13 The m sound

The m sound is represented by -PL on the right hand in words like sum, farm and palm.

SUPL

sum sum sum sum

TPARPL

farm farm farm farm

PAUPL

palm palm palm palm
Brief Stroke Note
became PWAEUPL
become PW-BG
becomes PW-BGS
example KP-PL
almost HR-PL
people PEPL
bathroom PWHR-PL
bedroom PW-PL
centimeter KR*PL
centimeters KR*PLS
multiple PH-PL
system S-PL
pupil PAOUPL

13.1 Exercises

13.1.1 Write

  1. am am am bam bam bam cam cam cam dam dam dam ham ham ham
  2. jam jam jam lam lam lam ram ram ram Sam Sam Sam yam yam yam
  3. clam clam clam cram cram cram dram dram dram gram gram gram scam scam scam
  4. sham sham sham slam slam slam spam spam spam swam swam swam wham wham wham
  5. came came came dame dame dame fame fame fame game game game lame lame lame
  6. name name name same same same tame tame tame
  7. blame blame blame claim claim claim flame flame flame frame frame frame shame shame shame
  8. arm arm arm farm farm farm harm harm harm warm warm warm
  9. alarm alarm alarm charm charm charm swarm swarm swarm
  10. come come come some some some mom mom mom prom prom prom whom whom whom
  11. form form form norm norm norm worm worm worm storm storm storm
  12. doom doom doom loom loom loom room room room bloom bloom bloom broom broom broom
  13. gloom gloom gloom groom groom groom
  14. gem gem gem hem hem hem stem stem stem them them them
  15. beam beam beam deem deem deem seem seem seem team team team
  16. cream cream cream dream dream dream gleam gleam gleam steam steam steam scream scream scream stream stream stream
  17. dome dome dome foam foam foam home home home poem poem poem loam loam loam roam roam roam
  18. aim aim aim dim dim dim him him him rim rim rim
  19. brim brim brim grim grim grim prim prim prim skim skim skim slim slim slim
  20. swim swim swim trim trim trim whim whim whim
  21. dime dime dime lime lime lime time time time
  22. firm firm firm chime chime chime crime crime crime grime grime grime prime prime prime
  23. slime slime slime squirm squirm squirm
  24. bum bum bum gum gum gum hum hum hum mum mum mum rum rum rum sum sum sum
  25. drum drum drum glum glum glum scum scum scum slum slum slum swum swum swum

13.1.2 Write with sound

Controls
  1. I am. I am. I am.
  2. I am up. I am up. I am up.
  3. I am to go. I am to go. I am to go.
  4. He is as I am. He is as I am. He is as I am.
  5. I am to be. I am to be. I am to be.
  6. I am to be in. I am to be in. I am to be in.
  7. I am to go on. I am to go on. I am to go on.
  8. I see the sun. I see the sun. I see the sun.
  9. You may get up. You may get up. You may get up.
  10. It is a warm day. It is a warm day. It is a warm day.
  11. I am he. I am he. I am he.
  12. I am as he is. I am as he is. I am as he is.
  13. I am on an ox. I am on an ox. I am on an ox.
  14. Am I to go in? Am I to go in? Am I to go in?
  15. Fair fame. Fair fame. Fair fame.
  16. A good name. A good name. A good name.
  17. The same claim. The same claim. The same claim.
  18. A sane man. A sane man. A sane man.
  19. The frame of a house. The frame of a house. The frame of a house.
  20. I will praise him. I will praise him. I will praise him.
  21. See the foam. See the foam. See the foam.
  22. Go home. Go home. Go home.
  23. See that worm. See that worm. See that worm.
  24. The stake is firm. The stake is firm. The stake is firm.
  25. I see a cat and a doll. I see a cat and a doll. I see a cat and a doll.
  26. The ram ran at the man. The ram ran at the man. The ram ran at the man.
  27. Sam has the ham. Sam has the ham. Sam has the ham.
  28. I am fond of jam. I am fond of jam. I am fond of jam.
  29. 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.
  30. Do not slam the door. Do not slam the door. Do not slam the door.
  31. He has a sham nose. He has a sham nose. He has a sham nose.
  32. Sam has the cat. Sam has the cat. Sam has the cat.
  33. Sam is a good boy. Sam is a good boy. Sam is a good boy.
  34. Sam and I play ball. Sam and I play ball. Sam and I play ball.
  35. Sam likes to play ball. Sam likes to play ball. Sam likes to play ball.
  36. Sam and I can play with it. Sam and I can play with it. Sam and I can play with it.
  37. See me pat him. See me pat him. See me pat him.
  38. I like the name of Jack. I like the name of Jack. I like the name of Jack.
  39. Snow keeps the roots warm. Snow keeps the roots warm. Snow keeps the roots warm.
  40. Nell does not like the snow. Nell does not like the snow. Nell does not like the snow.
  41. The red beets are ripe. The red beets are ripe. The red beets are ripe.
  42. May does not like them. May does not like them. May does not like them.
  43. He is too lame. He is too lame. He is too lame.
  44. Ned goes for the mail. Ned goes for the mail. Ned goes for the mail.
  45. It was too big for him. It was too big for him. It was too big for him.
  46. Be to others kind and true. Be to others kind and true. Be to others kind and true.
  47. I am in a new class. I am in a new class. I am in a new class.
  48. Great oaks from little acorns grow. Great oaks from little acorns grow. Great oaks from little acorns grow.
  49. You will hurt him. You will hurt him. You will hurt him.
  50. He bought them from my father. He bought them from my father. He bought them from my father.
  51. You may if you go home before six or seven in the evening. You may if you go home before six or seven in the evening. You may if you go home before six or seven in the evening.
