17 The ch and sh consonant clusters

17.0.1 -ch

The -ch consonant cluster in words like catch is written with -FP

KAFP

catch catch catch catch

17.0.2 -sh

The -sh consonant cluster in words like cash is written with -RB.

KARB

cash cash cash cash

This also applies when the sh sound is in the middle of the word. For example, special is written as :

SPERBL

-sh and -ch related words
Word Stroke Note
inch TPH-FP
kitchen K-FP
lecture HR-FP

lectured (HR-FPD)

lectures (HR-FPS)

lecturing (HR-FPG)

purchase PR-FP

purchased (PR-FPD)

purchases (PR-FPS)

punish P-RB

punished (P-RBD)

punishes (P-RBS)

punishing (P-RBG)

pressure PR-RB
pleasure PHRERB
picture P*EUFP
measure PH*ERB

measured (PH-RBD)

measuring(PH-RBG)

measures (PH-RBS)

conscious K-RBS
efficiency TP*RB efficient (TP-RBT)
should -RBD
this should TH-RBD
this shall TH-RB
sufficient SUF
treasure TR-RB
usual URBL

usually (AOURBL)

unusual (TPHAOURB)

17.1 Exercise

17.1.1 Write

  1. ash ash ash bash bash bash cash cash cash dash dash dash gash gash gash hash hash hash
  2. lash lash lash mash mash mash rash rash rash sash sash sash wash wash wash
  3. brash brash brash clash clash clash crash crash crash flash flash flash harsh harsh harsh march march march
  4. slash slash slash smash smash smash stash stash stash trash trash trash splash splash splash thrash thrash thrash
  5. flesh flesh flesh fresh fresh fresh leash leash leash
  6. dish dish dish fish fish fish wish wish wish
  7. Josh Josh Josh posh posh posh
  8. bush bush bush gush gush gush hush hush hush lush lush lush mush mush mush
  9. push push push rush rush rush
  10. blush blush blush brush brush brush crush crush crush flush flush flush plush plush plush
  11. slush slush slush thrush thrush thrush
  12. batch batch batch catch catch catch hatch hatch hatch latch latch latch match match match
  13. patch patch patch watch watch watch thatch thatch thatch
  14. each each each beach beach beach beech beech beech fetch fetch fetch leech leech leech
  15. peach peach peach reach reach reach teach teach teach sketch sketch sketch speech speech speech
  16. itch itch itch rich rich rich ditch ditch ditch pitch pitch pitch
  17. ouch ouch ouch coach coach coach couch couch couch hooch hooch hooch notch notch notch
  18. poach poach poach roach roach roach touch touch touch vouch vouch vouch
  19. much much much such such such bunch bunch bunch munch munch munch dutch dutch dutch
  20. clutch clutch clutch crouch crouch crouch crutch crutch crutch

