Wet and Wit

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Part 1: Recognition: Number 1 to 6. I’ll say 3 words, which one is different (1,2, or 3)
Example: wet – wit – wit

1. sit – set – set
2. let – let – lit
3. kept – kit – kept
4. mit – met – mit
5. net – knit – knit
6. pit – pit – pet

Part 2: Recognition: Which do you hear? I’ll say a word. Is it the i or e sound?
Example: wet

1. lit
2. mit
3. net
4. bit
5. bet
6. knick
7. heck
8. peck

Part 3: Which do you hear?

1. a. He has a big knick.
b. He has a big neck.

2. a. The chickens were pecking.
b. The chickens were picking.

3. a. She made a little bit.
b. She made a little bet.

4. a. She doesn’t like that knit.
b. She doesn’t like that net.

5. a. They found a large pet.
b. They found a large pit.


Part 4: Questions

1. What do you like to get when you sit and watch TV?
2. What kind of animals peck?
3. Have you ever been hit by someone?
4. Who do you know who is really witty?
5. When do you like to get wet?
6. Why do people like kissing their partners’ neck?
7. What kinds of things wouldn’t you let a teenager do?
8. What kinds of pets do you really like?
9. Is there anything special you have kept most of your life?
 


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