1 That is Ambrosch, asleep on the bench.
2 After Fuchs rode away, I was left with Ambrosch.
3 Ambrosch and his mother had everything their own way.
4 Ambrosch was considered the important person in the family.
5 He struck Ambrosch on the back, and the boy smiled knowingly.
6 They had heard about my sledge from Ambrosch and knew why I had come.
7 Antonia and Ambrosch and the mother took turns going down to pray beside him.
8 Ambrosch came over here in the middle of the night, and Jake and Otto went back with him.
9 She glanced distrustfully at Ambrosch, who was now eating his breakfast at the kitchen table.
10 Ambrosch and Antonia were both old enough to work in the fields, and they were willing to work.
11 When Ambrosch come in, it was dark and he didn't see nothing, but the oxen acted kind of queer.
12 Ambrosch come along by the cornfield yesterday where I was at work and showed me three prairie dogs he'd shot.
13 Ambrosch was out with the ox-team, trying to break a road, and the women-folks was shut up tight in their cave.
14 Jake and Ambrosch followed them, riding the other black and my pony, carrying bundles of clothes that we had got together for Mrs. Shimerda.
15 One day when I rode over to the Shimerdas' I found Antonia starting off on foot for Russian Peter's house, to borrow a spade Ambrosch needed.
16 After we sat down to our waffles and sausage, Jake told us how pleased the Shimerdas had been with their presents; even Ambrosch was friendly and went to the creek with him to cut the Christmas tree.
17 Antonia explained that her father meant to build a new house for them in the spring; he and Ambrosch had already split the logs for it, but the logs were all buried in the snow, along the creek where they had been felled.
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