17.1.2 Write with sound

Controls
  1. The rose bush grows. The rose bush grows. The rose bush grows.
  2. Send the belt and the sash. Send the belt and the sash. Send the belt and the sash.
  3. You have been such a romp. You have been such a romp. You have been such a romp.
  4. Put each seed in a safe place. Put each seed in a safe place. Put each seed in a safe place.
  5. Ring me at least one peach. Ring me at least one peach. Ring me at least one peach.
  6. Shy Jane won the prize. Shy Jane won the prize. Shy Jane won the prize.
  7. Brush your teeth. Brush your teeth. Brush your teeth.
  8. The lark will soar and sing. The lark will soar and sing. The lark will soar and sing.
  9. See the lass dance on the grass. See the lass dance on the grass. See the lass dance on the grass.
  10. Did he steal the vase? Did he steal the vase? Did he steal the vase?
  11. Don't spoil my toy. Don't spoil my toy. Don't spoil my toy.
  12. Read with care. Read with care. Read with care.
  13. A red shawl. A red shawl. A red shawl.
  14. Tray is Fred's pet dog. Tray is Fred's pet dog. Tray is Fred's pet dog.
  15. He will eat bread and cake and meat, which he will catch from his nose in an odd way. He will eat bread and cake and meat, which he will catch from his nose in an odd way. He will eat bread and cake and meat, which he will catch from his nose in an odd way.
  16. Then he will jump and bark and play and roll, but he will not growl or snarl or whine or bite. Then he will jump and bark and play and roll, but he will not growl or snarl or whine or bite. Then he will jump and bark and play and roll, but he will not growl or snarl or whine or bite.
  17. Today he found my ball in the yard. Today he found my ball in the yard. Today he found my ball in the yard.
  18. What a smart young dog! What a smart young dog! What a smart young dog!
  19. A beech tree. A beech tree. A beech tree.
  20. Play on the beach. Play on the beach. Play on the beach.
  21. Who fell, and got a bump on his nose? Who fell, and got a bump on his nose? Who fell, and got a bump on his nose?
  22. Hear the clock tick! Hear the clock tick! Hear the clock tick!
  23. In nine days school will close. In nine days school will close. In nine days school will close.
  24. Don't speak cross, harsh words. Don't speak cross, harsh words. Don't speak cross, harsh words.
  25. Be kind to all dumb beasts. Be kind to all dumb beasts. Be kind to all dumb beasts.
  26. Lay the crab on the slab, or he will grab your hand. Lay the crab on the slab, or he will grab your hand. Lay the crab on the slab, or he will grab your hand.
  27. Do not say grab. Do not say grab. Do not say grab.
  28. You have a dab of jam on your nose. You have a dab of jam on your nose. You have a dab of jam on your nose.
  29. Our cash is in the bank; not the bank of a stream. Our cash is in the bank; not the bank of a stream. Our cash is in the bank; not the bank of a stream.
  30. A gang of bad men stole some cash from the bank. A gang of bad men stole some cash from the bank. A gang of bad men stole some cash from the bank.
  31. An ash is a tree, but a hash is a stew. An ash is a tree, but a hash is a stew. An ash is a tree, but a hash is a stew.
  32. Tell cook to mash the turnips. Tell cook to mash the turnips. Tell cook to mash the turnips.
  33. If you do not pay cash you may often buy trash. If you do not pay cash you may often buy trash. If you do not pay cash you may often buy trash.
  34. The cab-man was rash to lash his horse; it made him dash along the road, splash the mud, and smash the cab with a great crash. The cab-man was rash to lash his horse; it made him dash along the road, splash the mud, and smash the cab with a great crash. The cab-man was rash to lash his horse; it made him dash along the road, splash the mud, and smash the cab with a great crash.
  35. The poor horse had such a gash. The poor horse had such a gash. The poor horse had such a gash.
  36. Swords clash and slash, and flash. Swords clash and slash, and flash. Swords clash and slash, and flash.
  37. We had a football match. We had a football match. We had a football match.
  38. The hen will hatch all those eggs. The hen will hatch all those eggs. The hen will hatch all those eggs.
  39. Make ten loaves in a batch. Make ten loaves in a batch. Make ten loaves in a batch.
  40. If you put your hand under the thatch to catch the owl she will scratch you. If you put your hand under the thatch to catch the owl she will scratch you. If you put your hand under the thatch to catch the owl she will scratch you.
  41. Snatch it away! Snatch it away! Snatch it away!
  42. My rabbit has a black patch on his nose. My rabbit has a black patch on his nose. My rabbit has a black patch on his nose.
  43. Latch the door. Latch the door. Latch the door.
  44. It was a shame to smash the frame. It was a shame to smash the frame. It was a shame to smash the frame.
  45. The ape has the shape, but not the sense, of a man. The ape has the shape, but not the sense, of a man. The ape has the shape, but not the sense, of a man.
  46. The snake has scales all over it. The snake has scales all over it. The snake has scales all over it.
  47. A flail is to thrash corn with. A flail is to thrash corn with. A flail is to thrash corn with.
  48. If a man fail to pay what is due he may be put in jail. If a man fail to pay what is due he may be put in jail. If a man fail to pay what is due he may be put in jail.
  49. Hang the pail to the nail on the rail. Hang the pail to the nail on the rail. Hang the pail to the nail on the rail.
  50. In vain we tried to catch the train. In vain we tried to catch the train. In vain we tried to catch the train.
  51. That fair girl with light hair was in a chair in the open air. That fair girl with light hair was in a chair in the open air. That fair girl with light hair was in a chair in the open air.
  52. May I stay and play on the hay all day? May I stay and play on the hay all day? May I stay and play on the hay all day?
  53. The coach is not safe; it sways from side to side. The coach is not safe; it sways from side to side. The coach is not safe; it sways from side to side.
  54. How blue the veins in their arms are! How blue the veins in their arms are! How blue the veins in their arms are!
  55. There is a skein of silk on your veil. There is a skein of silk on your veil. There is a skein of silk on your veil.
  56. How it did gasp! How it did gasp! How it did gasp!
  57. Clasp the book. Clasp the book. Clasp the book.
  58. How my hands do smart! How my hands do smart! How my hands do smart!
  59. It is good to laugh when you can. It is good to laugh when you can. It is good to laugh when you can.
  60. He is fond of raw meat, and of has. He is fond of raw meat, and of has. He is fond of raw meat, and of has.
  61. The ass has to draw a load of straw. The ass has to draw a load of straw. The ass has to draw a load of straw.
  62. The sun set red over that shed while we were in bed. The sun set red over that shed while we were in bed. The sun set red over that shed while we were in bed.
  63. You have made your dress in a sad mess. You have made your dress in a sad mess. You have made your dress in a sad mess.
  64. Is there nothing fresh? Is there nothing fresh? Is there nothing fresh?
  65. Fetch some paper to stretch for us to sketch upon. Fetch some paper to stretch for us to sketch upon. Fetch some paper to stretch for us to sketch upon.
  66. I want some lead and thread for my line. I want some lead and thread for my line. I want some lead and thread for my line.
