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1. Miss Wallace wore a warm woolen sweater. 2. Warren will swim to the wharf on Wednesday. 3. The warrior carried a worn wolf-skin robe. 4. Woodrow Wilson was our twenty-eighth President. 5. While walking through the wood Ward saw a weasel.

6. The widow and one of her sons waited near the window.

7. Did the woodsman say the wood was worth one dollar?

8. The weary watchman and his wife walked slowly homeward.

9. Will Willard and Mr. Wells go to Washington this week?

10. Woodbine and wistaria covered the wall, bewitching the bees and the wasps.

11. The kind women waiting and watching for the waif, were rewarded at last. 12. “Great, wide, beautiful, wonderful world,

With the wonderful water round you curled,
And the wonderful grass upon your breast,
World, you are beautifully dressed.

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b for p

p for 6

pah bah, pa ba, pee bee, poo boo, poh boh, paw baw, ap ab, ep eb, ip ib, oop oob, up ub, op ob

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1. Ben gave Peter the bag of peanuts. 2. Put the beans and the peas on the back porch. 3. Bob placed the cup and pail beside the tub. 4. Please buy pretty boxes for baby's presents. 5. The beautiful butterfly flew to the purple pansy. 6. Bertha preserved blackberries, peaches, and plums.

7. The rabbit nibbled the parsnips, turnips, and cabbages.

8. The big black bear and the prowling panther lived near a beautiful pool.

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Substitution of One Sound for Another

w for wh

wah whah, wa wha, wee whee, woo whoo,
woh whoh, waw whaw

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1. Which William won the watch?

The wee whistler wailed when he was wheeled away. 3. Walter wheeled the wheelbarrow full of wildflowers.

4. The whalers were wheezing when they reached the wet wharf.

5. Whither does the warbler fly in this wild weather ?

6. Whist! Whist! the whip-poor-will wings his way to the weeping willow.

7. Wanda watched the whirling windmill while the west wind whistled.

8. While the white wings were whirring above, the white waves were washing below.

f is a breathed consonant Equivalents: ph as in phone; gh as in laugh

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1. Fanny fed Flora's goldfish. 2. Frank went to Florida and found fame and fortune. 3. On Friday father and Frederick went fishing. 4. Mr. Ford painted the fourth floor in February.

5. The fine old furniture and the faded frock looked dim in the flickering firelight.

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1. The rough wind forced the skiff to the wharf. 2. The fifer and the fiddler found time to laugh. 3. The snuff-box and the cuffs were on the chiffonier. 4. Philip found the calf at the farther end of the farm. 5. Ralph left the rifle and the fife in the loft. 6. Francis put the scarf on the book shelf. 7. Sophie made muffins and waffles for breakfast.

8. Phyllis found the fan and the handkerchief on the sofa.

9. Rufus put the five fish into the refrigerator.

10. Frieda frightened the thief by telephoning for an officer.

11. Alfred's friend lifted the rough turf and flung it on the faint fire.

12. The fawn jumped the fence and found refuge from her foes in the forest.

13. “Go forth to meet the shadowy future without fear.'

14. “Full fathom five thy father lies.'
15. "Where breathes the foe but falls before us,

With freedom's soil beneath our feet,
And freedom's banner streaming o'er us?

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