# 7 The k and x sounds

## 7.1 Learning Objectives

• Learn to write words ending in k
• Learn to write words ending in x
• Learn to write months of the year

## 7.2-BG as k

To write the k sound on the right hand side, use -BG in the stroke.

-GB

This works for words such as back and stuck.

PWABG

back

STUBG

stuck stuck stuck stuck

## 7.3-BGS as x

To write the x sound on the right hand side, use -BGS in the stroke.

-BGS is also used for words ending in the kshun sound, such as hesitation (HES/TAEUBGS). See below for examples.

-BGS

One example is the word tax.

TABGS

tax tax tax tax

Another is six.

SEUBGS

six six six six

The -BGS cluster is also used for the word ending -ksun in words such as suction, auction, and hesitation, which is covered later.

SUBGS

AUBGS

HES TAEUBGS

Because both -x and -kshun use the same chord, there are occurrences where words will conflict. For more on how to distinguish between homonoym and word conflicts, see the homonym section.

One example is the word ox which should theoretically use the chord OBGS. Plover uses OBGS as the brief for objection and so ox is written using O*BGS in order to distinguish it. Likely because objection is more frequent in legal contexts, objection takes precedence.

O*BGS

ox ox ox ox

Another example is maximum and max. However, as maximum is more likely to come up in writing, PHABGS becomes the brief, and it is max which uses the asterisk. The name Max in the dictionary is written with either PHABGS/PHABGS or PHA*BGS/PHA*BGS

PHABGS

maximum maximum maximum maximum

PHA*BGS

max max max max

## 7.4 Months

Briefs for months generally use the initial syllable(s).

Month
Month Stroke Note
January SKWRAPB
February TPEB
March PHA*R march is also a word
April PREUL
May PHA*EU may is also a word
June SKWRUPB
July SKWRUL
August AUG
September SEPT
October OBGT
November TPHOF Using -F as v (see $-F section$(#fsound))
December TKAOES

## 7.5 Exercises

### 7.5.1 Write

1. January January January February February February March March March
2. April April April May May May June June June
3. July July July August August August September September September
4. October October October November November November December December December
5. axe axe axe fax fax fax lax lax lax max max max pax pax pax
6. sax sax sax tax tax tax wax wax wax
7. ox ox ox box box box cox cox cox fox fox fox lox lox lox
8. tox tox tox vox vox vox
9. flex flex flex hex hex hex Mex Mex Mex blex blex blex Tex Tex Tex
10. vex vex vex wex wex wex
11. flux flux flux tux tux tux
12. jinx jinx jinx mix mix mix nix nix nix six six six Twix Twix Twix
13. back back back hack hack hack jack jack jack lack lack lack mack mack mack
14. knack knack knack pack pack pack rack rack rack sack sack sack tack tack tack whack whack whack
15. black black black crack crack crack flack flack flack shack shack shack slack slack slack
16. smack smack smack snack snack snack stack stack stack track track track
17. arc arc arc bark bark bark dark dark dark hark hark hark lark lark lark
18. mark mark mark park park park
19. shark shark shark snark snark snark spark spark spark stark stark stark
20. awake awake awake bake bake bake cake cake cake fake fake fake Jake Jake Jake
21. lake lake lake make make make rake rake rake sake sake sake take take take wake wake wake
22. brake brake brake drake drake drake flake flake flake quake quake quake shake shake shake
23. slake slake slake snake snake snake stake stake stake
24. cock cock cock dock dock dock hock hock hock jock jock jock lock lock lock
25. mock mock mock knock knock knock rock rock rock sock sock sock
26. block block block clock clock clock crock crock crock flock flock flock frock frock frock
27. shock shock shock stock stock stock
28. cork cork cork fork fork fork pork pork pork work work work stork stork stork
29. buck buck buck duck duck duck huck huck huck luck luck luck muck muck muck
30. puck puck puck suck suck suck tuck tuck tuck
31. chuck chuck chuck cluck cluck cluck pluck pluck pluck snuck snuck snuck stuck stuck stuck truck truck truck
32. lurk lurk lurk murk murk murk turk turk turk
33. duke duke duke juke juke juke nuke nuke nuke puke puke puke fluke fluke fluke
34. deck deck deck heck heck heck neck neck neck peck peck peck
35. check check check fleck fleck fleck speck speck speck wreck wreck wreck
36. jerk jerk jerk perk perk perk clerk clerk clerk
37. dick dick dick hick hick hick kick kick kick lick lick lick nick nick nick
38. pick pick pick rick rick rick sick sick sick tick tick tick wick wick wick
39. brick brick brick chick chick chick click click click flick flick flick prick prick prick
40. quick quick quick slick slick slick stick stick stick thick thick thick trick trick trick
41. dirk dirk dirk mirk mirk mirk smirk smirk smirk quirk quirk quirk
42. bike bike bike dike dike dike hike hike hike like like like pike pike pike
43. spike spike spike strike strike strike

