Suit and Shoot


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

Example: suit -- shoot -- 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? I'll 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. Let's save it. / b. Let's shave it.
4. a. Don't take a sip. / b. Don't take a ship.
5. a. She lost her seat. / b. She lost her sheet.

Part 4: Sentences

1. She said she'd 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 isn't a sin to be happy in life.
5. It's a shame to hear what happened.
6. Most sheep are very docile and sweet.