# 15 The th and mp consonant clusters

## 15.1-th

To write the -TH consonant cluster as in path and month, use the *T stroke

PA*T

path path path path

MOPB*T

month month month month

The two most common exceptions are north and south, which are written by TPHORT and SOUT, while the capitalized North and South can be written with the $$*$$, TPHO*RT, and SO*UT.

## 15.2-mp

To write the -MP consonant cluster as in camp and stump, use the *PL stoke.

KA*PL

camp camp camp camp

STU*PL

stump stump stump stump

Alternatively, the -FRP stroke can also be used (and is the default stroke for -MP in some theories).

For almost all -m and -mp ending words, the concept is valid (lamb vs lamp, limb vs limp). However, plum gets the $$*$$ stroke (PHR*UPL) while plumb is PHRUPL and plump is either PHRUFRP or PHRUPL -P.

## 15.3 Exercises

### 15.3.1 Write

1. camp camp camp damp damp damp lamp lamp lamp mump mump mump ramp ramp ramp
2. champ champ champ clamp clamp clamp cramp cramp cramp scamp scamp scamp stamp stamp stamp
3. swamp swamp swamp tramp tramp tramp
4. bump bump bump dump dump dump jump jump jump lump lump lump pump pump pump rump rump rump
5. chump chump chump clump clump clump grump grump grump plump plump plump slump slump slump
6. stump stump stump thump thump thump trump trump trump whump whump whump
7. limp limp limp pimp pimp pimp blimp blimp blimp chimp chimp chimp crimp crimp crimp shrimp shrimp shrimp
8. pomp pomp pomp romp romp romp stomp stomp stomp
9. bath bath bath math math math path path path faith faith faith wrath wrath wrath warmth warmth warmth
10. both both both moth moth moth oath oath oath booth booth booth broth broth broth
11. cloth cloth cloth forth forth forth froth froth froth loath loath loath loathe loathe loathe
12. month month month mouth mouth mouth North North North sloth sloth sloth sooth sooth sooth
13. South South South tooth tooth tooth worth worth worth youth youth youth
14. fourth fourth fourth growth growth growth smooth smooth smooth smoothe smoothe smoothe
15. Ruth Ruth Ruth truth truth truth
16. Seth Seth Seth berth berth berth death death death depth depth depth earth earth earth
17. teeth teeth teeth tenth tenth tenth breath breath breath breathe breathe breathe health health health
18. length length length sheath sheath sheath wealth wealth wealth stealth stealth stealth strength strength strength
19. birth birth birth filth filth filth fifth fifth fifth girth girth girth mirth mirth mirth width width width