### 7.5.2 Write with sound

Controls
1. It is no ox. It is no ox. It is no ox.
2. Is my ox in? Is my ox in? Is my ox in?
3. No ox is in. No ox is in. No ox is in.
4. An ox. An ox. An ox.
5. My ox. My ox. My ox.
6. It is an ox. It is an ox. It is an ox.
7. If it be my ox, go on. If it be my ox, go on. If it be my ox, go on.
8. It is as it is. It is as it is. It is as it is.
9. It is on my ox. It is on my ox. It is on my ox.
10. My ox is up. My ox is up. My ox is up.
11. My ox is to go. My ox is to go. My ox is to go.
12. My ox is dry. My ox is dry. My ox is dry.
13. No, he is in the sty. No, he is in the sty. No, he is in the sty.
14. Do not vex him. Do not vex him. Do not vex him.
15. Who has my axe? Who has my axe? Who has my axe?
16. An axe is in the pen. An axe is in the pen. An axe is in the pen.
17. See my tin box. See my tin box. See my tin box.
18. The fox got the hen. The fox got the hen. The fox got the hen.
19. The dog got the fox. The dog got the fox. The dog got the fox.
20. It is on the box. It is on the box. It is on the box.
21. I am six. I am six. I am six.
22. It was out at six. It was out at six. It was out at six.
23. Yes, at six, I saw it. Yes, at six, I saw it. Yes, at six, I saw it.
24. You are not far off. You are not far off. You are not far off.
25. Get me a new pen. Get me a new pen. Get me a new pen.
26. Let me cut the nib. Let me cut the nib. Let me cut the nib.
27. It is fit for use. It is fit for use. It is fit for use.
28. She got up at six. She got up at six. She got up at six.
29. The dog ran at the fox, but the fox got off. The dog ran at the fox, but the fox got off. The dog ran at the fox, but the fox got off.
30. The fox got to her den, and ran in. The fox got to her den, and ran in. The fox got to her den, and ran in.
31. The old ox has run to the top of the hill. The old ox has run to the top of the hill. The old ox has run to the top of the hill.
32. Yes, he has six. Yes, he has six. Yes, he has six.
33. May I get one out of the box? May I get one out of the box? May I get one out of the box?
34. Yes, you may get six. Yes, you may get six. Yes, you may get six.
35. I see him on the box. I see him on the box. I see him on the box.
36. He is of use. He is of use. He is of use.
37. He is but six yet. He is but six yet. He is but six yet.
38. He was six in May. He was six in May. He was six in May.
39. It was bad for me to do so. It was bad for me to do so. It was bad for me to do so.
40. Do you see that bird? Do you see that bird? Do you see that bird?
42. Bees makes wax. Bees makes wax. Bees makes wax.
43. There is a man on horseback. There is a man on horseback. There is a man on horseback.
44. The dog barks. The dog barks. The dog barks.
46. No, I will take care. No, I will take care. No, I will take care.
47. A field of rye. A field of rye. A field of rye.
48. A black sheep. A black sheep. A black sheep.
49. It is true. It is true. It is true.
50. A steel dirk. A steel dirk. A steel dirk.
51. You can learn. You can learn. You can learn.
52. This is Jack. This is Jack. This is Jack.
53. Jack is our dog. Jack is our dog. Jack is our dog.
54. Jack likes to bark. Jack likes to bark. Jack likes to bark.
55. He likes to bark at Tab. He likes to bark at Tab. He likes to bark at Tab.
56. Will Jack bite Tab? Will Jack bite Tab? Will Jack bite Tab?
57. Jack will not bite her. Jack will not bite her. Jack will not bite her.
58. Tab and Jack eat meat. Tab and Jack eat meat. Tab and Jack eat meat.
59. May is in my class. May is in my class. May is in my class.
60. May is six years old. May is six years old. May is six years old.
61. I ride in the car. I ride in the car. I ride in the car.
62. I do not want to be late. I do not want to be late. I do not want to be late.
63. We are not late. We are not late. We are not late.
64. This is our line. This is our line. This is our line.
65. No gains without pains. No gains without pains. No gains without pains.
66. We have a big horse. We have a big horse. We have a big horse.
67. I have a bright new cent. I have a bright new cent. I have a bright new cent.
68. He was eating grass. He was eating grass. He was eating grass.
69. There were three girls in the yard. There were three girls in the yard. There were three girls in the yard.
70. The rat can see the cat. The rat can see the cat. The rat can see the cat.
71. The bat can see the cat. The bat can see the cat. The bat can see the cat.
72. I can see a man, a pan, and a fan. I can see a man, a pan, and a fan. I can see a man, a pan, and a fan.