  52. Dick and I keep them off the lawn. Dick and I keep them off the lawn. Dick and I keep them off the lawn.
  53. The dog has soft pads on his feet, like the cat. The dog has soft pads on his feet, like the cat. The dog has soft pads on his feet, like the cat.
  54. Can the dog pull in his claws and hide them? Can the dog pull in his claws and hide them? Can the dog pull in his claws and hide them?
  55. Shall I show them to you some day? Shall I show them to you some day? Shall I show them to you some day?
  56. The claws of the owl are very strong. The claws of the owl are very strong. The claws of the owl are very strong.
  57. He eats both mice and small birds. He eats both mice and small birds. He eats both mice and small birds.
  58. I have ten dollars, five cents, and a dime. I have ten dollars, five cents, and a dime. I have ten dollars, five cents, and a dime.
  59. What sum have I? What sum have I? What sum have I?
  60. Come here and I shall show you. Come here and I shall show you. Come here and I shall show you.
  61. A clam has a hard shell. A clam has a hard shell. A clam has a hard shell.
  62. The big clam has a hard shell. The big clam has a hard shell. The big clam has a hard shell.
  63. The man has a drum. The man has a drum. The man has a drum.
  64. See the big frog swim in the pond. See the big frog swim in the pond. See the big frog swim in the pond.
  65. Big frog, will you sing me a song? Big frog, will you sing me a song? Big frog, will you sing me a song?
  66. I am a frog. I am a frog. I am a frog.
  67. But frogs can swim. But frogs can swim. But frogs can swim.
  68. See me swim. See me swim. See me swim.
  69. I am on my big red sled. I am on my big red sled. I am on my big red sled.
  70. See me on my big red sled! See me on my big red sled! See me on my big red sled!
  71. Is it a clam shell? Is it a clam shell? Is it a clam shell?
  72. No. No. No.
  73. I see it is not a clam shell. I see it is not a clam shell. I see it is not a clam shell.
  74. I set the ham on the mat. I set the ham on the mat. I set the ham on the mat.
  75. Can a bug in a jug hum? Can a bug in a jug hum? Can a bug in a jug hum?
  76. See a scar on my arm! See a scar on my arm! See a scar on my arm!
  77. The first bird will get the worm. The first bird will get the worm. The first bird will get the worm.
  78. The next wave came up to the cave. The next wave came up to the cave. The next wave came up to the cave.
  79. The old dame's face was sad and grave. The old dame's face was sad and grave. The old dame's face was sad and grave.
  80. We gave the lame dog a good name. We gave the lame dog a good name. We gave the lame dog a good name.
  81. It is not time for grapes to be ripe. It is not time for grapes to be ripe. It is not time for grapes to be ripe.
  82. I fell and broke a bone in my arm. I fell and broke a bone in my arm. I fell and broke a bone in my arm.
  83. When he awoke the mule had gone home. When he awoke the mule had gone home. When he awoke the mule had gone home.
  84. Is the flour sweet? Is the flour sweet? Is the flour sweet?
  85. No, it seems to be quite sour. No, it seems to be quite sour. No, it seems to be quite sour.
  86. They are playing games. They are playing games. They are playing games.
  87. The girls play games, too. The girls play games, too. The girls play games, too.
  88. He lives on a farm. He lives on a farm. He lives on a farm.
  89. There is a barn on the farm. There is a barn on the farm. There is a barn on the farm.
  90. This is what Fred does on the farm. This is what Fred does on the farm. This is what Fred does on the farm.
  91. He feeds them. He feeds them. He feeds them.
  92. The cows will pay Fred for feeding them. The cows will pay Fred for feeding them. The cows will pay Fred for feeding them.
