1 Suppose you learn plain cooking.
2 Not if I chose to learn it, but.
3 Well, it does look pleasant, but I can't learn how it's done.
4 I advise you to learn, for German is a valuable accomplishment to teachers.
5 I want to learn some new songs, and my children need fitting up for the summer.
6 The sweeping style suits you best, and you must learn to trail your skirts gracefully.
7 John is a good man, but he has his faults, and you must learn to see and bear with them, remembering your own.
8 It takes people a long time to learn the difference between talent and genius, especially ambitious young men and women.
9 You haven't a bit of proper pride, and never will learn when to hold your tongue and when to speak, said Amy despairingly.
10 I did after a while, not to 'mess' but to learn of Hannah how things should be done, that my servants need not laugh at me.'
11 She tries to learn everything, and really goes to market beyond her years, likewise keeps accounts, with my help, quite wonderful.
12 "I've got so much to learn before I shall be ready, it seems a short time to me," answered Meg, with a sweet gravity in her face never seen there before.
13 Then let me advise you to take up your little burdens again, for though they seem heavy sometimes, they are good for us, and lighten as we learn to carry them.
14 Amy smiled and was mollified at once, saying with a maternal air, "Women should learn to be agreeable, particularly poor ones, for they have no other way of repaying the kindnesses they receive."
15 My child, the troubles and temptations of your life are beginning and may be many, but you can overcome and outlive them all if you learn to feel the strength and tenderness of your Heavenly Father as you do that of your earthly one.
16 Mrs. March knew that experience was an excellent teacher, and when it was possible she left her children to learn alone the lessons which she would gladly have made easier, if they had not objected to taking advice as much as they did salts and senna.
17 "My lady," as her friends called her, sincerely desired to be a genuine lady, and was so at heart, but had yet to learn that money cannot buy refinement of nature, that rank does not always confer nobility, and that true breeding makes itself felt in spite of external drawbacks.
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