73. Can you see the fan? Can you see the fan? Can you see the fan?
74. The hen can see the men. The hen can see the men. The hen can see the men.
75. I can see a hen, a pen, and two men. I can see a hen, a pen, and two men. I can see a hen, a pen, and two men.
76. One of the men has a big cane. One of the men has a big cane. One of the men has a big cane.
77. The hen can see the men and the pen. The hen can see the men and the pen. The hen can see the men and the pen.
78. I can see the pin and the bit. I can see the pin and the bit. I can see the pin and the bit.
79. Can you see the pig in the pen? Can you see the pig in the pen? Can you see the pig in the pen?
80. I can see him. I can see him. I can see him.
81. A fox, a dog, and a box. A fox, a dog, and a box. A fox, a dog, and a box.
82. Can the fox see the dog? Can the fox see the dog? Can the fox see the dog?
83. Can you see the dog and the fox? Can you see the dog and the fox? Can you see the dog and the fox?
84. I can see the fox. I can see the fox. I can see the fox.
85. He is a big fox. He is a big fox. He is a big fox.
86. The big fox can see the dog. The big fox can see the dog. The big fox can see the dog.
87. Can the dog see the big fox? Can the dog see the big fox? Can the dog see the big fox?
88. I see a gun and a cup. I see a gun and a cup. I see a gun and a cup.
89. Can you see the nut and the cup? Can you see the nut and the cup? Can you see the nut and the cup?
90. We hid the big gun in a box. We hid the big gun in a box. We hid the big gun in a box.
91. I see the nut. I see the nut. I see the nut.
92. I see a flag and a hand. I see a flag and a hand. I see a flag and a hand.
93. I see a hand. I see a hand. I see a hand.
94. Can you see the big tent? Can you see the big tent? Can you see the big tent?
95. I can see a dress near the tent. I can see a dress near the tent. I can see a dress near the tent.
96. The ship is on the pond. The ship is on the pond. The ship is on the pond.
97. I see a plant. I see a plant. I see a plant.
98. It is the flax plant. It is the flax plant. It is the flax plant.
99. I see a shell. I see a shell. I see a shell.
100. May is dressing the doll. May is dressing the doll. May is dressing the doll.
101. I rub the mud off the tub. I rub the mud off the tub. I rub the mud off the tub.
102. How the wild dogs bark! How the wild dogs bark! How the wild dogs bark!
103. I bent a fork he lent me. I bent a fork he lent me. I bent a fork he lent me.
104. Baker, awake and bake the cake. Baker, awake and bake the cake. Baker, awake and bake the cake.
105. See the big drake swim on the lake. See the big drake swim on the lake. See the big drake swim on the lake.
106. He traded his skates for a slate. He traded his skates for a slate. He traded his skates for a slate.
107. A man who bakes cake is a baker. A man who bakes cake is a baker. A man who bakes cake is a baker.
108. He held the ape by the nape of the neck. He held the ape by the nape of the neck. He held the ape by the nape of the neck.
109. The crane can strike hard with his bill. The crane can strike hard with his bill. The crane can strike hard with his bill.
110. This fork has three wide tines. This fork has three wide tines. This fork has three wide tines.
111. It is nine miles to the old pine. It is nine miles to the old pine. It is nine miles to the old pine.
112. The wife cooks the tripe by the fire. The wife cooks the tripe by the fire. The wife cooks the tripe by the fire.
113. I will hire you to make the wire fence. I will hire you to make the wire fence. I will hire you to make the wire fence.
114. It was late. It was late. It was late.
115. Jack lay on his back. Jack lay on his back. Jack lay on his back.
116. If you hack my bat, I will give you a smack. If you hack my bat, I will give you a smack. If you hack my bat, I will give you a smack.
117. I will pack up some nuts for you out of the sack; sit on the stack and crack them. I will pack up some nuts for you out of the sack; sit on the stack and crack them. I will pack up some nuts for you out of the sack; sit on the stack and crack them.
118. Let us swing on the slack rope. Let us swing on the slack rope. Let us swing on the slack rope.
119. A tack is a small nail. A tack is a small nail. A tack is a small nail.
120. The bag on his back makes him lag. The bag on his back makes him lag. The bag on his back makes him lag.