  67. He is here, he went to see the bees in their hives under that tree. He is here, he went to see the bees in their hives under that tree. He is here, he went to see the bees in their hives under that tree.
  68. Beef is the flesh of the ox. Beef is the flesh of the ox. Beef is the flesh of the ox.
  69. Let us go and seek some nests among the beech trees. Let us go and seek some nests among the beech trees. Let us go and seek some nests among the beech trees.
  70. Is not a leech like an eel? Is not a leech like an eel? Is not a leech like an eel?
  71. Do not make a long speech. Do not make a long speech. Do not make a long speech.
  72. Veal is the flesh of the calf, which is fed on milk and meal. Veal is the flesh of the calf, which is fed on milk and meal. Veal is the flesh of the calf, which is fed on milk and meal.
  73. Can you reach to get a peach for each boy? Can you reach to get a peach for each boy? Can you reach to get a peach for each boy?
  74. Cease for work, and take your ease. Cease for work, and take your ease. Cease for work, and take your ease.
  75. Please do not tease; let me be in peace. Please do not tease; let me be in peace. Please do not tease; let me be in peace.
  76. Have you a lease of the land that is sown with peas? Have you a lease of the land that is sown with peas? Have you a lease of the land that is sown with peas?
  77. The flying fish has fins like wings. The flying fish has fins like wings. The flying fish has fins like wings.
  78. The rim of the wheel hit his shin, and broke the skin, which made him grin. The rim of the wheel hit his shin, and broke the skin, which made him grin. The rim of the wheel hit his shin, and broke the skin, which made him grin.
  79. Will the juice drip on his dress? Will the juice drip on his dress? Will the juice drip on his dress?
  80. What makes beer fizz? What makes beer fizz? What makes beer fizz?
  81. Six fish are his. Six fish are his. Six fish are his.
  82. I wish I had a dish full. I wish I had a dish full. I wish I had a dish full.
  83. Pitch is made from fir wood. Pitch is made from fir wood. Pitch is made from fir wood.
  84. Does your nose itch? Does your nose itch? Does your nose itch?
  85. Do not grime your hands with that slime. Do not grime your hands with that slime. Do not grime your hands with that slime.
  86. As it is fine, and the sun does not shine, we will go and fish till nine. As it is fine, and the sun does not shine, we will go and fish till nine. As it is fine, and the sun does not shine, we will go and fish till nine.
  87. Do you like best to ride or slide, or to play at hide and seek? Do you like best to ride or slide, or to play at hide and seek? Do you like best to ride or slide, or to play at hide and seek?
  88. Mind that child, and be kind and mild to it. Mind that child, and be kind and mild to it. Mind that child, and be kind and mild to it.
  89. Wind up your watch. Wind up your watch. Wind up your watch.
  90. What size and what prize is it? What size and what prize is it? What size and what prize is it?
  91. Some fish can fly. Some fish can fly. Some fish can fly.
  92. Cook will fry the fish and lay it in a dry dish. Cook will fry the fish and lay it in a dry dish. Cook will fry the fish and lay it in a dry dish.
  93. The wheels of the clock have cogs which lock into each other. The wheels of the clock have cogs which lock into each other. The wheels of the clock have cogs which lock into each other.
  94. They have got one more notch than we have. They have got one more notch than we have. They have got one more notch than we have.
  95. What was the time by your watch? What was the time by your watch? What was the time by your watch?
  96. Wash your hands. Wash your hands. Wash your hands.
  97. Watch him well or he will go wrong. Watch him well or he will go wrong. Watch him well or he will go wrong.
  98. The toast may boast of fine eyes. The toast may boast of fine eyes. The toast may boast of fine eyes.
  99. Get into the coach, or the rain will soak your cloak. Get into the coach, or the rain will soak your cloak. Get into the coach, or the rain will soak your cloak.
  100. That man under the oak means to poach. That man under the oak means to poach. That man under the oak means to poach.
  101. Where we heard the frogs croak there are some fine roach. Where we heard the frogs croak there are some fine roach. Where we heard the frogs croak there are some fine roach.
  102. The crow was shot with a crossbow. The crow was shot with a crossbow. The crow was shot with a crossbow.
  103. The floor and the top board of the door are new. The floor and the top board of the door are new. The floor and the top board of the door are new.
  104. You bought four cups. You bought four cups. You bought four cups.
  105. The hum of the bees will lull us to sleep. The hum of the bees will lull us to sleep. The hum of the bees will lull us to sleep.
  106. We can have no fun, we have to do a long sum. We can have no fun, we have to do a long sum. We can have no fun, we have to do a long sum.
  107. I like bun with the scum of jam on it. I like bun with the scum of jam on it. I like bun with the scum of jam on it.
  108. Many beasts grunt and roll in the mud, like pigs. Many beasts grunt and roll in the mud, like pigs. Many beasts grunt and roll in the mud, like pigs.
  109. I like to fish in a pond. I like to fish in a pond. I like to fish in a pond.
  110. Hush! You may well blush to say so much. Hush! You may well blush to say so much. Hush! You may well blush to say so much.
  111. Do not clutch those grapes so hard; you will crush them. Do not clutch those grapes so hard; you will crush them. Do not clutch those grapes so hard; you will crush them.
  112. There was a gush of blood from the stab. There was a gush of blood from the stab. There was a gush of blood from the stab.
  113. I saw the thrush rush from her nest; do not crush the eggs. I saw the thrush rush from her nest; do not crush the eggs. I saw the thrush rush from her nest; do not crush the eggs.
  114. Wash the brush with soap suds. Wash the brush with soap suds. Wash the brush with soap suds.
  115. The poor boy goes on a crutch. The poor boy goes on a crutch. The poor boy goes on a crutch.
  116. Do not touch that young dog, there is some blood on his rough coat. Do not touch that young dog, there is some blood on his rough coat. Do not touch that young dog, there is some blood on his rough coat.
  117. If the bull should push himself through the bush it would put us in a fright. If the bull should push himself through the bush it would put us in a fright. If the bull should push himself through the bush it would put us in a fright.
  118. That pan is full of milk. That pan is full of milk. That pan is full of milk.
  119. The boom of a ship holds out the sail. The boom of a ship holds out the sail. The boom of a ship holds out the sail.
  120. Who first heard the young bird chirp. Who first heard the young bird chirp. Who first heard the young bird chirp.
  121. Much toil must be spent on this soil. Much toil must be spent on this soil. Much toil must be spent on this soil.
  122. You must crouch down there as still as a mouse, or you will rouse the birds too soon. You must crouch down there as still as a mouse, or you will rouse the birds too soon. You must crouch down there as still as a mouse, or you will rouse the birds too soon.
  123. Tom and I go to school. Tom and I go to school. Tom and I go to school.
  124. We read from our books. We read from our books. We read from our books.
  125. We sit in order. We sit in order. We sit in order.
  126. All wood comes from trees. All wood comes from trees. All wood comes from trees.