  93. How will they pay him? How will they pay him? How will they pay him?
  94. It cannot run away. It cannot run away. It cannot run away.
  95. Fred will not whip the colt. Fred will not whip the colt. Fred will not whip the colt.
  96. And he will not sell him. And he will not sell him. And he will not sell him.
  97. Hens like worms. Hens like worms. Hens like worms.
  98. They like bugs, too. They like bugs, too. They like bugs, too.
  99. One swarm lives in a hive. One swarm lives in a hive. One swarm lives in a hive.
  100. The bee could sting the boy's arm. The bee could sting the boy's arm. The bee could sting the boy's arm.
  101. The bee saved the dove this time. The bee saved the dove this time. The bee saved the dove this time.
  102. Four of the girls gave dimes. Four of the girls gave dimes. Four of the girls gave dimes.
  103. One boy gave a dime. One boy gave a dime. One boy gave a dime.
  104. A dime is ten cents. A dime is ten cents. A dime is ten cents.
  105. The men in stores gave dimes. The men in stores gave dimes. The men in stores gave dimes.
  106. Is our flag red and white? Is our flag red and white? Is our flag red and white?
  107. Yes, and some of it is blue. Yes, and some of it is blue. Yes, and some of it is blue.
  108. You may have felt them. You may have felt them. You may have felt them.
  109. At times there is a wind. At times there is a wind. At times there is a wind.
  110. John likes to see the spray. John likes to see the spray. John likes to see the spray.
  111. It is easy to find bait. It is easy to find bait. It is easy to find bait.
  112. Now John hopes to get a fish. Now John hopes to get a fish. Now John hopes to get a fish.
  113. He will not go far from home. He will not go far from home. He will not go far from home.
  114. The boys came to the pond. The boys came to the pond. The boys came to the pond.
  115. You have all seen crows. You have all seen crows. You have all seen crows.
  116. How very black they are! How very black they are! How very black they are!
  117. They are black and glossy. They are black and glossy. They are black and glossy.
  118. Crows often fly about a town. Crows often fly about a town. Crows often fly about a town.
  119. They dare to fly over houses. They dare to fly over houses. They dare to fly over houses.
  120. Some folks do not like crows. Some folks do not like crows. Some folks do not like crows.
  121. Crows dig up grain on the farms. Crows dig up grain on the farms. Crows dig up grain on the farms.
  122. Did you ever see a fox? Did you ever see a fox? Did you ever see a fox?
  123. A fox is very sly. A fox is very sly. A fox is very sly.
  124. He is cunning, too. He is cunning, too. He is cunning, too.
  125. His home is in a den. His home is in a den. His home is in a den.
  126. The den is a deep hole. The den is a deep hole. The den is a deep hole.
  127. Did you ever meet a fox? Did you ever meet a fox? Did you ever meet a fox?
  128. A fox is very smart. A fox is very smart. A fox is very smart.
  129. An ox had his home in a barn. An ox had his home in a barn. An ox had his home in a barn.
  130. A date is on the tray. A date is on the tray. A date is on the tray.
  131. Some are trimmed with fur. Some are trimmed with fur. Some are trimmed with fur.
  132. There are frocks for girls. There are frocks for girls. There are frocks for girls.
  133. Some have wide hems. Some have wide hems. Some have wide hems.
  134. They are trimmed with bands. They are trimmed with bands. They are trimmed with bands.
  135. He hunts for owls in the dark. He hunts for owls in the dark. He hunts for owls in the dark.
  136. The goat is lame in one hind leg. The goat is lame in one hind leg. The goat is lame in one hind leg.
  137. One day the goat drew a cart. One day the goat drew a cart. One day the goat drew a cart.
  138. Her boiled ham is good. Her boiled ham is good. Her boiled ham is good.
  139. She often boils beets. She often boils beets. She often boils beets.
  140. She has to fry some things. She has to fry some things. She has to fry some things.
  141. One store has things for shops. One store has things for shops. One store has things for shops.
  142. Here are long files. Here are long files. Here are long files.
  143. There are boxes of tacks. There are boxes of tacks. There are boxes of tacks.
  144. Wire is kept here, too. Wire is kept here, too. Wire is kept here, too.
  145. Here are bolts for carts. Here are bolts for carts. Here are bolts for carts.
  146. Here is glue that will stick. Here is glue that will stick. Here is glue that will stick.
  147. There are balls of twine. There are balls of twine. There are balls of twine.
  148. Here are brooms for the house. Here are brooms for the house. Here are brooms for the house.
  149. There are some glass jars. There are some glass jars. There are some glass jars.
  150. Lime is for the farm, too. Lime is for the farm, too. Lime is for the farm, too.
  151. How did she spend them? How did she spend them? How did she spend them?
  152. The tree is on the hill. The tree is on the hill. The tree is on the hill.
  153. Come and tie my shoe. Come and tie my shoe. Come and tie my shoe.
  154. Sit by me and I will tie it. Sit by me and I will tie it. Sit by me and I will tie it.
  155. It is a fair and warm day. It is a fair and warm day. It is a fair and warm day.
  156. Did she hem my cap. Did she hem my cap. Did she hem my cap.
  157. The cat has put her paw on my arm. The cat has put her paw on my arm. The cat has put her paw on my arm.
  158. My arm is not for your paw to lie on. My arm is not for your paw to lie on. My arm is not for your paw to lie on.
  159. Put it off, or I may pull you by the ear. Put it off, or I may pull you by the ear. Put it off, or I may pull you by the ear.
  160. May I buy me a new top? May I buy me a new top? May I buy me a new top?
  161. Yes, you may, if you can pay for one. Yes, you may, if you can pay for one. Yes, you may, if you can pay for one.
  162. You may buy a mug for Jane. You may buy a mug for Jane. You may buy a mug for Jane.
  163. He is on the rim of the cup. He is on the rim of the cup. He is on the rim of the cup.
  164. I did not see him do it. I did not see him do it. I did not see him do it.
  165. Did you see the boy run? Did you see the boy run? Did you see the boy run?
  166. No, I did not see him. No, I did not see him. No, I did not see him.
  167. Oh! The dog has bit my arm. Oh! The dog has bit my arm. Oh! The dog has bit my arm.
  168. My arm is red. My arm is red. My arm is red.
  169. Did I not get you a warm bed to lie on? Did I not get you a warm bed to lie on? Did I not get you a warm bed to lie on?
