One year after that, the Kingmarriedanother Queen. The new Queen was very beautiful; but she was not a good woman.
 married[mrid] adj.
 another[n(r)] det./pron.
Awizardhad given this Queen aglass. The glass couldspeak. It was on the wall in the Queen's room. Every day the queen looked in the glass to see how beautiful she was.
As she looked in the glass, she asked: "Tell me, glassupon the wall, who ismostbeautiful of all?" And the glass spoke and said: "The Queen is most beautiful of all."
 wizard [wzd] n.
 glass [ɡlɑs] n.
 speak [spik] v.
 upon [pn] prep.
 most [mst] det./pron.
Year went by. Snow-whitegrew upandbecame ayoung girl. every day the Queen looked in the glass and said, "Tell me, glass upon the wall, who is most beautiful of all?" And the glass said, "Snow-white is most beautiful of all."
 grew up [ɡru p]
 became [bkem] v.
 young [j] adj.
When the Queen heard this, she was veryangry. She said, "Snow-white is not more beautifulthan I am. There is no one who is more beautiful than I am."
Then the Queen sat on her bed and cried. She called one of theservants, and said, "Take Snow-white into theforest and kill her."
 angry [ɡri] adj.
 than [n , n] prep.
 servant [svnt] n.
 forest [frst] n.
The servant took Snow-white to the forest, but he did not kill her,becauseshe was so beautiful and so good. He said, "Ishallnot kill you; but do not go to the King's house, because the Queen is angry and she will see you. If the Queen sees you, she will make some other man kill you. " Then he went away.
PoorSnow-white sat at the foot ofa tree and cried. She said, "I will not cry. I will find some house where I can sleep tonight. "
 because [bkz]
 shall [l , l]
 poor [p(r)]adj.
She went far into the forest. Then she saw a littlehut. She opened the door of the hut, and went in. In the hut she saw seven little beds. There was a table, and on the table there were seven littlebreadand seven little glasses.
She ate one of thebread. Then she said, "I want some water to drink." So she drank some water out of one of the glasses. Then she fell asleep on one of the seven little beds.
 hut [ht]n.
 bread [bred]n.
The hut was the home of seven Little Men. When it was night, the seven Little Men came to the hut. Each Little Man had a bigbeard, and a little blue coat.
Each Little Man came into the hut, and took his littlelamp. Then each Little Man sat down, and ate his littleloaf, and drank his little glass of water.
 beard[bd] n.
 lamp [lmp]n.
 loaf [lf]n.
But one Little Man said, "Someone haseaten my little loaf." And another Little Man said, "Someone hasdrunkmy little glass of water."
Then the seven Little Men went to bed, but one Little Man said, "Someone is sleeping on my little bed." All the seven Little Men came to look at Snow-white as she slept on the Little Men's bed. They said, "She is very beautiful."
 eaten [itn] v.
 drunk [drk]
Snow-whiteawoke, and saw the seven Little Men with their big beards standing near her bed. She wasafraid.The Little men said, "Do not be afraid. We are your friends. Tell us how you came here." ThenSnow-whitetold them her story.
 awoke [wk] v.
 afraid [fred] adj.
They said, "Do not be afraid. Live here with us. But see that the doorshutwhen we are not in the house with you. Do not go out. If you go out, the bad Queen will find you."
So Snow-white lived in the hut with the seven Little Men.
 shut [t] v.