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|There are two versions of the alphabet sequence with rhymes.|
The aim of this ABC (Volume 3) is to teach the alphabet sequence. Two versions are used. The first uses three of four letters at a time; the second uses longer sequences - "ABC Dance with me" / "ABCDEFG, Would you like to play with me?" Rhyme and a matching prosody (intonation) are used to help the recall of the alphabet sequences. Letter [z] is rhymed with [zee] "nobody sees me do wee" - the only rude bit - or with [zed] "shake your head". The first sequence uses command or question structures; the second has more complex syntax so that its prosodic features match the sound of the alphabet string. There are 32 words in this Rude Reader - 13 verbs - excluding the letter names. You might find the patter of the sequences sticks in your head - it's meant to.
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