121. If your lace has no tag put it in the rag-bag. If your lace has no tag put it in the rag-bag. If your lace has no tag put it in the rag-bag.
122. The man hacks the tree till it cracks and falls. The man hacks the tree till it cracks and falls. The man hacks the tree till it cracks and falls.
123. Has the duke any stags in his park? Has the duke any stags in his park? Has the duke any stags in his park?
124. These slabs and crabs were got from the rocks on the sands. These slabs and crabs were got from the rocks on the sands. These slabs and crabs were got from the rocks on the sands.
125. Bees make wax. Bees make wax. Bees make wax.
126. The axe is sharp. The axe is sharp. The axe is sharp.
127. I should like to sail on the lake. I should like to sail on the lake. I should like to sail on the lake.
128. For my sake, pray do not shake so. For my sake, pray do not shake so. For my sake, pray do not shake so.
129. What a blaze! What a blaze! What a blaze!
130. Look at her tail. Look at her tail. Look at her tail.
131. The rain makes the plain yield grain. The rain makes the plain yield grain. The rain makes the plain yield grain.
132. Do not stray from here. Do not stray from here. Do not stray from here.
133. A jay is a gay bird, but if the ass bray it will fly away. A jay is a gay bird, but if the ass bray it will fly away. A jay is a gay bird, but if the ass bray it will fly away.
134. Hark! It is the lark. Hark! It is the lark. Hark! It is the lark.
135. Will it sing in the dark? Will it sing in the dark? Will it sing in the dark?
136. No, but the deer in the park will start if they hear the dog bark. No, but the deer in the park will start if they hear the dog bark. No, but the deer in the park will start if they hear the dog bark.
137. It is to make bricks of. It is to make bricks of. It is to make bricks of.
138. When we are in France there is a chance that we may dance. When we are in France there is a chance that we may dance. When we are in France there is a chance that we may dance.
139. A spear is a lance. A spear is a lance. A spear is a lance.
140. A young horse will prance. A young horse will prance. A young horse will prance.
141. Take a glance at the glass, and see the black on your nose. Take a glance at the glass, and see the black on your nose. Take a glance at the glass, and see the black on your nose.
142. It is sad to be at war. It is sad to be at war. It is sad to be at war.
143. Melt the wax they sent; it felt hard. Melt the wax they sent; it felt hard. Melt the wax they sent; it felt hard.
144. Can you play at chess? Can you play at chess? Can you play at chess?
145. Yes. Yes. Yes.
146. Hence means from here; thence means from there; whence means from where. Hence means from here; thence means from there; whence means from where. Hence means from here; thence means from there; whence means from where.
147. From the deck of our ship we saw a wreck; but it was so far off that the flag seemed a mere speck. From the deck of our ship we saw a wreck; but it was so far off that the flag seemed a mere speck. From the deck of our ship we saw a wreck; but it was so far off that the flag seemed a mere speck.
148. Jack is away; so I have come in his stead. Jack is away; so I have come in his stead. Jack is away; so I have come in his stead.
150. We have seen a green snake; its fang has a keen point. We have seen a green snake; its fang has a keen point. We have seen a green snake; its fang has a keen point.
151. Pray heed what I say. Pray heed what I say. Pray heed what I say.
152. Where do larks breed? Where do larks breed? Where do larks breed?
153. Treat the boy well, for he works hard. Treat the boy well, for he works hard. Treat the boy well, for he works hard.
154. The bead was of red glass. The bead was of red glass. The bead was of red glass.
155. If you fill the glass so full, you may spill it. If you fill the glass so full, you may spill it. If you fill the glass so full, you may spill it.
156. The ship will roll and dip. The ship will roll and dip. The ship will roll and dip.
157. We sip with the lips. We sip with the lips. We sip with the lips.
158. I like a fine nib to my pen. I like a fine nib to my pen. I like a fine nib to my pen.
159. Who lit the fire? Who lit the fire? Who lit the fire?
160. Sit here. Sit here. Sit here.
161. Dick did as he was bid with the top. Dick did as he was bid with the top. Dick did as he was bid with the top.
162. The rick was set on fire. The rick was set on fire. The rick was set on fire.