  170. Did I not dry you, if you got wet? Did I not dry you, if you got wet? Did I not dry you, if you got wet?
  171. Yes, I did. Yes, I did. Yes, I did.
  172. But you have bit my arm. But you have bit my arm. But you have bit my arm.
  173. Go, dog. Go, dog. Go, dog.
  174. Go, lie on your bed. Go, lie on your bed. Go, lie on your bed.
  175. How it does hum! How it does hum! How it does hum!
  176. He, who sits in his den, is a foe to you, and to all who come in his way. He, who sits in his den, is a foe to you, and to all who come in his way. He, who sits in his den, is a foe to you, and to all who come in his way.
  177. He will eat you up. He will eat you up. He will eat you up.
  178. He can sup on the leg of a fly. He can sup on the leg of a fly. He can sup on the leg of a fly.
  179. See, he has got you up in his den now. See, he has got you up in his den now. See, he has got you up in his den now.
  180. You can hum no more in the warm sun. You can hum no more in the warm sun. You can hum no more in the warm sun.
  181. Poor fly! You are to be eat up by him, who sits in his den, and gets a fly as oft as he can. Poor fly! You are to be eat up by him, who sits in his den, and gets a fly as oft as he can. Poor fly! You are to be eat up by him, who sits in his den, and gets a fly as oft as he can.
  182. Tom had a tame bird, but no mate for it. Tom had a tame bird, but no mate for it. Tom had a tame bird, but no mate for it.
  183. Tom is five years old. Tom is five years old. Tom is five years old.
  184. Take him home. Take him home. Take him home.
  185. The sun is out warm. The sun is out warm. The sun is out warm.
  186. The air is mild. The air is mild. The air is mild.
  187. And Pa has just told me, that we may have a ride in the new gig. And Pa has just told me, that we may have a ride in the new gig. And Pa has just told me, that we may have a ride in the new gig.
  188. Can we ride to the top of the hill? Can we ride to the top of the hill? Can we ride to the top of the hill?
  189. We may have a good time if we can ride so far. We may have a good time if we can ride so far. We may have a good time if we can ride so far.
  190. Oh, yes! And we may have a good time if we do not ride so far. Oh, yes! And we may have a good time if we do not ride so far. Oh, yes! And we may have a good time if we do not ride so far.
  191. We will ask Pa. We will ask Pa. We will ask Pa.
  192. He will tell us if we ask him. He will tell us if we ask him. He will tell us if we ask him.
  193. It is time for us to go back now. It is time for us to go back now. It is time for us to go back now.
  194. It will soon get to its home. It will soon get to its home. It will soon get to its home.
  195. We must not be late home. We must not be late home. We must not be late home.
  196. Here we are at home, and all safe. Here we are at home, and all safe. Here we are at home, and all safe.
  197. He is come out to see us. He is come out to see us. He is come out to see us.
  198. A fly can hum. A fly can hum. A fly can hum.
  199. A fly has two wings and six legs. A fly has two wings and six legs. A fly has two wings and six legs.
  200. It flies and hums with its wings. It flies and hums with its wings. It flies and hums with its wings.
  201. Do not fear; he will not hurt you. Do not fear; he will not hurt you. Do not fear; he will not hurt you.
  202. Come to me, dog. Come to me, dog. Come to me, dog.
  203. His name is Tray. His name is Tray. His name is Tray.
  204. Rain comes from the clouds. Rain comes from the clouds. Rain comes from the clouds.
  205. Ducks swim, and geese swim. Ducks swim, and geese swim. Ducks swim, and geese swim.
  206. If he should fall in, I do not know that we could get him out. If he should fall in, I do not know that we could get him out. If he should fall in, I do not know that we could get him out.
  207. There is a worm. There is a worm. There is a worm.
  208. Well, some time I will tell him. Well, some time I will tell him. Well, some time I will tell him.
  209. What time of day is it now? What time of day is it now? What time of day is it now?
  210. Bring in some wood. Bring in some wood. Bring in some wood.
  211. Put it on the fire. Put it on the fire. Put it on the fire.
  212. The room is not so warm as I should like to have it. The room is not so warm as I should like to have it. The room is not so warm as I should like to have it.
  213. Do not go too near the fire. Do not go too near the fire. Do not go too near the fire.
  214. You will burn your shoes. You will burn your shoes. You will burn your shoes.
  215. You have seen the duck on her nest. You have seen the duck on her nest. You have seen the duck on her nest.
  216. Why does she sit there so long? Why does she sit there so long? Why does she sit there so long?
  217. She sits on her eggs that they may be warm. She sits on her eggs that they may be warm. She sits on her eggs that they may be warm.
  218. If she did not keep them warm, no young duck would come out of the eggs. If she did not keep them warm, no young duck would come out of the eggs. If she did not keep them warm, no young duck would come out of the eggs.
  219. Did you ever see young ducks swim? Did you ever see young ducks swim? Did you ever see young ducks swim?
  220. They swim in the pond as soon as they get out of the shell. They swim in the pond as soon as they get out of the shell. They swim in the pond as soon as they get out of the shell.
  221. Sam is in the bed. Sam is in the bed. Sam is in the bed.
  222. Sam dug in the mud. Sam dug in the mud. Sam dug in the mud.
  223. Let them sing the song. Let them sing the song. Let them sing the song.
  224. I bade him come. I bade him come. I bade him come.
  225. Let the team wait. Let the team wait. Let the team wait.
  226. Jane will buy some nice rice. Jane will buy some nice rice. Jane will buy some nice rice.
  227. Ride the mule home. Ride the mule home. Ride the mule home.
  228. Next week we shall have sweet cream. Next week we shall have sweet cream. Next week we shall have sweet cream.
  229. Bells chime. Bells chime. Bells chime.
  230. See the scars on his arm. See the scars on his arm. See the scars on his arm.
  231. Whose two hoops are in the room? Whose two hoops are in the room? Whose two hoops are in the room?
  232. Ten cent make a dime. Ten cent make a dime. Ten cent make a dime.
  233. Don't frown and pout and squirm. Don't frown and pout and squirm. Don't frown and pout and squirm.
  234. Pat him on the head, but do not call him a rat. Pat him on the head, but do not call him a rat. Pat him on the head, but do not call him a rat.
