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Now you're ready to read sentences.

  • A sentence is a group of words that go together.  Together they tell you something.
  • The first letter of each sentence is a big letter, a capital letter.
  • And each sentence ends with a period, an exclamation point, or a question mark.  We'll talk more about those later.  Just know for now that the periods (dots) mark the end of a sentence.

Let's find out what these sentences say!

F a t   c a t .

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That  fat  cat.

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Pat that cat !

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That cat sat.

Pat that fat cat!

That fat cat sat.

That cat sat on a mat.

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A fat cat sat on a hat.

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Is a hat on that cat?

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A rat sat on that mat.

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A rat sat on a hat on a mat.

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A bat is on that mat.

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Pat sat on that mat.

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Nat is on that mat.

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A hat is on Nat on that mat.

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A bat is on Matt on that mat.

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