163. It was a trick. It was a trick. It was a trick.
164. Dick was not sick. Dick was not sick. Dick was not sick.
165. Fire is bright. Fire is bright. Fire is bright.
166. File the key that is on the top of the pile. File the key that is on the top of the pile. File the key that is on the top of the pile.
167. We saw that a tile was off; it was a vile place. We saw that a tile was off; it was a vile place. We saw that a tile was off; it was a vile place.
168. When you dine here, do you take wine? When you dine here, do you take wine? When you dine here, do you take wine?
169. The dog's spine is hurt; how it makes him whine. The dog's spine is hurt; how it makes him whine. The dog's spine is hurt; how it makes him whine.
170. It will tire us to get through the mire. It will tire us to get through the mire. It will tire us to get through the mire.
171. A dog will gripe a rat. A dog will gripe a rat. A dog will gripe a rat.
172. Do you like tripe? Do you like tripe? Do you like tripe?
173. Not so well as ripe fruit. Not so well as ripe fruit. Not so well as ripe fruit.
174. Birds keep on their flight by day and night. Birds keep on their flight by day and night. Birds keep on their flight by day and night.
175. Why did Papa chide you? Why did Papa chide you? Why did Papa chide you?
176. Did the bride ride by your side? Did the bride ride by your side? Did the bride ride by your side?
177. There's a blight in the air; the light shows it, yet the night was bright. There's a blight in the air; the light shows it, yet the night was bright. There's a blight in the air; the light shows it, yet the night was bright.
178. My kite will not fly. My kite will not fly. My kite will not fly.
179. Will you buy a slice of it? Will you buy a slice of it? Will you buy a slice of it?
180. Put a prop to the tree. Put a prop to the tree. Put a prop to the tree.
181. The mob tried to rob the cart. The mob tried to rob the cart. The mob tried to rob the cart.
182. They call the poor man who mends shoes a snob. They call the poor man who mends shoes a snob. They call the poor man who mends shoes a snob.
183. The pan is on the hob. The pan is on the hob. The pan is on the hob.
184. I do not care a jot for the lot. I do not care a jot for the lot. I do not care a jot for the lot.
185. Take your rod and line to the pond. Take your rod and line to the pond. Take your rod and line to the pond.
186. The stones on the shore make one's feet sore. The stones on the shore make one's feet sore. The stones on the shore make one's feet sore.
187. I would not pore too long over my work, nor would you. I would not pore too long over my work, nor would you. I would not pore too long over my work, nor would you.
188. Here is a cord for your top. Here is a cord for your top. Here is a cord for your top.
189. The sword was sharp. The sword was sharp. The sword was sharp.
190. The ford was not deep. The ford was not deep. The ford was not deep.
191. A stork is like a crane. A stork is like a crane. A stork is like a crane.
192. Do not force Jack back! Do not force Jack back! Do not force Jack back!
193. Grab up the shrub. Grab up the shrub. Grab up the shrub.
194. Her muff hid her cuffs. Her muff hid her cuffs. Her muff hid her cuffs.
195. There is a lot of mud where the plug was dug up, and our pug ran through it. There is a lot of mud where the plug was dug up, and our pug ran through it. There is a lot of mud where the plug was dug up, and our pug ran through it.
196. What a fuss you make! What a fuss you make! What a fuss you make!
197. They tell us he is not a dunce. They tell us he is not a dunce. They tell us he is not a dunce.
198. What makes the bee buzz? What makes the bee buzz? What makes the bee buzz?
199. Who has won? Who has won? Who has won?
200. Do you play the flute? Do you play the flute? Do you play the flute?
201. Is it true that you like rue? Is it true that you like rue? Is it true that you like rue?
203. Play a tune. Play a tune. Play a tune.
204. The pew is too near the fire. The pew is too near the fire. The pew is too near the fire.
205. Mint is a herb. Mint is a herb. Mint is a herb.
206. Do not stir! Do not stir! Do not stir!
207. I like the sound. I like the sound. I like the sound.
208. The ox is shy. The ox is shy. The ox is shy.
209. Thy ox is spry. Thy ox is spry. Thy ox is spry.
210. The dog has not got the red fox. The dog has not got the red fox. The dog has not got the red fox.
211. Is his big top in the box? Is his big top in the box? Is his big top in the box?