### 15.3.2 Write with sound

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1. Ben does not run or jump. Ben does not run or jump. Ben does not run or jump.
2. Ruth saw the sun rise. Ruth saw the sun rise. Ruth saw the sun rise.
3. Ruth must go home now. Ruth must go home now. Ruth must go home now.
4. Her dole fell into the mud. Her dole fell into the mud. Her dole fell into the mud.
5. I see a duck, too. I see a duck, too. I see a duck, too.
6. The nest was made of mud and straw. The nest was made of mud and straw. The nest was made of mud and straw.
7. He runs and jumps with a swift, light step. He runs and jumps with a swift, light step. He runs and jumps with a swift, light step.
8. Their teeth are very sharp. Their teeth are very sharp. Their teeth are very sharp.
9. Can the beavers cut down big trees? Can the beavers cut down big trees? Can the beavers cut down big trees?
10. Yes, it is true, that they do this with their teeth. Yes, it is true, that they do this with their teeth. Yes, it is true, that they do this with their teeth.
11. I see a pump and stump. I see a pump and stump. I see a pump and stump.
12. Can you see a stump and a pump? Can you see a stump and a pump? Can you see a stump and a pump?
13. I can see the stump of a tree, and I can see the big pump too. I can see the stump of a tree, and I can see the big pump too. I can see the stump of a tree, and I can see the big pump too.
14. I cannot sing to you. I cannot sing to you. I cannot sing to you.
15. It is a damp, cold storm. It is a damp, cold storm. It is a damp, cold storm.
16. It is hard work to swim in the surf. It is hard work to swim in the surf. It is hard work to swim in the surf.
17. He sat puffing on the mossy bluff. He sat puffing on the mossy bluff. He sat puffing on the mossy bluff.
18. The dull dross is worthless. The dull dross is worthless. The dull dross is worthless.
19. The farmer makes haste to rake the hay. The farmer makes haste to rake the hay. The farmer makes haste to rake the hay.
20. If the work is done, come to the square. If the work is done, come to the square. If the work is done, come to the square.
21. We are tenting tonight on the old camp ground. We are tenting tonight on the old camp ground. We are tenting tonight on the old camp ground.
22. The farmer is pumping water in the farmyard. The farmer is pumping water in the farmyard. The farmer is pumping water in the farmyard.
23. The worthless scamp shall surely be nameless. The worthless scamp shall surely be nameless. The worthless scamp shall surely be nameless.
24. There was a charming morning in early June. There was a charming morning in early June. There was a charming morning in early June.
25. Treat the poor beasts kindly and plead for them. Treat the poor beasts kindly and plead for them. Treat the poor beasts kindly and plead for them.
26. Do you believe that crows can speak words? Do you believe that crows can speak words? Do you believe that crows can speak words?
27. I am afraid you will fail to be repaid. I am afraid you will fail to be repaid. I am afraid you will fail to be repaid.
28. What is the width of this cloth? What is the width of this cloth? What is the width of this cloth?
29. When Paul spoke there was great applause. When Paul spoke there was great applause. When Paul spoke there was great applause.
30. The water in the swamp will never dry up. The water in the swamp will never dry up. The water in the swamp will never dry up.
31. There is a path to the house. There is a path to the house. There is a path to the house.
32. The path is long and dry. The path is long and dry. The path is long and dry.
33. He keeps them shut. He keeps them shut. He keeps them shut.
34. He will draw grain to the city. He will draw grain to the city. He will draw grain to the city.
35. It hangs down from his neck. It hangs down from his neck. It hangs down from his neck.
36. It made the boy forget the dove. It made the boy forget the dove. It made the boy forget the dove.
37. Ruth has a cat. Ruth has a cat. Ruth has a cat.
38. Ruth's cat has three kittens. Ruth's cat has three kittens. Ruth's cat has three kittens.
39. They are lazy kittens. They are lazy kittens. They are lazy kittens.
40. They like to lie on the mat. They like to lie on the mat. They like to lie on the mat.
41. This is her way of singing. This is her way of singing. This is her way of singing.
42. The shells may be sold. The shells may be sold. The shells may be sold.
43. No dog likes tramps. No dog likes tramps. No dog likes tramps.
