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I was ill,” corrected William. ” All afternoon they went sledging until it began to get dark. “Tea time,” said William. Everyone was hungry, except for Louise. “But there’s doughnuts and chocolate cake,” said William. “I don’t want any tea and I’m going home to bed,” said Louise.

Tea time,” said William. Everyone was hungry, except for Louise. “But there’s doughnuts and chocolate cake,” said William. “I don’t want any tea and I’m going home to bed,” said Louise.

Come and see,” said Sara. It was a sledge! ” said Louise. “I am,” said William. “But you’re ill,” said Louise. “I was ill,” corrected William. ” All afternoon they went sledging until it began to get dark. “Tea time,” said William. Everyone was hungry, except for Louise. “But there’s doughnuts and chocolate cake,” said William. “I don’t want any tea and I’m going home to bed,” said Louise.

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