  235. I can add up my sum. I can add up my sum. I can add up my sum.
  236. The man who is mad had hurt his hand; it was sad to see him. The man who is mad had hurt his hand; it was sad to see him. The man who is mad had hurt his hand; it was sad to see him.
  237. What is her name? What is her name? What is her name?
  238. Is yours the same? Is yours the same? Is yours the same?
  239. The flame rose as high as the house. The flame rose as high as the house. The flame rose as high as the house.
  240. Do not scare away the larks, they are so tame. Do not scare away the larks, they are so tame. Do not scare away the larks, they are so tame.
  241. Who gave them to you? Who gave them to you? Who gave them to you?
  242. If you train your arm, you may sprain it, and that will give you great pain. If you train your arm, you may sprain it, and that will give you great pain. If you train your arm, you may sprain it, and that will give you great pain.
  243. Take good aim; do not maim the dog. Take good aim; do not maim the dog. Take good aim; do not maim the dog.
  244. He laid hold of Tom's arm too. He laid hold of Tom's arm too. He laid hold of Tom's arm too.
  245. Did you see Sam in the black mask? Did you see Sam in the black mask? Did you see Sam in the black mask?
  246. Warn Tom not to go near them. Warn Tom not to go near them. Warn Tom not to go near them.
  247. I will lend you some. I will lend you some. I will lend you some.
  248. Let me get some jet. Let me get some jet. Let me get some jet.
  249. Spread some jam on the bread. Spread some jam on the bread. Spread some jam on the bread.
  250. You may peep at them. You may peep at them. You may peep at them.
  251. We should weep if you fell into that deep stream. We should weep if you fell into that deep stream. We should weep if you fell into that deep stream.
  252. Will you sweep my room, please. Will you sweep my room, please. Will you sweep my room, please.
  253. Keep your feet warm. Keep your feet warm. Keep your feet warm.
  254. He will often scream out in a dream. He will often scream out in a dream. He will often scream out in a dream.
  255. Will you clean the seam of my dress? Will you clean the seam of my dress? Will you clean the seam of my dress?
  256. Fill the glass to the brim. Fill the glass to the brim. Fill the glass to the brim.
  257. It is dim in a fog. It is dim in a fog. It is dim in a fog.
  258. Keep up your chin when you swim. Keep up your chin when you swim. Keep up your chin when you swim.
  259. The men dip the sheep in the water before they clip them. The men dip the sheep in the water before they clip them. The men dip the sheep in the water before they clip them.
  260. It is a crime to waste our time. It is a crime to waste our time. It is a crime to waste our time.
  261. Take Tom's rod and line, and mine. Take Tom's rod and line, and mine. Take Tom's rod and line, and mine.
  262. Sam does not like to sing. Sam does not like to sing. Sam does not like to sing.
  263. The man who tends the sheep has a dog to help him. The man who tends the sheep has a dog to help him. The man who tends the sheep has a dog to help him.