44. He likes to go with the horses. He likes to go with the horses. He likes to go with the horses.
45. He is a pet. He is a pet. He is a pet.
46. Why do you like a dog? Why do you like a dog? Why do you like a dog?
48. It was the tenth of May. It was the tenth of May. It was the tenth of May.
49. She has a little bath tub. She has a little bath tub. She has a little bath tub.
50. How she dances with glee? How she dances with glee? How she dances with glee?
51. She plays with her bare feet. She plays with her bare feet. She plays with her bare feet.
52. Henry often sees snails in his path. Henry often sees snails in his path. Henry often sees snails in his path.
53. Henry has a tame goat. Henry has a tame goat. Henry has a tame goat.
54. Henry put hay in the cart. Henry put hay in the cart. Henry put hay in the cart.
55. Then he rode on the hay. Then he rode on the hay. Then he rode on the hay.
56. See those drums for big boys! See those drums for big boys! See those drums for big boys!
57. Some of the lamps are glass. Some of the lamps are glass. Some of the lamps are glass.
58. Do look at those tin cups! Do look at those tin cups! Do look at those tin cups!
59. Each cup holds one pint. Each cup holds one pint. Each cup holds one pint.
60. Are you going to the train? Are you going to the train? Are you going to the train?
61. Will you wait for me? Will you wait for me? Will you wait for me?
62. I laid my hat on a chair. I laid my hat on a chair. I laid my hat on a chair.
63. The air is damp. The air is damp. The air is damp.
64. I think it will rain. I think it will rain. I think it will rain.
65. The flour is in the bag. The flour is in the bag. The flour is in the bag.
66. Do not put pins in your mouth. Do not put pins in your mouth. Do not put pins in your mouth.
68. It is a shame to keep out the sun. It is a shame to keep out the sun. It is a shame to keep out the sun.
69. The man looks pale. The man looks pale. The man looks pale.
70. I am out of breath from walking fast. I am out of breath from walking fast. I am out of breath from walking fast.
71. A man was riding on a load of hay along a quiet road. A man was riding on a load of hay along a quiet road. A man was riding on a load of hay along a quiet road.
72. He found a poor girl who had lost her way. He found a poor girl who had lost her way. He found a poor girl who had lost her way.
73. She was thirsty and so sick that she could not stir. She was thirsty and so sick that she could not stir. She was thirsty and so sick that she could not stir.
74. A bird was hopping in the lane. A bird was hopping in the lane. A bird was hopping in the lane.
75. A goat was feeding on the grass. A goat was feeding on the grass. A goat was feeding on the grass.
76. A boat was floating down the stream. A boat was floating down the stream. A boat was floating down the stream.
77. Is the cloth in your skirt rough or smooth? Is the cloth in your skirt rough or smooth? Is the cloth in your skirt rough or smooth?
78. The house across the street is burning. The house across the street is burning. The house across the street is burning.
79. The persons in it do not know which way to turn. The persons in it do not know which way to turn. The persons in it do not know which way to turn.
80. A brook flows near their home. A brook flows near their home. A brook flows near their home.
81. There was a dreadful flood last spring. There was a dreadful flood last spring. There was a dreadful flood last spring.
82. Come and skip and jump. Come and skip and jump. Come and skip and jump.
83. You may have a race in the lane. You may have a race in the lane. You may have a race in the lane.
84. A day in June. A day in June. A day in June.
85. A blue sky. A blue sky. A blue sky.
86. He laid the date on a plate. He laid the date on a plate. He laid the date on a plate.
87. He lay on the damp floor. He lay on the damp floor. He lay on the damp floor.
88. They broke a pane of glass. They broke a pane of glass. They broke a pane of glass.
89. She cries from pain. She cries from pain. She cries from pain.
90. Ruth is too poor to buy food. Ruth is too poor to buy food. Ruth is too poor to buy food.
91. A loose tooth. A loose tooth. A loose tooth.
92. What is the purse worth? What is the purse worth? What is the purse worth?
93. The day of his birth. The day of his birth. The day of his birth.
94. Sleep in the berth. Sleep in the berth. Sleep in the berth.