  127. Would you not rather do right than wrong? Would you not rather do right than wrong? Would you not rather do right than wrong?
  128. Ruth's cat has long fur. Ruth's cat has long fur. Ruth's cat has long fur.
  129. There is one star for each state. There is one star for each state. There is one star for each state.
  130. Do you like little kittens? Do you like little kittens? Do you like little kittens?
  131. Most kittens have good homes. Most kittens have good homes. Most kittens have good homes.
  132. But they often stray away. But they often stray away. But they often stray away.
  133. John likes to fish in the sea. John likes to fish in the sea. John likes to fish in the sea.
  134. He has a long line. He has a long line. He has a long line.
  135. And he has a hook. And he has a hook. And he has a hook.
  136. He ties the hook to the line. He ties the hook to the line. He ties the hook to the line.
  137. The hook is bent to hold a fish. The hook is bent to hold a fish. The hook is bent to hold a fish.
  138. A big fish will not bend it. A big fish will not bend it. A big fish will not bend it.
  139. A dog will hold out one foot. A dog will hold out one foot. A dog will hold out one foot.
  140. He will shake hands. He will shake hands. He will shake hands.
  141. But a dog cannot read. But a dog cannot read. But a dog cannot read.
  142. Big dogs will not let boys drown. Big dogs will not let boys drown. Big dogs will not let boys drown.
  143. The couch is very low. The couch is very low. The couch is very low.
  144. She was born in May. She was born in May. She was born in May.
  145. Can you find each part? Can you find each part? Can you find each part?
  146. The nose of both the wolf and the fox are more pointed than a dog's nose. The nose of both the wolf and the fox are more pointed than a dog's nose. The nose of both the wolf and the fox are more pointed than a dog's nose.
  147. Their tail is much more bushy. Their tail is much more bushy. Their tail is much more bushy.
  148. The puppies do not open their eyes till they are between ten and twelve days old. The puppies do not open their eyes till they are between ten and twelve days old. The puppies do not open their eyes till they are between ten and twelve days old.
  149. There are three classes of bees. There are three classes of bees. There are three classes of bees.
  150. They all live together in a hive and feed on honey, which they collect in the summer. They all live together in a hive and feed on honey, which they collect in the summer. They all live together in a hive and feed on honey, which they collect in the summer.
  151. The queen bee lays the eggs. The queen bee lays the eggs. The queen bee lays the eggs.
  152. The drones do no work and have no sting. The drones do no work and have no sting. The drones do no work and have no sting.
  153. The workers get food for the entire hive. The workers get food for the entire hive. The workers get food for the entire hive.
  154. They get this honey from the flowers. They get this honey from the flowers. They get this honey from the flowers.
  155. They like clover very much. They like clover very much. They like clover very much.
  156. Stamps may be kept in this. Stamps may be kept in this. Stamps may be kept in this.
  157. All things are sold for cash. All things are sold for cash. All things are sold for cash.
  158. We like it very much. We like it very much. We like it very much.
  159. Much has been written about him. Much has been written about him. Much has been written about him.
  160. Some men thought much about the earth. Some men thought much about the earth. Some men thought much about the earth.
  161. Each bear had a bowl. Each bear had a bowl. Each bear had a bowl.
  162. There were spoons in the bowls. There were spoons in the bowls. There were spoons in the bowls.
  163. There was a chair for each bear. There was a chair for each bear. There was a chair for each bear.
  164. Each had a bed to sleep in. Each had a bed to sleep in. Each had a bed to sleep in.
  165. He spent much time in that room. He spent much time in that room. He spent much time in that room.
  166. I sent cash for the whip. I sent cash for the whip. I sent cash for the whip.
  167. I mend the sash best. I mend the sash best. I mend the sash best.
  168. I think I must brush off the dust. I think I must brush off the dust. I think I must brush off the dust.
  169. Do not touch my watch. Do not touch my watch. Do not touch my watch.
  170. It has a double case. It has a double case. It has a double case.
  171. Watch the swan as she swims in the brook. Watch the swan as she swims in the brook. Watch the swan as she swims in the brook.
  172. She has too much to eat. She has too much to eat. She has too much to eat.
  173. See the fish in the pond. See the fish in the pond. See the fish in the pond.
  174. Do not eat such fruit. Do not eat such fruit. Do not eat such fruit.
  175. Can you catch the rain drops? Can you catch the rain drops? Can you catch the rain drops?
  176. Whose watch is this? Whose watch is this? Whose watch is this?
  177. They never make much noise when they fly. They never make much noise when they fly. They never make much noise when they fly.
  178. How much money have you? How much money have you? How much money have you?
  179. How much salt did you put in the soup? How much salt did you put in the soup? How much salt did you put in the soup?
  180. He never shrank from duty. He never shrank from duty. He never shrank from duty.
  181. Thatch the roof with straw. Thatch the roof with straw. Thatch the roof with straw.
  182. I can see a big fish and a dish. I can see a big fish and a dish. I can see a big fish and a dish.
  183. The big fish is not in the dish. The big fish is not in the dish. The big fish is not in the dish.
  184. Can you see my ship on the pond? Can you see my ship on the pond? Can you see my ship on the pond?
  185. The big fish is not in the pond. The big fish is not in the pond. The big fish is not in the pond.
  186. It is all right for you to go out today. It is all right for you to go out today. It is all right for you to go out today.
  187. I washed and dried my hands and face. I washed and dried my hands and face. I washed and dried my hands and face.
  188. The water runs off the road into ditches. The water runs off the road into ditches. The water runs off the road into ditches.
  189. There is a lot of sand at the beach where we swim. There is a lot of sand at the beach where we swim. There is a lot of sand at the beach where we swim.
  190. Beach, a sandy shore. Beach, a sandy shore. Beach, a sandy shore.
  191. Some bird build nests in bushes. Some bird build nests in bushes. Some bird build nests in bushes.
  192. Chase, run after to catch or drive away. Chase, run after to catch or drive away. Chase, run after to catch or drive away.
  193. Creek, a small stream of water. Creek, a small stream of water. Creek, a small stream of water.
  194. We went to the creek to catch fish. We went to the creek to catch fish. We went to the creek to catch fish.
  195. We walked through the brush in the woods. We walked through the brush in the woods. We walked through the brush in the woods.
  196. Bushes, woody plants smaller than trees. Bushes, woody plants smaller than trees. Bushes, woody plants smaller than trees.
  197. Arrived, reached a place. Arrived, reached a place. Arrived, reached a place.
  198. Where are my comb and brush? Where are my comb and brush? Where are my comb and brush?