  264. All my callers came into the hall. All my callers came into the hall. All my callers came into the hall.
  265. Rice and limes thrive in warm climes. Rice and limes thrive in warm climes. Rice and limes thrive in warm climes.
  266. It is five miles from the city. It is five miles from the city. It is five miles from the city.
  267. There was a pond on a farm. There was a pond on a farm. There was a pond on a farm.
  268. Some frogs lived in the pond. Some frogs lived in the pond. Some frogs lived in the pond.
  269. Some boys were playing one noon. Some boys were playing one noon. Some boys were playing one noon.
  270. They were having a grand time. They were having a grand time. They were having a grand time.
  271. The lads saw the frogs. The lads saw the frogs. The lads saw the frogs.
  272. They threw the frogs into the pond. They threw the frogs into the pond. They threw the frogs into the pond.
  273. Then they got stones. Then they got stones. Then they got stones.
  274. They began to fling the stones. They began to fling the stones. They began to fling the stones.
  275. Some of them may have had slings. Some of them may have had slings. Some of them may have had slings.
  276. The boys tried to hit the frogs. The boys tried to hit the frogs. The boys tried to hit the frogs.
  277. They danced about the pond. They danced about the pond. They danced about the pond.
  278. They ran up and down the sides. They ran up and down the sides. They ran up and down the sides.
  279. They tossed sticks into the pond. They tossed sticks into the pond. They tossed sticks into the pond.
  280. They tossed blocks of wood, too. They tossed blocks of wood, too. They tossed blocks of wood, too.
  281. Some dogs care for sheep. Some dogs care for sheep. Some dogs care for sheep.
  282. Men send dogs for things. Men send dogs for things. Men send dogs for things.
  283. Can you tell time? Can you tell time? Can you tell time?
  284. What time is it? What time is it? What time is it?
  285. It is time to go to school. It is time to go to school. It is time to go to school.
  286. I am sad as a man. I am sad as a man. I am sad as a man.
  287. A man had fat ham. A man had fat ham. A man had fat ham.
  288. I had jam. I had jam. I had jam.
  289. A dim pin. A dim pin. A dim pin.
  290. A mad cat bit him. A mad cat bit him. A mad cat bit him.
  291. I hit him. I hit him. I hit him.
  292. I am in a bin. I am in a bin. I am in a bin.
  293. A box of jam. A box of jam. A box of jam.
  294. Let him jog on. Let him jog on. Let him jog on.
  295. I am not a fop. I am not a fop. I am not a fop.
  296. A mug of gum. A mug of gum. A mug of gum.
  297. Let us hug him. Let us hug him. Let us hug him.
  298. The top did hum. The top did hum. The top did hum.
  299. I rub rum on the cut. I rub rum on the cut. I rub rum on the cut.
  300. I aim at a jay. I aim at a jay. I aim at a jay.
  301. Say, may I aid him? Say, may I aid him? Say, may I aid him?
  302. Let him pay. Let him pay. Let him pay.
  303. You jar my arm. You jar my arm. You jar my arm.
  304. Tray is the name of a dog. Tray is the name of a dog. Tray is the name of a dog.
  305. They slay for fame. They slay for fame. They slay for fame.
  306. The lame man was in pain. The lame man was in pain. The lame man was in pain.
  307. He came late. He came late. He came late.
  308. A tame ape. A tame ape. A tame ape.
  309. I am glad the fact is out. I am glad the fact is out. I am glad the fact is out.
  310. Our lamb did not lack. Our lamb did not lack. Our lamb did not lack.
  311. Do not slap him. Do not slap him. Do not slap him.
  312. A palm fan. A palm fan. A palm fan.
  313. He had balm. He had balm. He had balm.
  314. The day was calm. The day was calm. The day was calm.
  315. The day is warm. The day is warm. The day is warm.
  316. The air is warm. The air is warm. The air is warm.
  317. I see a pair of bare arms. I see a pair of bare arms. I see a pair of bare arms.
  318. You need not seek him. You need not seek him. You need not seek him.
  319. A firm man. A firm man. A firm man.
  320. A bird ate a worm. A bird ate a worm. A bird ate a worm.
  321. A ripe lime is nice. A ripe lime is nice. A ripe lime is nice.
  322. Pay a dime for a pint of it. Pay a dime for a pint of it. Pay a dime for a pint of it.
  323. It is time to dine. It is time to dine. It is time to dine.
  324. Carl Hart is on a farm. Carl Hart is on a farm. Carl Hart is on a farm.
  325. A dart made a mark, or scar, on his arm. A dart made a mark, or scar, on his arm. A dart made a mark, or scar, on his arm.
  326. In the hilly land the morning is chilly. In the hilly land the morning is chilly. In the hilly land the morning is chilly.
  327. The mule, braying, kicks the foolish groom. The mule, braying, kicks the foolish groom. The mule, braying, kicks the foolish groom.
  328. See the foam fly and the boat roll. See the foam fly and the boat roll. See the foam fly and the boat roll.
  329. The storm is coming. The storm is coming. The storm is coming.
  330. The rain will fall. The rain will fall. The rain will fall.
  331. It may hail, too. It may hail, too. It may hail, too.
  332. He had to swim. He had to swim. He had to swim.
  333. The soil is warm. The soil is warm. The soil is warm.
  334. It is time to sow the seed. It is time to sow the seed. It is time to sow the seed.
  335. Able, can. Able, can. Able, can.
  336. I am able to go. I am able to go. I am able to go.
  337. Badly, not well. Badly, not well. Badly, not well.
  338. We got home late because the car was running badly. We got home late because the car was running badly. We got home late because the car was running badly.
  339. Baker, a person whose business it is to bake bread, cake, etc. Baker, a person whose business it is to bake bread, cake, etc. Baker, a person whose business it is to bake bread, cake, etc.
  340. Become, grow to be. Suit. Become, grow to be. Suit. Become, grow to be. Suit.
  341. That dress does not become her. That dress does not become her. That dress does not become her.
  342. Bedroom, a room to sleep in. Bedroom, a room to sleep in. Bedroom, a room to sleep in.
  343. Dates, fruit from a palm tree. Points of time at which something happens. Dates, fruit from a palm tree. Points of time at which something happens. Dates, fruit from a palm tree. Points of time at which something happens.
  344. What are the dates, when the play is to be given? What are the dates, when the play is to be given? What are the dates, when the play is to be given?
  345. What did you dream about last night? What did you dream about last night? What did you dream about last night?
  346. I shouldn't dream of doing that. I shouldn't dream of doing that. I shouldn't dream of doing that.
  347. Stocks, coverings for the feet and legs. Stocks, coverings for the feet and legs. Stocks, coverings for the feet and legs.
  348. Stopped, stayed for a short time. Came to an end. Stopped, stayed for a short time. Came to an end. Stopped, stayed for a short time. Came to an end.
  349. The bell stopped ringing. The bell stopped ringing. The bell stopped ringing.
  350. The bell will tell the time. The bell will tell the time. The bell will tell the time.
  351. It is not my fault, you have no cause to blame me. It is not my fault, you have no cause to blame me. It is not my fault, you have no cause to blame me.
