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GRAMMAR LESSON

GRAMMAR LESSON Ok - if mouse is pluralised to mice And louse becomes lice So grouse should become grice Perhaps spouse pluralises to spice And two girls wearing blouses so nice Are really wearing blice If you eat rice, each grain is a rouse And if you like drinks with ice, each cube is an ouse Playing with two dice? Then one is a douse And if two girls are nice, one girl is just nouse But not everyone is nice, some are into vice Switchblade knives can slice, but one knife can only slouse And criminals must pay the price, each one the prouse

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