  199. Address, place whether one lives. A speech. To direct a letter. To speak to. Address, place whether one lives. A speech. To direct a letter. To speak to. Address, place whether one lives. A speech. To direct a letter. To speak to.
  200. The foolish boy wanted the round moon. The foolish boy wanted the round moon. The foolish boy wanted the round moon.
  201. I waited on the beach till the rain was over. I waited on the beach till the rain was over. I waited on the beach till the rain was over.
  202. The fox bewails the loss of his bushy tail. The fox bewails the loss of his bushy tail. The fox bewails the loss of his bushy tail.
  203. The goods are sold at retail on the main floor. The goods are sold at retail on the main floor. The goods are sold at retail on the main floor.
  204. There is much to learn. There is much to learn. There is much to learn.
  205. He watched the stars. He watched the stars. He watched the stars.
  206. They wished to turn back. They wished to turn back. They wished to turn back.
  207. Among, in the midst of. Belonging in the same group with. In shares or parts to each of several. Among, in the midst of. Belonging in the same group with. In shares or parts to each of several. Among, in the midst of. Belonging in the same group with. In shares or parts to each of several.
  208. Bow, a strip of wood with a cord stretched between the ends, used for sending an arrow. A fancy knot. Bow, a strip of wood with a cord stretched between the ends, used for sending an arrow. A fancy knot. Bow, a strip of wood with a cord stretched between the ends, used for sending an arrow. A fancy knot.
  209. Broom, a tool for sweeping or brushing the floor. Broom, a tool for sweeping or brushing the floor. Broom, a tool for sweeping or brushing the floor.
  210. Brush, a tool made of hair, straw, or wire fastened to a back or handle and used for cleaning. To clean with a brush; as, brush your coat. To touch or pass over lightly; as, brush against the table. Brush, a tool made of hair, straw, or wire fastened to a back or handle and used for cleaning. To clean with a brush; as, brush your coat. To touch or pass over lightly; as, brush against the table. Brush, a tool made of hair, straw, or wire fastened to a back or handle and used for cleaning. To clean with a brush; as, brush your coat. To touch or pass over lightly; as, brush against the table.
  211. Chase, to drive away. To follow and try to catch. Chase, to drive away. To follow and try to catch. Chase, to drive away. To follow and try to catch.
  212. Cheer, to shout with joy or praise. To make a person feel better. Cheer, to shout with joy or praise. To make a person feel better. Cheer, to shout with joy or praise. To make a person feel better.
  213. Let's cheer her up. Let's cheer her up. Let's cheer her up.
  214. Cloud, a patch of fog, smoke, or dust. Cloud, a patch of fog, smoke, or dust. Cloud, a patch of fog, smoke, or dust.
  215. Dropped, fell. Let go. Dropped, fell. Let go. Dropped, fell. Let go.
  216. Fresh, not old; as, fresh eggs. Not salt; as, fresh water. Clean and cool; as, fresh air. New; as, a fresh start. Fresh, not old; as, fresh eggs. Not salt; as, fresh water. Clean and cool; as, fresh air. New; as, a fresh start. Fresh, not old; as, fresh eggs. Not salt; as, fresh water. Clean and cool; as, fresh air. New; as, a fresh start.
  217. Gain, to get or win. To reach. Gain, to get or win. To reach. Gain, to get or win. To reach.
  218. Lie down on the couch. Lie down on the couch. Lie down on the couch.
  219. Lift, raise. Lift, raise. Lift, raise.
  220. He fished with a net. He fished with a net. He fished with a net.
  221. A crowd will gather quickly where a steam shovel is working. A crowd will gather quickly where a steam shovel is working. A crowd will gather quickly where a steam shovel is working.
  222. Fool, to play a trick on. A foolish person. Fool, to play a trick on. A foolish person. Fool, to play a trick on. A foolish person.
  223. Julia buys meat and bread for our dinner. Julia buys meat and bread for our dinner. Julia buys meat and bread for our dinner.
  224. A word to the wise is sufficient. A word to the wise is sufficient. A word to the wise is sufficient.
  225. I hope it will be pleasant, so that Frank and I may go down to the beach and gather shells. I hope it will be pleasant, so that Frank and I may go down to the beach and gather shells. I hope it will be pleasant, so that Frank and I may go down to the beach and gather shells.
  226. We have many storms, but just at this time we also have skating. We have many storms, but just at this time we also have skating. We have many storms, but just at this time we also have skating.
  227. Nearly every day the rose's pretty face was washed by the dew. Nearly every day the rose's pretty face was washed by the dew. Nearly every day the rose's pretty face was washed by the dew.
  228. We were glad when we reached a level place. We were glad when we reached a level place. We were glad when we reached a level place.
  229. John locked the door. John locked the door. John locked the door.
  230. I locked the dog in the kitchen. I locked the dog in the kitchen. I locked the dog in the kitchen.
  231. They liked to lie in the sun on the beach. They liked to lie in the sun on the beach. They liked to lie in the sun on the beach.
  232. The wind plays with each green leaf. The wind plays with each green leaf. The wind plays with each green leaf.
  233. The mother bird hatched four little birds. The mother bird hatched four little birds. The mother bird hatched four little birds.
  234. They had known each other since they were six years old. They had known each other since they were six years old. They had known each other since they were six years old.
  235. The cat was harder than ever to catch. The cat was harder than ever to catch. The cat was harder than ever to catch.
  236. I wish you good luck. I wish you good luck. I wish you good luck.
  237. Did you have any luck in playing the game? Did you have any luck in playing the game? Did you have any luck in playing the game?
  238. Lucky, having good luck. Lucky, having good luck. Lucky, having good luck.
  239. I must have a patch put on my shoe. I must have a patch put on my shoe. I must have a patch put on my shoe.
  240. It won't take long to patch that coat. It won't take long to patch that coat. It won't take long to patch that coat.
  241. Peach, a fruit that grows on a tree. The tree on which this fruit grows. Peach, a fruit that grows on a tree. The tree on which this fruit grows. Peach, a fruit that grows on a tree. The tree on which this fruit grows.
  242. Reach, to come to; to arrive at. To touch by stretching out the hand. To hold out. Reach, to come to; to arrive at. To touch by stretching out the hand. To hold out. Reach, to come to; to arrive at. To touch by stretching out the hand. To hold out.
  243. Reached, came to. Reached, came to. Reached, came to.
  244. Rice, a grass that grows where it is hot. The tiny seeds of this plant, used for food. Rice, a grass that grows where it is hot. The tiny seeds of this plant, used for food. Rice, a grass that grows where it is hot. The tiny seeds of this plant, used for food.
  245. Rich, not poor. Rich, not poor. Rich, not poor.
  246. A good about name is rather to be chosen than great riches. A good about name is rather to be chosen than great riches. A good about name is rather to be chosen than great riches.
  247. Push the cart. Push the cart. Push the cart.
  248. Touch the plume of a thrush. Touch the plume of a thrush. Touch the plume of a thrush.
  249. Stuck, pushed; put. Fastened. Stuck, pushed; put. Fastened. Stuck, pushed; put. Fastened.