95. Did you pluck this quill from the gray goose? Did you pluck this quill from the gray goose? Did you pluck this quill from the gray goose?
96. Who taught the bird her sweet song! Who taught the bird her sweet song! Who taught the bird her sweet song!
97. Have you heard the news? Have you heard the news? Have you heard the news?
98. Clap hands, and stamp feet, this cold day. Clap hands, and stamp feet, this cold day. Clap hands, and stamp feet, this cold day.
99. He gave the cat a slap with a strap. He gave the cat a slap with a strap. He gave the cat a slap with a strap.
100. Damp shoes bring on cramp. Damp shoes bring on cramp. Damp shoes bring on cramp.
101. Bring a lamp. Bring a lamp. Bring a lamp.
102. See the bat flap his wings, and snap his teeth. See the bat flap his wings, and snap his teeth. See the bat flap his wings, and snap his teeth.
103. Bob sat on my hat, and made it as flat as his bat. Bob sat on my hat, and made it as flat as his bat. Bob sat on my hat, and made it as flat as his bat.
104. The bat flies at night. The bat flies at night. The bat flies at night.
105. See the snail's track on the path. See the snail's track on the path. See the snail's track on the path.
106. See how he crams the cake into his mouth as he stands there. See how he crams the cake into his mouth as he stands there. See how he crams the cake into his mouth as he stands there.
107. How he lags along with those bags of rags in his hands! How he lags along with those bags of rags in his hands! How he lags along with those bags of rags in his hands!
108. The spray of the sea beat over a ship that lay in the bay. The spray of the sea beat over a ship that lay in the bay. The spray of the sea beat over a ship that lay in the bay.
109. Stay, put the clay on this tray. Stay, put the clay on this tray. Stay, put the clay on this tray.
110. They will break the glass. They will break the glass. They will break the glass.
111. Do you wear a great coat? Do you wear a great coat? Do you wear a great coat?
112. A bear can tear a horse to pieces. A bear can tear a horse to pieces. A bear can tear a horse to pieces.
113. See the hawk dart down into the yard. See the hawk dart down into the yard. See the hawk dart down into the yard.
114. My heart beats so hard when I am in the bath. My heart beats so hard when I am in the bath. My heart beats so hard when I am in the bath.
115. The card lay on the path. The card lay on the path. The card lay on the path.
116. Death, the end of life. Death, the end of life. Death, the end of life.
117. He dug into the soft earth. He dug into the soft earth. He dug into the soft earth.
118. My coat is made of brown cloth. My coat is made of brown cloth. My coat is made of brown cloth.
119. Earth, the world. The ground. Earth, the world. The ground. Earth, the world. The ground.
120. The children like to climb the hill. The children like to climb the hill. The children like to climb the hill.
121. The clouds float above the earth. The clouds float above the earth. The clouds float above the earth.
122. Climb, go up. Climb, go up. Climb, go up.
123. The blacksmith is a strong man. The blacksmith is a strong man. The blacksmith is a strong man.
124. Blacksmith, a man who makes iron shoes for horses. Blacksmith, a man who makes iron shoes for horses. Blacksmith, a man who makes iron shoes for horses.
125. He will beat the drums. He will beat the drums. He will beat the drums.
126. My daddy wears his bathrobe after his bath. My daddy wears his bathrobe after his bath. My daddy wears his bathrobe after his bath.
127. Every night I take a warm bath. Every night I take a warm bath. Every night I take a warm bath.
128. It did not hurt anybody. It did not hurt anybody. It did not hurt anybody.
129. The man was riding ahead of us. The man was riding ahead of us. The man was riding ahead of us.
130. Anybody, any one person. Anybody, any one person. Anybody, any one person.
132. Run hard if you want warmth. Run hard if you want warmth. Run hard if you want warmth.
133. There is a warp in the wood. There is a warp in the wood. There is a warp in the wood.
134. The hem of the robe had a gem on it. The hem of the robe had a gem on it. The hem of the robe had a gem on it.
135. Let your bow be of your own length, and of such strength that you can just bend it. Let your bow be of your own length, and of such strength that you can just bend it. Let your bow be of your own length, and of such strength that you can just bend it.
136. There is less harm done than you think. There is less harm done than you think. There is less harm done than you think.
