A spi-der spins the web. A spi-der is ug-ly, but it is not stupid, for it has skill to spin a web. It has slen-der legs. It is not ea-sy to get a spi-der, for it runs a-way.
A pig is gree-dy. Did you ev-er see it at sup-per?* A man got a big can of slop for the pig. He fill-ed a big tub. The pig ran to the tub. He suck-ed in the grea-sy stuff till his bod-y was fill-ed. So he got fat. He is kill-ed. He is cut up. Ba-con is a bit of his bod-y. Ham is the leg of the pig.
I see a crow on a crag. It is big. It is ug-ly. It is grim.
Will you tuck me up in my crib? Yes, I will, but I can-not stay by you. Do not cry, but lie still.
A frog is ug-ly; so is a slug; so is a crow; so is a grub; so is a spi-der.
*Жуткая в своей двусмысленности фраза.