  352. What a slim doll! What a slim doll! What a slim doll!
  353. Put the drawings in a drawer. Put the drawings in a drawer. Put the drawings in a drawer.
  354. There is room for the broom to grow there. There is room for the broom to grow there. There is room for the broom to grow there.
  355. Put on your hood, and take your book home. Put on your hood, and take your book home. Put on your hood, and take your book home.
  356. Vice is doing harm. Vice is doing harm. Vice is doing harm.
  357. Show them to us. Show them to us. Show them to us.
  358. The mice have had some of his nice spice cake. The mice have had some of his nice spice cake. The mice have had some of his nice spice cake.
  359. The baby cannot use a fork or spoon. The baby cannot use a fork or spoon. The baby cannot use a fork or spoon.
  360. If he trim his chin he'll look so prim. If he trim his chin he'll look so prim. If he trim his chin he'll look so prim.
  361. It is dim in a fog. It is dim in a fog. It is dim in a fog.
  362. It would charm you to hear the larks sing. It would charm you to hear the larks sing. It would charm you to hear the larks sing.
  363. You never miss the water till the well runs dry. You never miss the water till the well runs dry. You never miss the water till the well runs dry.
  364. Rats do great harm on a farm; to me eat the corn in the barn. Rats do great harm on a farm; to me eat the corn in the barn. Rats do great harm on a farm; to me eat the corn in the barn.
  365. "Quack, quack!" scream the flock of ducks. "Quack, quack!" scream the flock of ducks. "Quack, quack!" scream the flock of ducks.
  366. I must begin the term well. I must begin the term well. I must begin the term well.
  367. Lamb, a young sheep. Lamb, a young sheep. Lamb, a young sheep.
  368. We will swim to the float. We will swim to the float. We will swim to the float.
  369. Eat cream and cheese. Eat cream and cheese. Eat cream and cheese.
  370. Will you list the things I am to bring? Will you list the things I am to bring? Will you list the things I am to bring?
  371. Rainy, wet with rain. Rainy, wet with rain. Rainy, wet with rain.
  372. Will you keep the score for the game? Will you keep the score for the game? Will you keep the score for the game?
  373. Since he could not come, he wrote the answer. Since he could not come, he wrote the answer. Since he could not come, he wrote the answer.
  374. Twice, two times. Twice, two times. Twice, two times.
  375. This ticket will let you go in to see the game. This ticket will let you go in to see the game. This ticket will let you go in to see the game.
  376. The room is ten feet long and eight feet wide. The room is ten feet long and eight feet wide. The room is ten feet long and eight feet wide.
  377. Sing a psalm. Sing a psalm. Sing a psalm.
  378. I sleep and dream. I sleep and dream. I sleep and dream.
  379. The snail was in a flame, or blaze. The snail was in a flame, or blaze. The snail was in a flame, or blaze.
  380. Leave it in the field by the clear stream. Leave it in the field by the clear stream. Leave it in the field by the clear stream.
  381. A swarm of bees is on a short stalk. A swarm of bees is on a short stalk. A swarm of bees is on a short stalk.
  382. Her laugh will charm your heart. Her laugh will charm your heart. Her laugh will charm your heart.
  383. James is brave. James is brave. James is brave.
  384. I saw him chase a snake near a grape-vine. I saw him chase a snake near a grape-vine. I saw him chase a snake near a grape-vine.
  385. Do not praise nor blame him. Do not praise nor blame him. Do not praise nor blame him.
  386. Show him the door. Show him the door. Show him the door.
  387. A bone comb. A bone comb. A bone comb.
  388. Get a warm robe. Get a warm robe. Get a warm robe.
  389. Put on more coal. Put on more coal. Put on more coal.
  390. But he kept going all the time. But he kept going all the time. But he kept going all the time.
  391. Can he coax you to vote for him? Can he coax you to vote for him? Can he coax you to vote for him?
  392. Did the prim girl skip and play? Did the prim girl skip and play? Did the prim girl skip and play?
  393. A firm grip. A firm grip. A firm grip.
  394. See him in the mire. See him in the mire. See him in the mire.
  395. He ate a crab, a clam, and a shad. He ate a crab, a clam, and a shad. He ate a crab, a clam, and a shad.
  396. His seat was a beam. His seat was a beam. His seat was a beam.
  397. Our party was noisy. Our party was noisy. Our party was noisy.
  398. Kate does many things at home. Kate does many things at home. Kate does many things at home.
  399. Henry likes to live on a farm. Henry likes to live on a farm. Henry likes to live on a farm.
  400. They are long and slim. They are long and slim. They are long and slim.
  401. They are timid. They are timid. They are timid.
  402. Time and tide wait for no man. Time and tide wait for no man. Time and tide wait for no man.
  403. The worst wheel of the cart makes the most noise. The worst wheel of the cart makes the most noise. The worst wheel of the cart makes the most noise.
  404. We would act as if we were going home. We would act as if we were going home. We would act as if we were going home.
  405. What time is it by your clock. What time is it by your clock. What time is it by your clock.
  406. Cows and bulls on a farm. Cows and bulls on a farm. Cows and bulls on a farm.
  407. Became, came to be. Became, came to be. Became, came to be.
  408. Become, come to be. Become, come to be. Become, come to be.
  409. The school band played for the game. The school band played for the game. The school band played for the game.
  410. I have a band around my arm. I have a band around my arm. I have a band around my arm.
  411. Tom played badly and lost. Tom played badly and lost. Tom played badly and lost.
  412. Awoke, became awake. Awoke, became awake. Awoke, became awake.
  413. Awhile, for a short time. Awhile, for a short time. Awhile, for a short time.
  414. I fell and hurt my arm. I fell and hurt my arm. I fell and hurt my arm.
  415. Our team is fighting against your team. Our team is fighting against your team. Our team is fighting against your team.