138. He was out of breath, and in a great sweat. He was out of breath, and in a great sweat. He was out of breath, and in a great sweat.
139. He had come out by stealth. He had come out by stealth. He had come out by stealth.
140. The threat scares him. The threat scares him. The threat scares him.
141. Neither health nor wealth can keep away death. Neither health nor wealth can keep away death. Neither health nor wealth can keep away death.
142. Yes, but he hurt his heel, and they saw him reel and fall on his knee. Yes, but he hurt his heel, and they saw him reel and fall on his knee. Yes, but he hurt his heel, and they saw him reel and fall on his knee.
143. The keel of the boat hurt the eel. The keel of the boat hurt the eel. The keel of the boat hurt the eel.
145. I have made my hand bleed with the leaf of the reed. I have made my hand bleed with the leaf of the reed. I have made my hand bleed with the leaf of the reed.
146. Rest will heal a sprain. Rest will heal a sprain. Rest will heal a sprain.
147. The seal is not a fish though it lives in the sea. The seal is not a fish though it lives in the sea. The seal is not a fish though it lives in the sea.
148. A cat has a sheath for each of its claws. A cat has a sheath for each of its claws. A cat has a sheath for each of its claws.
149. Why does he limp so? Why does he limp so? Why does he limp so?
150. The shrimp lives in the sand. The shrimp lives in the sand. The shrimp lives in the sand.
151. How brisk they look as they frisk about! How brisk they look as they frisk about! How brisk they look as they frisk about!
152. When you pick up those sticks mind not to prick your fingers. When you pick up those sticks mind not to prick your fingers. When you pick up those sticks mind not to prick your fingers.
153. Put a wick in the lamp. Put a wick in the lamp. Put a wick in the lamp.
154. That poor child has been blind from his birth, and will be to his death. That poor child has been blind from his birth, and will be to his death. That poor child has been blind from his birth, and will be to his death.
155. I let the jug drop from the top of the stairs. I let the jug drop from the top of the stairs. I let the jug drop from the top of the stairs.
156. You must not hop and romp here. You must not hop and romp here. You must not hop and romp here.
157. The swan has made her nest in the swamp. The swan has made her nest in the swamp. The swan has made her nest in the swamp.
158. We loathe him who takes a false oath. We loathe him who takes a false oath. We loathe him who takes a false oath.
159. Why does froth look white? Why does froth look white? Why does froth look white?
160. It was a short old man who had the broth of cook. It was a short old man who had the broth of cook. It was a short old man who had the broth of cook.
161. That sort of moth made holes in the cloth that cost so much. That sort of moth made holes in the cloth that cost so much. That sort of moth made holes in the cloth that cost so much.
162. Do not thump me, you will make a bump. Do not thump me, you will make a bump. Do not thump me, you will make a bump.
163. Get up, then. Get up, then. Get up, then.
164. We had a jump near the clump of trees. We had a jump near the clump of trees. We had a jump near the clump of trees.
165. The pup is plump. The pup is plump. The pup is plump.
166. Pump some water. Pump some water. Pump some water.
167. A dump is a lump of lead. A dump is a lump of lead. A dump is a lump of lead.
168. The falling mists moisten the drooping flowers. The falling mists moisten the drooping flowers. The falling mists moisten the drooping flowers.
169. We will carry the hatchet to be ground, for Tom jagged the edge by hacking at a nail. We will carry the hatchet to be ground, for Tom jagged the edge by hacking at a nail. We will carry the hatchet to be ground, for Tom jagged the edge by hacking at a nail.
170. The people of Holland speak the Dutch language. The people of Holland speak the Dutch language. The people of Holland speak the Dutch language.
171. Our tabby cat jumped on the dog's back. Our tabby cat jumped on the dog's back. Our tabby cat jumped on the dog's back.
172. It will be very lean if you do. It will be very lean if you do. It will be very lean if you do.
174. I mean to wean the lamb. I mean to wean the lamb. I mean to wean the lamb.
175. A vat is made to hold beer. A vat is made to hold beer. A vat is made to hold beer.
