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The Milk Woman and Her Pail – English Fairy Tale

Last updated on July 22, 2022 by in English Short Stories Category with 2 Comments on The Milk Woman and Her Pail – English Fairy Tale, 42 Views and Reading Time: 2 minutes
The Milk Woman and Her Pail to learn English with short fairy tales from Aesop’s fables with a podcast and vocabulary practice Source: Gutenberg Project at www.gutenberg.org Watch this video on YouTube A farmer’s daughter was carrying her pail of milk from the field to the farmhouse, when she fell a-musing: The money for which

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2 comments on “The Milk Woman and Her Pail – English Fairy Tale”

    • Hi Armaghan. Thanks for asking me questions.
      In this sentence, ‘them’ is a pronoun functioning as the object that refers to ‘young fellows’, and ‘every one’ is used to emphasize all the individual young fellows. This is because a sentence cannot have 2 objects referring to ONE entity. Therefore, ‘every one’ is just used to place emphasis on ‘every one’ of the young fellows or ‘them’.

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