Suit and Shoot

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Part 1: Recognition: Number 1 to 6. Iíll say 3 words; which is different (1,2, or 3)?


Example: suit Ė shoot Ė shoot

1. sack sack shack
2. sue shoe sue
3. shame same same
4. shop sop shop
5. ship sip sip
6. gash gash gas


Part 2: Recognition: Which do you hear? Iíll say a word. Is it S or SH sound?


Example: suit

1. shun
2. said
3. sack
4. sham
5. see
6. sort
7. shore
8. shell


Part 3: Which do you hear?

1. a. How much was the sale?
b. How much was the shale?

2. a. We saw that sign.
b. We saw that shine.

3. a. Letís save it.
b. Letís shave it.

4. a. Donít take a sip.
b. Donít take a ship.

5. a. She lost her seat.
b. She lost her sheet.


Part 4: Sentences


1. She said sheíd like to see some famous cities.
2. Be sure to shave before going out on a date.
3. They like to sit in the sun for some time when they can.
4. It isnít a sin to be happy in life.
5. Itís a shame to hear what happened.
6. Most sheep are very docile and sweet.
 



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