177. It is as heavy as lead. It is as heavy as lead. It is as heavy as lead.
178. Plows made of steel now replace the old wooden ones. Plows made of steel now replace the old wooden ones. Plows made of steel now replace the old wooden ones.
179. We burn a ton of coal in a month; we have none now. We burn a ton of coal in a month; we have none now. We burn a ton of coal in a month; we have none now.
180. Smooth the poor boy's bed and soothe him; his tooth aches. Smooth the poor boy's bed and soothe him; his tooth aches. Smooth the poor boy's bed and soothe him; his tooth aches.
181. There is a new booth in the play field. There is a new booth in the play field. There is a new booth in the play field.
182. In truth he is a rude brute, that no one can rule. In truth he is a rude brute, that no one can rule. In truth he is a rude brute, that no one can rule.
183. That girl was full of mirth, for it was her birthday. That girl was full of mirth, for it was her birthday. That girl was full of mirth, for it was her birthday.
184. Even a worm is of some worth in the world. Even a worm is of some worth in the world. Even a worm is of some worth in the world.
187. Let not the sun go down upon your wrath. Let not the sun go down upon your wrath. Let not the sun go down upon your wrath.
188. The scamp sprang into the track. The scamp sprang into the track. The scamp sprang into the track.
189. He is six months old. He is six months old. He is six months old.
190. The fang of a bad tooth will give a sharp pang. The fang of a bad tooth will give a sharp pang. The fang of a bad tooth will give a sharp pang.
191. Our teeth are fixed in the jaw. Our teeth are fixed in the jaw. Our teeth are fixed in the jaw.
193. Did a bath harm him? Did a bath harm him? Did a bath harm him?
194. You limp and slip. You limp and slip. You limp and slip.
195. Is pith hard? Is pith hard? Is pith hard?
196. I hope to hear no oath. I hope to hear no oath. I hope to hear no oath.
197. See the moth fly. See the moth fly. See the moth fly.
198. You are too fond of pomp. You are too fond of pomp. You are too fond of pomp.
200. The boats cramp my feet. The boats cramp my feet. The boats cramp my feet.
201. Stamp on the plank. Stamp on the plank. Stamp on the plank.
202. What is the length, breadth and depth of the chest? What is the length, breadth and depth of the chest? What is the length, breadth and depth of the chest?
203. The news of his death spread. The news of his death spread. The news of his death spread.
204. Then you must plant some seeds in a pot of earth. Then you must plant some seeds in a pot of earth. Then you must plant some seeds in a pot of earth.
205. The fruit is that part of the plant which holds the seeds. The fruit is that part of the plant which holds the seeds. The fruit is that part of the plant which holds the seeds.
206. The ugly burr that sticks to our clothes is the fruit of a plant. The ugly burr that sticks to our clothes is the fruit of a plant. The ugly burr that sticks to our clothes is the fruit of a plant.
207. The fox and the wolf are about as large as dogs. The fox and the wolf are about as large as dogs. The fox and the wolf are about as large as dogs.
208. Their teeth are very sharp, as they are made to tear their food. Their teeth are very sharp, as they are made to tear their food. Their teeth are very sharp, as they are made to tear their food.
209. When I pull the string, the kitten follows it from place to place. When I pull the string, the kitten follows it from place to place. When I pull the string, the kitten follows it from place to place.
210. She likes to jump up in the air for it, too. She likes to jump up in the air for it, too. She likes to jump up in the air for it, too.
211. The small hot spring south of us spouts hourly. The small hot spring south of us spouts hourly. The small hot spring south of us spouts hourly.
212. Look out for the south reef! Look out for the south reef! Look out for the south reef!
213. A soft answer turneth away wrath. A soft answer turneth away wrath. A soft answer turneth away wrath.
214. Ruth is Mary's sister. Ruth is Mary's sister. Ruth is Mary's sister.
215. The ground is damp. The ground is damp. The ground is damp.
216. We live on the earth. We live on the earth. We live on the earth.
217. We know the earth is round. We know the earth is round. We know the earth is round.
218. They said a man could sail west. They said a man could sail west. They said a man could sail west.