212. The fox hid in his den. The fox hid in his den. The fox hid in his den.
213. The fox in the trap bit my hand. The fox in the trap bit my hand. The fox in the trap bit my hand.
214. Jack left his sled in the shed. Jack left his sled in the shed. Jack left his sled in the shed.
215. Kate may take my rake. Kate may take my rake. Kate may take my rake.
216. I like to sit by a fine fire. I like to sit by a fine fire. I like to sit by a fine fire.
217. A base act. A base act. A base act.
218. They sail on the lake. They sail on the lake. They sail on the lake.
219. Frank has eggs and tripe. Frank has eggs and tripe. Frank has eggs and tripe.
220. Drive one spike in the rail. Drive one spike in the rail. Drive one spike in the rail.
221. Hark! What is that? Hark! What is that? Hark! What is that?
222. Jane was sick. Jane was sick. Jane was sick.
223. Have pluck. Have pluck. Have pluck.
224. It is very late, and there is not a spark in the grate. It is very late, and there is not a spark in the grate. It is very late, and there is not a spark in the grate.
225. Please darn my sock for me. Please darn my sock for me. Please darn my sock for me.
226. Peas grow in a pod. Peas grow in a pod. Peas grow in a pod.
227. The fog was so thick he got into a bog, where he saw the frog there he stood on a log, while his dog barked, so that a throng of boys came to help him. The fog was so thick he got into a bog, where he saw the frog there he stood on a log, while his dog barked, so that a throng of boys came to help him. The fog was so thick he got into a bog, where he saw the frog there he stood on a log, while his dog barked, so that a throng of boys came to help him.
228. The hog has a clog on his leg, do not flog him, let him jog along. The hog has a clog on his leg, do not flog him, let him jog along. The hog has a clog on his leg, do not flog him, let him jog along.
229. My whip has such a long thong. My whip has such a long thong. My whip has such a long thong.
230. The prong of the fork is strong. The prong of the fork is strong. The prong of the fork is strong.
231. A dock is a place for ships. A dock is a place for ships. A dock is a place for ships.
232. Lock the box that has your frock and socks in it. Lock the box that has your frock and socks in it. Lock the box that has your frock and socks in it.
233. The girls are singing. The girls are singing. The girls are singing.
234. They like to sing. They like to sing. They like to sing.
235. They sing many songs. They sing many songs. They sing many songs.
236. Would you like to see one? Would you like to see one? Would you like to see one?
237. The bee fell into the lake. The bee fell into the lake. The bee fell into the lake.
238. The bee was very wet. The bee was very wet. The bee was very wet.
239. The lake was very deep. The lake was very deep. The lake was very deep.
240. She likes to lie by the fire. She likes to lie by the fire. She likes to lie by the fire.
241. A cat hunts in the dark. A cat hunts in the dark. A cat hunts in the dark.
242. She creeps up to a rat. She creeps up to a rat. She creeps up to a rat.
243. Then she darts at it. Then she darts at it. Then she darts at it.
244. How sleek the deer are! How sleek the deer are! How sleek the deer are!
245. I bit a piece of grit in my cake. I bit a piece of grit in my cake. I bit a piece of grit in my cake.
246. They were very busy with their lessons. They were very busy with their lessons. They were very busy with their lessons.
247. How can a fly stick to glass? How can a fly stick to glass? How can a fly stick to glass?
248. Can you see the clock? Can you see the clock? Can you see the clock?
249. She does not like to be late. She does not like to be late. She does not like to be late.
251. Bid six men sit. Bid six men sit. Bid six men sit.
252. Fix a pen. Fix a pen. Fix a pen.
253. Did the sly fox fly? Did the sly fox fly? Did the sly fox fly?
254. Yes; and an ox ate it. Yes; and an ox ate it. Yes; and an ox ate it.
255. A slow ox. A slow ox. A slow ox.
256. He is working in the field. He is working in the field. He is working in the field.
257. He is cutting the grass. He is cutting the grass. He is cutting the grass.
258. She got a check for it. She got a check for it. She got a check for it.
259. Thick, not thin. Thick, not thin. Thick, not thin.
260. Ill, sick. Ill, sick. Ill, sick.
261. I learned that you were sick. I learned that you were sick. I learned that you were sick.