  250. I wish it to live. I wish it to live. I wish it to live.
  251. She would brush the hat. She would brush the hat. She would brush the hat.
  252. Is squash a fruit? Is squash a fruit? Is squash a fruit?
  253. When I brushed my clothing, I found that my sleeve was torn about an inch above the elbow. When I brushed my clothing, I found that my sleeve was torn about an inch above the elbow. When I brushed my clothing, I found that my sleeve was torn about an inch above the elbow.
  254. It can dive like a fish. It can dive like a fish. It can dive like a fish.
  255. Let each read. Let each read. Let each read.
  256. Season, a special time. Season, a special time. Season, a special time.
  257. It was such a short way that we left our hats at home. It was such a short way that we left our hats at home. It was such a short way that we left our hats at home.
  258. The big boy wished he could sail around the world. The big boy wished he could sail around the world. The big boy wished he could sail around the world.
  259. Sail, a large piece of cloth put on a ship to catch the wind. To go on a ship. Sail, a large piece of cloth put on a ship to catch the wind. To go on a ship. Sail, a large piece of cloth put on a ship to catch the wind. To go on a ship.
  260. My hat matches my dress. My hat matches my dress. My hat matches my dress.
  261. The dog lifted the latch and ran into the street. The dog lifted the latch and ran into the street. The dog lifted the latch and ran into the street.
  262. Just one stitch will do. Just one stitch will do. Just one stitch will do.
  263. See him chase the cat. See him chase the cat. See him chase the cat.
  264. I hope he will not catch her. I hope he will not catch her. I hope he will not catch her.
  265. She will scratch him if he does not look out. She will scratch him if he does not look out. She will scratch him if he does not look out.
  266. Would he not look funny with a patch on his face? Would he not look funny with a patch on his face? Would he not look funny with a patch on his face?
  267. You cannot do much work if you talking. You cannot do much work if you talking. You cannot do much work if you talking.
  268. My gloves are worn out. My gloves are worn out. My gloves are worn out.
  269. I wish to go home at once. I wish to go home at once. I wish to go home at once.
  270. I wish to get new ones at the store. I wish to get new ones at the store. I wish to get new ones at the store.
  271. Will you go there with me? Will you go there with me? Will you go there with me?
  272. How long will it take us? How long will it take us? How long will it take us?
  273. How much will they cost? How much will they cost? How much will they cost?
  274. Will you teach me to sing? Will you teach me to sing? Will you teach me to sing?
  275. The lady gave each of us a cake. The lady gave each of us a cake. The lady gave each of us a cake.
  276. Will you teach me to read? Will you teach me to read? Will you teach me to read?
  277. It does not look much like a bird. It does not look much like a bird. It does not look much like a bird.
  278. You love mice as well as the cat. You love mice as well as the cat. You love mice as well as the cat.
  279. You do not come out till the sun is set. You do not come out till the sun is set. You do not come out till the sun is set.
  280. The lark can sing, but you cannot sing. The lark can sing, but you cannot sing. The lark can sing, but you cannot sing.
  281. Do not come out to kill the birds. Do not come out to kill the birds. Do not come out to kill the birds.
  282. A fish can swim. A fish can swim. A fish can swim.
  283. Seth had a mess of fish. Seth had a mess of fish. Seth had a mess of fish.
  284. A bird is on the bush. A bird is on the bush. A bird is on the bush.
  285. Sail, to begin a trip on the water. To take trips in a sailboat. To move smoothly. A piece of cloth fastened to poles on a boat for the wind to push against. Sail, to begin a trip on the water. To take trips in a sailboat. To move smoothly. A piece of cloth fastened to poles on a boat for the wind to push against. Sail, to begin a trip on the water. To take trips in a sailboat. To move smoothly. A piece of cloth fastened to poles on a boat for the wind to push against.
  286. Sitting, resting on a seat. Covering and warming eggs for hatching. Sitting, resting on a seat. Covering and warming eggs for hatching. Sitting, resting on a seat. Covering and warming eggs for hatching.
  287. The woman was in some bushes. The woman was in some bushes. The woman was in some bushes.
  288. Track, a road made for a special use; as, a railroad track, a track for racing. A mark left by something that has passed. To make tracks; as, to track dirt into the house. Track, a road made for a special use; as, a railroad track, a track for racing. A mark left by something that has passed. To make tracks; as, to track dirt into the house. Track, a road made for a special use; as, a railroad track, a track for racing. A mark left by something that has passed. To make tracks; as, to track dirt into the house.
  289. Weak, not strong. Weak, not strong. Weak, not strong.
  290. The bushes were growing by a brook. The bushes were growing by a brook. The bushes were growing by a brook.
  291. She saw the latch. She saw the latch. She saw the latch.
  292. She lifted the latch. She lifted the latch. She lifted the latch.
  293. The door was not locked. The door was not locked. The door was not locked.
  294. There came a high wind. There came a high wind. There came a high wind.
  295. The waves dashed over the ships. The waves dashed over the ships. The waves dashed over the ships.
  296. But no land was in sight. But no land was in sight. But no land was in sight.
  297. The men still wished to turn back. The men still wished to turn back. The men still wished to turn back.
  298. He wished to try sailing west. He wished to try sailing west. He wished to try sailing west.
  299. Some will be squash. Some will be squash. Some will be squash.
  300. Friday noon I went to the grocery store and bought a large squash and a quart of pears. Friday noon I went to the grocery store and bought a large squash and a quart of pears. Friday noon I went to the grocery store and bought a large squash and a quart of pears.
  301. The soil was rich. The soil was rich. The soil was rich.
  302. Drug, a medicine. Drug, a medicine. Drug, a medicine.
  303. You must not take very much of this drug. You must not take very much of this drug. You must not take very much of this drug.
  304. The men were digging a ditch. The men were digging a ditch. The men were digging a ditch.
  305. I brush my teeth daily. I brush my teeth daily. I brush my teeth daily.
  306. He started on his daily task. He started on his daily task. He started on his daily task.
  307. Daily, each day. Daily, each day. Daily, each day.
  308. Iron is need to make rich blood. Iron is need to make rich blood. Iron is need to make rich blood.
  309. Choose the dress you wish to wear today. Choose the dress you wish to wear today. Choose the dress you wish to wear today.
  310. Apiece, for each one. Apiece, for each one. Apiece, for each one.
  311. Bake, cook, usually in an oven. Bake, cook, usually in an oven. Bake, cook, usually in an oven.
  312. The children will comb and brush their hair. The children will comb and brush their hair. The children will comb and brush their hair.
  313. Ruth is going to wash her comb tomorrow. Ruth is going to wash her comb tomorrow. Ruth is going to wash her comb tomorrow.