  416. Form, shape. To make. Form, shape. To make. Form, shape. To make.
  417. He said the poem to himself. He said the poem to himself. He said the poem to himself.
  418. I will pay back the dime you lent me. I will pay back the dime you lent me. I will pay back the dime you lent me.
  419. A ball is round in form. A ball is round in form. A ball is round in form.
  420. The goose can swim. The goose can swim. The goose can swim.
  421. I had a grand time. I had a grand time. I had a grand time.
  422. Free, not held back. Not costing anything. Clear. Free, not held back. Not costing anything. Clear. Free, not held back. Not costing anything. Clear.
  423. The last course of the dinner was ice cream. The last course of the dinner was ice cream. The last course of the dinner was ice cream.
  424. During, within the time of. During, within the time of. During, within the time of.
  425. I like to dream about swimming. I like to dream about swimming. I like to dream about swimming.
  426. Last night I had a dream about school. Last night I had a dream about school. Last night I had a dream about school.
  427. Dam, a wall that holds back the water of a river. Dam, a wall that holds back the water of a river. Dam, a wall that holds back the water of a river.
  428. Ah, here is pa. Ah, here is pa. Ah, here is pa.
  429. But you will not come back. But you will not come back. But you will not come back.
  430. Yes, he is on my hand once more. Yes, he is on my hand once more. Yes, he is on my hand once more.
  431. Do you want some food? Do you want some food? Do you want some food?
  432. Go, then; I cannot hold you on my hand. Go, then; I cannot hold you on my hand. Go, then; I cannot hold you on my hand.
  433. If you let that tool slip, it will cut your thumb. If you let that tool slip, it will cut your thumb. If you let that tool slip, it will cut your thumb.
  434. I always help my mother before I come to school. I always help my mother before I come to school. I always help my mother before I come to school.
  435. Steep, going almost straight up and down. Steep, going almost straight up and down. Steep, going almost straight up and down.
  436. The farmer is at work, too. The farmer is at work, too. The farmer is at work, too.
  437. The primers are for little girls. The primers are for little girls. The primers are for little girls.
  438. Boys sometimes have tame crows. Boys sometimes have tame crows. Boys sometimes have tame crows.
  439. It is his papa's farm. It is his papa's farm. It is his papa's farm.
  440. His papa owns the farm. His papa owns the farm. His papa owns the farm.
  441. The girls' team won. The girls' team won. The girls' team won.
  442. The beavers built a dam across the stream. The beavers built a dam across the stream. The beavers built a dam across the stream.
  443. Chum, a good friend. Chum, a good friend. Chum, a good friend.
  444. My chum and I were playing ball. My chum and I were playing ball. My chum and I were playing ball.
  445. All of the pupils in our school are young. All of the pupils in our school are young. All of the pupils in our school are young.
  446. The boy learned to count by sliding beads on the wires in the frame. The boy learned to count by sliding beads on the wires in the frame. The boy learned to count by sliding beads on the wires in the frame.
  447. He stood apart from the other pupils. He stood apart from the other pupils. He stood apart from the other pupils.
  448. Anywhere, in any place. Anywhere, in any place. Anywhere, in any place.
  449. He did not want anyone to be unhappy. He did not want anyone to be unhappy. He did not want anyone to be unhappy.
  450. We wanted to see who would win the game. We wanted to see who would win the game. We wanted to see who would win the game.
  451. James is the boy whose father spoke to us. James is the boy whose father spoke to us. James is the boy whose father spoke to us.
  452. Father came home from work very tired. Father came home from work very tired. Father came home from work very tired.
  453. I came back in a few minutes though it seemed hours. I came back in a few minutes though it seemed hours. I came back in a few minutes though it seemed hours.
  454. There's, short form for there is. There's, short form for there is. There's, short form for there is.
  455. They make houses for themselves. They make houses for themselves. They make houses for themselves.
  456. Is anyone else coming? Is anyone else coming? Is anyone else coming?
  457. Greet, to speak to in a friendly way. Greet, to speak to in a friendly way. Greet, to speak to in a friendly way.
  458. Else, other. In a different place, time, or way. Else, other. In a different place, time, or way. Else, other. In a different place, time, or way.
  459. Building, making; putting up. Something that has been built to stand for some time. Building, making; putting up. Something that has been built to stand for some time. Building, making; putting up. Something that has been built to stand for some time.
  460. Tame, nod wild; friendly. Tame, nod wild; friendly. Tame, nod wild; friendly.
  461. The bird flies to the nest with worms. The bird flies to the nest with worms. The bird flies to the nest with worms.
  462. John led the class into the room. John led the class into the room. John led the class into the room.
  463. Gun, a weapon; something to shoot with. Gun, a weapon; something to shoot with. Gun, a weapon; something to shoot with.
  464. Tom was sorry because he had broken the rules. Tom was sorry because he had broken the rules. Tom was sorry because he had broken the rules.

13.1.3 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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13.2 Summary

  • Learn to write the m sound