262. Putting, placing. Putting, placing. Putting, placing.
263. Nap, a short sleep. To take a nap. Nap, a short sleep. To take a nap. Nap, a short sleep. To take a nap.
264. The clouds sail through the air. The clouds sail through the air. The clouds sail through the air.
265. A burned hand will smart. A burned hand will smart. A burned hand will smart.
266. He started the car. He started the car. He started the car.
267. Please state the reason for this. Please state the reason for this. Please state the reason for this.
268. The clock strikes. The clock strikes. The clock strikes.
269. She stuck out her hand. She stuck out her hand. She stuck out her hand.
271. What is the price on the ticket? What is the price on the ticket? What is the price on the ticket?
273. Wipe, to rub to make clean or dry. Wipe, to rub to make clean or dry. Wipe, to rub to make clean or dry.
274. Bring a quill, a spring, and a thick stick. Bring a quill, a spring, and a thick stick. Bring a quill, a spring, and a thick stick.
275. They strike and fight. They strike and fight. They strike and fight.
276. What is the price of spice? What is the price of spice? What is the price of spice?
277. My sheep has a clean fleece. My sheep has a clean fleece. My sheep has a clean fleece.
278. Get a sheet. Get a sheet. Get a sheet.
279. A red cheek. A red cheek. A red cheek.
280. The dog's tail was wagging. The dog's tail was wagging. The dog's tail was wagging.
281. She had a bucket full of dirt. She had a bucket full of dirt. She had a bucket full of dirt.
282. She was in a deep sleep and it was hard to wake her. She was in a deep sleep and it was hard to wake her. She was in a deep sleep and it was hard to wake her.
283. Act, do something. Play a part. Act, do something. Play a part. Act, do something. Play a part.
284. Clear, bright. Plainly heard. Make free from something not wanted. Clear, bright. Plainly heard. Make free from something not wanted. Clear, bright. Plainly heard. Make free from something not wanted.
285. Would you like to see us act in a play? Would you like to see us act in a play? Would you like to see us act in a play?
286. I will spare my share. I will spare my share. I will spare my share.
287. Cake is scarce. Cake is scarce. Cake is scarce.
288. Where is my chair? Where is my chair? Where is my chair?
289. Did the spark burn the chart? Did the spark burn the chart? Did the spark burn the chart?
290. Crack the whip. Crack the whip. Crack the whip.
291. The bull can pull it. The bull can pull it. The bull can pull it.
292. Tuck up the bed. Tuck up the bed. Tuck up the bed.
293. Fuse or melt the glue. Fuse or melt the glue. Fuse or melt the glue.
294. I was in luck. I was in luck. I was in luck.
295. A cube has six sides. A cube has six sides. A cube has six sides.
296. You clog my pipe. You clog my pipe. You clog my pipe.
297. You mock me. You mock me. You mock me.
299. A bed tick. A bed tick. A bed tick.
300. Do not kick his shin. Do not kick his shin. Do not kick his shin.
301. Quit work. Quit work. Quit work.
302. Clip the wick. Clip the wick. Clip the wick.
303. Bind up the cut. Bind up the cut. Bind up the cut.
304. Dogs bite and tire an ox. Dogs bite and tire an ox. Dogs bite and tire an ox.
305. Fry a pike of big size. Fry a pike of big size. Fry a pike of big size.
306. Dice and wine lead to vice. Dice and wine lead to vice. Dice and wine lead to vice.
307. Five mice hide in a pine box. Five mice hide in a pine box. Five mice hide in a pine box.
308. I like ice. I like ice. I like ice.
309. The curb kept out dirt. The curb kept out dirt. The curb kept out dirt.
310. Hurl the dirk. Hurl the dirk. Hurl the dirk.
311. Jerk the pert boy. Jerk the pert boy. Jerk the pert boy.
312. Be neat. Be neat. Be neat.
313. They are knee-deep in the lake. They are knee-deep in the lake. They are knee-deep in the lake.
314. They leap and run. They leap and run. They leap and run.
315. That meek man was weak. That meek man was weak. That meek man was weak.
316. A rare fox has a lair. A rare fox has a lair. A rare fox has a lair.
317. We let our dog run free in the field. We let our dog run free in the field. We let our dog run free in the field.
318. It is near my ear. It is near my ear. It is near my ear.
319. Dogs bark. Dogs bark. Dogs bark.
320. Put tape and lace on the cape. Put tape and lace on the cape. Put tape and lace on the cape.
321. Bake a big cake. Bake a big cake. Bake a big cake.
