


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flag (n) a piece of cloth or similar material, typically used as the symbol of a country
square (n) a plane figure with four equal straight sides and four right angles
stripe (n) a long, narrow band or strip
horizontal (adj) parallel to the plane of the horizon; at right angles to the vertical
vertical (adj) in a direction such that the top is directly above the bottom


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