219. He would come back around the world. He would come back around the world. He would come back around the world.
220. The sea became smooth. The sea became smooth. The sea became smooth.
221. June is the month of roses. June is the month of roses. June is the month of roses.
222. The plants grow rapidly. The plants grow rapidly. The plants grow rapidly.
223. Drown, to sink and die in water. Drown, to sink and die in water. Drown, to sink and die in water.
224. During, in the time of. While something lasts or goes to on. During, in the time of. While something lasts or goes to on. During, in the time of. While something lasts or goes to on.
225. Dusty, covered with dust. Dusty, covered with dust. Dusty, covered with dust.
226. Earn, to get by working; as, to earn money. Earn, to get by working; as, to earn money. Earn, to get by working; as, to earn money.
227. Earth, ground; dirt. The world on which we live. Earth, ground; dirt. The world on which we live. Earth, ground; dirt. The world on which we live.
228. Dig, to turn up the earth. Dig, to turn up the earth. Dig, to turn up the earth.
229. This book is called The Story of Earth and Sky. This book is called The Story of Earth and Sky. This book is called The Story of Earth and Sky.
230. Kill, to put to death. To waste; as, to kill time. Kill, to put to death. To waste; as, to kill time. Kill, to put to death. To waste; as, to kill time.
231. Lamps, dishes or vessels in which oil is burned to give light. Lamps, dishes or vessels in which oil is burned to give light. Lamps, dishes or vessels in which oil is burned to give light.
232. Map, a plan of some part of the earth. Map, a plan of some part of the earth. Map, a plan of some part of the earth.
233. Smooth, not rough. Smooth, not rough. Smooth, not rough.
234. Are you speaking the truth? Are you speaking the truth? Are you speaking the truth?
235. Started, set out; began. To cause to move. To jump. Started, set out; began. To cause to move. To jump. Started, set out; began. To cause to move. To jump.
236. She felt of the cloth. She felt of the cloth. She felt of the cloth.
237. The man will pump air into the tires. The man will pump air into the tires. The man will pump air into the tires.
238. I jump thus. I jump thus. I jump thus.
239. You force us to prove the truth. You force us to prove the truth. You force us to prove the truth.
240. With his mouth to the ground, hear his growl and the sound of his voice. With his mouth to the ground, hear his growl and the sound of his voice. With his mouth to the ground, hear his growl and the sound of his voice.
241. Point at the cloud in the south. Point at the cloud in the south. Point at the cloud in the south.
242. The brook may dry up in a month. The brook may dry up in a month. The brook may dry up in a month.
244. Talk of warmth. Talk of warmth. Talk of warmth.
245. I had a rusk and a plum. I had a rusk and a plum. I had a rusk and a plum.
246. Guard our health. Guard our health. Guard our health.
248. He will not hit the gate. He will not hit the gate. He will not hit the gate.
249. They are small and plump. They are small and plump. They are small and plump.
250. There are many lamps. There are many lamps. There are many lamps.
251. Kate can make a good stew. Kate can make a good stew. Kate can make a good stew.
252. Henry likes to get the plums. Henry likes to get the plums. Henry likes to get the plums.
253. He sold a peck of plums. He sold a peck of plums. He sold a peck of plums.
254. The little frogs played on logs. The little frogs played on logs. The little frogs played on logs.
255. But the crow held the cheese. But the crow held the cheese. But the crow held the cheese.
256. They liked to lie in the sun. They liked to lie in the sun. They liked to lie in the sun.
257. They would try that for a race. They would try that for a race. They would try that for a race.
258. Dikes, walls of earth to keep out water. Dikes, walls of earth to keep out water. Dikes, walls of earth to keep out water.
259. It was rather damp. It was rather damp. It was rather damp.
260. We sleep in loose clothes. We sleep in loose clothes. We sleep in loose clothes.
261. Pumping, forcing water or air out of or into. Pumping, forcing water or air out of or into. Pumping, forcing water or air out of or into.
262. We were pumping air into tires. We were pumping air into tires. We were pumping air into tires.
263. Collecting stamps is a good hobby. Collecting stamps is a good hobby. Collecting stamps is a good hobby.