322. Free from, without. Free from, without. Free from, without.
323. She has a kind heart. She has a kind heart. She has a kind heart.
324. Horses do not like the cars. Horses do not like the cars. Horses do not like the cars.
325. She does not spill it. She does not spill it. She does not spill it.
326. There are bags of grain. There are bags of grain. There are bags of grain.
327. But they ought to think. But they ought to think. But they ought to think.
328. The fox could not grab it. The fox could not grab it. The fox could not grab it.
329. It was a cruel deed. It was a cruel deed. It was a cruel deed.
330. They like to skip and run. They like to skip and run. They like to skip and run.
331. Its hind legs are very long. Its hind legs are very long. Its hind legs are very long.
332. Fixed, did fix. Fixed, did fix. Fixed, did fix.
333. The snake scared us. The snake scared us. The snake scared us.
334. I will race you to the corn. I will race you to the corn. I will race you to the corn.
335. Job, work. Job, work. Job, work.
336. Paint is very sticky. Paint is very sticky. Paint is very sticky.
337. My mark in spelling was A. My mark in spelling was A. My mark in spelling was A.
338. He was lying in bed. He was lying in bed. He was lying in bed.
339. Jail, place in which one is locked up. Jail, place in which one is locked up. Jail, place in which one is locked up.
340. The fox started to grab the bird. The fox started to grab the bird. The fox started to grab the bird.
341. The dog barks at the sheep. The dog barks at the sheep. The dog barks at the sheep.
342. A dog cannot run up a tree as a cat can. A dog cannot run up a tree as a cat can. A dog cannot run up a tree as a cat can.
343. He will not kick you. He will not kick you. He will not kick you.
344. The smoke from the fire got in their eyes. The smoke from the fire got in their eyes. The smoke from the fire got in their eyes.
345. She did not quite like the big chair. She did not quite like the big chair. She did not quite like the big chair.
346. This way would be more direct. This way would be more direct. This way would be more direct.
347. He sells eggs by the dozen. He sells eggs by the dozen. He sells eggs by the dozen.
348. He brings many things. He brings many things. He brings many things.
349. My dog has a strap on his neck. My dog has a strap on his neck. My dog has a strap on his neck.
350. How ought we to treat dogs? How ought we to treat dogs? How ought we to treat dogs?
351. Flakes, thin, flat bits. Flakes, thin, flat bits. Flakes, thin, flat bits.
352. How else can you do this work? How else can you do this work? How else can you do this work?
353. We heard the click of the key as he turned it in the lock. We heard the click of the key as he turned it in the lock. We heard the click of the key as he turned it in the lock.
354. The ice began to crack. The ice began to crack. The ice began to crack.
355. Begun, started. Begun, started. Begun, started.
356. Jack has begun to learn about the stars. Jack has begun to learn about the stars. Jack has begun to learn about the stars.
358. Beginning, starting. Beginning, starting. Beginning, starting.
359. It is beginning to rain. It is beginning to rain. It is beginning to rain.
360. Awake, not asleep. Awake, not asleep. Awake, not asleep.
361. It was wicked to kill the boy's pet. It was wicked to kill the boy's pet. It was wicked to kill the boy's pet.
362. It is true that John does not like to work. It is true that John does not like to work. It is true that John does not like to work.
363. Mary is a true friend. Mary is a true friend. Mary is a true friend.
364. Mother found it hard to wake Fred up. Mother found it hard to wake Fred up. Mother found it hard to wake Fred up.
365. Led, went at the head of. Led, went at the head of. Led, went at the head of.
366. I will map out my work for the day. I will map out my work for the day. I will map out my work for the day.
367. None of the cake is left. None of the cake is left. None of the cake is left.
368. None of us is going. None of us is going. None of us is going.
369. Will you guide me to the lake? Will you guide me to the lake? Will you guide me to the lake?
370. Use the mule in June. Use the mule in June. Use the mule in June.
371. Blind, not able to see. To take away one's sight. Blind, not able to see. To take away one's sight. Blind, not able to see. To take away one's sight.

### 7.5.3 Write random sentences

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