  314. Crash, a loud sharp noise. Crash, a loud sharp noise. Crash, a loud sharp noise.
  315. The bottle fell to the ground with a crash. The bottle fell to the ground with a crash. The bottle fell to the ground with a crash.
  316. Apart, aside. Away from each other. Apart, aside. Away from each other. Apart, aside. Away from each other.
  317. Acres, measures of land. Acres, measures of land. Acres, measures of land.
  318. No wonder he fell; he didn't watch where he was going. No wonder he fell; he didn't watch where he was going. No wonder he fell; he didn't watch where he was going.
  319. I am going to put a worm on my fish hook. I am going to put a worm on my fish hook. I am going to put a worm on my fish hook.
  320. The big boys would not push the little girls. The big boys would not push the little girls. The big boys would not push the little girls.
  321. There are lots of fish in the pond. There are lots of fish in the pond. There are lots of fish in the pond.
  322. He gave her a push. He gave her a push. He gave her a push.
  323. Dates, fruit. Special times. Dates, fruit. Special times. Dates, fruit. Special times.
  324. Fresh, new. Not salty. Fresh, new. Not salty. Fresh, new. Not salty.
  325. Most of the Dutch people are jolly. Most of the Dutch people are jolly. Most of the Dutch people are jolly.
  326. That watch is made of gold. That watch is made of gold. That watch is made of gold.
  327. We eat fresh fruit everyday. We eat fresh fruit everyday. We eat fresh fruit everyday.
  328. Our club meets on certain dates. Our club meets on certain dates. Our club meets on certain dates.
  329. Feast, a special meal. Feast, a special meal. Feast, a special meal.
  330. Please wait until I find needle and thread to mend it. Please wait until I find needle and thread to mend it. Please wait until I find needle and thread to mend it.
  331. Pussy was playing with a skull. Pussy was playing with a skull. Pussy was playing with a skull.
  332. Is the fish in the dish? Is the fish in the dish? Is the fish in the dish?
  333. His mother told me he cried with the pain. His mother told me he cried with the pain. His mother told me he cried with the pain.
  334. How much time do you spend in the air each day? How much time do you spend in the air each day? How much time do you spend in the air each day?
  335. At home, I have my own soap, brush, and comb. At home, I have my own soap, brush, and comb. At home, I have my own soap, brush, and comb.
  336. We like to play in the sand on the beach. We like to play in the sand on the beach. We like to play in the sand on the beach.
  337. You must wash your hands at the sink. You must wash your hands at the sink. You must wash your hands at the sink.
  338. Speak, to talk. To tell. To use in talk. To make a speech. Speak, to talk. To tell. To use in talk. To make a speech. Speak, to talk. To tell. To use in talk. To make a speech.
  339. Strike, to hit, to cause by striking or rubbing; as, to strike a match to get a light. To make a sound as if by blows. Quit work. Strike, to hit, to cause by striking or rubbing; as, to strike a match to get a light. To make a sound as if by blows. Quit work. Strike, to hit, to cause by striking or rubbing; as, to strike a match to get a light. To make a sound as if by blows. Quit work.
  340. Teaching, showing how; telling. Giving lessons. Teaching, showing how; telling. Giving lessons. Teaching, showing how; telling. Giving lessons.
  341. Touch, to reach. To feel with the hand, fingers, etc. A light tap. Touch, to reach. To feel with the hand, fingers, etc. A light tap. Touch, to reach. To feel with the hand, fingers, etc. A light tap.
  342. Washing, cleaning by scrubbing with water. Clothes to be washed or that are being washed. Washing, cleaning by scrubbing with water. Clothes to be washed or that are being washed. Washing, cleaning by scrubbing with water. Clothes to be washed or that are being washed.
  343. A wave splashed into the hole the child was digging in the sand. A wave splashed into the hole the child was digging in the sand. A wave splashed into the hole the child was digging in the sand.
  344. Cod is a sea-fish; are you fond of it? Cod is a sea-fish; are you fond of it? Cod is a sea-fish; are you fond of it?
  345. Each of those great oak trees sprang from an acorn. Each of those great oak trees sprang from an acorn. Each of those great oak trees sprang from an acorn.
  346. A banker ought to be rich. A banker ought to be rich. A banker ought to be rich.
  347. If the north wind blow, snow may come. If the north wind blow, snow may come. If the north wind blow, snow may come.
  348. The roof of the chapel is covered with thatch. The roof of the chapel is covered with thatch. The roof of the chapel is covered with thatch.
  349. Here is a twig of ash, there's a sprig of mint. Here is a twig of ash, there's a sprig of mint. Here is a twig of ash, there's a sprig of mint.
  350. The rush has a great deal of pith. The rush has a great deal of pith. The rush has a great deal of pith.
  351. The hook will kill the fish, for it is in his gill. The hook will kill the fish, for it is in his gill. The hook will kill the fish, for it is in his gill.
  352. In the jail each man has to dwell in a cell by himself. In the jail each man has to dwell in a cell by himself. In the jail each man has to dwell in a cell by himself.
  353. Good words cost nothing and are worth much. Good words cost nothing and are worth much. Good words cost nothing and are worth much.
  354. The room seems gloomy, but a ray of grayish light strays in at the open door. The room seems gloomy, but a ray of grayish light strays in at the open door. The room seems gloomy, but a ray of grayish light strays in at the open door.
  355. The toiling farmer plows the rich, moist soil. The toiling farmer plows the rich, moist soil. The toiling farmer plows the rich, moist soil.
  356. It is not a shellfish. It is not a shellfish. It is not a shellfish.
  357. A clam is a shellfish. A clam is a shellfish. A clam is a shellfish.
  358. Wished, wanted. Wished, wanted. Wished, wanted.
  359. The lad swam in a tank. The lad swam in a tank. The lad swam in a tank.
  360. Tack up the rag. Tack up the rag. Tack up the rag.
  361. A man of low rank is at the camp. A man of low rank is at the camp. A man of low rank is at the camp.
  362. He has a lamp in his pack. He has a lamp in his pack. He has a lamp in his pack.
  363. I have a bank of sand on my land. I have a bank of sand on my land. I have a bank of sand on my land.
  364. A palm fan. A palm fan. A palm fan.
  365. A hard path. A hard path. A hard path.
  366. Eat a tart. Eat a tart. Eat a tart.
  367. Skim the milk. Skim the milk. Skim the milk.
  368. It can sink or swim. It can sink or swim. It can sink or swim.
  369. Kill and skin it. Kill and skin it. Kill and skin it.
  370. My rich silk is pink. My rich silk is pink. My rich silk is pink.
  371. This ring is the gift of a king. This ring is the gift of a king. This ring is the gift of a king.
  372. I risk all in grim war. I risk all in grim war. I risk all in grim war.
  373. The ship on her trip is trim. The ship on her trip is trim. The ship on her trip is trim.
  374. The wind may lift the thin mist. The wind may lift the thin mist. The wind may lift the thin mist.
  375. What whim led you to wink, grin, and spit? What whim led you to wink, grin, and spit? What whim led you to wink, grin, and spit?
  376. You slop the ink and blot the leaf. You slop the ink and blot the leaf. You slop the ink and blot the leaf.
  377. Pay the loss. Pay the loss. Pay the loss.