264. Make the space even on both sides. Make the space even on both sides. Make the space even on both sides.
265. The rope swung back and forth. The rope swung back and forth. The rope swung back and forth.
266. The wind comes from the north. The wind comes from the north. The wind comes from the north.
267. The wind is north. The wind is north. The wind is north.
268. A north wind is cold. A north wind is cold. A north wind is cold.
269. A south wind is warm. A south wind is warm. A south wind is warm.
270. East, west are being north, and south. East, west are being north, and south. East, west are being north, and south.
271. Walk in this dry path. Walk in this dry path. Walk in this dry path.
272. Poor Ruth! Poor Ruth! Poor Ruth!
273. Get up, Ruth. Get up, Ruth. Get up, Ruth.
274. Roots, parts of plants or trees that grow down into the ground. Parts of teeth that are hidden in the gums. Roots, parts of plants or trees that grow down into the ground. Parts of teeth that are hidden in the gums. Roots, parts of plants or trees that grow down into the ground. Parts of teeth that are hidden in the gums.
275. The machine is running smoothly. The machine is running smoothly. The machine is running smoothly.
276. Slide, to move smoothly. A place where one may slide. Slide, to move smoothly. A place where one may slide. Slide, to move smoothly. A place where one may slide.
277. A bird came hopping along the path. A bird came hopping along the path. A bird came hopping along the path.
278. They said the earth was flat. They said the earth was flat. They said the earth was flat.
279. Please bring me the orange which is on the table. Please bring me the orange which is on the table. Please bring me the orange which is on the table.
280. But it was death to the frogs. But it was death to the frogs. But it was death to the frogs.
281. I bought it for my dinner and paid two cents for it. I bought it for my dinner and paid two cents for it. I bought it for my dinner and paid two cents for it.
282. Digging, turning over earth or making a hole in it. Digging, turning over earth or making a hole in it. Digging, turning over earth or making a hole in it.
283. Band, a strip of cloth. A group of music players. Band, a strip of cloth. A group of music players. Band, a strip of cloth. A group of music players.
284. He hit the floor with a bump. He hit the floor with a bump. He hit the floor with a bump.
285. You might bump into him. You might bump into him. You might bump into him.
286. The car hit a big bump. The car hit a big bump. The car hit a big bump.
287. Chew, grind with the teeth. Chew, grind with the teeth. Chew, grind with the teeth.
288. World, earth. A great deal. World, earth. A great deal. World, earth. A great deal.
289. Bog, wet swampy ground. Swamp. Bog, wet swampy ground. Swamp. Bog, wet swampy ground. Swamp.
290. Bill, a paper saying what a person owes for service received or things bought. Paper money. A bird's mouth. Bill, a paper saying what a person owes for service received or things bought. Paper money. A bird's mouth. Bill, a paper saying what a person owes for service received or things bought. Paper money. A bird's mouth.
291. His legs were wide apart. His legs were wide apart. His legs were wide apart.
292. At camp we slept in tents. At camp we slept in tents. At camp we slept in tents.
293. Tusks, long pointed teeth that come outside of the mouth. Tusks, long pointed teeth that come outside of the mouth. Tusks, long pointed teeth that come outside of the mouth.
294. Nap, a short sleep. The soft threads on the surface of some kinds of cloth. Nap, a short sleep. The soft threads on the surface of some kinds of cloth. Nap, a short sleep. The soft threads on the surface of some kinds of cloth.
296. Her mother has made her two new dresses. Her mother has made her two new dresses. Her mother has made her two new dresses.
298. Damp, somewhat wet. Damp, somewhat wet. Damp, somewhat wet.
299. Plums did not agree with her. Plums did not agree with her. Plums did not agree with her.
300. Will you agree to come? Will you agree to come? Will you agree to come?
301. Clothing, clothes. Putting clothes on or supplying clothes for. Clothing, clothes. Putting clothes on or supplying clothes for. Clothing, clothes. Putting clothes on or supplying clothes for.

### 15.3.3 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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## 15.4 Summary

• Learn to write the -th consonant cluster
• Learn to write the -mp consonant cluster