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Story: in silvā

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[¶1 of 4] Hodiē Cornēlia et Flāvia in silvā sunt. Sub arbore Cornēlia sedet, quod librum legit. Flāvia, quae est puella strēnua, dicit Cornēliae, "Cornēlia, cur sedēs sub arbore? Legere taediōsum est! Volō currere in agrīs."
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