  378. Did he flag you with a wand? Did he flag you with a wand? Did he flag you with a wand?
  379. Do not drop the prop. Do not drop the prop. Do not drop the prop.
  380. The ship is at the dock. The ship is at the dock. The ship is at the dock.
  381. A swan swam in the pond. A swan swam in the pond. A swan swam in the pond.
  382. A poor foal drew a hen from a coop. A poor foal drew a hen from a coop. A poor foal drew a hen from a coop.
  383. Let him move on. Let him move on. Let him move on.
  384. He had swum the bay. He had swum the bay. He had swum the bay.
  385. At dusk, his arms were numb. At dusk, his arms were numb. At dusk, his arms were numb.
  386. He sunk at once. He sunk at once. He sunk at once.
  387. Let none shun the spot. Let none shun the spot. Let none shun the spot.
  388. Grace made a chain with a skein of silk. Grace made a chain with a skein of silk. Grace made a chain with a skein of silk.
  389. I shall thank you. I shall thank you. I shall thank you.
  390. Get an ash rail. Get an ash rail. Get an ash rail.
  391. That slab is ash. That slab is ash. That slab is ash.
  392. To dash off so is a rash act. To dash off so is a rash act. To dash off so is a rash act.
  393. I have hash and cake. I have hash and cake. I have hash and cake.
  394. Do not grab my cake and mash it. Do not grab my cake and mash it. Do not grab my cake and mash it.
  395. Use my drab sash for a band. Use my drab sash for a band. Use my drab sash for a band.
  396. Snap the lash. Snap the lash. Snap the lash.
  397. The gash is on the flap are his ear. The gash is on the flap are his ear. The gash is on the flap are his ear.
  398. Earn cash. Earn cash. Earn cash.
  399. Miss Fish is ill. Miss Fish is ill. Miss Fish is ill.
  400. Fill a dish to the brim. Fill a dish to the brim. Fill a dish to the brim.
  401. Will it drip? Will it drip? Will it drip?
  402. A bird is on a limb. A bird is on a limb. A bird is on a limb.
  403. Did it flit on the wing? Did it flit on the wing? Did it flit on the wing?
  404. It can pick up a worm with its slim bill. It can pick up a worm with its slim bill. It can pick up a worm with its slim bill.
  405. Grit and lint made my hand itch. Grit and lint made my hand itch. Grit and lint made my hand itch.
  406. Chop the ash. Chop the ash. Chop the ash.
  407. John Hunt had done much. John Hunt had done much. John Hunt had done much.
  408. My drum hung near. My drum hung near. My drum hung near.
  409. The gush from the pump took off the scum. The gush from the pump took off the scum. The gush from the pump took off the scum.
  410. I hit the plug with a club. I hit the plug with a club. I hit the plug with a club.
  411. Look at the rook on that bush. Look at the rook on that bush. Look at the rook on that bush.
  412. She can skate. She can skate. She can skate.
  413. Scratch a match. Scratch a match. Scratch a match.
  414. See it flash. See it flash. See it flash.
  415. Catch the black hen. Catch the black hen. Catch the black hen.
  416. Give her a scrap. Give her a scrap. Give her a scrap.
  417. Do not smash the egg. Do not smash the egg. Do not smash the egg.
  418. She will hatch it. She will hatch it. She will hatch it.
  419. Thrash rye. Thrash rye. Thrash rye.
  420. Teach these three boys to speak a piece. Teach these three boys to speak a piece. Teach these three boys to speak a piece.
  421. Please to reach me a peach. Please to reach me a peach. Please to reach me a peach.
  422. Stretch the thread. Stretch the thread. Stretch the thread.
  423. A wry face. A wry face. A wry face.
  424. A bin of rye. A bin of rye. A bin of rye.
  425. His child became living flesh again. His child became living flesh again. His child became living flesh again.
  426. The bushes are tough. The bushes are tough. The bushes are tough.
  427. The thorns are stout and sharp. The thorns are stout and sharp. The thorns are stout and sharp.
  428. They came rushing up. They came rushing up. They came rushing up.
  429. The beast was right in her path. The beast was right in her path. The beast was right in her path.
  430. Groan, a deep moan. Groan, a deep moan. Groan, a deep moan.
  431. Grown, increased. Grown, increased. Grown, increased.
  432. Foul, dirty; unfair. Foul, dirty; unfair. Foul, dirty; unfair.
  433. Fowl, a bird. Fowl, a bird. Fowl, a bird.
  434. Flour, ground grain. Flour, ground grain. Flour, ground grain.
  435. Flower, a blossom. Flower, a blossom. Flower, a blossom.
  436. Berth, sleeping place in a ship. Berth, sleeping place in a ship. Berth, sleeping place in a ship.
  437. Birth, coming into life. Birth, coming into life. Birth, coming into life.
  438. Choose, to select. Choose, to select. Choose, to select.
  439. Chews, does chew. Chews, does chew. Chews, does chew.
  440. Been, existed. Been, existed. Been, existed.
  441. Bin, a box. Bin, a box. Bin, a box.
  442. Rye, a grain. Rye, a grain. Rye, a grain.
  443. Wry, twisted. Wry, twisted. Wry, twisted.
  444. Boar, a male swine. Boar, a male swine. Boar, a male swine.
  445. Bore, to make a hole. Bore, to make a hole. Bore, to make a hole.
  446. Bread, food. Bread, food. Bread, food.
  447. Bred, brought up. Bred, brought up. Bred, brought up.
  448. Cell, a small close room. Cell, a small close room. Cell, a small close room.
  449. Sell, to give for money. Sell, to give for money. Sell, to give for money.
  450. Beech, a tree. Beech, a tree. Beech, a tree.
  451. Beach, shore. Beach, shore. Beach, shore.
  452. Heal, to cure. Heal, to cure. Heal, to cure.
  453. Heel, a part of the foot. Heel, a part of the foot. Heel, a part of the foot.
  454. Waive, to put off. Waive, to put off. Waive, to put off.
  455. Wave -- of the sea; -- to wave the hand, etc. Wave -- of the sea; -- to wave the hand, etc. Wave -- of the sea; -- to wave the hand, etc.
  456. Laid, placed. Laid, placed. Laid, placed.
  457. Lade; to load. Lade; to load. Lade; to load.
  458. Rain, water from the clouds. Rain, water from the clouds. Rain, water from the clouds.
  459. Reign, to rule. Reign, to rule. Reign, to rule.
  460. Rein, for a horse. Rein, for a horse. Rein, for a horse.
  461. Plate, a dish. Plate, a dish. Plate, a dish.
  462. Plait, to fold; a fold. Plait, to fold; a fold. Plait, to fold; a fold.
  463. Pair, a couple Pair, a couple Pair, a couple
  464. Pare, to cut off Pare, to cut off Pare, to cut off
  465. Pear, a fruit Pear, a fruit Pear, a fruit
  466. Their, belonging to them Their, belonging to them Their, belonging to them
  467. There, in that place There, in that place There, in that place
  468. To; as in "to write to me." To; as in "to write to me." To; as in "to write to me."
  469. Too; as in "too much for me too." Too; as in "too much for me too." Too; as in "too much for me too."
  470. Two, a number. Two, a number. Two, a number.
  471. Threw, did throw. Threw, did throw. Threw, did throw.
  472. Through; as, "through a board or a gate." Through; as, "through a board or a gate." Through; as, "through a board or a gate."
  473. Hew, to cut. Hew, to cut. Hew, to cut.
  474. Hue, color. Hue, color. Hue, color.
  475. Sun, the source of light. Sun, the source of light. Sun, the source of light.
  476. Son, a male child. Son, a male child. Son, a male child.

17.1.3 Write random sentences

A random subset of sentences will be synthesized. Be patient with the synthesis. It will take a few seconds, especially the first time. The loweest possible WPM is 80, so to decrease overall WPM, increase word gap.

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17.2 Summary

  • Learn to write -ch consonant cluster
  • Learn to write -sh consonant cluster
  • Practice more homonyms