"No, I don't mean that. I mean the bee."
Pomp looked at it attentively, and, after a pause, inquired, "Where's him wings, Mass' Frank?"
Frank bit his lips to keep from laughing. "I don't mean that this is a bee that makes honey," he explained, "only it has the same name. Now do you think you can remember how it is called?" "Bumblebee!" repeated Pomp triumphantly.
Pomp's error was corrected, and the lesson proceeded.
"What is the next letter?" asked Frank, indicating it with the point of his knife-blade.
"X," answered the pupil readily.
"No, Pomp," was the dismayed reply. "It is very different from X."
"Dat's him name at school," said Pomp positively.
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