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Story: heri et hodiē II

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[¶3 of 4] "Heri," dicit Cornēlia, "currere in agrīs potuī. Hodiē nōn currere possum. Hodiē in raedā sedeō." "Heri," dicunt ambulatōrēs, "Pompeiīs stetimus. Tum trans mare navigāvimus. Hodiē Baiīs sumus."
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