Short Versions Of Harvard Sentences
This is a collection of Harvard Sentences cut down to just a few words. I uses these for testing to differentiate tests while keeping things short.
Add salt Fry the egg Set the lamp Beat the dust Breathe deep Smell the piny air Bring your best compass Cap the jar A tight brass cover Crack the walnut Sharp side teeth. Cut the pie Dip the pail Let it settle Draw the chart Heavy black lines Drop the ashes The worn old rug Fasten two pins Fly by night Waste little time Glue the sheet The dark blue background Greet the new guests Leave quickly Guess the results The first scores Hang tinsel Heave the line The port side Help the weak Preserve their strength Hoist it up Take it away Hold the hammer Drive the nail Hurdle the pit The cork target Keep the watch constant Warmth and comfort Lift the square stone The stone fence Loop the braid Mark the spot A sign painted red Open the crate Don't break the glass Open your book The first page Pack the kits Don’t forget the salt Paint the sockets A dull green Pick a card Pile the coal The shed corner Pitch the straw The stable door Pour the stew The blue plate Tack it down Raise the sail Steer the ship Say it slowly Make it ring Woven straw mats A thick paper bag Say nothing Shut the hatch Slide the catch Open the desk